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Mr. Ramsey.............................. 4093, 4145,4146,4199, 4283, 4290, 4292 Mr. Sherman............. 4269, 4291, 4292 Mr. Stewart............................... 4200 Mr. Sumner.............. .4269, 4286 Mr. Tipton.................................4286 Mr. Van Winkle................ 4199, 4200, 4201, 4202, 4203, 4204,4267, 4269, 4283, 4285, 4286, 4291 Mr. Vickers ..............................4291 Willey ..... ...................4291, 4292

Mr. Mr. Yates.................. 4204, 4289, 4290 resolution in reference to a survey of the Ohio river at points where, are being constructed or projected—[By Mr. Hendricks, July 25, 1868.] read, 4462. Bridges, Hon. George W., bill (H.R. No. 834) for the relief of a member of the ThirtySeventh Congress. received from House, 1497; referred, 1498; reported, 4098; passed, 4406; enrolled, 4451. Brielmayer, Frederica, bill (H. R. No. 1234) granting a pension to. received from House and referred, 3119 ; reported, 8000; passed, 4865; enrolled, 4443. Brien, George T., bill (S. No. 814) for the relief of [By Mr. Van Winkle.] reported, 980; passed, 1840; passed House with amendments, 3902; conferenee, 8954, 8984; conference report, 4097; concurred in by Senate, 4097; by House, 4147; enrolled, 4159; approved, 4285. In House; received from Senate, 1859; referred, 1869; reported and passed with amendment, 3896; conference report agreed to by House, 4131; by Senate, 4182; enrolled, 4186. Broome, John M., joint resolution (S. R. No. 72) for the relief of, and others, the band of the twelfth Kentucky infantry—[By Mr.

Sherman.] o referred, 79; reported,8856; called up, 8901.

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Mr. Williams .. -- Mr. Wilson...............................2569 resolution authorizing the Congressional Printer to loan to, the stereotype plates of his “report on the mineral resources of the States and Territories west of the Rocky mountains,” with permission to print from the same—[By Mr. Stewart, June 1, 1868.) referred, 2624; reported and agreed to, 27:27. Brown, Henry, bill (S. No. 517) granting a pension to the widow and children of[By Mr. Van Winkle.] reported, 2922; passed, 3324; passed House with amendments, 3902; conference, 3954, 3984; conference report, 4097; concurred in by Senate, 4097; by House, 4147; enrolled, 4159; approved, 4235. In House : received from Senate, 8845; referred, 3346; reported and passed with amendment, 8895; conference report agreed to by House, 4131; by Senate, 4.182; enrolled, 4186. Brown, Mrs. Mary, bill (H. R. No. 1241) granting a pension to. received from House and referred, 81.19; reported, 3954; passed, 4366; enrolled, 4443. Bryan, Lucius P., resolution calling for certain information in reference to the case of [By Mr. Ferry, February 29, 1868.] adopted, 1515. Bucher, Anthony, bill (H. R. No. 1826) for the relief of. received from House, 3748; referred, 3748. Buckalew, Charles R., a Senator from Pennsyl: vania........................... -----------petitions presented by......... :::::: 1162, 1287, 1567, 1741, 1807, 1884, 2009, 3708, 4439 resolutions submitted byin relation to the publication of the laws[December 20, 1867]...................282 in relation to the attendance of a member of the Senate before a committee of the House to be examined as a witness— [May 27, 1868]...................... ....:- 2500 calling for reports and papers in relation to the late election in Arkansas upon the adoption of a constitution—[May 29, 1868].............................:”:::::::: 2659 for the purchase of Lanman's Dictionary of Congress—[July 25, 1868].-...-4440 requesting the House to inform the Senate whether a quorum of the House are present—[September 21, 1868]...:4518 motions made by........................ 9, 51, 64, co8, 951, 1012, 2828, 8607, 8870, 4502 incidental remarks by..................“64,151, 282, 808, 309, 763, 731, 889, 951, 1971, 1165, 1204,1497, 1658,2088,2808, 2435, 2609, 2769,2827, 3118,3719,8721, 8873. 3874, 4852, 4450, 4462, 4468. 4467, 4507 remarks 'on the motion to strike out the word “honorable” prefixed to name: of Senators in the Journal........ “* on printing the President's too";

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bills to the President... 1372, 2076, 2077

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on the joint resol

proceeds of captured property...... 1489

on the rules for

on the organization

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on the resolution providing tickets to the impeachment trial............... 1779, 1781 on the bill to amend the judiciary act,

1847, 2095,

on the bill to exempt certain manufactures

from tax... 1920, 1989, 2161, 2101, 21.92 -- on the bill to remove political disabilities R. R. Butler..... 1978, 21.92, 2193, 2218, 2220, 2221, 2207, 3059, 3060 on the bill for the relief of the Navajo

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mission to examine spirit meters.....796 * on so reconstruction bill (H. R.

of impeachment................. 1579, 1680 on the consular and diplomatic bill...1747, 1748, 1749, 1750, 1751, 1752,

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admit Arkansas to represent-------------- 2438, 2439, 2005, 2006, 2607, 2659, 2665, 2692,

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2096, 2125, 2126, 2127

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to an exploring, expe- 5

vania–Continued, remarks on the resolution to furnish the House with a copy of the impeachment proceedings......................2519, - 2520, 2323, 2024, 2026 on the resolution to investigate alleged improper influences on the impeachment trial - 2051, 2552, 2555 on the resolution providing for an index to the impeachment trial..............2024 - on the resolution of thanks to Edwin M. Stanton.............................2732, 2780 on the supplementary bill concerning national banks ..................2751, - 2702, 3193, 31.96, 3220, 3221 on the bill to provide for appeals from the Court of Clains...................2764, 2765, 27.06, 27.67 on the bill to provide a temporary government for the Territory of Wyoming, 2794 on the eight-hours labor bill............ 2803, - 3426, 3427, 3429 on the death of ex-President Buchanan, 2827, 2828 on the bill to admit North Carolina, &c., 2862, 2854, 2867, 2899, 2933, 3008, - 3016, 3019. 3027 on joint resolution to authorize the transfer of a suit to the Federal courts...... 2026 on the bill relating to contested elections in Washington city..................... 3118, 3122, 3125, 3128, 3129

tinuing the refining of, in the Mint of the United States and branches. received from House, 3984; referred, 8087; reported and indefinitely postponed, 4093. Buoys, resolution calling for the report of Commodore Case, United States lighthouse inspector, on the, of the harbor of New }*-*. Mr. Morgan, March 28, 1868. --agreed to, 2176. * Burdett, Carrie E., bill (S. No. 238) granting a pension to—[By Mr. Wilson.] . . referred, 434; reported, 1834; passed, 8323; passed House, 3902; enrolled, 8958; approved, 3984. --In House : received from Senate, 8345; referred. 3346; reported and passed, 3897; enrolled, 3948. Burke, Martin, bill (H. R. No. 1398) granting a pension to. - received from House and referred, 3917; reported, 4197 ; passed, 4889; enrolled, 4443. - * Burlingame, Hon. Anson, resolution making inquiries relative to the appointment of the American minister at Pekin, to a mission in behalf of the Chinese Government by the emperor of China—[By Mr. a Conness, January 18, 1868.] agreed to, 471. remarks by— . . . . - * :

on reception of the Chinese embassy, 3153 on bill to relieve certain citizens of North Carolina from disabilities.....3181, 3182 on the eivil appropriation bill.........3571, 3608, 3600, 3633, 3645, 3082, 3683, 3684 on the bill establishing rules for the government of the armies of the United States....................................... 8583, 3584, 3585, 3386, 3587, 3873, 387.4 on the bill for the relief of Martha M. Jones................................ 3648, 3649 on the bill to amend an act for the relief of A. J. Atocha..................3652, 3081 on the order providing for evening sessions.......................... ............... 3736 on the tax bill (H.R. No. 1284) 3741, 3742, 3751, 3733, 3754, 3782, 3784, 3785, 3786, 3820, 3824,

- 3826, 3827, 3834, 3836, 3867 on the southern lolectoral College resolution.........8874, 8875, 3876, 3877, 3878,

- 3879, 3880, 3881, 3912, 3915, 3926 on the bill to reduce the military peace establishment............................ 4243, 4244, 4246, 4249, 4250, 4251 on the Indian appropriation bill.......4272

Mr. Conness................................ Mr. Grimes... Mr. Summer.. Mr. Wilson ................................. concurrent resolution giving the consent of Congress to the acceptance by, now the American minister at China, of such civil appointment as he may have received from the emperor of ChinaBy Mr. Conness, January 15, 1868.) referred, 519. - firmi Burlington, lowa, bill (S. No. 469) confirming the ...'", to a tract of land in-[By Mr. Grimes. ferred, 2240; reported and passed, 3146; passed House, 3645; enrolled, 3671; *P* proved, 3771. - In House: received from Senate, 31713.5°. ferred, 3477; reported and passed, 80°: enrolled, 3661. Butler, Elizabeth, bill (H. R. No. 608) grano ing a pension to, widow of Cyrus Butler, received from House, 1938; referred, 10°. , reported, i401; passed, 3329; enrolled, 33.09.

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titions presented by...... 78, 218,552, 764,
$21, '998, 1162, 1203, 1229, 1287, 1310,
1403, 1486, 1863, 1887, 1910, 1975, 2067,
2323,2653,2758,2958, 3.175, 3212, 3607
bills introduced by-
No. 461—to regulate the sale of hay in
the District of Columbia............... 2008
No. 616—to remittbe duties on a certain
statue intended to surmount theosol-
diers' monument at Harrisburg, Penn-
sylvania....................................4039
joint resolution introduced by-
No. 170—in relation to the library of the
Department of Agriculture........... 4321
resolutions submitted by- -
instructing the Committee on Contingent
Expenses of the Senate to investigate
the accounts of the Socretary of the
Senate-[April 15, 1868]............. 2303
for printing extra *:::: the last agri-
cultural report—[July 14, 1868]....4070

reports made by..............................1568,
- 1669,2759,4070, 4403
muons made by......... ...........443,

". . 1165, 1847, 2021, 2417, 4148
incidental remarks by...88, 1071, 1568, 1669,

los, 2008,2435,250,3107,4230, 4251
remarks on printing the President's mes-

*...*.................................... 20 on the resolution of adjournment for the *-*............................ 166 on the bill to repeal the cotton tax....255, - -: 257, 565 on deficiency bill (H.R. No. 813).....275, 279, 281

on she bill to suspend the further contrac.
tion of the currency......................442,
443, 503, 525, 582, 533
on the order of business.................443,
- - . 504, 4231, 4405
*joint resolution to provide for a com.
**on to examine spirit-meters.....799
* the bill in addition to the tenure of
o *:::::::............................847,
§§§3,959,960,961,962,1027,1028
**bill in relation to taxing shares in
*al banks............................ 921
*joint resolution relating to the mari.
time exhibition at Havre..............1009
0n *: *solution in regard to the rights
o *9ted persons in the cars... 1124
* neconstruction bill (H.
***14)...............................1292
On .* of James E. Harvey to
*ton, South Carolina, in 1861,
1309, 1310
on the case of Hon. Philip F. Thomas,
r 1243, 1270
*Western Pacific railroadbill.io.
- 3076, 3077
on the bill - 7
officers l concerning cashiered Army

"“”:'''“ ............... 1500, 1501 ** rules for the court of impeach. o'":“” “.....................1524 ". 8tanting pensions to B. and C. On o ----------. ------- 1844, 1845, 1846 o”xempt certain manufactures rom tax............. 1918

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Cameron, Simon, a Senator from Pennsyl-
** vania—Continued. *
premarks on the death of ex-President Bu-
o' to chanan......................................2827
on the bill for the relief of certain con-
, so tractors for vessels......................2961
on the legislative appropriation bill...3439,
3470, 3471, 3472, 8473, 3475
on the bill for the relief of W. H. Otis, 3540
on the bill to admit Colorado.....3541, 3551
on the civil appropriation bill..........3640,
- . . . - 3686, 3687
on the tax bill, (H. R. No. 1284).3779,
3781, 3822,3823,3828, 3830, 3834, 3869
& on the bill for funding the national debt,
* 3994, 3996, 3997, 4042, 4043
on the bill for the further issue of tempo-
rary loan certificates.....................4027
on the Ohio river bridge bill............4.199,
4201, 4204, 4267,4268, 4287, 4288
on the bill to reduce the military peace
* establishment............... -- - - - - - - - - - - - - 4244
on the bill granting a pension to the widow
of General Richardson................. 4251
on the bill granting a pension to Martha
Ann Wallace..............................4270
on the credentials of Frederick A. Saw.
" yer..................... *.................... 4318
on the joint resolution relating to the library
of the Agricultural Department.....4321
**, on the bill to increase the pension of Sarah
* Hackleman................................4351
, on the Alexandria canal bill.......::::: 4400
on the bill for the relief of Joseph Segar,
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on the bill for the relief of Palemon

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Canal Company, joint resolution (H. R. No.
130) in relation to the sale of stock of the
Dismal Swamp. “ -
received from House, 281; referred, 282;
reported and passed, 809; enrolled, 384,
404

Canal and Sewerage Company, bill (S. No.
310) to incorporate the Georgetown and
Washington—[By Mr. Nye.]
referred, 921; reported, 4070. o
Canby, Israel T., bill (S. No. 428) for the
relief of the sureties of, late receiver of
o “public moneys at Crawfordsville, Indiana–
* [By Mr. ...] *-
referred, 1742; reported, 3274; passed, 3314.
In House: received from Senate, 8336; dis’
cussed, 4432; referred, 4433.
remarks by-

: Mr. Edmunds............................. 3275
Mr. Hendricks........... 8274, 3275, 3314
*"...” Mr. Morton................................8814
o Mr. Willey...... .............. 3274
Mr. Williams.................... -------- .8275
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Capehart, Charles E., bill (S. No.473) for the
* relief of [By Mr. Howe.] .
reported and printed, 2259; passed, 2282;
on enrolled, 25iS; approved, 2544.
In House; received from Senate, 2289;
to called up, 2499; passed, 2500; enrolled,
2534. . . . G. **- -

Cape Fear river, resolution in reference to an
appropriation for deepening the chan-
.*, nei of the, in North Carolina—[By Mr.

CWII, Capitol, bill (S. No. 54) to enlarge the public grounds surrounding the [By Mr. Pat"'terson, of New #. reported, 1257;, passed, 1645. In House : received from Senate, 1682; referred, 2028, - * Captured and abandoned cotton, resolution calling for certain information in regard | to—[By Mr. Trumbull, January 27, 1868.] agreed to, 765. Captured and abandoned property, resolution calling for certain information touching the release of, by the Secretary of the Treasury—[By Mr. Trumbull, December H wo, 1867.] -> . -*** --> . . . * agreed to, 79. bill (H. R. No. 19) directing that certain * moneys now in the hands of the United States Treasurer; as special agent of the Treasury Department, be covered by warrant into the United States Treasury. --reported, 98; corrected, 119 ; discussed, 120, 145, 373, 1211, 1232, 1466, 1489; passed with amendments and title or amended, 1497; agreed, to by House, with amendment, 1744; called up, 1782; non-concurred in, 1809; conference, 1809, 1812, 1843; conference report, 2176; concurred in by House, 2160; concurred in by Senate, 2176; enrolled, 2192. o remarks by— Mr. Buckalew............................. 1489 : Mr. Conkling...... 1467, 1468, 1469, 1490

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* , Mr. Johnson........150, 1467, 1498,2176 of . Mr. Sherman............98, 119, 120, 121, * * .. 145, 149, 150,378,876, 379, : ; 380, 1211, 1232, 1467, 1782 ... Mr. Sprague........... ------------------- 1490 * : * Mr. Stewart....... 1466, 1467, 1496, 1809

Mr. Trumbull................ 121, 147, 148,

149, 150, 873, 374,375, 876, 377,878, 379, 380, 1211, 1282, 1466, 1470, 1490, 1491, 1492, 1493, 1494, 1495, 1809 yeas and nays on the....... 1491, 1496, 1899 resolution in relation to the proceeds of [By Mr. Fowler, March 6, 1868.] agreed to, 1694. Carmichael, Peter M., joint resolution (H. R. No. 340) for the relief of, surveyor of the port of Albany. --> o received from House, 4081; referred, 4031; - enrolled, 4151. - Carroll, Julia, bill (H. R. No. 1174) granting a pension to. - *-* * * * received from House, 2925; referred, 2935; reported, 3814; passed, 4363; enrolled, 4442. o * Carson, Elizabeth,; bill (S. No. 636) for the relief of [By Mr. Willey.] reported, 8074; passed, 3847.8848. . * In House: received from Senate, 3881; referred, 4433. --" ro Carter, Champe, jr., bill (H.R. No. 1255) for ... the relief of. - * o received from House, 3130; referred, 8130. Carter, Ezra, jr., bill (S. No. 353) to authorize the accounting officers of the Treasury to adjust the accounts of late collector of customs at Portland, Maine—[By Mr. Morrill, of Maine.] - --reported, 1142; passed, 8051.

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...; to habeas corpus and to regulate proceedings in certain cases,

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motions made by......83, 100, 380. 510, 553, 800, 921, 1117, 1681, 2144, 2259, 2330, 2331, 2332, 2507,2509,2653, 2700, 3241, 3242, $243, 3244, 3245, 3247, 3505, 41.60, 4399, 4439, 4459 incidental remarks by.......81. 300, 625, 845, i20's, oi, ioni, o, o, 8115, 3240, 3241, 3243, 4396, 4397 remarks on the joint resolution to preserve neutrality between Great Britain and Abyssinia.---------- ...........83, 87 on the bill to repeal the cotton tax.....245, 354,627 on the joint resolution in relation to consular appointments...................... 519, 520, 558,627, 628, 630, 631 on the order of business..............554,702, 1403, 1681, 2078, 2259, 2260, 2275, 3075, 3239 on the joint resolution relating to the mari. time exhibition at Havre...... 1008, 1010 on the bill for the relief of the heirs of General Richardson.....1118, 1119, 1120 on the bill relating to cashiered Army officers.............................. 1499, 1900 on the bill to exempt certain manufactures from tax.....................------------. 1944, 1945, 1946, 1947, 1950, 1951 on the bill to regulate the coasting trade, 2030, 2144, 2145,

2653,2654, 2665,

2656, 2790, 2791 in personal explanation;......... 2009, 2010 on the House joint resolution relating to the Michigan and Wisconsin land granto 2507,2509, 2510, 2511, 2512 on the bill to admit Arkansas to repre: sentation in Congress.......... .2517, 2:18 on the bill to amend the jail act......?”

on the supplementary bill concerning. tional banks......-...------------.” .3079, 3162, 319.2, 31.98, 3195,

8196, 3214, 8215, 3.218

on the joint resolution for the relief of certain contractors............“ $115, 3141 on the bill relating to collection districo Michigan 3241 on the toll for the relief of D. H. Mao: Donald.......................:* on the bill relative to the sale of ships * belligerents......................:* 3244, 3247, 4899, 4400 on the bill for the abatement of duties on damaged merchandise.........8244. 3.245 on the joint resolution for a register to the bark Golden Fleece........: ...o. 32.5 on the legislative appropriation bill, 8473, 3516, 3517, 3520, *::: he civi ropriation bill........ -->u i or on the civil approp 3574, 8686 on the bill for funding the national ".

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remarks by-
Mr. Buckalew............2268, 2264, 2419

Mr. Cameron... 2419
Mr. Conness.... 2419
Mr. Corbett..... ...2419
Mr. Davis..... 2263
Mr. Drake.... 2267
Mr. Fessenden.... .....2263

, 2419
Mr. Grimes............... 2265
Mr. Harlan................ 2260, 2261, 2262

2263,2264, 2265, 2417, 2418, 2419 Mr. Heuderson...........................2262 * Mr. Hendricks...........2262, 2418, 2419

Mr. Howe.........................2266, 2267
Mr. Johnson......2201, 2266, 2417, 2418
Mr. Morrill, of Maine..................2262
Mr. Morrill, of Vermont..............2266
Mr. Nye............................2262, 2263
Mr. Patterson, of New Hampshire, 2265,

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Mr. Sherman.....2264, 2265, 2266; 2267

Mr. Sumner.......................2260, 2261 2262,2263,2265, 2267, 2418, 2419 Mr. Williams.....................2261,2267 *andnaysanthe, 2203,2264,2267,2419 hill(S. No. 642) to amend the, of the Na. onal Capital Insurance Company—[By Mr. Patterson, of New o: reported and passed, 4348. In House; received from Senate, 4380. Chao, S. P., letter of May 18, iso, in rela. on to the kind of currency with which ..overnment bonds are to be paid......42 sently, Richard, joint resolution (S. R. No. 40 to provide for the payment of the tlaim of—[By Mr. Conness.] & House; passed over, 3940. ---onental lands, bill (H.R. No. 835) for *Protectionofsettlerson the, in Kansas. to: from House, 8984; referred, 3986. * of Supreme Court, communica. tion from, in i. to mode of pro*šupon the impeachment trial, ió44 Chinese embassy, invitation of House to join option of....................... 2025, 2935 *lution to invite M. Burlingame and his **tes of the, to visit the Senate—

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| Church–Continued.
a bill (S. No. 224) to incorporate the congre-
- tion of the First Reformed, of Wash-
ington, District of Columbia—[By Mr.
Harlan.]
referred, 343,
bill (S. No. 225) to incorporate the English
Lutheran, of the city of Washington—
[By Mr. Harlan.]
referred, 343.
bill (S. No. 226) to incorporate the congre.
to. of the First Presbyterian, of
Washington—[By Mr. Trumbull.]
referred, 343. -
bill (S. No. 235) to incorporate the congre-
gation of the North Presbyterian, of
Washington—[By Mr. Morgan.]
referred, 404.
bill (H.R. No. 502) to incorporate the con-
§. of the First Presbyterian, of
Washington. .
received from House, 678; laid aside, 699;
passed, 3712; enrolled, 3748.
bill (S. No. 433) authorizing the trustees of
Union Chapel of the Methodist Epis-
copal, in i. city of Washington, to
mortgage their property for church pur-
poses—[By Mr. Willey.]
reported, 1807; passed, 2792; passed
ouse, 4400; enrolled, 4403; approved,
In House': received from Senate, 2812;
passed, 4391; enrolled, 4422.
Churches, bill (S. No. 391) to provide for the
incorporation of religious societies in the
District of Columbia—[By Mr. Willey.]
| referred, 1404. -
Cilley, Commander Greenleaf, joint resolution
#. R. No. 34.2) for restoration of, and
Commander Aaron K. Hughes, of the
United States Navy, to the active list from
the retired list.
received from House, 4080; referred, 4092.
Citizens—see Disabilities.
joint resolution (H. R. No. 139) requesting
the President to intercede for the release
of American, imprisoned in Great Brit-
ain and Ireland on insufficient grounds.
received from House, 405; referred, 407.
concurrent resolution in relation to, impris-
oned by Great Britain—[By Mr. Con-
ness, January 21, 1868.]
read and printed, 650.
resolution calling for the correspondence in
reference to the arrest and trial of cer-
tain American, by the British Govern-
ment—[By Mr. Sumner, January 27,
1868.] ".
agreed to, 705. -
bill (H. R. No. 763) for the relief of Amer-
ican, abroad.
received from House, 1232; referred, 1256.
bill (H. R. No. 768) concerning the rights
of American, iu foreign States. ...
received from House, 2329; , referred,
** 2329; reported, 3382; amended, 3504;
motion to make special order, 3818;
made special order, 3901, 3986, 4096;
motion to take up, 4123,4148; discussed,
4204,4211,4281,4236,4328, 4340, 4352,
--> 4445; passed with amendments, 4446;
agreed to by House, 4451; enrolled,
4454.
resolution discharging Committee on For
eign Relations from the further consid:
eration of the bill (H. R. No. 768) con-
cerning the rights of American, in for:
eign §§.o. Mr. Conness, june 22,
1868.
laid over, 8347; withdrawn, 3889.
Citizens' Gas Company—see Gas Company.
Civil expenses of the Government, joint reso-
* . lution (H.R. No. 132) in rd to the
construction of section ten of an act ap-
- to proved March 2, 1867, entitled “An act
making appropriations for sundry, for the

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Civil expenses of the Government—Continued. bill (H. R. No. 818) making appropriations for sandry, for the year ending June 30,

1869. received from House, 2040; referred, - 2040; amendment, 2144; amendment reported, 2594; amendment submitted, 3183, 3424; reported, 3463; amendment, 3552,3566,3570, 3645; discussed, 3571, 3608, 3632, 8681; passed with amendments, 8688; conference, 3818, 3904; conference report, 4033; concurred in by Senate, 4035; recalled from o House, 4070; not returned, House hav*.* ing agreed to conference report, 4075;

enrolled, 4075. remarks by

Mr. Anthony..................... 3578, 3682, 3634, 3685, 8040, 3641, 3684, 8686 Mr. Buckalew....................3571, 8608, 3609, 3638, 3645, 3682, 8683, 8684 Mr. Cameron.............3640, 8686, 3687 Mr. Chandler 3573, 3574, 3686 Mr. Cole................... 3636, 3640, 3688

-- Mr. Conkling............3576, 8579, 3580, ---- 3611, 3612, 8613, 3644, 3645, 3681 Mr. Conness.............................. 3642 Mr. Corbett.... ...3610, 3635, 3636

o Mr. Cragin........................ 3635, 3685 * * . Mr. Davis..................8578, 3579, 3645 * * : Mr. Edmunds.....................3566, 3634 * - 8635, 3639, 3684, 3685, 8686, 8687 Mr. Fessenden..........2594, 3424, 3571, 3572, 3573, 8574, 3575, 3576, 8577,

* - 3578, 3579, 8580, 3608, 3635, 8687, 3640, 3641, 3642, 8643, 3644, 3682, - 3683, 3684, 3685, 8686, 8687, 4035 Mr. Fowler........................ 3685, 3686 Mr. Frelinghuysen....................... 3642 * * * . Mr. Harlan.......3572, 3580, 3608, 3609, * . . . . 8632, 3685, 3638, 8689, 3640, 3685 Mr. Hendricks........................... 3580, - * 3610, 3632, 3634, 3644 Mr. Howard.......3570; 3579, 3609, 3610 Mr. Howe.................3571, 3574, 3575, 8577, 8678, 8579, 3685, 3687, 8688 Mr. Johnson ..............3573, 8574, 3637 Mr. Morgan........... ------------ 8570, 3633 Mr. Morrill, of Maine, 3463,3571, 3573, 3575, 3576, 8577, 8578, 8579, 8580, 3608, 8609, 3610, 3611, 8682, 3688, 3634, 3685, 8686, 3687, 3638, 3639, 3640, 3641, 3681, 8583, 3684, 8685, 3686, 8687, 3818, 4083, 4034, 4035 Mr. Morrill, of Vermont...............3641 Mr. Morton............... 8570, 3572, 3573, 3577, 3579, 3611, 3636, 3681, 3682 Mr. Patterson, of New Hampshire, 3641 go.o.o.o. Mr. Patterson, of Tennessee, 8685, 3686 i Mr. Pomeroy........... ------------------ 8188, 3577, 3609, 3612, 8613, 3632, 3633, 3634, 3635, 3636, 8687, 3639, 3686

- Mr. Ramsey.................. ... .3570, 3638 : "Mr. Ross........ ...................... ... 3632 we . Mr. Sherman....................8566, 3610, - - - - 8611, 8612, 3613, 3632, 3641, 3642, - * 3644, 3645, 3685, 4034, 4035, 4070 Mr. Sprague ............... ..........::::: 8552 Mr. Stewart, 3570, 3576,8683,3684,3636 ; :::: Mr. Sunner........ .....,8573, 8574,3579, 3580, 3011, 3642, 3648, 3645, 3684 * - Mr. Thayer.....................#: 3032 Mr. Willey....... ..3637, 3638, 3639 ! - “Mr. Williams...................... ....... 3610, 3612, 3633, 3636, 8687, 3641, 3642 Mr. Yates.................. 3636, 3637, 3685 yeas and nays on the............” 3684, 3688

joint resolution (S. R. No. 161) providing that a certain part of the act making appropriations for sundry, for the year . . . . ending June 30, 1869, shall not take effect until the 1st day of March, 1869– [By Mr. Willey.] reported, 4070. -Claim.joint resolution (S. R. No. 65) amond ea atory of a joint resolution approved July 25, 1866, referring the, of the adminiotro:

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