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H. R. No. 458– - o For the relief of the estate of Isaac Phillips, deceased, who was a rivate in the revolutionary war.—[By Mr. Wilson, of *ennsylvania.] o Referred, 601. H. R. No. 459– - To aid in the construction of a railroad and telegraph line from Portland, Oregon, to connect with the Pacific railroad at the northern bend of the Humboldt, in the State of Nevada, and to secure to the Government the use of the same for postal, military, and other purposes.—[By Mr. Mallary.] Referred, 605; reported and recommitted, 733. H. R. No. 460– To authorize the Secretary of the Troasury to establish ports of . . delivery.—[By Mr. Pike..] ... , * - Referred, 635. - - - H. R. No. 461– - - - Making an appropriation for rebuilding the United States military asylum at Togus, Maine.—[By Mr. Blaine.] - Referred, 685. . H. R. No. 462– Providing for the payment of certain naval pensions out of the o fund.—[By Mr. Perham.] , 635. .
Granting a pension to Charles Maus, of Lewisburg, Pennsylvania,
railroad at or near the State line between Pennsylvania and
Further extending the provisions of the pension kaws—[By Mr.
Requiring the War Department to pay to veteran volunteers their ?”; in accordance with General Orders Nos.191 and 216
Reported and recommitted, 601
District of Columbia, to connect with the Northern Central
- To amend an act entitled “An act extending the jurisdiction of the districteourts to certain cases upon the lakes and navigable waters connecting the same,” approved February 26, 1845.[By Mr. Judd.] * - -Referred, 636. • * , * -- - H. R. No. 479– ... o. o. To pay officers, musicians, and privates for horses lost in the service, not killed in battle.—[By Mr. Bromwell.] . Referred, 636. --- H. R. No. 480– --- ow on In relation to the pay of grand and petit jurors in the District of §."o. Mr. Ingersoll.] . . . .i. Referred, 636; reported and passed, 2163; indefinitely postponed by Senate, 4.175. . o In Senate: Received from House, 21.40; referred, 2176; referred . 3213; reported adversely and indefinitely postponed, - --H.R. No. 481– In relation to idiots, lunatics, and habitual drunkards: in the
Territories which mo id ll for the b
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| proceedings and the distribution of prize money.”—[By Mr.
| Supplementary to an act entitled “An act to regulato prize .
Referred, 638; reported and recommitted, 3618; motion to reconsider, 3618. - - - H. R. No. 502– , , . . . .
* To incorporate the congregation of the First Presbyterian church
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Referred, 693; reported, 801; discussed, 801; passed, 808; o passed Senate,986. d .*.*. In Senate: Received from House, 789; referred, 815; reporte
and passed, 921; enrolled, 959.
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H. R. No. 518–
8836; disagreed to, 3693; conference, 8694, 3732; conference
repot,3937; agreed to by Senate, 8028; by House, 3987;
H. R. No. 525– Grantingapension to J.T. Hallett.—[By Mr. Trimble, of Kentucky.] o and passed, 736; passed Senate with amendments, 3336; disagreed to, 3692; conference, 3692, 3732; conference report, 3938; agreed to by Senate, 3928; by House, 3938; enrolled, $981; approved, 4255. In Senate: Received from House, 731; referred, 764; reported, 1404; passed with amendments, 3319; conference, 3688; conference report, 3857; concurred in by Senate, 8857; by House, 3954; enrolled, 3958. H. R. No. 526— Increasing the pension of Susan A. Mitchell.—[By Mr. Perham.] Reported and passed, 786; passed Senate, 3336; enrolled, 3375; approved, 3731. In Senate: Received from House, 781; referred, 764; reported, 1811; passed, 3317; enrolled, 3359. H. R. No. 527– To make partial compensation for expenses incurred in the rosecution of the war by providing for the taxation of national nds:-[By Mr. Benton.] Referred, 778. H. R. No. 528– Granting a pension to Margaret Lewis.-[By Mr. Hotchkiss.] Referred, 778. H. R. No. 529– Granting a pension to Sarah E. Pickell, widow of the late Colonel John Pickell.—[By Mr. Kelsey.] Referred, 778. H. R. No. 580– Granting a right of way to the Whitehall and Plattsburg Railway Company.—[By Mr. Ferriss.] Referred, 778. H. R. No. 531– For the relief of Thomas J. Cantwell.—[By Mr. Humphrey.] Referred, 778. H. R. No. 582– For the relief of Jacob Fox. —[By Mr. Humphrey.] Referred, 778. H. R. No. 533– For the relief of Charles O. Connor.—[By Mr. Humphrey.] Referred, 778. H. R. No. 534– Making a grant of land to the Midland Pacific Railway Company, to aid in the construction of a certain railroad in Nebraska.-[By Mr. Van Wyck.] Referred, 778. H. R. No. 535– To prohibit assessors and collectors of United States revenue and their *::::::: from being interested directly or indirectly in #: four for a violation of the revenue laws.-[By Mr. atter". Referred, 778. H. R. No. 536– For the establishment of a post route from Damascus, via West Damascus and New Albany, to Philadelphia.-[By Mr. Van Auken.] Referred,778. H. R. No. 537– To o the appointment of Government agents.-[By Mr. €rs. Referred, 779. H. R. No. 538– To extend the boundaries of the collection district of Philadelphia foo #2 include the whole consolidated city of Philadelphia[By Mr. O'Neill.] Referred, 779; reported and passed, 3684; passed Senate with *mendmeno.3371; concurred in, 3310; enrolled, 8327; approved, 8782. *śates Received from House, 2627; referred,2628; reported, 2856; passed with amendment, 3241; concurred in by House, 8816; enrolled, 3321. H. R. No. 539– For the relief of J. W. Waterson.—[By Mr. Buckland.] Referred, 779. - H. # No. 540– *Posidotemporary governmentforthe Territory of Wyoming.— [By Mr. Ashley, of Ohio.j ry Referred, 779. H. R. No. 541– *** appropriation for the service of the Columbia Institution for the Instruction of the Deaf and Dumb, and establishing additional regulations for the government of the institution.[By Mr. Spalding.j -- . *"...To reported, 1040; minority report, 2400; called lo,3883; discussed, 4055; report, 3056; discussed, 4042, * passed, 4082; passed senate with amendments, 4802;
H. R. No. 541—Continued. * : * r| referred, 4341; reported, 4372; discussed, 4372; conference, 4882, 4383; conference report, 4489; agreed to by Senate, 4489; by House, 4489; enrolled, 4495; approved, 4500. In Senate: Received from House,4080; referred, 4092; reported, 4146; passed with amendments and title amended, 4270, 4271; agreed to by House with amendments, 4852; conference, 4352,4358, 4365; conference report, 4453; concurred in by Senate, 4458; by House, 4454; enrolled, 4501. H. R. No. 542– To establish a uniform currency, provide for the management and liquidation of the national debt.—[By Mr. Cary.] II Referred, 779; called up, 3885; laid aside, 3885. H. R. No. 543– . For the relief of the trustees of Lagrange College, Tennessee.— [By Mr. Nunn.] 2 Referred, 779. * H. R. No. 544– For the relief of Arthur Orr, Bryant N. Lanham, and Samuel J. Smith-[By Mr. Hunter.] Referred, 779. H.R. No. 545– For the relief of Thomas W. Gaff, Thomas Gaff, and M. D. Stockman.—[By Mr. Holman.] Referred, 779. H.R. No. 546– For the relief of Mrs. Minne Hess, of Scott county, Illinois.[By Mr. Burr.] Referred, 779. H.R. No. 547– To amend an act entitled “An act to provide a national currency to: the pledge of United States stocks, and to provide othecirculation and redemption thereof,” approved February 25, 1868. HBy Mr. Cook.] - Referred, 779. -- *. it. No. 548– * * *
H. R. No. 556–
ewcomb. Referred, 780. H. R. No. 564– Making all purchases, sales, or conversions of United States loans and bonds open to public competition.-[By Mr. Randall.] Referred, 780.
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H. R. No. 569– Allowing merchandise to be withdrawn from warehouse at Indianola and to be transported in bond to San Antonio, Texas–LBy Mr. Eliot..] ... . . ..., , , , , , , - - - - - Referred, 780. *** * * * * ~ * o H. R. No. 570— *Providing for bounties to the w - soldiers who were killed or Perham.] Referred, 780. H. R. No. 571– - "To prevent or. of offenses against the revenue laws and making such compromises felonious.-[By Mr. Coburn.] Réferred, 780. H. R. No. 572– - - - . . . Töprovide for the office of President of the United States in case of the expiration, before the next presidential election, of the term of service of the United States Senator acting, as President.—[By Mr. Coburn.] . Referred, 780. T : * * * H. R. No. 573– For the better organization of the district court of States within the State of Louisiana.-[By Mr. **t, * *** **i. o, ... ." - “L- : In -
a post road from Rolla, in the State of the state of Arkansas.--LBy Mr.
co"... of off. Hooper, of Massachusetts.] Referred, 780. - - - - ------
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H. R. No. 581- -
washington Coöperative Association in the By Mr. Halsey.]
[By Mr. Windom.] H Referred, 780; reported adversely, 1998. - i. H. R. No. 582- -, To grant a pension to Flora Meigs.-[By Mr. Humphreys.] Referred, 780. H. R. No. 583– for the relief of the legal representatives of Gustavus B. Horner, deceased.-LBy Mr. Randall.] Referred, 780. H. R. No. 584– Concerning the rights of American citizens in foreign States.[By Mr. Banks.] o Reported and recommitted, 783; reported and discussed, 831,
$65,967, 986, 1012, 1098, 1127, referred, 1160.
H. R. No. 585–
1156; bill and amendments
amount of $45,000,000.-[By Mr. ngersoll.] Referred, 784; printed, 888. H. R. No. 586– - to provide for a bureau of oil service at Washington, in the
District of Columbia. Mr. Logan. Referred, 806. —[By gan.]
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to take possession of the bar known as Pass” L’Outre, at the entrance of the Mississippi river, and to construct a canal without any expense to the Government.-[By Mr. ol. Referred, 851: reported and recommitted, 23333 reported an recommitted, 2542; (see bill H. R. No. 1102.)
Making appropriation: for the legislative, executive, and judicial expenses of the Government for the year ending the 30th of joie, 1869.-[By Mr. Stevens, of Pennsylvania.) Reported and recommitted, 865.
To continue the Bureau for the Relief of Freedmen and Refugees.-[By Mr. #or -: Reported and roommitted, 890; substito reported, 1793; iscussed, 1813, 1934, 1998; passed, 1998; passed Senate; with amendment, 8080; concurred in, 3310; enrolled, 3327; - not returned, become a law, 3928. In Senate: Received ...' fose, 1992; referred, 1993: o reported, 2274; discussed, 2769, 3053: o wit amendments, 3058; concurred in by House, 8616; enrolled, 3321. H. R. No. 599- - --- * Making appropriations foothop ort of the Military Academy of the fiscal year ending the sh of Juné, 1863–LBy Mr. Washburne, of o Reported, 891; discussed, 992, 1019, 1920; passed, 1922; passed Senate with amendments, 1540; concurreditiby House, 1540; enrolled, 1610; not returned, become a law; 1900. In Senate: Received from House, 1006; referred, 101li reported, 1287; discussed, 1497; passed,” amendments, ios; agreed to by House, 1515; enrolled, 1624. H. R. No. 600– o Establishing a post route.oro Macon city to Clifton, in the State of Missouri.-[By Mr. Benjamin.]o Referred, 891. --
H. R. No. 601–
Making appropriations for the naval service for the Year ending joine 30, 1869.-[By Mr. Washbono of #:
Reported, 899; discussed, 1319, 1327, 1829: 1420, 1421; passed, 1424; passed Senate with amendments, 2289; referred, 2287;
reported, 2335; discussed, 233; ; onference, 2337,238% conference report, 3034; agreed to by Senate, 3034; wored to by House, 3034; enrolled, 3073.
In Senate: Received from House, 1431; referred, 1442; report* 2088; discussed, 2149,2244. 2267; passed with amendments, 2274; conference, 2348,2786; conference report, ; concurred in by Senate, 2008; good in by House, 80°: enrolled, 3077.