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Swamp lands, bill (S. No. 249) to extend the
provisions of an act to enable the State
of Arkansas and other States to reclaim
the, within their limits to the State of
Nebraska—[By Mr. Thayer.]
referred, 491. -
Swan, Thomas, bill (S. No. 824) for the relief
of-[By Mr. Morton.]
referred, 981.
Swartwout, Caroline and Margaret, bill (S.
No. 344) granting a pension to—[By Mr.
Van Winkle.]
reported, 1070; passed, 1841; passed House,
8119; enrolled, 3130; approved, 3318.
In House : received from Senate, 1859; re.
ferred, 1869; reported and passed, 8104;
enrolled, 3144.

T. Talcott, W., bill (H. R. No. 1009) for relief of. received from House, 2545; referred, 2548; reported, 8856; passed, 3916; enrolled, 3938. Tanner, Charles B., bill (H. R. No. 1009) for the relief of late first lieutenant sixtyninth Pennsylvania volunteers. received from House and referred, 2488; reported, 8115; passed, 3720; enrolled, - 3770. Target-Shooting Association, bill (H. R. No. 344) to incorporate the Washington, in the District of Columbia. received from House, 818; referred, 845; reported, 2594; passed with amendments, 3718, 3714; disagreed to by House, 3872; motion to recede, 3872; conference, 3916, 3956; conference report, 4025; concurred in by House, 4024; by Senate, 4025; enrolled, 4151. remarks by—

. Harlan, 3713, 3714, 3872, 3916, 4025
. Morrill, of Maine 3713
. Morton --
. Pomeroy ..........87

Tax-see Revenue.
Tax bill, bill (H. R. No. 1457) to pay for in-
dexing the.
received from House, 4454; called up, 4459;
passed, 4466; enrolled, 4501.
Tax commissioners, bill (S.No. 79) to confirm
certain sales made by the direct, for south
Carolina to persons in the Army, Navy, or
Marine corps—[By Mr. Frelinghuysen.]
Jo, Bouse; reported adversely, 27, 58.
bill (S., No. 564) concerning the, of the
State of Arkansas—[By Mr. Stewart.
referred, 8382; reported, 8607;

sse and title amended, 3709 passed ouse, 8934; enrolled, 4024; approved, 4235.

In House; received from 'Senate, 8782; referred, 3883; reported and passed, 4002; enrolled, 4052. Taylor, James W., resolution for printing the letter of the Secretary of the Treasury, inclosing the report of upon gold and silver mines and mining east of the Rockymount. ains-sby Mr. Ramsey, May 13, 1868.] referred, 2486, 2569; reported and agreed to, 2958. Telegraph—see Railroad. Teoplefon, John, bill (S. No. 281) for the reliefos—[By Mr. Patterson, of ennessee.] referred, 404; committee discha ed, referred anew,470; reported adverse y,8856. Tenure of certain civil offices, bill (S. No. 269) in addition to...an act entitled “An act regulating the"—[By Mr. Patterson, of New Hampshire.] reported, 656; discussed, 845, 878, 951, 959; recommitted, 866; reported, 984; dis. cussed, 1028, 1936; passed, 1587. he House; received from Senate, 1954; printed, 1156; referred, 1769. ; remarks by— Mr. Anthony

*****------------. . . . . . ....... 847 879, 952,959, iO2, io;; Mr. Buckalew.........952, 964, 965, 1032 Mr. Cameron ...:"..............847, 879

988, 959, 980, 951, 932, joiá;

r. Conkling............. 3714, 3872, 3873 ||

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Tenure of certain civil offices, bill (S. No.
269)—Continued.
remarks by-
Mr. Chandler.............................. 846
Mr. Cole........................... 1030, 1037
Mr. Conkling........................846, 847,
953, 960, 962, 963, 965,
966, 1927, 1029, 1031, 1032
Mr. Conness...............................879,
952, 953, 961, 1927, 1028, 1030

Mr. Corbett................................ 10:30
Mr. Edmunds... 847, 960, 961, 962
Mr. Fessenden............... 846, 952, 953,
960, 961, 963, 964, 1028, 1030, 1036
Mr. Grimes.................... 846, 847, 879
Mr. Harlan................................. 846,
879, 880, 1028, 1030, 1032
Mr. Henderson........................... 1029
Mr. Hendricks............................ 847,
959, 966, 1030, 1031, 1936, 1037
Mr. Howard.................. 847, 966, 1029
Mr. Howe..................... .880, 964, 965
Mr. Johnson...: 847, 952, 960, 964, 1036
Mr. Morrill, of Vermont............... 846
Mr. Nve......... ... ......964

Mr. Patterson, of New Hampshire...650,
845, 846, 847, 878, 879, 880, 951, 952,
953, 960, 963, 964, 966, 984, 1026,
1028, 1020, 1030, 1031, 1032, 1036
Mr. Pomeroy..................... 1029, 1030
Mr. Ramsey.........................846, 878,
960,951, 964, 965, 1029, 1030, 1036
Mr. Saulsbury............................ 1028
Mr. Sherman..............................960,
961, 962, 1028, 1030, 1037
Stewart........... ---..................965,
1025, 1027, 1028, 1029, 1031
Mr. Sumner.........................846, 847,
878, 879, 951, 952, 953, 959, 960,
964, 965, 966, 1026, 1027, 1028, 1029
Mr. Thayer. ::..................960, 964, 965
Mr. Trumbull...
Mr. Williams - - -------- 846, 953
yeas and nays on the 028, 1030, 1037
bill (S. No. 296) in addition to an act enti.
tled “An act regulating the '-[By Mr.
Patterson, of New Hampshire.j
reported, 787.
Territorial officers, bill (S. No. 581) to provide
for to election of certain, by the people–
[By Mr. Fowler.]
referred, 3580.
Territories, the Committee on................... 10
instructions to ......... “................... 10, 845
reports from .............. 188,999, 1117, 1621,
1659, 2594,2623, 3213, 8463, 3814
discharged from subjects. ... 1742, 1807, 3629
Territories, bill (S. No. 571) to provide for
the more economical administration of
the government of the several, of the
United States—[By Mr. Yates.]
*::::: 8504; reported, 3814; called up,
52.
bill (H. R. No. 1458) to provide for the
more economical administration of the
government of the several, of the United
States.
received from House, 1454; called up
4459, 4502; tabled, 4503. *

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remarks by—
Mr. Buckalew................... ... 4502
Mr. Drake............................. 4502
Mr. Harlan........................4.53, 4502
Mr. Ramsey......4452, 4459, 1503, jo

Mr. Sherman.................... 5
it. W.o.o.
Testimony, bill (S. No. 408) in relation to, in
the Court of Claims—[By Mr. Drake.]
referred, 1487; reported and indefinitely
postponed, 1887.
exas—see Reconstruction.
bill (S. No. 417) to amendan act proposing
to the State of the establishment of her
northern and western boundaries, &c.,
and to establish a territorial overn-
ment for New Mexico—[By Mr. ates.]
reported, 1669; discussed, 8788; passed,
3734; passed House, 4454; enrolled,
4501; approved, 4517.
In House; received from Senate, 3762;
passed, 4490; enrolled, 4496.

Thanks of Congress, joint resolution (S. R.
No. 127) expressive of the, to Dr. Isaac
I. Hays—[By Mr. Wilson.]
referred, 2030; committee discharged, 4264.
concurrent resolution tendering the, to Hon.
Edwin M. Stanton, late Secretary of
War—[By Mr. Edmunds, May 28, 1868.]
laid over, 2625; discussed, 2727; adopted,
2736; concurred in by House, 3316.
In House: , received from Senate, 2753;
concurred in, 8311.
resolution directing the Secretary to com-
munisate to Hon. Edwin M. Stanton the
resolution presenting to him the [By
Mr. Edmunds, June 22, 1868.]
adopted, 3848.

Thatcher, Rear Admiral H. K., joint resolu.

tion (S. R. No. 70) authorizing, to o:
a decoration from the king of the Ha.
waiian Islands—[By Mr. Conness.]
read, 1; referred, 10; reported, 120; passed,
128; passed House, 346; enrolled, 384,
403; approved, 472.
In IIouse : received from Senate, 144;
passed, 862; enrolled, 388.
Thayer, John M., a Senator from Nebraska, 1
petitions presented by..........................10,
872, 470, 625, 880, 921, 1094,
1142, 2237, 2435, 2995,3462, 3628
bills introduced by—
No. 173—for relief of Aña M. Rolas y Ro-
baldo, widow of Francisco Robaldo, 63
No. 192—to incorporate the Potomac
Navigation and Transportation Com-
pany of the District of Columbia....164
No. 193—to ineorporate the Washington
City Insurance Company............... 164
No. 21.1—to amend an act entitled “A.”
act to provide for a district and circuit
court of the United States for the dis.
trict of the State of Nebraska........242
No. 240--to amend section thirteen of an
act entitled “An act to increase and fix
the military peace establishment of the
United States”............................43
No. 248—to reduce the number of major
enerals and brigadier generals in the
rmy of the United States............ 491
No. 249—to extend the provisions of an
act to enable the State of Arkansas
and other States to reclaim the swamp
lands within their limits to the State of
Nebraska...........................: 491
No. 278—to provide for the appointmen; of
a marshal for District of Columbia, 708
No. 200—respecting the even-numbero
sections of the public lands along the
lines of the Pacific railroads --------o
No. 826—amending an act entitled “An
act for the removal of the Winnebago In-
dians, and for sale of their reservation in
Minnesota for their benefit”...........981
No. 397—to dissolve the Indian peace
commission erected by act of Congres:
of July 20, 1867.....................:”;1494
No. 404—to abolish the office of Adjo:
tant General of the Army............ 1515
No. 481—to confirm the title to certo
lands in the State of Nebraska.....24%
No. 512—granting land to Iowa and §
souri State Line Railroad Company,278
No. 579—to establish a new land distrio
in the State of Nebraska............. i.
No. 640—to provide for the payment o
subsistence furnished for the Neo:
'oï -----à." 43
joint resolution introduced by-, .
J No. 91-for the relief of M. F. Shinn.6%
resolutions submitted E. -
inquiring whether Edmund Cooper.”
sumed the duties of Assistant so
of the Treasury upon the 80th of so
vember, and if o: what law 1
December 2, 1867]..........:::::::::::::"
no. Committee on Public Lands o
inquire if any further legislation * i.
cessary to cause the public lands in the
State of Nebraska along the line of to
Union Pacific railway to be restor. t-
market for homesteads and actual o
tlements—[January 13, 1868].......”.”

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Thayer, John M., a Senator from Nebraska

Continued.

resolutions submitted bycalling for information in reference to James A. Seddon, late Secretary of War of the so-called confederate States, and the number of Union prisoners who died in rebel prisons from cruelties while the said James A. Seddon was Secretary of War—[January 21, 1868]........... 650 requesting the return of the resolution passed January 21, 1868, in relation to the pardon of James A. Seddon-IJanuary 22, 1868] 678 instructing Committee on the District of Columbia to inquire whether the Wash: ington Gas-light Company have forfeited their charter, and what further legislation is necessary to secure to the city the means of highting it in a suitable manner—[February 6, 1868].........999 calling for information in relation to losses of supplies—[June 25, 1868]........3463 reports made by.............................. 2259, - 3146, 3566, 8957, 4096, 4439 motions made by...............491, 1621, 1775, . ..., 1809,2288, 3629, 3646, 3860, 4246 incidental remarks by........................ 297, 471, 491, 678, 703, 1413, 1464, 1622, 2144, 2191, 2235, 2287, 2759, 2760, 8483, 8628, 4351, 4440, 4459 remarks on the bill to repeal the eotton tax, - 305, 306, 354 on the bill for the relief of Robert M. Pat.

**:::::::::::::::....................491, 778 on the bill in addition to the tenure-of. office act........................ 960, 964, 965

on the resolution of inquiry concerning the Gaslight Company in Washington * “o::::::::::::::::::.....................999

* Military Academy appropriation "“.........................

*the rules for the court of impeachment,

- - - 1523 * the organization of the Senate as a “ourt of impeachment.................. 1678 "the consular and diplomatic bill, 1729, - 1785 on the resolution providing tickets to the "peachment trial....................... 1777 "...he bill granting pensions to B. and C. Edwards******** ----------------------. . . . . . 1846 * * bill to facilitate the payment of soldiers' bounties......... 1788

*** civil appropriation bill...2144, 3632

* the supplementary bi *ional . ------- .*.*

on the bill Providing for the expenses of

On t "peachment trial.........2302,2303 26 **olution for a recess until May

...” “:'': “...........................2498 *the resolution of thanks to Edwin M *:::....................... 2734

mit Arkansas to repreogress..................2697 admit North Carolina, o'-o'--------..............2869, 2980 *** Relating to contested election. On th *ington city.............. 3.120, 3121 ..olentials of Senators from Åk. on the ii is . .”.” 8387 end the act f

*"oval of the Sioux i...". On th *_1 - . - 3504, 3505 On . . appropriation biii.;i. On the i. admit Colorado.3546,3547 * appropriation bill..... 8570,

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Thayer, John M., a Senator from Nebraska–
Continued.
remarks on the bill to reduce the military
peace establishment of the United States,
- 4244, 4246
on the bill granting a pension to the widow
of General Richardson.........4251, 4269
on the resolution relating to the pay of
southern Senators....... 4454, 4456, 4461
Thomas, Caroline E., bill 'S. No. 421) grant-
ing a pension to—[By Mr. Van Winkle.]
reported, 1694; passed, 1842; passed House,
31.19; enrolled, 3130; approved, 3818.
In House : received from Senate, 1859; re-
ferred, 1869; reported and passed, 8104;
enrolled, 3144.
Thomas, Philip F., a Senator-elect from Mary-
land, report on the credentials of........ 243
resolution that, be admitted to his seat on
taking the oaths prescribed by the Con-
stitution and laws of the United States—
[By Mr. Johnson, December 18, 1867.]
read and printed, 243; discussed, 320,
632, 658, 678; motion to take up, 880,
923, 1127; discussed, 1144, 1165, 1205,
1282, 1260; rejected, 1271.
resolution that, cannot be admitted to take
the oaths of office required by the Con-
stitution and laws—[By Mr. Sumner,
February 13, 1868.]
read and discussed, 1145.
letter of January 11, 1881, resigning seat in
President Buehanan's Cabinet......... 1150
resolution that, is not entitled to take the
oath of office, or to hold a seat in this
body as Senator; and that the Presi-
dent pro tempore of the Senate inform
the Governor of the State of Maryland
of the action of the Senate in the prem-
ises—[By Mr. Drake, February 19,
1868.]
adopted, 1271.
remarks by— -
Mr. Anthony...... 662, 1156, 1177, 1242
Mr. Buckalew.....................682, 683,
684, 1149, 1156, 1166, 1167
its, iii., ii., §,'o';

Mr. Cameron..................... 1243, 1270 Mr. Cole........................... 1177, 1205 Mr. Conkling...................... ------- 326, 327, 680, 1293, 1264, 1268 Mr. Conness........................ 657, 680, 1148, 1176, 1200, 1242, 1265, 1266, 1267, 1268, 1269, 1271 Mr. Corbett....................... 1155, 1156 Mr. Davis................... 661, 1207, 1266 Mr. Doolittle......329, 662, 678,679,680 Mr. Drake........................ ......... 321, 829, 680, 1148, 1152, 1175, 1206,

1234, 1235, 1236, 1264, 1268, 1271 Mr. Edmunds.................. .....323, 326, 327, 329,634, 635, 658, 679,.684,.686, 1149, 1152, 1167, 1206, 1207, 1210 Mr. Ferry.................. 1148, 1235, 1269 Mr. Fessenden...........................684, 685,686, 1148, 1205,1242, 1243, 1267 Mr. Fowler................ 1174, 1176, 1210

Mr. Frelinghuysen................. 634, 635
Mr. Grimes........................ 1207, 1268
Mr. Hendricks......... . ......682,

634, 1206, 1207, 1209, 1210
Howard........ ........821, 323, 825,
326, 635, 653, 659, 683, 685, 1148,
1169, 1170, 1234, 1235, 1236, 1242,
1243, 1260, 1261, 1262, 1263, 1268
Howe, 325, 326, 327, 328,329, 330,
1242, 1263, 1264, 1265, 1267, 1271
. Johnson.................243, 820, 821,
823, 330, 632, 655, 662, 679,
685, 880, 923, 1127, 1177, 1232,
1237, 1268, 1269, 1270, 1271
Mr. Morrill, of Maine............ 658, 659
Mr. Morton................... 27, 330, 654,
655, 1147, 1172, 1209, 1210, 1268
Mr. Pomeroy..................... 1206, 1242
Mr. 1156
Mr. Sherman 634,
1127, 1153, 1169, 1205, 1242, 1248
. Stewart............826, 827, 829, 880,
660, 661, 1173, 1237, 1241, 1242

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Thomas, Philip F., a Senator-elect from Maryland—Continued. resolution that, is not entitled to take the oath of office, or to hold a seat in this body as a Senator, &c. remarks byMr. Sumner................................821, 326, 635, 679, 680, 1144, 1145, 1148, 1206, 1209, 1260, 1263, 1265, 1258 Mr. Tipton, 681, 1175, 1176, 1177, 1242 Mr. Trumbull................828, 329, 830, 686, 1146, 1147, 1148, 1232, 1234, 1235, 1236, 1261, 1262, 1263, 1269 Mr. Williams..............................656 657, 658, 1148, Mr. Wilson........................ 1210, 1243 Mr. Yates..................1153, 1167, 1168 yeas and nays on the....................... 1271 Thompson, Hampton, bill (H. R. No. 822) granting a pension to. received from House, 1468; referred, 1464; reported, 1669; passed with amendment, 3322; agreed to by House, 8389; enrolled, 9

3389. Tibbetts, Samuel, bill (H. R. No. 396) for the relief of. received from House, 3749; referred, 3767; reported, 4450; passed, 4460. Tift, Nelson, bih (H. R. No. 1459) to relieve, of Georgia, from disabilities. received from House, 4517; passed, 4617; enrolled, 4517. Timber, resolution making inquiry as to any order adopted prohibiting the individuals of the Oneida tribe of Indians from cutting and removing, from the common lands of the tribe-sby Mr. Howe, June 23, 1868.] agreed to, 3176. Tipton, Thomas W., a Senator from Ne: braska............................................. 1 petitions presented by......62,372,552, 649, 765, 980, 998, 1203, 1870, 1741, 2176 bills introduced by— No. 298—granting lands to aid in the construction of a railroad from Browns. ville, in the State of Nabraska, to intersect the Union Pacific railroad at or near the one hundredth meridian west longitude ............* ----------------------- 816 No. 872—granting lands to aid in the construction of a railroad from Browns: ville, Nebraska, and for aiding other railroads in the State of Nebraska to intersect the Union Pacific railroad, 1257 No. 467—to confirm an entry of land by Moses F. Shinn..........................2176 No. 631—granting inds to aid in the con: struction of a railroad from Nebraska City, in the State of Nebraska, to inter: sect with the Union Pacific railroad, 4197 resolution submitted byinstructing Committee on Territories to inquire into the expediency of making certain amendments to the organic act of New Mexico—[December 3, 1867], 10 reports made by........2176,2856, 8857, 4264 motions made by....... -- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 1117 incidental remarks by, 1729, 1790, 2224,4181 remarkson deficiency bill (H.R. No.818), 275 on the case of Hon. Philip F. Thomas, 681, 1175, 1176, 1177, 1242 on su plementary reconstruction bill (FI.

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Tipton, Themas W., a Senator from Ne- Treasury Department, eans for information

unon ------------------------ io, 68,79, 98,218,

braska—Continued. p -

remarkson the Indian appropriation bill,4119 453,471, 491, 722, so 921, 22. 1123,

on the Ohio river bridge bill............4286 1904, 1871, 1515, 1694, 1949. 2176, 3710

on the credentials of Federick A. Saw: communications from.....195, 343, 625, 980,

yer....:::::::::::: ------------- ------------- ..4319 io94, iiga, 1287, 1849, loo

on the bill for the relief of Joseph so 1993, 2237,2505, 2518, 2569 410

Title, bill (H.R. No. 894) confirming, to Little in the Court of Claims...:::::::::::: Rock island, in the Mississippi river. in relation to action in caso of claims for received from House, 1792; referred, 1702; captured and abandoned proporty.o: reported, $566. proceeds thereof.......:----o-o: ...625 bül (H.R. No. 668) explanatory of the ac, in reference to salary of the Governor of entitled “An act declaring the, to land Idaho............ --------- *******"...'" ... 1717 warrants in certain cases.” remonstrating against repeal of the tax on received from House, 3907; referred, 3608. manufactures..........----------- “:”:''''''' Titles, bill (H. R. No. 337) quieting doubts in transmitting statement of recoP" and relation to the validity of the to four tracts expenditures, &c.......: “” 916 of land in the State of Missouri. in relation to deficiency in the appropo”. received from House, 2305; referred, 2506. tion for collecting the revenue from cusTobacco–see Revenue. toms ... ----------------- .............” Todd, James S., bill (H. R. No. 523) granting concerning the return of certain o 6

a pension to. received from House, 731; referred, 764

reported, 1811; passed with amendment

3318; enrolled, 3688.

; in relation to the claim of R. P. Parrott, y 3243 submitting reexamination of estimates,

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the relief of.

in reference to expenses for the pro. 363.

received from House, 652; referred, 674; tion of claims...........: ---------------- 632 reported, 3629; passed, 3713; enrolled, in reference to building for custom-house, 3748. &c., at Portland, Oregon.------------ 3635 Tonnage fees, joint resolution (H. R. No. 338) in relation to the further issue of teno. exonerating certain vessels of the United rary loan certificates...: .......... 3858 sos from the payment of, to consular bill (s. No. 235) to reorganize the LBy Mr. agents in Canada. "essenden.] received from House, 8984; referred, 4034; referred, 553.

reported, 4146; passed, 4100, 4101; * rolled, 4210.

|| Treaties, joint resolution (H. R. No. 313) respecting, hereafter to be made between

Toombs, Robert, letter of in reference to to United States and the Indian, too:

proceedings of a Cincinnati convention

* received from House, 8551: referred, 3352.

- - 819, 1081 bill (H. R. No. 1206) to restore to certain Towns, bill (S. No. 188) for the relief of, in parties their rights under the laws and,

the state of Nevada—[By Mr. Nyel referred, 12.0; reported. 21.1 : discussed, 319 passed, 405; passed House with amend ments,2858; concurred in, 2800; enrolled 2001; approved, 2925.

of the United States.

; received from House, 308s; referredo
- referred anew, 3814; reported, 4197;
y discussed, 4301.
Treaty, resolution, directing Committee on

In House; received from Senate, 4223 ro Foreign Relations to o into the ex

ferred, 991; reported and recommitted

* pediency of a, between the United States

1682; reported and passed with amend. " and the Dominion of Canada containing

ment, 2835; agreed to by Senate, 2879 enrolled, 2886. remarks by

Mr. Edmunds............... ... so "... 880; adopted o

- Mr. toiling ---- ... | Truax, George, bol (H. R. No.256) granting

* Mr. Conness.......................... 320, 405 a pension to, late a private in company H,

* -- Mr. Harlan........................... $20,405 first regiment Virginia volunteers.

* Mr. Pomeroy..................:::::: ; ;| received from Housto reforred, 2935 ; §: šov-----819, 320, 405, 2860 * 3814; passed, 4363; enrolled,

r. Morrill, of Vermont.................4 -

M. willions............ ; : Truo Mo Jobil (H. R. No. 886)

Trade, bill (S. No. 206) to regulate the foreign and coasting, on the northern, northeast:

orian specified provisions- [By Mr. Ramsey, December 9, 1857.) laid over, 7.9; substitute read and printed,

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for the relief of. received from House and referred, 39.17; reported, 4145; passed, 4867; enrolled,

ern, and northwestern frontiers of the Uni- 4442

ted States—[By Mr. Chandler.]

, referred, 625; reported, 2030; discussed, Trumbull, Lyman, a Senator from Illinois...1

* 2144, 2653,2790; passed, 2792.

petitions presented by:::::::::::::: 38, 163, 433,

In House: received from Senate, 2812; re- 490, 552, 649, 674, 998, 1094, 1162, 1203,

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1403, 1741, iii.5, 1834, 1919, 2; 2. 2556, 2758, 3115, 3566, 3671, 8988, 4024

United States and the British North bills introduced by—

* Provinces—[By Mr. Ram- No. o: so referred, 3540. No. 171—to carry into effect a judgment Transportation of troops, resolution calling for |- ..",". of Claims in favor of the a statement showing the comparative rates N. ... "...'. o --------- .....68 now paid by the United States for the, of the F corporate the congregation and military stores to certain railroad e First Presbyterian church of

companies—[By Mr. Wilson, February

13, 1868.] agreed to, 1143.

Traveling expenses, joint resolution (S. R. No.

Washington................. ---------- ......843 No. 352—to authorize the temporary sup

}. of vacancies in the Executive epartments..............................1142

140) relating to, of California and Nevada No. 303—defining the jurisdiction of the

volunteers—[By Mr. Cole.] referred, 2789.

courts of the United States in certain Cà8éS......... . ..................... 1204

Travis, Michael, bill (H. R. No. 1236) grant. No. 393—to authorize the construction of

ing a pension to the minor children of.

received from House and referred, 3119 ; to reported, 8900; passed, 4865; enrolled,

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a bridge over the Mississippi river, in Madison county, State of Illinois...1404 No. 402—for the removal of causes in cer. tain cases from the State'eourts to the United States courts........ ------------ 1487

communication in relation to cotton eases 378

Trumbull, Lyman, a Senator from IllinoisContinued. bills introduced byNo. 464—in relation to the qualification of jurors.....:-------- .....................2114 No. 472–supplementary to ano entitled to act to allow the United States to prosecute appeals and writs of error without giving security”..............2240 No. 509–in addition to anot passed March 26, 1804, entitled “An act in oãon to an act entitled. An act for the punishment of certain crimes against to tinited States?”::::::::::::::::::* joint resolutions introduced byNo. 83–for the appointo of Regents of the smithsonian Institution-o-o: No. 132-authorizing the Secretary of was so furnish supplies to an explosing expedition.------ ........................??40 resolutions submitted bycalling for certain information ...; to release of captured and abandon property by the Secro of the Treasury—[December 9, 1807]....” directing the Attorney General to inform the sonate the amount paid so. special counsel to assist in cases before the Supreme Court for theyears ending June 30, 1865, June 30, 1890, and June 30, 1867; and the amount paid for the years ending June 30, *. June 30, 1866, and June 30, 1867, for assistance rendered

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THE CONGRESSIONAL GLOBE.

CLXXXIII

Trumbull, Lyman, a Senator from IllinoisContinued. remarks on the joint resolution in relation to the District jail...........296, 298,299 on the case of Hon. Philip F. Thomas, 828, 829, 330, 686, 1146, 1147, 1148, 1232, 1234, 1235, 1236, 1261, 1262, 1263, 1269 on the bill to incorporate the First Pres: byterian church...........................-848 on the bill (S. No. 228) for the further security of equal rights in the District

of Columbia..................... ...........846 on the resolution relating to southern State governments.............. ..........884

in relation to the premature publication of a committee report..................472 on the order of business...504, 554, 1811, 1758, 1807, 1865, 2114, 2656. 2657, - 2772, 2004, 3239, 3569, 8570, 4447 on deficiency bill (H.R. No. 320)......562 on the joint resolution in relation to the maritime exhibition at Havre........677, 731, 732, 767, 768 on supplementary reconstruction bill (H. R. No. 439)........701, 707, 709, 710, 711 on the bill for the relief of Robert M. Patton....... ...................................707 on the bill in addition to the tenure-ofoffice act............................. .846, 966 on the bill for the protection of parties making disclosures as witnesses...... 951 on the La Crosse bridge bill...... ... ... 1037 on the bill for the relief of the heirs of General Richardson.................... 1096 on the bill in relation to the promulgation of thos................................1126 on the bill for supplying vacancies in the Executive Departments............... 1142, 1163, 1164, 1165, 4025, 4070, 4095 * reconstruction bill (H. T

0.214)...................... 1204, 1288,

1289, 1290, 1291, 1292, 1312, 1814, 1315, 1316, 1410, 1411, ... 1412, 1413, 1414, 1415, 1417 **bill, regulating the presentation of bills to the President........... 1372, 1373 on the bill for the surrender of criminals, 1430, 1431 on the rules for the court of impeach. "...o. 1529, 1530, 1531 **consular and diplomatic bill...1757, - 1785, 1786 **bill granting pensions to B. and C. Edwards.........si: o bill for the relief of Asbury Dick. o******* ------------- . . . . . . 1863, 1864 o: $9 remove political disabilities . o R. Butler......1940, 1977, 1978, i.o.o.o. 3038 so |to exempt certain manufactures On qu *::::::::::... 1991, 2161, 2191, 2221 . o relating to impeachment proo "#".................... -------- 2008, 2069 ‘hilltoamendtheindiciarya.goog, on the billino, #15, 21%. 2126 *i. * relation to the qualification onto.o.o. #5, #1. On the o *ppropriation bill...2156, 2252 co o Provide for appeals from the o"...mozis...}idizio, 32; *olution to admit to the floor of

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Continued. -
remarks on the House joint resolution re-
lating to the Michigan and Wisconsin
land grants................... --------- ....2509
on the deficiency bill (S. No. 170.2512
on the bill to incorporate the National
Life Insurance Company............2514,
2516, 2517
on the bill relating to Point Sal harbor,
2559, 2560
on the joint resolution for furnishing sup-
plies to an exploring expedition...2563,
- 2564, 2565
on the resolution for printing the report
of J. Ross Browne.................. ... 2569
on the Central Pacific railroad bill...2594
on the bill for the sale of the Umatilla
reservation................: ---------.......2597
on the bill to amend the jail act........2625
on the bill to regulate the coasting trade,
- 2655, 2656
on the bill in relation to the Northern
Pacific railroad........................... 2000
on the resolution of thanks to Edwin M.
Stanton............................ .2730, 2735
on the bill to admit North Carolina, &c.,
2759, 2858, 2860, 2000, 2930, 2931,
2032, 2033, 2034, 2066, 2967, 2009, 3007,
8008, 3009, 3013, 3018, 3023, 3029, 3406
on the supplementary bill concerning
national banks........ .... 2764, 3088, 31.63
on the bill to continue the Freedmen's
Bureau..............................2709, 2770
on the bill to provide a temporary govern:
ment for the Territory of Wyoming, 2802
on the eight-hours labor bill............2803
on the legislative appropriation bill, 2856,
3351, 3361, 3396, 3430, 3433,
3434, 3436, 3437, 3438, 3439,
3467, 3468, 3469, 3470, 3471,
3475, 3476, 3506, 3507, 3509,
3511, 3518, 3519, 3522, 3523
on the bill for the relief of certain con-
tractors for vessels.................... .2025,
2960, 2961, 2962, 2963
on the joint resolution to authorize a trans-
fer of a suit to the Federal courts...2026
on the joint resolution for the relief of
certain contractors..............8115, 3149
on bill to relieve certain citizens of North

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on the bill concerning district judges, 3566,
- 3767, 3768, 3769, 3770
on the credentials of the Senators from
Florida.............. 3599, 3601, 3602, 8606
on the Electoral College resolution, 8030,
8870, 3919, 3921, 3922, 3923, 3925, 3966

erty of married women in the District of Columbia.............. ------- 3715, 4070 on the bill in regard to a bridge at Fort Leavenworth..............................87% on bill prescribing an oath of office, 3733 on the bill to amend the organic act of the Territory of New Mexico.............. 3734 on the bill for the relief of the Mount Ver: non Association...........................87% on the tax bill (H. R. No. 1284)2.8744. 3745, 3750, 3773, 3776 on the bill for the further issue of tempo: rary loan certificates...3837, 3838, 3903, 4025,4026,4027,4029,4030,4031,4146 on the bill in relation to suits against corporations...........3983, 4197, 4198; 41.99 on the bill for funding the national debt, 4038, 4039 on the deficiency bill (H. R. No. 1841); 4163, 4164 on the resolution relating to the pay of southern Senators, 4206,4459,4460,4401 on the eredentials of Frederick A. Saw:

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Umatilla reservation—see Resercation. Uniform, resolution calling for correspondence with persons in the diplomatic service relating to the act of March 27, 1867, prohibiting them from wearing any, not reviously authorized by Congress—[By sr. Anthony, May 28, 1808.] agreed to, 2624. Union chapel—see Church. Union Pacific Railroad Company—see Rail... road Company. United States Express Company, bill (S. No. o: the relief of the—[By Mr. Morall. referred, 3275.

Usury laws, bill (S. No. 362) to amond the,

of the District of Columbia—[By Mr. Harlan.] referred, 1204; reported, 1311.

V.

Vacancies, resolution directing the Committee

on the Judiciary to inquire into the expediency of repealing or modifying the act temporarily to supply, in the Executive Departments in certain cases—[By Mr. Fessenden, February 5, 1808.] agreed to, 981. bill (S. No. 352) to authorize the temporary supplying of in the Executive Departménts—[By Mr. Trumbull.] reported, 1142; discussed, 1163; passed, 1165; passed House with amendment, 3770; referred, 3771; reported, 3983; concurred in with amendment, 4025; conference, 4039, 4070; conference report, 4095; concurred in by Senate, 4095; new coaference, 4147; conference report, 4159; concurred in by Senate, 4159; by House, 4275; enrolled, . 4282; approved, 4403. In House: received from Senate, 1183 referred, 1769; substitute reported and passed with amendment, 8765; agreed to by Senate with amendment, 4061 ; disagreed to by House, 4062; conference, 4062, .4082; conference report, 4133; agreed to by Senate, 41335 discussed, 4133; disagreed to by House, 4135; new conference, 4135,4182; con: ference report, 4250; agreed to by Sen. . . ate, 4217 discussed, 4259,4261, 4263; 4295; report agreed to by House, 4295; by Senate, 4302; enrolled, 4806. remarks byMr. Conkling...... 1165, 4025, 4147, 41.59 Mr. Davis................ ..................1103

Mr. Edmunds.. ...............~4025 Mr. Fessenden. ... 1163, 1164, 1155 ... Mr. Howe...::... ... 1163, 1164, 116 Mr. Trumbull............................114% 1163, 1164, 1165, 4025, 4079,4095 Mr. Williams..............------- 1164, 4025

H. R. No. 1395) granting a pension to, widow of Charles f. Wan Gildar, deceased, late a private * company M, first regiment Vermont heavy

tillery volunteers.

o: '. House and referred, 3917; reported, 4197; passed, 4968; enrolled, 4443.

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No. 283—to further amend an act entitled
“An act to provide a national currency
secured by a pledge of United States
bonds, and to provide for the circula-
tion and redemption thereof'......... 722

No. 280–granting a pension to Michael
Hennessy, of Platte county, Mino;

No. 281-granting a pension to Anne
Dycher, widow of Mathew D. Dycher,

721 No. 282—granting a pension to Annie E.

Dixon..................................... 721 No. 291—granting a pension to Ann Kelley, widow of Bernard Kelley......... 786 to Maria

No. 292—granting a pension
Rastery.......................................786
No. 315–-granting a pension to Marquis
D. L. Mitchell, of the Creek nation of
Indians....................................... 981
No. 31.9—granting a pension to Bridget
W. McGrorty and the minor children
of William B. McGrorty, deceased, 981
No. 822-granting a pension to Sherman
H. Cowles................................... 981
No. 328-granting a pension to Michael
Kelley..................................... 981
No. 832-granting a pension to John W.
Harris............................... 1026
No.337-granting a pension to John II.
Finlay..................................... 1070
No. 889-granting a pension to Sarah
Webb, widow of William It. Webb, and
her minor child.......................... 1070
No. 341-granting a pension to John W.
Salyers, a soldier of the war of 1812,
1070
No. 842-granting a pension to Thomas
Stewart.....................................1070
No. 844-granting a pension to Caroline
... and Margaret Swartwout.............. 1070
No. 839-granting a pension to Louisa
Fitch, widow of E. P. Fitch, deceased,
1162
No. 881-granting a pension to Edward
Hamel, minor child of Edward Hamel,
decoased................................ 1311
No.88%-granting a pension to John A.
Weed and Elizabeth J. Weed, minor
children of Robert T. Weed, deceased,

- 1311 No. 419-granting a pension to Mary Atkinson........... ....... 1694

No. 420-granting a pension to james A.

. Guthrie................................ 1694 No. 4.-granting a pension to Čaroline B. Thomas............................. 1694

No. 422-granting a pension to Maria
Schweitzer and the children of Con.
Schweitzer, deceased...................1694
No. 423–granting a pension to James
Jackson....... ** ********* ---------......... 1694
No. #}}-granting a pension to Bartlet
*d Carrie Edwards, children of David
W. Edwards, deceased **------------... 1694
No. 425-granting a pension to George
Bennett - 1694
No. 437-granting a pansion to Elizabeth
J. Miller, widow of General John Mil.
No. 494-granting a pension to Elizabeth
Steepleton, widow of Harrison W.
Steepleton, deceased..............2633 -
No. 49%-granting a pension to Riley H.

Smith.
‘’’ ‘’’. ‘’’’’ ‘’’’-------............. 2688
No. 498-grafting a pension to Anna M
Howard..................". 2688

No. 499-granting a pension to the wi
- id
and child of Martin Whitt, do.

- - 2689 No. 500-granting a pension to Lucinda | R. Johnson.............. 2689 |

reports made by......219, 721, 722, 786, 980,

motions made hy.....1070, 1694, 1703, 1886,

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No. 518–granting a pension to the widow
and child of John P. Felty...........2922
No. 519—granting a pension to Emma M.
Moore............... .......................2922
No. 520–granting a pension to Martha
Stout.............................. ---------- 2932
No. 521—granting a pension to the chil-
dren of William M. Wooten, deceased,

2922
No. 545—granting a pension to Hannah
Cook........................................ 81.45
No. 547—granting a pension to John
Sheets............ ........................... 31.45

No. 548—granting a pension to Almanda
Stackhouse and the children of Parks
J. Stackhouse, deceased.........# ão:
No. 597—granting a pension to Rebecca
C. Meeker.................................8767
No. 633–granting a pension to Nancy

Smith....................................... 4.228
No. 634–granting a pension to Violet
Henry...................................... 4228

No. 817-granting an increase of pension
to Sylvanus Blodget, of Jericho, Chit-

tenden county, Vermont............... 981 No. 882-granting an increase of pension to Obadiah T. Plum.................... 1311

No. 549-granting an increase of pension
to Catharina Eckhardt.................2146
No. 630-granting an increase of pension

to Nancy A. Stocks.................... 419.7 No. 314—for the relief of George T. Brien, 980

No. 816—for the relief of Rebecca V.
Senor, mother of James H. Senor, de-
censed 981
No. 318—for the relief of Charlotte Posey,

widow of Sebastian R. Posey......... 981 No. 820-for the relief of George Lynch, a soldier of the war of 1812........... 981

No. 321—for the relief of Mrs. Mary
Gaither, widow of Wiley Gaither, de.
•eased....................................... 981
No. 888—for the relief of Julia M. Molin.
1028

No. 888—for the relief of William Blake,
a soldier of the war of 1812...........1070
No. 840—for the relief of Thomas Chit.
tenden..................................... 1070
No. 848—for the relief of W. G. Cum.
*gs....................................... 1070
No. 427–for the relief of the widow and
children of John W. Jameson, deceased,
742

No. 434—for the relief of Elizabeth Barker,
widow of Alexander Barker, deceased,

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resolution calling for the names of of als
kinds purchased or hired by the War
Department during the late war of rebel:
hion, the tonnage, amount paid, &c.-
[By Mr. Davis, January 20, 1868.]
agreed to, 625.
resolution inquiring the amount of compen:
sation paid to agents by the War Depart-
ment for the purchasing, chartering,
hiring, or employing of from the 4t
#. 1861, to the present time—[By
Mr. Davis, February 6, 1868.]
laid over, 999, 1071. -
remarks by—
Mr. Anthony
Mr. Cameron
Mr
Mr.
Mr. Edmunds..................
Mr. Grimes............ -----------
Mr. Howard..............................” -

bill §: No. 873) to amend an act entitled

‘An act to provide for recording ..." conveyances of,” approved July 29, 1850–IBy Mr. Hendricks.] - d referred, 1257; reported, 1807; passed, 1940. In House; received from Senate, 1909; referred, 2029.

bill (s. No. 451) allowing drawbacks on

articles used in the construction of
[By Mr. Fessenden.]
read, 2009.

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