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By Mr. Washburn, of Indiana–Continued. Calling for information in reference to the special agents employed by the Post Office Department.—[March 19, 1868.] Agreed to, 1993. Construing the resolution of March 8, 1868, in reference to the o of the clerks to committees, &c.—[March 23, 1868. Laid over, 2071. Calling for a statement showing the quantity in feet of illuminating as furnished the Government of the United States, &c.— fo. 17, 1868.] Agreed to, 3223. For a committee to investigate into the disbursement of the contingent fund of the House for the years 1867 and 1868.so 15, 1868.] Agreed to, 4080; reconsidered, amended, and adopted, 4084; reported, 4415, 4423. By Mr. Washburn, of Wisconsin– Calling for all correspondence in regard to the question of Russian America.-[December 19, 1867.] Agreed to, 286. In relation to the removal of Major General Sheridan from the command of the fifth military district and the action of General Grant in reference thereto.—[January 6, 1868.] Adopted, 332. Inquiring is the Union Pacific railroad and other railroads named in an act o: July 1, 1862, have made the reports required by the same, and, if so, calling for copies of said reports.-[February 4, 1868.] Agreed to, 970. By Mr. Welker– Directing the heads of the several Departments to furnish the aggregate amount of the twenty per cent. allowance to the employés of their respective Departments for the year ending June 30, 1867.-[December 11, 1807.] Reported and adopted, 134. Calling for a statement of the amount expended for repairs on the New York custom-house for two years prior to the 1st day of February, 1868.-[February 26, 1868. Agreed to, 1448. In reference to a contract made for labor in the public store or go department in the city of New York.-[February 5, 1868. Agreed to, 1449.

B. Mr. Wilson, of Iowa–
Calling on the President for the record of the trial by mili-
tary commission of Albert M. D. C. Lusk, of Louisiana, in
New Orleans, in August last, all papers connected with the
i. * a statement of his action thereon.—[December 9,
i.
Agreed to, 96. -
a reserence to extending aid to railroad companies by granting
subsidies in the bonds of the United States, or by guarantying
o * of any stock or other liabilities.—[February 25,
68.
Proposed, 1420; tabled, 1631. -
itecting Committee on Military Affairs to inquire into the
expediency of authorizing the payment to Isaac Watts of
the back pay and allowances due his adopted son, Samuel
. o died in the service of the United States.—[March
- ow.
Agreed to, 2143.
olation to the pay of southern members.-[July 21, 1808.]
Reported and adopted, 4293.
Doeting the Committee on the Judiciar
charges against Richard Busteed, United States district judge
of Alabama—[July 22, 1868.]
Reported and adopted, 43.35.

to investigate the

By Mr. Wilson, of Ohio– Directing Committee on Soldiers' and Sailors' Bounties to report the result of their investigations at the earliest possible day.[December 12, 1867.] . Agreed to, 153. Directing Committee on Public Lands to inquire into , the expediency of ceding to the State of Ohio the lands of the Virginia military district.—[February 26, 1868.] Referred, 1449. In regard to allowing newspapers upon which the regular rate of postage has been paid to be remailed within twenty days from the date of publication without further charge.—[June 1, 1808.] Agreed to, 2751. By Mr. Windom— / Relating to the distribution of the second edition of the Congressional Directory.—[January 22, 1868.] Objected to, 692. For printing extra copies of the correspondence between the resident and General Grant concerning the vacation of the War Office.—[February 10, 1808.] Referred, 1084. Authorizing the Doorkeeper to appoint a document file clerk and ay him from the contingent fund of the House.—[February 10, 1868.] Referred, 1084. Rescinding the resolution adopted in relation to drawing for seats.-[February 11, 1868.] Not received, 1098. For a select committee to investigate the charges made by Hon. E. B. Washburne against Hon. I. Donnelly.—[May 4, 1868.] Proposed, 2355; adopted, 2339; committee appointed, 2362. For {{. payment to the representatives of Colonel Lewis P. Buckley, late assistant doorkeeper, of one month's extra pay.—July 6, 1868.] Agreed to, 3759. By Mr. Wood— That this House will reserve to itself the right to judge of the propriety of making disbursements of the public money for the acquisition of territory without reference to any action of the President and Senate.—[December 16, 1867.] Objected to, 213. Calling for the correspondence between the General of the Army and Major General Hancock relating to the removal of counculmen in the city of New Orleans.—[February 14, 1808.] Agreed to, 1177. In relation to the transfer of real estate within the District of Columbia since 1861 to officers of the Government.—[March 10, 1868.] Agreed to, 1790. Exo to the Chinese embassy a public reception.—[June 6, 1868. Agreed to, 2906. By Mr. Woodward— In reference to establishing a national armory within some one of the anthracite coal fields of Pennsylvania for the manufacture of ordnance, &c.—[January 27, 1868.] Objected to, 783. In reference to the expediency of repealing so much of all acts as make i.". or anything else than gold and silver coin a legal tender in payment of debts.— "h 2: Agreed to, 2072. pay [March 23, 1868.] That Charles W. Woolley be brought to the bar of the House, and that the .*.*. to address the said witness any questions which the House may deci [May 30, 1808.] y decide to be proper.— Read, 2702.

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bill (S. No. 48) to authorize the settlement of certain—[By Mr. Cragin.] -- reported adversely, 1976. joint resolution (S. R. No. 131) to authorize the settlement of the, of Robert L. Stockton, late Indian agent—[By Mr. Conness.] referred, 2217; reported adversely, 4450. resolution requesting information concerning the practice in respect to the settlement of public, and the drawing of requisitions therefor by the Secretary of War upon the Treasury prior to the passage of the late act respecting the ompt settlement of public—[By Mr.

* resolution (S. R. No. 78) authorizing and directing the Seeond Auditor of the *asury to allow certain credits in the oustment and settlement of the, of a mustering and disbursing officer therein name—By Mr. Morton.] reserted, 2\}. *Toolution (S. R. No. 84) to provide for Mousting the, of acting collectors of Alethal revenue—[By Mr. Williams.]

- ; uzo. * * * No. 280) to amend an act en* “An act to change the organio of *. o: o mu to provide more effectu r the - ** o Of the, to: . o: dmunds, April 6, 1868.] July 3, 1836–(by Mr. #o agreed to, 2241. referred, 434. resolution instructing the Committee on kill resolution (H. R. No. 154) in relation | Contingent Expenses of the Senate to to the settlement of, of certain officers investigate the of the Secretary of the and agents who have disbursed public | Senate—[By Mr. Cameron, April 15, money under the direction of the chief | 1868.] of engineers, adopted, 2308; report, 2865.

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bill (S. No. 522) to authorize the Commissioner of the Revenue to settle the, of Andrew S. Core—[By Mr. Willio: reported, 2922; passed, 3214; passe House with amendments, 3566; concurred in, 3.570; enrolled, 3007; approved, 3771. In House: received from Senate, 3236; referred, 3327; reported and passed with amendments, 3556; agreed to by Senate, 3594; enrolled, 3597. bill (H. R. No. 39) authorizing the Commissioner of Internal Revenue to adjust the, of Mark Howard. received from House, 3748; referred, 3748; reported, 4093; passed, 4361; enrolled, 4443. bill (S. No. 636) in reference to certain, on the books of the Treasury Departmont against John A. Dix, Richard M. Blatchford, and George Opdyke—[By Mr. Morgan.] reported, 4230. joint resolution (S. R. No. 172) to construe an act entitled “An act to authorize the accounting officers of the Treasury to settle, the, of Andrew S. Core"—[By Mr. Williams.] reported and passed, 4361; passed House, 44;1; enrolled, 4459; approved, 4506. In House; received from Senate, 4395; passed, 4474, 4475; enrolled, 4492. Adjournment over the holidays, House con. . current resolution for an. *. from o 119.; laid over, 128; not concurred in, 151; reconsi RR • concurred in, 169. ' nsidered, 165;

*** Kn r. Anthony ........................ Mr. Buckalew................. 168, #. Mr. Cameron................ ...i. Mr. Conkling...... id: Mr. Conness..... ..io, #: B.o. ... " § r. Doolittle. i, ië, i.i. - 8 Mr. Edmunds.........1... 166, it. 168 Mr. Fessenden....... ---------- işi, i #. §.o. ! }: * Sorimes.......128, 151 "... §§...”.” #. § #. Morill, of Veii.;; Mr. Morton.............. it." 6 #: §. -- } § T., Sumner....., oo::" ź..." 5 on the............ ...123, ; 1. a --------*. * House concurrent resolution for

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Adjournment to May 25, House concurrent resolution for an–Continued. remarks by— Mr. Cameron.............................. 2497 Mr. Conkling............................2488, 2490, 2491, 2496, 2497, 2519 Mr. Davis.......................... 2488, 2489 Mr. Doolittle....... 2494, 2496 Mr. Drake...............................2492, 2493, 2495, 2512, 2518, 2519 Mr. Edmunds....................2490, 2492, 2498, 2494, 2495,2496, 2497,2519 Mr. Fessenden... 2518, 2519

Mr. Harlan........................ 2496, 2512 Mr. Henderson................... 2494, 2495 Mr. Hendricks........................... 2489, 2430, 2491, 2492, 2496 Mr. Howe..................................2495 Mr. Johnson.............. 2495, 2496, 2497 Mr. Morrill, of Vermont............... 2489 Mr. Morton...............................2489, 2498, 2495,2496, 2497, 2519 Mr. Nye............... ... 2402 Mr. Pomeroy......................... 1...2494 Mr. Sherman..................... 2492, 2512 Mr. Stewart.............. .....2496, 2497 ... Mr. Sumner..............................2417, o 2493, 2494, 2495,2496, 2497, 2512 " Mr. Thayer................................2489 Mr. Tipton........................... ...... 2490 Mr. Trumbull.....2491, 2493, 2512, 2519 t Mr. Van Winkle.......................... 2489 * Mr. Willey....... ... .2403, 2496 ... Mr. Williams.............. ....2488, 2489 Mr. Wilson........................ 2489, 2495 o Mr. Yates.................................. 2493 yeas and nays on the......... 2493, 2497, 2519

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laid over, 2595. to September, House concurrent resolution for an. received from House, 3607; discussed, 4276, 4282, 4293, 4322; passed with amendment, 4328; agreed to by House,

o, 4403. * remarks by— Mr. Anthony.............4276, 4277, 4322 Mr. Conkling............................ 4276, -- - 4282, 4293, 4825, 4326,4328 * * Mr. Conness............................. 4276, . . . 4277, 4278, 4281, 4282, 4293, 4822 *. Mr. Drake................. 4277, 4279, 4824 Mr. Edmunds..................... 4276, 4277 Mr. Fessenden...........4276, 4277, 4327 Mr. Frelinghuysen...................... 43.25 Mr. Hendricks........................... 4277, 4278, 4.279, 4281, 4282, 4323 Mr. Howard...................... 4277, 4278 Mr. Howe..........................4322, 4323 Mr. Morrill, of Maine......... 4277, 4281 Mr. Morton....................... 4824, 4825 Mr. Nye...4277, 4281, 4825, 4326,4328 r. Patterson, of New Hampshire, 4278 ' ' ' Mr. Pomeroy............ 4276, 4282, 4322 - Mr. Ramsey.............................. 4276 . Mr. Sherman............................. 4276, * * * 4279, 4280, 4281, 4293, 4822, 4328 Mr. Sumner...............4822, 4326,4327 * Mr. Willey................................. 4326 Mr. Williams.............4276, 4282, 4822 * * * Mr. Wilson........ 4278, 4.279, 4822, 4327

yeas and nays on the...... --- - - - - - - 4327, 4828 over Fourth of July, motion for an—[By Mr.

| Adjournment, concurrent resolution for an, to the 16th of October, and thence to the 10th of November, 1868–Continued.

remarks by—
Mr. Anthony..................... 4518, 4519
Mr. Buckalew.................... 4518, 4519
Mr. Edmunds............ 4518, 4519, 4520
Mr. Sherman.............................. 4518
Mr. Sumner....................... 4518, 4519

to October 16, and thence to November 10, - - - House eoneurrent resolution for an. , received from House, 4518; concurred * -- in, 4520. - * Adjutant General of the Army, bill (S. No. o to abolish the office of LBy Mr. Thayer. referred, 1515. Admiralty—see Courts. Admissions to the floor, modification of rule restricting....... ------------ -------------------- 552 Agricultural colleges—see Colleges. Agricultural college scrip, bill (S. No. 618) legalizing certain locations of therein designated—[By Mr. Howe.] referred, 4070. Agricultural report, resolution for printing extra copies of the last—[By Mr. Cameron, July 14, 1868.] referred, 4070; reported and adopted, 4230. Agricultural Society, bill (S. No. 185) for the

relief of the Bartholomew County, in the State of Indiana—[By Mr. Hendricks.] referred, 12); reported, 2829. Agriculture, Committee on. instructions to.................................. 3552 bill (H. R. No. 1068) to provide for certain claims against Department of received from House and referred, 2488; reported, 2759; referred anew, 2772; reported, 3424; passed with amendment, 3721; concurred in by House, 3872; enrolled, 8004. joint resolution (S. R. No. 170) in relation to the library of the Department of [By Mr. Cameron.] read and passed, 4321. Alabama—see Reconstruction. credentials of Senators from, presented, 4459,4465. Senators sworn in, 4459,4466. Alaska, bill (S. No. 447) to provide for a temporary government for the Territory of— By Mr. Williams.] referred, 1911. resolution calling for information in regard to applications for privileges in connection with the fisheries in—[By Mr. Conness, April 14, 1868.] adopted, 22.97. bill (H. R. No. 1096) making an appropriation of money to carry into effect the treaty with Russia of March 30, 1867. received from House, 4031 ; referred. 4081 ; , reported. 4145; passed with amendments, 4159; conference, 4321; conference report, 4404; concurred in, 4404; by House, 4400; enrolled, 4450. bill (S. No. 619) to extend the laws of the nited States relating to customs, commerce, and navigation over the territory

Alexandria, bill (H.R. No. 2) to repeal an act entitled “An act to retrocede the county of, in the District ef Columbia, to the State of Virginia.” committee discharged, and indefinitely postponed, 4093. Alexandria canal—see Canal. Allen, D. B., & Co., bill (S. No. 150) to provide for the payment of, for services in carrying the United States mails—[By Mr. r Conness.] e : * > * reported, 1455 passed, 1865. In House : received from Senate, 1870; referred, 2029. Allen, Edward B., bill (H.R. No. 1080) for the relief of received from House, 2505; referred, 2506; reported adversely, 3671; called up, 3956;

passed, 8957. remarks by- Mr. Cole........................... 3671, 39 Mr. Harlan................................ 3956 Mr. Hendricks. ....8956 Mr. Morton................................ 3956

Alta Vela, resolution calling for the corre. spondence on the subject of a claim under the act of Congress of the 18th of August, 1856, by any citizen of the United States to the guano on, an island in the vicinity of St. Domingo—[By Mr. Sumner, January 13, 1868. agreed to, 471. “ resolution for printing extra copies of the report of the Secretary of State on the, claim of Patterson & Murginendo—[By Mr. Anthony, March 17, 1868.] referred, 1911; reported and agreed to, 1978, America Fire and Marine Insurance Companysec Insurance Company. American citizens—see Citizens. Anderson, Milton, bill (H. R. No. 246) grant a pension to. received frem House, 731; referred, 764; reported, 1311; passed, 8316; enrolled, 8359. A

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Anthony, Henry Island............................................” petitions presented by.......10, 37,242, Slo, 1069, 1229, 1257, 1428, 2417, 2594, 3083 bills introduced by— * \ No. 165—to authorize the conversion of registered bonds into coupon bonds.-33 No. 182—declaring null and void acts of confiscation or forfeiture passed by the late rebel authority.......................!?" No. 237—in relation to the promulgation of the laws of the United States....40% No. 358—providing for the restoration of Lieutenant Commander Trevolt Abbott to the active list of the Navy......... 1108 No. 416—for the relief of John S. Cuno ningham, paymaster United States avy.........................” joint resolutions introduced byNo. 79—to amend an act entitled “An ac: to expedite and regulate the printing of public documents,” approved June 2%

ceded to the United States by Russia, and to establish a collection district therein—[By Mr. Chandler.] referred, 4070; reported, 4093 ; passed, 4005; passed House with amendments, 4454; conference, 4459, 4501, 4506; conference report, 4507; concurred in by Senate, 4507; by House, 4517; enrolled, 4517; approved, 4518.

Johnson.]..........................8708, 3709 remarks by—

Mr. Anthony.............................. 3710 Mr. Conness.............................. 3710 Mr. Edmunds..................... 3709 o Mr. Fessenden........................... #. **** r. Frelinghuysen...................... o §: }..."...o. 3709, 2110

Mr. Morrill, of Maine......... 3708, 3710 bo Mr. Pomeroy.........................” 3710 * yeas and nays on the................ ....." 3710

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with amendments, 4488; conference,

4493; Senate recedes, 4500; enrolled, 4500.

remarks by—

Mr. Chandler,4070,4093,4094,4095,4459
Mr. Cole....... ...............4094, 4095
Mr. Corbett... ..........
Mr. Doolittle.

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In House: received from Senate, 4133;,

is04.............................” No. 88—for the publication of the report* of the commissioner to the Paris Bo: position..........................” No. 89—providing for the representation of the United States at the International Maritime Exhibition at Havre...~~5% No. 97—to provide for the publication of the medical and surgical history of the rebellion, and medical statistics of the Provost Marshal General's Bureau.81% No. 124—for the distribution of certain public documents abroad. ........ ... 1911 concurrent resolutions submitted byreappointing the joint Committee on Ord: i.o. 3, 1867]............" reappointing the joint Comunittee to Examine the Accounts for Repairs to the * Mansion—[Décember .* 67 l............. ... -------- **

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for printing, three thousand additional copies of the message of the President, with the reports of heads of Departments—[December 3, 1867]............. 10 for printing five hundred extra copies of the Navy Register for 1868–[January 10, 1888]....................................484 for printing two thousand additional copies of the President's message of the 17th of December, 1867, relating to the international monetary conference at Paris in June and July last—[January 28, 1888].....................................703 for printing four thousand copies of the Påtent Office Report of 1866—s January 29, 1868]............................... 816 for printing extra copies of the report of the Secretary of State on the Asta Vela claim of Patterson and Murginendo— ... [March 17, 1868]........................1911 for printing three hundred copies of the '" edition of the report of the impeachment, trial published at the Congres: sional Printing Office, and five thousand opies of the entire work, with an index-[March 21, 1868].................2045 authorizing the Presiding Officer to admit to a seat on the floor the reporter of the New York Associated Press during the trial of the impeachment—[March 25, *]..................................... 2084 "for printing extra copies of the report of the Superintendent of the Coast Survey for 1867–IMay 18, 1868]............. 2505 talling for correspondence with persons in the diplomatic service relating to the set of March 27, 1867, prohibiting them from wearing any uniform not previously *thorized by Congress — [May 28, 188]............... - ..........2624

- for printing ther port of the Commission er

of Education—[June 2, 1868]....... 27.58 *inding so much of the resolution passed March 19, 1868, as suspends the print. ing of the report of the commissioner to the Paris Exposition—[June 13, *}~................................8115 so o: additional copies of House . . bill No. 505—s.June 18, 1868].......3243 of printing Navy Register for 1868– to: 3275 printing Army Register for 1868– . . [**15, 1888].......................3275 opining Land’Office report—[July 1, *]..............................8828 optiming the report of General T. W. ynolds on the exploration of the Yel. lowstone river—[July 17, 1868].....4147 *Ports made by, 163,242,872, 434,625, 787, 816, 1142, 1163, 1230, 1311, 1461, 1821, 1669, 1976, 2068,2293, 2435, $687, 2727, 2856, 2958, 3051, 3074, 3.115, 3608,8628, 3817, 8954,4093, , 4148,4147, 4199, 4346, 4467, 4501 *ions made by...........i, 9, 122,164, 242, 282, 490, 765, 1038, 1125, 1177, 1288, 1311, 1330, 1635, 1628, 1701, 1746, 1800, 1834, 1976, 2010, 2021, L., 3094, 2234, 2827, 3051, 8901, 4238 *idental remarksby, 38,122,164,169,282, 815, 1039, 1163, 1230, 1649, 1657, 1670, 2244, 2433, 2440,2624, 2690, 2759,3261.3276,3608, 3681, 3817,

4024, 4146,4147, 4140, 4200, 4230, 4251, 4870, 43%,4411, 4444, 4501 *matks on printing the President's mes. *E*.......................................20, 38

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Yo on the order of business...282, 1007, 1288, 1811, 1830, 1647, 1681, 1701, 1807, 1865, 2043, 2044, 2078, 2260, 8053, 3248, 3607 on the bill in relation to the promulgation of the laws............ 404, 816, 1125, 1126 on the deficiency bill (H.R. No. 320)...562 on the bill in relation to consular appoint.* ments......... or on the case of Hon

-----------------..........6: . Philip F. Thomas, 662, ** * 1156, 1177, 1242 on the resolution for printing the reports in reference to the suspension of Secre

- tary Stanton...............................787, . . . 817, 818, 1033, 1034, 1036 on the bill in addition to the tenure-ofoffice act...847, 879, 952,959, 1029, 1036 in on the resolution with regard to vessels ... employed by the War Department... 1071 on the Dubuque and Sioux City railroad bill........................................... 1257 on the telegrams of James E. Harvey to * Charleston, South Carolina, in 1861, 1309 *... on the bill in regard to the renewal of patents.............................. 1487, 1488 ... " on the rules: for the court of impeach*** ment......................................... 1535 on on the revision of the rules...... 1628, 1630, 1834, 1835, 1976, 2010,

... * * * * 2087, 2088, 2090, 2004 ** on the resolution providing tickets to the impeachment trial...................... 1649, 1670, 1671, 1701,1777, 1779, :- 1780, 1781, 1782, 1843, 2237 * --on questions relating to impeachment pro* : * ceedings....... ... ------. ..... 1657, 2416, 2600 on the organization of the Senate as a court . . . . of impeachment.................. 1681, 1701 . . . on the invalid pension bill............... 1723 on the credentials of Senator Vickers, 1743 on the consular and diplomatic bill, 1751,

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1752, 1755 o, on the bill to exempt certain manufactures from tax........ ... ......... 1915, 1985, 1992

on the Army appropriation bill, 2033,2561 on the resolution to admit to the floor of the Senate the reporters of the Associated Press............... 2084, 2234, 2235 on the bill to amend the judiciary act, 2098,

- - - 2009 on the naval appropriation bill.........2244 on on the Indian appropriation bill.......2041 on the resolution for printing report of the ... impeachment trial,2293,2294,2295, 2297 s: on the bill to admit Arkansas to representation in Congress.........2440, 2517, 2692 : on the resolution for a recess until May ** 26............................2489, 2498, 2497 ... on the impeachment trial, personal ex*** planation ............................:...2584 on the joint resolution for the publication * , of the medical history of the war...2595 on the resolution providing for an index ... ... to the impeachment trial...... 2609, 2624 on the resolution for printing the report of J. Ross Browne......2687, 2688, 2727 on the bill to provide a temporary government for the Territory of Wyoming, 2794

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on the bill for the relief of certain contractors for vessels......2924, 2960, 2961 on the resolution for printing the report of James W. Taylor....................2958 , , , onbill to admit North Carolina, &c., 3023 roa on the supplementary bill concerning naa tional banks......3086, 8088, 3162. 3163 !! on the resolution directing inquiry into the to cost of printing the report of the Paris | ... . Exposition.....................:::::::::::::$115 l on legislative appropriation bill, 3180,8248

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Anthony, Henry B., a Senator from Rhode **, Island-Continued. - - - - remarks on the resolution in relation to the reception of the Chinese embassy...3215 on the civil appropriation bill........ w8378, 8632, 3634, 3635, 3040, 3641, 3684, 3686 on the credentials of the Senator from to Florida.............. *-------- 3605, 36063607 ... on the sale of surplus documents......3508 on the resolution for printing Land Office

1, report.......8628, 3629, 4924, 4147,44148 on the Western Pacific railroad bill, 3677, 3679, 3680

on adjournment over Fourth of July, 8710 on bill to incorporate the Connecticut Avenue and Park Railroad Company, 8718 on the order providing for evening ses: sions.......... ---------------- ----- - - - - - - - - - - 3787 on the tax bill (H. R. No. 1284)......3743, 3828, 3862, 3863, 3864, 4199

on the bill concerning district judges, 8770 on the deficiency bill (H. R. No. 1341,) 4150,4164

on the bill to reduce the military peace establishment.....................4243, 4244 on the resolution for a recess from July, 4276, 4277, 4322 on the Ohio river bridge bill...4286, 4287 on the motion for an evening session, 4328 on the bill concerning the rights of American citizens abroad.................... 4331, 4333, 4358, 4359, 4360 on the joint resolution relative to printing specifications of patents...............4397 on the resolution relating to the pay of southern Senators......... ** * * * * * * * * * * * * 4457 on the printing of the Land Office report, * * 4501, 4502 on the resolution of adjournment to October 16........................... ..4518, 4519 Appeals; bill (S.No. 164) to provide for, from the Court of Claims—[By Mr. Edmunds.] referred,38; reported, 1887; discussed, 2217; ..., amendments submitted and printed, 2237; discussed, 2764; , passed, 2769; passed of House with amendments, 3254; concurred in, 3255; enrolled, 3279. In House; received from Senate, 2810; re. o ferred, 3034; reported, 3206; passed with amendments, 3267; agreed to by Senate, 3204; enrolled, 3308; approved,8761.

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