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use,4031; referred, 4031; reported, dments, 4159; conference, 4321; oncurred in, 4404; by House, 4400;

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Referred, 2569.

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To provide for annexing certain territory to the Territory of New Mexico.—[By Mr. Julian.] Referred, 2569. H. R. No. 1115– For the relief of Samuel Hyer, of Rolla, Missouri.-[By Mr. Pile.] Referred, 2569. H. R. No. 1116– - Authorizing the nationalization of certain steamships.-[By Mr.

Pile. Referred, 2569. * H. R. No. 1117– - - - - - supply partial deficiencies in the appropriation; o; the service To of *. fiscal year ending on the 80th June, 1868.-[By Mr. Washburne, of Illinois.) Discussed, ###". 2373; passed Sennte with *. 2810; referred, 2812; reported and concurred lil *:::. ment, 2828; agreed to by Senate, 2879; enrolled, : roved, 2937. *** I.". Received from House, 2566; referred, 2569; o 27:27; discussed, 2770; passed with amendments, #i concurred in by House with amendment, 2857; concu in by Senate, 2860; enrolled, 2901. H. *... J. M. Hutchings and J.C. Lamon o; claims in the Yosemite valley. Californio`s}} * o joi. Reported and recommitted, 2585; reported, 2819; po reported In Senate: Received from House, 2857; referred, 2860; rep adversely, 4346. . 1119– - - H. o registration or enrollment of certain foreign vessels. [By Mr. Eliot. 2: o 2612; passed Senate, 3974; enrolled, 4002;

, 4255. *-non losio from House, 2000; referred,”; reported, 3767; passed, 3954; enrolled, 3938. H. R. No. 1120– he To authorize t of certain vessels.-[By Mr. Eliot.] on 1 : enrolled, 3299; Reported and passed, 2012; passed Senate, 3271; enrolled, red, 3731. - • *r-j . ad Io. Rowed from House, 2600; referred, 2622; report* 2856; passed, 3242; enrolled, 3279. . R. No. 1121– - a - H To prevent an propriation therein ecause of delay in adjustment.Referred, 2621; reported and passo In Senate: Received from House, 2867; H. R. No. 1122– - - ine. on true certain laws relating to pensions.-[* Mr. Paine.] Referred, 2633. H. R. No. 1123– --- Rae – To construe the law granting additional bounties. [By Mr Paine.] Referred, 2633. o H. R. No. 1124– To provide for the removal of certain suits from he *::::: to the circuit court of the United States.—[By Mr. I* Referred, 2633. H. R. No. 1125– To authorize James M. Warren to transfer or locate a “*

military land warrant therein named.—[By Mr. Raum.] Referred, 2634.

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Secretary of the Treasury to change the names

mentioned from lapsing By Mr. Thomas.] , 2828. referred, 2860.

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infantry.—[By Mr. Dodge.] Reported and passed, 2689. In Senate: Received from House, 2690; referred, 2701; referred anew, 2759. H.R. No. 1131– Regulating judicial proceedings in certain cases for the protection of officers and agents of the Government, and for the better defense of the Treasury against unlawful claims.-[By Mr. Butler, of Massachusetts.] . Referred, 2750; reported, 3620; passed, 3655; passed Senate with amendments, 4476; agreed to, 4478; enrolled, 4495; approved, 4500. In Senate: Received from House, 3645; referred, 3645; reported, 4439; passed with amendments, 4449; agreed to by House, 4451; enrolled, 4501. H.R. No. 1132– To authorize the construction of a railroad and telegraph line from the city of Washington, District of Columbia, to the city of Cleveland, in the State of Ohio, by the nearest direct line.— [By Mr. Getz.] Referred, 2750. H. # o 1133– or the relief of Mrs. Mary Jackson.—s By Mr. Welker. Referred, 2750. y [By l H. R. No. 1134— To construct a road to the national cemetery of West Tennessee.— [By Mr. Nunn.] Referred, 2750. H. R. No. 1185– Extending the Portage lake and Lake Superior ship-canal, to Keweenaw bay, providing for the right of way, and making a

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To Anthorize front proprietors on the Menomonee river, in
* o o % have a survey and enter the fast
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Referred, 2750. [By Mr. Sawyer.]
HR No. 1137–
To ". * citizens of Mississippi of disabilities.—[By Mr.
Referred, 2750.

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To grant an additional bounty to Jacob Levit, of Milwaukee, in

the State of Wi in — Referred, ; Visconsin. [By Mr. Paine.]

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To o: the direction of the Secretary of State, agencies o ritain, Germany, Sweden, and Norway, for the promo: Roo. o to the United States.—[By Mr. Donnelly.]

and o R. No. 1855) reported as substitute H.R. No. 1140– , 8782; committee discharged, 3732.

Grant - - - -
o: to aid, in the construction of a railroad and
é. ph, line from Irving, Kansas, to Albuquerque and Santa

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Bell.—[By Mr. Hubbard, of West Virginia.]

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ommissioner of Public Buildings, and vesting the care and custody of the same in a superintendent appointed by the on Committee on Public Buildings and 3.:*E. Mr. Ashley, of Ohio.] Referred, 2750.

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In addition to an act passed March 26, 1804, entitled “An act in
addition to an act for the punishment of certain criunes against
the United States.”—[By Mr Dawes.]
Referred, 2750.

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For the improvement of the Washington canal.-[By Mr.
Ingersoll.]
Referred, 2750.

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For the relief Lewis J. Cardiff, of St. Francis county, Missouri.-
[By Mr. McCormick.]
Referred, 2750.

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To restore the Bureau of Indian Affairs to the Department of
War.—[By Mr. Garfield.]
Referred, 2756.

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To aid in the construction of the Sutro canal.—[By Mr. Ashley, of Nevada.] Reported and recommitted, 28.12. R. No. 1154– Granting lands to the Territory of Dakota in aid of the Sioux City and Pacific Railroad Company.—[By Mr. Donnelly.] Reported and recommitted, 2818.

. R. No. 1155–

Declaring the lands constituting the Fort Jessup military reservation,

in the State of Louisiana, subject to homestead entry and settlement.—[By Mr. Julian. Reported and recommitted, 2813.

. R. No. 1150–

Authorizing the Commissioner of the General, Land. Office to
issue a patent to F. N. Blake for one hundred and sixty acros
of land in Kansas.-[By Mr. Driggs.]
Reported and passed, 2829; passed Senate, 8852; enrolled,
3885; approved, 4004.
In Senate: Received from House, 2857; referred,2860; reported,
2922; passed, 3815; enrolled, 3872.

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To cede to the State of Ohio the unsold lands in the Virginia
military district in said State.-[By lifr. Eckley.]
Reported and passed, 2830.
In Senate: Received from House, 2857; referred, 2860;
reported, 8146.

H. R. No. 1158– for the relief of Commander John L. Davis.-[By Mr. Haight.] Reported and passed, 2878. In Senate. Received from House, 2861; referred, 2861 ; reported, 3539. H. R. No 1159– to erect United States court-rooms, post office, and internal revenue offices in the city of Covington, Kentucky.-[By Mr. Jones, of Kentucky.] Referred, 2874. H. R. No. 1160– To enable the county of Clark, in the Territory of Washington, to provide a fund for extinguishing the indebtedness of said county.—[By Mr. Flanders.] Referred, 2874. H. R. No. 1161– - - To authorize front proprietors on the Menomoneeriver, in Michigan and Wisconsin, as riparian owners, to have surveyed and to enter the fast lands in said river.—[By Mr. Driggs.] Referred, 2876. H. R. No. 1162– To amend the various acts relative to the bonding of imported goods, and to provide for the more speedy payment of duties thereon.—[By Mr. Raum.] o Referred, 2895. - o H. R. No. 1163–

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Granting a pension to Julia A. Barton.-[By Mr. Perham.] Reported and passed, 2008; passed Senate, 4394; enrolled, 4434; approved, 4498. In Senate: [... from House, 2925; referred, 2935; reported, 3814; passed, 4363; enrolled, 4442. H. R. No. 1174–

Granting a pension to Julia Carroll.—[By Mr. Perham.] Reported and passed, 2908; passed Senate, 4395; enrolled, 434; approved, 4498. In Senate: Received from House, 2925; referred, 2935; reported, 3814; passed, 4363; enrolled, 4442. H. R. No. 1175–

Granting a pension to Cornelia Peaslee.—[By Mr. Perham.]
Reported and passed, 2908; passed Senate, 4395; enrolled,
4434; approved, 4498.
In Senate: Received from House, 2925; referred, 2935; reported,

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Granting a pension to Mary Cover, widow of Samuel Cover,
j". Mr. Miller.]
Reported and passed, 2008; passed Senate, 4395; enrolled,
4434; approved, 4498. •
In Senate; Received from House, 2925; referred, 2935; reported,

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Granting a pension to Mary A. Falardo, widow of Onesimus Falardo, late a private of company K, one hundred and twenty-fifth regiment New York volunteers.-[By Mr. Miller.] Reported and passed, 2908; passed Senate, 4895; enrolled, 4434; approved, 4498. In Senate: Received from House, 2925, 2935; reported, 3857; passed, 4364; enrolled, 4443. H. R. No. 1180– Granting a pension to Phoebe. McBride; mother of Thomas McBride, deceased.—[By Mr. Miller.] Reported and o, * passed Senate, 4434: approved, 4498. In Sonate o. from House, 2925; referred, 2935; reported, 8857; passed, 4364; enrolled, 4443. H. R. No. 1181— Granting a pension to Harriet E. Reported and o,” : approved. - * . Lois p jo House, 2925; referred,2085; reported, 3857; passed, 4364; enrolled, 4448.

H. R. No. 1182– - - ivate in company
- ion to William H. Blair, late a private
Gro **i.". regiment of Maine volunteers.-[By Mr.
Road passed, 2009; passed Senate, 4395; enrolled,
- d, 4498. no is .
Ioiofood from House, 2925; referred, 29*; reported,
3857; passed, 4364; enrolled, 4448.
. No. 1183– ivate
H. *ś a pension to Christopher M. Coo"
in the independent Iowa home guards.-[By 395. #la.
Reported, 2900; assed, 2010; passed Senate, 4390 ;
-- - 4498. -
Ijor i. from House, 2925; referred, 2935; reported,
3ši passed, 4364; enrolled, 4449.
. 1184— -
H. "oit a certain post road in Montgomery county,
[By Mr. Stone.]
Referred, 2935.
H. R. No. 1185– - the manner of electing
o, alter the laws of Ohio as to o 'o -
To too. in Congress.-[By Mr. Sheilabarger.]
Referred, 2935.
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H. *No. the charter of the National Capital Insuran
Company.—[By Mr. McClurg.]
Referred, 2935.
*"o Hat of way and
i the r1 o $ra —
*. and iii. Company of New Mexico. [By
Horn, of Missouri.]
Referred, 2935.
- --- . 1188– red
H "... an appropriation for the payment of the o: :
by the President of the United States, in o *
capture of Jefferson Davis.-[By Mr. Upson.
Referred, 2935.
H. R. No. 1189– - ion
Afto: the Secretary of the Treasury to sell at public oe
certain property of the United States at Mackinaw,
State obo. Ferry.]
Referred, 2935.
H. R. No. 1190– -
To regulate trade on our northern frontier, and for other
purposes.—[By Mr. Beaman.]
Referred, 2935.
H. R. No. 1191–

To extend the benefits of the homestead act of March 20, 1%."
minor children of deceased soldiers—[By Mr. Loughridol
Referred, 2936.
H. R. No. 1192– -
For the relief of James A. Ingham.—[By Mr. Loughridge.]
Referred, 2936.
H. R. No. 1193–

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Shears.-[By Mr. Miller.] passed Senate, 4395; enrolled,

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H.R. No. 1195– - - - -
To carry into effect certain treaty stipulations with the Choctaw
nation or tribe of Indians.—[By Mr. Windom.]
Referred, 2936; reported and recommitted, 8761.

. R. No. 1196–
H For relief of Tarr & Kimberland, of Wellsburg, West Virginia.-
[By Mr. Hubbard, of West Virginia.]
Referred, 2936.
H. R. No. 1197–
For the relief of Etta Eva Carleton, Henry Carleton, and Guy
Carleton, minor children of Major General Carleton.—[By
Mr. Clerer.]
Referred, 2936.

H. R. No. 1198–
For the relief of J. T. Turner.—[By Mr. Flanders.]
Referred, 2936,

H. R. No. 1199– To authorize the Secretary of the Treasury to sell the customhouse and grounds at Toledo, Ohio, and to purchase a new site for a custom-house and post office in said city.—[By Mr. Ashley, of Ohio.] Referred, 2936. H.R. No. 1200– T0 o the Washington Gymnastic Association.—[By Mr. 00 Referred, 2936. H. # No. 1201– 0 control bounty claim agents.-[By Mr. Butler, of Massachusetts.] g [By er, of Ma Referred, 2936. H. R. No. 1202– To Pole for the construction of a ship-canal around the Falls of Niagara.-[By Mr. Cook.] Reported, 2943; laid aside, 3887. H.R. No. 1203– Toot two additional States out of the territory of the State of Texas–IBy Mr. Beaman.] * and recommitted, 2971; IR NoTo opio land claims in the State of Missouri.Referred, 2971; reported, 3656; postponed, 3656. H.R. No. 1205–

Tourther amend the postal laws.-[By Mr. Farnsworth.] o and passed, 2973; passed Senate with amendment, *: onference, 4840, 4845; conference report, 4412; 4* 412; agreed to, 4418; enrolled, 4478; approved,

reported and recommitted,

*śived from House, 2963; referred, 2995; reported, in 43 conference, 4321; conference report, 4360; concurred *0; by House, 4463; enrolled, 4430. HR No. 1206–

"restore to certain parties theirrights under the laws and treati - - eaties of the United States.—s By jo Johnson.]

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H. R. No. 1213– To incorporate Potomac Navigation Company.—[By Mr. Welker.] Referred, 3031. H. R. No. 1214– To provide for the erection of a building for a post office and United States courts in the city of New York.-[By Mr. Farnsworth.] Reported and recommitted, 8034; reported, 3199. H. R. No. 1215– To establish a post route from Rocksport to Glasgow, in Missouri.[By Mr. }. Referred, 3061. H. R. No. 1216– Rogo disposition of land grant already made for a railroad from Stillwater to St. Paul, Minnesota.-[By Mr. Donnelly.] Referred, 3063. H. R. No. 1217– To relieve T. J. Mackey, of South Carolina, of disabilities.—[By Mr. Paine.] Referred, 3090. H. R. No. 1218. Appropriating money to sustain the Indian commission, and to carry out treaties made thereby.—[By Mr. Butler, of Massachusetts.] Reported, 3100; passed, 3174, 3175; enrolled, 3299; approved, 3731. In Senate: Received from House, 3188; referred, 3183; reported and passed, 3249; enrolled, 3279. H. R. No. 1219– Amendatory of an act entitled “An act relating to habeas corpus, and regulating judicial proceedings in certain cases.”—[By Mr. Woodward.] Referred, 3101; reported adversely, 3267. H. R. No. 1220– Granting a pension to Kate Higgins, of Louisville, Kentucky.— [By Mr. Burr.] Reported and passed, 3101; passed Senate, 4395; enrolled, 4434; approved, 4498. In Senate: Received from House and referred, 3119 ; reported, 3857; enrolled, 4443. H. R. No. 1221– Granting a pension to Sarah J. Rogers.-[By Mr. Burr.] Reported and passed, 3101; passed Senate, 4395; enrolled, 4434; approved, 4498. In Senate: Received from House and referred, 3119; reported, 3857; passed, 4364; enrolled, 4443.

H. R. No. 1222–
Granting a pension to Catharine Ginsler.—[By Mr. Burr.]
Reported and passed, 3101; passed Senate, 4395.
In Senate: Received from House and referred, 3119; reported,
3900; passed, 4364; enrolled, 4443.

H. R. No. 1223–
Granting a pension to Margaret Filson.—[By Mr. Burr.]
Reported and passed, 3101; passed Senate, 4395; enrolled,
4434; approved, 4498.
In Senate: Received from House and referred, 3119 ; reported,
3900; passed, 4364; enrolled, 4443.

H. R. No. 1224–
Granting a pension to Jane E. Rogers.-[By Mr. Burr.]
Reported and passed, 3101; passed Senate, 4895; enrolled,
4434; approved, 4498.
In Senate: j from House and referred, 3119; reported,
3900; passed, 4364; enrolled, 4443.

H. R. No. 1225– Granting a pension to Patrick Collins.—[By Mr. Burr.] Reported and passed, 3101; passed Senate, 4395; enrolled, 4434; approved, 4498. In Senate; Received from House and referred, 3119; reported, 3900; passed, 4365; enrolled, 4443. H. R. No. 1226– Granting a pension to Barbara Weisse.—[By Mr. Burr.] Reported and passed, 3101; passed Senate, 4395; enrolled, 4434; approved, 4498. In Senate: Received from House and referred, 3119 ; reported, 3900; passed, 4365; enrolled, 4448. H. R. No. 1227— Granting a pension to Margaret Ann Wallace.—[By Mr. Burr...] Reported and passed, 3102; passed Senate, 4296; enrolled, 4802; approved, 4422. In Senate; Received from House and referred, 3119.; referred anew, 3900; reported, 4146; passed, 4270; enrolled, 4275. H. R. No. 1228— Granting a pension to Joanna L. Shaw.—[By Mr. Polsley.] Reported and passed, 8102; passed Senate, 4895; enrolled, 4434; approved, 4498. In Senate; 'Received from House and referred, 3119; reported, 3900; passed, 4865; enrolled, 4448.

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Granting a pension to Johannah Connelly.—[By Mr. *...] Reported 3102; passed, 3108; passed Senate, 4305; enrolled, 4434; approved, 4498. In Senate: Received from House and referred, 3119; reported, 3900; passed, 4355; enrolled, 4443, H. R. No. 1236– . . . Granting a pension to the minor children of Michael Travis.[By Mr. Polsley.] Reported and passed, 3103; passed Senate, 4305; enrolled, 4434; approved, 4498, In Senate; Received from House and referred, 3110; reported, 3900; passed, 4355; enrolled, 4443, H. R. No. 1237– Granting a pension to the widow and minor children of James Cox. —[By Mr. Polsley.] Reported and passed, $103; passed Senate, 4305; eurolled, 4434; approved, 4408. In Senate: Received from House and referred, 31.19; reported, 3900; passed, 4365 ; enrolled, 4443. H. R. No. 1238– Granting a pension to Lavinia A. Gittings, mother of Andrew J. Gittings.-[By Mr. Polsley.] Reported and passed, 3103; passed Senate, 4395; enrolled, 4434; approved, 4498. In Senate : Received from House and referred, 31.19; reported, 3900; passed, 4365; enrolled, 4443. H. R. No. 1239– Granting a pension to Owen Griffin.-[By Mr. Benjamin.] . Reported and passed, 4103; passed Senate, 4395; enrolled, 4434; approved, 4498. In Senate; Received from House and referred, 3119 ; reported, 3954; passed, 4365; enrolled, 4443. H. R. No. 1240– Granting a pension to Margaret Lewis.-[By Mr. |o] Reported and passed, 3103; passed Senate, 4305; enro led, 4434; approved, 4398. In Senate: Received from House and referred, 3119 8954; passed, 4366; enrolled, 4443. H. o, No. 1241– ranting a pension to Mrs. Mary Brown.—[By Mr. Ben iamin.] Reported and passed, 81.03: yo.” I o: o os. 108; passed Senate, 4395; enrolled, n Senate: Received from House and r 8954; passed, 4366; enrolled, 4443, eferred, 311 H. R. No. 1242–

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Granting a pension to Frances M. Webster.—[By Mr. Beatly.] * Reported and passed, 3105; passed Senate, 4395; enrolled, 4434; approved, 4498. In Senato'Received from House and referred, 3120; reported 3954; passed, 4366 enrolled, 4443. H. R. No. 1255–

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