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Moorhead, James K., a Representative from Morris, James R., a Representative from Ohio, 4, Naval service, bill (H.R. No.676) making approPennsylvania.......

256, 369, 371,

116, 348, 391, 485, 486, 487, 539, 667, priations for the, for the year ending June 375, 436, 544, 1074, 1161, 1201, 1211, 1212

690, 702, 735, 995, 997, 1027, 1070,

30, 1866—— Continued, remarks on breach of privilege..........371, 375

1071, 1149, 1266, 1332, 1415, 1418 remarks on the, byremarks on assistant inspectors of steamboats, resolution by.........

......116
Mr. Chanler.........

..507, 619 436 remarks on the amendment to the Constitu

Mr. Creswell...........

......508 remarks on a ship-canal around Niagara tion..........

.485, 486, 487 Mr. Davis, of Maryland...... .507, 509, falls........... ........................544 remarks on the bill to establish a Bureau of

598, 600, 601, 602, 619, 620, remarks on the loan bill.............. . 1201 Freedmen's Affairs........ ..........690

621, 622, 623, 624, 625, 626 remarks on the bill for relief of R., J., &J.Wat remarks on the Metropolitan Railroad Com

Mr. Davis, of New York..................602 son, of Pittsburg, Pennsylvania, 1211, 1212 pany ....

........995
Mr. Dawes.......

628 Morrill, Justin S., a Representative from Vers remarks on the condition of the Indian tribes, Mr. Eldridge..........,

1598 mont......... ..2, 3, 24, 32,

1070, 1071 Mr. Ganson.......................508, 509, 626 33, 37, 55, 68, 106, 116, 156, 172, 173, 174, remarks on the legislative, executive, and judi Mr. Griswold.....

..508, 597 278, 302, 303, 304, 305, 306, 307,321, 322, cial expenses of the Government..........1149 Mr. Holman...506, 507, 509, 599, 601, 627 323, 324, 325, 326, 340, 341, 342, 344, 345, remarks on the bill to reimburse the State of

Mr. Kasson .........

.508 346, 348, 351, 355, 369, 370, 418,419, 420, Missouri....

....1266
Mr. Kinney.

..506 421, 422, 423, 424, 435, 436, 444, 445, 462, Morrison, William R., a Representative from Mr. Mallory....

....507 501, 566, 618, 628, 645, 667, 694, 695, 696, Illinois......

.......702
Mr. Morcill.

......1072, 1073 697, 698, 699, 700, 702, 706, 708, 709, 711, Mowrey, George, bill (H. R. No. 458) for the Mr. Pike, 506, 509, 598,623, 624,627, 1073 727, 728, 738, 739, 741, 753, 756, 757, 758, relief of..

..265, 280

(See Appendix.) 759, 760, 762, 763, 764, 778, 779, 780, 781, Munson, Frances, bill (H. R. No. 516) for the Mr. Pruyn......... 782, 783, 784, 797, 798, 799, 800, 801, 802, relief of.......

....265
Mr. Rice, of Massachusetts...

.....506, 805, 827, 831, 832, 834, 835, 836, 837, 838, Murray, George W., bill (H. R. No. 380) for the

507, 508, 624, 625 839, 840, 841, 842, 843, 844, 845, 873, 878, relief of......

.....47, 83, 103 Mr. Spalding ...............509, 598, 627, 628 879, 880, 882, 883, 884, 885, 904, 905, 906, Myers, Amos, a Representative from Pennsyl

Mr. Sievens.

.....506, 507, 907, 929, 930, 1025, 1032, 1037, 1038, 1039, yania......

..84, 85, 86,

508, 509, 598, 599, 600, 601, 619,623, 627 1040, 1041, 1042, 1043, 1044, 1045, 1071, 147, 316, 666, 703, 709, 759, 782, 783, 843, Mr. Thayer.....

...508 1072, 1073, 1113, 1114, 1146, 1147, 1150, 872, 879, 881, 882, 884,974,979, 1120, 1406 Mr. Washburne, of Illinois...., ...506, 1152, 1153, 1154, 1157, 1160, 1166, 1167, resolution by....

...316

507,508, 509, 598, 599, 600, 601, 602, 627 1168, 1198, 1199, 1200, 1204, 1205, 1206, remarks on the state of the Union.... 84, 85, 86 Mr. Wilson.........506, 508, 509, 599, 600 1207, 1208, 1212, 1253, 1254, 1255, 1256, remarks on the internal revenue bill... ..... 759, Mr. Wood, Fernando-See Appendix. 1270, 1271, 1316, 1318, 1331, 1333, 1334,

782, 783, 843, 879, 881, 882, 884, 1406 yeas and nays on the ...... ......627, 628 1335, 1402, 1405, 1406, 1407, 1417, 1418 remarks on the bill for the relief of J. Wells & joint resolution (S.R, No. 90) to authorize and resolutions by.....................3, 340, 628, 1407 Sons........

...872 direct an inventory of articles in the quarterremarks on the reciprocity treaty ..........32, 33 remarks on enrolling and calling out the na masters’depots, and in possession of the naval remarks on consular and diplomatic bill....55 tional forces.....

....979, 1120 storekeepers

.........305, 1336 remarks on she bill amendatory of an act ap Myers, Leonard, a Representative from Penn bill (H. R. No. 605) to increase the pay of midproved June 30, 1864... ......68 sylvania ....

.12, 39, 83, shipmen..... 65, 1208, 1209, 1332, 1336, 1401 remarks on deficiency bill.... 106, 278, 418, 419 237, 335, 374, 736, 799, 800, 801, 832, 872, bill (H. R. No. 606) to create the grade of vice remarks on a motion to reconsider the amend873, 914, 974, 1074, 1112, 1217, 1218, 1219 admiral.........

.65, 79, 82 ment to the Constitution.........172, 173, 174 resolution by....

...914 bill making further legislation in regard to the remarks on the legislative, executive, and judi remarks on the resolution explaining the in Navy and Marine corps.........

............... 65 cial expenses of the Government...302, 303, ternal revenue act of June 30, 1864.........12 joint resolution (H.R. No. 94) authorizing the

304, 305, 306, 307, 321, 322, 323, remarks on the legislative, executive, and judi Secretary of the Navy to advance to Paul 324, 325, 326, 340, 341, 342, 344, cial expenses of the Government. ..325 S. Forbes $250,000 additional out of the sum

345, 346, 348, 1150, 1152, 1153, 1154 remarks on breach of privilege ...........374, 974 to be paid him under his contract for buildremarks on ways and means, bill (H. R. No. remarks on internal revenue bill...799,800, 801 ing a steam screw sloop-of-war.............. 65, 677)........ ......351, 355 remarks on the extension of a patent to Josiah

602, 1207, 1213, 1262, 1263, 1270, 1336 remarks on the bill for the relief of the Wash Copeland ........

.........1074 bill (S. No. 465) to create the office of Solicitor ington Gas-Light Company ... ..462 remarks on the resolution for the relief of and Naval Judge Advocate General...,1118, remarks on Cabinet officers in Congress...420, Woodruff & Beach and others............ 1217,

1337 421, 422, 423, 424

1218, 1219 bill (H. R. No. 800) to create the office of Soremarks on assistant inspectors of steamboats,

N.

licitor and Naval Judge Advocate Gen435, 436, 444, 445 National Academy, joint resolution authorizing eral............

....... 1208, 1270 remarks on the fortification bill..........

the, to publish certain papers.................562 bill to amend certain acts relative to the, and remarks on the internal revenue bill........695, National banks, bill (H.R. No. 629) to authorize, for other purposes.....

..... 1209 696, 697, 698, 699, 700, 756, 757, 758, to close their banking institutions on certain remarks on the, by759, 760, 762, 763, 764, 778, 779, 780, days named, and to make all notes and other

Mr. Garfield

..1209 781, 782, 783, 797,798, 799, 800, 801, 802, negotiable instruments falling due and pay

Mr. Kasson......

.1209 803, 804,835, 836, 837,839, 840, 841, 842, able on such days due and payable on the pre Mr. Rice, of Massachuselts.............1209 843,844, 845, 873, 878, 879, 880,882, 883, ceding secular day respectively........107, 838 bill to compensate the officers and crew of the 884, 885, 904, 905, 906, 907, 1405, 1406 Naval Affairs, Committee on, instructions to, 189

United States steamer Kearsarge for the remarks on the bill for the relief of Almond D.

reports from...

...79,

destruction of the Alabama................1209 Fisk.....

727, 728

82, 83, 349, 505, 1208, 1209, 1213, 1214 remarks on the, byremarks on ocean mails to China.............831 adverse reports from ...... ...1074, 1263

Mr. Cox

1210, 1211 remarks on refugees from Texas.......... .1032 Naval depot on the lakes, resolution for the ap Mr. Davis, of Maryland .......... 1210, 1211 remarks on Indian appropriation bill, 1037,1038, pointment of a special committee on a.......27 Mr. Eldridge...

....1210 1039, 1040, 1041, 1042, 1043, 1044, 1045 Naval force on the lakes, joint resolution (H. R.

Mr. Holman

.1209 remarks on condition of the Indian tribes, 1071 No.91) in relation to the treaty of 1817 con Mr. Kelley

1210 remarks on the naval appropriation bill, 1072, cerning a

............... 337, 348
Mr. Pike

.1210 1073 Naval service, bill (H. R. No. 583) to so amend Mr. Rice, of Massachusetts.....1209, 1210 remarks on the renewal of a patent to Delia the laws in regard to the naturalization of sol Mr. Spalding.........

..]210 Jacobs............

..1113 diers as to include sailors..................... 7,35 Mr. Washburne, of Illinois.... 1210, 1211 remarks on the enrollment bill........... .1160 bill (H. R. No. 607) to provide for an advance .yeas and nays on the.............. 1210, 1211 remarks on the loan bill.....

.1166, of rank to officers of the Navy and Marine bill to revive in part the act approved March 3, 1167, 1168, 1198, 1199, 1200 corps for distinguished conduct...........83, 1857, making an appropriation for thc, for remarks on duties on imports..... .1205,

216, 349, 371, 414 the year ending June 30, 1853..........1211 1206, 1207, 1254, 1256 remarks on the, by

remarks on the, by Mr. Rice, of Massachuremarks on the Army appropriation bill, 1417, Mr. Cox.......

..83
setts........

.................. 1211
1418
Mr. Rice, of Massachusetts

.83 yeas and nays on the......... remarks on the bill for the relief of R., J., & J. Mr. Washburne, of Illinois... ...83 bill (S. No. 478) in relasion to the Naval ObWatson, of Pittsburg, Pennsylvania.....1212 joint resolution authorizing the appointment of servatory

.............1337 remarks on the miscellaneous appropriation a commissioner to settle and adjust the claims (See Asylum; Thanks of Congress.)

bill........... .......1270, 1271, 1318, 1331 of certain contractors with the Navy Depart. | Navy, bill (S. No. 382 to provide for the better remarks on resolution to amend the rules, 1316 ment....

......183

organization of the pay department of the, Morris, Daniel, a Representative from New York, bill (H. R. No.676) making appropriations for

378, 449, 1213, 1402, 1403 116, 149, 503, 1214 the, for the year ending June 30, 1866...277, remarks on the, byresolution by..........

....116

506, 587, 596, 619, 905, 1072, 1114, 1157 Mr. Davis, of Maryland ....... 1213 remarks on duty on paper............

...503
remarks on the, by-

Mr. Holman................................... 1213 remarks on the resolution for the relief of

Mr. Blaine.....
.509, 598 Mr. Kelley..

1213 Woodruff & Beach and others......... .1214

Mr. Blow..

... 619
Mr. Pike

1213 Morris, Harriet and Emily W., bill (H. R. No. Mr. Boutwell...

...509

Mr. Washburne, of Illinois........ ..1213 314) for the relief of........................,1155 Mr. Brooks......

...601 yeas and pays on the.....

1213, 1403

.... 645

....1211

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Navy-Continued. bill to reorganize the medical department of

....393 bill (H. R. No. 535) to further regulate the ap

pointment of admirals, and for the appoint

ment of certain volunteer officers in the, 1208 Navy Department, joint resolution authorizing

ihe appointment of a commission to settle and adjust the claims of certain contractors with the..........

..........98, 213 Navy, Secretary of the, joint resolution (H. R.

No. 114) authorizing the, to expend a portion of the contingent fund for enlarging the Navy

Department building....... ........ 15, 66 calls upon the, for information.......83, 98, 115

communications from the, 67, 98, 276, 348, 752 Navy-yard, bill (H. R. No. 985) to provide for

ihé establishment of a, and navy depot at Cleveland .......

.7, 83 resolution creating a committee to investigate

alleged frauds at the, at Philadelphia...... 7 remarks on the, byMr. Broomall..........

...........8 Mr. Kelley

7 Mr. O'Neill, of Pennsylvania.. .7,8 Mr. Randall, of Pennsylvania. .7, 8 Mr. Spalding.........

.7 Mr. Stevens......

.7 Mr. Washburne, of Illinois........ .7 bill (H. R. No. 599) to provide for the estab

lishment of a, and naval depot at Oswego, New York ...........

.48, 83 bill (H. R. No. 611) to establish a, and naval depot at Chicago.......

..65, 83 bill providing for a, at Erie, Pennsylvania, 83 bill '(H. R. No. 536) authorizing a survey at

and near New London, Connecticut, and the establishment of a, for iron-clad vessels thereat..............

..........15, 27 remarks on the, by

Mr. Brandegee......17, 18, 19, 20, 21, 22, 23
Mr. Broomall........

.29, 30, 31
Mr. Kelley .............15, 16, 17, 18, 19, 23
Mr. O'Neill, of Pennsylvania......... 27, 28
Mr. Pike........

......31 Mr. Randall, of Pennsylvania - - see Ap

pendix. yeas and nays on laying on the table......31 bill (H. R. No. 587) to provide for the estab

lishment of a, and naval depot at Grand Haven, Michigan......

.....24, 83 bill (H. R. No. 594) to provide for the establishment of , and naval depot at Milwaukee,

26, 83 Navy-yards, joint resolution providing for a commission io locate........

.83 Negotiatione for peace-see Peace. Nelson, Homer A., a Representative from New

York. .......156, 700, 701, 702, 710, 764,

779, 838, 972, 974, 975, 1039, 1040, 1041,

1942, 1043, 1156, 1328, 1331, 1335, 1403 resolution by...

.1328 remarks on internal revenue bill... 700, 764, 779 remarks on breach of privilege................972 remarks on enrolling and calling out the national forces.......

..974, 975, 1156 remarks on the ludian appropriation bill, 1039,

1040, 1041, 1042, 1043 remarks on the miscellaneous appropriation bill........

1331 Nevada-see Court. New Mexico-see Territories. Niagara, bill authorizing the construction of a

communication around the falls of.........337 Nichols, William, bill for the relief of........1073 Noble, Warren P., a Representative from Ohio,

276, 304, 307, 347, 350, 653, 694, 727, 728, 740, 929, 1005, 1026,

1078, 1079, 1084, 1116, 1395, 1396 resolutions by...

..276, 337, 350, 653 remarks on the legislative, executive, and judi

cial expenses of the Government....304, 347 remarks on the bill for the relief of Almond D. Fisk...........

..727,728 remarks on the enrollment bill...... .1078,

1079, 1084, 1116 Nokes, James, bill (H. R. No. 439) for the relief

..466 Norris, Ellis, bill for the relief of.............. 1419 Norris, Samuel, bill for the relief of..... 727 Norton, Jesse O., a Representative from Ilipois........

.......... 653, 966,967, 992,993 remarks on the National Mississippi Bridge

Company...... ..........966,967, 992, 993

0.

Patent, bill to refer to the Commissioner of Patents Oath of loyalty, bill (H. R. No.578) prescribing

the application of Delia Jacobs for the rean, to all persons practicing law in any of the

newal of a, for dressing tree-nails-Con

tinued.
States declared to be in rebellion .......4, 350
Oath of office, bill (S. No. 72) supplementary to

remarks on the, by-
Mr. Morrill.......

...1113 an act to prescribe an, and for other purposes, approved July 2, 1862.... ..116, 350, 378

Mr. Wadsworth..

.1112, 1113 Observatory-see Naval Service.

Mr. Washburne, of Minois......1112, 1113 Odell, Moses F., a Representative from New

bill (S. No.387) amendatory of an act to amend York .......

..2, 8, 174,

an act to promote the progress of the useful 175, 341, 342, 357, 393, 570, 698, 700, 702, | Patterson, James W., a Representative from New

arts, approved March 3, 1863..............1337 740, 758, 844, 878, 978, 994, 1031, 1084, 1121, 1122, 1123, 1400, 1401, 1415, 1419

Hampshire.....

.... 463, resolution by.

..8

482, 483, 484, 485, 500, 562, 595, 778, remarks on motion to reconsider the amend

934,993, 994,995, 1026, 1027, 1028, 1334 ment to the Constitution.................174, 175

resolutions by..

....595, 778 remarks on the legislative, executive, and judi

remarks on a bill for the relief of the Washingcial expenses of the Government....341, 342

ton Gas-Light Company.....

.463 remarks on the internal revenue bill........698,

remarks on the amendment to the Constitu

tion......... 758, 844, 878

.....482, 483, 484, 485 remarks on bill for enrolling and calling out

remarks on the Metropolitan Railroad Comthe national forces......

....978,

pany ...................994, 995, 1026, 1027, 1028 1084, 1121, 1122, 1123 Pay, bill to place the soldiers of the Missouri remarks on the Metropolitan Railroad Com

State militia on the same footing with other

volunteer soldiers in the United States serpany ................

...............994 remarks on custom-house officers...........1031

vice with reference to bounties and back, 175 remarks on the resolution in regard to officers'

bill (S. No. 382) to provide for the better orservants ........

..1400, 1401

ganization of the department of the Navy, O'Neill, Charles, a Representative from Penn

378, 449, 1213 sylvania ....

..7,8,

bill amendatory of the acts providing for the 21, 24, 27, 28, 83, 149, 338, 461,

payment of arrearages of, and bounty due

heirs of deceased soldiers........ 627, 709, 838, 972, 1026, 1031

........562 remarks on the resolution creating a commit

bill (H.R. No.624) to provide for the payment tee of inquiry in relation to the Philadelphia

of the value of certain lands and improvenavy-yard......

ments of private citizens appropriated by the

..............7,8 remarks on the bill to establish a navy-yard at

United Siates for Indian reservations in the New London, Connecticut.......... ..27, 28

Territory of Washington........ 464, 586, 941 remarks on breach of privilege.................972

bill to increase the, of certain officers of the O'Neill, John, a Representative from Ohio..320,

Army, and for other purposes............908 651, 705, 736, 838, 1162

remarks on the, by-
Mr. Ancona....

..909 remarks on the Old Capitol and Carroll pris.

Mr. Ashley

.909 ..320 remarks on the Army appropriation bill...651

Mr. Cox....

.909, 910 Mr. Davis, of Maryland.

...909 Oregon, bill to amend an aci granting lands to the

.910

Mr. Eldridge. State of, to aid in the construction of a mil

Mr. Farnsworth...

.909 itary road from Eugene City to the eastern

Mr. Garfield. boundary of the State... ........... 275

.909, 910 bill to relocate the United States branch mint

Mr. Kalbfleisch..

.910 in.........

Mr. Kernan .......

.909 ..............213, 280 Mr. Pendleton....

.910 remarks on the, by Mr. McBride..........213 Orth, Godlove S., a Representative from Indi

Mr. Ross.

908, 909, 910

Mr. Schenck.. ana..

.908, 909, 910 ..24, 47, 83, 141, 142, Mr. Smith......

.909 143, 144, 189, 275, 727, 740, 795, 1002 resolutions by....

.910 ..........83, 189, 727 Mr. Steele, of New York ........

.910

Mr. Washburne, of Minois........ remarks on a motion to reconsider the proposed

Mr. Wilson ........

.909 amendment to the Constitution....... .141,

Mr. Yeaman..... 142, 143, 144

..908, 909, 910 P.

yeas
and nays on the.

......909, 910

bill to increase the, of midshipmen............ 65, Patents, Commissioner of, resolution creating a

1332, 1336, 1401 committee to investigate charges against bill to amend an act to increase the, of soldiers the ..........

......665 of the United States Army, approved June report of the committee that none of the charges 20, 1864, and to increase the commutation

have been sustained............ .........1335 value of rations for general and post hosPatents, the Committee on, reports from.....727, pitals.............

............ 115 1074, 1415

bill to increase the, of officers and soldiers in adverse reports from ...... ..v...... 727, 1074

the Army twentyfive per cent. from and after Patent, to Almond D. Fisk, bill (S. No. 112) for the 1st day of January, 1865................116 the extension of a....

....727

bill to provide for the payment of bounties and remarks on the, by

arrearages of, to mothers of certain soldiers Mr. Eldridge....

.728 who have fallen in battle or have died in the Mr. Morrill..... .727, 728 service......

............ 149 Mr. Noble......... ,

727, 728 bill (H. R. No. 583) defining the, and emolMr. Washburne, of Illinois.........727,728 uments of certain officers of the Army, 35, yeas and nays on the.....

..728

337, 644, 905, 930, 931, 932, 933 bill to authorize the Commissioner of Patents remarks on the, byto grant letters, to R. Reynolds and Charles

Mr. Farnsworth... ...930, 932, 933 Young for an improvement in bay eleva

Mr. Ganson

-..931, 932 tors....

..........156
Mr. Garfield.

....931 bill authorizing the Commissioner of Patents Mr. Kernan.....

.930 to hear and determine the application of Mr. Schenck ..............,930, 931, 932, 933 Josiah Copeland for an extension of his,

Mr. Wilson.

..930, 931, 932, 933 for a new and useful improvement in boot (See House; Stenographer; Employés; Barber; crimps ........

..1074, 1112 Louisiana; Bruce.) remarks on the, by Mr. L. Myers.......1074 | Peace, resolution in relation to..

..275 yeas and nays on the........

...1112 yeas and nays on the........... ....275, 276 bill to refer to the Commissioner of Patents the resolution approving of the negotiations for, application of Delia Jacobs for'the renewal

617, 776, 777 of a, for dressing tree-nails.................1112 resolutions declaring that this Government has remarks on the, by

exhausted all the resources of a just and Mr. Brandegee...

...1113

wise statesmanship, except as regards the Mr. Clanler...

.1112, 1113 further prosecution of the war, in the effort Mr. Dawes......

...1112
to restore..

...........777
Mr. Jenckes......
......1112, 1113 yeas and nays on the.

....778

of....

...1325

Peace-Continued.

Pike, Frederick A., a Representative from resolution requesting the President to use all Maine Continued,

honorable and just means to bring about remarks on the internal revenue bill.........802,
a lasting ............
...... 777

883, 904 yeas and Days on the......

... 777

remarks on enrolling and calling out the naresolution of inquiry in relation to recent ne tional forces

...............979 gotiations for....... .......................617

remarks on compensating the officers and crew yeas and nays on the 617 of the Kearsarge....

......... 1210 Peck, Major General J. J.-see Thanks of Con remarks on the pay department of the Navy, gress.

1213 Pendleton, George H., a Representative from remarks on the bill for the relief of Paul S. Ohio......... .........3, Forbes.

............. 1213, 1214 5, 6, 53, 79, 82, 83, 99, 100, 221, 222, 223, remarks on the resolution for the relief of 224, 225, 241,264, 265, 338, 414, 419, 435, Woodruff & Beach and others............. 1217 437,562, 653, 701, 703, 756, 801, 827,884, remarks on duties on imports...

1255 885,910,911,912,914,966,967,992,993, remarks on the resolution in regard to officers' 1161, 1199, 1325, 1328, 1335, 1405, 1422 servants

..1399, 1401 resolutions by...........

...3, 914, 1405 remarks on the Army appropriation bill, 1408 remarks on a resolution of inquiry in relation Pitcher, Charles A., bill (S. No. 338) for the reLo an early exchange of prisoners....99, 100 lief of.

.461, 465, 1146, 1253, 1397 remarks on a motion to reconsider the amend- | Pomeroy, Theodore M., a Representative from ment to the Constitution.........., ..221, New York ......700, 706, 934, 998, 999, 1402

222, 223, 224, 225, 241, 264, 265 remarks on rebellious States, bill (H. R. No. remarks on internal revenue bill..801, 884, 885 602)........

........998, 999 remarks on the bill to increase the pay of cer Port, bill (S. No. 410) to extend the boundaries tain officers of the Army .....................910 of the, of Philadelphia ..

......149, remarks on railroad communication with the

461, 832, 838, 880 capital of the United States....911, 912, 914 bill to constitute the harbor of Michigan City, remarks on the National Mississippi Bridge Indiana a, of entry, and to release the claim Company....

..966,993 of the General Government to the tonnage remarks on rebellious States, bill (H. R. No. duties of said harbor to the Michigan City 602)....

.....967 Harbor Company to aid in its improveremarks on the loan bill................ ..1199

ment

...500 remarks on the miscellaneous appropriation | Porter, Rear Admiral David D.-see Thanks of bill.........

Congress. remarks on Cabinet officers in Congress—see Postal laws, bill (S. No.390) relating to the..693, Appendix.

965, 966, 1035, 1198, 1256, 1266, 1333 Pennington, Lawrence.

........1211 remarks on the, byPensions; bill (H.R. No.597) making appropria

Mr. Ashley...

.1257 tions for the payment of invalid and oiher, Mr. Brooks....

1257 for the year ending June 30, 1866..35, 54, 119 Mr. Cole, of California............ 1256, 1257 bill to increase the, lwenty-five per cent, from Mr. Farnsworth

.1257 and after the 1st day of January, 1865...137 Mr. Finck........

1257 bill (S. No. 365) in relation to..........216, 567

Mr. Kasson ..............................

1257 joint resolution relative to revolutionary....500 Mr. Pruyn........

.1257 bill (H. R. No. 728). directing to be paid to Post Office and Post Roads, the Committee on each of the surviving soldiers of the Rev the, instructions to....

........3, olution, five in number, $300 as a gratuity,

82, 98, 107, 116, 157, 501, 617, 752, 929 in addition to the, now paid them, 562, 1084 reports from......

..82, 393, 828, 832 , by

......966 Mr. Law.......... ..562 ation........

..24, 90, 116 bill (H. R. No. 756) supplementary to the ser communications from the...

..44, eral acts relating to....... .......991,

47, 348, 465, 1085, 1328 1333, 1336, 1398, 1401 bill (H. R. No. 659) making appropriations for Perea, Francisco, a Delegate from New Mex the service of the, during the fiscal year endico............

................2, 1260 ing June 30, 1866.............214, 437, 461, 501 remarks on the miscellaneous appropriation bill (S. No. 389) relative to clerkships in the, bill.... .1260

305, 966, 1336 Perham, Sidney, a Representative from Maine, bill (S. No. 424) to facilitate the collection of

98, 727, 992, 1074, 1331, 1419 certain debts due the United States....... 727, remarks on the miscellaneous appropriation

752, 832, 964, 965, 974 bill........

..1331 bill to amend an act to provide for carrying the Perry, Lucretia M., widow of Nathaniel H., mails from the United States to foreign

joint resolution for the relief of.... 1397, 1398 ports, approved March 25, 1864..........82
Perry, Nehemiah, a Representative from New remarks on the, by-
Jersey......

740, 1161, 1264
Mr. Alley

.82 remarks on the resolution extending the time

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

..82 of the committee on the conduct of the || Poston, Charles D., a Delegate from Arizona...2, ......1264

27, 108, 414, 587, 1319, Pierce, William, bill (S. No. 422) for the relief

1320, 1321, 1322, 1323 of..........

.........995, 1336
resolutions by.........

.............. 108, 414 Pike, Frederick A., a Representative from remarks on the miscellaneous appropriation Maine.......

...........31, 81, 107, bill..................1319, 1320, 1321, 1322, 1323 116, 117, 189, 214, 257, 278, 323, 324, 351, || Post road, bill to establish a certain.............. 465 418, 419, 420, 435, 436, 504, 506, 509, 570, bill (S. No. 413) to establish a bridge across the 596, 598, 619, 623, 624, 627, 702, 703, 802, Ohio river at Cincinnati, Ohio, a ..........693, 883, 904, 979, 1073, 1114, 1210, 1213, 1214,

727, 805, 832 1217, 1254, 1255, 1397, 1399, 1401, 1408 | Post roads, bill to amend an act to aid in the resolutions by.. ........81, 116, 189, 214, 1114 construction of a railroad and telegraph line remarks on the bill to establish a navy-yard at from the Missouri river to the Pacific ocean, New London, Connecticut..... ........31

257 remarks on the deficiency bill (H. R. No. 620), bill to declare certain roads military, and...653

107, 278, 418, 419 bill (S. No. 392) supplementary to an act apremarks on the legislative, executive, and judi proved July 14, 1862, to establish certain, cial expenses of the Government, 323, 324

797, 805, 832 remarks on ways and means, bill (H. R. No. bill (H. R. No. 774) to establish certain...966, 677) .......

....351

1397, 1398, 1401, 1403 remarks on Cabinet officers in Congress....420 Pott, Charles M., bill (H. R. No. 478) for the remarks on assistant inspectors of steamboatş, relief of........

......... 80, 98, 119

436 Powell, W. H., joint resolution authorizing a remarks on the naval appropriation bill....506, contract with, for a picture for the Capitol, 509, 598, 623, 624, 627, 1073

510, 618, 776, 1205 (See Appendix.)

yeas and nays on the ........ ago..... 777

Pratt, Alexander F., bill (H. R. No. 574) for the relief of....

465, 466 President of the United States, calls upon the, for information......

..3, 4, 6, 47, 501, 617, 665, 838, 929 communications from the...

..13, 119, 175, 688, 729, 807, 1398, 1423 elect, committee to notify the, of reëlection,

756, 776 annual message of, and accompanying reports

see Appendix. President Lincoln, acceptance by, of the office of President ...........

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

...1263 Price, Hiram, a Representative from lowa...38,

41, 43, 44, 69, 277, 303, 304, 305,341, 346, 347, 351, 353, 354, 355, 414, 586, 616, 992, 1080, 1119, 1149, 1160, 1167, 1168, 1270,

1271, 1318, 1319, 1331, 1402, 1404, 1419 resolutions by

.. 69, 616, 1402 remarks on the state of the Union.........43, 44 remarks on the deficiency bill (H.R. No. 620),

277 remarks on the legislative, executive, and judicial expenses of the Government..........303,

304, 305, 341, 346, 347, 1149 remarks on ways and means, bill (H. R. No. 677)..........

.....351, 353, 354, 355 remarks on the enrollment bill, 1080, 1119, 1160 remarks on the loan bill......... .... 1167, 1168 remarks on the miscellaneous appropriation

bill.................1270, 1271, 1318, 1319, 1331 Printing, the Joint Committee on, resolutions of

instruction lo.............33, 277, 616, 666, 870 reports from .............257, 340, 964,992, 1415 Printing, Public, Superintendent of the, annual report of the...

................340 joint resolution (H. R. No. 174) authorizing

the, to purchase paper......964, 1396, 1403 remarks on the, by

Mr. Baldwin, of Massachusetts.........964
Mr. Kasson.........

.............964 Prisoners, joint resolution (s. No. 97) advising

retaliation for the cruel treatment of, by the insurgents

........653, 1336 exchange of........

.......755 Prisons, resolution relating to the persons con

fined in the Old Capitol and Carroll .........318 remarks on the byMr. Coffroth.....

.........319 Mr. Cox.........

.318, 319 Mr. Davis, of Maryland.... .318, 319 Mr. Dawes

.319, 320 Mr. Ganson ..........

.318,319, 320 Mr. Garfield....

......320 Mr. Kasson........

...319 Mr. O'Neill, of Ohio

.320 Mr. Stevens....................... 318, 319, 320

Mr. Washburne, of Illinois...... yeas and nays on the.......,

-320, 321 Private Land Claims, the Committee on, reports from......

...667, 1073, 1074 Private land claims, bill for the adjustment of,

in the Territories of Arizona and New Mexico........

.......500 Private property, bill in relation to the appropriation of, to the public use.........

...997 Privilege, breach of-see Field, A. P.; Buller,

Major General B. F.
Pruyn, John V. L., a Representative from New
York... ........ 65, 66, 84,98, 126, 146, 150,

154, 246, 510, 545, 546, 601, 618, 651, 652,
668, 669,683, 698, 699, 702, 707, 736, 760,
761, 781, 782, 834, 836, 837, 839, 840, 906,
907, 934, 974, 992, 995, 1037, 1042, 1043,
1044, 1071, 1114, 1146, 1150, 1152, 1161,
1162, 1163, 1167, 1198, 1199, 1200, 1201,

1257, 1259, 1271, 1411, 1420, 1421, 1423 resolution by ..................

.............84 remarks on the state of the Union.............126 remarks on a motion to reconsider the amend.

ment to the Constitution..........150, 154, 246 remarks on a ship-canal around Niagara falls.............

...........545, 546 remarks on the naval appropriation bill ......601 remarks on Army appropriation bill... 651, 652 remarks on the internal revenue bill..........698,

699, 760, 761, 781, 782, 834,

836, 837, 839, 840, 906, 907 remarks on breach of privilege..................974 remarks on the Metropolitan Railroad Company.......

.........995 remarks on the Indian appropriation bill... 1037,

1042, 1043, 1044 remarks on the condition of Indian tribes...1071

Mr. Johnson, of Pennsylvania.......562 Post office Department, calls upon the, for inform

.....320

war..

Q.

.....24

Year 1865.....

Pruyn, John V. L., a Representative from New Public lands-Continued.

traurilanka York-Continued.

bill to quiet the titles to certain, granted to the Quarantine and health laws, bill (H.R. No. 563) remarks on the enrollment bill................. 1114 State of Wisconsin to aid in the construc in addition to the act respecting, approved remarks on the legislative, executive, and judi tion of certain railroads...............562, 1035

February 25, 1799 ........

........15, 66 cial expenses of the Government, 1150, 1152 bill for the organization of the Territory of

1162, remarks on the loan bill... Arizona into a land district.... ....587

R. 1163, 1167, 1198, 1199, 1200, 1201 joint resolution (S. R. No. 92) to postpone | Radford, William, a Representative from New remarks on the bill relating to postal laws, 1257 and prevent the sale for less than their ap York.

....702, remarks on the miscellaneous appropriation praised value of certain Indian lands in Min

703, 705, 709, 710, 736, 737, bill............ ...... 1259, 1271, 1423 nesota..

...596

738, 739, 740, 741, 870, 879 Public Buildings and Grounds, the Committee on, bill (H. R. No. 745) granting, to the State of remarks on the internal revenue bill..........879 instructions to.....

.............449,667 Michigan to aid in building a harbor and Railroad, joint resolution (S. No. 473) to extend Public Expenditures, the Committee on, report ship-canal at Portage Lake, Kewenaw the time for constructing the Burlington and from ....

.1263

Point, Lake Superior, 618, 838, 1262, 1401 Missouri river, in lowa, and filing a map of discharged from subject.........................643 remarks on the, by

relocation ....

........1041 Public Lands, the Committee on ...... ...79

Mr. Cox.....

1262 bill (H. R. No. 763) to amend an act to aid in instructions to.. ...7, 24, 79, 108, 414, 616

Mr. Driggs....

.1262, 1263 the construction of a, and telegraph line from reports from, 562, 684, 796, 838, 992, 1414, 1415

Mr. Holman....

1263 the Missouri river to the Pacific ocean, and discharged from subjects........

.795
Mr. Stevens.......

.1262, 1263 to secure to the Government the use of the Public lands, bill granting a quarter section of, yeas and nays on the........... ..1263 same for postal, military, and other purposes,

to every soldier, sailor, and marine who shall bill (S. No. 261) granting to the State of Wis approved July 1, 1862, and to amend an act
have served one year in the Army or Navy consin a donation of, to aid in the construc amendatory thereof, approved July 2, 1864,
during the rebellion....
tion of a ship-canal at the head of Sturgeon

1256, 1317, 1324 bill making a grant of, to aid in the construc bay, in the county of Door, in said State, bill (S. No. 295) making additional grants of tition of the St. Louis and Iron Mountain rail

to connect the waters of Green bay with lands to the State of Minnesota in alternate road.........

......24

Lake Michigan in said State ........687, 795 sections, to aid in the construction of a, in bill to confirm to the State of California selec yeas and nays on the...........

..795 said State .........

.......... 1337 fitions of, made in part satisfaction of dona. bill (H. R. No. 593) granting, to aid in the con bill (H. R. No. 710) making a grant of public cili tions by Congress......

............... 26 struction of certain railroads in the State of lands to the State of Michigan to aid in the bill (H. R. No. 604) to prevent deserters and California........

.727

construction of a, in said Slate.........776, others from acquiring, under the preëmption bill making a grant of, to the State of Michi

873, 1418 and homestead laws.... .............. 47, 838

gan to aid in the construction of a railroad yeas and nays on the .......... .........873 bill to amend an act making a grant of alter

in said State........

776, 873 joint resolution (S. R. No. 42) to extend the nate sections of the, to the State of Michi yeas and nays on the...... ... ........873 time for the reversion to the United States of began to aid in the construction of certain rail joint resolution (S. R. No. 42) to extend the the lands granted by Congress to aid in the roads in said State .......

.........65 time for the reversion to the United States of construction of a, from Pere Marquette to joint resolution for the adjustment of certain the, granted by Congress to aid in the con Flint, and for the completion of said road, land claims........ ..........202 struction of a railroad from Pere Marquette

795, 832, 838, 879 bill perfecting the title of certain locations of to Flint, and for the completion of said road, bill (H. R. No. 768) to facilitate, communica201 land in the State of Missouri................275

795, 832, 838, 879 tion with the capital of the United States, bill perfecting the titles of lands in Missouri bill (H. R. No. 710) relating to certain grants

911, 1198 is under the act of February 17, 1815.......275 of, made to the State of Michigan in the remarks on the, by Foill to amend an act granting, to the State of

......796, 807, 1418

Mr. Farnsworth....... ..911, 912, 914 SECI Oregon to aid in the construction of a military remarks on the, by

Mr. Ganson......

....912, 913 road from Eugene City to the eastern bound

Mr. Allison........

796, 807
Mr. Garfield

.....912 ary of the State.....

..275
Mr. Arnold...

.796
Mr. Pendleton ...................

..911, 912, 914 bill to secure to the several States the benefits Mr. Brown, of Wisconsin. 796, 797

Mr. Schenck ......

......912 of an act to enable the State of Arkansas and

Mr. Cobb........

..808

Mr. Thomas ..........912, 913, 914 Pilother States to reclaim the swamp and over

Mr. Higby..

..796
Mr. Wadsworth...

............912 fine flowed lands within their limits.............275

Mr. Holman...

.797, 807, 808 bill to provide for the construction of a line of, e bill donating, to the several States and Terri Mr. Kellogg, of Michigan.... .796 communication between the cities of Washitories for founding homes for disabled soldiers Mr. Spalding...

.796 ington and New York, and to constitute the and seamen

...297
Mr. Sievens......

...807 same a public highway and a military road bill making a grant of, to the State of Minne yeas and nays on the...... ..807, 808 and postal route of the United States...509, Ce sota to aid in the construction of a railroad bill (H. R. No. 604) to prevent deserters and

522 link from St. Cloud to the line of the Lake Supe others therein named from acquiring, under bill relating to the railroad bridge across the PE rior and Mississippi railroad in said State, 297 the preëmption and homestead laws......1414 Mississippi river, from Rock Island, in the bill for the support of common schools in Mis bill (H. R. No. 702) in relation to preëmption State of Illinois, to Davenport, in the State souri ......

................316 rights in Colorado Territory ..............1415 of lowa, to establish and declare the same a bill granting aid to certain railroad companies bill (H. R. No. 775) for the relief of the occu post route......

..........653 in Missouri .....

..... .316 pants of, in the ex-mission of San José, in bill (s. No. 413) to establish a bridge across bill to construct a wagon road from Lewiston, the State of California.........992, 1398, 1401 the Ohio river, at Cincinnati, Ohio, a port

in the Territory of Idaho, to Virginia City, bill (H. R. No. 222) to entinguish the Indian road.......... ............... 693, 727, 805, 832

in the Territory of Montana.......... .349 title to, in the Territory of Utah, suitable for bill providing for the construction of a, and tel-- bill (S. No. 463) to amend an act to amend the agricultural and mineral purposes.........967, egraph line through the Territories of Ari. aci making a grant of alternate sections of,

996, 1028 zona, New Mexico, and Colorado......... 753 to the State of Michigan to aid in the con bill (S. No. 114) making a grant of, to the State bill (H. R. No. 691) to authorize and nid in struction of certain railroads in said Slate, of Michigan to aid in the construction of cer the construction of a, connecting the Pacific, and for other purposes........349, 1041, 1337

tain railroads in said Slate.......... 1035, 1337 in California, with the Columbia river, in joint resolution (H. R. No. 99) reserving the bill (S. No. 380) supplemental to the act ap Oregon........

....337, 1161 mineral lands from the operation of all acts proved July 1, 1864, for the disposal of coal yeas and nays on the ............. ....1162 passed at the present session granting, or ex lands and of town property in the public do bill to aid in the construction of a, in the State iending the time of former grants.........378, main ....

........1111, 1147 of lowa, for the purpose of facilitating the 464, 478, 522 bill (S. No. 483) to amend an act donating, lo construction of the Union Pacific............437 bill to extend the time for the completion of the States and Territories which may provide bill (H. R. No. 763) to amend an act to aid in

certain railroads to which land grants have colleges for the benefit of agriculture and the the construction of a, and telegraph line from . been made, in the States of Michigan and mechanic arts.......

...... 1263, 1337 the Missouri river to the Pacific ocean, and Wisconsin......

........449 bill (H. R. No. 558) to authorize the issuing to secure to the Government the use of the et bill to confirm to California the swamp and of patents for certain, in the town of Stock same for postal, military, and other puradot. overflowed lands within that State.........500 bridge, State of Wisconsin, and for other poses, approved July 1, 1862.........257, 964 6 bill (H. R. No.761) extending the time for the purposes......

...1335, 1415, 1418 (See Public Lands.) completion of certain land-grant railroads joint resolution (S. R. No. 88) suspending the || Railroads, bill (S. No. 463) to amend an act to in Minnesota, and for other purposes...500, sale by sealed bids of the lands of the Kansas amend an act making a grant of alternate sec

796, 832, 1336, 1337, 1410 and Sac and Fox Indians.................... 1336 tions of public lands to the State of Michigan yeas and nays on the...................832, 1410 bill (S. No. 295) making additional grants of, to aid in the construction of certain, of said bili (H. R. No. 730) to provide for the subdi to ihe State of Minnesota, in alternate sec State, and for other purposes, 349, 1041, 1337

vision of the gold and silver lands of the tions, to aid in the construction of a railroad bill (H. R. No. 761) extending the time for the United States, and others containing valu in said State..........

............1337 completion of certain land-grant, in Minneable minerals, for the coining of the pro bill (H. R. No. 812) allowing the further time sota, and for other purposes.... ...500, ducts of such lands, and for other pur of five years to those holding lands by entries

796, 832, 1336, 1337, 1410 poses............. ........562, 684, 795 in the Virginia military district of Ohio, which bill (S. No. 114) making a grant of public lands remarks on the, by

were made prior to the 1st of January, 1852, to the State of Micbigan to aid in the con!!! Mr. Julian .............. .684, 685, 686, 687 to have the same surveyed and patented..1415 struction of certain, in said State ......... 1035, lore. Mr. Washburne, of Illinois..............684 ll Punishment of crimes--see District of Columbia.

1073, 1337

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......98

Railroads-Continued.

Rebellious States, bill (H. R. No. 602) to guarbill to authorize the extension of the Northern

anty to certain States whose governments Pacific railroad eastward to Ontonagon, State

have been usurped or overthrown a repubof Michigan, to provide for its connection east lican form of government-Continued. ward with the Ohio, Indiana, Michigan, and remarks on the, byCanadian system of, at Port Huron, Detroit, Mr. Le Blond....

.......938, 940 Toledo, Fort Wayne, and Dayton...449, 500 Mr. Mallory.....

.....937, joint resolution (H. R. No. 161) in relation to

970, 997, 998, 999, 1000, 1001, 1002 certain

........617, 1420 Mr. Miller, of Pennsylvania............ 1002 bill (H. R. No. 593) granting lands to aid in Mr. Pendleton........

.......967 the construction of certain, in the State of Mr. Pomeroy..

..998, 999 California......

.............. 727
Mr. Smith

.937, 938, 939 bill granting lands to aid in the construction of Mr. Stevens

..300, 1002 certain, in the State of California............26

Mr. Stiles.................

.291 (See District of Columbia.)

Mr. Upson................

.971 bill to amend an act making a grant of alter

Mr. Wilson.....

.281, nale sections of the public lands to the State

301, 968, 970, 997, 998, 1000, 1001 of Michigan to aid in the construction of Mr. Wood, Fernando...

....301, certain, in said State .......... ........ ... 65

937, 938, 939, 940, 941 (See Public Lands.)

yeas and nays on the.....301, 970, 971, 1002 bill extending the time for the completion of Rebels, message of the President in relation to a certain land-grant, in the State of Minne conference with......

729, 730 sota.....

...202 remarks on the, byRandall, Samuel J., a Representative from Penn Mr. Ashley.

731, 732 sylvania .....

..4, 5, 7, 8,

Mr. Brooks..... 730, 731, 732, 733 107, 267, 276, 277, 323, 370, 416, 417,448,

Mr. Cox.......

.734, 735 544, 545, 546, 570, 618, 1044, 1045, 1081,

Mr. Farnsworth.

.731 1082, 1117, 118, 1119, 1120, 1121, 1335,

Mr. Ingersoll.......

.732 1337, 1410, 1411, 1414, 1415, 1416, 1418

Mr. Jenckes......

.732 resolution by..........

........7
Mr. Kelley.

731, 732 remarks on the resolution creating a committee Mr. Mallory..

..734 of inquiry in relation to thc Philadelphia Mr. Stevens

.733, 734, 735 navy-yard

..............7, 8
Mr. Thayer...

..732 remarks on the bill to establish a navy-yard at Mr. Washburne, of Illinois........ 730, 733

New London, Connecticut-sec Appendix. Rebel States, resolution directing the Committee remarks on the legislative, executive, and judi on Commerce to inquire into the facts and

cial expenses of the Government...........323 circumstances connected with the trade with remarks on the deficiency bill (H. R. No. 620), the...........

.........415, 437,619, 650 416, 417, 448, 570 remarks on the, byremarks on a ship-canal around the falls of Mr. Alley ........

.415 Niagara...... .544, 545, 546 Mr. Davis, of Maryland.....

.415 remarks on the Indian appropriation bill... 1044 Mr. Eldridge......

.415 remarks on the enrollment bill... ..1081,

Mr. Farnsworth......

.415 1082, 1117, 1118, 1119, 1120, 1121

Mr. Frank .......

.415 Randall, William H., a Representative from Ken Mr. Schenck.

.415 tucky..... ..740, 752, 1213 Mr. Spalding.

.415 resolution by..........

.... 752
Mr. Upson.....

.415 Rations, bill io define the commulation value Mr. Washburne, of Illinois.......... .415 of..

.........65 Reconstruction-see Rebellious States. (See Army.)

Refugees-see Freedmen. Rebel, bill for the relief of loyal and innocent Register, Army-see Army.

part owners of personal property forfeited on Registers, joini resolution (H.R. No. 173) directaccount of the criminal acts of other part ing the Secretary of the Treasury to issue owners of it.........

.........500 American, to the British schooners Minnie (See Insurrectionary.)

Williams and E. M. Baxter.................914, Rebel debt, concurrent resolution against any

1035, 1155 recognition of the.....

........905, 1416 Reporter, resolution authorizing the Speaker to joint resolution (H. R. No. 391) in regard to appoint a competent stenographic..........116

the General Government passing a law to as. (See Stenographer.)
sume the debts of States incurred to aid in Reprimand of A. P. Field, of Louisiana.......991
suppressing the rebellion......

...910 Retaliation-see Prisoners.
Rebel landholders, bill (H. R. No. 579) to pro Revenue, resolution instructing the Committee of
vide for the forfeiture of the fee of....

....4, Ways and Means to consider the propriety

1005, 1025 of reducing the tariff on coffee, sugar, tea, yeas and nays on the......... ..1025, 1026 and similar articles ........

..3 Rebellious States, the select committee on..... 14 yeas and nays on laying on the table the......3 report from .....

...53 resolution instructing the Committee of Ways bill (H. R. No. 602) to guaranty to certain and Means to report an amendment to the,

States whose governments have been bill taxing stocks of domestic liquors on usurped or overthrown a republican form hand.

.......3 of government.....

........53, yeas and nays on laying on the table the...3 81, 234, 280, 298, 643, 934, 967, 997 yeas and nays on the adoption of the .......3 remarks on the, by

joint resolution (H. R. No. 124) explanatory Mr. Arnold......

...281

of the act to provide internal, to support Mr. Ashley.... ... 280, 281, 299, 300, the Government, to pay interest on the

301, 935, 967, 968, 969, 997, 1001, 1002 public debt, and for other purposes, apMr. Blair.....

1002, 1003 proved June 30, 1864 ...........4, 11, 14, 53 Mr. Blow-see Appendix.

remarks on the, byMr. Cox..................967, 998, 1000, 1002 Mr. Brooks

.11, 12, 14 Mr. Cravens....

........971
Mr. Dawes................

11 Mr. Davis, of Maryland..

..281,
Mr. Kasson........

.12
301, 969, 970, 971, 1002 Mr. Myers, L..........

12 Mr. Dawes..........934, 935, 936, 998, 1001

Mr. Stevens....

..11, 12, 14 Mr. Edgerton...

........967

Mr. Washburne, of Illinois.. .....11 (See Appendix.)

joint resolution (S. No. 78) for the appointMr. Eldridge.

...997, 998 ment of a commission on the subject of Mr. Eliot........ 281, 291, 298, 299, 300, 968 raising, by taxation ....

.......37 Mr. Ganson ..........

.300,967

yeas and nays on laying on the table the, 27 Mr. Higby..

.1000 bill(H. R. No. 603) to extend the time allowed Mr. Holman ............

..967, 968 for the withdrawal of certain goods therein Mr. Kelley......

.281, 282, named from certain stores..........56, 80, 119 283, 284, 285, 286, 287, 288, 289, bill to amend the, laws by changing the time

290, 291, 300, 936, 937, 968, 1002 for levying the lax on whisky to be manu. Mr. Kernan.....

.........281, 999

factured.....

Revenue-Continued.
bill (H. R. No. 618) to amend the act to pro-

vide internal, to support the Government,
to pay interest on the public debt, approved

June 30, 1864................67, 103, 108, 119 remarks on the, byMr. Holman......

.67 Mr. Morrill......

.68 Mr. Sievens......

... 67, 68 Mr. Washburne, of Illinois.. .......68 yeas and nays on the .......... ...... 68, 69 bill to levy duties upon tobacco and ils manu

factures bill to constitute the city of St. Joseph, in the

State of Missouri, a port of delivery......115 joint resolution to promote the diffusion of

knowledge in the United States by the suspension of duties on imported printing paper..

...137 bill (H. R. No. 729) to amend the act relating to

officers employed in the examination and appraisement of imported merchandise in

the district of New York.........562, 1030 remarks on the, byMr. Chanler........

.1030, 1031 Mr. Holman .......................

1030 Mr. Odell............

..1031 Mr. Washburne, of Illinois...... 1030, 1031

Mr. Wood, Fernando ......... ....1031 bill (H. R. No. 739) to regulate the fees of cus

tom-house officers on the northern, northeastern, and northwestern frontiers of the

United States.............596, 1034, 1401, 1402 bill (S. No. 454) supplemental to an act to an

nex a part of the State of New Jersey to the collection district of New York, and to ap: point an assistant collector to reside at Jersey City, approved February 21, 1863...880,

992, 1033 bill (H. R. No. 690) to revive certain provis

ions of the act further to provide for the collection of duties on imports and tonnage, approved March 2, 1815, and for

other purposes........1032, 1118, 1123, 1202 remarks on the, byMr. Chanler........

.1033 Mr. Eliot......

.1032, 1033 bill (H. R. No. 783) concerning the collection district of Salem and Beverly, in Massachu

.....1032, 1118, 1123, 1202 bill (H. R. No. 795,) amendatory of certain acts imposing duties on foreign importations,

1146, 1205, 1253, 1402, 1412, 1420 remarks on the, byMr. Brooks.......

.1206, 1254 Mr. Cole, of California.....

1206 Mr. Cox....... 1206, 1207, 1254, 1255, 1256 Mr. Davis, of Maryland...

..1256 Mr. Davis, of New York, 1206, 1254, 1255 Mr. Eldridge

..1255 Mr. Grinnell....

.1206, 1207 Mr. Griswold .............

.1254 Mr. Holman

.1205 Mr. Kasson....

1207 Mr. Kernan

1255 Mr. Mallory..

.1255, 1256 Mr. Miller, of Pennsylvania ............ 1256 Mr. Morrill... 1205, 1206, 1207, 1255, 1256 Mr. Pike......

1255 Mr. Scofield...

1206 Mr. Stevens......... .1206, 1254, 1255 Mr. Strouse.........

1207 Mr. Ward....

.1205, 1255 Mr. Woodbridge.

1256 yeas and nays on the..

1256 bill (H. R. No. 772) to provide ways and means for the support of the Government,

1162, 1198, 1262 remarks on the, by

Mr. Boulwell................1168, 1200, 1201
Mr. Brooks.....

.1200, 1201 Mr. Broomall........1199, 1202, 1204, 1205 Mr. Coffroth......

1204 Mr. Cox........ Mr. Davis, of Maryland.... ... 1165,

1166, 1168, 1201, 1202, 1205 Mr. Eldridge........

..1199, 1205 Mr. Garfield .......

..1199 Mr. Griswold..

. 1204 Mr. Higby.

...........1167, 1199, 1201 Mr. Holman....

.1198, 1199, 1205 Mr. Hooper...1162, 1163, 1164, 1165, 1166,

1167, 1168, 1198, 1199, 1201, 1204, 1205 Mr. Ingersoll.....

.1200, 1201

setts...

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......1201

........... 65

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