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Ferry, Orris S., a Senator from Connecticut-Fessenden, William Pitt, a Senator from Continued. remarks on the bill to admit Arkansas to representation in Congress.. .2607, 2608, 2628, 2692, 2749 on the bill relating to a bridge over the Dakota river...... 2623, 2624

on the bill to provide a temporary government for the Territory of Wyoming, 2794 on bill to admit North Carolina, &c., 3023 on the supplementary bill concerning Solnational banks...3077, 3080, 3081, 8086 on the bill to relieve certain citizens of North Carolina from disabilities...3178 on the bill for the relief of Jonathan S. C. Turner.............. 3239 won the joint resolution for a register to the bark Golden Fleece.....3245, 3246, 8247 on the eight-hours labor bill... .3428 on the bill relating to wagon-roads in Dakota Territory...8463, 3505 Ja on the bill to admit Colorado...3541, 3550 on the bill establishing rules for the government of the armies of the United States, 3581, 3582, 3583, 3584, 8585, 3587 on the credentials of Senators from Flor...ida......... 3598, 3602 on the tax bill (H. H. No. 1284)......3838, εγιστάν 103839, 3866 as on the southern Electoral College resoesimlilution......................... .3922, 3924 on the deficiency bill (H. R. No. 1341), 901) autodT to Tellen of 4024, 4164 Ton the bill for funding the national debt, 4041, 4042 on the bill concerning the rights of Ameri can citizens abroad...... .4211, igan mobiton4233, 4853, 4354, 4445, 4446 40 on the credentials of Frederick A. Saw......4312 Fessenden, William Pitt, a Senator from .....1

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No. 255-to reorganize the Treasury Department........... ...............1553 [No. 451-allowing drawbacks on articles used in the construction of vessels, 2009 joint resolutions introduced by

No. 77-declaratory of the meaning of the 74 act of March 3, 1817, entitled, "An act Oto provide for the prompt settlement of public accounts".... .........218

No. 123-authorizing the Secretary of 07 State to adjust certain claims, and *directing the payment thereof.......1910 concurrent resolution submitted by

authorizing the select Committee to Revise $10 and Equalize the Pay of the Employés of each House to report such regulations as may be necessary for rearranging the duties and reducing the number of em05!! ployés, and for securing a reduction of 10 expenditures [December 11, 1867], 120 resolutions submitted by—

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nocalling for copies of all papers on file in

the office of the Third Auditor in cases Os of certain claims and accounts arising in the quartermaster's department-[De8cember 19, 1867]................ ........218

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to directing the Committee on the Judiciary Ito inquire into the expediency of repealbing or modifying the act temporarily to De supply vacancies in the Executive Departments in certain cases-[Febru Sary 5, 1868].................. reports made by, 1910, 2009, 2504, 3274, 8607 motions made by... .308, 721, 11039, 1243, 1945, 2068, 4213, 4275, 4451 incidental remarks by, 104, 128, 244, 308, 558,

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722, 880, 1069,1204,1670,1744,1843, 2007, 2021, 2148, 2240, 2241, 2275, 2278, 2286, 2508, 2545, 2548, 2594, 2625, 2659, 2792, 8146, 3313, 8649, 3681, 8721, 8748, 8749, 8767, 3984, 4144, 4149, 4197, 4209, 4449, 4462

Maine Continued. remarks on the resolution in reference to the duties of the Sergeant-at-Arms.........80 on the resolution in regard to the proceeds of confiscated property.........81, 82, 83 on the joint resolution in relation to the proceeds of captured property.......120,

122, 145, 146, 147, 148, 149, 150, 374, 375, 376, 877, 378, 379, 382, 383, 1211, 1212, 1218, 1215, 1467, 1470, 1490, 1491, 1492, 1493, 1494 on an adjournment for the holidays, 151,168 on the bill to repeal the cotton tax....198,

199, 202, 251, 253, 254, 255, 299, 300, 802, dub [308, 346, 347, 351, 353, 354, 357, 552, 676 on the resolution calling for papers in the "Third Auditor's office.............218, 219 on the Cincinnati memorial concerning the the rights of naturalized citizens...... 271 on deficiency bill (H. R. No. 313)......271, 273, 274, 277, 280 on the joint resolution in relation to the District jail.......... .297, 298 .344, 555, 1006, 1007, 1033, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2021, 2114, 2259, 2260, 2275, 2506, 2904, 3630, 4275, 4276, 4405 on the bill to suspend the further reduction of the currency...384, 408, 409, 411, 412, 414, 416, 436,438, 441,502,523,528 on the bill to reorganize the Treasury Department....... ....553 on the bill to facilitate the payment of soldiers' bounties........... 650, 651, 1623 on the case of Hon. Philip F. Thomas, 684, 685, 686, 1148, 1205, 1242, 1243, 1267 on supplementary reconstruction bill (H. R. No. 439)..... ....702,

on the order of business..

709, 828, 826, 859, 860, 959, 1484 on the joint resolution in reference to the 27 maritime exhibition at Havre.........781 on the bill for the relief of Robert M. Patton......... ..... 767, 777 on the joint resolution to provide for a commission to examine distillery me

ters

795 on the bill in addition to the tenure of office act.... .846, 952, 953, 960, 961, 963, 964, 1028, 1030, 1086 on the bill relating to the central branch of the Union Pacific Railroad Company, 1000, 1118, 1143, 1442, 1443, 1899, 2087, 3288, 8289, 4444 on the bill in reference to land grants to wo Nevada............................. 1089, 1465 on Central Pacific railroad bill, 1096, 2594 on the bill for the relief of the heirs of General Richardson.......... ..1118

on the resolution relating to the rights of odd colored persons in the ears..... ....1121 1 on the bill for supplying vacancies in the beti Executive Departments, 1163, 1164, 1165 Con the supplementary reconstruction bill (H. R. No. 214).... .....1290,

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1202, 1816, 1411, 1412 on the telegrams of James E. Harvey to ason Charleston, South Carolina, in 1861, 1809 on deficiency bill (S. No. 170)..........1441 on the bill providing for sale of Harper's

Ferry lots, 1444, 1445, 1446, 1447, 1448 on the bill for the relief of the heirs of General Clinch.... ..1620

on the organization of the Senate as a court of impeachment...1673, 1698, 1700 on the bill to facilitate the settlement of paymasters' accounts...........1695, 1696 on the invalid pension bill.... .1720,

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1722, 1723, 1724, 1725 on the consular and diplomatic bill, 1725, 1746, 1750, 1751, 1752, 1753, 1754, 1755, 1756, 1783, 1786, 1787 on the resolution providing tickets to the impeachment trial. ..1776,

1777, 1778, 1779, 1780 on the bill for the relief of the Navajo Indians......1189, 2016, 2017, 2018, 2019 on the bill for funding the national debt. .1812, 3987, 8988, 3989, 8990, 8993, 3996, 3997, 8999, 4042, 4048, 4044, 4045, 4046, 4047

Fessenden, William Pitt, a Senator from Maine Continued.. remarks on the bill for the relief of Asbury Dickins's heirs....................1863, 1864 on the bill granting pensions to the soldiers of 1812....... ..........1839

on the bill to exempt certain manufactures from tax.....1914, 1921, 1922, 1923, 1925, 1926, 1944, 1945, 1947, 1948, 1951, 1958, 1954, 1987, 1988, 2161, 2178, 2179, 2180, 2181, 2186, 2191 on the bill to regulate the coasting trade, 2144, 2145, 2651, 2656, 2790 on the Army appropriation bill, 2032, 2561 on the revision of the Rules.... ...2089, 2090, 2091, 2092, 2093, 2094 on the bill to amend the Judiciary act, 2097,

2126

on the naval appropriation bill, 2149, 2151, 2152, 2153, 2155, 2156, 2252, 2253, 2254, 2256 on the bill for the extension of the Capitol grounds...... 1645 on the joint resolution relating to damages to the steamer Monitor.... .1910, 2068, 2241, 2242 on the bill to refund the duties on a bell, 2242, 2243, 2244 on the bill to extend the charter of Washington city, 2263, 2264, 2265, 2266, 2419 on the joint resolution for the relief of Beales and Dixon....... .2281, 2282 on the bill to amend the jail act....... 2275, 2625, 2626, 2627 on the resolution for printing report of the impeachment trial...... 2295, 2296 on the bill to incorporate the National Life Insurance Company......2515, 2516 on the bill to admit Arkansas to representation in Congress........ ..2518, 2691, 2692, 2700

on the resolution for a recess until May 26........ .2518, 2519 on the resolution to furnish the House with a copy of the impeachment proceedings......... .... 2519, 2520 on the resolution to investigate alleged improper influences on the impeachment trial..................................... .2549, 2552, 2598 on the bill relating to Point Sab harbor, 2559, 2560 on the impeachment trial-personal explanation......... ..2585 on the civil appropriation bill...2594, 3424, 8571, 3572, 3573, 8574, 8575, 3576, 3577, 3578, 8579, 3580, 3608, 3635, 3637, 8640, 3641, 8642, 3643, 3644, 3682, 3683, 8684, 3685, 3686, 3687, 4035 on the resolution of thanks to Edwin M. Stanton.. ..2730 on the bill to provide for appeals from the Court of Claims....... ....2767 on the joint resolution to authorize the transfer of a suit to the Federal courts, 2926

on bill to admit North Carolina, &c., 2933 on the bill for the relief, of certain contractors for vessels........ 2963 on the Western Pacific railroad bill, 3076.. 3077, 3673, 3675, 3676, 3677 on the supplementary bill concerning national banks.. .3082, 3084, 3087, 3088, 3155, 3156, 3157, 3158, 3159, 3160, 3161, 3193, 3220, 3222 on the bill relating to contested elections in Washington city.... ..3121, 3122, 3123, 3124, 3125 on the bill for the relief of certain contractors...... .....3148, 3149 on the joint resolution for a register to the bark Golden Fleece......... .3246, 3247. on the bill for the relief of exporters of spirits...... .....3249, 3250, 3251 on the bill to admit Colorado...3313, 3850 on the legislative appropriation bill, 3356,

3357, 3358, 3390, 8292, 3393, 3430, 3484, 3436, 3437, 3438, 3464, 8465, 8466, 3469, 3472, 3473, 8475, 3506, 8507, 8508, 8509, 3511, 8518, 3514, 3515, 3516, 8518, 3519

THE CONGRESSIONAL GLOBE.

from
Fessenden, William Pitt, a Senator
Maine-Continued.
remarks on the eight-hours labor bill, 8424,
3425, 3426, 3428

on the bill establishing rules for the gov
ernment of the armies of the United
States...............

on the credentials of the Senators from
......8598, 8600, 3602
Florida..........
on adjournment over Fourth of July, 3708
on Mississippi river improvement bill, 3712
on the bill in regard to a bridge at Fort
.8720
Leavenworth.....
on the order providing for evening ses;
..3737
sions.........

on the bill concerning district judges, 3768
on the tax bill (H. R. No. 1284)......3773,
8779, 8781, 3782, 3783, 3863
on the Rock Island bridge resolution, 3817
on the bill for the further issue of tempo-
....3859
rary loan certificates......

on the bill concerning the rights of Ameri-
can citizens abroad...

.8901 11360
4831, 4352, 4357, 4358, 4359,
on the Electoral College resolution...3923
on bill to provide for an American steam
line to Europe....4071, 4072, 4347, 4848
on the deficiency bill (H, R. No. 1341),

4150, 4151, 4152, 4153, 4157, 4168
on the Ohio river bridge bill....4267, 4269
on the bill relating to the Columbia Deaf
.4270, 4271
and Dumb Institution.
..4275
on the Indian appropriation bill..
on the resolution for a recess from July,
4276, 4277, 4327
on the credentials of Frederick A, Saw-
..4314
yer......
on the motion for an evening session, 4320
on the bill to increase the pension of Sarah
4351, 4352
Hackleman..
on the bill in relation to California land
..4362
claims.........

on the bill granting the right of way to the
· Denver Pacific Railroad Company, 4436,
4437, 4439

on the resolution for lighting the streets of
4450
Washington.......

on the resolution relating to the pay of
4455, 4457
southern Senators......

Field, M. B., Assistant Secretary of the Treas-
ury, letter of, February 15, 1864, relative
to the funds in which five-twenty bonds
.42
will be redeemed.
Filson, Margaret, bill (H. R. No. 1223) grant-
ing a pension to.

received from House and referred, 3119; re-
ported, 3900; passed, 4364; enrolled, 4443,
Filler, M. A., bill (H. R. No. 425) for relief of.
received from House, 2690; referred, 2701;
referred anew, 2759.
Finance, the Committee on....
instructions to.......................................
reports from..

.63, 372, 434, 1621
.98,
145, 219. 318, 404, 491, 552, 722,
786, 921, 999, 1095, 1230, 1428,
1787, 1834, 1835, 1887, 1910, 1940,
2075, 2114, 2259, 2594, 2623, 2653.
2769, 2789, 2922, 2959, 3218, 3239,
3240, 3566, 3708, 3814, 4093, 4095,
4146, 4197, 4230, 4266, 4361, 4467
adverse reports from..

...404,

1117, 1230, 2176, 3504, 8900
discharged from subjects........145, 219, 296,
950, 1117, 1257, 2176, 2959, 4093, 4197
Fines, bill (H. R. No. 735) to repeal an act
approved March 2, 1867, entitled "An act
to regulate the disposition of, penalties,
and forfeitures received under the laws
relating to the customs."

received from House, 2000; referred, 2022;
reported, 4264.

Finlay, John H., bill (S. No. 337) granting a

pension to-[By Mr. Van Winkle.]
reported, 1070; passed, 1841.
bill (H. R. No. 770) granting a pension to.
received from House, 1292; referred,

1308; reported, 1515; passed with amend
ments, 3321; conference, 3688; con-
ference report, 3857; concurred in by
Senate, 3857; by House, 3954; enrolled,

First Presbyterian church-see Church.
Fisk, Esther, bill (H. R. No. 1242) granting a
pension to."

received from House and referred, 3119;
reported, 3954; passed, 4366; enrolled,
4443.

Fitch, Louisa, bill (S. No. 359) granting a pen-

sion to, widow of E. P. Fitch, deceased-
[By Mr. Van Winkle.]
reported, 1162; passed, 1842; passed House,
3902; enrolled, 3958; approved, 3984.
In House: received from Senate, 1859;
referred, 1869; reported and passed, 3892;
enrolled, 3948,

Florida-see Reconstruction.

Mr. Anthony......
Mr. Conkling....

credentials of Senators from, presented, 3598
.3607, 3672
Senators sworn in.................... ........................
remarks by-
....3605, 3606, 3607
.8599, 8604
3602,
Mr. Conness..................
3603, 3604, 8605, 3606
.3605, 3606, 3607
...3602
...::8600,

Mr. Corbett......
Mr. Davis.....
Mr. Doolittle.

3601, 3602, 3604, 3605
..8598, 3599, 8600,
Mr. Drake...
3601, 3602, 3603, 3605, 3606, 3607
..3601,
Mr. Edmunds..
3602, 3603, 8604, 8605, 8606
.3598, 3602
Mr. Ferry....
Mr. Fessenden.... .3598, 3600, 3602
......3600
Mr. Frelinghuysen....
3603, 8604, 3606
3601, 3606
Mr. Hendricks.
Mr. Howard......3598, 3599, 3600, 8603
.3598,
Mr. Howe...............
3599, 3600, 3604, 3605, 8607
....3601
Mr. Johnson...
Mr. Morton........3599, 3600, 3603, 8607
.....3605
Mr. Nye...
.8599, 8607
3599
....3600

Mr. Pomeroy.............
Mr. Sumner..

Mr. Tipton...........................

Mr. Trumbull.....3599, 3601, 3602, 3606
Mr. Williams.

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

......8604

......8599
.......3600

Mr. Yates................... H...................
yeas and nays on the.............3602, 3607
ordinance of the Legislature of, ratifying the
thirteenth and fourteenth amendments of
the Constitution of the United States, 8602
toof-[By Mr. Howe.]
Ford, Robert, bill (S. No. 550) for the relief

reported, 3146; passed, 3721; passed House,
4096; enrolled, 4096; approved, 4234.
In House: received from Senate, 3761;
passed, 4090; enrolled, 4183,
Foreign Relations, the Committee on...9, 4075
reports from, 491,518, 1775, 1910, 2958, 3073,
3074, 8146, 8176, 3382, 4145, 4283
491, 4264, 4321
adverse reports from......
discharged from subjects.....650, 2758, 8332
.2435
Forney, John W., Secretary of the Senate,
resignation of.........

Fort Covington, joint resolution (II, R. No.
204) to provide for the sale of the site of,
in the State of Maryland.
received from House and referred, 2488;
reported and passed, 3347; enrolled, 3389.
Fort Leavenworth-see Reservation.
Fowler, Joseph S., a Senator from Tennessee, 1
petitions presented by, 404, 1117, 1370, 1403,
1461, 1486, 1669, 2293, 3814, 4346

bills introduced by

No. 157 for the repeal of tax on cotton, 1
No. 418-to rebuild the levees on the east
bank of the Mississippi river, and to
reclaim the lands of the Yazoo basin
..1670
from overflow.......

No. 441-for the survey of the Mississippi
.1887
· river........
No. 552-to provide for the better secur-
ity of life on board of steamboats and
steamships and other vessels.........3146
No. 581-to provide for the election of
certain territorial officers by the peo-
.3580
ple.....

No. 606 granting a pension to Robert
42.3857
Watson.....

Fowler, Joseph S., a Senator from Tennes
see-Continued.

"resolution submitted by- ̈

in relation to the proceeds of captured
and abandoned property [March 6,
1868]..........

report made by..
motion made by.

1694

.1807

..816

incidental remarks by, 10, 79, 330, 1987, 3645
remarks on the bill to repeal the cotton tax,
302, 351, 355, 356, 358
on the resolution relating to the rights of
1123
colored persons in the cars...
on the case of Hon. Philip, T. Thomas,
1174, 1176, 1210
on the rules for the court of impeach-
ment, 1517, 1524, 1525, 1532, 1583, 1594
on the resolution providing tickets to the
1782, 2238
impeachment trial..
on the bill granting pensions to the sol-
.......1838
diers of 1812..
on bill for relief of the Navajo Indians, 2019
on the supplementary bill concerning
...2145
national banks........

on the joint resolution for the relief of J.
M. Palmer........

.2286

on the resolution to investigate alleged
improper influences on the impeach-
.....2554, 2555
ment trial.....
on the impeachment trial, personal ex-
..4507
planation.
on the bill to admit Arkansas to repre-
sentation in Congress....... 2628, 2743
on the resolution of thanks to Edwin M.
2736
Stanton.......
on bill to admit North Carolina &c., 8005
on the bill to relieve certain citizens of
North Carolina from disabilities....3183
on the civil appropriation bill, 3685, 3686
on the tax bill (H. R. No. 1284), 3742, 3819,
8824, 8825, 3841, 3865, 3866, 3867
on Electoral College resolution, 8918, 3914
on deficiency bill (H. R. No. 1341), 4156
on bill for the relief of Joseph Segar, 4410
Franking privilege, bill (S. No. 365) to pre-
event abuses of the [By Mr. Ramsey.]
referred, 1204; reported, 1669.

Frauds, joint resolution (S. R. No. 82) for the
prosecution of, upon the internal reve-
nue-[By Mr. Morton.]

read, 318.

Freedmen, resolution in relation to the cast of
the, since June 30, 1865-[By Mr. Davis,
December 17, 1867.]

laid over, 219.
remarks by

Mr. Conkling

Mr. Davis

Mr. Morrill, of Maine
Mr. Pomeroy.

.220

.219, 220
.219, 220
..220

Freedmen's Bureau, bill (S. No. 196) to con-

tinue to certain officers and agents of the,
the powers conferred on them by the acts
"creating said bureau-[By Mr. Wilson.]
reported, 196,

resolution calling for the circular of the
Commissioner of the, discharging the
officers and agents of said bureau on the
16th of February proximo in certain
States, &c.-[By Mr. Wilson, January
24, 1868.]

agreed to, 722.

bill (H. R. No. 598) to continue the.
received from House, 1992; referred,
1992; reported, 2274; discussed, 2769,
8053; passed with amendments, 3058;
concurred in by House, 3316; enrolled,
3321.
remarks by-
Mr. Davis.....
Mr. Drake..

'Mr. Edmunds..

Mr. Frelinghuysen

Mr. Hendricks..

1

...3058
.3055, 3056, 3058

..3054, 3055

A.....

.3056

..2769, 2770,

3053, 8054, 3055, 3056, 8057, 3058
Mr. Howard

.3057

Mr. Patterson, of New Hampshire, 3057,
3058
.2709, 2770

Mr. Trumbull..

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Mr. Wilson........2769, 2770, 8053, 8056
.2769

Freedmen's Bureau-Continued.

bill (S. No. 567) relating to the, and providing for its discontinuance-[By Mr. Howard.]

referred, 3424; reported, 3566; discussed,

8954; passed, 3956; Honse amend
ments concurred in, 4039; enrolled,
4075; vetoed, 4450; passed over veto,
4451; presentation to Secretary of
State directed, 4451.

In House: received from Senate, 3974;
discussed, 4004; passed with amend-
ments, 4007; agreed to by Senate,
4080; enrolled, 4082; vetoed, 4479;
passed over veto by Senate, 4478; by
House, 4479.
remarks by-

Mr. Conness..... Mr. Davis

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.3955, 3956 ...3955, 3956 ..,3424, 8566, 3955, 3956, 4451 ...8955 Mr. Wilson.... .3954, 4039 yeas and nays on the......3955, 3956, 4451 Freer, Garrett W., bill (H. R. No. 1252) granting a pension to the children of. received from House and referred, 8120; reported, 3954; passed, 4366; enrolled, 4443.

Frelinghuysen, Frederick T., a Senator from New Jersey.. petitions presented by

1 18,

37, 195, 318, 518, 950, 1069, 1203, 1669, 1807, 1863, 1887, 2623, 2758, 2856, 3073, 3382, 3628, 3738, 4024

bills introduced by

No. 250-to restore the possession of lands
confiscated by the authorities of the
States lately in rebellion..............491
No. 306 for the protection in certain

cases of persons making disclosure as parties or testifying as witnesses....,845 No. 360-to prevent and punish the unlawful use of public, money and property... .1163 No. 412 to promote uniformity of coinage between the moneys of the United States and other countries............1621 No. 436-for the relief of J. Hooper, 1863 No. 643-for the relief of W. A. Griffin, 4346

joint resolutions introduced by

No. 118-for the appointment of a commission to select suitable locations for powder magazines....... ...1670 No. 154-to admit certain persons to the Naval Academy.. ..3671

No. 163-for the relief of Benjamin Cooley and James W. Boswell........4146 resolution submitted by

in reference to localities for powder magazines of the Government-[February 6, 1868]....... ----------༡..............999 reports made by.....

.....950,

1670, 1863, 2084, 2144, 3115, 3403, 3504, 8629, 3671, 4093, 4146, 4321, 4346, 4396 motions made by .79. 2193, 3382, 3646, 4404, 4448 incidental remarks by,2192, 2267, 2835, 2362, 2768, 3629, 3654, 8681, 3720, 4398, 4459 remarks on the joint resolution in relation to captured property ........... 121 on the resolution of adjournment for the holidays......... ••••• ¶¶•••. •............. .......168 on bill to repeal the cotton tax...206, 847 on deficiency bill (H. R. No. 313)......273 on the order of business... .443, 2772, 8629, 8630 on the bill to suspend the further contraction of the currency. 500 on the case of Hon. Philip F. Thomas, 634, 635 on the supplementary reconstruction bill, 771, 776, 789 on the bill for the protection of persons making disclosures as witnesses.....845, 950, 951 on the resolution in regard to the rights of colored persons in the cars.......1125 on the rules for the court of impeachment.1528, 1592, 1579, 1574, 1585

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on the revision of the rules...... .2094|| on the supplementary bill concerning national banks.......... .2148, 2762

on the naval appropriation bill........2152, 2157, 2159 on the resolution providing tickets to the impeachment trial............... 2233, 2237 an the bill in relation to the qualification of jurors.......

....2277

on the joint resolution for the relief of J. M. Palmer........ ....2286

on the joint resolution relating to damages to the steamer Monitor........ ....2242 on the bill to admit Arkansas to representation in Congress...... .2691,

2692, 2746, 2747, 2748 on the bill to admit North Carolina, &c., 2862, 2966, 2967, 2970, 3005, 2010, 3018, 3019 on the bill for the relief of certain contractors for vessels.......... .2923.

2924, 2960, 2961 on the bill regulating the conveyance of printed mail matter...... .2997

on the bill to continue the Freedmen's Bureau.......

on the bill relating to contested elections in Washington city..... .........3125

on the bill for the relief of certain contractors........ .....3148 on the legislative appropriation bill...3474, 8475, 3507, 8521 on the bill to admit Colorado...........3545 on the bill establishing rules for the gov ernment of the armies of the United States................3582, 3585, 3586, 8587 on the credentials of the Senators from

Florida............. 8600, 3603, 8604, 8606 on the Electoral College resolution...8632 on the civil appropriation bill.......... 8642 on the bill for the relief of the widow of Colonel James A. Mulligan........... 3646 on the Western Pacific railroad bill...3678, 3679, 3680

on adjournment over Fourth of July...3710 on the bill regulating corporations in the District of Columbia...................3717 on the bill for the relief of the Mount Vernon Association....... ...........3735

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on the bill for the further issue of temporary loan certificates....... .4029, 4031 on the bill for funding the national debt, 4046, 4048 on the bill to provide for an American steam line to Europe........ .4071, 4072, 4073, 4348 on the Indian appropriation bill......4102, 4106, 4115 on the deficiency bill (H. R. No. 1341), 4161, 4169 on the bill concerning the rights of American citizens abroad.... .4211, 4849, 4859, 4360 on the Ohio river bridge bill......4290, 4292 on the credentials of Frederick A. Sawyer, 4313, 4318 on the bill relating to the removal of causes from State courts...4321, 4404, 4405, 4462 on the resolution for a recess from July, 4325 on the bill in relation to California land claims..... .4362 on the bill for the relief of J. Segar, 4409 on the bill granting the right of way to the Denver Pacific Railroad Company...4488 on the bill relating to the central branch

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of Union Pacific Railroad Company, 4444

Frelinghuysen, Frederick T., a Senator from New Jersey-Continued.

remarks on the bill in amendment of the bankrupt law..................... 4448 on the resolution relating to the pay of southern Senators...... 4458, 4461 French, B. B., bill (H. R. No. 1325) for relief of. received from House, 3551; referred, 3552; reported, 3607; passed, 3721; enrolled, 8770.

Fry, Joseph A., bill (H. R. No. 1263) granting a pension to.

received from House and referred, 3917; reported, 4145; passed, 4367; enrolled, 4443. Funding the national debt-see Bonds. table showing the operation of the, towards the extinguishment of the public debt, 3960 G.

Gabillan grant, resolution directing Committee on Private Land Claims to inquire into the propriety of restoring to the body of the public domain the tract of land in California known as the-[By Mr. Conness, February 7, 1868.]

agreed to, 1026.

Gaither, Mrs. Mary, bill (S. No. 321) for the relief of, widow of Wiley Gaither, deceased-[By Mr. Van Winkle.] reported, 981; passed, 1840; passed House, 3902; enrolled, 3958; approved, 3984. In House: received from Senate, 1859; referred, 1869; reported and passed, 3898; enrolled, 3948.

Gas Company, bill (S. No. 561) to incorporate the Citizens', of the District of Columbia[By Mr. Harlan.] referred, 3275,

Gas-light Company, resolution instructing Committee on the District of Columbia to

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Gellatt and Moore, bill (S. No. 356) for the relief of [By Mr. Stewart.]

referred, 1143; reported adversely, 2114; recommitted, 3857.

Gensler, Catharine, bill (H, R, No. 1408) granting a pension to.

received from House and referred, 3917; reported, 4197; passed, 4369; enrolled, 4448.

Georgetown and Washington Canal and Sew

erage Company-see District of Columbia. Georgia-see Reconstruction.

Gibson, George W., bill (S. No. 195) for the relief of [By Mr. Hendricks.] referred, 164; reported, 786.

Ginsler, Catharine, bill (H. R. No. 1222) granting a pension to.

received from House and referred, 3119; reported, 3900; passed, 4864; enrolled, 4448.

Gittings, Lavinia A., bill (H. R. No. 1238) granting a pension to, mother of Andrew J. Gittings. received from House and referred, 3119; reported, 3900; passed, 4365; enrolled, 4443.

Glenn, Major George E., resolution calling for the proceedings and findings of the board appointed to investigate the circumstances of the robbery of, paymaster at Fort Boisé, Idaho Territory-[By Mr. Conness, December 5, 1867.]

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Golconda, bill (H. R. No. 448) to change the
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name of the ship.
received from House, 2627; referred, 2628;
recalled by House, 2857 returned, 2861;
committee discharged, 2922.
Golden Fleece, joint resolution (S. Ft. No. 109)
authorizing the Secretary of the Treasury
to issue an American register to the bark-
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referred, 1204; reported adversely, 1311;
discussed, 8245; rejected, 3247. 1
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Gold notes, bill (S. No. 154) to provide for the issue of, in place of legal tender notes, and to facilitate resumption of specie payments [By Mr. Corbett. Jo -308.0 indefinitely postponed, 4098. Gold and silver mines, resolution for printing the letter of the Secretary of the Treasury, inclosing the report of James W. Taylor upon, and mining east of the Rocky mountains [By Mr. Ramsey, May 13, Adagio 1868.1 referred, 2436, 2569; reported and agreed to, 2958. Clod simsies 10 11 Goldsmith Brothers, brokers, bill (S. No. 151) for the relief of, of the cities of San Francisco, California, and Portland, Oregon[By Mr. Williams. Jo

reported and printed, 2067; passed, 2278.
In House: received from Senate, 2289; re-
ferred, 2543; reported adversely, 8553.
Gorham, George C., elected Secretary of Sen-bills introduced by-
ate, 2827; qualified, 2895. 1710
Gorham, George F., bill (H. R. No. 518) grant-

ing a pension to, late a private in company
B, twenty-ninth regiment Massachusetts
volunteer infantry. Jami

received from House, 731; referred, 764;
reported, 1811; passed with amendments,
3317, 3318; conference, 3688; conference
report, 3857; concurred in by Senate,
8857; by House, 3954; enrolled, 8958.
Goulding, Captain Charles N., late quarter-
master of volunteers, bill (S. No. 251) for
the relief of [By Mr. Sherman.]
referred, 519; reported, 2275; passed, 2283;
passed House, 3561; approved, 8770.
In House: received from Senate, 2289; re-
ferred, 2459; reported and passed, 3554;
enrolled, 3588.5 roll en ning
Gouler, Charles, bill (H. R. No. 664) grant-
ing a pension to the children of ar
received from House, 1097; referred, 1098;
reported, 1461; passed with amendments,
3819; conference, 3688; conference re-
port, 3857; concurred in by Senate, 3857;
by House, 8954; enrolled, 8958.
Governmental policy, resolution on [By Mr.
Davis, January 27, 1868.]n]
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read and printed, 765.0
Governments see Reconstruction.id to
Graham, Mary, bill (H. R. No. 667) for the
relief of of noitaler mi
received from House, 1088; referred, 1068;
reported, 1515; passed, 8321; enrolled,
8359 of
Grant, Albert, bill (S. No. 867) for the relief
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of [By Mr. Cole.]
reported, 1204; passed, 1621 passed House,
3551; approved, 3770.

In House: received from Senate, 1638 re

ported and passed, 3558; enrolled, 8563. Grant, General U. S., communication from, relating to test oath in Georgia....1948 Graves, Esther, bill (H. R. No. 1167) granting a pension to. received from House, 2925; referred, 2935; reported, 3814; passed, 4368; enrolled,

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on the bill to exempt certain manufactures 1913, 1922, 200 from tax hellom 1925, 1944, 1951, 1953, 1954, 1985,

1986, 1990, 1991, 2221, 2222, 2223

Grimes, James W., a Senator from Iowa Continued.

remarks on the resolution relating to Department expenditures.......

1976

on bill for relief of Navajo Indians, 2012 on the Army appropriation bill........2031, 2032, 2034, 2036, 2037 on the revision of the rules.............2088, 2089, 2091, 2093

on bill to amend judiciary act, 2098, 2099 on the naval appropriation bill, 2245, 2246,

2247, 2248, 2249, 2250, 2251, 2252, 2253, 2254, 2255, 2257, 2268, 2270, 2271, 2272 a on the bill to extend the charter of WashChington city.. ...........2268, 2264, 2265 GT on the bill for the relief of Captain G. H. 17 Preble..

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1644 on the joint resolution for the relief of certain contractors.............1911, 1912 on the joint resolution relating to damages es to the steamer Monitor......2241, 2242 on the bill to admit Arkansas to reprepfsentation in Congress......

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Halstead, George B., joint resolution (S. R. No. 128) for the relief of [By Mr. Cole.] reported and printed, 2067, 2068; passed, 2279.

In House: received from Senate, 2289; referred, 2544.

Hamel, Edward, bill (S. No. 381) granting a pension to, minor child of Edward Hamel, deceased-[By Mr. Van Winkle.] reported, 1311; passed, 1842; passed House, 3902; enrolled, 3958; approved, 3984. In House: received from Senate, 1859; referred, 1869; reported and passed, 3893; enrolled, 3948.

Hamilton, Miss Ann E., bill (H. R. No. 1883) granting a pension to, of Alleghany City, Pennsylvania, aunt and adopted mother of James E. McKillip and Charles B. MeKillip, deceased, late soldiers in the Union Army.

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received from House and referred, 3917; reported, 4145; passed, 4367; enrolled, 4443.

leave of absence granted to.................2506 | Hamilton, Cornelius S., resolution on the death Griswold, Mathew C., bill (H. R. No. 1245)

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received from House, 2149.

Gulf of St. Lawrence, joint resolution (H. R.

No. 254) for the protection of American interests in the.

received from House and referred, 2417. Guthrie, James A., bill (S. No. 420) granting ja pension to-[By Mr. Van Winkle.] reported, 1694; passed, 1842; passed House, 883119; enrolled, 3130; approved, 3318. In House: received from Senate, 1859; referred, 1869; reported and passed, 3102; teenrolled, 3144,

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Hallett, Jeremiah T., bill (H. R. No. 525) 20 granting a pension to. -2-13

received from House, 781; referred, 764; reported, 1404; passed with amendments, 3319; conference, 3688; conference report, 3857; concurred in by Senate, 3857; by House, 3954; enrolled, 3958.

Hall, Hinman L., bill (H. R. No. 1386) granting a pension to.

received from House and referred, 3917; a reported, 4146; passed, 4368; enrolled, 4443.

Hall, Z. M., joint resolution (H. R. No. 341) for the relief of.

received from House, 4080; referred, 4092; reported, 4146; passed, 4161; enrolled, 4210.

of, late a member of the House of Representatives from Ohio-[By Mr. Sherman, January 23, 1868.] adopted, 712.

Hamlin, William S., bill (H. R. No. 674)

granting a pension to the widow of. received from House, 1038; referred, 1068;

reported adversely and indefinitely postponed, 1694.

Hamstead, Charles, bill (H. R. No. 1251) granting a pension to.

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received from House and referred, 3120; reported, 3954; passed, 4366; enrolled, 4443.

Harbor, joint resolution (S. R. No. 106) rel

ative to fixing an exterior line in New York, on both sides of Hudson river[By Mr. Morgan.]

read, 1117.

joint resolution (S. R. No. 46) in relation to a, at or near Point Sal, on the coast of California-[By Mr. Corbett.] amended and discussed, 2559; passed,

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Harbors see Rivers and Harbors. joint resolution (S. R. No. 95) authorizing the Light-House Board to place warnings over obstructions at the entrance of, or in the fair way of bays and sounds [By Mr. Morgan.] referred, 789; reported and passed, 1142; passed House with amendments, 1464; concurred in, 1486; enrolled, 1497; approved, 1646.

In House: received from Senate, 1160; referred, 1451; reported and passed with amendments, 1470; concurred in by Senate, 1501; enrolled, 1512. bill (S. No. 563) for the preservation of the, of the United States against encroachments-[By Mr. Morgan.] referred, 3316; reported, 3671. Harlan, James, a Senator from Iowa...........1 petitions presented by.........10, 37, 62, 490,

649, 764, 786, 950, 1069, 1162, 1669, 1694, 1910, 2075, 2293, 2556, 2623, 8175, 3628, 3671, 3856, 3983 bills introduced by

No. 170-to provide for deficiency of expenses incurred in the survey of Indian reservations......

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No. 224-to incorporate the congregation of the First Reformed church of Washington, District of Columbia...........343 No. 225-to incorporate the English Lutheran church of the city of Washing...........343 No. 239-to amend an act entitled Ar act to change the organization of the Post Office Department, and to provide more effectually for the settlement of the accounts thereof," approved July 2, 1836....

.........434 No. 253-for the relief of William H. Murphy, of Farmington, Missouri, 553 No. 259-to renew the charter and to extend the boundaries of the city of Washington.......

No. 270-for the temporary relief of the destitute people in the District of Columbia.........

No. 271-to regulate the sale of hay and straw in the District of Columbia.....650 No. 272 for the relief of Captain Bernard McMahon....... ........650 No. 305-granting aid in the construction of a railroad and telegraph line from the Union Pacific railroad to Idaho, Portland, (Oregon,) Montana, and Puget sound.......

*...845 No. 362-to amend the usury laws of the District of Columbia.................... 1204 No. 389-exempting property in the Dis

trict of Columbia held and used for school purposes from local taxation. 1404 No. 465-for the erection of school-houses and the maintenance of schools in the District of Columbia outside of the cities of Washington and Georgetown.....2114 No. 475-to extend the charter of Washington city....... .2260 No. 491-to provide for the appointment of register of deeds in the District of Columbia...... .2623

No. 532-to incorporate the Uniontown and Washington City Railroad Company, in the District of Columbia. 3051 No. 561-to incorporate the Citizens' Gas Company of District of Columbia, 3275 No. 570-for a grant of land and granting the right of way over the public lands to the Denver Pacific Railway and Telegraph Company...................... ....3504 No. 582-to incorporate District of Columbia Concrete Stone Company.......8580 No. 605-to declare a part of the lowa

river not a navigable stream.........3857 No. 637-to authorize the city of Wash

ington to issue bonds for the purpose of paying the floating debt of the city, 4321 resolutions submitted by

instructing Committee on Military Affairs to inquire into the propriety of including previous service in the Marine corps in establishing relative rank in the Army[December 9, 1867]..

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in reference to bills upon the Calendar relating to the District of Columbia— [January 30, 1868].....845 setting apart Friday for the consideration of bills relating to the District of Colum bia-May 21, 1868]............ 2545 in relation to Anacostia bridge-[ May 28, 1868]............... mașu

2623 calling for information relative to the present status of the claims of loyal Choctaw and Chickasaw Indians, under the forty-ninth article of the treaty with those tribes of April 28, 1866-[June 16, 1868]. ....3176 reports made by.. 296, 552, 678, 1311, 1461, 1621, 2114, 2260, 2594, 2623, 3074, 3213, 3629, 3671, 3708, 3856 motions made by... .434,

443, 453, 472, 788, 845, 886, 1257, 1439, 1442, 1621, 1622, 2114, 2417, 2509, 2583, 3116, 3118, 3120, 3251, 3314, 3506, 3629, 3712, 3713, 3714, 3715, 3716, 3718, 3815, 3902, 8916, 4161, 4361, 4405, 4459, 4462

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