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R. No. 932–
H. for shorelief of the heirs of Sarah Smith-sby Mr. Smith.]
Referred, 1900; committee discharged, referred anew, 2310.
H. R. No. 933–
To repeal an act entitled “An act to create the eastern judicial
district of the State of New York,” approved on the 25th day
of April, 1865, and to make provision for the trial of causes
pending in said district.—[By Mr. Hulburd.]
Referred, 1901.

H. R. No. 934– Amendatory of the act entitled “An act to secure homesteads to actual settlers on o: domain,” approved May 20, 1862, and of the acts amendatory thereof, approved March 21, 1864, and January 21, 1866.-[By Mr. Julian.] Reported and recommitted, 1960; reported, 2628; passed, 2629. In Senate: Received from House, 2857; referred, 2860. H. R. No. 935– To admit the State of Alabama to representation in Congress.[By Mr. Farnsworth.] Reported and recommitted, 1972; bill H. R. No. 970 reported as substitute, 2137. H.R. No. 936– For the regulation of labor in the navy-yards of the United States and compensation thereof—[By o: Banks.] Referred, 1993. H. R. No. 937– To authorize the construction of a railroad and telegraph line from New Orleans, in the State of Louisiana, to §. in the State of Alabama, and to secure to the Government the use of the same as a military and post road.—[By Mr. Dawes.] Referred, 1993; reported, 2974; discussed, 2974. H.R. No. 938–

To authorize the sale of twenty acres of the land of the military reservation at Fort Leavenworth, Kansas.-[By Mr. Clarke, of Kansas.] Referred, 1993; reported and discussed, 2680; passed, 2681; passed Senate, 4002; enrolled, 4014; approved, 4255. In Senate: Received from House, 2690; referred, 2701; reported, 3988; passed, 3984; enrolled, 3986. H. R. No. 939– To provide for an American line of mail and emigrant passenger steamships between New York and one or more European ports—[By Mr. Hill.] Referred, 2.2; reported and recommitted, 2757; substitute Forted, 2976; discussed, 8031; passed, 3034; passed Senate with amendments, 4880; conference, 4390, 4396, 4430; confer. . report, 4467; agreed to, 4467; approved, 4498. "...o. Received from House and referred, 3058; reported, 40; laid over, 3709; discussed, 4071, 4346; passed with amendments, 4848; conference, 4400, 4403; conference *Port, 4404; concurred in, 4404; enrolled, 4451. H. R. No.940– * bounties of soldiers, sailors, and marines who served o elate warfor the Union.—[By #. Washburn, of Indiana.] ‘ported and recommitted, 2023. * . H. R. No. 941– To amend o in relation to the Navy and Marine corps.Reported and recommitted 2 - ; 2022; reported, 2323; passed, 2624; o: * ;) passed Senate with amendments, In No. rviv. o o from House, 2329;, referred, 2329 ; 3986 fol. recommitted,8767; reported, 3857; discussed, ine, food with amendments, 4070; disagreed to by H. R. Nool

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H. R. No. 946– To authorize the building of a railroad bridge across the Hudson river, New York, at some crossing between Caldwell's Landin and Buttermilk Falls, in the highlands.-[By Mr. Butler, f Massachusetts.] Referred, 2069. H. R. No. 947– To provide for the examination of masters and mates in the merchant service, and to encourage the establishment of public marine schools.-[By Mr. o Referred, 2069. H. R. No. 948– To regulate the civil service of the United States and to promote the efficiency thereof—[By Mr. Jenckes.] Referred, 2069; reported, 2466; discussed, 2466; recommitted, 2470; report printed, 2571; motion to make special order, 3766, 4002, 4003. H. R. No. 949– To authorize the building of a railroad bridge across the Connecticut river, Connecticut, crossing at Middletown and Portland.[By Mr. Hotchkiss.] Referred, 2069. H. R. No. 950– Regulating the trial of causes in the United States court for the western district of Pennsylvania.-[By Mr. Miller.] Referred, 2069. H. R. No. 951— For the relief of Samuel Healy, late lieutenant fifty-sixth Pennsylvania volunteers.-[By Mr. Woodward.] Referred, 2069.

H. R. No. 952–
For the relief of Margaret Nyce.—[By Mr. Buckland.]
Referred, 2069.

H. R. No. 953–
To encourage eommerce and internal trade by facilitating direct
importations.—[By Mr. Grover.]
Referred, 2070.
H. R. No. 954—
For the relief of William Howard.—[By Mr. Coburn.]
Referred, 2070.
H. R. No. 955–
For the relief of David D. Negley, late captain of company C,
one hundred and twenty-fourth regiment Indiana volunteer
infantry.—[By Mr. Coburn.]
Referred, 2070.
H. R. No. 956–
In relation to the rank of military officers appointed under act of
July 28, 1866.-[By Mr. Cullom.]
Referred, 2070.
H. R. No. 957–
To amend an act entitled “An act to establish a uniform system
of bankruptcy o the United States,” approved
March 2, 1867.-[By Mr. Anderson.]
Referred, 2070.
H. R. No. 958–
For the relief of Orlena Walters.—[By Mr. Gravely.]
Referred, 2070.
H. R. No. 959–
For the relief of Nancy Cox, widow of Jesse N. Cox; late of the
seventy-second enrolled Missouri militia.-[By Mr. Gravely.]
Referred, 2070.
H. R. No. 960– - - - -
Granting lands to the State of Wisconsin to aid in the construction,
of a breakwater and harbor and ship-canal at the head of
Sturgeon bay, in said State.—[By Mr. Sawyer.]
Referred, 2070.

H. R. No. 961– - - - -
Making an appropriation for the improvement of the Mississippi
river between the mouth of the Minnesota river and St.
Anthony's Falls.-[By Mr. Washburn, of Wisconsin.]
Referred, 2070.
H. R. No. 962– -
For the relief of Thomas W. Ward.—[By Mr. Eliot.]
Referred, 2070.
H. R. No. 963– - -
Appropriating money for the construction of a bridge across the
Mississippi river at Rock Island.—[By Mr. Price.]
Referred, 2070.
H. R. No. 964–
To establish a mail route from Rockingham to Waterloo.—[By
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To amend the revenue laws—[By Mr. Cullon.]
Referred, 2072.

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To provide for a temporary and provisional government for Alabama.-[By Mr. Farnsworth.] Reported as substitute for bill, (H. R. No. 935,) 2137; discussed, 2137, 2148, 2105, 2103, 2199, 2204, 2207; passed, title amended, 2217; indefinitely postponed by Senate, 3266. In Senate: Received from House, 2217; referred, 2221; indefinitely postponed, 3213. H. R. No. 971– For the relief of Robert C. Horn.-[By Mr. Coburn.] Referred, 2143. H. * No. 972– - or the relief of Helen L. Wolf-s By Mr. Pomeroy. Referred, 2143. [By v.] H. R. No. 973– For the relief of Samuel Farnsworth.-[By Mr. Pomeroy.] Referred, 2143. H. R. No. 974–

Establishing a post route from Montgomery Station, by way of
Mount Zion, to Elemsport, in Lycoming county, Pennsyl-
vania.- By Mr. Miller.]
Referred, 2105.

II. R. No. 975–

Making agricultural and mechanical college scrip receivable in payment of prečmption claims.-[By Mr. Taffe.] Referred, 2165. H. R. No. 976–

Amendatory of an act entitled “An act making appropriations for the naval service for the year 1863,” approved July 14, 1862.[By Mr. Van Horn, of Missouri.] Referred, 2103. H. R. No. 977–

To amend an act entitled “An act to reorganize the Navy Depart

ment of the United States,” approved July 5, 1862.--[By Mr. Van Horn, of Missouri.] Referred, 2.193. H. R. No. 978– To equalize the grade of staff corps of the Navy.—[By Mr. Pike.] Referred, 2.193. H. R. No. 979– For the relief of Miss Sue Murphey, of Decatur, Alabama.-[By Mr. Maynard.] Referred, 2207. H. R. No. 980– To authorize the building of a railroad from Washington city, 1)istrict of Columbia, to the Schuylkill river, Schuylkill county, Pennsylvania.--LBy Mr. Cake.] Referred, 2207. H. R. No. 981– Relating to third assistant engineers in the Naval Academy.—[By Mr. Eliot.] Referred, 2224. H. R. No. 982— To amend an act entitled “An act relative to the election of the President and Vice President of the United States, and declaring the officer who shall act as President in case of vacancies in the office both of President and Vice President,” approved March 1, 1792.-[By Mr. Churchill.] Referred, 2224. H. R. No. 983— Supplementary to the several acts relating to pensions.—[By Mr. Churchill.] Referred, 2225. H. R. No. 984– Autog the district court of the United States to be held at Fort Wayne, Indiana.-[By Mr. Shanks.]

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o H.R. No. 1007– To amend an act entitled “An act concerning the registering and recording of ships or vessels,” approved December 30, 1792.”—[By Mr. Lynch.] Referred, 2291. H.R. No. 1008– To establish a post route from Plainfield to Smootsdell, Indiana.[By Mr. Coburn.] Referred, 2291. H. R. No. 1009– To amend the law of the District of Columbia in relation to judicial proceedings therein.—[By Mr. Welker.] Referred, 2291. H. R. No. 1010– Relating to pensions.—[By Mr. Perham.] Reported and recommitted, 2297; reported and discussed, 2814; passed, 2876: passed Senate with amendments, 4258; conference, 4340, 4375; conference, report, 4474; agreed to §o 4472; by House, 4474; enrolled, 4495; approved,

In Senate:Received from House, 2001; referred, 2904; reported, 8146; discussed, 4228; passed with amendments, 4230; onference, 4321; conference report, 4403; concurred in by

Senate, 4403; by House, 4501; enrolled, 4501.

H. R. No. 1011–

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4454. . R. No. 1022– Amendatory of the tenth section of the act of July 25, 1866, entitled “An act to further provide for the safety of the lives of passengers on board of vessels propelled in whole or in part by steam, and to regulate the salaries of steamboat inspectors.”—[By Mr. Johnson.] Referred, 2320. . R. No. 1023– To amend certain acts in relation to the Navy and Marine corps. [By Mr. Pike.] Reported, 2323; passed, 2324; passed Senate with amendments, 4088; referred, 4340. In Senate: Received from House, 2329; referred, 2329; reported, 3671; recommitted, 3767; reported, 3857; discussed, 3896, 4069; passed with amendments, 4070. R. No. 1024–

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To authorize the construction of a bridge over Black river, in Loraine county, Ohio.—[By Mr. #. Referred, 2331; reported and passed, 3556; passed Senate, 3705; enrolled, 37.22; approved, 3809. In Senate: Received from House, 3551; referred, 3552; passed, 3672; enrolled, 3715.

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Extending bounties to certain soldiers who were discharged on account of disability incurred while in the service of the United States.—[By Mr. Niblack.] o Referred, 2331.

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To repeal a portion of an act entitled “An act to revive and extend . provisions of an act granting the right of way and o a grant of land to the States of Arkansas and Missouri to ai in the construction of a railroad from the Mississippi river to the Texas boundary, in Arkansas.”—[By Mr. Eckley.] Referred, 2331; reported, 2457.

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To admit the State of South Carolina to representation in
Congress.-[By Mr. Paiue.]
Referred, 2332. .

. R. No. 1031–

To admit the State of North Carolina to representation in Congress.-[By Mr. Paine.] Referred, 2332. R. No. 1032– To admit the State of Louisiana to representation in Congress.[By Mr. Paine.] Referred, 2332.

. R. No. 1033— For the relief of Thomas McLean.—[By Mr. Eldridge.] Referred, 2332; reported, 2895; passed, 2005; passed Senate, 2976; enrolled, 2977; approved, 3068. In Senate: Received from #. 2004; referred, 2004; reported and passed, 2959; enrolled, 2963. . R. No. 1034– Granting a pension to Mrs. Kezie Holman.-[By Mr. Garfield.] Referred, 2349. . R. No. 1035–

To authorize the Manufacturers' National Bank of New York to change its .*.*. Mr. Hill.] Referred, 2362; reported and passed, 3327; indefinitely postponed by Senate, 3585. In Senate: Received from House, 3324; referred,8847; reported adversely and indefinitely postponed, 8504.

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To amend the sixth section of the act of July 4, 1864, on the subject of pensions, so as to authorize pensions to be granted in certain cases from the date of the discharge or death of the soldier.—[By Mr. Kerr.] Referred, 2362.

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To admit the State of Arkansas to representation in Congress.[By Mr. Stevens, of Pennsylvania.] Reported and recommitted, 2375; reported, 2390; discussed, 2390; passed, 2399; votes, 2401, 24.12, 2498; passed Senate with amendments, 2773; referred, 2776; reported, 2811; report not received, 2812; non-concurrence reported, 2836; conference, 2836, 2876; conference report, 2921; agreed to by Senate, 2010; agreed to by House, 2937, 2938; enrolled, 2943; vetoed, 3330; passed over veto, 3331; passed Senate o: veto, 3381; votes, 3397; presented to Secretary of State, In Senate : Received from House and printed, 2417; discussed, 2486; referred. 2440; reported, 2487; discussed, 2517, 2561, 2000, 2628, 2659, 2590,2736; passed with amendments, 27.50; conference, 2858; conference report, 2901, 2904; concurred in by Senate, 2004; concurred in by House, 2925; enrolled, 2927; vetoed, 3324; passed House over veto, 3324; veto message, 3325; discussed, 3361. H. R. No. 1040–

To provide for an American line of mail and passenger steamships

between Philadelphia and one or more European ports.-(By Mr. O'Neill.] pean p [

Referred, 2380; reported, 2011. H. R. No. 1041–

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To admit the State of South Carolina to representation in
Congress.-[By Mr. Paine.]
Reported and recommitted, 23.99.
H. R. No. 1045–

Making appropriations to supply deficiencies in appropriations for the execution of the reconstruction laws in the third military district for the fiscal year ending the 30th of June, 1868.-[By Mr. Washburne, of Illinois.] Reported, 2400; discussed, 2411; passed, 2412; passed Senate, 2532; enrolled, 2535; not returned, become a law, 2776. In Senate : Received from House and referred, 2417; reported, 2435; passed, 2500; enrolled, 2518. H. R. No. 1046– Making appropriations for the repair, preservation, and completion of certain public works.-[By Mr. Eliot.) Referred, 2406; reported, 2611 ; notice, 2957, 3171; discussed, 3202; postponed, 3271; discussed, 3556, 3563, 3590, 3595, 3596, 3597, 3614; passed, 3615. In Senate: Reccived from House, 3630; amendment, 3767. H. R. No. 1047–

To fix the compensation of certain consular officers, to provide for their supervision and the verification of their accounts, and to prohibit their collection of fees not authorized by law.—[By Mr. Kelsey.] Read, 2406. H. R. No. 1048–

For payment to Justin A. Goodhue, compan
hio volunteer infantry.—[By Mr. Beatty.
Referred, 2406.
H. R. No. 1049–
For the relief of the president and directors of the Terre Haute-

and Richmond Railroad Company.—[By Mr. Washburn, of
Indiana.]

Referred, 2406. H. R. No. 1050–

Providing for the appointment of an inspector of cavalry United
States Army.—[By Mr. Pile.]
Referred, 2406.

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EI. # No. 1051– ogrant certain islands to the State of Wisconsin as swampl & [By Mr. Hopkins.] plands. Referred, 2406; reported, 2005; passed, 2006. In Senate: Iłeceived from House, 2904; referred, 2004. H. R. No. 1052– Amendatory of an act entitled “An act granting public lands to the State of Wisconsin to aid in the construction of railroads in said State,” approved June 3, 1856.-[By Mr. Hopkins.] Referred, 2406; reported and passed, 2005; passed Senate, 4488; enrolled, 4495; approved, 4500. In Senate: Received from House, 2004; referred, 2004; reported, 3983; passed, 4451, 4452; enrolled, 4501. H. R. No. 1053– - To finally settle the title to Mexican land grants in the California.-[By Mr. Johnson.] Referred, 2406. H. R. No. 1054–

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H. R. No. 1063– -
For the relief of Henry Barrieklow.—[By Mr. Holman.]
Referred, 2441; reported and passed, 2540.
In Senate: Received from House, 2545; referred, 2548.
H. R. No. 1064–
To extend the limits of certainland grantsin Iowa and Minnesota.-
[By Mr. Donnelly.]
Referred, 2456.
H.R. No. 1065–
To establish a post road.—[By Mr. Van Auken.]
Referred, 2457. -
H. R. No. 1066–
To establish post routes in Ohio.—[By Mr. Beatty.]
Referred, 2457.
H. R. No. 1067– -
To establish telegraphic communication between military posts,
and for the construction of a telegraph line to Puget sound.—
[By Mr. Pile.]
Referred, 2457.
H.R. No. 1058–
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For the relief of Charles B. Tanner, late first lieutenant sixty-ninth Pennsylvania volunteers.-[By Mr. Cobb.] *posed and passed, 2459; passed Senate, 3761; enrolled, 8804; approved, 4004. In Senate: Received from House and referred, 2488; reported, *115; passed, 8720; enrolled, 8770. H. o No. 1070– ortherelief.of JamesR - - - - - [By Mr. ; ock, of Saginaw, in the State of Michigan. Reported, 2460; passed, 2461. In Senate: Received from House and referred, 2488. H. R. No. 1071–

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H. R. No. 1078– To grant a pension to the esentatives of Agatha Huber, deceased.—[By Mr. Humphrey.] Referred, 2500. H. o, No. 1079– o grant a pension to Stephen F. Carver.—[By Mr. Humphrey. o 2500. p [By phrey.] H. R. No. 1080– For the relief of Edward B. Allen.—[By Mr. Washburn, of Indiana.] Reported, 2500; passed, 2501; passed Senate, 3974; enrolled, 4002; approved, 4255. In Senate; Received from House, 2505; referred, 2506; reported adversely, 3671; called up, 3956; passed, 3957. H. R. No. 1081– For the relief of John A. Neustaedter.—[By Mr. Pile.] Reported, 2501; discussed, 2501, 2676; passed, 2677; passed Senate, 4216; approved, 4255. In Senate: Received from House, 2690; referred, 2701; o anew, 2759; reported, 4146; passed, 4160; enrolled, 0. H. R. No. 1082– Construing an act for the collection of abandoned property and for the prevention of frauds in insurrectionary districts in the United States, approved March 12, 1863.−[By Mr. Poland.] Referred, 2526. H. R. No. 1083– For the construction of a Government telegraph, under the direction of the Post Office Department, between New York and Washington.—[By Mr. Washburne, of Illinois.] Referred, 2526. H. R. No. 1084– To establish a post route from Iconium to Unionville, in the State of Iowa.-[By Mr. Loughridge.] Referred, 2526, H. R. No. 1085– To amend an act entitled “An act to aid in the construction of certain railroads in the State of Wisconsin,” approved May 5, 1864.—[By Mr. Washburn, of Wisconsin.] Referred, 2526. H. R. No. 1086– To amend an act entitled “An act for a grant of lands to the State of Iowa in alternate sections to aid in the construction of a railroad in said State,” approved May 12, 1864.—[By Mr. Hopkins.] Referred, 2527. H. R. No. 1087– To grant lands to aid in the construction of a railroad from the Mississippi river to Yancton, on the Missouri river, and to amend an act entitled “An act for a grant of lands to the State of Iowa in alternate sections to aid in the construction of a railroad in said State,” approved May 12, 1864.—[By Mr. Hopkins.] Referred, 2527.

H. R. No. 1088–
Amendatory of an act entitled “An act to secure homesteads to
actual settlers on the public domain,” approved May, 20,
1862, and the acts amendatory thereof, approved March 21,
1864, and June 21, 1866.-[By Mr. Donnelly.]
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H. R. No. 1089–
For the relief of the inhabitants of towns and villages in the
Territories of New Mexico and Arizona who settled upon
public land.—[By Mr. Clever.]
Referred, 2527.
H. R. No. 1090–
To establish certain post offices and post roads in the Territory of
New §."{}. Mr. Clever.
Referred, 2527.

H. R. No. 1091–
For the relief of the legal representatives of Major John A. Whitall,
late paymaster in the United States Army, on account of lost
or stolen vouchers.-[By Mr. Clever.]
Referred, 2527.
H. R. No. 1092— -
For the right of way and a grant of land to aid in the construction
of a railroad and telegraph line from Denver, in the Territory
of Colorado, to Santa Fé, in the Territory of New Mexico.-
[By Mr. Chilcott.] -
Referred, 2527. .
H. R. No. 1093–
for the relief of Sarah E. Herring.—[By Mr. Anderson.]
Referred, 2527.
H. R. No. 1094–
Granting a pension to Dean Addison Wills.-[By Mr. Holman.]

Referred, 2527.

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