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No. 1450—for the more speedy reorganization of the States of Virginia, Missis. - sippi, and Texas........................4416 t No. 1451—for the relief of John H. Osler, of Guernsey county, Ohio............ 4428 joint resolutions introduced by— No. 206—to restore the State of Alabama to representation in Congress........ 1217 No. 817-to admitkryolite into the United States free of duty....................... 3588 resolutions submitted by— authorizing Committee on Reconstruction to report immediately, and fixing a day for the consideration of the reconstruction bill—[January 18, 1868].........476 directing that the articles of impeachment ... agreed to by the House against Andrew Johnson, President of the United States, be carried to the Senate by managers appointed to conduct said impeachment—[March 8, 1868]................1642 authorizing the managers on the part of the House, in the matter of the impeachment of the President, to appoint a clerk and a messenger, to be paid at the usual rates, and to send for persons and papers—[March 3, 1868]........ 1642 that the House attend the managers to the Senate—[March 4, o, authorizing the managers on the part of the House, in the matter of the impeachment of the President, to sit durin the sessions of the House, and to ...; for persons and papers, administer oaths, and take the testimony of witnesses— [March 6, 1868]......................... 1706 i that the stenographers of the House attend the managers to the Senate to report the proceedings of the trial of the impeachment of the President, and that the same be printed by the Congressional Printer, &c.—[March 12, 1868], - * * 1861 directing the managers on the impeachment trial to investigate the means alleged to have been used corruptly to influence the determination of the Senate upon the articles of impeachment— [May 16, 1868]........................... 2503 assigning rooms. Nos. A and B, opposite the room of the solicitor of the Court of Claims in the Capitol, as guard-room and office for the Capitol police—"[May 28, 1868]...................................2648 directing that Charles W. Woolley be kept . . . until otherwise ordered in close confinement, until said Woolley shall fully answer the questions recited, and all questions put to him by the committee in relation to the subject of the investi• gations with which they are charged— -- fo. 28, 1868]...........................2651 discharging select committee on alleged corruption in the impeachment trial from further consideration of the subject—[July 25, 1868].................:4474 reports made by.............................. 1298, - 1540, 1706, 1906, 3090, 4491 motions made by...........815,664, 875,944, : 1109, 1540, 1706, 2581, 3174, 3255, 4345 incidental, remarks by...........310, 314,832, 420, 573, 644, 1198, 1861, 2508, 3197,

-8689, 4172, 4844, 4412,4477, 4479, 4491

Bingham, John A., a Representative from Ohio–Continued. . . . remarks on the bill to exempt cotton from internal tax...................................! * on the reconstruction bill (H. R. No. 214), 265, 266 on the bill relating to land grants to southern railroads........... .810, 875, 977, 970 on ałłowing a clerk to a committee.....315 on deficiency bill (H. R. No. 313)......316 on the sunplementary reconstruction bill (H. R. No. 439)....................476, 510, 511, 512, 513, 514, 515, 546, 583,584, 585, 586, 589, 639, 644, 646, 647, 664 on the bill defining a quorum of the Supreme Court............................... 480, 481,483, 484, 485, 486,487 on the censure of Hon. Fernando Wood, - 542 on the order of business, 592, 593,600, 1927 on the resolution concerning the arrest and trial of Stephen J. Meany.............945, on - - 946, 947, 948, 949 on the correspondence relating to the Sec. retary of War ...: on the bill granting pensions to the soldiers of 1812......................................1249 on the bill for the relief of W. W. Holden and others ......... - - - - - - - -- - - - - - - - - - - - - -... 1298, 1906, 1907, 1908, 1909, 1927, 1928, 1929 on the resolution reported from the Committee on Reconstruction for the in... peachment of the President......... 1339, * , 1840, 1341, 1842, 1846; 1399 on the bill for the relief of the heirs of

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* ation in Congress............'............2138, * * * * * * * * * * * 2209, 2211, 2212, 2213 *" on the bill to admit South Carolina, &c., to representation in Congress......2413, --- 2446, 2447,2462,2463,3090, 3091, --> 3092, 8098, 3094,3095, 3096, 3097 on the impeachment trial—alleged corrupt practices.................:::2503, 2504, 2505 on the case of Charles W. Woolley, a recusant witness............2581,2843. 2551, 2652,2670,2671,2673,2674, 2675,2676 on the resolution relating to a guard-room at the Capitol.....2643,2649, 2650, 2651 during call of the House, 2646,2649, 3255 on the clerks twenty per cent. resolution, - 3174, 3199.3238, 3255, 3.256 to on the river and harbor bill.............. 3202 on the funding bill................. 4185, 4186,

-- 4190. 4195; 4196, 4218, 4219,4220, 4221 “” on the resolution for an adjournment to - - - September..................:". . . . . ..4377,4411 on the reselution for an investigation of the disbursement of the contingent fund, - ***** ... . . . 4415, 4416 No. 1450),

*** s on the reconstruction bitt (H.R. • *... . . . . . . . . . 4416,4420, 44.21, 4422, 4423 on the bill relating to appeals and writs of error......... * - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 4431 leave of absence granted to, 2682,2778, 35.7 Birch, James H., contestant for a seat as a * Representative from Missouri............257 (See Contested Election) , - “remarks on the Missouri election...991, 899 resolution that, is not entitled to a seat in this House as a oo: from the sixth district of Missouri — [By Mr. Poland, December 18, 1867.] reported, 257; - discussed, 389, adopted, 403. - * resolution that there be paid to, of Missouri, $2,500 for time spent and expenses in: curred in prosecuring his claim to a seat

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Birch, James H., contestant for a seat as a Representative from Missouri-Continued. resolution to pay, $2,500 for expenses in prosecuting his claim to a seat as a Representative from Missouri – [By Mr. Upson, July 20, 1868.] rejected, 4253,4254. Blackburn, W. Jasper, a Representative from Louisiana............................... 4213,4215 Blackmer, Luke, bill (H. R. No. 592) to remove the political disabilities from, of Salisbury, South Carolina – [By Mr. Lynch.] referred, 838. Blaine, James G., a Representative from Maine........................ ...........: titions presented by................. 673, 1460 ills introduced by—No. 375—in relation to taxing shares of national banks................ ------------- 473 No. 376—for relief of certain officers, 473 No. 461-making an appropriation for rebuilding the United States military

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asylum at Togus, Maine............... ..635 No. 512-in relation to taxing shares in national banks............................ 698

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States....................................... 1418 No. 832-making appropriations for the service of the Post ce Department

during the fiscal year ending June 30, No. 840—to rebuild the levees on the east bank of the Mississi pi river and reclaim the land of the W. basin from overflow......................... ----------- 1630 joint resolution introduced by— No. 312—in relation to the pay of the Assistant Librarian of the House...3524 resolutions submitted byinstructing Committee on Naval Affairs to inquire what reduction may be effected in the number of officers and men em. ployed in the Navy by reducing our foreign squadrons to the number of ships and guns that were in service before the war—[December 16, 1867]............ 213 committing the subject of leasing the rest: urant and prescribing the rules under which it shall be kept to the Committee on Revisal and Unfinished Business, with full power to make such regulations as may to them seem expe: dient—[December 17, 1867].........282 calling for information in reference to seizures and to measures taken for the prevention and punishment of frauds upon the customs revenue-IJanuary 31, 1868]..............:------.......”.”...890 calling for correspondence in relation to the conferring upon Lieutenant General Sherman the brevet rank of general, as well as all correspondence in relation to the establishment of a new military division of the Allautic—[February 19, 1868].............................-------1286 in reference to the expense and practica: bility of converting the old Hall of Representatives into committee-rooms for the use of the committees of the House—[March 24, 1868]........... 2070 directing Committee on Appropriations to inquire into the expediency of defining more accurately the time and manner of carrying unexpended appropriations to the surplus fund and covering the same in the Treasury Department[April 9, 1868]..........................2289

Blaine, James G., a, Representative from Maine—Continued. resolutions submitted by— for a committee to attend the funeral of ex-President Buchanan—[June 1, 1868]..................- - - - - - - --------------- 2817 in reference to the action of the Mexican Government in establishing free ports at Matamoras and other points on the Rio Grande—[June 10, 1858]...... 2976 in reference to the salary of the Assistant Librarian—[June 22, 1868].........3346 in reference to a funding bill–July 1,

1868] ....................................... 3655 reports made by...... 1018, 1501, 1768,2872 motions made by............... 890, 936, 1112,

1280, 1283, 1298, 1302, 1330, 1484, 1619, 1761, 1760, 1791, 1902, 2070,2109, 2170, 2534, 2582, 2872, 3061, 3225, 3346, 3524 incidental remarks by...........156, 210, 232, 474, 505, 606, 637, 781, 801, 936, 1346, 1513, 1633, 1768, 1769, 1771, 1862, 1901, 1902, 1908, 1959,2070,2083,2571, 2756, 2872, 2976, 8846, 3365, 3376, 3524 remarks on the President's message...... 75, 76, 77, 98, 871, 469, 606,619, 624 on the order of business............593, 1706, 2239, 2585, 2574, 2943, 3145, 3346, 3658, 3707, 3708, 3723 on the bill in relation to taxing shares in national banks.......................698,802 on the bill to repeal the cotton tax...742,

743, 897 on the bill concerning land grants to southern railroads....................... 806,

810, 811, 838, 871, 979 on the resolution in reference to one of the justices of the Supreme Court...863, 864 on the resolution concerning the changing of bank securities........................986 on the Military Academy appropriation bill......... 993, 994, 995, 996, 997, 1021 on the Army appropriation bill, 1018, 1019, 1277, 1278, 1279, 1280, 1281, 1282, 1283, 1284, 1286, 1302, 1303, 1304, 1805, 1306, 1307, 1308, 2009, 2872 on the legislative appropriation bill, 1023, 1024, 1046, 1051, 1052, 1053, 1088, 1110, 1111, 1112, 1113, 1114, 1115, 1132, 1133, 1141, 3694, 3699, 3700, 3706, 3707, 3724, 3725 on the Kentucky election (case of Samuel

E. Smith).................. 1184, 1197, 1198 on the consular and diplomatic appropriation bill........... ............1201.

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on the bill providing for the prompt settlement of public accounts, 1772, 1773, 1774 on the bill to exempt certain manufactures from tax...................1795, 2230, 2231 on the amendment of the judiciary act, 1882, 1885 on the bill to continue the Freedmen's Bureau...................................... 1997 on the impeachment replication...... 2072. - 2073, 2078 on the Indian appropriation bill......2170, 217 1, 2175 on the Donnelly and Washburne controversy..............' ..........................2360 on the joint resolution for the protection of fishing vessels.........................2378 on the bill to admit Arkansas to represent

ation in Congress.......................2391, * * * . . . 2892, 2398, 2399,2811

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Blaine, James. G., a Representative from Maine–Continued. remarks on the resolution concerning a letter to Senator Henderson.............2498 on the resolution asking Senate for a copy of the impeachment proceedings...2532 on the Ladies' Mount Vernon Association..........................................2584 on the bill for relief of Palemon John, 2540 on the bill for the survey of certain Indian reservations....................... 3098, 3100 on the partial deficiency bill............. 2573 on the case of Charles W. Woolley, a recusant witness................2588, 2678, 2702, 2703, 2704, 2705, 2706, 2939 on the tax bill (H.R. No. 1000), 2610,2712, - 2838, 2843, 2844, 2845, 2846, 2847, 2850, 2851, 2854, 2855, 2878, 2889, 2890, 2891, 2954, 2979, 2980, 2985, 2988, 2990, 8038, 3049, 3050, 3065, 3073, 3111, 3112, 3113, 3114, 3135 on the bill to promote American com:

merce............ ... 2013, 3235, 3236, 3237 on the Ohio election (case of Delauo ps. Morgan)........................ ------------ 2784

on the resolution relating to the death of ex-President Buchanan, 2810,2811,2811 on the bill to improve the Mio

river......... . . . . . . . . ... -------------------on the resolution concerning the taxation of United States bonds................. 2936 on the bill to amend an act relating to the Illinois and St. Louis bridge......... 2974 on the river and harbor bill............ 3171

3203, 3558, 3593 on the clerks' twenty per cent resolu: tion........ -------------------- ........8159 on questions of finance..... 3412, 3413 during call of the House................}}}} on the tax bill (H. R. No. 1284)......84%| 3537, 3538 on the deficiency bill (H. R. No. 1341): 3725, 3726, 3729, 3781

leave of absence granted to........2291.87° Blair, Austin, a Representative from Mio gah ......... ------------------------------- A. petitions presented by............... ::::::::: 605,

y "..." ... 673, 1460, 1870, 2686, 2757, 4092

bill introduced by— No. 1135-extending the Portage lake and Lake Superior ship-canal to Keween* bay, providing for the right of way, and making a grant of land in the conso, tion of said extension........ ..........2750 incidental remarks by.........” 2049, 3690, 3762, 3704 remarks on the bill relating to land grano to southern railroads...........:840 °o on the resolution reported for the impeach ment of the President............ “:...1867 on printing the papers in the B. W. F. kins claim................ ........ “ 1707 on the amendment of the judiciary at of 1789........................ --- ---- ... 1 1. on financial questions......2045,2048.2% on the bill to prevent the further alo." 2383, 238

public lands......................." o on the tax bill (H. It. No. 1060)::::::”. 2931, 3070 on the river and harbor bill.........” 3211

on the bill to promote American, “... merce......................3229, 82% o * during call of the House...........“ 3416 on the bill for distributing the rewol. for capture of Jefferson Davis, 89*. :

on the purchase of Alaska.........“ (Not published.) 6 § so." ee mdiz.) on the s: bill...................” 48. on issues of the campaign-see Appo. leave of absence granted to........ 2072, 2288

Blair, William H., bill (H. R. No. 1182) gran" ing a pension to, late a private in o pany G, of the twelfth regiment of Main" volunteers—[By Mr. Miller.] reported and passed, 2009; passed Sena", 4395; enrolled, 4434; approved, 4498: In Senate; received from House, 29% referred, 2935; reported, 3867; passed, ... 4364; enrolled, 4448, a

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. Blake, F. N., bill (H.R. No. 1156) authorizin the Commissioner of the General Lan Office to issue a patent to, for one hundred and sixty acres of land in Kansas– [By Mr. Driggs.] reported and passed, 2829; passed Senate, 3852; enrolled, 3885; approved, 4004. In Senate: received from House, 2857; referred, 2860; reported, 2922; passed, 3815; enrolled, 3872. | Bato, William, bii (S. No. 338) for the relief o of a soldier of the war of 1812.

4 received from Senate, 1859; referred, 1869; . reported adversely, 3103. :

o Blakey, George D., claiming a seat as a Repi. resentative from Kentucky—see Cantested H. Election.

& remarks on the Kentucky election........... 56 o, resolution that, is not entitled to a seat as a o Representative from the third district i. in Kentucky—[By Mr. Dawes, Decemto: ber 2, 1867.

. reported, 3; discussed, 56; adopted, 61.

resolution that there be paid to, $2,500 for time spent and expenses incurred in contesting a seat as Representative from the third district of Kentucky—[By Mr. Julian, March 23, 1868.] read and tabled, 2071. joint resolution (H. R. No. 314) for the re. lief of late collector of the second dis. trict of Kentucky—[By Mr. Cobb.] oported and passed, 3554. In Senate; received from House, 8551; referred, 3552. Windschool building, bill (H. R. No. 385) to *PPropriate money for rebuilding the Ten*o-sby Mr. Trimble, of Tennessee.] referred, 473. Blodget, Sylvanus, bill (S. No. 817) granting **tease of pension to, of Jericho, Chit. *Aden county, Vermont.

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received from Senate, 1859; referred, 1869; P

Bonds–Continued. joint resolution (H. R. No. 112) authorizing the Secretary of the Treasury to use $4,000,000 per month in greenbacks to procure, and destroy the same—[By Mr. Bromwell.] referred, 89. resolution in reference to the payment of United States—[By Mr. Cary, December 12, 1867.] referred, 153. resolution that the indebtment of the nation ought to be paid in exact accordance with the acts of Congress creating it, and not otherwise; that all loans enacted to be paid in gold to be so paid; and all loans not so enacted to be payable ought to be paid in lawful money of the United States—[By Mr. Butler, of Massachusetts, December 16, 1867.] proposed, 212. resolution instructing Committee of Ways and Means to inquire whether it is expedient to permit any of the, in which the national debt may be funded to be entailed for charitable or educational purposes under suitable regulations as to interest, registration, and escheat— [By Mr. Paine, December 19, 1867.] agreed to, 286.

national debt—[By Mr. Hunter.] referred, 473. resolution calling for certain information respecting the amount, &c., of ten-forty, issued or disposed of by the Treasury Department since the 1st day of October, 1867–LBy Mr. Logan, January 21, 1867.] agreed to, 664. resolution instructing the Secretary of the Treasury to suspend any further issue of ten-forty United States, until further conressional action shall be had thereon– By Mr. Ross, January 22, 1868.] objected to, 694. bill §. R. No. 527) to make partial compensation for expenses incurred in the prosecution of the war by providing for the * of national—[By Mr. Benton. referred, 778. bill (H. R. No. 542) to establish a uniform currency, provide for the management and liquidation of the national debtBy Mr. ‘...] referred, 779; called up, 8885; laid aside,

3885. bill (H. R. No. 564) making all purchases, sales, or conversions of United States loans and, open to public competition[By Mr. Randall.] referred, 780. bill (H. R. No. 609) relating to the public debt and the payment of interest thereon—[By Mr. Boutwell.] referred, 934. joint resolution (H. R. No. 204) providing for the taxation of United States—[By Mr. Logan.] referred, 1177. bill (H. R. No. 766) to revoke the authority of the Secretary of the Treasury to pay percentage for the sale of Government securities or, and repealing all laws or parts of laws authorizing the appoint: ment of an agent for the purpose of negotiating or selling Government securities or—[By Mr. Logan.] referred, 1286. resolution calling upon the Secretary of the Treasury for certain information with rd to the sale of ten-forty, from October 16, 1867, to January 20, 1868– [By Mr. Logan; February 20, 1868.] discussed, 1298; adopted, 1302.

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Mr. Holman....................... 1801, 1302
Mr. Kelley..... .................... 1801
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resolution in reference to extending aid to railroad companies by granting subsidies in the, of the United States, or by guaro the payment of any stock or other liabilities—[By Mr. Wilson, of Iowa, February 25, 1868.] o 1420; tabled, 1631. bill (H. R. No. 843) to regulate public debt— [By Mr. Hooper, of Massachusetts.] referred, 1631. joint resolution (H. R. No. 229) declarin that the enormous expenditure .# by contribution and taxation to put down the late rebellion was responded to with alacrity unparalleled in history, and therefore it ought not to be required of this generation to discharge, by taxation, the entire national debt, but leave a portion of it to he borne by the next, on whom this rich and noble Reublic will descend—[By Mr. Miller.] referred, 1759, resolution in relation to the withdrawal of interest-bearing—[By Mr. Burr, March 9, 1868. referred, 1761. resolution instructing the Committee on Retrenchment to investigate the charges made in reference to the false certificate of destruction of $18,640,000 of United States—[By Mr. Price, March 9, 1868.] adopted, 1769. report from the Committee on Retrenchment in regard to the cancellation and destruction of United States—[By Mr. Van Wyck, March 11, 1868. discussed, 1828, 1847, 1848; printed and recommitted, 1857.

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Mr. Halsey........ 1831, 1850, 1851, 1854
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Mr. Hooper, of Massachusetts...... 1857
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Mr. Laflin.... ... 1830, 1831 Mr. Logan ...................------------ 1828, 1829, 1830, 1831, 1832, 1847, 1848, 1849, 1850, 1852, 1855 Mr. Maynard...... 1854, 1855, 1856, 1857 Mr. Miller.................. 1829, 1850, 1853 Mr. Price, 1850, 1851, 1852, 1856, 1857 Mr. Randall, 1850, 1851, 1852, 1853,1854 Mr. Scofield.............................. 1831 Mr. Stevens, of Pennsylvania, 1854, 1856 Mr. Van Wyck.................... ...... 1828, jo, 1830, 1831, 1849, 1851, 1852, 1854, 1855, 1856, 1857 Mr. Washburne, of Illinois, 1847, 1854 Mr. Welker........1830, 1849, 1851, 1853 Mr. Wood................................. 1894 bill (H. R. No. 930) in regard to interest on the public debt—[By Mr. Butler, of Massachusetts.] referred, 1900. . . - resolution calling for information in refer ence to the commissions paid for the sale of United States, since 2d day of March; 1862–(By Mr. Logan, March 18, 1808.] agreed to, 1972. resolution in reference to floo." of the United States—[By Mr. Holman, March 23, 1868.] ... referred, 2070. * - e."

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formation relating to the sale of Gov

ernment securities—[By Mr. Logan,

April 20, 1868.] agreed to, 2310.

resolution in relation to the payment of five

twenty—[By Mr. Cary, May 25, 1868.] read, 2570; referred, 2571. resolution in relation to the taxation of, and other securities issued by the United States—[By Mr. Holman, June 1, 1868.] laid over, 2753. bill (H. R. No. 1287) to provide for funding the national debt, and for taxing the interest-bearing, hereafter issued by the United States—[By Mr. Kelsey.] referred, 8368. resolution in relation to the public debt— [By Mr. Loughridge, June 22, 1868.] adopted, 8364, resolution in reference to the expediency of appropriating $50,000,000, to take up the matured and maturing indebtment of the United States, which is payable in currency—[By Mr.Price, June 22, 1868.] laid over, 8.365. resolution in reference to taxation of interest on—s By Mr. Cobb, June 29, 1868.] agreed to, 3588. 3589. bill (H. R. No. 1350) to authorize internal tax on the interest of, and other securities of the United States—[By Mr. Hooper, of Massachusetts.] substitute moved, 3613; bill reported, 3689. bill (H. R. No. 1358) to equalize the taxes and reduce the interest on the public debt—[By Mr. Donnelly.] read, 3758. bill (H. R. No. 1380) to equalize taxation and reduce the interest on the public debt— By Mr. Butler, of Massachusetts.] referred, 3883. bill (H. R. No. lo regulations as to t Mr. Logan.] reported and recommitted, 3937; reported,

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4090. bill (H. R. No. 1425) to equalize taxation and reduce the interest on the public debt—[By Mr. Ashley, of Nevada.] rend, 4001. -bill (S.No. 207) for funding the national debt and for a conversion of the notes of the United States. received from Senate, 4080: referred, 4084; reported, 4138; recommitted, 4135; re--ported. 4172; discussed, 4172,4173,4175, ... 4182, 4187, 4216, 4217,4224, 4236,4300, 4307, 4808: 4810; passed with amendments, 4812; disagreed to by Senate, 4375; conference, 4390,4423,4430,4493; conference report, 4496; agreed to by Senate,4495; discussed, 4496,4497,4499; report agreed to, 4499; enrolled, 4500. remarks by- Mr. Allison.......................4.188, 4184, 4188, 4189, 4190, 4184, 4217,4218, 4220, 4221,4222,4225, 4227, 4390

Mr. Axtell........: 4185, 4186, 4193, 4194 Mr. Benton,4179,4184,4220,4222,4308 Mr. Bingham.......... ..4.185, 4186, 4190,

4.195,4196, 4218, 4219, 4220, 4221 Mr. Blair................................... 4187 Mr. Bottwell......... .............185

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Mr. Boyden...... .........4194,4195 Mr. Brooks....... ...4174, 4181, 4310 Mr. Broomall....................... ....4.184

* * 4185, 4187, 41.88, 4189, 4.192 Mr. Butler, of Massaehnsetts;4174,4175, 4177,4181,4183,4184,4185, 4.190, 4192,419.3, 4217,4218, 4219, 4221,4224, 4225, 4302 Mr. Cavanaugh. ...4.194. 4195; 41.96 Mr. Coburn.... Mr. Dawes:...' Mr. Delano.... ... * * * Mr. Dennelly............... ......... ...“

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Mr. Eldridge..............4.192,419.8, 4164, 4.195,4299, 4300, 4301, 4812, 4497

* Mr. Eliot................. ....... -- --------4302 Mr. Farnsworth.................. 4174, 4177 Garfield, 4133,4174.4181,4183,4184,

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4187, 4189, 4190, 419.2, 41.96, 4217, 4218, 4.224,4225, 4301, 4302, 4497 Griswold.....................4.177, 41.78 Higby........... ... iii., 4igi, 1330 Hooper, of Massachusetts......4.188, 4130, 4191,419.2, 4390

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Mr. Hubbard, of West Virginia.....4176, 4182, 4195 Mr. Hunter........................ 4226,4227 Mr. Ingersoll ............................4.193, 419.8, 4.222, 4225,4226 Mr. Judd.............................. .....4181 Mr. Kelsey........4217,4226,4810, 4311 Mr. Lawrence, of Ohio........4.226,4308 Mr. Loan...................................4221 Mr. Logan.........................4.180,4191, to 419.2, 419.8, 4194,419.5, 4217, 4219, 4220, 4221,4222, 4224 Mr. Lynch, 4184,419.2, 4193, 4217,4225 Mr. Marshall........................., .... 4307 Mr. Maynard .....4.173, 4188, 4:2:2, 4225 Mr. Miller................................. 4179 Mr. Moorhead............................ 413: Mr. Mullins........ 417.3, 4187, 41.94, 4200 Mr. Niblack, 4181,4185,4186,4187,4225 Mr. O'Neill............... 417.3, 41.78, 42.19 Mr. Paine... 177, 4182, 4184, 4221 Mr. Peters.................................4.196 Mr. Pike.......................... 4176, 4177, 4178, 4182, 4183,4185, 4186, 4187, 4188, 4189,4192,419.6, 4218, 4219. 4221, 4222, 4299, 4300, 4301, 4302 Mr. Pile....................................4.180 Mr. Randall, 4133,4135,4172,4173,4176, 4182,4217, 4224, 4225, 4296, 4299, 4800, 4301, 4309, 4311, 4497, 4499 Mr. Ross.......................... 4183, 4.175,

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bill (S. No. 637) to authorize the city of

Washington to issue, for the purpose of paying the floating debt of the city.

received from Senate, 4395; passed, 4485; enrolled, 4492.

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Boundaries, bill (H. R. No. 198) to reëstablish the, and to change the names of certain collection #.". * State of Michian—[By Mr. Ferry, o 2012; oi. 2513; passed Sen. ate with amendment, 327 I ; concurred in, 3311; approved, 3732. In Senate; received from House, 2600; referred, 2622; reported, 2856: passed with amendment, 3241; concurred in by House, 33 16; enrolled, 3321. bill (S. No. 417) to amend an act proposing to Texas the establishment of her north: ern and western, &c., and to establish a territorial government for New Mexico. received from Senate, 8762; passed, 4490; enrolled, 4496. - Boundary, bill (H. R. No. 262) authorizing a survey of the southern, line of the Terri. tory of Idaho—[By Mr. Holbrook.] referred, 90. Bounties, bill (H. R. No. 831) to facilitate the ayment of soldiers', under the pet 0 856–IBy Mr. Washburn, of Indiana.] printed and made special order for 6th of January, off; called up, 333; discussed, 336, 340, 338; passed, 359; passed Sen. ate with ion, 1813; conference, 1818, 1904; report, 1960; agreed to hy Senate, 1960; agreed to by House, 1960; enrolled, 1968; approved, 2026. In Senate: o from House, 346; - referred. 858; reported, 404; discussed, 650, 1622; referred, 1624; reported, 1787; passed with amendments, 1789; disagreed to by House, 1812; conference, 1812; 1886; conference report, 1940; concurred in, 1940; enrolled, 1943.

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"on.................................3% Mr. Getz... ---- ......340, 341 Mr. Kerr...... ..236. 341, o

Mr. Logan ....841, 342, 3: -
Mr. Mungen............. ..........."
Mr. Paine..................................”
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Mr. Schenck......................... 336, 342

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836, 840, 841, 342, 358. 359 bill (H. R. No. 351) providing for the phy. - ment of soldiers', in case of the death of the applicant—[By Mr. Loughridge J referred, 331. joint resolution (H. R. No. 141) in reference to, to the widows and children at arents of soldiers who have died site" }. 28, 1866–(By Mr. Farnsworth.] referred, 458. joint resolution (H. R. No. 147) placing to tain troops of Missourion an equoso"; ing withohersnoto-ffy Mr. McClurg.] referred, 473; passed over, 8040. bill (H.R. No. 476) requiring the War De: partment to pay to veteran volunteers their, in accordance with General Orders Nos. 191 and 216 of that Department, for the year 1863—fBy Mr. Coburn.] referred, 686.

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-r- - - - -Bounties–Continued. Bounty, bill (H. R. No. 127)—Continued. Bounty land, bi *o- . . . . joiu resolution (H. R. No. 169) in relation remarks by— ) lo. o o to, for soldiers transferred to the Navy Mr. Banks.............................718, 714 military service of the United States in the during the late war—[By Mr. Cullom. Mr. Cullom........ .........713 war of the rebellion—[By Mr Coburn j referred, 626. - -- Mr. Farnsworth.. ...694, 713 referred, 1418. - bill H. R. No. 570), providing for, to the Mr. Garfield..........................232, 713 || Bounty law, bill (H. R. No. 341) to amend the widows and children of certain soldiers Mr. Holman.................. 694, 712, 713 twelfth section of the soldiers', as conwho were killed or died in the service— Mr. Qrth................................... 714 || tained in an act making appropriation. sor By Mr. Perham.] -- Mr. Paine... ...694, 712 sundry civil expenses of the Government . Te rred, 780. - Mr. Pile......... .............712 for the year ending June 30, 1867, apjoint resolution (S. R. No. 81) placing cer, Mr. Robinson..................... ....714 roved July 28, 1860–-sBy Mr ker.] tain troops in Missouri on an equal Mr. Washburn, of Indiana............ 694 referred, 331. : - ---...

footing with others as to. received from Senate, 338; referred, 991; reported and passed, 3944; enrolled,

8973. bill (H. R. No. 876) to extend the provis. ions of the acts of July 22, 1861, and July 28, 1868, in relation to—[By Mr. Van Aerman.] referred, 1759. bill (H. R. No. 12) to equalize the, of sol: diets, sailors, and marines who served in the late war for the Union—[By Mr. Schenck.] resored, 1560. hill H. R. No. 940) to equalize the, of sol. diers, sailors, and marines who served in the late war for the Union—[By Mr. Washburn, of Indiana. reported and recommitted, 2022. bill (H.R. No. 1028) extending, to certain soldiers who were discharged on account of disability incurred while in service of the United States—[By Mr. Niblack.] referred, 2331. . * (H. R. No. 1123) o construe the law granting additional—[By Mr. Paine.] referred, 2633. *tion calling for a statement of the "mber of additional, paid under the

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yeas and nays on the...........................718
bill (H. R. No. 292) to pay balance of to
non-commissioned officers honorably
mustered out of service as supernumer-
aries, under the order of the War De-
partment authorizing the consolidation
of regiments by reason of the casualties
of the service—[By Mr. Williams, of
Indiana.] -
referred, 208. - - -
resolution instructing Committee on Military
Affairs to inquire into the expediency
of requiring that all claims of the sol-
diers for, under the act of July 28, 1866,
shall be adjusted by the Second Auditor
of the Treasury—[By Mr. Cullom, De-
cember 19, 1807.]
agreed to, 282. -
joint resolution (H.R. No. 144) in relation
to additional—[By Mr. Culloun.]
referred, 473. -
bill (H. R. No. 441) authorizing the Second
Auditor of the Treasury to settle and
pay the, of Charles J. Powers to his
father—[By Mr. Farnsworth.]
referred, 510.
bill (H. R. No. 491) giving a, to soldiers
rafted into the Army of the United
States—[By Mr. Poland.] -
referred, 637.]
joint resolution (H. R. No. 190) in relation
to the pay and, of soldiers enlisted for
specified terms of service and honorably
discharged before the expiration of their
term of service—[By Asr. Cullom.]
referred. 935.
bill (H. R. No. 693) in relation to addi.
tional—[By Mr. Holman. -
referred, 1083.
bill (H. R. No. 812) granting a, of fifty dol-
lars to the soldiers of the twelfth and
sixteenth regiments of one year indiana
volunteers—[By Mr. Holman.]
referred, 1419.
resolution in relation to the pay, and pen-
sion of certain officers and soldiers-i By
Mr. McCormick, March 4, 1868.)
referred, 1668.
resolution inquiring why the members of the
- o regiment of New York
volunteers, who served three years, are
allowed only fifty dollars, additional-
[By Mr. Van Wyck, March 26, 1808.]
adopted, 2137. .
bill (H. R. No. 1138) to grant an additional,
to Jacob Levitt, of Milwaukee, in the
State of Wisconsin–LBy Mr. Paine.]
referred, 27.50. -
Bounty act, resolution instructing. Committee
on Military Affairs to inquire into the ex-
pediency of extending the, of 1866 to the
widows of those soldiers who have died
since the passage of said act—[By Mr.
- Now, of Indiana, December 12,
1867. -
agreed to, 154.
resolution instructing Committee on Military
Affairs to inquire into the expediency
of extending the provisions of the of
July 28, 1865, to soldiers who were dis;
charged by reason of disability incurred
in the line of their duties—[By Mr. Nib-
lack, January 29, 1868.]
adopted, 638.
Bounty claim agents, bill (H. R. No. 1201) to
control—[By Mr. Butler, of Massachu-

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Bounty war debt, resolution requesting the Committee of Ways . Means to inquire into the o of adopting such meas. ures as will relieve, as far as practicable, the people of the different cities, counties, and townships from the burden of a direct tax for their—[By Mr. Hill, January 14, 1868.] -- ... • agreed to, 506. Boutwell, George S., a Representative from Massachusetts.....................................2 petitions presented by.....................78, 342, 72, 609, 1025, 1054, 1117, 1229, 1402, 1460, 1620, 3145 bills introduced by— - No. 438—to promote agricultural indhs. try in the States recently in rebellion, and to secure homesteads to freedmen............................................475 . No. 609—relating to the pnblic debt and the payment of interest thereon......934 No. 842—to incorporate the Chamber of Life Insurance of the United States, 1631 No. 1370—to fix the time for holding the terms of the United States district court in Virginia................................8780 resolutions submitted by— - * in relation to the test oath for conventions in the unreconstructed States— [December 9, 1867].......................91 directing Committee on Reconstruction to consider the expediency of authorizing the General of the Army to detail officers for service in the States recently in rebellion; of constituting said States a single military district, under the com: mand of the General of the Army; of providing additional securities for the exercise of the elective franchise in said States; and of declaring that the governments set up in said States are not republican forius of government—[Jan: uary 6, 1868]...... ------------- ... .........*31 in reference to coin in the Treasury and a new loan– January 27, 1858]........7.84 granting leave to the committee appointed to prepare and report articles of impeachment against Andrew Johnson, and to the Committee on Reconstruction, to sit during the sessions of the House—soeb; ruary 25, 1868]............ --------------- 1427 permitting the committee appointed to prepare and report articles of impeachment to report in print—[February 27, 1868] .......................................]47 for printing one thousand copies of the articles of impeachment—[March 2, 1868]......................................: 1919 directing the Senate to be informed that this House have appointed managers to conduct the impeachment against the President, and have directed the said managers to carry to the Senate the articles agreed upon—[March 2, 188], 1619

directing that the articles agreed to against Andrew Johnson, President, be carried to the Senate by the managers appointed to conduct said impeachment—[March 2, 1868 - 1619 that when the Senate shall sit for the trial of the President, the House, in Commit. tee of the Whole, will attend with the managers at the bar of the Sena. [March 20, 1868]..........: ........... 2021 directing the Senate to be informed to the House of Representatives hus adopted a replication to the ansy or 9s to Presideo on the articles of impeachment,

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