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Railroad - Continued. Your Railroads, resolution instructing the Commit- Railroad Company, bill (S. No. 176) in aidi

roag | joint resolution (S. R. No. 137) extending tee on Commerce to inquire into the expe- of the Union Pacific, eastern division, sup

the time for the completion of the diency of regulating the various, in the plemental to an act approved July 1, 1862, Northern Pacific-[By Mr. Ramsey.]

United States that extend into two or more and the aets amendatory thereof-[By Mr. referred, 2624; reported, 2653 ; discussed, States, the rates of fare, freights, &c. Henderson.] 2653, 2689; passed, 2690. [By Mr. Davis, January 7, 1867.]

referred, 79. In House : received from Senate, 2712; agreed to, 343.

resolution calling for a statement of the tabled, 4342

bill (H. R. No. 267) to declare forfeited to amount of bonds issued to the Union remarks by-

the United States certain lands granted Pacific, and its branches, the account Mt. Conness.

2689, 2690

to aid in the construction of, in the States s between the United States and said comMr. Harlan.......

2690

of Alabama, Mississippi, Louisiana, and pany, and the length of the line on each Mr. Hendricks

......... 2689
Florida.

0road already completed and acceptedMr. Howard ......

2653

received from House, 984; referred, 984; [By Mr. Howard, December 10, 1867.] Mr. Pomeroy.

2689, 2690
reported and recommitted, 3146.

agreed to, 98.
Mr. Ramsey 2653, 2689, 2690

joint resolution (H. R. No. 263) to declare bill (H. R. No. 155) granting a certain right Mr. Sherman. 2653, 2689, 2690 the meaning of the acts relating to ors of way to the Hudson River West Shore. Mr. Trumbull.

..2690
Pacific.

received froin House and referred, 128 ; bill (S. No. 502) granting lands to aid in

received from House, 2433; referred, 2440. reported, 145; passed, 145; enrolled,

bill (H. R. No. 1052) amendatory of an act the construction of a, and telegraph

mont bavio line from Irving, Kansas, to Albu

entitled "An act granting public lands resolution calling for a statement of the querque and Santa Fe, New Mexico

to the State of Wisconsin to aid in the amount of United States bonds issued (By Mr. Pomeroy.] ) og

construction of, in said State," ap- to the Union Pacific, and its branches, referred, 2689.

proved June 3, 1856.

at the interest paid by the Government bill (S. No. 515) in aid of the Union Pacific,

received from House, 2904 ;' referred, 2904; 192 upon such bonds, and the interest repaid eastern division-[By Mr. Drake.]

reported, 3983; passed, 4451, 4452; en- by said several railroad companies to rolled, 4501.

mwisathe United States-[By Mr. Howard, referred, 2895.

bill (S. No. 541) to amend an act entitled December 16, 1867.] ! ) bill (S. No. 556) to revive the grant of lands * An act to aid the construction of eer- agreed to, 196. nary

to aid in the construction of a, from tain, in the State of Wisconsin,'' ap- joint resolution (1. R. No. 126) changing Selma to Gadsden, in the State of Ala

proved May 5, 1864–[By Mr. Howe.] all the time of holding the annual meeting bama, and to extend the time for the referred, 8116.

of the stockholders of the Union Pacific. completion of said road-[By Mr. bill (H. R. No. 767) to regulate the dis- received from House, 196; referred, 197; Pomeroy.)

position of lands that may be hereafter 119 reported and passed with amendment, referred, 3240. me!

granted to aid in the construction of. 4219; enrolled, 244.597 noinloe91 bil (S. No. 557) for completing a direct and received from House, 4451 ; referred, 4453. bill (S. No. 144) granting the right of way

continuous line of, from Washington Railroad companies, joint resolution (H. R. Yin through the lands of the United States
cily to Mobile and other points South, No. 91) concerning certain lands granted at West Point to the Hadson River West
creating a post route from Washington to, in the States of Miebigan and Wis- Shore-[By Mr. Morgan. ]stas
city to Mobile and New Orleans [By consin.

indefinitely postponed, 196. 10 il Mr. Pomeroy.]

received from House, 119; referred, 123 ; bill (S. No. 212) to grant lands to the referred, 3240 ; referred anew, 3314. reported, 163; discussed, 243, 922; passed Northern Michigan, ia extension of

the joint resolation (S. R. No. 152) to extend with amendments. 999 ; concurred in by Northern Pucific railroad--[By Mr. the time for the completion of the West 1 House with amendment, 2488; called up,

Howard.]

idmuo 2010: Wiscousin-[By Mr. Pomeroy.] 161 2488; discussed, 2507, 2509; concurred referred, 271. 1.estu 071671695 reported, 3568 ; passed, 3672. "in by Senate, 2512 ; enrolled, 2518.

bill (S. No. 85) to authorize the Southern In llouse : received from Senate, 3705 ; remarks by-oh

.920 Minnesota, to construct a bridge across tabled, 4478.

Mr. Chandler. ..........

H......2507,

the Mississippi river between La Crosse, joint resolution (H. R. No. 316) extending

od 102509, 2510, 2511, 2512 in the State of Wisconsin, and the lopthe time for the completion of the North- 10. Mr. Conkling....... 923, 2508, 2511, 2512 posite bank of said river, in the State of ern Pacific.

08951

Mr. Doolittle, 244, 923, 2508, 2510, 2512 Dinnesota-[By Mr. Norton. ] 1999 received from House, 3570; called up, Mr. Edmunds.................244, 922, 923, reported, 653. basag bata bata 3570; passed, 3571; enrolled, 3580.

2488, 2507, 2508, 2509, 2510, 2511 bill (S. No. 256) relating to the Central bill (S. No. 73) granting lands to aid in the

Mr. Fessenden...

.......244, 2508 foss. Branch Union Pacific-[By Mr. Howconstruction of a, and telegraph line

(15. Mr. Harlan ........

2509, 2510 card. ]

Mr. Hendricks. from the city of Lawrence, in the State

.243, 244, 923 reported, 625; called up, 999 ; discussed, of Kansas, to the boundary line between

Mr. Howard........... ....923, 999 999; motion to take up, 1117, 1143 the United States and Mexico, in the

ei Mr. Howe....... 243, 244, 922, 923, 999, called up, 1442; discussed, 1887, 2085, direction of the city of Guaymas, on the

13. 10. 2488, 2507, 2508, 2510, 2511, 2512 3279; amendment submitted, 3424 ; Gulf of California-[By Mr. Pomeroy.]

ILMr. Johnson..... .....2509, 2511 discussed, 4448 151 reported, 3708.

- Mr. Morton...923, 999, 2508, 2509, 2511 remarks by

Mr. Pomeroy..........163, 922, 923, 2511 joint resolution (H. R. No. 324) to extend

Mri Conkling........... .1889, 1890, Mr. Sherman... ......2510

1891, 1892, 1893, 1894, 1895, the time for the completion of the West

Mr. Trumbull.

........2509 Wiseonsin.

LOT 1896, 1897, 1898, 3280, 3282, O Mr. Williams.....

244, 2511

bus loilo 3285, 3291, 3293, 4443, 4444 received from House,3748; passed, 3709; enrolled, 3770.

yeas and nays on the.........999, 2510, 2511 Mr. Conness..... ...........4443, 4444

resolution calling for a statement showing Lina Mr. Cragin ....................... 3292 bill (S. No. 603) to aid in the construction

in the comparative rates now paid by the (..: Mr. Doolittle.....8286, 3293, 294, 4444 of the International Pacific, from Cairo,

United States for the transportation of bas Mr. Drake......the.-1893, 1894, 4444 Illinois, to the Rio Grande river, to troops and military stores to certain

Mr. Edmunds........ 1890, 1891, 1897, authorize the consolidation of certain Bu [By Mr. Wilson, February 13, 1868.]

Just 1898, 1899, 2087, 8279, 3280, railroad companies, and to provide agreed to, 1143.itu lan ikago

3281, 3282, 3283, 3284, 3285, homesteads for the laborers on said billo(S. No. 450) relative to filing reports

3286, 3287, 3289, 3290, 3291 roads-[By Mr. McDonald.] fra bar of-[By Mr. Howard.] Tour

881 Mr. Fessenden... 1000, 1118, 1143, 1442, referred, 3818.

88.80

reported, 2009; passed, 2275 y passed AED 11443, 1899, 2087, 3288, 3280, 4444 joint resolution (S. R. No. 157) in relation O House with amendment, 3324; con- Mr. Frelingbuysen.....................4444 to the Union Pacific, eastern division

curred in, 3325; enrolled, 3348; ap- U? Mr. Harlan, 2086, 2087, 3279, 3281,3283, [By Mr. Drake.]

proved, 3714.20

?!! 32871 3289, 3290, 3291, 3292, 4444 reported, 3900.

8 In House : received from Senate, 2289; itt: Mr. Henderson .......... 3292, 3293 bill (S. No. 631) granting lands to aid in the to referred, 2544; reported and passed 19. Mr. Hendricks

........1899, coustruction of a, from Nebraska City, with amendment, 3328; enrolled, 3365;

3282, 3283, 3284, 3292, 3293 in the State of Nebraska, to intersect 0 approved, 3761.

16 Mr. Howard.........625, 999, 1000, 1001, with the Union Pacific railroad-[By bill (S. No. 583) in relation to the trans

1117, 1118, 1143, 1442, 1443, 1887, Mr. Tipton.] portation of United States mails by

1889, 1891, 1892, 1895, 1897, 1898, referred, 4197; reported, 4264.

[By Mr. Ramsey.]

F?, 1899, 3279, 3280, 3282, 3283, 3284, resolution requesting the Secretary of the referred, 3608 ; reported, 3671.

Ort 3286, 3290. 9291, 3294, 4443, 4444 Interior to suspend the execution of his bill (H. R. No. 1417) granting the right of 11. Mr. Howe...1118, 3290, 3292, 3293, 4444 order restoring to market the lands here- no way to certain, over the military reser- MH. Mr. Johnson.........

1887 tofore withdrawn by him for the use of (17vation at Fort Leavenworth, Kansas. TEMr. Morrill, of Maine...... 1889 the Southern, in California-[By Mr. received from House, 4400; referred, 4403; 01 Mr. Morrill, of Vermont... 1001, Stewart, July 25, 1868.] ah reported and passed, 4452; enrolled, SA

1442, 1889, 2085 agreed to, 4452. 8054501.

*bMr. Morton .................. 1804, 1895

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Railroad Company, bill (S. No. 256) - Con | Bailroad Company-Continued. tinued.

resolution calling for the reports of the Union remarks by

Pacific-[By Mr. Howard, July 3, 1868. ]
Mr. Pomeroy.

1889, agreed to, 3710.
1890, 1891, 1892, 1893, 1894, 1895, bill (S. No. 601) granting land to the Terri-
1896, 1897, 1899, 2087, 3279, 3280, tory of Dakota in aid of the Sioux City

5281, 3285, 3286, 3287, 3293, 4444 and Pacific, authorizing said company Mr. Ramsey.

.1899, 3289

to extend said road through the erriMr. Sherman

..., 1000,

tory of Dakota-[By Mr. Howe.) 1117, 1143, 1442, 1443, 1896, 3286 referred, 3817. Mr. Sumner.......................

...1889, 4444 Mr. Trumbull.........

bill (8. No. 607) to amend an act incorpo...3280

rating the Washington and GeorgeMr. Williams..

1897, 4444

town--[By Mr. Nye.] yeas and nays on the ......... 1890, 4444

referred, 3857. bill (H. R. No. 96) to authorize the Southern Minnesota, to construct and main.

joint resolution (S. R. No. 160) relating to tain a bridge across the Mississippi river,

the Territorial Central Pacific-[By Mr. and to establish a post route.

Cole.) received from House, 674; read, 699;

referred, 4071. discussed, 1037; passed, 1038; enrolled, Ramsey, Alexander, a Senator from Min1071.

nesota...

1 bill (8. No. 276) to grant lands to the North

petitions presented by, 37, 217, 404, 649, 786, ern Michigan, in extension of the North

998, 1025, 1069, 1117, 1202, 1310, 1370, ern Pacific railroad-(By Mr. Howard.]

1428, 1567, 1644, 1741, 1775, 1886, 1910, referred, 678; reported, 1230; recom

2030, 2067, 2227, 2240, 2258, 2329, 2583, mitted, 1970; reported, 2009; motion

2623, 2686, 2687, 2958, 2995, 3073, 3347 to take up, 4024, 4146.

bills introduced bybill (s. No. 293) to grant lands and aid to No. 199--for the relief of settlers on the

the Port Royal, in the States of South late Sioux reservation, in the State of Carolina and Georgia-[By Mr. Pom

Minnesota ..............

........ 196 eroy ]

No. 252-to create an additional land disreferred, 788; reported, amended, printed, triet in the State of Minnesota...... 519

and recommitted, 1515 ; reported, 1644, No. 297--to amend an act entitled "An act resolution instructing the Committee on the to authorize the construction of certain

District of Columbia to inquire what bridges, and to establish them as post legislation is necessary to secure safety

roads"

..........816 and convenience to those who ride in No. 364—for the protection of the settlers the street cars of the Metropolitan-[By within the Fort Ridgely military reserMr. Conkling, February 5, 1868. ]

vation, Minnesota......... ........... 1204 agreed to, 981.

No. 365-to prevent abuses of the franking bill (H. R. No. 420) to incorporate the Con

privilege........

..... 1204 necticut Avenue and Park, in the Dis. No. 368-o amend the postal laws and trict of Columbia.

increase the efficiency of the postal received from House, 2417; referred, 2417; service......

1230 reported, 2594 ; passed with amend. No. 369—to provide for mail service bements, 3713; concurred in by House, tween Abercrombie, Dakota Territory, 8872; enrolled, 3904.

and Helena, in Montana Territory, 1230 bill (H. R. No. 1062) to grant the right of No.395—for the relief of the heirs of per: way to the Whitehall and Plattsburg.

sons in the military or paval service of received from House and referred, 2488; the United States wbo may have ini.

reported and passed, 2507 ; enrolled, tiated claims to the public lands under 2518.

the provisions of the homesteud laws of bill (S. No. 612) granting land to Iowa and the United States......................... 1461

Missouri State Line-[By Mr. Thayer.] No. 407—to amend an act supplementary referred, 2789.

to an act entitled “ An act to grant bill' (S. No. 526) to amend an act incorporat- pensions," approved July 14, 1862, 1515

ing the Washington and Georgetown- No. 415-to create an additional land dis. [By Mr. Corbett.)

trict in the Territory of Dakota, to be referred, 2922 ; reported adversely, 3213. called the Pembina district........... 1644 bill (S. No. 532) to incorporate the Union- No. 455-to reorganize the Post Office

town and Washington City, in the Dis- Department and fix the pay of its offitrict of Columbia—[By Mr. Harlan.)

• cers......

....2030 referred, 3051 ; reporied, 3708.

No. 478-to amend an act entitled "An act bill (S. No. 670) for a grant of land and for the removal of the Sissiton, Warpe

granting the right of way over the pub. ton, Medawakanton, and Warpekuta lic lands to the Denver Pacific, and bands of Sioux or Dakota Indians,

Telegraph Company--(By Mr. Harlan.) and for the disposition of their lands referred, 3504 ; reported, 8783 ; discussed, in Minnesota and Lakota," approved 4485, 4440; passed, 4442.

March 3, 1863........

..2436 In Horse : received from Senate, 4471. No. 479-toauthorize the establishment of remarks by

ocean mail service by American steamMr. Buckalew.........

4435, 4439 ships between the United States and Mr. Cole .....

..4438 the north and south of Europe, and Mr. Conkling ...... 4439, 4440, 4441, 4442 between the United States and the Med. Mr. Conness ......4436, 4440, 4441, 4442 iterranean ports of Asia and Africa, 2436 Mr. Cragin....

...4442 No. 480—to provide for the change of name Mr. Doolittle......4436, 4438, 4439, 4442 or location of national banking a990Mr. Drake, 4435, 4436, 4439, 4440, 4441

ciations .........

.2436 Mr. Fessenden ........ 4436, 4437, 4439 No. 483_relative to the repayment of Mr. Frelinghuysen .......

.4438

fees paid on canceled homestead en. Mr. Harlan ......... 3504, 4436, 4437, 4439

tries.

...... 2506 Mr. Howard..

.3733, No. 558-o extend the limits of certain 4436, 4437, 4438, 4439, 4442 land grants in lowa and Minnesota, 3240 Mr. Morgan

....4441, 4442 No. 578—10 regulate trade between the Mr. Patterson, of New Hampshire, 4440 United States and the British North Mr. Pomeroy

.4439, 4441

American Provinces........ ..........3540 Mr. Sherman......4436, 4438, 4439, 4442 No. 683-in relation to the transportation Mr. Stewart

..4436, 4437

of United States mails by railroad com: Mr. Trninbull ............................. 4440

panies.........

... 8608 Mr. Wilson ...

No. 589—to establish certain post roads. < yeas and mays on the..... .... ......... 4442

8708

Ramsey, Alexander, a Senator from Minde

sota-Continued. bills introduced byNo. 608--to incorporate the United States

Postal Telegraph Company and to estahlish a postal telegraph system ......3901 No. 622-to authorize the construction of

bridges across the Ohio river........4093 joint resolutions introduced by No. 76_authorizing the several Executive

Departments of the Governinent to pur. chase paper and envelopes of the Treas. ury Department ...... ......... 196 No. 96--for the relief of certain Winne

bago Indians residing in Minnesota, 816 No. 119-authorizing the Secretary of War

to take charge of the Gettysburg and

Antietam national cemeteries........ 1694 No. 134 authorizing a change of mail service between Fort Abercrombie and Helena ....

......2436 No. 137–extending the time for the completion of the Northern Pacific railroad,

2624 resolutions submitted by directing the Committee on Foreign Rela

tions to inquire into the expediency of a treaty between the United States and

the Dominion of Canada containing cer• tain specified provisions—[December 9, 1867). .......

..79 instructing the Secretary of the Senate to

pay to the widow of Hon. George Reed Riddle, late Senator from Delaware, the mileage due at the commencement of the present session of Congress-[December 10, 1867)............

.......98 for printing extra copies of the Postmas

ter General's report--[December 10, 1867).......

..........98 concerning the military reservation at

Fort Ridgely, Minnesota-[December 20, 1867).......

................. 309 for printing ten thousand copies of report

of the Commissioner of General Land

Office-[January 13, 1868)............471 calling for a report of the names of the

several claimants for indemnity for depredations by the Sioux Indians in Minnesota under the act of February 16, 1863, &c.-[March 3, 1868).........1621 directing Committee on Pensions to in

quire into the expediency of so amand-
ing the pension laws that the marriage
of a deceased soldier's widow shall no
longer work a forfeiture of her pension-
(April 7, 1868]

..2260 for printing the letter of the Secretary of

the Treasury, inclosing the report of James W. Taylor upon gold and silver mines and mining east of the Rosky

mountains-[May 13, 1868).........2436 calling for correspondence recently had

with the authorities of Great Britain in relation to a new postal treaty-[day 28, 1868).....

2624 for printing additional copies of Executive

Document No. 240, H. R., parts one

and two--[June 27, 1868). ...3532 reports made by...

145, 271, 404, 552, 721, 845, 880, 1036, 1095, 1310, 1370, 1669, 1807, 1834, 1863, 1976, 2030, 2114, 2556, 2628, 8240, 8504, 3671, 3672,

3708, 3814, 4035, 4093, 4146, 4264, 4403 motions made by......

318, 344, 884, 765, 778, 1143, 1156, 1230, 1257, 1622, 1628, 1759, 1808, 2258, 2365, 2433, 2689, 2996, 3213, 8504, 3710, 3841,

3916, 4145, 4271, 4281, 4321, 4396, 4152 incidental remarks by......

..122, 256, 343, 344, 880. 1070, 1461, 1501, 1779, 1782, 1900, 2222, 2260, 2307, 2331, 2435, 2624, 2750, 2958, 3463, 3541, 3552,

3608, 3681, 4123, 4264, 4265, 4360, 4153 remarks on the resolution in reference to

our relations with British America.....79 on the bill to repeal the cotton tax.....198,

229, 256 on the bill to authorize the purchase of

paper, &c., of the Treasury Department.

.196, 404, 499, 500

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Ramsey, Alexander,la Senator from Minne Ramsey, Alexander, a Senator from Minne. Reconstruction,, bill (H. R. No. 214) -Consota--Continued. sota-Continued.

tinued. remarks on deficiency bill (H. R. No. 313), remarks on the Indian appropriation bill, remarks by274, 277, 278, 279, 280, 281 4077, 4099, 4102, 4103, 4119, 4273, 4274

Mr. Fessenden...

....... 1290, on the bill for the relief of William on tbe Ohio river bridge bill.. ..4093,

1292, 1310, 1411, 1112 Shunk................

..344
4145, 4146, 4199, 4283, 4290, 4292

Mr. Grimes ......

12:10 on the bill to suspend the further reduc- on the bill relating to postal laws......4111

Mr. Hendricks

1289, tion of the corrency...884, 531, 532, 533 on the deficiency bill (H. R. No. 1341),

1411, 1412, 1413, 1411, 1416, 1417 on the La Crosse bridge bill, 699, 1037, 1038

4171, 4172
Mr. Johnson......................

...1288. 1414 on the joint resolution in reference to the on the resolution for a recess from July,

Mr. Mortou.

........................1290, 1316 maritime exhibition at Havre........ 767

4276
Mr. Pomeroy

...............................1414 on the bill in addition to the tenure-of- on the joint resolution concerning the Dr. Saulsbury.

1292 office act........

......846, 878,

China mail service..............4282, 4283 Mr. Sherman....... 1290, 1414, 1415, 1417 960, 961, 964, 965, 1029, 1030, 1036 on. the bill relating to the adıninistration

Mr. Sumner..

.1292 on the bill for the relief of the heirs of of territorial governments ........... 4452, Mr. Trumbull.....

1204, 1288, General Richardson .................... 1119

4459, 4502, 4503

1289, 1290, 1291, 1292, 1312, on the bill in relation to the promulgation on relations with British America, 4503,

1314, 1315, 1316, 1410, 1411, of the laws........ ......1126

4506

1412, 1413, 1414, 1415, 1417 on the joint resolution authorizing the Ransom, Colonel T. B., bill (S. No. 527) for Mr. Williams. ..... 1411, 1413, 1414 free transmission of soldiers' certificates the relief of the widow of, and mother of

Mr. Wilson..........1412, 1414, 1415, 1416 by mail........

.1230, 1231
the late Brevet Major General T. G. Ran.

Mr. Yates........

............. 1288, 1290 on deficiency bill (S. No. 170). ...1439, som--[By Mr. Morrill, of Vermont.) yeas and nays on the................1416, 1417

1440, 1442, 2513 referred, 2922 ; indefinitely postponed, 3767. bill (S. No. 222) vacating certain offices in on the bill providing for the sale of Har: Raynolds, General T. W., resolution for print- Georgia, and enipowering the constituper's Ferry lots....

...1444 ing the report of, on the exploration of tional convention to all the same-[By on the bill relating to the central branch the Yellowstone river-[By Mr. Anthony, Mr. ll'ilson.) of the Union Pacific Railroad Com- July 17, 1868.]

read, 343. pany...... ........ 1899, 3289 reported and agreed to, 4147.

resolution instructing the Committee on the on the bill for the relief of the. Navajo Rebel States-see Reconstruction.

Judiciary to report a bill abrogating the Indians...... 2012, 2013, 2014, 2020, 2021 Receiver, joint resolution (H. R. No. 105) illegal State governments now existing on the order of business..... 2114, agi horizing the Comptroller of the Cur: in the late rebel Ştwes and providing

2233, 3052, 3569, 3030 rency to revoke the order appointing a, to provisional governments for the said on the naval appropriation will.. .. 2255, take charge of any bank, and to restore States-[By Mr. Morton, January 8, 2256, 2258 said bank to the owners thereof.

1868. ] on the resolution to admit to the floor of received from House, 1232; referred, 1256; laid over, 384; discussed, 405, 453, 650.

the Senate the reporter of the Asso. reported, 1428; passed, 1429; enrolled, remarks by-
ciated Press.......
.2235 1463.

Mr. Conkling

384 on the resolution providing tickets to the Recess-see Adjournment,

Mr. Doolittle .......................453, 650 impeachment trial. .2233 Reconstruction-see Disabilities.

Mr. Greliughuysen

.............. 405, 400 on the post route bill. 1808, 1809 bill (S. No. 161) to amend an acı entitled

Mr. Morton ....

884, 40.3, 406 on the Indian appropriation bill..... 2041, "An act to provide for the more effi- Mr. Sherman............................406 2012, 2043 cient government of the rebel States,

Mr. Suniner

................. ......... 384, 406 on the resolution for printing report of the passed March 2, 1867, and the several Mr. Truinbulk........................... d.... 884 impeachi...nt trial.

2294
acts amendatory thereto-[By Mr. Wil. Mr. Willianis...........................

384 on questions relating to impeachment pro. son.]

bill (S. No. 250) to restore the possession ceedings......

referred and printed, 19; Mr. Doolittle's of lands confiscated by the authorities on the joint resolution for furnishing sup

amendinent, 99; discussed, 99; re

of the States lately in rebellion-[By plies to an exploring expedition...2435 ported and indefinitely postponed, 1257. Mr. Freliughuysen.] : on printing J. W. Taylor's report on min remarks by

referred, 491. eral resources......

.2436
Mr. Chandler..

.................. 100 bill (II. R. No. 439) additional and suppleon the resolution to furnish the House

Mr. Conness ............................... 99 mentary to an act entitled "An act to with a copy of the impeachment pro. Mr. Davis sino...........................99

provide for the more efficient govern: ceedings.....

.2523
Mr. Doolittle..

.99, 100 ment of the rebel Stares," passed March on the Paducah bridge bill...... 2556, 2558 Mr. Drake........

............................ 100

2, 1867, and to the acts supplementary on the resolution for printing the report

Mr. Stewart ..................... 99, 100

thereto. of J. Ross Browne.. ..2569, 2687

Mr. Wilson ..............

19, 99 received from llouse, 652; laid over, 674 ; on the joint resolution for the publication bill (S. No. 182) declaring wull and void acts discussed, 699, 704, 722, 768. 789, 818,

of the medical history of the war...2395 of confiscation or forfeiture passed by 818, 880, 923, 953, 984, 1001, 1071, on the bill relating to the Northern Pacific the late rebel authority -[ By Mr. An- 1098, 1373, 1406, 1431. railroad ......................2663, 2689, 2690 thony. ]

remarks byon the bill to provide a temporary govern- referred, 120.

Mr. Buckalew.........821, 823, 824, 825, ment for the Territory of Wyoming, bill (S. No. 210) supplementary to the sev.

826, 8:27, 829, 830, 928, 931, 955 2794, 2796, 2997, 2800, 2801 eral acts in relation to the reconstruc.

Mr. Chandler

...702 on the bill regulating the conveyance of tion of the rebel States [By Mr. Mr. Conkling, 702, 703, 826,827, 859, 957 printed mail matter.....2996, 2997, 2998 Drake. )

Mr. Conness....

..701, on the bill relating to contested elections referred, 242; reported and indefinitely

702, 703, 768, 830, 858, 1071 in Washington city .. ............3123 postponed, 1257.

Mr. Cragin

.....830, 848 on the supplementary bill concerning bill (H. R. No. 214) to amend the act passed

Mr. Davis.................... 1082, 10:18, 1378 national banks............8219, 220, 3222 March 23, 1867, entitled. “An act sup

Mr. Dixon...............

710 on the legislative appropriation bill...8243, plementary to an act to provide for the Mr. Doolittle........674, 699, 700, 701, 3394, 8438, 8439, 8476, more efficient government of the rebel

702, 703, 704, 707, 728, 1874, 1378 3512. 3517, 8521, 8522, 3623 States," passed: March 2, 1867, död to

Mr. Drake.......

.984, 1001 on the Rock Islayd bridge resolution, 3252, facilitate the restoration thereof.

Mr. Edınunds..... 701, 702, 829, 826, 827 3253, 3815 received from House, 268; referred, 268; Mr. Ferry.......

.886, 9:24, 928 on the bill to amend the act for the removal reported, 1204; discussed, 1288, 1311, Mr. Fesseuden

.... 702, of the Sioux Indians, &c......3504, 3505 1410; passed with amendinents, 1417;

709, 823, 826, 859, 860. 959, 1434 on the joint resolution relating to the concurred in by House, 1442; enrolled, Mr. Frelinghuysen........... 771, 776, 789 Northern Pacific railroad.....3570, 3571 1443.

Mr. Grimes .....

... 723 on the civil appropriation bill... 3570, 3638 remarks by

Mr. Harlan....886, 1006, 1072, 1075, 1076 on the bill to provide for an American Mr. Buckalew....

1290, Mr. Hendricks, 701, 702, 826, 829, 853, steam line to Europe..................3709,

1291, 1292, 1313, 1314, 1410, 1411,

858, 859, 860, 884, 933, 954, 1076 4071, 4072, 4347, 4404 1412, 1413, 1414, 1415, 1416, 1417 Mr. Howard..................

.723, 859, 1006 on the Mississippi river improvement bill,

Mr. Cameron

. 1292

Mr. Howe.........................861, 880, 884 3710, 8711, 3734, 3904, 4035, 4238, 4271 Mr. Conkling...

. 1292, 1312,
Mr. Johnson ..

.702, 710, on the bill in regard to a bridge at Fort

1313, 1314, 1315, 1316, 1416, 1417

711, 723, 771, 773, 858, 928, 984 Leavenworth..... ......3719, 3720

Mr. Conness.

..1290, 1291 Mr. Morrill, of Maine, 829, 830, 959, 984 on the bill to amend the organic act of the

Mr. Cragin

.....1289

Mr. Morton, 704, 707, 711, 723, 724, 955 Territory of New Mexico............. 3784 Mr. Davis...... 1288, 1289, 1290,

Mr. Nye

.............., 704, 707, 727, 728 on the bill for funding the national debt,

1291, 1292, 1410, 1412, 1416, 1417 Mr. Palterson, of New Hampshire, 959, 8950, 8098, 4041 Mr. Doolittle...1289, 1415, 1416, 1417

1406 on the St. Louis bridge bill. ....3986

Mr. Edmunds........... 1418, 1414, 1418 Mr. Patterson, of Tennessee, 1076, 1076

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remarks by- ya as both one or remarks by bab masas Mr. Pomeroy.........................702, Mr. Harlan .................2436, 2439, 2697 Mr. Howard..............

.2863, ELTE703, 792, 793, 818, 861, 1874, 1378 Mr. Henderson...2517, 2518, 2561, 2004,

707-2960, 2967, 2968, 2969, 2970, O: Mr. Saulsbury .. ......... 1431, 1434 2005, 2606, 2700, 2701, 2748, 2749

8002, 2003, 2006, 2007, 3022 5. Mr. Sherman, 701, 703,792, 824, 825, 984 !!!! Mr. Hendricks ..............

Di Mr. Howe.........

........... 2934, Til Mr. Stewart........... 702, 703, 773, 776,

2488, 2701, 2743, 2748, 2749

8002, 8003, 3004, 3019, 3020 * 828, 826, 827, 820, 928, 929, 931, 1378 | STI! Mr. Howard...

.2691, 2736 01 Mr. Johnson..........

od 2867, DISI Mr. Sumner.... i... 701, 702, 704, 860 vi Mr. Howe.......................... 2617, go 2930, 8003, 2004, 2006 11 Mr. Thayer

.703 OTS?

2692, 2697, 2744, 2746, 3363 Mr. Morrill, of Maine............. 2928, Suk! Mr. Tipton ... .1078 911 Mr. Johnson.nlm...!

.2437, 701 512,131 920?

2970, 3016, 3017, 3018 SI Mr. Trombull....701, 707, 709, 710, 711 ELDS2439, 2440, 2604, 2608, 2789, 2740 21 Mr. Morrill, of Vermont......2969, 3029 ses Mr. Williams... ................ 702, Mr. McCreery ........

....2629 Ou Mr. Morton...............2866, 2904, 2929, 1881101

703, 983, 953, 954, 955, 957 SCHMr. Morton ........2439, 2517, 2561, 2602, 70 2930, 2931, 2966, 2967, 2969, 2970, IS Mr. Wilson ...............699, 702, 730, 768 10C2S2603, 2628, 2629, 2661, 2662, 2665,

3003, 2004, 3005, 2008, 2009, 2010, Mr. Yates ........ .704 BOG6, 2667, 2694, 2740, 2741, 2742, 2743

3011, 3015, 8017, 8019, 3020, 3023 yeas and nays on the........... 703, 955

DO Mr. Pomeroy...

2440, 2604, Mr. Nye........... 2930, 2934, 3011, 3012 resolation calling for the instruetions given to 7072692, 2607, 2699, 2747, 2749, 2901 Mr. Patterson, of New Hampshire, 2869, al General Pope and General Meade on their TU Mr. Sherman...... ...2417.2436,

2015 2898, 2899, 3007 being assigned to the command of the 0.2487, 2438, 2439, 2440, 2517,

TE Mr. Pomeroy.......

..2869, 2895, fourth military district under the, aets, or Tramis 2561, 2562, 2606, 2607, 2008,

2900, 2030, 2965, 2966, 3019, 3020 ut at any time while in command thereof; Tato bod 2609, 2692, 2699, 2701, 2749 Mr. Saulsbury...

..2862, - also, eopies of all minutes of the opinions In Mr. Stewart....

...... 2601,

2927, 2928, 2963, 3011, 2012, 2017 in Cabinet meetings respecting the con.

2603, 2004, 2605, 2606, 2692, 2748 Mr. Sherman.... 2859, 2861, 2866, 2898, struction of said acts—[By Mr. Howard, Mr. Sumner....

.... 2439, 2440,

2930, 2931, 2932, 2933, 2965, 2966, January 23, 1868]...

.......... 703
2517, 2518, 2628, 2667, 2701, 2744

, bill (8. No. 348) declaring the State of Ala- Mr. Thayer........

.... 2697

8019, 8020, 3024, 3029, 3052, 3466 odt bama restored to the right of representa- Mr. Trumboll...........

..2436, Mr. Stewart ......2862, 2863, 2870, 2898, Lotion in Congress--[By Mr. Sherman.)

2440, 2487, 2488, 2517, 2518, 2600,

2930, 2933, 2934, 8010, 3011, 3012 referred, 1117; indefinitely postponed, -7422601, 2602, 2628, 2659, 2660, 2667, Mr. Sumner.

.....2870, 2871, bis 3213. Eva 17. 247 2699, 200, 2701, 2788, 2746, 2747,

2896, 2898, 2930, 2967, 3020, joint resolution (S. R. No. 112) to restore 971,191 2748, 2749, 2858, 2901, 2004, 8826

3022, 3023, 3024, 3029, 3052 Alabama to representation in Congress

Mr. Willey..
.2517

2869, 2930 03 [By Mr. Wilson.]

Mr. Williams ............. . 2692, 2901

Mr. Tipton.

..........3014, 3017 read, 1257; discussed, 1744; indefinitely Mr. Wilson................2608, 2609, 2603, Mr. Trumbull.....................2759, 2858, +88. postponed, 3213.

2668, 2690, 2692, 2699, 2749, 2750

2860, 2900, 2980, 2981, 2932, 2933, bill (S. No. 463) to provide for a temporary Mr. Yates...... ...... 2667, 2668, 2746

+2984, 2966, 2967, 2969, 3007, 3008, 20 and provisional government for Ala- yeas and nays on the.......

............... 2518,

8009, 3013, 3018, 3023, 3029, 3466 34 bama-[By Mr. Stewart.] // Dalia 1981 2701, 2748, 2749, 2750, 3363

Mr. Ven Winkle..........2860, 3029 U referred, 2085; indefinitely postponed, joint resolution (S. R. No. 135) to restore

Mr. Vickers.

.2927 20F 3213.

ps Alabama, North Carolina, South Caro. Mr. Willey bill (H. R. No. 970) to provide for a tem. (11 • lina, Georgia, Louisiana, and Florida to

2930, 2966, 2967, porary and provisional government for 157 representation in Congress-[By Mr. i Alabama. 0 0 Wilson.]

2999, 3001, 3004, 3005, 3008,

3009, 3010, 3013, 3020, 3022, 3023 2 received from House, 2217;

referred, 2221; referred, 2436 indefinitely postponed, Mr. Wilson...... 2759, 2859, 2866, indefinitely postponed, 3213. a1 2759,

2867, 2869, 2871, 2872, 2895, 2896, bill (H. R. No. 1039) to admit the State of bill(H. R. No. 1058) to admit the States of

2932, 2968, 3006, 3013, 3023, 3029 Arkansas to representation in Congress. North Carolina, South Carolina, Louis

Mr. Yates..

.2867. --received from House and printed, 2417; Doriana, Georgia, and Alabama to repre

3023, 3024, 3027, 3029, 3052 o discussed, 2436; referred. 2440; re- 09.sentation in Congress.

yeas and nays on the

.. 2965, 17% ported, 2487; discussed, 2517, 2561, received from House and referred, 2488;

3008, 3013, 3017, 3022, 3466 dau2600, 2628, 2659, 2690, 2736; passed voi reported, 2759; discussed, 2858, 2861,

joint resolution (S. R. No. 139) excluding 2 with amendments, 2750; conference, 0-1 2895, 2901, 2904, 2927, 2963, 2998, 3023 ; 2858; conference report, 2901, 2904 ; 001 passed with amendments, 3029; motion

from the Electoral College the votes of

States lately in rebellion which shall IT concurred in by Senate, 2904; concurred Ch to reconsider, 3052; withdrawn, 3052;

not have been reorganized-[By Mr. in by House, 2925; enrolled, 2927; 2194 amendments agreed to by House, 3089

Edmunds. ] Evetoed, 3324; passed House over veto, ku enrolled, 3089; vetoed, 3466; passed 3324; veto message, 3325; discussed, - A over veto, 3466.

referred, 2760 ; reported, 3566 ; discussed, 3361. remarks by

3630, 3688, 3870, 3874, 3877, 3904. 3917; remarks byson

Mr. Anthony.
.............. 3023

passed, 3926 ; passed House with amend. Mr. Anthony.. ......2440, 2517, 2692 -v9a Mr. Bayard ................! .....3065 Cani ments, 3966 ; concurred in, 3966; en01 Mr. Buekalew.... ... all.... 2438, 2439, -391 Mr. Buckalew............ 2862, 2864, 2867,

Trolled, 3988 ; vetoed, 4235; passed over T908 2605, 2606, 2007, 2659, 2665, 2692, 34.79 2899, 2933, 3008, 3016, 3019, 3027

in veto, 4236; presentation to Secretary Mr. Conkling..... 2864, 2871, 2896, 2969,

scos

of State directed, 4236. 2694, 2697, 2699, 2700, 2746, 2749

featuring Siu Mr. Cattell..... .. .2747 Tlstind 2999, 8002, 3008, 3008, 2009, 2014,

In House : received from Senate, 3967; 818 Mr. Chandler ........ ... 2517, 2518

3018, 301, 3020, 3022, 3023, 3029

oci referred, 3967; reported, 3974; dis. 818 Mr. Conkling.....2561, 2562, 2600, 2603, E982 Mr. Conness......

..... 2860, 2010 cussed, 3974; passed with amendments, 0112604, 2005, 2607, 2608, 2009, 2660, -98110 2867, 2868, 2869, 2870, 2872, 2898,

CS 3981; agreed to by Senate, 4002; en101_2015 2661, 2663, 2665, 2666, 2667, 2668, 9:32 2901, 2902, 2930, 2931, 2932, 2935,

rolled, 4002; vetoed, 4258; passed over BTU 2691, 2692, 2742, 2743, 2748, 2749 ada? 3013, 3014, 3015, 3016, 3022, 3023.

, veto, 4259.813 JOM Mr. Conness..... ..2417, 0! Mr. Corbetti........

int..3021 is remarks by- .02e1 TEBIS 2439, 2562, 2602, 2659, 2668, 2701 Mr. Cragin.........

3016 17 Mr. Buckalew......................3874, Mr. Davis... 2439, 3361 ;BOS Mr. Davis .........8006, 2007, 3023, 3466

188,8838 8875, 3876, 3877, 3878, 3879, Mr. Dixon..

adhu......... 2437 ,!! Mr. Doolittle. .2868, 2869, 2870, 1927615191 st 3880, 3881, 3012, 3915, 9926 Mr. Doolittle.......568.20.2517, 2663, 12871, 2896, 2898, 2899, 2902, 2930 GODE Mr. Conkling............3870, 3872, 8881, 887 UR 2692, 2697, 2699, 2700, 2746) 2741 FMr. Drake.............................2859, od od 8906, 8912, 3918, 3914, 3915, 3920, 14 Mr. Drake........ .2488, 2517, 2518,

2870, 3011, 3012, 3013, 3018, 3052 176803922, 3923, 3924, 3926, 3926, 3966 012561, 2600, 2001, 2602, 2006, 2007,

Mr. Edmunds.....

..2931, 2932,

13602Mr. Connessi.....tada...... ..3919, .807 182609, 2628, 2666, 2701, 2736, 2738, ORCI. 2934, 2966, 2967, 2068, 2999, 518799A s 8923, 3924, 3925, 8926 art 2741, 2742, 2747, 2748, 2749, 2901

3008, 2009, 3010, 3011, 3013, Mr. Davis, 8631, 8870, 3874, 3875, 8904, 200 MA Edmunds....2437, 2438, 2439, 2440,

, LO3905, 3906, 3908, 3910, 3911, 3912, 22 08 2517, 2518, 2000, 2001, 2602, 2603, SC Mr. Ferry........

llid ss 8913, 9918, 3922, 3923, 3926, 4236 011 S2604, 2659, 2660, 2661, 2662, 2697, SIC Mr. Fessenden.......

.......... 2933 11. Mr. Drake...la .... 3870, 3906, 1808 2699, 2700, 2740, 2741, 2742, 2743 TILMr. Fowler...

3005 107 Ja wybrid 3912, 3913, 8915, 9916, 3917, 180 Mr. Ferry...2607, 2008, 2628, 2692, 2749 LOC. Mr. Frelinghuysen..... 2862, 2966, SRET 3919, 3920, 3925, 3926, 3966 aze Mr. Fessenden...2518, 2691, 2692, 2700 OX 2967, 2970, 3005, 3010, 3018, 2019 asi Mr. Edmunds... 2760, 3566, 3630, 3681, 85. Mr. Fowler....... ...., 2628, 2743

Mr. Hendricks...

1.2865,

3688, 8689, 3870, 3875, 8876, 3877, CMr. Frelinghuysen.....

2691,

2867, 2872, 2900, 2934, 2935, 2970, bels: 3878, 3879, 3904, 3905, 3913, 3917 60

2692, 2746, 2747, 2748 13005, 3006, 2007, 2008, 8010, 3011, HACE 68918, 8919, 3920, 3921, 3922, 3923, STO&Mr. Grimescue.

...2437 364523012, 8014, 8016, 8020, 3028, 8024 3803 3924, 1926, 8926, 3966, 4286, 4236

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Reporter, resolution authorizing the Presiding: 139)— Continued.

credentials of Senators.elect from Florida Officer to admit to a seat on the floor the, remarks by

presented....

..3598 of the New York Associated Press during Mr. Ferry......

3922, 3924 Senators sworn in ......... 3607, 3672 the trial of the impeachment [By Mr. Mr. Fessenden.

3923 credentials of Senators-elect from North Anthony, March 25, 1868.] Mr. Fowler...... ...................3913, 3914

Carolina presented ........ ..4144 laid over, 2084; discussed, 2234. Mr. Frelinghuysen. .... 3632 Senators sworn in ..........

4144 remarks byMr. Howard....

3870, credentials of Senators-elect from Louisiana Mr. Anthony...... 2084, 22:34, 2235
3871, 3872, 9880, 3906,
presented......

.4151
Mr. Edmunds.

.2084. 2235 3914, 3919, 3920, 3922, Senators sworn in ......

4151

Mr. Conkling.. .2234, 235, 2286 8923, 3925, 3926, 4236 credentials of Senators.elect from South

Mr. Conness.

.2234, 2235 Mr. Howe........ 3925 "Carolina presented ......

..4312
Mr. Doolittle...

2235 Mr. McCreery. 2923 Senators sworn in.......... .4318, 4320

Mr. Ferry

2234, 2235 Mr. Morrill, of Maine.... 3631 credentials of Senators-elect from Alabama

Mr. Hendricks....

2236 Mr. Morton .......3871, 3872, 3878, 3911 presented ......... .....4459, 4465

Mr. Howe Mr. Nye.......... ... 3880, 3908, 3909 Senatorg sworn in....... .4459, 4466

Mr. Ranisey

2235 Mr. Patterson, of New Hampshire, 3924 Reconstruction acts, resolution calling for cer

Mr. Trumbull........ ..................2236 Mr. Pomeroy.......

3870, tain information in regard to the registra- || Reservation, resolution calling for copies of 8872, 3874, 3916, 3922, 3928, 3925 tion of voters under the, in the rebel StatesMi. Sherman.....

any reports in the War Department con. 3872, [By Mr. Willey, December 5, 1867.]

cerning the reduction of the military, of 3908, 3912, 3920, 3921, 3923, 3926 agreed to, 38.

Point San José--[By Mr. Conness, DeMr. Stewart....

..3875,

Reconstruction laws, bill (H. R. No. 320) cember 4, 1867.) 3879, 3880, 3909, 3923, 3926 Mr. Thayer........

making appropriations to supply deficien- agreed to, 19. .8924, 3925, 3926

cies in the appropriations for the execution Mr. Trumbull......

bill (S. No. 199) for the relief of settlers on .3630, 3870, of the, and for the service of the quarter. the late Sioux, in the State of Minne3919, 3921, 3922, 8923, 3925, 8966

master's department of the Government Mr. Van Winkle.....

sota-[By Mr. Ramsey.) .3925, 3926

for the fiscal year ending June 30, 1868. referred, 196, Mr. Weleh ............

...3923

received from House and referred, 299; reMr. Williams...... 3919, 3923, 8925, 3966

resolation concerning the military, at Fort Mr. Wilson........................

ported, 434; called up, 537; discussed, Ridgely, Minnesota-[By Mr. Ramsey, ...3921,

561 ; passed with amendments, 565; dis- December 20, 1867.] 3922, 3923, 3924, 3926 Jeas and naye on the.....

agreed to by House with amendments, 678; agreed to, 309. .8632, 3916,

referred, 703; reported, 721; House 3920, 3923, 3925, 3926, 3966, 4236

bill (S. No. 215) to vacateand sell the Uma

amendments disagreed to, 722; confer: veto of the......

tilla, in the State of Oregon-[By Mr. .4235

ence, 789; report, 818; concurred in by. Williams.) yeas and nays on the veto.l. ....4235 joint resolution (S. R. No. 155) regulating Senate, 818; enrolled, 818.

referred, 318; reported, 1910; discussed, bill (H. R. No. 1045) making appropriations 2596 ; recommitted, 2597 ; reported, representation in the [By Mr. Conk

to supply deficiencies in appropriations 2759; passed, 3275. ling.)

for the execution of the, in the third In House: received from Senate, 3310; read, 3767.

military district for the fiscal year ending resolation directing the, to be presented to

referred, 4432. the 30th of June, 1868. the Secretary of State-[By Mr. Ed

remarks byreceived from House and referred, 2417; munds, July 20, 1868. ]

Mr. Copness.

2596 reported, 2435; passed, 2509 ; enrolled, agreed to, 4236.

Mr. Corbett........2596, 2597, 2759, 3275 2518.

Mr. Harlan ......... ........

2396 bilt (H. R. No. 1194) to provide for the || Reefs, resolation calling for an estimate of the

2596 inauguration of State officers in Arkan.

Mr. Nye......... expense of removing the three, known as sas, North Carolina, South Carolina,

Mr. Sherman.

.2596, 2397 Battery, Diamond, and Coenties, in the

Mr. Trumbull. Leuisiana, Georgia, and Alabama, and East river, New York harbor--(By Mr.

Mr. Williams

2.337 for the meeting of the Legislatures of Morgan, February 4, 1868.] said States. agreed to, 950.

bill (8. No. 16) dor, ating a portion of the reeeived from House, 2963 ; referred,

Fort Leavenworth military, for the exReens, Henry, bill (S. No. 495) for the relief 2995; indefinitely postponed, 3814. of-[By Mr. Van Winkle.)

clusive use of a public road-[By Mr. bill (H. R. No. 1354) to provide for the

Ross. ] issue of arms for the use of the militia. reported, 2688; passed, 3323 ; passed House,

reported, 470; passed, 3956 ; . passed received from House, 3748; referred, 3748;

8902; enrolled, 3958; approved, 3984. In House: received from Sepate, -3345;

House, 4459; enrolled, 4501; approved,

4517. reported, 3814.

referred; 3346; reported and passed, bill (H. R. No. 1381) providing for an elec

In House: received from Senate, 3974; 3898. tion in Virginia.

passed, 4492; enrolled, 4496. received from House, 3877 ; referred,

Register of deeds, bill (S. No. 453) supple. bill (H. R. No. 358) for the relief of settlers

mentary to an act entitled "An act to 3900; reported, 4321.

on the late Sioux Indian, in the State of establish the office of, for the District of bill (S. No. 639) providing for a more effi

Minnesota. Columbia,'' approved February 14, 1863— eient provisional government for Mis

received from House, 520; referred, 552; [By Mr. Morton.) sissippi-[By Mr. Wilson.]

reported, 786 ; passed, 1622; enrolled, referred, 2009; reported, 2260.

1657. referred, 4846. bill (S. No. 641), in addition to the several

bill: (S. No. 491) to provide for the appoint- bill (H. R. No. 511) authorizing the Secre.

ment of, in the District of Columbiaaets for suppressing insurrections against

tary of the Interior to cause the lands (By Mr. Harlan.) the governments of States-[By Mr.

known as the Miami Indian, in the Howe.)

reported, 2623; passed, 3714; passed State of Indiana, to be patented. referred, 4346.

House, 4454; enrolled, 4501.

received from House, 703; referred, 720. joint resolution (S. R. No. 173) respecting

In House ; received from Senate, 3761; bill (S. No. 326) amending an act entitled the provisional governments of Virginia passed, 4490 ; enrolled, 4496.

"An act for the removal of the Winneand Texas-[By Mr. Wilson, ] Registration-see Vessels.

bago Indians, and for the sale of their, read and passed, 4396.

Reiley, Michael, bill (H. R. No. 1390) grant- in Minnesota for their benefit"-[By In House: received from Senate, 4395. ing a pepsion to.

Mr. Thayer.] bill (II. R. No. 1450) for the more speedy

received from House, and referred, 8917; referred, 981. reorganization of the States of Virginia,

reported, 4146; passed, 4368; enrolled, bill (S. No. 345) to provide for the sale of

4443. Blississippi, and Texas.

the Mendocino ladian-[By Mr. Cole.]

referred, 1070, received from House, 4435; read, 4443 ; || Religious books, joint resolution (S. R. No. diseussed, 4506.

1:148) to authorize tbe Secretary of the bill (S. No. 364) for the protection of the remarks by

Treasury to remit the duties on certain, settlers within the Fort Ridgely military, Mr. Buckalew.....

donated to the people of the United Minnesota-[By Mr. Ramsey.]

4507
Mr. Davis............................
States—[By Mr. Wilson.)

referred, 1204.
4506
referred, 3213.

bill (H. R. N 733) for the relief of the Mr. Wilson. ........... 4443, 4506, 4507 Religious societies-see Churches.

Navajo Indians, at Bosque Redondo, yeas and nays ou the......................4506

Rennard, Eliza J., bill (H. R. No. 519) grant. and to establish them on a. bill (S. No. 648) respecting the organization ing a pension to, widow of William K. received from House, 1211; referred, 1229;

of the militia in the States lately in re- Rennard, deceased, late a private in the reported, 1742; diseussed, 1789, 2010; bellion--[By Mr. Wilson.)

tenth battery Ohio volunteers in the war passed with amendment, 2021. reported, 4467.

of 1861.

bill (s. No. 371) relative to the military, at credentials of Senators-elect from Arkansas received from House, 731; referred, 764; Fort Dalles, in Oregon-[By Mr. Wilpresented.............

oron rovn....... 3384 reported, 1311; passed, 3317; enrolled, liams. ] Senators sworo intentarhovi t........3389 8859.2

referred, 1257 ; reported, 8146.

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