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Reservation--Continued.

bill (H. R. No. 938) to authorize the sale of at twenty acres of the land of the military, . at Fort Leavenworth, Kansas. received from House, 2690 ; referred, 2001;

reported, 8983 ; passed, 8984; enrolled

3986. bill (H. R. No. 550) providing for the sale

of a portion of the Fort Gratiot military,

in St. Clair county, in the State of G: Michigan. received from House, 3714; referred, 3715;

reported, 3814; passed, 3874. resolution calling for a description of the

Presidio military, including Black Point,

lying upon the bay of San Francisco, or accompanied by a diagram showing the 7 external boundaries, the area, &c. [By

Mr. Williams, July 10, 1868.] agreed to, 3901. bill (S. No. 628) giving the right of way to

certain railway companies over the military, at Fort Leavenworth-[By Mr.

Pomeroy.) referred, 4177.

olla tollid bill (H. R. No. 1447) granting the right of

way to certain railway companies over

military, at Fort Leavenworih, Kansas. received from IIouse, 4100; referred, 4403 ;

reported and passed, 4432; eurolled,

4501. bill (H. R. No. 1276) for the sale of the Hot

Springs, in Arkansas.

received from House, 4501. Reservations, bill (S. No. 600) to authorize

the sale of portions of the military, at Forts Leavenworth and

Riley, in the State of Arkansas-[By Mr. Wilson.] referred, 3817; reported, *3983. Reservoir of the Washington aqueduct, bill (S.

No. 39) to provide means for the prosecu. tion of the work on the distrihating-[By

Mr. Harlan.) In House : reported adversely, 282. Restoration--see Reconstruction. Retrenchment, the joint select Committee

10 reports from ...

145, 650, 787, 981, 1486, 1910, 3671, 3708, 4403 Revenue-see Duties. bill (S. No. 157) for the repeal of tax on

cotton--[By Mr. Fowler.] read and printed, 1.' bill (H. R. No. 207) to provide for the ex.

emption of cotton from internal tax. received from House and referred, 38;

reported, 145 ; discussed, 164, 197, 220, 244, 299, 346 ; passed with amendinents, 358 ; non-concurred in by House, 500 ; called up, 552, 565; conference, 627, 652; report, 675; disagreed to by House, 674; new conference, 674, 677; report, 703; concurred in by Senate, 703 ; nonconcurred in by House, 764 ; third conference, 793; report, 861; concurred in by Senate, 861 ; concurred in by House,

886 ; enrolled, 886. joint resolution (S. R. No. 82) for the prose

cution of frauds upon the internal --(By

Mr. Morton.] read, 318. joiut resolution (8. R: No. 84) to provide for

adjusting the accounts of acting collect

ors of internal-[By Mr. Williams.] referred, 343. bíll (S. No. 221) to amend an act entitled

"An act to amend existing laws relating to internal''-[By Mr. Corbett. ) referred, 343. hill (H. R. No. 369) to prevent frauds in the

collection of the tax on distilled spirits. received from House, 346; referred, 358 ;

reported, 404 ; passed with amendment, 404; concurred in by House, 405 ;

enrolled, 434. bill (S. No. 275) to amend an act entitled

"An act further to provide for the col. lection of duties on imports,' approved

March 2, 1833—[By Mr. Howe.] referred, 678; reported and indefinitely

postponed, 8423.

Revenue-Continued. bill (H. R. No. 510) to facilitate the col.

lection of the direct tax in the State of

Delaware. received from House, 1125; referred, 1142;

reported and passed, 1230 ; enrolled,

1260. bill (S. No. 380) to amend an act to mod

ify certain laws imposing duties on imTiparts—[By Mr. Cole.]

referred, 1811. bill (H, R. No. 813) declaratory of the meanting of a certain clause in section ninety

four of an act to provide internal, &c. received from House, 1464; referred, 1486. joint resolution (S. R. No. 115) to abolish ing the present Bureau of Statistics and 2118 transfer the duties thereof to the Special

Commissioner of-[By Mr. Williams.] reported, 1486. resolution directing Committee on Finance

to inquire into the expediency of repeal. ing all laws imposing taxes on incomes and all laws imposing taxes on manu

factures-[By Mr. Cole, March 3, 1868.] agreed to, 1021. bill (H. R. No. 900) to exempt certain manu

factures from internal tax. received from House, 1789; referred, 1789;

reported, 1887; discussed, 1913, 1944,
1978; passed with amendments, 1992;
non-concurred in by House, 2114; con-
ference, 2114, 2123; conference report,
2160; discussed, 2160, 2177; non-con-
curred in by Senate, 2191; new confer.
ence, 2191, 2217; conference report,
2220; discussed, 2220, 2221; concurred
in by Senate, 2224; concurred in by

House, 2227; enrolled, 2227.
reinarks by--
Mr. Anthony.... .1915, 1985, 1992
Mr. Bayard.......
Mr. Buckalew........

1920. 1989, 2161, 2191, 2192 Mr. Cameron.....

.... 1918, 1920, 1926, 1980, 2191, 2221 Mr. Cattell ,1951, 1952, 1953, 2221 Mr. Chandler.

.1944, 1945, 1946, 1947, 1950, 1951 Mr. Conkling ............1981, 1982, 1985,

2161, 218, 2191, 2192, 22:22, 2223 Mr. Conness

.1946, 1978, 1979, 1980, 1984, 1985,

1986, 1988, 1990, 1991, 2222 Mr. Corbett

..1948, 1989 Mr. Davis.......

.1983, 1991, 1992, 2186, 2187, 2188 Mr. Drake........

.1926, 1948 Mr. Edmunds

.1954, 1981, 1984, 1989, 1990, 1991,

1992, 2179, 2187, 2189, 2191 Mr. Ferry ......

.1944, 1954, 2222 Mr. Fessenden... 1914, 1921, 1922, 1923,

1925, 1926, 1944, 1945, 1947, 1948, 1951, 1953, 1954, 1987, 1988, 2161,

2178, 2179, 2180, 2181, 2186, 2191 Mr. I'relinghuysen ..1921, 1982,

1984, 1990, 1992, 2178, 2187, 2222 Mr. Grimes.

...1918, 1922, 1925, 1944, 1951, 1953, 1954, 1985,

1986, 1990, 1991, 2221, 2222, 2223 Mr. Henderson ....

1913, 1924, 1945, 1953, 1954, 2188, 2189, 2191 Mr. Hendricks... 1956, 1952, 1992, 2161,

2179, 2183, 2184, 2185, 2186, 2187,

2188, 2190, 2220, 2221, 2223, 2224 Mr. Howard.. ......1921, 1925, 1950,

2181, 2191, 2221, 2222, 2223, 2224 Mr. Howe......

1951, 2177, 2189, 2190, 2191, 2221 Mr. Johnson..... 1921, 1924, 1925, 1944,

1945, 1980, 1989, 2181, 2182, 2221 Mr. Morgan.

.1916, 1917, 1978, 1980, 1984, 1989 Mr. Morrill, of Maine....... .. 1944,

1949, 1950, 1951, 2185, 2186, 2192 Mr. Morrill, of Vermont.....1917, 1919,

1920, 1921, 1922, 1924, 1945, 1949, 1951, 1952, 1953, 1980, 1988, 1984,

2161, 2179, 2180, 2186, 2221, 2222 Mr. Morton, 1946, 1947, 2179, 2228, 2224

Revenne, bill (H. R. No. 900)--Continued. remarks byMr. Nye......... .........1945, 1946, 2161,

2177, 2178, 2182, 2188, 2184, 2190 Mr. Patterson, of New Hampshire, 2182 Mr. Pomeroy

..........1985, 1986 Mr. Sherman..... ...............1887,

1913, 1914, 1915, 1916, 1917, 1919, 1920, 1921, 1922, 1923, 1925, 1926, 1944, 1948, 1951, 1954, 1978, 1979, 1980, 1984, 1985, 1986, 1987, 1989, 1990, 1991, 2114, 2160, 2161, 2177, 2178, 2179, 2180, 2181, 2183, 2184, 2185, 2186, 2187, 2189, 2190,

2191, 2192, 2220, 2221, 2222, 2224 Mr. Stewart......

......................1917 Mr. Sumner..

..1919,

1989, 2179, 2192, 2224 Mr. Trumbull ............. 1901, 2161, 2191 Mr. Van Winkle........ ... 1918, 1920,

1984, 1985, 1986, 1987, 1988, 2187 i Mr. Willey..

........1989 Mr. Williams...

..1980, 1982, 1983, 2161, 2182, 2183, 2184 Mr. Yates

.....................1951 yeas and nays on the..... ...1920, 1951,

1984, 1985, 1989, 1991, 1992, 2191 resolution instructing Committee on Finance

to inquire into the expediency of reducing the duty on imports at the same time that the internal tax on domestic manufactures shall be reduced or abolished-[By Mr. Grimes, March 12,

1868.) laid over, 1834. bill (S. No. 442) to amend section one of an

act to prevent and punish frauds upon the, approved March 3, 1863–[By Mr.

Chandler.] referred, 1911; reported, 2114; passed,

$243 ; passed Tlouse, 4451; enrolled,

4459 ; approved, 4506. In House : received from Senate, 8271 ;

referred, 3476 ; reported and passed,

4469; enrolled, 4492. bill (8. No. 451) allowing drawbacks on

articles used in the coustruction of ves

sels--[By Air. Fessenden.) read, 2009. joint resolation (S. R. No. 141) requiring

thie Special Commissioner of the, to act 'as superintendent of the Bureau of Statistics in the office of the Secretary

of the Treasury--[By Mr. Williams.] reported and referred anew, 2922, 3176 ;

committee discharged, indefinitely post

poned, 4093. joint résolution (8. R. No.-148) to authorize

the Secretary of the Treasury to remit the duties on certain religious books donated to the people of the United

States-[By Mr. Wilson.] referred, 3213. bill (S. No. 577) to amend an act entitled

"An act to exempt certain manufactures from internal tax," approved March 31,

1868–[By Mr. Cragin.] referred, 3540. joint resolution (H. Ř. No. 829) to amend

the fourteenth section of the act approved July 28, 1866, entitled "An act

to protect the." received from House, 1904 ; referred,

3916 ; reported and passed, 4095 ; ed.

rolled, 4161. bill (H. R. No. 1284) imposing taxes on

distilled spirits and tobacco.
received from House, 3540; referred, 3540;
· reported, 3708; discussed, 8788, 3749,
3771, 3818, 3831, 3860 ; nåssed wiila
amendments, 3869; vote, 3901 ; confer.
ence 3966, 3984 ; conference report,
4079; concurred in by Senate, 4080 ; by

House, 4199; enrolled, 4210,
remarks by-
Mr. Anthony......

........3743, 3828, 3862, 3863, 3864, 4199 Mr. Backalew...3741, 8742. 3761, 3753,

3754, 3782, 3784, 3785, 3786, 3820, 8824, 8826, 8827, 8884, 8886,8867

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Revenue, bill (H. R. No. 1284)-Continued. Reward, bill (H. R. No. 1277) to provide for Right of way-Continued. remarks by

the distribution of the, offered by the bill (S. No. 287) granting the, and lands to Mr. Cameron.

.3779, 3781, President of the United States for the The Pecos and Placer Mining and Ditch 3822, 3823, 3828, 3830, 3834, 3869 capture of Jefferson Davis.

Company of New Mexico - [By Mr. Mr. Cattell, 8826, 3832, 3833, 3834, 3868 received from House, 3956; referred, 3982 ; Pomeroy. ] Mr. Cole.......

......3738, reported and passed with amendments, referred, 765; reported, 1910, 2594. 3739, 8741, 3784, 3830, 3831 4346 ; conference, 4400; conference re- bill (S. No. 398) to establish the, for a shipMr. Conness....... .3708, 3739, 3740, port, 4447; concurred in by Senate, 4448; canal on Lake Superior, Michigan-[By 3741, 3742, 3786, 3818, 3820, enrolled, 4462.

Mr. Chandler.] 8821, 3822, 3823, 3834, 3836, Rice, Benjamin F., a Senator from Arkansas, referred, 1487; reported, 3074 ; passed, 3837, 3838, 3839, 3840, 3841

8384, 3389

3505. Mr. Corbett..... .8744, 3756, 3777 incidental remarks by .......... ...4280 In House : received from Senate, 3535; Mr. Davis..... ..3741, 3753, 3754, Rice, Clement T., bill (S. No. 257) for the discussed, 4435, 4467 ; referred, 4468.

3783, 3786, 3818, 3819, 3823, 3825, relief of, and Chauncey M. Noteware, late bill (S. No. 445) to regulate the salaries of

3826, 3837, 3838, 3839, 3868, 3869 register and receiver at Carson City, Ne- registers and receivers of land offices Mr. Edmunds... ..3750, 3751, 3755, vada-[By Mr. Stewart.]

appointed under the act approved July 3773, 3774, 3775, 3776, 8830, 3833, referred, 625; reported adversely, 3856.

26, 1866, entitled "An act granting the, 8834, 3835, 3836, 3837, 3839, 3840, Rice, Cornelius L., bill (H. R. No. 675) grant- to ditch and canal owners over the pub3860, 3861, 8863, 3864, 3865, 3867 ing a pension to the widow and child of.

lic lands''-[By Mr. Morton.] Mr. Ferry... ....3838, 3839, 3866 received from House, 1038; referred, 1068 ; referred, 1911. Mr. Fessenden

.,3773, reported, 1515; passed with amendments, bill (S. No. 570) for a grant of land and grant3779, 3781, 3782, 3783, 3863 3321 ; conference, 3688; conference re- ing the, over the public lands to the Mr. Fowler....

3742, 3819, port, 3857; concurred in by Senate, 8857; Denver Pacific Railway and Telegraph 3824, 3825, 3841, 3805, 3866, 3867 by House. 3954; enrolled, 3958.

Company-[By Mr. Harlan.] Mr. Harlan.... ... 3861, 3867, 3868 Richardson, Elizabeth, bill (H. R. No. 1348) referred, 3504 ; reported, 3783 ; discussed, Mr. Hendricks...... ....3741, 3743, granting a pension to.

4435, 4440; passed, 4442. 3744, 3818, 3819, 3835, 3839, 3840 received from House and referred, 3119; In House : received from Senate, 4471. Mr. Howard, 3742,3743,3777,3824,3862 reported, 3954 ; passed, 4366; enrolled, bill (H. R. No. 1062) to grant the, to the Mr. Howe...3752, 3753, 3820, 3821, 3822 4443.

Whitehall and Plattsburg Railroad Com. Mr. Johnson........3753, 3776, 3778, 3824 Richardson, Major General I. B., bill (S. No. pany. Mr. McCreery... 3755, 3820, 3824, 3825, 302) for the relief of the beirs of the late received from House and referred, 2488;. 3826, 3831, 3838, 3865, 3867, 3868 [By Mr. Howe.]

reported and passed, 2507; enrolled, Mr. Morgan .......3750, 3832, 3860, 3861 reported, 845; discussed, 1096, 1118; passed,

2518. Mr Morrill, of Vermont,3739,3740,3741, 1120; enrolled, 1515; approved, 1616. bill (S. No, 628) giving the, to certain rail3742, 3743, 3750, 3751, 3753, 3754,

In House: received from Senate, 1134; re- way companies over the military reser3755, 3777, 3783, 3822, 8831, 3834, ferred, 1184; reported and passed, 1503 ; vation at Fort Leavenworth-[By Mr. 3836, 3838, 3860, 3864, 3866, 3868 enrolled, 1535.

Pomeroy.]
Mr. Morton
..3774, 3775, 3776, remarks by-

referred, 4147.
3777, 3822, 3825, 3826, 3827, 3828,
Mr. Chandler... 1118, 1119, 1120

bill (H. R. No. 1447) granting the, to cer3829, 3830, 3831, 3860, 3863, 3864 Mr. Conkling.

1119

tain railway companies over the military Mr. Nye....... 8861, 4080 Mr. Conness..

.1096,

réservation at Fort Leavenworth, KanMr. Patterson, of New Hampshire,

sas.

1097, 1118, 1119, 1120
3837, 3839
Mr. Doolittle....

1096, 1037

received from House, 4400; referred, 4403 ; Mr. Pomeroy

.3783,
Mr. Grimes...........

1096, 1120

reported and passed, 4452;, enrolled, 3784, 3822, 3824, 3826, 3831, 3832,

Mr. Henderson..

...1120

4501. 8834, 3835, 3838, 3839, 3860, 3867

Mr. Howard.

1119, 1120

Rights of American citizens-see Citizens. Dr. Sherman.. .....3708, 3738, 3739, Mr. Howe........... 845, 1096, 1118, 1120

bill (H. R. No. 768) concerning the. 3740, 3741, 3742, 3743, 3744, 3745, Mr. Morrill, of Vermont.. . 1120

received from House, 2329 ; referred, 2329; 3747, 3750, 3751, 3752, 3753, 3754, Mr. Morton.....

.1119, 1120 reported, 3382 ; àmended, 8504; motion 8755, 3756, 3757, 3772, 3773, 3774, Mr. Pomeroy..

1118

to make special order, 3818; made spe. 3775, 3776, 3777, 3779, 3780, 3781, Mr. Ramsey

cial order, 3901, 3986, 4096; motion to 3783, 3784, 3786, 3818, 8819, 3820,

Mr. Sberman..

1096

take up, 4123, 4148; discussed, 4204, 3822, 3823, 3824, 3825, 3826, 3827,

Mr. Trumbull.....

1036

4211, 4231, 4236, 4328, 4349, 4352, 4445; 3828, 3830, 3831, 3832, 3836, 3838, Mr. Willey..........

1118

passed with amendments, 4446; agreed 3839, 3810, 3841, 3860, 3863, 3865, Mr. Williams...... .1097, 1118, 1119

to by House, 4451; enrolled, 4434. 3867, 3868, 3869, 8984, 4079, 4080

remarks by

.1120
yeas and nays on the.

Mr. Anthony
Mr. Stewart... .......3740, 3742, 3822 bill (H. R. No. 1337) granting an increase
Mr. Sumner...............

4333, 4358, 4359, 4360 ...3753, 3786, 3818 of pension to Frances T. Richardson,

Mr. Buckalew .....

4329, Mr. Trumbull.......

3744,

widow of the late.
3745, 3750, 3773, 3776 received from House, 3902; referred, 3916;

4330, 4332, 4333, 4349 Mr. Cameron...

4231 Ur. Van Winkle....

3747,
reported, 4146; called up, 4251; dis.

Mr. Conkling.

4123, 3784, 3785, 3786, 3861, 3866 cussed, 4269 ; passed, 4270; enrolled, Mr. Williams........

4328, 4329, 4330, 4332, 4333, ....3776, 4275.

4352, 4354, 4356, 4360, 4445 3777, 3785, 3825, 3826, 3829, remarks by

Mr. Conness..

3347, 3330, 3862, 3863, 3864, 3867

Mr. Cameron.... Mr. Wilson....

.........................4251

3389, 3504, 3818, 3901, 3986, ..3837, 3839 Mr. Conness

.4269 Mr. Yates...... 3836, 3837, 3901

4096, 4097, 4123, 4148, 4149 Mr. Harlan .......................

..4251, 4269 yeas and nays on the....

4205, 4206, 4207, 4208, 4212, 4231, 3742, 3786, 3819, Mr. Thayer.......

1251, 4269

4232, 4234, 4329, 4330, 4331, 4332, 3823, 3841, 3860, 3866, 3807, 3869 Mr. Van Winkle...................:

.4269

4333, 4349, 4350, 4351, 4353, 4354, bill (S. No. 632) authorizing the Secretary Mr. Wilson ...................?

..4146, 4269

4357, 4368, 4359, 4360, 4445, 4446 of the Treasury to refund penalty, inter Mr. Yates

...4270
Mr. Davis.....

4329 est, and costs illegally assessed and col. yeas and nays on the..................... 4269 Mr. Doolittle

4333, 4446 lected under direct tax laws—[By Mr. || Riddle, George Reed, resolution instructing Mr. Drake......

.3981, Cattell.] the Secretary of the Senate to pay to the

4205, 4212, 4213, 4231, 4445, 4446 referred, 4197. widow of, late Senator from Delaware, the

Mr. Ferry...

..4211, bill (H. R. No. 1452) to repeal section one mileage due at the commencement of the

4233, 4853, 4354, 4445, 4446 hundred and thirty-six of the act of present session of Congress-[By Mr.

Mr. Fessenden

..3901, 4213. June 30, 1864, entitled "An act to pro- Ramsey, December 10, 1867.]

4331, 4362, 4857, 4358, 4359, 4360 vide ways and means for the support of referred, 98.

Mr. Frelinghuysen

4211, the Government." Right of way, bill (H. R. No. 155) granting a

4349, 4359, 4300 received from House, 4450 ; referred, 4450. certain, to the Hudson River West Shore Mr. Harlan................ 4329, 4357, 4352 bill (H. R. No. 1455) to correct an error in Railroad Company.

Mr. Hendricks ...4123, 4359, 4360, 4415 the enrollmentof the act imposing taxes received from House and referred, 128 ; Mr. Howard ...

4097, 4207, on distilled spirits and tobacco. reported, 145; passed, 145 ; enrolled,

4209, 4211, 4231, 4349, 4362, received from House, 4451 ; referred, 4458; 151.

4353, 4356, 4358, 4369, 4445 reported and passed, 4467 ; enrolled, bill (S. No. 144) granting the, through the

Mr. Howe ....... 4097, 4123, 4330, 4446 4501. lands of the United States at West Point

Mr. Morrill, of Maine.....

.4097, Revolutionary Claims, the Committee on......, to the Hudson River West Shore Rail.

4128, 4143, 4338, 4856, 4868, 4360 2282 road Company--(By Mr. Morgan. ]

Mr. Mortoo

..3901, reports from .......... .3566 indefinitely postponed, 196.

4231, 4233, 4284, 4850, 4354

.........1119

..4331,

anew, 321.

...........

Rigles of American citizens, bitt (H. R. No. Road-sce Wagon-Road. 768)-Continued.

bill (S. No. 16) donating a portion of the remarks by

Fort Leavenworth military reserve for Mr. Patterson, of New Hampshire, 4231, the exclusive use of a public-[By Mr.

4282, 4237

Ross. ]
Mr. Pomerog.............3901, 4097, 4445 reported,470; passed, 3956; pussed Ilouse,
Mr. Sherman.. .8986, 4332, 4445 4459; enrolled, 4501; approved, 4517.
Mr. Sprague............

.4333, 4319 In House : received from Senate, 3974; Mr. Stewart

. 4236,

passed, 4492; enrolled, 4496.
4237, 4329, 4331, 4349, 4353 bill (s. No. 331) to extend the time for
Mr. Sumner....

3347, 3382, completing a military, in the State of
3818, 3901, 4148, 4205, 4206, 4207, Wisconsin-[By Mr. Howe.]
4208, 4211, 4212, 4328, 4329, 43:30, referred, 1026; reported and passed, 1887;

4331, 4332, 4338, 4359, 4360, 4445 passed House, 2858; enrolled, 2861; Mr. Thayer.....

.4123, 4231, 4350 approved, 2925. Mr. Trumbull..

4333, 4360 In House : received from Senate, 1906; Mr. Vickers..

4329

referred, 2029; reported, 2829; passed, Mr. Wilson........

4212, 4231, 4330, 4333 2830; enrolled, 2876. Mr. Williams .4232, 4234, 4237, Robaldo, Aña M. Rolas y, bill (S. No. 173)

4329, 4330, 4332, 4850, 4357, 4359 for the relief of, widow of Francisco Mr. Yates ......

4350, 4352

Robaldo-[By Mr. Thayer.] yeas and pays on the...... .3901, 4097, referred, 63; committee discharged, referred

4123, 4330, 4333, 4349, 4353,

4357, 4359, 4360, 4445, 4446 Robb, John, bill (S. No. 411) for the relief resolution diseharging Commitee on Foreign of-[By Mr. Johnson.]

Relations froin the further consideration referred, 1621.
of the bill (H. R. No. 768) concerning Robertson, Thomas J., a Senator from South
the, in foreign States-[By Mr. Con- Carolina ....

4312, 4313 ness, Juve 22, 1868.]

remarks on the credentials of Frederick A. laid over, 3347; withdrawn, 3389.

Sawyer.....

4316 Rights of colored persons, resolution instruct. leave of absence granted to ............. ...4310

ing Committee on the District of Columbia Rock, James, bill (H. R. No. 1070) for the to inquire whether any additional legis.

relief of, of Saginaw, Michigan. lation is needed in order to secure the,

received from House and referred, 2488. in the railroad from Washington to Alex:

Rodden, Joseph B., bill (H. R. No. 1169) andria—[By Mr. Sumner, February 10, granting a pension to. 1868. ]

received from House, 2925; referred, 2935; laid over, 1071.

reporied, 3814; passed, 4363; enrolled, reinarks by

4442. Mr. Buckulew......

1071

Rodgers, Ezra, bill (S. No. 392) granting a Mr. Cameron.

1124

pension to, a soldier of the war of 1812Mr. Conkling. .... 1123, 1124, 1125

(By Mr. Merton.] Mr. Conness...

referred, 1404; committee discharged, 1742.

1121, 1122 Mr. Cragin

Rogers, Jane E., bill (H. R. No. 1224) grant

1123, 1125 Mr. Davis....... 1071, 1121, 1122

ing a pension to. Mr. Drake......

..1122, 1123

received from House and referred, 3119; Nr. Fessenden

1121

reported, 3900; passed, 4364; enrolled, Mr, Fowler .......

4443.

1123 Mr. Frelinghuysen....

1125

Rogers, Sarah J., bill (H. R. No. 1221) grantMr. Harlan .....

1123

ing a pension to. Ir. Hendricks .....

received from House and referred, 3119;

1124 Mr. Johnson ...........

1123

reported, 3857; passed, 4364; enrolled,

4143. Mr. Morrill, of Maine 1071, 1121 Mr, Morton .....

Rook, Jane, bill (H. R. No. 1413) granting a

1124 Mr. Nye.......

1125

pension to Mr. Sumner........

received from House and referred, 3917; .1071, 1121, 1122, 1123 Mr. Willey.

reported, 4197; passed, 4370; enrolled,

1125 Mr. Wilson ...... ..........................

4443.

1123 Mr. Yates

Rooney, James, bill (H. R. No. 1250) granting

1122 resolution instructing the Committee on the

a pension to. District of Columbia to inquire into the

received from House and referred, 3120 ; treatment of colored persons on the rail

reported, 3954; passed, 4366; enrolled,

4443. road from Washington to Baltimore, and Rose, Chauncey D., bill (H. R. No. 1392 ) what additional legislation is needed to prevent abuses on that road-[By Mr.

granting a pension to, father of Alvin G.

Rose, late a sergeant veteran of company Sumner, February 17, 1868.] laid over, 1204 ; withdrawn, 3314.

A, second regiment of Ohio cavalry volun.

teers, who was killed in action at Five Rights of property, bill (S. No. 177) regulating

Forks, Virginia, April 1, 1865. the, of married women in the District of received from House and referred, 3917; Columbia-[By Mr. Harlan.]

reported, 4197; passed, 4368; enrolled, referred, 98; reported, 2084; discussed and

4443. referred anew, 3715; reported, 4070; dis

Rosecrantz, Peter, bill (S. No. 594) for the cussed, 4161.

relief of L. Merebant & Co. and-[By Mr. Rights of volunteers, bill (S. No. 223) to amend Morrill, of Vermont.)

an act entitled "An act declaring and fix- referred 3733.
ing the, as part of the Army,'' 80 as to bill (H. R. No. 1820) for the relief of L.
give officers proper rank, and include the

Merchant & Co. and.
Marine corps-[By Mr. Harlan.]

received from House, 3956; referred, 3982; referred, 343.

reported, 4093; enrolled, 4151. Rivers and harbors, bill (H. R. No. 1046) mak: Ross, Edinund G., a Senator from Kansas... 1

ing appropriatious for the repair, preser. petitions presented by, 649, 980, 1142, 1203, vation, and completion of certain public

1370, 1515, 2144, 2329, 2594, 3953 works.

bills introduced byreceived from House, 3630; referred, 3632; No. 191--for the establishment of a post amendment, 3767.

route from Lawrence, Kansas, to Gal. joint resolution (H. R. No. 323) in relation veston, Texas......

164 to the surveys and examinations of.

No. 158—to grant certain privileges to received from House, 3748; referred, 3748;

actual settlers on landy ceded to the reported, 3983; passed, 4399; enrolled, United States by Osage Indians in Kan4443.

Rogs, Edmund Ga, a Senator from Kansas

Continued. bills introduced by— No. 289-granting lands to aid in the con.

struction of a railroad and telegraph line from Fort Scott, Kansas, in the

direction of Santa Fé, New Mexico, 765 No. 699-granting pension to Mary Pearce

...3767 No. 615-to provide for a commission to

investigate claims arising from depredations committed by or upon Indians in Kansas.....

..... 3934 joint resolution introduced byNo. 156-authorizing the appointment of

commissioners to examine the claims of citizens of Douglas, Johnson, and Miami counties, Kansas, for spoliations committed in what is known as the

Quantrell raid in August, 1863......3857 resolutions submitted bycalling for a statement of the annual er

pense during the last three years of maintaining the military establishment in the Territories of New Mexico and Arizona, and of the annual expenses of the Indian department in New Mexico and Arizona during the same period

[February 6, 1868]........ ..999 for printing five thousand additional copies

of the report of J. Ross Browne on the
mineral resources of the Territories
(March 27, 1868).....

.2144 requesting the House to furnish to the

Senate all testimony taken in relation to charges of corruption in connection with the trial of the impeachment of the

President--[May 28, 1868).......... 2628 reports made by.....

.765 motions made by..

...................... 1644, 3719 incidental remarks by.......

2144,

2191, 2965, 3719, 3956 remarks on the resolution to investigate

alleged improper influences on ile impeachment irial.....

2552,

2598, 2599, 4513 on the impeachment trial, personal er: planations........

.2598, 4513 on questions relating to impeachment proceedings

.2628 on the legislative appropriation bill, 3523 on the civil appropriation bill........... 3632 on the bill in regard to a bridge at Fort Leavenworth

.......3719, 3720 Rover, resolution calling for the correspond

ence upon the subject of the murder, by inbabiiants of Formosa, of the ship's company of the American bark, and measures adopted for obtaining redress for the ont

rage---[By Mr. Sumner, February 5, 1868.] agreed to, 981. Rudd, Emmeline H., bill (H. R. No. 1431)

granting a pension to. received from House, 4071; referred, 4075;

passed, 4362; enrolled, 4413. Rules of the Senate, the Committee on Revis. ing the........

.10 report from.

.1311 resolution instructing the Commitee on the

Judiciary to inquire into the expediency of providing, for procedure in the trial of impeachment, and for the suspension of the officer under impeachment pend. ing his trial, &c.-[By Mr. Edmunds,

January 13, 1868.] agreed to, 470. modification of, restricting admissions to the floor.........

552 revision of the, discussed.....

1628, 1834, 1976, 2010, 2087, 2088 remarks byMr. Anthony..... 1628, 1630, 1834, 1835,

1976, 2010, 2087, 2088, 2090, 2094 Mr. Conness

. 2089, 2090, 2091, 2093, 2094 Mr. Davis ......... .2091, 2092, 2033 Mr. Edmunds. ..2088, 2039, 2090, 2091 Mr. Fessenden....

.2089, 2090, 2091, 2092, 2093, 2094 Mr. Frelinghuysen .......

.2094 Mr. Grimes........ 2088, 2089, 2091, 2093

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Rules of the Senate, revision of the-Con: | Salvage, bill (S. No. 800) to enable admiralty | Sawyer, Frederick A., a Senator from South tinued. courts to decree, to incorporations formed Carolina...

....4312, 4320 remarks by

for wrecking or salvage purposes--[By remarks on the bill to relieve Simeon CorMr. Howard ...... 2087, 2088, 2091, 2092 Mr. Morgan.

ley and others from political disabilities, Mr. Morrill, of Maiue.... ..... 2089 referred, 816; indefinitely postponed, 3539.

4405, 4406 Mr. Pomeroy

..2088, 2090 bill (S. No. 387) concerning the liability of on the joint resolution relating to agricul. Mr. Sherman .2087, 2089 shipowners, maritime liens, and the juris- tural colleges.............,

• 4446, 4447 Mr. Şumner ...... 1628, 1680, 1834, 1835 diction in admiralty--(By Mr. Sumner.) | Schmidt, Cornelia K., bill (H. R. No. 517) Mr. Williams. 2094 referred, 1371.

granting a pension to, widow of Adam yeas and nays on the..

... 2088 Salyers, John W., bill (8. No. 841) granting a Schmidt, deceased, late a private in comconcurrent resolution for the sospension of pension to, a soldier of the war of 1812– pany A, thirty-seventh regiment Ohio the sixteenth and seventeenth joint- [By Mr. Van Winkle.]

volunteers. (By Mr. Wilson, July 25, 1868. ]

reported, 1070; passed, 1841. adopied, 4442; resolution of House on, In House : received from Senate, 1859; re

received from House, 731 ; referred, 764;

reported, 1311; passed, 8317; enrolled, 4451. ferred, 1869,

3359. In House: received from Senate, 4434; || Sanford, A., bill (8, No. 586) for the relief of, non-concurred in, 4472.

of Prairie City, Illinois (By Mr. Yates.)

Schweitzer, Maria, bill (8. No. 422) granting a Ram, bill (H. R. No. 764) for the relief of referred, 3672.

pension to, and the children of Conrad certain exporters of., San Juan Island, resolution in reference to the

Schweitzer, deceased - [By Mr. Van received from House, 1657; referred, 1658;

Winkle.] occupation of, in Puget sound--[By Mr. reported, 1835; discussed, 1835, 3249; Howard, December 17, 1867.]

reported, 1694; passed, 1843; passed House rejected, 3251; reconsidered, 8251, 3275; laid oyer, 220; agreed to, 243.

with amendinent, 3902 ; conference, 3954, discussed, 3275; passed with amendments, remarks by

3984 ; conference report, 4097 ; concurred 3278; concurred in by House, 8316.; en:

Mr. Corbett.

.243

in by Senate, 4097; by House, 4147; rolled, 3321.

Mr. Howard .......

220, 243

enrolled, 4159; approved, 4285. Russian Ainerica -see Alaska.

Mr. Sumner...

In House: received from Senate, 1859 ; reRasling, Brevet Brigadier General James F., Mr. Williams

ferred, 1869; reported and passed with resolation calling for a copy of the annual resolution for printing one thousand five

amendment, 3895; conference report report of, inspector of the quartermaster's hundred copies of the message and

agreed to by House, 4131; by Senate, department, in relation to military posts accompanying documents relating to 4182; enrolled, 4186, and other affairs in the Territory of Utah

the joint occupation of, in Puget sound

School of Mines-see Mines. (By Mr. Cragin, March 4, 1868.]

[By Mr. Sumner, March 18, 1868.] School property, bill (S. No. 389) exempting, agreed to, 1658.

referred, 1940,

in the District of Columbia held and used Rutishouser, Isaac, bill (S. No. 437) for the Saulsbury, Willard, a Senator from Dela- for school purposes from local taxation: relief of, of Chicago, Illinois-By Mr.

(By Mr. Harlan.) Yates.]

petitions presented by ....... 1370, 1975, 2274 referred, 1404; reported, 1461; passed, referred, 1864; reported adversely, 2176. incidental remarks by ....1028, 1410, 1431 1621 ; passed House with amendment,

remarks on the order of business....... 1006, 2040; referred, 2010; reported, 2085; S.

2044, 2015

concurred in with amendment, 2274. St. George and St. Paul, joint resolution (S. on the case of Hon. Philip F. Thomas, 1156 In House: received from Senate, 1634;

R. No. 116) relating to the islands of on the joint resolution authorizing the free passed with amendment, 2028; agreed to (By Mr. Cole.)

transluission of soldiers' certificates by hy. Senate with amendment, 2289; rereferred, 1487.

mail

. 1230, 1231

ferred, 2543. Salaries, resolution calling for information in on supplementary reconstruction bill (H. reference to taxes on judicial-[By Mr.

R. No. 214)..................

Schools, bill (S. No. 261) to grant one million 1292

acres of public lands for the benefit of Drake, December 2, 1867.]

on supplementary recovstruction bill (H. agreed to, 1.

R. No. 439)...

public, in the District of Columbia—[By ..... ... ... 1431, 1434

Mr. Wilson. resolution for the payment of, due the clerks on the Military Academy appropriation of committees and special messengers

bill..........

referred, 265.

.1498 and pages retained during the recess- on the rules for the court of impeach:

bilt (S. No. 465) for the erection of school(By Mr. Cragio, December 10, 1867.] ment......... 1526, 1527, 1530, 1670, 1584

houses and the maintenance of, in the

District of Columbia outside of the reported, 98 ; passed, 122.

on the bill to remove political disabilities bill (S. No. 265) to increase the, of the from R. R. Butler...... 1977, 8058, 3059

cities of Washington and Georgetownjudges of Utah Territorg-[By Mr. on the petition of colored persons in Del

[By Mr. Harlan.) Cragin.)

aware...

r... 2007

reported and referred anew, 2114, 3176. referred, 625; reported, 999,

on sundry questions relating to impeach

bill (S. No. 609) transferring the duties of bill (S. No. 445) to regulate the, of registers ment proceedings....

2084

trustees of colored, of Washington and and receivers of land offices appointed on billto amend the judiciary act, 2095,2122 Georgetown-[By Mr. Patterson of under the act approved July 26, 1866, on the bill to provide a temporary govern

New Hampshire.] entitled "An act granting the right of ment for the Territory of Wyoming, 2796

reported and passed, 3900. way to ditch and canal owners over the on bill to admit North Carolina, &c., 2862,

In House : received from Senate, 3028; public lands''-[By Mr. Morton.]

2927, 2928, 2963, 3011, 2012, 3017 referred, 4491. referred, 1911.

Sawyer, Frederick A., credentials of.......4312 || Science, bill (S. No. 551) to carry into effect Salars--see Compensation ; Pay. remarks by

the twu several decrees of the district court bill (8. No. 245) to fix the terms of the cir. Mr, Cameron

.4313 of the United States for the district of cuit and district courts of the United

Mr. Conkling ...... ..4314, 4315, 4316 Louisiana in the cases of the British vesStates for the district of Oregon, and

Mr. Canness...................

..4313, 4817 sels Volant and--(By Mr. Sumner.] the, of the judge thereof-[By Mr. Cor. Mr. Cragin...

reported, 3146. bett. )

Mr. Davis..................

.4813, 4316, 4317 Scott, Mary, bill (S. No. 598) for the relief ofreferred, 472.

Mr. Doolittle

..4319 [By Mr, Van Winkle.] resolution requesting the Secretary of the

Mr. Drake

.4313, 4317

reported, 3767; passed, 4362; passed House, Treasury to inform the Senate for what Mr. Ferry....

4312

4451; enrolled, 4459; approved, 4506. reasons and under wbat law he with:

Mr. Fessenden....

4314

1 In House: received from Senate, 4395 ; holds from the Governor of Idaho Ter.

Mr. Frelinghuysen

4313, 4318 ritory his-[By Mr. Williams, February

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

passed, 4477; enrolled, 4492.

4312 29, 1868.]

Mr. Hendricks.....

1........4318

Sea Islands, bill (H. R: No. 907) to provide for agreed to, 1515.

Mr. Howard

..4312,

the sale of certain lands and lots on the, bill (S. No. 466) fixing the, of the district

4313, 4314, 4315, 4316, 4319

of Beaufort district, South Carolina. attorney of the State of Nevada-(By Mr. Howe.........4312, 4314, 4315, 4317

received from House, 1812; referred, 1812; Mr. Stewart.)

Mr. Morton ......

...4317

reported, 4228. referred, 2144 Mr. Patterson, of New Hampshire, || Secretary of the Senate, instructions to... 2149,

4236 Sale of ships, bill (S. No. 94) declaratory of

4813, 4319 the law with regard to the, to friendly Mr. Pomeroy...,4312, 4318, 4316, 4316

resignation of.........

.2435 belligerents-[By Mr. Chandler.]

2827 Mr. Robertson

4316 accepted ..... discassed, 8243 ; passed, 3244; reconsidered, Mr. Sumner...........

.4313,

election of George C. Gorham as. .2827 3247; discussed, 4399.

2895 4314, 4317, 4318, 4319

qualified........ Sales, bill (8. No, 79) to confirm certain, made

Mr. Tipton

..4319 resolution instructing the Committee on Conby the direct tax commissioners for South

Mr. Trambull........

4317

tingent Expenses of the Senate to inCarolina to persons in the Army, Navy, Mr. Williams...

4316

vestigate the accounts of the-[By Mr. or Marine corps--[By Mr. Frelinghuysen.) Mr. Wilson ........ .4812, 4314, 4319 Cameron, April 15, 1868.] In House : reported adversely, 24, 58,

yeas and ways on the....gg ................4319 adopted, 2308; report, 2365.

.....4318

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proved, 3771.

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Seddon, James A., resolution requesting the Sheets, John, bill (S. No.547) granting a pen Sherman, John, a Senator from Ohio-Conreturn of the resolution passed January sion to-[By Mr. Van Winkle.)

tinued. -70, 21, 1868, in relation to the pardon of reported, 8145; passed, 3325; passed House remarks on the joint resolation in relation [By Mr. Thayer, January 22, 1868.]

with amendments, 3902; conference, 3954, to the payment of the public debt, 49, 64 agreed to, 678.

3984; conference report, 4097; concurred on the resolution in relation to the Presiresolution calling for information in refer- in by Senate, 4097; by House, 4147; en

dent's message....... .........63, 64, 104 11 ence to, late Secretary of War of the rolled, 4159; approved, 4285.

on the resolution in regard to the proceeds This so-called! confederate States, and the In House: received from Senate, 3345 ; re

of confiscated property...... ....... 82, 83 177 | number of Union prisoners who died in ferred, 3346; reported and passed with on the joint resolution in reference to the og en rebel prisons from cruelties while the "amendments, 3892 ; conference report proceeds of captured property........98, Bittosaid, was Secretary of War-[By Mr. agreed to by House, 4131; by Senate,

119, 120, 121, 145, 149, 150, 873, Thayer, January 21, 1868.] 1977 4182.

376, 379, 380, 1211, 1232, 1467,1782 agreed to, 650.

Sherman, John, a Senator from Ohio.........1 on the bill to repeal the cotton tax, Sedgwick, Major General John, joint resolu- petitions presented by..................195, 242,

145, 164, 197, 198, 199, 221, 226, tion (S. R. No. 129) donating certain cap268, 296, 318, 490, 518, 815, 921, 998,

229, 244, 249, 250, 299, 300, 301, * *r tured ordnaace for the completion of a 1070, 1203, 2310, 1370, 1669, 1717, 1775,

302, 306, 307, 308, 330, 346, 347, 1834, 1887, 2067, 2293, 2434; 2556, 2686,

351, 352, 353, 354, 357, 652, 565, 647 (By Mr. Wilson.] 2726, 2789, 2856, 3145, 3882, 3708, 4196

627, 675, 676, 677, 703, 798, 861 referred, 2068; reported, 2259; passed, 2566 ; bills introduced by

on the resolution of adjournment for the passed House, 3521; enrolled, 3521 ; ap- No. 207--for funding the national debt holidays........

.............. 167 and for a conversion of the notes of on the bill to suspend the further reducIn House: received from Senate, 2575 ;

the United States

....219
tion of the currency.

..219, 384, passed, 3525; enrolled, 8535. No. 217—in relation to the coinage of

407, 409, 411, 412, 416, 435, 436, 437, joint resolution (H. R. No. 96) for the relief gold and silver......

....318

443, 472, 473, 501, 503, 520, 521, 522, of, collector of internal revenue for the No. 251--for the relief of Captain Charles

523, 529, 530, 531, 533, 534, 536, 632 dit received from House, 2600; referred, of N. Goulding, late quartermaster of vol.

the bill for funding the national unteers.........

.........519
debt.......

..219, 434, 33149 x 2622 reported, 8213; passed, 3709 ; No. 348_declaring the State of Alabama

999, 1417, 1418, 1463, 1464, 1649, enrolled, 3748. restored to the right of representation

1653, 1787, 1809, 1812, 2594, 3708, Segar, Joseph, bill (S. No. 575) to refer the

5
in Congress......

....... 1117

8869, 3958, 3959, 8961, 3988, 3989, claim of, to the Court of Claims-[By Mr. No. 544-to provide for a board of com

8991, 8993, 3996, 3997, 4037, 4038, Willey: missioners for the District of Colum.

4039, 4041, 4042, 4043, 4044, 4046, * reported, 3540; called up, 4159 ; discussed, bia ...........

.......... 3130

4047, 4048, 4050, 4328, 4403, 4466 4407; passed with amendment and title No. 554—to promote commerce among (See Appendix.) amended, 4411.

the States and to cheapen transporta on Cincinnati memorial concerning the In House : received from Senate, 4430, 4434.

tion of the mails and military and naval rights of naturalized citizens..... 268, 269 remarks by

stores..... .....

..........3176 on deficiency bill (H. R. No. 318).....271, 8. Mr. Buckalew............ 4407, 4408, 4410 joint resolutions introduced by

272, 274, 277, 278, 280 . Mr. Cameron ..............................4408 No. 72--for the relief of John M. Broome on the order of business.... 4801 Mr. Conkling. ......za 4407, 4409, 4410 and others, the band of the twelfth Ken

282, 491, 492, 504, 555, 651, 699, 1006, Oh Mr. Conness...... 4169, 4160, 4408, 4410 tucky infantry ..... ............. 79

1032, 1033, 1121, 1271, 1288, 1647, 1703, Mr. Drake........

....4410 No. 166–declaring the ratification of the 1836, 2114, 2233, 2236, 2658, 2959, 3052, Mr. Fowler....

...4410
fourteenth article of amendment of the

8053, 3074, 3075, 4276, 4321, 4449, 4450 Mr. Frelinghuysen.....

4409

Constitution of the United States... 4197 on the bill (S. No. 228) for the further securje v Mr. Harlan...... ..4410 concurrent resolution submitted by~

ity of equal rights in the District of Mr. Hendricks............ 4407, 4408, 4409 declaring the ratification of the fourteenth Columbia.....

344, 346 Mr. Howe.......

.4159,

article of amendment of the Consti- on the resolution relating to illegal ex4160, 4407, 4408, 4409, 4410 tution of the United States-[July 21, penditures by public officers..........373 Mr. Tipton... 4410 1868)................

on the bill to prevent frauds in the col. coris Mr. Trumbull... 4409, 4410 resolutions submitted by

lection of the tax on spirits.....404, 405 !!

Mr. Willey, 3540, 4407, 4408, 4409, 4410 calling for the correspondence between on the bill regulating corporations in the Mr. Williams..

.4409, 4410

the United States and France in respect District of Columbia..... .....435, 456 yeas and nays on the.....

.4410 to the international monetary conference on deficiency bill (H. R. No. 320), 561, 562 Senor, Rebecca V., bill (S. No. 316) for the held in June and July last, with in- on the case of Hon. Philip F. Thomas, 634, relief of, mother of James H. Senor, de- structions and reports, &c.-[Decem.

1127, 1153, 1169, 1205, 1242, 1243 [By Mr. .]

ber 6, 1867)

.64 on the bill to facilitate the payment of for printing report of the Comptroller soldiers' bounties.......

.... 650, 3902; enrolled, 3958; approved, 3984. of the Currency-[December 11, 1867),

651, 1622, 1623, 1787, 1788 In House ; received from Senate, 185.93898.

123 on the joint resolution providing a com,

directing the Secretary of the Treasury to mission to examine distillery meters, report to Senate such existing and un

652, 794, 795, 796 Committee on the Pay of Officers of the expended appropriations as may with- on supplementary reconstruction bill (H. 1391) Senate to inqulire into the expediency of out injury to the public service be carried R. No. 439), 701, 703, 792, 824, 825, 984 377 defining the duties of the Secretary, and to the surplus fund, &c.--[January 13, on the death of Hon. Cornelius S. Hamil. 20. Sother officers of the Senate [By Mr. 1868] ....

.471

ton, a Representative from Obio.....711 Sumner, December 9, 1867.]

on the death of Hon. Cornelius S. Hamil. on the joint resolution in reference to the read and discussed, 79; referred, 81.

ton, late a member of the House of maritime exhibition at Havre......... 732 remarks by

Representatives from Ohio“[January on the resolutions of the Legislature of to' Mr. Chandler......... GI....... 81 23, 1868).............

.712

Ohio withdrawing assent from the pro. Mr. Conness.......... ...... .....80 providing for an index to the report posed constitutional amendment......876 2001 Mr. Edmunds.lu............... ....81

of the impeachment trial-[May 28, on the bill in relation to taxing shares in Mr. Fessenden.................... .80

1868]...

.2609
national banks ......

t......921 TRE Mr. Grimes...... ........... 81 reports made by ... ...... 98, 45, 219, 343, 404, on the bill in addition to the tenure-ofMr. Howes.,vio.

80
491, 675, 703, 921, 999, 1230, 1787,

office act, 960, 961, 962, 1028, 1030, 1037 Salat Mr. Johnson

80, 81

1887, 2114, 2653, 2769, 2789, 2959, 3504, on the joint resolation authorizing the SecMr. Sumner.....

79, 80, 81 3566, 3708, 4079, 4093, 4095, 4197, 4467 retary of War to employ counsel in cer. Mr. Trumbull.

.... 80, 81
motions made by...... 10, 49, 64, 120, 145,

tain cases.........

.981, 982 Sharpshooters-see Duties.

152, 164, 197, 219, 244, 318, 330, 343, on the bill relating to the central branch Shaw, Joanna L., bill (H. R. No. 1228) grant- 373, 626, 632, 984, 1227, 1271,1417, 1418, of the Union Pacific Railroad Company,

1463, 1649, 1670, 1696, 1703, 1787, 1809,

1000, 1117, 1143, 1442, 1443, 1896, 3286

1992, 2040, 2114, 2116, 2177, 2221, 2233, on the bill in relation to islands in the ported, 3900; passed, 4365; en 1181 09143.

2237, 2242, 2333, 2417, 2760, 3183, 3214, Great Miami river......................1026 Shears, Harriet E. bill (H. R. No. grant

3326, 3645, 3757, 3869, 4266, 4276, 4453 on the bill concerning land grants to incidental remarks by, 49, 298, 299, 406, 434,

Nevada....

1089, 1443, 1464 ,

472, 490, 499, 500, 520, 552.620,816, 951, on the bill for the relief of the heirs of reported, 3857; passed, 4364; enrolled,

;
1070, 1125, 1429, 1439. 1620, 1645, 1649,

General Richardson ....................1096

1657, 1996, 1790, 1911, 1978, 1992, 2031, on the bill for the relief of certain con Sheets, Daniel, bill (H. R. No. 1394) granting 2068, 2088, 2220, 2235, 2236, 2259, 2287, tractors for vessels ......... ..... 1143, a pension to. 2306, 2509, 2958, 2959, 3074, 3118, 3176,

1144, 2961, 3051 received from Honse and referred, 3917; re. 3183, 3242, 3313, 3672,3748, 3818, 3966, on supplementary reconstruction bill (H.

ported, 4197 ; passed, 4888; enrolled, 4448. 4200, 4280, 4266, 4819, 4450, 4466, 4602 R. No. 214) ...... 1290, 1414, 1415, 1417

............4266

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