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Colorado, Territory of Continued.

Commerce, bill (H. R. No. 929)-Continued. Commissioners, resolution calling for a copy bill (H.R. No. 313) repealing a certain por. remarks by

of uil the evidence and of the report of tion of an act of the Legislative As

Mr. Morrell.....

.3226 | the, appointed under the filtirib article se'nbly of, au horizing a lottery, and to Dir. Myers....

3232 of the treaty with the Choctaw and Chickprevent swindling in the Territories of Mr. O'Neill......... ... 3228, 3233, 3234 asuw Indians of 1866, together with the the United States--[By Mr. Ingersoll.] Mr. Pike .........

.......2014, award of the Secretary of the luierior read and referred, 331.

3230, 3285, 3236, 3237, 3238 upon said report-[By Mr. Shanks, Febbill (H. R. No. 363) amendatory of an act Mr. Pile.......... .2613, 3237, 3238 ruary 26, 1868.] to provide a temporary government for

Mr. Randall

.3234 reported and agreed to, 1448. [By Mr. Chilcott.]

Mr. Scofield..

2613, 2614 bill (H. R. No: 1443) authorizing the apreferred, 331.

Mr. Spalding:

.3226, 3235 bill (H. R. No. 364) for the further relief of Mr. Van Trump......

pointment of three, to examine the

3235 citizens of Denver-[By Mr. Chilcott. ] Mr. Washburne, of Illinois........... 2613

claims of the Territory of Montana for

volunteers during the late Indian war, referred, 331.

Mr. Washburn, of Massachusetts, 3232

and to report upon the same-[By Mr. bill (H. R. No. 487) to establish certain post Mr. Washburn, of Wisconsio ....... 3235 Cavanaugh.] routes in-[By Mr. Chilcott.]

yeas and nays on the......

3238

referred, 4252 referred, 637.

bill (H. R. No. 953) to encourage, and in- Committee-room, resolution to set apart a bill (H. R. No. 807) declaring null and void ternal trade by facilitating direct im

room in the Capitol for the use of ihe terà certain act of the Legislature of, portations-[By Mr. Grover.]

ritorial Delegates--[By Mr. Burleigh, therein named—[By Mr. Chilcott.] referred, 2070.

February 10, 1868.] referred, 1418.

Commercial commissioner, joint résolution (H. adopted, 1084. biļi (H. R. No. 889) to repeal certain parts R. No. 274) authorizing the appointment Committee-rooms, resolution in reference to of an act of the Legislature of, entitled of a--[By Mr. Pile.]

the expense and practicability of convertAn act to locate the site and establish referred, 2569.

ing the old Hall of Representatives into, a penitentiary for'—[By Mr. Chilcott.] || Commercial relations, resolution for printing for the use of the conmittees of the referred, 1759.

extra copies of the report on the, of the House-[By Mr. Blaine, March 23, 1868.] Colorado river, resolution relating to the ex- United States with foreign nations for the

read and withdrawn, 2070 ploration of-[By Mr. Hooper, of Utah, last current year—[By Mr. Laflin, March February 3, 1868. ]

4, 1868.]

Committees, resolution in referenee to sessions agreed to, 936. reported and agreed to. 1661.

of, during reçess--[By Jir. Spalding, July

25, 1868.]
Colored troops, bill (H. R, No. 1105) for the Commission, joint resolution (H. R. No. 140)
reorganization of the United States, their to provide for a. to examine and report

agreed to, 4471.
stunding

..105, instruction and colonization-[By Mr. on meters for distilled spirits-[By Mr. Phelps.) Schenck.]

1039, 3271, 3556, 3563, 3944, 4433, 4500

selectreferred, 2569. reported, 421 ; discussed, 422, 443 ; passed,

to wait on the President..............2, 4501 Columns, joint resolution (8. R. No. 328) for 447; passed Senate with amendments, thed nation of certain-[By Mr. O'Neill.] 830; motion to take up, 844; amend.

on a system of common schools for Dis.

trict of Columbia ......... ...........11 read and passed, 3883; passed Senate, 4489; ments concurred in, 865; enrolled, 875; enrolled, 4493; approved, 4498. approved, 937.

to communicate to the Senate action of In Senate: received from House, 3869; In Senate: received from House, 434; re

the House ordering an impeachment of ferred, 443; reported, 491; discussed,

the President......... referred, 8873; reported, 3983 ; passed,

...... 1402 4452; enrolled, 4462. 651, 794; passed, 800: enrolled, 876.

to prepare articles of impeachment against Commerce, the Committee on. joint resolution (H. R. No. 182) requiring

the President.......

.........1402 instructions to......... :3, the Secretary of the Treasury to appoint

on the charges against Hon. Ignatius Don97, 152, 517, 692, 693, 733, 806, a, to establish a marine hospitalat Cairo,

melly....... 2362, 2367, 2379, 2380 838, 936, 967, 1681, 2307, 3758 Illinois-[By Mr. Logan.]

on the letter of the Missouri delegation to reports from......... .844. 861, 1519, 1332, referred. 780.

Senator Henderson.......... 2532, 2536 1470, 2082, 2297, 2333, 2611, 2612, 2613, joint resolution (H. R. No. 189) for the

to investigate the corrupt means alleged to 2634, 2637, 2669, 3556, 372, 3850, 3883, appointment of a, to ascertain the losses

have been used to influence the determ3907, 4051, 4080, 4082, 4124, 4293, 4469 of loyal Choctaws and Chickasaws, and

ination of the Senate upon the articles adverse reports from ......... .1998, 2611, 2684 other loyal persons-[By Mr. Shanks.)

of impeachment...... .2503, 2505 discharged from subjects... 2669, 4477, 4494 referred, 035.

to attend the funeral of ex. President Buresolution relating to the practical workings bill (H. R. No. 705) to provide for a, to invest

chanan .........

............2817 of our systent of foreign-[By Mr. Mor- igate claims arising from Indian depre

to attend the sharpshooters' festival, 3089, rell, January 22, 1868.) dations-[By Mr. Clarke, of Kansas.]

13523 reported and agreed to, 692. read, referred, and printed, 1083.

to investigate the disbursement of the bill (H. R. No. 878) to encourage, and in- bill (H. R. No. 854) to dissolve the, author- contingent fund ...

.........4080 ternal trade by facilitating direct import- ized by the act to establish peace with

on tbe ve itilation of the House........4259 ation-[By Mr. Nicholson.]

certain hostile tribes of Indians, ap

to inquire in reference to Prince Edward's referred, 1759.

proved July 20, 1867—[By Mr. Clarke,

Island...

isoov... 4493 bill (H. R. No. 929) to promote American

of Kansas. ]

of conference[By Mr. Pike. Í referred, 1631.

on bill (H. R. No. 207) to exempt cotton referred, 1900; substitute reported, 2613 ; joint resolution (S. R. No. 118) for the ap

from internal tax... 638, 648, 673;—694, discussed, 2013, 2621, 3034 ; postponed, pointment of a, to select suitable loca.

735, 740;—742, 807, 895 3064; discussed, 3226, 3230, - 3236.; tions for powder magazines.

on bill (H. R. No. 213) to suspend further tabled, 3238.

received from Senaie, 1693; referred, reduction of the currency...642, 648, 671 remarks by

2028; reported and passed, 2321; en- on bill (H. R. No. 320) making appropriaMr. Allison, 2613, 2614, 3236, 3237, 3238 rolled, 2475.

tions to supply deficiencies in the approMr. Blaine. ..2613, 3235, 3236, 3237 joint resolution (H. R. No. 2561) authorizing priations for the execution of the reconMr. Blair...... 3223, 3230, 3231

the Secretary of the Treasury to appoint struction laws and for the service of the Mr. Brooks.....

.3231, 3235 a, to examine certain buildings in St. quartermaster's department of the Gov. Mr. Broomall......

3236
Louis, Missouri-[By Mr. Pile.]

ernment for the fiscal year ending June Mr. Butler, of Massachusetts........3238 referred, 2399.

30, 1868

....... 783, 836 Mr. Chanler

bill (H. R. No. 1278) providing for the on bill (S. No: 303) for the relief of the Mr. Covode....

.3236
appointment of a, to examine and re-

heirs of the late General Duncan L. Mr. Driggs

...3231,
3235

port upon certain claims of the State of Clinch, deceased ....... Mr. Eldridge....

.3233,
New York-[By Mr. Ketcham.]

1681, 1707, 1761, 1797 3234, 3235, 3236, 3237 reported and recommitted, 3294; reported on bill (H. R. No. 678) making approMr. Eliot

2613, 2014, 3064, and discussed, 3944; recominitted, 3946. priations for the payment of invalid and 3226, 3227, 3228, 3:229, 3236, 3238 bill (H. R. No. 1362) to establish a, of

other pensions of the United States for Mr. Farnsworth,

charities for the District of Columbia- the year ending June 30, 1869......1813, Mr. Ferriss...................

.....
.3228 [By Mr. Washburne, of Illinois.]

1904, 1998, 2006, 2575 Mr. Garfield 3229 referred, 3758.

on bill (H. R. No. 331) to facilitate the Mr. Harding...... 2614, 3228, 3235, 3238 Commissioner of Public Buildings, bill (H. payment of soldiers' bounties under the Mr. Higby... 3234 R. No. 1148) to repeal the act approved

act of 1866......

1818, 1904 Mr. Hooper, of Massachusetts...... 3234 March 2, 1867, abolishing the office of, on joint resolution (H. R. No. 19) proMr. Lynch .........

3227, and vesting the care and custody of the viding that certain moneys now in the 3230, 8232, 3233, 3231, 3235, 3236 same in a superintendent appointed by hands of the United States Treasurer, Mr. Maynard...

2613, 3236 the Committee on Public Buildings and as special agent of the Treasury DepartMr. Miller

.3228, 3229 Grounds—[By Mr. Ashley, of Ohio.] Mr. Moorhead.....

ment, be covered by warrant in the 2014 referred, 2750.

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Committees-Continued.

Committees-Continued. of conference

of conferenceon bill (H. R. No. 718) making appropria- on bill (H. R. No. 939) to provide for an

tions for the consular and diplomatic American line of emigrant passenger expenses of the Government for the

steamships between New York and one year ending June 30, 1869........... 1858, or more European ports..............4390, 1865, 1869

4396, 4430 on bill (S. No. 108) for the relief of Henry on bill (H. R. No. 1446) to relieve from Greathouse and Samuel Kelly ......1858, legal and political disabilities Simeon

1860 Corley, John Milledge, and Michael son bill (H. R. No. 900) to exempt certain Hahn.

4477, 4485, 4489 zol manufactures from internal tax...2143, on bill (H. R. No. 1448) making appro

2207 priations for certain executive expenses alon bill (H. R. No. 601) making appropri- of the Government for the fiscal year

ations for the naval service for the year ending June 30, 1869........... 4478, 4490 ending June 30, 1869..................2337, on bill (S. No. 619) to extend the laws of

2355, 2753

the United States relating to customs, 29fon bill (H. R. No. 658) making appro- commerce, and navigation over the y priations for the support of the Army territory ceded to the United States by for the year ending June 30, 1868, 2609, Russia, and to establish a collection dis

2643
trict therein........

.4493 07 on joint resolution (H. R. No. 218) for the Common schools in the District of Columbia-4397 relief of John M. Palmer............ 2757, see Schools.

2773, 2816
select committee on..........

....11 adion bill (H. R. No. 1039) to admit the reports from ........

.443 { Ho State of Arkansas to representation in | Compensation-see Pay; Salary: Congress........

...2836, 2876 bill (H. R. No. 204) to extend the joint resoBit on bill (S. No. 184) granting a pension to lution giving additional, to certain emPlast Mrs. Ann Corcoran......................8171 ployés in the civil service at Washingon bill (H. R. No. 1059) to relieve certain ton, approved February 28, 1867-[By

citizens of North Carolina of disabil- Mr. Logan.] co ities............

3229-30, 8266 referred, 9. nou on sundry pension bills.. .....3694, bill (H. R. No. 229) to regulate the, of assist3732, 3974, 4003, 4131

ant assessors and assistant collectors of 10 on bill (H. R. No. 605) making appro- internal revenue in certain cases-[By zit priations for the legislative, executive,

Mr. Kerr.] Iland judicial expenses of the Govern. referred, 89, to nament for the year ending the 30th of bill (H. R. No. 271) extending the provisions Ja June, 1869.................8764, 3786, 3793 of the act entitled "An act fixing the, for Sul on bill' (H. R. No. 818) making appro- bailiffs and criers of the courts of the Janice priations for sundry civil expenses of District of Columbia"--[By Mr. Cary.] 2011. the Government for the fiscal year end- referred, 129.

od ing June 30, 1869.......3850, 3885, 4082 resolution directing the heads of the several OH on bill (H. R. No. 554) making a grant Departments to furnish the aggregate of of land to the State of Minnesota to aid amount of the twenty per cent. allow. & in the improvement of the navigation of ance to the employés of their respective (71 kn the Mississippi river............ .3926, Departments for the year ending June

3944, 4258, 4293 30, 1867—[By Mr. Welker, December Paylon bill (H. R. No. 344) to incorporate the 11, 1867.] are Washington Target-Shooting Associa- reported and adopted, 134. - tion in the District of Columbia .....8967 joint resolution (H. R. No. 133) creating a 1 on bill (H. R. No. 1284) to change and local board of inspection of hulls, boil. jew more effectually secure the collection of ers, and machinery of steamers at the port Sme internal revenue on distilled spirits and of Cairo, Illinois, and authorizing and od tobacco, and to amend the tax on banks, requiring the Secretary of the Treasury 3202

3981, 3999, 4002 to appoint local inspectors for said port; da on bill (S. No. 352) to authorize the also fixing the, of such inspectors-[By ab temporary supplying of vacancies in the Mr. Raum.] EGA Executive Departments................4062, referred, 331.

4082, 4135, 4182 bill (H. R. 'No. 387) to fix the, of the United soon bill (H. R. No. 1073) making appro- States depositary at Chicago-[By Mr. 10 priations for the current and contingent Judd.] 088 expenses of the Indian department, and referred, 473 ; reported and passed, 4051; 79 31

for fulfilling treaty stipulations with indefinitely postponed by Senate, 4175. Ito various Indian tribes for the year ending In Senate: received from House, 4031; -“។

June 30, 1869..... .........4175, 4196 referred, 4031; committee discharged

on bill (H. R. No. 1341) making appro-0τ.

and bill indefinitely postponed, 4093. -33619 priations and to supply deficiences in bill (H. R. No. 413) to fix the, of the First ed the appropriations for the service of the Comptroller of the Treasury--[By Mr.

Government for the fiscal year ending Welker.] osul. June 30, 1868.....

4259, 4293 referred, 474. 88 on bill (H. R. No. 1010) relating to pen- joint resolution (H. R. No. 161) fixing the, ort sions.

4340, 4375 of members of Congress-[By Mr. HubJ on bill (H. R. No. 1205) to further amend bard, of West Virginia.] Boa

the postal laws..... ... 4340, 4345 referred, 637. non bill (H. R. No. 1096) making an ap- joint resolution (H. R. No. 179) giving -0790

propriation of money to carry into effect twenty per cent. additional, to the clerks be the treaty with Russia of March 30, and other employés of the Executive ครูรใน 1867

........4340, 4345 Departments at Washington city receivon bill (H. R. No. 541) making appropri- ing salaries not under one thousand nor

ations for the service of the Columbia over two thousand dollars per year in out Institution for the Instruction of the the aggregate-[By Mr. Spalding.]

Deaf and Dumb, &c...........4382, 4383 referred, 780. boon bill (S. No. 207) for funding the na- bill (H. R. No.574) to amend the act of July

tional debt and for the conversion of the 28, 1866, to fix the, of certain collectors notes of the United States........... 4390, of customs—[By Mr. Hooper, of Mass.]

4423, 4430, 4493 referred, 780. on bill (H. R. No. 1277) to provide for the bill (H. R. No. 638) to regulate the charges

distribution of the reward offered by the and, of express companies—[By Mr. President of the United States for the Loughridge.] capture of Jefferson Davis... 4390, 4395 referred, 935.

Compensation-Continued. bill (H. R. No.

652) to increase the, of registers and receivers in the Territory of

Idaho-[By Mr. Holbrook.] referred, 935; reported and

recommitted, 2461; reported, 2835; called up, 2972;

tabled, 2973. remarks by

4.Hilid Mr. Ashley, of Nevada, 2461, 2835, 2836 Mr. Ashley, of Ohio........ 2835 Mr. Flanders

2972, 2973 Mr. Harding.......... Mr. Holman

........2836 Mr. Mullins............

2973 Mr. Ross...

..2972, 2973 Mr. Scofield.

2836, 2973 Mr. Ward........

...2836 Mr. Washburne, of Illinois...2972, 2973 resolution that the clerks to committees in

the House shall be entitled to the same additional, as the other employés of the

House-[By Mr. Price, March 3, 1868. ] adopted, 1632. bill (H. R. No. 936) for the regulation of

labor in the navy-yards of the United

States and, thereof-[By Mr. Banks.] referred, 1993.

143 joint resolution (H. R. No. 245) givingaddi

tional, to certain employés in the civil service of Government for the fiscal year

ending June 30, 1868–[By Mr. Orth.] read and printed, 2071; laid aside, 3887. resolution construing the resolution of March

3, 1868, in reference to the, of the clerks to committees, &c.—[By

Mr. Washburn, of Indiana, March 23, 1868.] laid over, 2071. bill (H. R. No. 996) granting, to Thomas F.

Shewell, late acting commissioner of internal revenue in the fourth district of

Pennsylvania-[By Mr. Myers. ] referred, 2228. bill (H. R. No. 1047) to fix the, of certain

consular officers, to provide for their supervision and the verification of their accounts, and to prohibit their collection of fees not authorized by law-[By Mr.

Kelsey.] read, 2406. joint resolution (H. R. No. 291) giving addi

tional, to certain employés in the civil service of the Government at Washing

ton-By Mr. Washburn, of Indiana.i read, 2036, 3164 ; passed, 3165; recon

sideration moved, 3174; recalled from Senate, 3199; returned, 3202 ; notice, 3238 ; reconsidered, 3255 ; tabled, 3257 In Senate: received from House, 3150;

referred, 3163; recalled by House, 3183. remarks by

...3174, 3199, 3238, 3255, 3256

..3199

20130813 Mr. Butler....... at

.3199 Mr. Cobb.......

..2937 Mr. Eliot......

.3256 Mr. Farnsworth.

3165 Mr. Harding....

3165 Mr. Holman.

.2937, 3165 Mr. Koontz...

2937 Mr. Maynard

3199, 3256 Mr. Mullins.. 2937, 3165, 3256 Mr. Randall..

.3199 Mr. Selye

2936, 2937 Mr. Spalding

..3199 Mr. Upson.

2936, 2937, 3165 Mr. Van Wyck.....

2937 Mr. Washburne, of Illinois..........

3199 Mr. Washburn, of Indiana.......... 2936,

2937, 3164, 3165, 3199, 3256 yeas and pays on the.............2937, 3256 bill (H. R. No. 182) extending the pro

visions of the act entitled "An act fixing the, for bailiffs and criers of the courts of the District of Columbia"

[By Mr. Randall.]

reported adversely, 3618. Compromises, bill (H. R. No. 571) to prevent,

of offenses against the revenue laws and

making such, felonious-[By Mr. Coburn.] referred, 780.

1.67 H. R. No. 533) for

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4 joint resolution (H. R. No. 271) proposing Confederate property, joint resolution (H. R. an amendment to the-[By Mr. Cobb.)

No. 283) relating to, in foreign countries- referred, 2527.

(By Mr. Washburn, of Wisconsin.] Senate concurrent resolution declaring the referred, 2773.

ratification of the fourteenth article of Confiscation, bi!l (H. R. No. 29) relative to amendment of the.

damages done to loyal men-[By Mr. received from Senate, 4295; concurred Stevens, of Pennsylvania.]

in, 4295, 4296. discussed, 108, 112; postponed to January bill (H. R. No. 1449) to enforce the third 21, 117.

section of the fourteenth article of remarks by

amendments to the-[By Mr. Sypher.] Mr. Banks......

. 108

referred, 4416. Mr. Chanler..

. 108, 117 Constitutions, resolution calling for the reMr. Eldridge..... .108, 112, 116 ports of the several district commanders Mr. Stevens, of Pennsylvania.........108

of the elections held for and against the Mr. Washburne, of Illinois....... . 108

ratification of the proposed, in the southCongressional Directory, resolution relating

eru States-[By Mr. Beck, May 13, 1868.] to the distribution of the second edition

agreed to, 2441 of the-[By Mr. Windom, January 22,

Consul, resolution in relation to the absence 1868.]

of the United States, at Panama-[By objected to, 692.

Mr. Van Wyck, July 24, 1868.] Connelly, Johannah, bill (H. R. No. 1285) agreed to, 4427. granting a pension to-[By Mr. Polsley.)

Consular and diplomatic expenses, bill (H. R. reported, 3102; passed, 3103 ; passed Sen- No. 602) making appropriations for the, ate, 4895 ; enrolled, 4434 ; approved,

of the Government for the year ending the 4498.

30th of June, 1869-[By Mr. Washburne,

of Illinois. ] In Senate : received from House and referred, 3119; reported, 3900 ; passed,

reported and recommitted, 899. 4365; enrolled, 4443.

bill (H. R. No. 718) making appropriations Connolly, Thomas, bill (H. R. No. 676) grant

for the, of the Government for the year ing a pension to-[By Mr. Van Aernam.] ending 30th June, 1869-[By Mr. Washreported and passed, 1043 ; passed Senate

burne, of Illinois. ] with amendments, 3340; disagreed to,

reported, 1092; discussed, 1201, 1218, 3693 ; conference, 3694, 3732; conference 1226; passed, 1228 ; passed Senate with report, 3938; agreed to by Senate, 3928;

amendments, 1813; referred, 1828; reby House, 3938;

enrolled, 3981; approved, ported and disagreed to, 1858; confer4255.

ence, 1858, 1865, 1869; conference reIn Senate: received from House, 1038; port, 1960; agreed to by Senate, 1960; referred, 1068; reported, 1515 ; passed

enrolled, 2006. with amendments, 3320; conference, 3688;

In Senate : received from House, 1232; reconference report, 3857 ; concurred in by ferred, 1256 ; reported, 1694; discussed, Senate, 3857; by House, 3954; enrolled, 1725, 1746, 1783; passed with amend. 3958, 3986.

ments, 1787; disagreed to by House, Connor, Charles O., bill (H. R. No. 533) for 1864; conference, 1864; conference rethe relief of-[By Mr. Hamphrey.]

port, 1944; concurred in by Senate, referred, 778.

1944; concurred in by House, 1976; Constitution of the United States, joint resolu.

enrolled, 1992. tion (H. R. No. 98) proposing an amend.

remarks byment to the-[By Mr. Ashley, of Ohio.]

Mr. Banks........... 1220, 1224, 1226, 1227 motion to recousider, 18; discussed, 117;

Mr. Blaine .......

1201, withdrawn, 119.

1223, 1224, 1225, 1226 resolation inquiring how many and what

Mr. Brooks........... .1201, 1219, State Legislatures have ratified the pro

1222, 1223, 1226, posed amendment to the, known as the

1227, 1228, 1858 fourteenth article-[By Mr. Scofield,

Mr. Butler, of Massachusetts.. .1201, January 6, 1868.]

1202, 1220, 1226, agreed to, 340.

1227, 1228, 1828 list of States that have ratified the amend

Mr. Chanler.......

1201, 1202, 1221 ment of the, known as the fourteenth arti

Mr. Eldridge........

1202 cle, communicated ..........

.1225 .........447

Mr. Farusworth....

Mr. Higby .........1201, 1222, 1227, 1228 bill (H. R. No. 436) declaring the fourteenth

Mr. Holman.. article of the amendinent proposed by

.1092, 1201, 1226, 1227 Mr. Kelley.

1221 the Thirty-Ninth Congress duly ratified

Mr. Kelsey.

1224 as a part of the-[By Mr. Bingham.] referred, 475.

Mr. Logan..

.1221, 1224

Mr. Mungen. resolutions withdrawing the assent of the

1222, 1227, 1228 Mr. Niblack.

1222 State of Obio from proposed fourteenth

Mr. Peters. .......

1225, 1226 amendment to the.

Mr. Pike...... 1220, 1221, 1226, 1228 presented, 890.

Mr. Pruyn..... . 1219, 1223, 1227, 1228 joint resolution of the Legislature of New Mr. Robinson... .1222, 1223, 1224 Jersey withdrawing the assent of that State Mr. Schenck...

.. 1225 from the proposed.....

....... 2225

Mr. Spalding ...... 1201, 1223, 1224, 1228 resolution directing that the resolution of Mr. Washburne, of Illinois... 1092, 1201, Legislature of New Jersey, purporting

1202, 1218, 1219, 1220, 1221, to withdraw the assent of that State to

1222, 1223, 1224, 1225, 1226, the constitutional amendment, be re

1227, 1228, 1858, 1869, 1960 turned by the Speaker to the gentle. Mr. Washburn, of Indiana......... 1201 man who presented it, and that its title Mr. Williams, of Pennsylvania..... 1219, only be referred to in the Journal of

1220, 1221,

222, 1223 the House and in the Congressional Mr. Wood.......... .. 1201, 1219, 1220 Glebe-[By Mr. Washburne, of Illinois, Consular officers, bill (H. R. No. 1047) to fix March 30, 1868.]

the compensation of certain, to provide adopted, 2226.

for their supervision and the verification joint resolation (H. R. No. 269) proposing of their accounts, and to prohibit their

an amendment to the-[By Mr. Rohin. collection of fees not authorized by lawson.)

[By Mr. Kelsey. ] referred, 2626.

read, 2406.

Contested election-
froin Colorado:
case of Hunt vs. Cbilcott.
papers referred, 287; resolution to com-

pensate Hunt referred, 1901 ; reported

and agreed to, 4471. from Kentucky: cảse of James B. Beck, Thomas L. Jones,

A. P. Grover, and J. Proctor Knott. resolution that, are entitled to seats as

members of this House from Ken.

tucky-[By Mr. Cook, Dec. 3,1867.] reported; 11; discussed, 11, 13;

adopted, 13; Messrs. Beck, Knott,
and Grover sworn in, 13; Mr. Jones

sworn in, 27.
remarks by-
Mr. Boyer........

11 Mr. Burr......

11 Mr. Chanler..........

11 Mr. Cook ..........

.......11, 13 Mr. Eldridge

11 Mr. Kerr....

Mr. Maynard.... ......... 11, 13 case of Symes vs. Trimble, first district. papers referred, 55, 105 ; resolutions re

ported, 362 ; discussed, 447; adopted,

452; Mr. Trimble sworn in, 452. resolution to compensate G. G. Symes

proposed, 1217; rejected, 1218; adopted, 1419. remarks byMr. Chanler........

448 Mr. Dawes..

451, 452 Mr. Ingersoll..

362 Mr. Kelsey....

452 Mr. Kerr......

450 Mr. Maynard ......449, 450, 451, 452 Mr. Symes (contestant)..... 448 Mr. Trimble, of Kentucky, 448, 452 Mr. Upson

.362, 447, 448, 449, 450, 451, 452 case of Smith vs. Brown, second district. resolutions reported, '664; discussed,

891 ; resolutions reported by minority, 899; discussed, 899, 901, 937, 944, 1107, 1109, 1161; resolution in case of Brown adopted,. 1161; resolution to compensate Brown proposed, 1217; rejected, 1218; adopted, 1419; resolution to rescind proposed, 1426 ; case of Smith discussed, 1184, 1185, 1189, 1198; res. olution adopted, 1200; resolution to compensate S. E. Smith proposed,

1217; rejected, 1218; adopted, 1419. remarks on the case of Brown byMr. Anderson

941 Mr. Beck ........ 900, 901, 902, 909 Mr. Brown.....

..1161 Mr. Burr....

1161 Mr. Chanler, 891, 894, 899,900,1161 Mr. Cook .....

.909, 911 Mr. Covode

...945 Mr. Dawes... ...... 664, 665, 891, 892,

894, 895, 899, 900, 911, 912. 915,

920,938, 940, 943, 944, 1109, 1161 Mr. Driggs.

941 Mr. Eldridge.

900, 945 Mr. Gravely

900, 901, 942 Mr. Hubbard, of West Virginia,

901, 911 Mr. Johnson

...909 Mr. Kerr.........

..... 664, 665, 899, 911, 912, 919, 920, 937,

938, 940, 941, 942, 943,1161 Mr. Knott......

......912, 915 Mr. Lawrence, of Ohio..........

.......945 Mr. Miller

.942 Mr. Mullins.........915, 916, 917, 919 Mr. Paine.......................

.894 Mr. Peters......

912, 917 Mr. Price......

.948 Mr. Pruyn.......

.....................919 Mr. Trimble, of Kentucky......895,

944, 945 Mr. Upson ....... 902, 937, 944, 1161 Mr. Van Horn, of Missouri ......943 Mr. Washburpe, of Illinois, 900, 901 Mr. Welker

.948 yeas and nay..........

. 1161

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Mr. Kerr.........

Contested election-Continued. from Kentucky: case of Smith vs. Brown, second district.

remarks on the case of Smith by

Mr. Ashley, of Ohio ......... 1188
Mr. Baker

1198 Mr. Benton

.1198, 1199 Mr. Blaine.........., 1184, 1197, 1198 Mr. Chanler

....1189, 1200 Mr. Coburn

..1184, 1186, 1187, 1194, 1195 Mr. Covode.....

.1188 Mr. Dawes.

1184, 1185, 1186, 1187, 1188, 1189,

1191, 1194, 1196, 1197, 1198 Mr. Egglestona.

....1199 Mr. Eldridge.........

1197, 1198 Mr. Farnsworth ........ 1185, 1197 Mr. Harding...

....1185, 1194 Mr. Higby

1189 Mr. Kerr.

1186, 1194 Mr. Lawrence, of Pa..... 1200 Mr. Maynard, 1184,1185,1186, 1188 Mr. Niblack.

1200 Mr. Paine..

1186, 1188 Mr. Peters ... 1194, 1196, 1197, 1198 Mr. Poland.........

.1198, 1199 Mr. Smith (contestant). ......... 1189,

1190, 1191 Mr. Trimble, of Kentucky.. 1194 Mr. Upson..

..1194 Mr. Washburne, of Illinois.....1184,

1188, 1189, 1194, 1198 Mr. Williams,of Pennsylvania, 1199 Mr. Wilson, of Iowa ............... 1200 Mr. Wood

1185 Mr. Woodward..

1200 yeas and nays........

..........................1200 resolution that the Speaker be directed

to notify the Governor of Kentucky that a vacancy exists in the repre. sentation in this House from the second district of Kentucky-[By

Mr. Dawes, January 21, 1868.]

reported, 661; adopted 1200. case of George D. Blakey, third district. adverse report, 3; discussed, 56; report

adopted, 61; resolution to compensate

Blakey read and tabled, 2071.
case of Jacob S. Golladay, third district.
report, 3 ; discussed, 56; report adopted,

61; Mr. Golladay sworn in, 61.
case of J. Proctor Knott, fourth district.

report, 11, 18; sworn in, 13.
case of A. P. Grover, fourth district.

report, 11, 13; sworn in, 13.
case of Thomas L. Jones, fifth district.

report, 11, 13; sworn in, 27.
case of James B. Beck, sixth district.

report, 11, 13; sworn in, 13.
case of McKee vs. Young, ninth district.
papers referred, 55, 89, 210, 399; dis-

cussed, 664; resolutions reported,
2072; minority report, 2773 ; reports
recommitted, 2812; reported, 3223 ;
notice, 3266; discussed, 3328, 3331,
3336, 3337, 3340, 3346, 3368; resolu-
tion adopted, 3375; Mr. Mckee sworn
in, 3375; resolution to compensate

Young proposed, 4002.
remarks by-
Mr. Adams....

3332, 3368, 3371, 3373, 3375 Mr. Beck...

.3230, 3347, 3368 Mr. Benton ..........

... 3338 Mr. Cook.

.3223, 3266, 3328, 3330, 3331, 3332, 3333,

3338, 3339, 3344, 3347, 3368 Mr. Dawes, 664, 665, 690, 691, 2812 Mr. Eldridge

.3344, 3347 Mr. Farnsworth.....

.665 Mr. Golladay

3339, 3340, 3344 Mr. Jones... 3832, 3333, 3340, 3374 Mr. Kerr..

.665, 691, 2073, 3223, 3330, 3333, 3336,

3337, 3338, 3339, 3340, 3375 Mr. Knott.

.690
Mr. Lynch.....
Mr. McClurg ........2072, 2073, 3372
Mr. Poland ...........

..3371

Contested election-Continued.
from Kentucky:
• case of McKee vs. Young, ninth district.
remarks by-

Mr. Shellabarger...........8339, 8340
Mr. Trowbridge ......... ...8375
Mr. Trimble, of Kentucky......8347
Mr. Upson.....

.2773,
3333, 3372, 3373, 3374
Mr. Washburne, of Hlinois.....,665
yeas and nays on the........... .3375
from Louisiava:
case of Jones vs. Mann.

papers referred, 4003,
from Missouri :
case of Hogan vs. Pile, first district,
resolutions reported, 3266 ; notice, 3616;

called up, 4312; discussed, 4335,
4381 ; resolution 'declaring Mr. Pile
duly elected, adopted, 4382; resolu-
tion to compensate Hogan, adopted,

4382.
remarks by-
Mr. Cook ........ 3616, 4312,

4335, 4337, 4340, 4381, 4382
Mr. Hogan..

...., 4337, 4330 Mr. Pile.........

4381 Mr. Kerr.........

4335, 4382 yeas and nays on the....

.4382 case of Birch vs. Van Horn, sixth district. resolutions reported, 257; discussed,

389, 399; report declaring Mr. Van
Horn elected adopted, 403 ; resolu.
tion to compensate Mr. Birch, pro-
posed, 1217; rejected, 1218, 4253;

proposed, 1761.
remarks by-
Mr. Benjamin ...........

..402
Mr. Birch (contestant).

.891, 399 Mr. Dawes. ...

..399, 401 Mr. Farnsworth..

..399 Mr. Garfield......

402 Mr. Gravely..

401

-400, 401, 402 Mr. Logan

.402 Mr. Maynard.

.399 Mr. Poland........257, 389, 400, 403 Mr. Schenck.........

.399 Mr. Van Horn, of Missouri.......399 Mr. Ward..........

899, 401 Mr. Woodward................

.. 401, 402 case of Switzler vs. Anderson, ninth dis

trict.
resolutions reported, 2071 ; minority re-

port, 2233; notice, 3616, 3884; dis-
cussed, 4084, 4124, 4131; recommitted,

4133, 4172; resolutions reported, 4215.
remarks by-
Mr. Anderson.....

....4131, 4132
Mr. Benjamin..

.4088, 4124, 4127, 4128, 4129,

4130, 4131, 4132, 4215 Mr. Dawes..........4130, 4131, 4215 Mr. Kerr.

.4132, 4215 Mr. Loan....4085, 4086, 4087, 4088 Mr. Marsball.

.4131 Mr. Miller ........................... 4086 Mr. Mullins.c...

4087 Mr. Poland, 3616, 3884, 4084, 4085,

4086, 4087,4088, 4131, 4132, 4133 Mr. Switzler. sig...

4131, 4132 Mr. Wilson, of Iowa..... .4130,

4131, 4132, 4133
yeas and nays on the........ .4133
from New Mexico:
case of Chaves vs. Clever.
instructions, 282; report, 291; discussed,

291; Mr. Clever qualified, 294; time
extended, 312, 1293, 4479; papers
referred...

........1453,
1934, 2305, 2333, 2804, 3171
remarks by-
Mr. Chanler.....

.312
Mr. Dawes, 291, 293, 294, 312, 1293
Mr. Eckley

...294 Mr. Myers....

...293, 294 Mr. Peters....

.... 294 Mr. Schenck..

.292, 293 Mr. Upson ........

292 yeas and nays on the........

294

Contested election-Continued.
from New Mexico:
case of Chaves vs. Clever.
resolation instructing Committee of

Elections to inquire which of the
two claimants to a seat as Delegate
from New Mexico holds the prima
facie evidence of right to the same,
without prejudice to the contest
upon the merits-[By Mr. Peters,

December 19, 1867.]

agreed to, 282.
from Ohio:
case of Delano vs. Morgan, thirteenth dis-

trict.
motion to defer, 2288; resolutions re-

ported, 2571; notice, 2676 ; discussed,
2773, 2776, 2804; resolutions adopted,

2809; Mr. Delano sworn in, 2810.
remarks by-
Mr. Benton...

.2788
Mr. Blaine....

.2784 Mr. Chanler........

.2288 Mr. Callom ....................

.2773, 2808 Mr. Dawes..

...2788
2804, 2806, 2807, 2808, 2809
Mr. Delano

.....2809
(See Appendix.
Mr. Eldridge...

.2784, 2789
Mr. Farnsworth ....... .... 2808
Mr. Griswold

...2784 Mr. Kerr........ .2288, 2571,

2676, 2779, 2781, 2783, 2785,

2787, 2789, 2808, 2809, 2810 Mr. Lawrence, of Ohio.........2781,

2783, 2784, 2785 Mr. Lougbridge...

...2809 Mr. Maynard..

.2288 Mr. Miller...

....... 2779 Mr. Morgan

.....2789, 2804 . Mr. Mullios.............

...2776, 2783 Mr. Pile............

..2676 Mr. Sehenck..

2804 Mr. Scofield, 2288, 2571, 2676, 2773,

2775, 2776, 2779, 2781, 2783,

2784, 2787, 2789, 2805, 2810
Mr. Woodward..

..2779,
2787, 2788, 2804, 2806, 2807
yeas and nays on the........ 2809
from Tennessee:
case of R. R. Butler, first district.
papers referred, 333, 358, 363; resolu.

tion reported, modifying oath, 1426;
discussed, 1662, 1681, 1682, 1683,
1689, 1692, 1707; bill (H. R. No.

870) reported, 1708.
remarks by-

.......1708, 1711 Mr. Baker.....

1666, 1667, 1685, 1686, 8197 Mr. Baldwin...

1683, 1690 Mr. Bromwell

... 1665,

1667, 1687, 1708 Mr. Brooks.......

..1665, 1707, 1708, 1709, 1710 Mr. Broomall..

.1687;

1688, 1708, 1711 Mr. Chanler....

..1667, 1682, 1690, 1711, 3198 Mr. Cobb......

......1708 Mr. Cook.....

1667, 1683, 1685,1687,1690, 1691,1693,1708 Mr. Cullomi...

..1690
Mr. Dawes ....... .1426, 1662,

1664, 1665, 1689, 1690, 1691,
1692, 1693, 1707, 1708, 1709,

1710, 1711, 3197, 3198, 3199
Mr. Donnelly

...1711 Mr. Eldridge.

1685, 1687 Mr. Harding

..1686, 1693, 1707, 1708, 1711 Mr. Ingersoll.....

..1692 Mr. Judd ....................... .....

.1690 Mr. Kelley

1686 Mr. Kelsey

..,1667, 1689, 1690 Mr. Kerr....

.. 1664, 1665, 1690, 169, 1708 Mr. Lawrence, of Ohio............ 1426 Mr. Lawrence, of Pennsylvania,

1604, 1710 Mr. Maynard .......

...3198

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Contested election-Continued
Contractors---Continued.

Cook, Burton C., a Representative from Illifrom Tennessee:

| bill (S. No. 307) for the relief of certain nois-Continued. case of R. R. Butler, first district:

Government.

joint resolutions introduced byremarks by

received from Senate, 3067; referred, No. 111-in relation to the rights of natuMr. Miller.... .1688, 3097; reported, 3554; discussed, 3940; ralized citizens.........

....... 89 1689, 1690, 1691, 1693 passed, 3943 ; enrolled, 3973.

No. 321-in relation to the erection of a
Mr. Mullins.........

..3197, 3198
remarks by-

bridge in Boston harbor.... ..3658 Mr. Mungen ......... 1665, 1708, 1711 Mr. Allison.

.3940 resolutions submitted by-
Mr. Paine.....
......... 1667, 1710

Mr. Benjamin... 3940, 3941, 3942 -10), that James B. Beck, Thomas L. Jones,
Mr. Poland .........1688, 1689, 1690 Mr. Butler, of Massachusetts........3942 A. P. Grover, and J. Procter Knott are
Rol Mr. Price.....
...1666, Mr. Delano.....

.3940, 3941 entitled to seats as members of this 1667, 1687, 3197 Mr. Maynard...

3554 House from the State of Kentucky --Le Mr. Randall................. .1426

Mr. Pike...

8940, 8941, 3942 [December 3, 1867).......... .11 Mr. Schenck.................1426, 1685 Mr. Spalding.......

3940, 3941 inquiring of the Secretary of the Navy Mr. Scofield ....... ....1667, 1685 Mr. Van Wyck..

.3554

whether any of the public vessels sold Mr. Shellabarger .................

.3197
Mr. Washburn, of Indiana.......

........ 3940

since the war were captured from the Mr. Stokes ........

.3198

Mr. Washburn, of Massachusetts, 3554, enemy and upon which prize money was Mr. Trimble, of Kentucky......3198

3940, 3941, 3942 paid by the United States, and, if so, the Mr. Upson................... 1690, 1691 Mr. Woodbridge....

..... 8940 amount of prize money so paid, the date Mr. Ward.......

.... 1665 || Contracts, bill (H. R. No. 415) in relation to, of payment, and the price for which the yeas and nays on the............1711, 3198 | with the United States - [By Mr. Law- vessels were sold-[Dec. 12, 1867), 155 from Utah: Barrence, of Ohio.]

calling for copies of all correspondence case of McGrorty against Hooper. referred, 474.

in relation to the removal of the city papers referred, 195, 1793, 1794, 2071;

bill (H. R. No. 608) for the enforcement of, council of New Orleans, and in relation resolutions reported, 3886; notice, payable in coin--[By Mr. Poland.] ites to the city council of Jefferson City,

4133; discussed, 4883; resolution (Mc- referred, 934. La

Louisiana—[ March 9, 1868]..........1485 Grorty) adopted, (Hooper) tabled, bill (H. R. No. 897) concerning, and pay- calling anew on the Navy Department for 4389; resolution to compensate Hooper uments-[By Mr. Baldwin.]

information relating to sale of vessels reported and objected to, 4472. referred, 1760.

Y since the war-[April 20, 1868].....2310 remarks by

Convicts, bill (H. R. No. 719) for surrender of that Samuel McKee was duly elected a Mr. Chanler.........3886, 4133,

33, 4389

persons convicted of certain crimes—[By || gi member of the House in the Fortieth Mr. Dawes......

.4383
Mr. Wilson, of Iowa. ]

-Si Congress from the ninth district of Ken-
Mr. McGrorty...

..4383

referred, 1127 ; reported, 1273 ; passed, 1273. || 1.880 tucky-(June 17, 1868]. .3233 Mr. Poland

...4472

In Senate: received from House, 1260; re- directing $2,500 to be paid to John Hogan Contested elections, bill (S. No. 534) relating ferred, 1287 ; reported and discussed, 1429; || for mileage and expenses incurred in to, in the city of Washington, District of recommitted, 1431.

contesting seat of W. A. Pile from first Columbia. remarks by

district of Missouri-[July 22, 1868],4382 received from Senate, 3145 ; called up and

Mr. Chanler

1273 reports made by...... .984, 1470, 1471, discussed, 3172; passed, 3174; enrolled, Mr. Judd......

1791, 2943, 2977, 3266, 3658, 4090 3199; not returned, become a law, 3761.

Mr. Robinson..

1273

motions made by ... 13, 1471, 1806, 2371, 3888 emarks by

Mr. Washburne, of Illinois.. 1273 incidental remarks by......... .....1471, Mr. Boyer ....

.........3172, 3173, 3174 Mr. Williams, of Pennsylvania.....1273 2871, 2943, 3102, 3330, 3331, 4002, 4336 Mr. Dawes...

...3173
Mr. Wilson, of Iowa......

1273 remarks on the Kentucky election (cases of Mr. Eldridge.. ....8172, 3173, 3174 | Conwell, F. A., joint resolution (H. R. No. Grover and Knott.....

.11, 13 Mr. Maynard.

..3174 238) for the relief of, an Army chaplain- on the Kentucky election (case of John Mr. Niblack ...... .............3173, 3174. [By Mr. Donnelly.]

Young Brown)...

....909, 911 Mr. Randall .........3172, 3173 referred, 1900.

on the bill concerning the rights of AmeriMr. Robinson ....... .....3172 || Cook, Burton C., a Representative from Illi- can citizens abroad.

....1099 Mr. Schenck ..............8172, 3173, 3174 nois...........

on the resolution reported for the impeachyeas and nays on the........ ..........3174 petitions presented by........

295, and ment of the President.

.1362 Sontingent fund, resolution for a committee

648, 875, 949, 997, 1256, 2006, 2287 on the Paducah bridge bill, 1471, 1472, 1473 to investigate into the disbursement of the, bills introduced by

on the articles of impeachment.........1545 of the House for the years 1867 and 1868– No. 230-granting a pension to Amelia on the Tennessee election (case of R. R. [By Mr. Washburn, of Indiana, July 15, Parsons, widow of Captain Nathan Par- Butler)....

..1667, 1683, 1868.]

sons, deceased......

.89

1685, 1687, 1690, 1691, 1993, 1708 agreed to, 4080; reconsidered, amended, No. 231-to establish certain post routes, on the bill prescribing an oath of office in and adopted, 4084; reported, 4415, 4423 ;

89
certain cases.......

1708 report adopted, 4427. Sebastián No. 269—for relief of Charles Pitcher, 105 on reconstruction....

..2401 remarks by an 62. Hud

No. 547—to amend an act entitled "An on the order of business...2401, 3345, 33 16 Mr. Bingham....................4415, 4416 act to provide a national currency se- on the bill to amend an act concerning the Mr. Broomall......

... 4084,

cured by the pledge of United States Illinois and St. Louis bridge.......... 2974 4415, 4423, 4425, 4426, 4427

stocks, and to provide for the circula- on the Kentucky election (case of McKee Mr. Dawes........

4425, 4426
tion and redemption thereof,'' approved vs. Young).

.3223, 3266, Mr. Ela......

4427
February 25, 1863......

...779

3328, 3330, 3331, 3332, 3333, Mr. Eldridge. No. 694-granting a pension to Martha

, , Mr. Kerr.....

Ann Wallace, widow of Brigadier Gen on the tax bill (H. R. No. 1284)......,3337 Mr. Logan

..4426 |

eral W. H. L. Wallace................ 1093 won the Missouri contested election (case Mr. Maynard..

.4084, 4427 SH
No. 801—relative to suits in the courts of of Hogan vs. Pile).

..3616, Mr. Niblack.

the United States.........

1418

4312, 4335, 4337, 4340, 4381, 4382 Mr. Randall...............4084, 4416, 4426 4084, 4416, 4426 No. 849—to amend an act entitled "An

on the joint resolution relating to a bridge Mr. Shanks..........

.8658 act the 4426

in Boston barbor.. ki, district courts to certain cases upon the leave of absence granted to.......... 2429, 3552 Mr. Washburn, of Indiana..........4080 Contractors, joint resolution (S. R. No. 100)

lakes and navigable waters connecting | Cook, Hannah K., bill (H. R. No. 1230) grantfor the relief of certain, for the construc- ry

bu the same," approved February 26, 1845, ing a pension to-[By Mr. Polsley.]

1631 tion of vessels of war and steam may No. 868--for the improvement of the Illi

reported and passed, 3102; passed Senate,

4395; enrolled, 4434; approved, 4498. chinery.

si nois river......... .............. 1707 In Senate : received from House and rereprived from Senate, 3202; called up, 4396 ; || No. 882--for the improvement of the Illi- ferred, 3119; reported, 3900; passed, discussed, 4413; referred, 4415.

nois river from the western terminus of 4365; enrolled, 4413. Friaarks by

1770 the Illinois and Michigan canal to its | Cook, Hannah, bill (S. No. 545) granting a Mr. Delano....... ......4413, 4415 | mouth ................ ...............1759 Mr. Ingersoll..

........ 4396 No. 1017-to extend a mail route from received from Senate, 3345; referred, 3346; Mr. Kelley......... ......4414 || 1 : Serena to Ottawa, in the State of Illi- committee discharged, referred anew, 3613. Mr. Logan.. ... 4414, 4415 | 16. nois .........

........ 2305 | Cook, N., bill (H. R. No. 1331) for relief of, of Mr. Maynard...... rep.....4414 | boll No. 1202—to provide for the construction Tennessee [By Mr.Butler,ofTennessee.] Mr. Pike...... .............. 4415

of a ship.canal around the Falls of referred, 3587; reported an:1 passed, 3894; Mr. Pile.........

......4396, dunar Niagara....... Mr. Randall ....... 4413, 4414, 4416 No. 1823—to provide for bringing suits in a spassed Senate, 1395; enrolled, 4434; ap?

proved, , 4414 A, the courts of the United States against In Senate: received from House and reMr. Van Wyck.....

railroad corporations where portions of co ferred, 3917; reported, 4145; passed, Mr. Ward 4396, 4413, 4414, 4415 the line are in several States. ..4000 4367; enrolled, 4448.

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