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Brooks, James, a Representative from New York Butler, Major General B. F., alleged breach of || Chaney, Margaret, bill for the relief of.......1162
-Continued.

privilege by-Continued.

Chanler, John W., a Representative from New
remarks on the legislative, executive, and judi- remarks on the, by-

York.................24, 27, 43, 65, 81, 98, 100,
cial expenses of the Government, bill (H. Mr. Gooch.....

......377, 401 101, 102, 146, 147, 183, 262, 213, 507,565,
R. No. 649).....

.302, 303, 304 Mr. Ingersoll...............376, 377, 400, 401 619, 628, 645, 647, 693,738, 778, 798, 911,
341, 343, 344, 1148, 1149, 1153, 1266, 1267 Mr. Johnson, of Pennsylvania......376, 397 929, 974, 976, 977, 978, 1025, 1029, 1030,
remarks on ways and means, bill (H. R. No. Mr. Loan

...377

1031, 1033, 1034, 1035, 1036, 1081, 1112,
677)......

350, 356
Mr. Schenck....

..377, 401

1113, 1156, 1159, 1160, 1257, 1258, 1262
remarks on breach of privilege...... .....375,

Mr. Stevens...

376, resolutions by...............24, 27, 628, 778, 929
376, 377, 397, 398, 399, 401

377, 393, 397, 399, 400, 401 remarks on a resolution of inquiry in relation
remarks on a ship-canal around Niagara falls, Mr. Washburne, of Illinois.......

....401

to an early exchange of prisoners.........100,
546 resolution thanking the President for relieving,

101, 102
remarks on the naval appropriation bill....601 from service........

....501 remarks on motion to reconsider the proposed
remarks on the fortification bill...644, 645, 646 yeas and nays on the.......

...501 amendment to the Constitution......146, 147
remarks on Army appropriation bill...646, 648

C.

remarks on the naval appropriation bill....507
remarks on Major D. H. Hastings....683, 684

remarks on the bill to establish a Bureau of
remarks on conference with rebels..........730, || California-see Public Lands; Railroads.

Freedmen's Affairs.................... 565, 693
731, 732, 733 | Call of the House, remarks on. .700, 701,

remarks on the naval appropriation bill, 507, 619
remarks on the internal revenue bill...782, 799,

702, 703 704, 705, 706, 707, 708, remarks on the fortification bill....... ...... 645
833, 840, 841, 842, 843, 879, 904, 906, 1406

709, 710, 711, 728, 729, 735, 736, remarks on the Army appropriation bill....647
remarks on refugees from Texas............. 1032
737, 738, 739, 740, 741, 755, 756 remarks on the internal revenue bill..........

.798
remarks on the Indian appropriation will...1038, || Campbell, John W., late lieutenant and quarter- remarks on Missouri State militia......... .911

1039

master of the 7th Kentucky cavalry, bill for remarks on enrolling and calling out the na-
remarks on the loan bill............... 1200, 1201 the benefit of.......

...... 617|tional forces.......

......- 974,
remarks on duties on imports.........1206, 1254 | Canal, bill (H. R. No. 126) for the construction

976, 977, 978, 1034, 1035,
remarks on the bill relating to postal laws, 1257 of a ship, around the falls of Niagara....401,

1036, 1081, 1156, 1159, 1160
remarks on resolution to amend the rules, 1317

414, 537

remarks on the mackerel fisheries..... ...1029
remarks on the miscellaneous appropriation
remarks on the, by-

remarks on custom-house officers... 1030, 0311
bill.....

......1330 Mr. Allen, J. C...... .541, 542, 543 remarks on the collection of daties.......... 1033
Broomall, John M., a Representative from Penn-

Mr. Arnold.... -539, 540, 541, 544 remarks on the renewal of a patent to Delia
sylvania.......4, 8, 29, 30, 31, 40, 67, 117, 119, Mr. Blow .........

.544 Jacobs .....

...1112, 1113
220, 221, 340, 351, 352, 369, 370, 654, 665,

Mr. Brooks.....

.546

remarks on the miscellaneous appropriation
701, 707, 710, 711, 786, 737, 738, 739, 740, Mr. Cox.....

.544 bill .......

... 1262
741, 755, 760, 764, 836, 837, 843, 879, 881, Mr. Dawes....

:544, 545 | Chapin, Captain Gardin, bill (S. No. 107) for the
974, 1199, 1202, 1204, 1205, 1331, 1416 Mr. Eldridge...

..546 relief of....

....461
resolutions by....

....4, 8, 340
Mr. Farnsworth.....

546 || Charleston, evacuation of, announced ............937
remarks on the resolution creating a committee Mr. Grinnell.....

.546 announcement of surrender of..................968
of inquiry in relation to the Philadelphia Mr. Holman.....

.546 Chincha Islands, joint resolution relative to the
navy-yard.....

.8
Mr. Ingersoll.....

.544, 545 seizure of the, by the Spanish authorities. 393
remarks on the bill to establish a navy-yard at Mr. Jenckes........

1545 | Chorpenning, George H.- see Woodward.
New London, Connecticut..........29, 30, 31 Mr. Johnson, of Pennsylvania ..........544 Christian Commission, resolution granting the
remarks on the gold bill....................117, 119 Mr. Littlejohn....... ....538, 545, 546 use of the Hall to the..........

... 69
remarks on a motion to reconsider the amend-

(See Appendix.)

yeas and nays on the.......... .........275
meni to the Constitution..............220, 221 Mr. Moorhead.......

.544 Civil expenses, bill (H. R. No. 657) to amend the
remarks on ways and means, bill (H. R. No. Mr. Pruyn........... ...............545, 546 third section of an act making appropriations
677)..........

.351, 352 Mr. Randall, of Pennsylvania...........544, for sundry, of the Government for the year
remarks on the internal revenue bill.......760,

545, 546 ending June 30, 1865... ........213, 1420
764, 836, 837, 843, 879, 881 Mr. Spalding.....................537, 538, 539 | remarks on the, by-
remarks on the bill for enrolling and calling

Mr. Sievens....

...544

Mr. Brown, of Wisconsin................214
out the national forces......

....974
Mr. Strouse...
.545 1979 Mr. Ganson .......

.............214
remarks on the loan bill, 1199, 1202, 1204, 1205 Mr. Washburne, of Illinois..... .546

Mr. Holman

.214
remarks on the miscellaneous appropriation Mr. Wood, Fernando.........543, 544, 546 Mr. Johnson, of Pennsylvania...........214
bill ........
1331 yeas and nays on the......... .........546 Mr. Spalding..........

.............214
Browning, Samuel, of Memphis, Tennessee, bill bill (H. R. No. 745) granting land to the State Mr. Wilson .....

.............213, 214
(H. R. No. 715) for the relief of.....461, 465 of Michigan to aid in building a harbor and bill (H.R. No. 786) making appropriations for
Brown, James S., a Representative from Wiscon- ship, at Portage Lake, Kewenaw Point, Lake sundry, of the Government for the year end-

..2, 27, 65, 66, 214, 267, 297, 352, Superior ...... ...... 618, 838, 1262, 1401 ing June 30, 1866, and for other purposes,
353, 465, 478, 501, 528, 531, 539, 562, 567, bill (S. No. 241) granting to the State of Wis-

1073, 1258, 1270, 1317, 1420
568, 569, 702, 704, 706, 710, 757, 760, 782, consin a donation of public lands to aid in || Claim, joint resolution relative to the, of Cole
795, 796, 797, 802, 803, 832, 835, 836, 873, the construction of a ship, at the head of county, Missouri........

..............500
878, 882, 883, 1403, 1404; 1410, 1412, 1414 Sturgeon bay-see Public Lands.

Claims, bili concerning the, of loyal citizens of
resolutions by......

..........297, 501 joint resolution (S. No. 118) to authorize sur- loyal States, and for other purposes.......562
remarks on amending the civil appropriation veys to be made with a view to the construc- Claims, the Committee of............

.79
bill .....

...214 tion of a ship, around the falls of Niagara, to reports from...... 461, 562, 754, 928, 1162, 1397
remarks on a motion to reconsider the amend- deepen and enlarge the Illinois and Michigan, adverse reports from...... .......... 461, 754

meng to the Constitution....267, 478, 528, 531 to improve the navigation of the Illinois river, Clark, Ambrose W., a Representative from New
remarks on ways and means, bill (H. R. No. to improve the Upper rapids and also the York.......

.............2, 26,
677)......

...352, 353 Des Moines rapids of the Mississippi river, 33, 116, 257, 277, 340, 347, 391, 449, 562,
remarks on Illinois ship-canal....567, 568, 569 to improve the navigation of the Fox and 653, 665, 666, 741, 754, 783,870, 871, 992,
remarks on the internal revenue bill. ..757, Wisconsin rivers, and for other purposes, 1026, 1113, 1114, 1123, 1396, 1397, 1415
760, 782, 802, 803, 835, 836, 878, 882, 883

1111, 1337, 1407 resolutions by

.26,
remarks on land grants to Michigan... 796, 797 bill (H. R. No. 322) for the construction of

33, 257, 277, 340, 391, 562,
Brown, William G., a Representative from West the Illinois ship..... .......547, 566, 567

653,870, 1113, 1114, 1396, 1415
Virginia....316, 436, 461, 727, 738, 838, 928 remarks on the, by-

remarks on the legislative, executive, and judi-
remarks on assistant inspectors of steamboats, Mr. Allen, W. J....

.568 cial expenses of the Government..........347
436 Mr. Allison........

..569 remarks on printing the Dictionary of Con-
Bruce, John P., resolution to pay to, contestant Mr. Arnold...

..567, 569,570 gress .......

391
for a seat in the Thirty-Eighth Congress from Mr. Brown, of Wisconsin...567, 568, 569 remarks on printing extra copies of the Agri-
the seventh congressional district of Missouri, Mr. Cox.....

...569 cultural Report of 1863...

.... 666
the salary of a member of Congress, without Mr. Eldridge...

...570 remarks on resolution to print the digest of
mileage, from the 4th of March, 1863, to the Mr. Holman..

.570 election laws.......

....754
7th of December, 1863......
....1414 Mr. Ingersoll........

.568, 569 remarks on the internal revenue bill .........783
Burnes, Amzi L., bill (H. R. No. 529) for the re- Mr. Washburne, of Illinois. ..567 | Clarke, Freeman, a Representative from New
lief of.......
....466 yeas and nays on the.......

......570
York .........

.......523, 738, 1337
Butler, Major General B. F., alleged breach of Capitol, illumination of the......

..992 resolution by......

........523
privilege by.
.375, 393 Carson City-see Mint.

Clay, Brutus J., a Representative from Ken-
remarks on the, by-
Carter, J. Ć., joint resolution relative to, a cap- tucky.........

...... 181,
Mr. Ancona..

.....377 tain in the United States Navy............... 79 176 182, 183, 337, 537, 667, 738, 759, 804
Mr. Baldwin, of Massachusetts.........401 Census, resolution relating to the report of...727 resolution by

......537
Mr. Boutwell, 376, 393, 394, 395, 396, 397 || Chaney, Christian, bill for the relief of.........871 remarks on a motion to reconsider the amend-
Mr. Brooks....
remarks on the, by

ment to the Constitution......... 181, 182, 183
376, 377, 397, 398, 399, 401 Mr. Hale.......... ..............871, 872 remarks on printing extra copies of the Agri-
Mr. Cox......
.......393, 401 Mr. Thomas........

.............871 cultural Report of 1863........ ............667
Mr. Eldridge...

... 401 21 Mr. Washburne, of Illinois........871, 872 remarks on the internal revenue bill...759, 804

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Clerical force, joint resolution providing that all Cole, Cornelius, a Representative from Califor- Compensation, resolution declaring that the, of
vacancies which may hereafter occur in the, nia-Continued.

employés of the Government shall not be in.
in the War, Navy, Treasury, Interior, and remarks on duties on imports................ 1206 creased....

........83
Post Office Deparıments, shall be filled pro- remarks on the bill relating to the postal laws, joint resolution (H.R. No.121) granting adui.
portionately by soldiers and sailors disabled

* 1256, 1257 tional, to the employés of the two Houses
by wounds received in battle, who are com- remarks on the miscellaneous appropriation of Congress

....305
petent to perform the duties ...... ......116

...........1260, 1261 bill to provide for the temporary increase of
Clerkships in the War Department, bill (S. No. || Cole, George E., a Delegate from Washington, the, of certain clerks and employés in the
389) relating to...
.1035
138, 501 civil service of the Government......

........... 414
Clough, Reuben, bill (S. No. 316) for the relief | Coleman, Samuel, joint resolution for the relief bill to amend an act to increase the, of inspect-

...............47, 464, 1074 of, heir-at-law of William D. Coleman.. 1415 ors of customs in certain ports, approved
Coal lands, bill (S. No. 380) supplemental to the || Colfax, Schuyler, a Representative from India April 29, 1864..........

...........435
act approved 1st July, 1864, for the disposal ana .....

...............531 joini resolution relative to the, of members of
of, and of town properly on the public do. remarks on the amendment to the Constitu- Congress and the officers of the Government
main ..................
.........1402, 1414 tion.........

..531 employed in the District of Columbia....500
Coast Survey, resolution to print report of...115 Collection district, bill (H.R. No. 783) concern- joint resolution a warding, to loyal slave own-
clerks, salaries of the.........

.316 ing the, of Salem and Beverly ............ 1032, ers ........................ ...........616, 617
Cobb, Amasa, a Representative from Wiscon-

1118, 1123, 1202 bill to compensale the officers and crew of the
.31, 67, 83, 98, 108, bill (S. No. 454) supplemental to an act to an- Kearsarge-see Naval Service.
137, 138, 149, 156, 183, 242, 257, 280, 316, nex a part of the State of New Jersey to the, ) Conduct and expenses of the war, the joint com-
371, 378, 393, 446, 449, 461, 478, 500, 501, of New York, and to appoint an assistant mittee on ............

........967
566, 587, 599, 618, 667, 701, 728, 753, 762, assessor, to reside at Jersey City, approved instructions to................4, 189, 349, 500, 617
764, 777, 778, 784, 808, 832, 838, 873, 879, February 21, 1863.....

....... 1033

concurrent resolution extending time of..1148,
880, 905, 941, 974, 996, 1003, 1028, 1036, Collett, Sergeant Daniel, jr., deceased, joint res-

1263, 1332
1044, 1084, 1112, 1114, 1119, 1123, 1155, olution (H. R. No. 171) relating to......907, remarks on the, by-
1162, 1205, 1207, 1257, 1262, 1263, 1270,

1041, 1155 Mr. Eldridge.........

....1263
1324, 1398, 1401, 1403, 1404, 1405, 1410, Colonization-see American Colonization Society.

Mr. Ganson......

...1264
1412, 1416, 1418, 1419, 1420, 1421, 1423 Colorado-see Territories.

Mr. Garfield.........

1263, 1264
resolutions by
......83, 156, 500 Colored roan, resolution relative to the order of

Mr. Gooch........

.1263, 1264
remarks on the internal revenue bill........762, the major general commanding the depart- Mr. Johnson, of Pennsylvania .........1264

764, 879, 905 ment of Washington that no, should be al- Mr. Perry........
remarks on land grants to Michigan.........808 lowed to leave Washington city, going North, yeas and nays on the..........

.1264
remarks on the Indian appropriation bill, 1044 without a pass....

.1418 | Congress, Dictionary of, resolution to print extra
remarks on the enrollment bill..... ..1114 yeas and nays on the........

..1418 copies of the......

.391
Coffroth, Alexander H., Representative from Commerce, bill (S. No. 310) for the promotion remarks on the, by-
Pennsylvania........
.98, of, and the improvement of navigation ...461, Mr. Clark, A. W ........

.391
213, 257, 319, 324, 523, 705, 845, 907, 929,

1033, 1404
Mr. Farnsworth......

..391, 392
1072, 1073, 1079, 1158, 1159, 1204, 1403 Commerce, the Comittee on, instructions to ....8, Mr. Kernan......................

.391
resolutions hy ......
....213, 929
53, 297, 337, 391, 414, 501 Mr. Schenck .............................

..391, 392
remarks on Old Capitol and Carroll prisons, 319

reports from ....

..435,
Mr. Stevens...............................

....392
remarks on the legislative, executive, and judi-
461,619, 914, 1029, 1030, 1031, 1033, 1034 yeas and nays on the.......

.392
cial expenses of the Government...... .324 adverse reports from....

..1032, 1033 Congressional Directory, joint resolution (H. R.
remarks on amendment to the Constitution, 523 Commerce, the Joint Committee on......... .1258 No. 106) providing for the compilation of a,
remarks on condition of Indian tribes......1072 Committees, standing.........

.79, 337 at each session of Congress......522, 665, 728
remarks ou enrollment bill..... 1079, 1158, 1159 select-

Constitution of the United States, bill submitting
remarks on the loan bill............ ........ 1204 on the rules of the House..........7, 137, 665 to the Legislatures of the several Suates a
Cohen, Emile, bill to change the name of, to on a uniform system of coinage...... 14, 1403 proposition to amend the.......... ..275
Emile Cornely..

...996

on the rebellious States................14, 53, 81 joint communication approving of the proposi-
Coin, bill to prevent gold and silver, and bullion to wait on the President..................2, 1423 tion to amend, by the Delegates in Congress

from being paid or exchanged for a greater on the practical working of our pension from the Territories of Colorado, Utah, Ne.
value than their real current value, and for

laws.......

47 braska, Arizona, Dakota, Idaho, and New
preventing any note or bill issued by the Uni- to investigate an assault upon Hon. W. D. Mexico......

..........596
ied States and made lawful money and a legal Kelley

......378, 391, 644 bill to reëstablish the supremacy of the, in the
tender from being received for a smaller sum on ventilation and improvement of the Halls insurrectionary States......

..........596
than is therein specified............. .....4

of Congress......

...............504

concurrent resolution requesting the President
remarks on the, by-

on immigration.................

..........1034 of the United States to transmit to the Ex-
Mr. Blaine......

...........5, 6 to investigate the transactions of the Gov- ecutives of the several States the amendment
Mr. Cox.......

.6

ernment with the Indian tribes............297 proposed by Congress to the, respecting the
Mr. Stevens.....

....6 to investigate charges against Hon. Lucien extinction of slavery therein...... ...... 1416
yeas and nays on the .....

..6
Anderson.....

.316, joint resolution (S. R. No. 16) for amending
resolution instructing the Committee of Ways

337, 348, 369, 414, 539, 1411 the ................53, 138, 214, 478, 523, 537
and Means to inquire into the expediency to report a mode for examining the votes for remarks on the, by-
of bringing in a bill to prevent combina- President and Vice President, 466, 504, 665 Mr. Ashley

...138, 139,
tions being formed to raise the price of, to investigate charges against the Commis-

140, 141, 150, 156, 221, 223, 224, 246,
and depreciate the value of lawful money
sioner of Patents...., .............665, 727

260, 263, 478, 488, 523, 524, 530, 531
of the United States...

117 on the defense of the northeastern front- Mr. Baldwin, of Massachusells........265,
remarks on the, by-

ier .........
.........1421

266, 267
Mr. Blaine.....
.... 117, 118 of conference-

Mr. Bliss..........

..149, 150
Mr. Brooks......

.........119 on the bill (H. R. No. 51) to establish a Mr. Boutwell.......... .222, 223, 245
Mr. Broomall...........

...,117, 119
Bureau of Freedmen's Affairs, 98, 688, 1004

Mr. Brooks........... .....146, 147, 148, 149
Mr. Stevens...
.....117, 118, 119 on the bill (H. R. No. 620) to supply defi-

Mr. Broomall...

...220, 221
Coinage, bill (H. R. No. 807) to authorize che, ciencies in the appropriations for the fiscal Mr. Brown, of Wisconsin..... ..267,
of three-cent pieces, and for other purposes, year ending June 30, 1865.....280, 372, 414

478,528, 531
1403, 1422, 1423 on freed men's affairs....

...562
Mr. Chanler

.146, 147
Cole, Cornelius, a Representative from Califor- on the deficiency bill (H. R. No. 709)...586 Mr. Clay.

.181, 182, 183
nia ..........6, 26, 65, 116, 257, 276, 279, 317, on the Military Academy bill........586, 1198 Mr. Coffrothi.....

.523
324, 337, 343, 393, 401, 482, 500, 654, 666, on the bill (H. R. No. 583) relating to the Mr. Cole, of California.....................

.482
668, 690, 727, 738, 760, 783, 830, 831, 903, pay of certain officers.................644, 930 Mr. Colfax....

..531
904, 964, 997, 1039, 1162, 1198, 1206, 1256, on the bill (H. R. No. 640) providing for a Mr. Cox

192,
1257, 1260, 1261, 1333, 1414, 1415, 1421
district and circuit court of the United

224, 237, 238, 239, 240, 241, 242, 259
resolutions by.
..116, 393 States for the district of Nevada, 1035, 1113 Mr. Cravens..

,219, 220
remarks on the deficiency bill (H. R. No. on the naval appropriation bill...... ...1157

Mr. Davis, of New York........ 154, 155
620)......
.279 on Army appropriation bill, 1161, 1199, 1322

Mr. Dawes

...245
remarks on the bill providing for a district and on postal law bill........1198, 1256, 1257, 1266

Mr. Dawson......

...531
circuit court in Nevada....

....317 on the legislative, executive, and judicial ex- Mr. Eldridge... 195, 196, 197, 198, 199, 531
remarks on the legislative, executive, and judi- penses of the Government........... .1266

Mr. Farnsworth.. ......200, 201, 215, 224
cial expenses of the Government.....324, 343 on duties on imports,,

..1402
Mr. Finck

..481
remarks on the amendment to the Constitu- on the Indian appropriation bill..........1404 Mr. Garfield.....

.264, 265, 481
tion...........
...482 on the resolution regarding officers' servants, Mr. Gooch.......

..223
remarks on the bill to establish a Bureau of

1412
Mr. Grinnell..............

.199, 200
Freedmen's Affairs......
..690 on the resolution of inquiry into the condition Mr. Harding.

...524
remarks on the internal revenue bill......... 760 of the Indian tribes

..1413

(See Appendix.)
remarks.on ocean mails to China .......830, 831 on steamboat inspectors........

..1418

Mr. Herrick ........ -524, 525, 526,527
· remarks on the Indian appropriation bill, 1039 on the duly on printing paper......1419, 1423 Mr. Higby ............155, 156, 478, 479, 480

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Constitution of the United States, joint resolu- Court-Continued.

Cox, Samuel S., a Representative from Ohio-
1. tion (S. R. No. 16) for amending the-Con- bill (H. R. No. 640) providing for a district Continued.
tinued.

and circuit, of the United States for the dis- remarks on the bill to promote officers of the
remarks on the, by-

trict of Nevada.....
.137, 317, Navy and Marine corps........

..83
Mr. Holman......... ..217, 218, 219

995, 1005, 1035, 1084, 1113, 1119, 1155 remarks on a question of privilege.........98
3 Mr. Jenckes....
.224, 225 remarks on the, by

remarks on a resolution of inquiry in relation
Mr. Johnson, of Pennsylvania... .240, 524 Mr. Cole, of California.......

.317 to an early exchange of prisoners ..........99,
Si Mr. Kalbfleisch .............528, 529,530,531

Mr. Ganson.......
.317

100, 101, 102
2. Mr. Kasson.....

... 189,
Mr. Kernan.....

.317 remarks on the state of the Union, 124, 125, 126
190, 191, 193, 222, 239 Mr. Spalding.

.317 remarks on a motion to reconsider the amend-
1'33. Mr. Kelley.

..215, 216
Mr. Washburne, of Illinois.
..317 ment to the Constitution ........

192,
Mr. Mallory

..178,
Mr. Wilson.....

..317, 318

224, 237, 238, 239, 240, 241, 242, 259
179, 180, 189, 190, 192, 193, 244, 531

Mr. Worthington......

....317 remarks on the Old Capitol and Carroll pris-
Mr. McAllister.
..523 bill (H.R. No.641) to provide for another term

........318, 319
Mr. McBride..

..201, 202

of the circuit, of the United States for the remarks on the legislative, executive, and judi-
Mr. Miller, of Pennsylvania........ .524

district of Arkansas...................137, 595 cial expenses of the Government.....323, 324
Mr. Morrill....... ........172, 173, 174 remarks on the, by-

remarks on the resolution tendering the thanks
Mr. Morris, of New York....... .....485,

Mr. Stevens........

...596

of Congress to Major General Alfred H.
486, 487, 488 Mr. Wilson..........

.595, 596 Terry and Admiral David D. Porter, 338, 340
Mr. Odell........

.174, 175 bill (S. No. 352) to authorize the holding of a remarks on breach of privilege.... ...371,
Mr. Orth......... .141, 142, 143, 144 special session of the United States district,

372, 373, 374, 393, 401, 971, 973, 974
par Mr. Patterson ..............

482, 483, 484, 485 for the district of Indiana....... .........37, 69 remarks on Cabinet officers in Congress, 424,
Mr. Pendleton.........
petition for a short-hand reporter for the su-

425, 437, 438, 439, 440, 441, 442, 443, 444
222, 223, 224, 225, 241, 264, 265 preme, of the District of Columbia..........82

remarks on a ship-canal around the falls of
minni Mr. Pruyn
.150, 154, 246 bill (S. No. 88) regulating proceedings in crim- Niagara.....

.......544
Mr. Rogers .......... 150, 151, 152, 153, 154 inal cases, and for other purposes..........997 remarks on the Illinois ship-canal.............569
Mr. Rollins, of Missouri....

.246, bill (H.R. No. 638) to facilitate judicial proceed- remarks on Major D. H. Hastings......683, 684
284

258, 259, 260, 261, 262, 263, 264 ings on wrils of error and appeals... 120,997 remarks on conference with rebels......734, 735
Mr. Scofield................144, 145, 146, 148 bill (H.R. No. 184) to facilitate proceedings in remarks on the internal revenue bill.........779,
bisi Mr. Smith......225, 234, 235, 236, 237, 238 admiralty and other judicial proceedings in

780, 781, 782, 783
. V«Mr. Smithers

.216, 217 the port of New York, and for other purposes, remarks on the bill to increase the pay of cer-
1:20. Mr. Starr.......

482

1001, 1005, 1028, 1154 tain officers of the Army......... ....909, 910
Mr. Stevens..................223, 265, 266, 478 bill (H. R. No. 80, to divide Pennsylvania into remarks on Missouri State milicia .. ...911
Mr. Stiles......

.478, 530 three judicial districts, and to establish a dis- remarks on rebellious States, bill (H. R. No.
Mr. Thayer
.222, 244, 245, 246 trict, to be holden in the city of Erie....1005

602)..........

........967,998, 1000, 1002
Top Mr. Townsend

..217 bill to establish civil jurisdiction over the elev- remarks on the mackerel fisheries..... 1029, 1030
Mr. Voorhees..............180, 181, 191, 192 enth judicial district in the State of Texas, remarks on the Indian appropriation bill ... 1043
13 Mr. Ward...... .175, 176, 177, 178 composed of the counties of El Paso, Pre- remarks on the enrollment bill ..... 1123
in Mr. White, C. A..........202, 214, 215, 258 sidio, and Worth

...1037 remarks on the loan bill...........

.1201
Mr. Wilson.....

.222 Court of Claims, bill supplementary to an act to remarks on duties on imports..... .1206,
Mr. Wood, Fernando
...193, restrict the jurisdiction of the, passed July 4,

1207, 1154, 1255, 1256
194, 195, 238 1864.....

....369, 461 remarks on compensating the officers and crew
- Mr. Woodbridge............ .242, 243, 244 bill to restrict the jurisdiction of the, to pro- of the Kearsarge..

.... 1210, 1211
Mr. Yeanan.

..168, vide for the payment of certain demands for remarks on a ship-canal in Michigan......... 1262
169, 170, 171, 172, 179, 180, 224 quartermasters' stores and subsistence sup- remarks on a resolution to amend the rules,
yeas and nays on the........ 530,531 plies furnished to the United States Army,

1311, 1312, 1315, 1356, 1357
Consular and diplomatic expenses, bill (H. R. approved July 4, 1864...................

..449

remarks on the miscellaneous appropriation
No. 598) making appropriations for the, Courts, bill (H. Ř. No. 631) to provide for hold- bill...........

.........1330, 1331
for the year ending June 30, 1866..........35, ing, in the western district of Missouri, and Cravens, James A., a Representative from India
54, 265, 348, 371, 414 to prescribe the times thereof .........115, 349 ana.

.24, 219, 220,
remarks on the, by-
remarks on the, by-

298, 503, 530, 700, 701, 704, 709, 752, 971
Mr. Brooks.....

..54, 55
Mr. Holman............

.349 resolution by...
Mr. Cox.........

..54, 55
Mr. King

..349

remarks on a motion to reconsider the amendo
Mr. Holman.....................

.54, 55 Mr. Washburne, of Illinois...............349 ment to the Constitution.. ........219, 220
Mr. Kelley...
55 bill (H. R. No. 609) to prescribe the mode of remarks on duty on paper.......

..503
Mr. Morrill......
55 designating citizens of ihe United States who

remarks on rebellious States, bill (H. R. No.
Mr. Schenck....
54 shall serve as jurors in the circuit and dis- 602)...

...971
Mr. Stevens....

54, 55 trict, of the United States...............65,995 Creswell, John A. J., a Representative from
Mr. Washburne, of Minois.... .54 bill to provide for additional terms of the Uni- Maryland......

.120,
Continental Hotel Company-see District of Co- ted States circuit and district, in the southern

121, 122, 123, 124, 508, 539, 809, 911
lumbia.

district of Minois.........
......... 69 resolutions by.....

....539
Contraband- trade, bill to check, and to provide bill (H. R. No. 754) to repeal the act relating remarks on the state of the Union.... ....120,
a fund for the relief of indigent loyal ref- to habeas corpus, and regulating judicial pro-

121, 122, 123, 124
ugees from the State of Texas............ 1031 ceedings in certain cases.... .........838

remarks on the naval appropriation bill.......508
remarks on the, by-

bill (H. Ř. No. 664) for changing the time for remarks on the death of Senator Hicks...... 809
Mr. Brooks.....

1032 holding circuit, in the district of Virginia, 257, remarks on Missouri State militia.............911
Mr. Mallory
.1032

350, 1035, 1155 | Currency, bill (H. R. No. 703) to amend an act to
Mr. Morrill....
1032 (See Juvenile Offenders.)

provide a national, secured by the pledge of
Mr. Townsend....

1032 Cox, Samuel S., a Representative from Ohio, 2, United States bonds, and to provide for the cir-
Mr. Washburne, of Illinois.... 1031, 1032 3, 6, 7, 38, 47, 48, 49, 50, 51, 52, culation and redemption thereof. ....... 435,
Copeland, Josiah-see Patents.
53, 54, 55, 66, 67, 68, 79, 81, 82, 83, 84,

1334, 1407, 1410
Copyright, bill ($. No. 468), supplemental to an 90, 98, 99, 100, 101, 102, 115, 116, 124,

yeas and nays on the....

...1334, 1335
act to amend the several acts respecting, ap- 125, 126, 137, 150, 189, 192, 224, 237, 238, || Cushing, Lieutenant William B., United States
proved February 3, 1831, and to the acts in 239, 240, 241, 242, 259, 275, 291, 318, 319, Navy-see Thanks of Congress,
addition thereto, and amendments thereof, 323, 324, 338, 340, 348, 369, 370, 371, 372,
1001, 1337 373, 374, 379, 392, 393, 401, 424, 425, 437,

D.
Correction of the Globe report...

..98

438, 439, 440, 441, 442, 443, 444, 544, 569, | Daily, Samuel G., a Delegate from Nebraska,
Correction of the Journal...... 98, 419, 683 587, 602, 616, 617, 665, 667, 668, 669, 683,

24, 90, 116, 1318
Cotton, resolution requesting the Secretary of the 684, 701, 702, 703, 704, 705, 706, 709, 734, resolutions by...........

..........90, 116
Treasury to consider the expediency of ex- 735, 738, 739, 740, 741, 755, 776, 777, 779, remarks on ihe miscellaneous appropriation
porting io foreign markets for sale ull, now 780, 781, 782, 783, 784, 805, 909, 910, 911,

bill...............
in Government hands.......

.....................929 914, 933, 967, 971, 973, 974, 998, 1000, || Dakota-see Territory.
Court, bill (H. R. No. 665) providing compen- 1002, 1005, 1025, 1026, 102, 1030, 1034, || Darling, Ezekiel, bill (H. R. No. 556) granting
sation to the Justices of the Supreme, of the 1043, 1123, 1201, 1206, 1207, 1210, 1211, a pension to....

......... 1398, 1401
United States, and for the payment of their 1254, 1255, 1256, 1258, 1202, 1311, 1312, | Davis, Henry Winter, a Representative from
traveling expenses....
.......275, 838 1315, 1316, 1317, 1330, 1331, 1335, 1337, Maryland....

...2,
bill (H. R. No. 737) to increase the salary of 1395, 1398, 1413, 1414, 1418, 1419, 1422 48, 52, 53, 65, 66, 67, 115, 281, 301,

the judge of the United States district, for the resolutions by, 3, 7, 47, 84, 275, 617, 914, 1413 318, 319, 344, 354, 355, 356, 415, 507,

district of Indiana ... ..............596, 838 remarks on the bill relating to the value of gold 509, 587, 596, 598, 600, 601, 602, 618, 619,
bill to increase the salary of the district judge

and silver coin .........

........6

620, 621, 622, 623, 624, 625, 626, 700, 827,
for the district, of Kansas....... ..........776 remarks on the request of Mr. Davis, of Mary-

909, 969, 970, 971, 1002, 1165, 1166, 1168,
bill (H. R. No. 779) lo regulate the taking of land, to be excused from service on the Com-

1201, 1202, 1205, 1210, 1211, 1213, 1214,
depositions in certain cases.. ...........997, mittee on Foreign Affairs, 48, 49, 50, 51, 52 1256, 1262, 1267, 1323, 1324, 1326, 1327,

1332, 1398, 1401 remarks on consular and diplomatic bill, 54, 55 1328, 1332, 1333, 1416, 1421, 1422, 1423
38TH CONG.--2D SESS.

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Davis, Henry Winter, a Representative from Dawes, Henry L., a Representative from Massa- District of Columbia Gas Company, bill (S. No.
Maryland-Continued.
chusetts-Continued.

363) for the relief of the, of the city of
resolutions by

.2, 48, 115 remarks on the naval appropriation bill....628 Washington-- Continued.
remarks on his request to be excused from ser- remarks on the Army appropriation bill.....647 remarks on the, by-,
vice on the Committee on Foreign Affairs, remarks on Major D. H. Hastings....683, 684 Mr. Davis, of New York...... 462, 463, 464
48, 52, 53 remarks on the internal revenue bill.......... 697,

Mr. Dawes.....

462
remarks on rebellious States, bill (H. R. No.

698, 833, 835

Mr. Kernan.....
602)...
..281, 301 remarks on resolution to print the digest of Mr. Morrill.......

462
remarks on the Old Capitol and Carroll pris- election laws........

...754
Mr. Patterson.

.....463
..............318,319 remarks on rebellious States, bill (H. R. No. Mr. Stevens.......... .462, 463, 464
remarks on the legislative, executive, and judi-

602).
..934,935, 936, 937,998, 1001
Mr. Upson......

.463
cial expenses of the Government...344, 1267 remarks on the Metropolitan Railroad Com-

Mr. Washburne, of Illinois........462, 463
remarks on ways and means, bill (H. R. No. pany

......1026, 1029 yeas and nays on the.........
677)...

......354,355, 356 remarks on condition of the Indian tribes, 1071 bill (H. R. No. 644) to extend to certain per-
remarks on trade with the rebel States.......415 remarks on the renewal of a patent to Delia sons in the employ of the Government the
remarks on the naval appropriation bill....507, Jacobs.........

............1112 benefit of the Asylum for the Insane in the,
509, 598, 600, 601, 602, 619, remarks on the bill to reimburse the State of

149, 189, 571, 587, 688
620, 621, 623, 624, 625, 626 Missouri

..............1266 bill (S. No. 384) to extend the charter of the
remarks on the bill to increase the pay of cer- remarks on the miscellaneous appropriation Franklin Insurance Company .............189,
tain officers of the Army...
..909 bill........... 1270, 1324, 1325, 1326, 1327, 1329

349, 415, 446
remarks on rebellious States, bill (H. R. No. Dawson, John L., a Representative from Penn- bill (H. R. No. 186) to incorporate the Balli-

602)................ ..969, 970,971, 1002 sylvania ....... .531, 738,741, 777,1157 more and Washington Depot and Potomac
remarks on the loan bill..
.1165, resolution by....

.777

Ferry Railway Company............307, 464
1166, 1168, 1201, 1202, 1205 remarks on the amendment to the Constitu- bill to incorporate the, Railroad Company, 275
remarks on compensating the officers and crew tion........

........531

bill to establish a board of health and quaran-
of the Kearsarge.... .............. 1210, 1211 | Deficiencies, bil! (H. R. No. 620) to supply, in tine in the..........

..275
remarks on the pay department of the Navy, the appropriations for the fiscal year ending bill (H. R. No. 692) in reference to the

prose-
1213 June 30, 1865...

...81, 103, 216, cution for libels in the, 340, 349, 1035, 1155
remarks on the resolution for the relief of

265, 277, 305, 372, 375, 416, 448,570, 1333 bill (8. No. 376) to amend an act to incorpo-'
Woodruff & Beach and others............ 1214 remarks on the, by-

rate the inhabitants of the city of Washing-
remarks on duties on imports.................1256 Mr. Allen, J. C........

.....418

ton, passed May 15, 1820, approved May 5,
remarks on the miscellaneous appropriation Mr. Brooks ...........103, 104, 277, 278, 279 1864...

.... 464, 993, 1003
bill...
......... 1323, 1324, 1326
Mr. Cole, of California..

...279

bill (H. R. No. 457) for the relief of the Co-
1327, 1328, 1332, 1333, 1421, 1422, 1423

Mr. Ganson..
.277, 278 lumbia Bank..

......... 466
Davis, Thomas T., a Representative from New Mr. Higby..

.............

.279, 280 bill (S. No. 421) lo amend an act to incorporate
York......
.24, 56, Mr. Holman.....

..106, the Columbia Institution for the instruction
81, 107, 120, 126, 137, 154, 155, 449, 462,

107,417, 418, 419, 448, 449, 570 of the Deaf and Dumband the Blind, approved
463, 464, 602, 646, 652, 700, 701, 703, 709, Mr. Johnson, of Pennsylvania......417, 418 February 16, 1857..........500, 764, 994, 1003
739, 741, 764, 836, 839, 875, 928, 929, 994, Mr. Kelley.

.....105 bill (H. R. No. 735) in relation to marriages
1027, 1029, 1036, 1040, 1045, 1118, 1119, Mr. Kernan...........................

... 107 in the......

....586, 602, 838
1123, 1206, 1207, 1214, 1254, 1255, 1269, Mr. Littlejohn.............., ..278, 419 bill (S. No. 411) to amend an act to incorporate
1270, 1337, 1397, 1407, 1408, 1410, 1414

Mr. Morrill....

. 106, 278, 418, 419 the Metropolitan Railroad Company of
resolution by..

...1045
Mr. Pike............ .107, 278,418, 419

the....... ...650, 693, 994, 995, 1026, 1334
remarks on a motion to reconsider the amend-

Mr. Price

..277 remarks on the, by-
ment to the Constitution...... ...154, 155
Mr. Randall, of Pennsylvania.. ..416, Mr. Allen, J. C........

.1027
remarks on a bill for the relief of the Wash-

417, 448, 570 Mr. Davis, of New York...994, 1027, 1029
mington Gas-Light Company.....462, 463, 464 Mr. Rice, of Massachusetts...105, 106, 278

Mr. Dawes......

..1026, 1029
remarks on the naval appropriation bill......602 Mr. Schenck........... ...416, 417,570

Mr. Holman

...1028
remarks on the fortification bill................646

Mr. Sloan.....

..448,449

Mr. Morris, of Ohio.........................995
remarks on the Army appropriation bill...652, Mr. Spalding.

...277, 278, 449
Mr. Odell...

.994
1269, 1407, 1408, 1410

Mr. Stevens..

.104, 105, 106,

Mr. Patterson, 994, 995, 1026, 1027, 1028
remarks on the internal revenue bill.........764,

107,277, 278, 279, 280, 417, 419, 448,570

Mr. Pruyn

......995
836, 839, 875
Mr. Thayer.....

.279
Mr. Schenck....

..1027, 1028
remarks on the Metropolitan Railroad Com-

Mr. Townsend......

.280

Mr. Steele, of New York.................1027
pany ............... ........994, 1027, 1029 Mr. Washburne, of Minois.... .105,

Mr. Stevens...........................

.1026
reniarks on the enrollment bill.......... ..1036,

106, 107, 278, 416, 570 Mr. Tracy...

.......................... .1027, 1028
1118, 1119, 1123 yeas and nays on the.......... ...419, 449,570 Mr. Upson ........

..995
remarks on the Indian appropriation bill, 1040 bill (H. R. No. 709) to supply, in the appro- Mr. Washburne, of Illinois.... ..994,
remarks on duties on imports, 1206, 1254, 1255 priations for the service of the fiscal year

995, 1027, 1028, 1029
remarks on the resolution for the relief of Wood-

ending June 30, 1865................ 464, 586 bill (H. R. No.517) to incorporate the National
ruff & Beach and others...................... 1214 bill to further supply, in the appropriations for Union Insurance Company of Washing.
remarks on the miscellaneous appropriation the service of the fiscal year ending June 30, ton....

.764, 832
bill..........

........ 1270 1865, and for other purposes...............1218 bill (H. R. No. 364) authorizing and requiring
Dawes, Henry L., a Representative from Massa- || Deming, Henry C., a Representative from Con- the opening of Sixth street west.

.764,
chuselis, 2, 3, 11, 51, 54, 105, 234, 245, 319, necticut....

.348, 415, 416, 694

993, 1028, 1155
320, 337, 347, 349, 354, 369, 372, 462, 505, || Depositions, bill (H. R. No.779) to regulate the bill (S. No. 167) to incorporate an Insurance
544, 545, 628, 643, 644, 647, 653, 667, 668, taking of, in certain cases

.997, Company in the city of Washington...... 764,
669, 683, 684, 694, 697, 698, 700, 702, 704,

1332, 1398, 1401

994, 1027
705, 729, 738, 752, 753, 754, 755, 826, 827, || Deserters, bill (H. R. No. 604) to prevent, and bill (S. No. 368) to incorporate the Sisters of
833, 835, 870, 934, 935, 936, 937, 971, 998, others therein named from acquiring public Mercy in the.................764, 934, 993, 1003
1001, 1026, 1029, 1071, 1112, 1152, 1208, lands under the preëmption and homestead bill (S. No. 393) to authorize the corporation
1254, 1266, 1270, 1324, 1325, 1326, 1327, laws....

.....1414 of Georgetown to levy certain taxes...... 764,
1328, 1329, 1334, 1395, 1396, 1414, 1416 | Dictionary of Congress, resolution ordering the

994, 1027, 1036
resolutions by..... ......2, 337, 653, 753 printing of........

... 69, 275 bill (S. No. 439) to change the name of Dorsey
remarks on the resolution explaining the in- (See Congress.)

Edwin William Towson, of Georgetown, in
ternal revenue act of June 30, 1864.........11 Diller, Isaac R., bill (H. R. No. 94) for the relief the, to that of Dorsey Edwin Williain Car-
remarks on the request of Mr. Davis, of Mary- of.........

.372, 464, 478, 522

ter.......

..764, 994, 1027, 1036
land, to be excused from service on the Com- | Dimick, Horace E., bill (H. R. No. 490) for the bill (H. R. No. 764) to incorporate the Conti-
mittee on Foreign Affairs..

...51 relief of, of St. Louis, Missouri............ 466 nental Hotel Company of the city of Wash-
remarks on the deficiency bill (H. R. No. Directory-see Congressional.

ington..... ....904, 1027, 1336, 1398, 1401
620).........

... 105 District of Columbia, the Committee for the, in- bill (S.No.386) to incorporate the National Pro-
remarks on a motion to reconsider the amend. structions to....

... 116, 414, 617, 838 tection Insurance Company....967, 995, 1027
ment to the Constitution .....,

..245 reports from ...... 81, 462, 994, 1027, 1073, 1207 bill concerning the Potomac bridge and the
remarks on the Old Capitol and Carroll pris- adverse reports from...

1027 Center market........

........993
..............319, 320 | District of Columbia, bill (H. R. No. 595) to joint resolution (S. No. 113) authorizing cer-
remarks on the legislative, executive, and judi- amend an act for the punishment of crime in tain banks in the, to accept the provisions of
cial expenses of the Government....347, 1152 the, approved March 2, 1831................27, an act therein named...

.......995
remarks on ways and means, bill (H. R. No.

216, 242, 257 bill (S. No. 91) to quiet titles in favor of pur-
677)........

354 bill (H. R. No. 622) to amend an act to incor- ties in actual possession of land situated in
remarks on a bill for the relief of the Washing. porate the Metropolitan Railroad Company

the.......

..........995, 1403
ton Gas-Light Company..

462 of the............. ..56, 81, 449, 464, 478, 522 remarks on the, by-
remarks on breach of privilege..................372 Gas Company, bill (S. No. 363) for the relief of Mr. Ashley..........

.995
remarks on a ship-canal around the falls of the, of the city of Washington ......... 107,

Mr. Kernan ............

.995, 996
Niagara........
.....544, 545
116, 137, 462, 478 Mr. Mallory.

.995, 996

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District of Columbia-Continued.

Eldridge, Charles A.., a Representative from Wis- Ericsson, John, bill for the relief af.............929
resolution authorizing the President of the Uni- consin-Continued.

Exccutive Departments, bill (H. R. No. 214) to
ted States to appoint the superintendent of remarks on breach of privilege, 375, 401,973,974 provide that the Secretaries of, may occupy
the Insane Asylum in the............ .......996 remarks on trade with the rebel States ... 415 seats on the floor of the House of Represent-
bill (S. No. 452) to incorporate the Capitol remarks on a ship-canal around the falls of atives.................... 414, 415, 419, 437, 1398
Hotel Company of Washington city....1041, Niagara.......

............546

remarks on the, by-
1337 remarks on the bill to establish a Bureau of

Mr. Blaine...

.424
bill to incorporate the Harmony Cemetery Freedmen's Affairs...

......566
Mr. Cox.

.424,
Company (of colored persons) in the... 1073 remarks on the Illinois ship-canal.............570

425, 437, 438, 439, 440, 441, 442, 443, 444
bill (H. R. No. 798) to prevent the enlistment remarks on the naval appropriation bill.....598 Mr. Edgerton

.443
of persons charged with crime in the, as sub- remarks on the internal revenue bill......... 699,

Mr. Ganson

.419, 420, 421
stitutes in the Army and Navy, and to pre-

700, 1406
Mr. Garfield..

.444, 445
vent frauds at the District jail, in the city of remarks on the bill for the relief of Almond D.

Mr. Grinnell.....

425, 443
Washington............. 1207, 1208, 1397, 1423 Fisk ........

..728
Mr. Morrill.....

.420,
bill (H. R. No. 779) to regulate the taking of remarks on the bill for the relief of H. A. Brig-

421, 422, 423, 424, 444, 445
depositions in certain cases...
.997, ham ......

.......871

Mr. Pendleton-see Appendix.
1332, 1398, 1401 remarks on the bill to increase the pay of cer-

Mr. Pike.......

420
bill (S. No. 451) to incorporate the colored tain officers of the Army..

...910

Mr. Thayer........................ .424, 446, 447
Union Benevolent Association............. 1337 remarks on rebellious States, bill (H. R. No.

Mr. Wilson......

..424
Documents, joint resolution (S. R. No. 114) au- 602).

.997, 998

(See Appendix.)
thorizing copies of public, to be printed for remarks on the enrollment bill.......

.1122, 1156 Express and other transportation companies, bill
the Department of State.............. 1337, 1420 remarks on the loan bill.... ..1199, 1205 to authorize, to sell unclaimed freight....149
(See Books.)
remarks on compensating the officers and crew

F.
Doll, Aaron T., joint resolution (H. R. No. 48) of the Kearsarge.

..1210
for the relief of........
...391 remarks on duties on imports.

...1255

Farnsworth, John F., a Representative from
Donnelly, Ignatius, a Representative from Min- remarks on extending the time of the commit- Illinois

...8, 24, 32, 36, 37, 38, 48,
nesota....... 47, 202, 297, 616, 710, 804, 1336 tee on the conduct of the war.... ...1263

50, 65, 66, 67, 81, 82, 86, 87, 88, 89, 102,
remarks on the internal revenue bill.........804 remarks on the miscellaneous appropriation

115, 116, 149, 200, 201, 215, 224, 280, 326,
Draft, resolution instructing the Secretary of bill.......

....1332, 1422, 1423

339, 345, 349, 369, 371, 373, 374, 375, 379,
War to give credit for the one hundred days' | Election, bill to fix the time for the, of Repre-

391,392, 414, 415, 501, 502, 503, 504, 522,
men..
...................337 sentatives in the Congress of the United

546, 651, 668, 698, 700, 701, 702, 704, 728,
Drafts, bill (H. R. No. 797) in relation to cer- Slates........

..........
.234

731, 738, 739, 741, 756, 879, 880, 883, 909,
tain, issued by the Treasurer of the United Election laws, digest of, resolution to print... 754, 911,912, 914, 930, 932, 933, 964, 976, 979,
States in satisfaction of warrants which are

870

1083, 1160, 1215, 1257, 1258, 1260, 1328,
outstanding unpaid.....
........1161 remarks on the, by-

1329, 1331, 1332, 1339, 1401, 1409, 1416
remarks on the, by-

Mr. Clark, A. W ..............
754 resolution by.

.391
Mr. Garfield ........

.........1161
Mr. Dawes......

..754
remarks on the reciprocity treaty..

......32
Mr. Hooper....

..1161

Mr. Washburne, of Illinois............... 754 remarks on the bill for thie relief of Major W.
Mr. Price....

............. 1161
Elections, bill (S. No. 37) to prevent officers of

H. Jameson

.36, 37
Mr. Pruyn.........

.1161 the Army and Navy, and other persons en- remarks on the request of Mr. Davis, of Mary-
Mr. Washburne, of Illinois .............1161 gaged in the military or naval service of the land, to be excused from service on the Com-
Driggs, John F., a Representative from Michi- United States, from interfering in, in the mittee on Foreign Affairs.... ........50
gan.
...108, 275, 349, 437, 449, Slaces........

1004, 1036 remarks on a resolution of inquiry in relation
464,465, 618, 701,776, 777, 795,838,880, yeas and nays on the..... .......1004, 1005 to an early exchange of prisoners.......... 102
1045, 1120, 1123, 1259, 1262, 1263, 1415 Elections, the Committee of, reports from,.755,

remarks on a motion to reconsider the amend-
resolutions by.....
........ 108, 349

870 ment to the Constitution.... 200, 201, 215, 224
remarks on the Indian appropriation bill.. 1045 Electoral College, joint resolution (H.R. No. remarks on the resolution tendering the thanks
remarks on the enrollment bill....... 1120, 1123 126) declaring certain States noi entitled to of Congress to Major General A. H. Terry
remarks on the miscellaneous appropriation representation in the..... 65, 82, 505, 602, 618 and Admiral D.D. Porter............... .339
bill..........

....1259
remarks on the, by-

remarks on the legislative, executive, and judi-
remarks on a ship-canal in Michigan, 1262, 1263

Mr. Lo Blond...

.505 cial expenses of the Government............345
Dumont, Ebenezer, a Representative from In- Mr. Mallory...

.505 remarks on breach of privilege................371,
diana.....

.........617, 834,
Mr. Wilson ...
.505

373, 374, 375
836, 993, 1027, 1260, 1271, 1317, 1318 | Eliot, Thomas D., a Representative from Mas- remarks on printing the Dictionary of Congress,
resolution by.....
.....617 sachusetts...2, 8, 26, 42, 79, 80, 115, 234, 281,

391, 392
remarks on ihe internal revenue bill...834, 836 291, 298, 299, 300, 337, 415, 461, 562, 563, remarks on trade with the rebel States......415
remarks on the miscellaneous appropriation 564, 565, 566, 646, 688, 689, 690, 691, 693, remarks on the duty on paper.....502, 503, 504
bill..... .........1260, 1271, 1317, 1318

694, 752, 910, 929, 968, 1029, 1030, 1032, remarks on a ship-canal around the falls of
Duncan, W. H. & C. S., bill' (s. No. 311) for 1033, 1115, 1116, 1117, 1402, 1403, 1404 Niagara

..546
the relief of...........

.....995, 1337 resolutions by ........2, 8, 26, 337, 752,929, 1032 remarks on the Army appropriation bill...651,
Duties-see Revenue.
remarks on the joint resolution that Louisiana

1409
E.

may resume its political relations........... 26 remarks on the internal revenue bill........698,
Eckley, Ephraim R., a Representative from Ohio, remarks on the bill to establish a Bureau of

879, 880, 883
371, 701, 837, 1005 Freedmen's Affairs....

.......80, 563, remarks on conference with rebels............731
remarks on the internal revenue bill..........837

564,565,566, 688, 689,690, 691,693,694 remarks on the bill to increase the pay of cer-
Eden, John R., a Representative from Ilinois, 88, remarks on the rebellious States, bill (H. R. tain officers of the Army........ ...909

90, 1116, 1418 No. 602).............281, 291, 293, 299, 300, 968 remarks on railroad communication with the
remarks on the enrollment bill......... .... 1116 remarks on the fortification bill... ...646 capital of the United States......911, 912,914
Edgerton, Joseph K., a Representative from In- remarks on the mackerel fisheries... 1029, 1030 remarks on the bill defining the pay of certain

diana...............214, 316, 443, 617, 700, 967 remarks on the collection of duties.. 1032, 1033 officers of the Army. ........930, 932, 933
resolutions by............ ......214, 316, 617 remarks on the enrollment bill.. 1115, 1116, 1117 remarks on the bill for enrolling and calling out
remarks on Cabinet officers in Congress....443 | Emigration, bill to provide for the protection of the national forces.........976, 979, 1083, 1160
remarks on rebellious States, bill (H. R. No. overland, to the States and Territories of the remarks on the resolution forthe relief of Wood-
602)........
....067 Pacific..........

................7 ruff & Beach and others................ 1215
(See Appendix.)

Employés, resolution directing the Clerk of the remarks on the bill relating to the postal laws,
Eldred, Mrs. Henrietta L., bill for the relief House to execute the resolution of July 4,

1257
of.........

.....................391 1864, for the payment of certain allowances remarks on the miscellaneous appropriation
Eldridge, Charles A., a Representative from Wis- therein named to the officers, clerks, and bill.........1258, 1260, 1328, 1329, 1331, 1332
consin

........36,
other.............

...1407 remarks on the resolution in regard to officers'
195, 196, 197, 198, 199, 338, 370, 375, 401, yeas and nays on the............

..1405
servants ......

...... .......... 1399, 1401
415, 449, 501, 531, 546, 566, 570, 587, 598, English, James E., a Representative from Con- | Fenton, Reuben E., a Representative from New
602, 694, 695, 699, 700, 701, 702, 703, 706, necticut.........

..........1335 York,
resignation of...

............14
707, 709, 728, 729, 739, 740, 741, 752, 753, || Enrolled Bills, the Joint Coinmittee on..........67 Field, A. P., a citizen of Louisiana, resolution
755, 778, 795, 805, 871, 910, 930, 973, 974,

reports from .......

.67, 69, 83, 98, 108, creating a committee to inquire into un alleged
997, 998, 1005, 1122, 1156, 1199, 1205,

149, 183, 242, 280, 291, 316, 371,378, 393, breach of privilege by...... ........371, 971
1210, 1255, 1263, 1332, 1334, 1335, 1336,

446, 461, 478,537, 566,587, 599, 618, 728, remarks on ihe, by-
1403, 1406, 1411, 1412, 1418, 1422, 1423
764, 784, 832, 838,879, 880, 941, 974, 996, Mr. Allen, J. C.......

........374
resolution by.

...501
1003, 1020, 1036, 1084, 1112, 1119, 1123,

Mr. Beaman................971, 972, 973, 974
remarks on a motion to reconsider the amend-

1155, 1162, 1205, 1207, 1257, 1262, 1270, Mr. Cox, 371, 372, 373, 374,971, 973, 974
ment to the Constitution..... ..........195,

1324, 1398, 1401, 1402, 1403, 1404, 1405,

Mr. Dawes.....

........372
196, 197, 198, 199, 531

1410, 1416, 1418, 1419, 1420, 1421, 1423 Mr. Eldridge... ........375, 973, 974
remarks on the resolution tendering the thanks Enrollment and license, bill (H. R. No. 738) re-

Mr. Farnsworth............371, 373,374, 375
of Congress to Major General A. H. Terry lating to the, of certain vessels........ .596,

Mr. Ganson.........

..973
and Admiral D. D. Porter.ini mig.........338

1031, 1118, 1123, 1202 Mr. Harrington............

374

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