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Latham, Milton S., a Senator from Califor- || Military establishment, bill (S. No. 2) to increase
nia....

......1, 54, 84, 119, 120,

134, 135, 154, 217, 243, 382, 391, 400, 436
remarks on the approval of the acts of the Pres-
ident........
..41, 47, 144, 208
remarks on the expulsion of certain Senators,
63, 64
remarks on the organization of the Army..90,
192, 193
remarks on the admission of the Senators from
Virginia........
..........105

remarks on the bill providing for an increase of
the Army........
remarks on the objects of the war......243, 265
Legislative, executive, and judicial expenses of
the Government, bill (H. R. No. 25) making
additional appropriations for the, for the year
ending the 30th of June, 1862, and appropri-
ations of arrearages for the year ending the
30th of June, 1861.....
......84,

102, 207, 234, 256, 257, 276, 362
Letters, bill (H. R. No. 56) in relation to for-
warding soldiers'..............194, 206, 234, 276||
Levant, bill for the relief of the widows and or-
phans of the officers, seamen, and marines,
of the United States sloop-of-war.........102,
135, 144, 208, 234, 257
Loan, bill (H. R. No. 14) to authorize a national,
62, 109, 127, 144, 156, 234
bill (No. 41) supplementary to an act to author-
ize a national.....
...219, 220,
257, 265, 308, 343, 371, 373, 396, 420, 441
Long Bridge, bill (S. No. 45) making an appro-
priation for the rebuilding and repair of the,
243, 253
bill (S. No. 46) to provide for the construction
of a bridge across the Potomac river......253,
275, 454

M.
Marine corps, bill (No. 53) relative to the, and
to fix the compensation of the officers there-
of....
....257
bill (S. No. 14) for the reorganization of the,
62, 134, 178, 234, 235, 257, 288
Marine signals, bill (No. 9) to provide for the
introduction of a code of, adapted to secret
service.......
.234, 368
Marshals, bill (S. No. 16) concerning the Attor-
ney General and the attorneys and, of the
several districts........
.62,
134, 365, 381, 426, 454
bill (S. No. 67) explanatory of an act concern-
ing the Attorney General and the attorneys
and, of the several districts.......426, 441, 454
McConnell, John C., bill for the relief of.....288,
297, 368, 400, 438
McDougall, James A., a Senator from Califor-
nia.....63, 81, 82, 83, 102, 134, 135, 156, 177,
219, 236, 336, 362, 380, 397, 404, 435, 444
credentials of, presented..

resolutions by..

the present, of the United States...2, 16, 27,
110, 123, 208, 220, 234, 276, 279, 297, 312
bill (S. No. 3) providing for the better organi-
zation of the....
..2, 16, 40, 71, 84,
127, 157, 178, 220, 234, 235, 257,
265, 297, 309, 371, 374, 400, 426
bill (S. No. 58) supplementary to an act to in-
crease the, of the United States, approved
July 29, 1861..............................................361, 374, 420, 441
Militia-see Volunteers.
Morrill, Lot M., a Senator from Maine....... 232,
253, 275, 288, 417, 421
remarks on the revenue marine bill....237, 238||
remarks on the approval of the acts of the Pres-
ident....
392
remarks on the Maryland resolutions, 417, 418
N.

National Guard of the United States, bill (S. No.

5) for the organization of a volunteer militia
force to be called the....................................2, 16, 363
Naval Academy, joint resolution (S. No. 3) in
relation to the.........
.62, 79
bill (No. 83) for the temporary increase of
midshipmen in the................343, 357, 434
joint resolution (No. 5) to examine the condi-
tion of the, and inquire as to the organization
thereof........
.........343, 357, 434
Naval Affairs, the Committee on................17
instructions to.....
.243
bills reported from......
.78, 79,
120, 134, 135, 156, 253, 332, 391, 434, 435
reports from.......
.253
discharged from subjects......103, 177, 253, 311
Naval force, bill (S. No. 10) authorizing an addi-

tional, in the time of war or insurrection, 62
Naval peace establishment, bill (H. R. No. 78) to
amend an act supplementary to the act pro-
viding for a.......
..288,
297, 332, 358, 362, 371, 381, 438
remarks on the, by-
Mr. Dixon.....

Mr. Grimes...

Mr. Sherman...

.358, 359, 360, 361
.358, 359, 360, 361
Mr. Hale........332, 358, 359, 360, 361
Mr. Lane, of Kansas...
.361
Mr. Rice
.360, 361
.358
yeas and nays on the.........
.358, 361
Naval service for the year ending June 30, 1862,
bill (H. R. No. 19) making additional appro-
priations for the, and appropriations of ar-
rearages for the year ending June 30, 1861,
79, 83, 120, 135, 144, 194, 234

remarks on the, by-

....

Mr. Anthony.......
Mr. Breckinridge
Mr. Clark.............
Mr. Collamer......

.136

.136

.136
.136

Mr. Fessenden......120, 135, 136, 137, 144
.135, 136, 137||
.135, 136
.135
...137
.......136, 137

.1

Mr. Grimes......

....83, 219

Mr. Hale...

Mr. Powell

Mr. Ten Eyck..

Mr. Thomson.

remarks on the death of Hon. Stephen A.

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remarks on the approval of the acts of the Pres-
ident.........
..........41, 335, 452
remarks on the bill providing for an increase of
the Army..........
..........114, 221

remarks on the organization of the Army..161,
179, 181, 182, 186, 235
remarks on the bill to promote the efficiency of
the volunteer forces.....
..236, 240

remarks on revenue bill, (No. 54)......320, 399
remarks on the bill for the construction of float-
ing batteries.....
..347
remarks on the naval appropriation bill, (No.
96)..........
..401, 402, 403
remarks on the organization of courts in Ken-
tucky and Missouri....
...424, 425
Medical corps of the Navy, bill to increase the,
154, 217, 235, 236, 253, 255, 311, 336, 362, 365
Members of the House of Representatives, bill

(No. 104) fixing the number of, from and
after the 3d of March, 1863......442, 443, 451
Midshipmen in the Naval Academy, bill for the

temporary increase of..... 343, 357, 434
Military Academy, bill (H. R. No. 82) to in-
crease the number of cadets at the, at West
Point........
....361, 362
Military Affairs and the Militia, the Committee
.....17
bills reported from..................21, 27, 40, 178,
206, 226, 312, 361, 368, 369, 391, 420, 438
discharged from subjects..................103, 206

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Navy-Continued.
bill (S. No. 20) authorizing the appointment of
an Assistant Secretary of the, and fixing the
salary of the same..
...102,
134, 177, 235, 236, 255, 311, 336, 362, 265
bill (S. No. 31) to increase the medical corps
of the

.....154,
217, 235, 236, 253, 255, 311, 336, 362, 365
bill (No. 87) authorizing additional enlistments
in the .....................371, 380, 435, 442, 443
Navy Department, calls for information upon
the........
...167

communications from the...............
Navy ration, bill (No. 9) to alter and regulate
the........
..62, 78, 144, 156, 194, 208
Navy-yard at Pensacola, committee to inquire
into the circumstances attending the surren-
der of the...........
..216, 253, 332
Nesmith, James W., a Senator from Oregon, 241
remarks on the death of Hon. Stephen A.

Douglas........
....29
remarks on employment of volunteers...52, 53
remarks on the organization of the Army, 89,
90, 160, 161, 165, 166, 185
speech on the same.....
....160
remarks on the bill to increase the Army, 111,
112, 113, 115
0.
Oath of allegiance, bill (S. No. 54) requiring an,
and to support the Constitution of the Uni-
ted States, to be administered to certain per-
sons in the civil service of the United States,
311, 443, 454

Object of the war, resolutions of Mr. Johnson,
of Tennessee, relative to the..........243, 257
Ordnance, bill (S. No. 52) to provide for the pur-

chase of arms, ordnance stores, and......308,
312, 371, 400, 426
Organizing loyal citizens, bill (S. No. 38) making
an appropriation to pay the expenses of trans-
porting and delivering arms and munitions
of war to the loyal citizens of the States of
which the inhabitants now are, or may here-
after be, in rebellion against the Government
of the United States, and to provide for the
expense of, into companies, battalions, regi-
ments, or otherwise, for their own protection
against domestic violence, insurrection, in-
vasion or rebellion.................313, 336, 438
P.

......

Pacific railroad: bill to secure contracts and make
provision for the full, certain, and more
speedy transportation by railroad of the
mails, troops, munitions of war, and mili-
tary and naval stores, between the Atlantic
States and those of the Pacific..............154
bill (S. No. 47) granting public lands and a
loan of the credit of the Government to the
People's, Company
.....253
Paine, Commander Amasa, joint resolution (S.
No. 12) to place the name of, upon the
active-service list of the Navy ..288, 311
Patented arms, joint resolution (S. No. 11) to
repeal so much of the third section of the
act making appropriations for the legisla-
tive, executive, and judicial expenses of the
Government for the year ending the 30th of
June, 1861, approved June 30, 1860, as pro-
hibits the purchase or use of, or military
supplies......
.......279
Pay,
Pay, bill (S. No. 17) concerning the, of the offi-
cers of the revenue cutter service......62, 232
bill (H. R. No. 53) relative to the revenue ma-
rine, and to fix the, of officers thereof...167,
232, 236, 361
joint resolution (S. No. 5) to, to the widow of
the late Stephen A. Douglas the amount due
him as Senator at the time of his death, 206,
220, 221, 234, 235, 374, 391, 420, 441
bill (S. No. 69) to increase the, of the non-
commissioned officers, musicians, and pri-
vates of the regular Army, and volunteers,
and marines, and seamen, and ordinary sea-
men, in the service of the United States, 438,
442, 443
bill (S. No. 72) to increase the, of the privates
in the regular Army, and of the volunteers
in the service of the United States.........454
bill (H. R. No. 15) to provide for the payment
of the militia and volunteers called into the
service of the United States from the time
they were called into service to the 30th of
June, 1861................................................................40, 62, 79, 234

Pay-Continued.
bill (H. R. No. 103) authorizing the Secretary
of War to, the volunteers who, under the
command of Charles W. White, and by the
order of Brigadier General T. A. Morris,
enlisted to protect the railroad bridge and
other property in the vicinity of Oakland,
Allegany county, Maryland................442,
443, 454, 455
bill (H. R. No. 105) to provide for the pay-
ment to Arnold Willett, for bread, &c., and
Henry North, for wood, provided for the
United States volunteers of Maryland, 454,
455

Paymasters in the Army, joint resolution in rela-
tion to the bonds of....
.206, 218
Paymasters in the Navy, bill (No. 13) to provide
for the appointment of assistant
.62,
79, 144, 156
Payment of troops, bill (H. R. No. 88) providing
for the monthly.
.365, 420
Pearce, James A., a Senator from Maryland, 177,

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Powell, Lazarus W., a Senator from Ken-| Ration, bill to alter and regulate the Navy.....62,
tucky-Continued.
78, 144, 156, 194, 208
Rebellion, joint resolution (S. No. 1) to approve
and confirm certain acts of the President of
the United States for suppressing insurrec-
tion and........2, 16, 21, 40, 64, 127, 137, 177,

remarks on the confiscation bill.........218, 427
remarks on bill to punish conspiracies, 276,277
remarks on revenue bill, (No. 54)...........317,
321, 322, 399

remarks on the organization of courts in Ken-
tucky and Missouri...............422, 423, 426
President of the United States, calls for informa-
tion upon the
.......206, 362
communications from the.
....11,

18, 54, 71, 102, 154, 178, 208, 253, 257, 278,
297, 312, 357, 365, 426, 441, 450, 454, 455
proclamation of the, summoning an extraor-
dinary session of Congress
..1
joint resolution (S. No. 1) to approve and con-
firm certain acts of the, for suppressing
insurrection and rebellion..........2, 16, 21,
40, 64, 127, 137, 177, 208, 220,
234, 276, 288, 332, 391, 451, 452

remarks on the,.by-

Mr. Baker.........

221

Mr. Bayard..............

...177

Mr. Bingham.......

Mr. Breckinridge..

Mr. Bright.......

.219

Mr. Clark.....

Mr. Collamer.........................

.42, 44, 45, 69, 141
.71, 208, 332, 453
.........141, 142, 453
.71,
127, 137, 141, 142, 143, 392, 393, 452, 453
.42
..40, 41, 395
..297, 393, 453
..395

remarks on legislative appropriation bill....207
remarks on the confiscation bill.

.......

remarks on the Baltimore police bill.........242
remarks on the approval of the acts of the Pres-
ident.....
...332
remarks on the resolutions of the Legislature
of Maryland........
...........419
remarks on the Army and volunteer militia
bill.........
.441, 442
Penalties, bill (H. R. No. 17) authorizing the Sec-
retary of the Treasury to remit fines and,
incurred in certain cases.........194, 234, 276
Pensacola navy-yard, inquiry into the circum-
stances attending the surrender of the....216,
253, 332
Piracy, bill (No. 55) supplementary to an act to
protect the commerce of the United States,
and punish the crime of...234, 275, 421, 426
Police, bill (S. No. 23) to organize a metropolitan,
for the city of Washington....... ...120
bill (No. 35) to amend an act to establish an
auxiliary watch for the protection of public
and private property in the city of Washing-
....134, 135
bill (H. R. No. 76) to provide for the payment
of the, organized by the United States for the
city of Baltimore, 236, 239, 242, 257, 276, 362
bill (S. No. 49) to create a metropolitan, dis-
trict of the District of Columbia...........275,
438, 443, 454
Polk, Trusten, a Senator from Missouri, 18, 50,
103, 207, 226, 243, 257, 311, 397, 434, 435
remarks on the resolution approving of the acts
of the President........
....21,
41, 47, 49, 64, 392, 393, 453
speech on the same
.........47, 54
remarks on employment of volunteers, 54, 82
remarks on organization of the Army, 166, 192
remarks on the objects of the war.... .243,

ton.

257, 260, 262
remarks on the revenue bill, (No. 54)......315,
316, 320, 398, 399
remarks on the insurrection and sedition bill,
337, 343
remarks on the organization of courts in Ken-
tucky and Missouri.......
...425, 426
remarks on the memorial of F. P. Stanton, 439
Pomeroy, Samuel C., a Senator from Kansas,
134, 312, 427
credentials of, presented.
.1
resolutions by.............
.312
remarks on organization of the Army, 189, 190
Post Office Department, communications from

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..........102
Powell, Lazarus W., a Senator from Ken-
tucky..
.120, 135, 168, 216,
217, 242, 265, 312, 313, 347, 362, 381,382,
404, 405, 420, 433, 435, 436, 442, 451, 452
resolutions by..
120
remarks on the approval of the acts of the Pres-
iden.................4.9, 66, 68, 69, 70, 453
speech on the same..........
remarks on the employment of volunteers, 52,
54, 80|||
remarks on the admission of the Senators from
Virginia......
.107, 109
remarks on the organization of the Army, 186,
188, 190, 191, 192

Mr. Dixon.......
...........................................................41, 141, 453
Mr. Doolittle......
Mr. Fessenden.....

Mr. Howe.......

Mr. Johnsen, of Tennessee...220, 276, 288
Mr. Kennedy...

208, 220, 234, 276, 288, 332, 391, 451, 452
bill (No. 20) to provide for the suppression of,
against, and resistance to, the laws of the
United States, and to amend the act calling
forth the militia to execute the laws of the
Union, &c., passed February 28, 1795...144,
253, 277, 297, 362.

bill (S. No. 28) to suppress the slaveholders',
134
bill (H. R. No. 69) to indemnify the States for
expenses incurred by them in defense of the
United States......... ..234, 253, 276, 362
joint resolution (S. No. 10) declaratory of the
determination of Congress to maintain the
supremacy of the Government and integrity
of the Union........
.........253, 275
bill (S. No. 25) to confiscate property used for
insurrectionary purposes...

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..41,

42, 45, 46, 47, 208, 335, 392, 453
Mr. Foot........
..21
Mr. Grimes.......
.45, 393
Mr. Hale.....
.41, 42, 297
.....393

Mr. Doolittle.......

Mr. Fessenden.......

Mr. Hale........

.257, 260

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Mr. King.........41, 42, 45, 46, 47, 452, 453
Mr. Lane, of Indiana............43, 142, 143
Mr. Lane, of Kansas..
.392
Mr. Latham........ ....41, 47, 144, 208
Mr. McDougall...................................................41, 335, 452
Mr. Morrill.....
392
Mr. Pearce........................................................................... .332
Mr. Polk.........
.21,
41, 47, 49, 64, 392, 393, 453
Mr. Powell...... .49, 66, 68, 69, 70, 453
Mr. Saulsbury.
.41
Mr. Sherman....
.393.
Mr. Simmons.........
.45, 395
Mr. Sumner..
.46, 297, 395
Mr. Thomson...
.395
Mr. Trumbull................................ ..46, 142, 392, 453
Mr. Wade
.66, 71, 208
Mr. Wilkinson......
.68
Mr. Wilson, 2, 16, 21, 40, 41, 42, 43, 45, 46,
71, 144, 235, 332, 391, 393, 451, 452, 453
yeas and nays on the......
..393
President pro tempore of the Senate, election of

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Mr. Trumbull..........
Printing, the Committee on................17, 416
reports from.............
...103, 206, 362
Printing, bill (S. No. 15) authorizing the, of
watch and station bills......
......62
bill relative to, extra number of messages, doc-
uments, and reports.......
...362
Private land claims, bill (S. No. 60) relative to
appeals to the Supreme Court of the United
States......
....362, 436, 454
Projectiles for rifled cannon, James's, joint reso-
lution (S. No. 16) authorizing an examina-
tion of, by a board of naval officers......368,
434, 442, 454

R.
Railroad, bill (S. No. 71) authorizing the Alex-
andria, Loudoun, and Hampshire, to extend
their road within the city of Washington, 443
(See Pacific Railroad.)

Railway from the navy yard, Washington, to
Georgetown, in the District of Columbia, bill
for the construction of a.......
..............177
Railway Company, bill (S. No. 68) to incorpo-
rate the Washington.....
.434, 443, 450

yeas and nays on the............ ...258, 265
bill (S. No. 38) making an appropriation to
pay the expenses of transporting and deliv-
ering arms and munitions of war to the loyal
citizens of the States the inhabitants of which
now are, or hereafter may be, in rebellion
against the Government of the United States,
and to provide for the expense of organizing
them into companies, battalions, regiments,
or otherwise, for their own protection against
domestic violence, insurrection, invasion, or,
313, 336, 438
Regimental and other bands, bill (No. 24) au-
thorizing the Secretary of War to reimburse
volunteers for expenses incurred in employ-
ing............... ..120, 206, 288, 308, 336, 365
Representatives, bill fixing the number of the
House of....
.442, 443, 451
Revenue, bill (H. R. No. 54) to provide increased,
from imports, to pay interest on the public
debt.....
.....208, 253,

278, 297, 313, 335, 344, 395, 397, 400, 426
remarks on the, by-

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Revenue, bill (H. R. No. 54) to provide increased,
from imports, to pay interest on the public
debt-Continued.

remarks on the, by-
Mr. McDougall.
Mr. Polk........
Mr. Powell....................
Mr. Rice.......

Mr. Saulsbury...

Sedition, bill (S. No. 33) to suppress insurrection Sumner, Charles, a Senator from Massachusetts,

and-Continued.

remarks on the, by-

Mr. McDougall..
Mr. Polk....
Mr. Powell
Mr. Saulsbury

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....315, 316, 320, 398, 399

...317, 321, 322, 399

...321

Mr. Sumner.....

.278,

Mr. Ten Eyck

Mr. Trumbull

314, 315, 316, 321, 322, 399
Mr. Sherman.......319, 320, 321, 398
Mr. Simmons....
.253, 254, 355,
278, 279, 297, 313, 314, 315, 316,317,318,
319, 320, 321, 336, 395, 396, 397, 398, 399
Mr. Sumner.
278,
315, 316, 317, 318, 319, 322
320, 321, 322, 399
.400
.322, 396
222

Mr. Ten Eyck...

Mr. Thomson...

Mr. Trumbull.

Mr. Wade.......

Mr. Wilkinson......

Mr. Wilson.........
yeas and nays on the...

.320, 321,

.399,
..320, 321
..316,

400

317, 320, 321, 323, 336, 400
bill (H. R. No. 71) to provide additional, for
defraying the expenses of the Government
and maintaining the public credit, by the
assessment and collection of a direct tax and
internal duties.......
......336
Revenue cutters, bill (H. R. No. 100) to suspend
in part the operation of an act relating to,
and steamers.... ......374, 381, 391, 400, 438
Revenue marine, bill (S. No. 17) concerning the
pay of the officers of the revenue cutter ser-
vice of the United States.................62, 232
bill (No. 53) relative to the, to fix the compen-
sation of officers thereof...167, 232, 236, 361
Rice, Henry M., a Senator from Minnesota, 120,
206, 217, 258, 321, 332, 362, 365, 402
resolutions by.....
..206, 332
remarks on employment of volunteers...50, 51
remarks on the organization of the Army...89,
90, 163, 179, 185
remarks on the bill to increase the Army...115
remarks on the bill to promote the efficiency of
the volunteer forces......................241, 242
remarks on the naval peace establishment bill,
360, 361

S.
Sanitary commission, bill (S. No. 18) relative to
..78

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remarks on the employment of volunteers...51,
53, 54
remarks on the organization of the Army...90,
166, 192, 194||
remarks on the admission of the Senators from
Virginia...........103, 104, 105, 106, 107
remarks on revenue bill, (No. 54).... ....278,
314, 315, 316, 321, 322, 399
remarks on the insurrection and sedition bill,
373, 380
Scranton, George W., a Representative from
Pennsylvania, death of, announced.........18
Secretary of the Senate, instructions to......11, 18
election of...
..119
Sedition, bill (S. No. 33) to suppress insurrection
and....... ..167, 275, 336, 364, 372, 374, 381
remarks on the, by-

Mr. Baker............373, 377, 378, 379, 380
Mr. Bayard........
..336,

341, 342, 343, 364, 372, 381, 382
Mr. Breckinridge........
..341,
342, 343, 372, 373, 476, 377, 378, 379, 382
..372
..338, 339, 381
.342, 343, 375

Mr. Collamer........338, 342, 374, 375, 381

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336, 337, 338, 339, 341, 342, 343,
364, 372, 373, 375, 380, 381, 382
Mr. Wade
..343
yeas and nays on the...342, 343, 364, 380, 382
Senate Chamber, committee to inquire into the
practicability of changing the present con-
struction of the.......... ..........................16, 21, 454
Senators, resolution for the expulsion of certain,
40, 62
remarks on the admission of, from Virginia,
by-

Mr. Bayard..........103, 104, 105, 107, 108
Mr. Collamer
..106
Mr. Doolittle

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Sherman, John, a Senator from Ohio....227, 240,
253, 275, 358, 362, 370, 390, 391, 393,
405, 406, 435, 442, 443, 444, 452, 454
remarks on the employment of volunteers, 50,
52, 81
remarks on the organization of the Army,
164, 165, 180, 183, 184, 186, 188,
190, 191, 192, 194, 311, 371, 372
remarks on the objects of the war..... ..261
remarks on the revenue bill, (No. 54)......319,
320, 321, 398
remarks on the bill for the construction of
floating batteries..........
..363
remarks on the naval appropriation bill, (No.
96).........
.400, 401, 402, 403
remarks on the memorial of Frederick P. Stan-
ton....
.439

Signals, bill (H. R. No. 9) to provide for the in-
troduction of a code of marine, adapted to
secret service........
....234, 368
bill (H. R. No. 76) to provide for the payment
of the police organized by the United States
for the city of Baltimore, and to enable the
Mint to furnish small gold coins, and to pro-
vide for the manufacture or purchase of field,
236, 239, 242, 257, 276, 362
Simmons, James F., a Senator from Rhode Isl-
and.....156, 217, 275, 391, 396, 401, 421, 443
remarks on the approval of the acts of the
President.........
.........45, 395
remarks on the organization of the Army, 165,
166, 167, 181
remarks on revenue bill, (No. 54,) 253,254, 255,
278, 279, 297, 313, 314, 315, 316, 317, 318,
319, 320, 321, 336, 395, 396, 397, 398, 399
remarks in relation to the office of President
pro tempore..
...438, 441
Soldiers' letters, bill in relation to forwarding,
194, 206, 234, 276
Spirituous liquors, bill (S. No. 61) to amend an

the

act to prohibit the sale of, and intoxicating
drinks in the District of Columbia, in certain
cases.........311, 343, 362, 374, 400, 420, 441
Stanton, Frederick P., memorial of, in relation
to his appointment as a Senator from Kan-
sas.......82, 406, 436, 438, 450, 451, 452, 454
State Department, calls for information upon
.62
communications from the.......
..120
Steamers, bill (H. R. No. 80) authorizing the
construction of twelve small side-wheel, 343,
357, 391, 426, 438
bill (No. 100) to suspend in part the operation
of an act relating to revenue cutters and, 374,
381, 391, 400, 438
Steam floating battery, joint resolution (H. R.
No. 1) authorizing the appointment of ex-
aminers to examine a, at Hoboken, New
Jersey..........
......208, 218, 234, 276

54, 78, 115, 134, 226, 227, 243, 253,
277, 279, 346, 380, 381, 416, 444, 454
remarks on the approval of the acts of the Pres-
ident.........
.46, 297, 395
remarks on revenue bill, (No. 54)..
....278,
315, 316, 317, 318, 319, 322
Supremacy of the Government, joint resolution
(S. No. 10) declaratory of the determination
of Congress to maintain the, and integrity of
the Union.
..........253, 275

T.

Tariff: bill (H. R. No. 16) further to provide for
the collection of duties on imports.........50,
54, 62, 83, 109, 234
bill (S. No. 40) to modify and increase the
duties on imports........
.........217
bill (S. No. 51) in addition to an act further to
provide for the collection of duties on im-
ports approved July, 1861..297, 331,362, 365
bift (H. R No. 54) to provide increased rev-
enue from imports, to pay the interest on the
public debt.......
......208, 253,
278, 297, 313, 335, 344, 395, 397, 400, 426
Tax, bill (No. 71) to provide additional revenues
for defraying the expenses of the Govern-
ment and maintaining the public credit, by
the assessment and collection of a direct, and
internal duties......
...336
Ten Eyck, John C., a Senator from New Jer-
sey....26, 27, 40, 62, 102, 120, 137, 154,
217, 227, 274, 288, 311, 365, 390, 391, 443
resolutions by.........
...227
remarks on employment of volunteers...51, 81
remarks on the admission of the Senators from
Virginia.............
..........108, 109
remarks on the organization of the Army...89,
162, 179
remarks on the confiscation bill................219
remarks on the bill for the construction of float-
ing batteries.....236, 256, 257, 345, 363
remarks on the revenue marine bill.... ..238
remarks on revenue bill, (No. 54)................. ..320,
321, 322, 399
remarks on the insurrection and sedition bill,
342, 375
remarks on the memorial of F. P. Stanton,
440, 441
remarks on the organization of courts in Ken-
tucky and Missouri.......
....422, 423
Thomas, Lieutenant Charles, joint resolution (S.
No. 6) to place the name of, upon the active-
service list of the United States Navy, 120,311
Thomson, John R., a Senator from New Jer-

sey.....
........................ ............................62, 133, 181, 226, 400, 401
remarks on naval appropriation bill....136, 137
remarks on the bill for the construction of float-
ing batteries.....345, 346, 347, 363, 364
remarks on approving of the acts of the Pres-
ident......
....395
Topographical engineers, bill (S. No. 65) to au-
thorize an increase in the corps of engineers
and..................391, 420, 421, 442, 443, 454
bill (H. R. No. 101) to promote the efficiency
of the corps of engineers and
.421,
426, 435, 443, 454
Treasury Department, calls for information upon
..312, 443
..11

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communications from the.
Trumbull, Lyman, a Senator from Illinois,
1, 2, 40, 62, 78, 134, 215, 216, 217,
220, 221, 226, 232, 243, 253, 312, 336,
362, 364, 370, 391, 402, 403, 404, 406,
421, 426, 433, 436, 438, 450, 451, 452
resolutions by
.28, 62, 78
remarks on the death of Hon. Stephen A. Doug-
las..........
..27

remarks on the approval of the acts of the Pres-
ident.........
.46, 142, 392, 453
remarks on the organization of the Army, 89,
91, 183, 184, 235
remarks on the admission of the Senators from
Virginia.......
.........104, 107
remarks on the Army appropriation bill....121
remarks on the confiscation bill....
....120,
218, 219, 427, 434
remarks on the insurrection and sedition bill,
167, 275, 336, 337, 338, 339, 341, 342,
343, 364, 372, 373, 375, 380, 381, 382
remarks on the bill to punish conspiracies, 232,
233, 276, 277
remarks on the objects of the war...... ..243,
258,259,265

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Vacancies in certain offices, bill (S. No. 55) au-
thorizing the President to fill, during the
...362
recess of the Senate
Vacancy of the judgeship, bill (S. No. 39) to pro-
vide for holding the district and circuit courts
in judicial districts during a temporary, 226,
236, 443, 454
Vessels, bill (S. No. 64) to reduce consular fees
for, running to or between foreign ports, 369,
374, 420, 441
Volunteer forces, bill (S. No. 44) to promote the
efficiency of the........156, 236, 239, 243, 369
remarks on the, by-
Mr. Browning

Mr. Clark........

Mr. Collamer......

.243
..239, 240
..240
.239, 240
.242
.239, 241, 242
..239, 241, 243

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..236, 240
.241
..241, 242
..240

Mr. Wilson.............. .236, 239, 240, 241, 242
Volunteer militia, bill (S. No. 70) in relation to

ernment....

Volunteers, bill (S. No. 1) to authorize the em-
ployment of, to aid in enforcing the laws and
protecting public property-Continued.
yeas and nays on the....
....54, 82
bill (H. R. No. 15) to provide for the payment
of the militia and, called into the service of
the United States, by proclamation of the
President, dated April, 1861, from the time
they were called into service to the 30th day
of June, 1861...................................................
...... 40, 62, 79, 234
bill (No. 28) to authorize the employment of,
to aid in supporting and defending the Gov-
.109, 110
bill for the relief of the Ohio, and other....194,
206, 208, 220, 234, 276
bill (S. No. 42) in addition to the act to author-
ize the employment of, to aid in enforcing the
laws and protecting public property, approved
22d July, 1861..........221, 226, 235, 257, 278
bill (H. R. No. 81) making an appropriation
for the purchase of arms for the, and the reg-
ular troops of the United States, 313, 336, 438
bill (S. No. 72) to increase the pay of the pri-
vates in the regular Army, and of the, in the
service of the United States......... ...454
bill (S. No. 69) to increase the pay of the non-
commissioned officers, musicians, and pri-
vates of the regular Army, marines, and sea-
men and ordinary seamen in the service of
the United States.....
...438, 442, 443
bill (H. R. No. 103) authorizing the Secretary
of War to pay the, who, under the command
of Charles W. White, and by order of Brig-
adier General T. A. Morris, enlisted to pro-
tect the railroad bridge and other property in
the vicinity of Oakland, Allegany county,
Maryland....
.442, 443, 454, 455
bill authorizing and regulating the employment
of, in the Navy...
.62

W.

the Army and, of the United States.......441 Wade, Benjamin F., a Senator from Ohio, 21, 103,
Volunteer militia force, bill for the organization
of a, to be called the National Guard of the
United States....... ...................................2, 16, 368
Volunteers, bill (S. No. 1) to authorize the em-
ployment of, to aid in enforcing the laws and
protecting public property......2, 16, 21, 50,
64, 79, 80, 144, 156, 167, 168, 194, 219, 278
remarks on the, by-

Mr. Anthony..
Mr. Breckinridge...

Mr. Browning...

Mr. Clark.......
Mr. Collamer.....

Mr. Doolittle

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16, 21, 50, 51, 52, 53, 64, 80, 81, 82, 156

120, 206, 208, 215, 217, 226,
343, 427, 433, 435, 451, 452
remarks on the approval of the acts of the Pres-
ident...........
...........66, 71, 208
remarks on the organization of the Army, 89,
180, 181, 182, 191
remarks on bill to increase the Army, 111, 115
remarks on revenue bill, (No. 54,) 320, 321, 322
War Department, calls for information upon the,
78, 120, 206, 227, 312, 357
War, resolution of Mr. Johnson, of Tennessee,
declaratory of the objects of the.....243, 257
Willey, Waitman T., a Senator from Virginia, 103
credentials of, presented.
..103
remarks on the objects of the war...... ...259
Wilkinson, Morton S., a Senator from Minne-
...68, 417
remarks on revenue bill, (No. 54)......399, 400
remarks on Maryland resolutions, 417, 418, 419
Willett, Arnold, bill (No. 105) to provide for the
payment to, for bread, &c., and Henry
North, for wood, provided for the United
States volunteers of Maryland.......454, 455
Wilmot, David, a Senator from Pennsylvania, 18
resolutions by......
18
remarks on the death of Mr. Scranton........
....18
Wilson, Henry, a Senator from Massachu-
.........16, 17,
50, 78, 103, 122, 134, 194, 206, 221, 226, 308,
312, 313, 332, 336, 357, 361, 368, 369, 370,
371, 391, 402, 403, 405, 406, 407, 420, 421,
· 433, 435, 436, 438, 441, 442, 443, 451, 452

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remarks on the resolution approving of the acts
of the President......
..2, 16,
21, 40, 41, 42, 43, 45, 46, 71, 144,

235, 332, 391, 393, 451, 452, 453
remarks on the employment of volunteers...2,
16, 21, 50, 51, 52, 53, 64, 80, 81, 82, 156
remarks on the organization of the Army, 2, 16,
40,71, 84, 85, 86, 87, 88, 90, 91, 127, 157, 158,
159, 160, 161, 162, 163, 164, 165, 166, 167,
178, 179, 180, 181, 182, 183, 184, 185, 186,
191, 193, 235, 265, 309, 310, 311, 371, 372
remarks on the bill to increase the Army.....2,
16, 27, 110, 111, 112, 113,
114, 123, 125, 220, 234, 279
remarks on the confiscation bill...............219
remarks on the bill to promote the efficiency of
the volunteer forces of the United States,
236, 239, 240, 241, 242
remarks on revenue bill, (No. 54)......320, 321
World's fair: joint resolution (S. No. 9) relative
to the exhibition of the industry of all na-
tions, to be holden in London in the year
1862...
.226, 232, 255, 276, 288
Wright, George W., bill for the relief of......362
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Dickins, Asbury, bill to continue salary of,

450, 451
duties, bill further to provide for the collection
of, on imports

employment of volunteers......................................54, 82
engineer corps, bill to promote the efficiency
of the......
.435
expulsion of certain Senators
.........64
floating batteries, bill for the construction of,
347, 364
fraud in Government contracts, bill to prevent,
406
insurrection and sedition bill....
..342,
343, 364, 380, 382
...110
.......397

loan bill..........
loan bill, supplementary.
naval appropriation bill, (No. 96)......402, 403
naval peace establishment... ....358, 361
pay of the troops, bill increasing the, 442, 443
President, resolution approving of the acts of

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Allen, William, a Representative from Ohio...76,
116, 130, 147, 209, 305, 357,
385, 427, 429, 430, 447, 457
resolutions by .............................130, 209, 366, 447
remarks on employment of volunteers, 94, 147
remarks on the bill for the better organization
of the Army............................................211, 212, 214, 215
Alley, John B., a Representative from Massa-
chusetts.
.32, 197
Ancona, Sydenham E., a Representative from
Pennsylvania........ ......131, 357, 444
Andrews, Isaac, and others, bill for relief of, 350
Appeals to the Supreme Court of the United States,
bill (S. No. 60) relative to.......448, 455, 458
Appleton, William, a Representative from Mas-
sachusetts....

..71

Appropriations: for the support of the Army for
the fiscal year ending June 30, 1862, and of
arrearages for the fiscal year ending June 30,
1861.....................54, 72, 77, 132, 145, 197
for the naval service for the year ending 30th
June, 1862, and of arrearages for the year
ending 30th June, 1861........................54,
77, 195, 202, 204, 210
for the legislative, executive, and judicial ex-
penses of the Government for the year ending
June 30, 1862, and of arrearages for the year
ending June 30, 1861....

.72,

93, 221, 222, 225, 252, 268, 281
for sundry civil expenses of the Government
for the year ending 30th of June, 1862, and of
arrearages for the year ending 30th of June,
1861.72, 93, 221, 222, 225, 228, 272
further, for the naval service for the year end-
ing 30th June, 1862..
......366,
368, 386, 428, 444, 446, 456
for the purchase of arms for the volunteers and
regular troops of the United States.......331,
348, 352, 389
for the purchase of ordnance and ordnance
stores..... ..........348, 368, 383, 409, 444
to pay the expenses of arming loyal citizens,

243, 269, 288, 298, 308, 382
to pay the expenses of the investigating com-
mittees of the House of Representatives and
Senate, appointed at the first session of the
Thirty-Seventh Congress, and of the com-
mission authorized to examine and report as
to the compensation of all officers of the Gov-
ernment.....
.383, 428, 433, 444, 456
for fortifications....388, 389, 416, 430, 444, 445
for field fortifications for the defenses of the city
of Washington.......
.......383
Armored ships, bill (No. 36) to provide for the
construction of one or more, and floating bat-
teries....
.......227, 230,

243, 272, 274, 282, 357, 382, 384, 409, 444
Armory, resolutions for a special committee to
inquire and report with regard to the estab-
lishment of a national, west of the Alleghany
mountains
..61,
91, 129, 223, 224, 225, 366, 367, 444
bill for the purchase of a site and erection of a
national, foundery, and timber basin, at or
near the city of New York......... ....116
Arms, bill to refund and remit the duties on, im-

ported by States.......54, 222, 243, 251
bill making an appropriation for the purchase
of, for the volunteer and regular troops of the
United States.....331, 348, 352, 389
bill to provide for the purchase of, ordnance,
and ordnance stores, 348, 368, 383, 409, 444

Arms-Continued.

bill (No. 38) making an appropriation to pay
the expenses of transporting and delivering,
and munitions of war to the loyal citizens of
the States of which the inhabitants now are,
or hereafter may be, in rebellion against the
Government of the United States, and to pro-
vide for the expense of organizing them into
companies, battalions, regiments, or other-
wise, for their own protection against domes-
tic violence, insurrection, invasion, or rebel-
lion......
..243, 269, 288, 298, 308, 382
Army, bill (H. R. No. 18) making additional ap-
propriations for the support of the, for the
fiscal year ending June 30, 1862, and appro-
priations of arrearages for the fiscal year end-
ing June 30, 1861....54, 72, 77, 132, 145, 197
remarks on the, by-

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..73
.......72, 73, 74, 75, 77
.76, 77
..76
Mr. Hickman.......................................................................................... .74, 75
.75
..76
.72, 73, 74, 75, 76
.72
.73, 74, 75, 77

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

Mr. Jackson
Mr. Lehman...................................

Mr. Mallory

Mr. McClernand.....

Mr. Lovejoy.

.77

Mr. Morrill, of Vermont, 76, 77, 132, 133
Mr. Rice, of Massachusetts..
Mr. Richardson..........
Mr. Spaulding...

.76
.76

Mr. Stevens...54, 72, 75, 76, 77
Mr. Trowbridge.
.76
Mr. Vallandigham ........72, 74, 75, 76, 77
Mr. Wickliffe.......
.........76, 77
bill (No. 3) providing for the better organiza-
tion of the military establishment, 128, 209,
211, 222, 229, 268, 298, 304,
332, 368, 388, 389, 415, 444
joint resolution (No. 7) expressing the sympa-
thy of Congress with the bereaved families
and friends of our soldiers who have fallen in
defense of the Republic........................407
bill (No. 2) to increase the present military
establishment of the United States........145,
205, 228, 248, 273, 298, 305
bill for retiring superannuated and disabled offi-
cers from the United States.......
...61
bill (No. 58) supplementary to the act to in-
crease the present military establishment, ap-
proved July 29, 1861.......382, 385, 428, 456
bill to promote the efficiency of the......72, 117
bill providing for the monthly payment of
troops

....366

bill (No. 69) to increase the pay of the non-
commissioned officers, musicians, and pri-
vates of the regular, volunteers, marines, and
seamen and ordinary seamen, in the service
of the United States..... ..........448, 456
bill (No. 72) to increase the pay of the privates

in the regular, and of the volunteers in the
service of the United States.....456, 457, 458
Arnold, Isaac N., a Representative from IHinois,
357, 366, 445
....231

resolutions by...........

remarks on the death of Hon. Stephen A.
Douglas.......
..37
remarks on the volunteer force bill....... ....154
remarks on the tariff...........176, 204, 205, 416
remarks on the additional revenue bill, (No.
71)..........
...325

Arter, Charles D., bill to pay, for destruction of
property by United States Government, 116
Ashley, James M., a Representative from Ohio,

24, 31, 32, 61, 99, 131, 147, 209, 224,
357, 365, 368, 390, 445, 448, 456, 457, 458
resolutions by.....
...31, 131
remarks on the additional revenue bill, (No. |
71) ..............
.248, 249
Assistant Secretary of the Navy, bill (No. 20)
authorizing the appointment of an, and fix-
ing the salary of the same
....209,

230, 243, 252, 268, 332, 350, 367, 382

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resolutions by.........
.445
Baker, Stephen, a Representative from New
York
.213, 415
Baltimore police: bill (H. R. No. 76) to provide
for the payment of the police organization, by
the United States, for the city of Baltimore,
and to enable the Mint to furnish small gold
coin, and to provide for the manufacture or
purchase of field signals....244, 265, 268, 273
Bankruptcy, bill to establish a general and uni-
form system of, throughout the United
States
.23, 116, 129, 133
.128, 129, 163, 224

select committee on
Batteries, bill (S. No. 36) to provide for the con-
struction of one or more armored ships or
floating
......227, 230,
243, 272, 274, 282, 357, 382, 384, 409, 444
Battery, bill authorizing the appointment of ex-

aminers to examine the steam floating, at
Hoboken.......... .........210, 227, 229, 272
Bills of exchange and promissory notes, bill
respecting.

.229

Bingham, John A., a Representative from Ohio,

4, 9, 61, 92, 93, 102, 117, 131, 133, 144, 145,
227, 244, 299, 347, 357, 365, 366, 367, 407,
408, 416, 427, 430, 445, 446, 447, 448, 456
remarks on the bill for the suppression of the
rebellion..........
145, 146
remarks on the additional revenue bill, (No.
71)......249, 250, 269, 270, 272, 273, 284, 285,
286, 300, 302, 303, 304, 324, 327, 328, 329
remarks on the confiscation bill...... ..231,
279, 409, 410, 411, 412, 413, 430, 431
Blair, jr., Francis P., a Representative from Mis-
.3, 4, 10, 56,
72, 92, 102, 116, 117, 128, 196, 204, 205,
209, 211, 229, 244, 269, 287, 298, 366, 368,
385, 386, 387, 416, 427, 428, 446, 447, 449
resolutions by.......
...116
remarks on the resolution for the expulsion of

souri..

John B. Clark.........
..116
remarks on the Army appropriation bill......73
remarks on the employment of volunteers... 72,
94, 95, 96, 98, 99, 100, 102, 147
remarks on the expulsion of a member, 116, 117
remarks on the bill to promote the efficiency of
the Army...............
..118
remarks on the volunteer force bill...... ...128,
148, 154, 428
remarks on the bill for the better organization
of the Army...
...211, 212, 213,
214, 215, 229, 268, 304, 305, 332, 389, 390
remarks on the bill to increase the present mil-
itary establishment........ ..228, 273, 274
remarks on the bill relating to the courts in
Kentucky and Missouri........ 228, 229
remarks on the Baltimore police bill...245, 246
remarks personal and explanatory,386,387,389
Blair, Samuel S., a Representative from Pennsyl-
vania.

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