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Boutwell, George S., a Representative from Massachusetts–Continued. and that the same will be presented to the Senate by the managers—[March 24, 1898]........................................2081 postponing action upon all matters except questions relating to the inpeachment of the President until the conclusion of the trial now pending before the Senate—[March 27, 1868].................2175 calling for reports made by Major General Meade to the General of the Army relating to the election in Alabama in February last—[March 27, 1868]...2164 that the Speaker of the House again propose to C. W. Woolley the questions contained in the resolution this day adopted, and that said Woolley be informed that the House requires explicit answers to be inade forth with—[May 26, 1868]...................................2387 that Charles W. Woolley be detained in close custody by the Sergeant-atArms in the Capitol during the remainder of the session, or until discharged by the further order of the House–L May 26, 1868]........................................2300

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on the Army appropriation bill, 1284, 1307 on sundry questions relating to impeachment................................ 1426, 1427, 1619, 2021, 2175, 2176, 4473, 4474 on the resolution reported for the impeachment of the President................. 1346, 1349, 1350, 1398

(See Appendix.) on the articles of impeachment, 1542,1543, 1547, 1554, 1558, 1613, - 1614, 1616, 1619, 1643 on the bill for the relief of W. W. Holden and others............... . ;....... 1928, 1930 on the impeachment replication......2073, 2074, 2019, 2080, 2081 on the bill to exempt certain manufactures from tax......................... - 2174 on the bill to admit Alabama to representation in Congress, 2211, 2214, 2215 on the New Jersey resolution withdrawing consent from the proposed constitutional amendment.......................2225 on the bill to admit Arkansas to representation in Congress..................2391 on the bill for the relief of William Mc: Garraham......... 2472.243, 2478,2479 on the case of Charles W. Woolley, a recusant witness......................::::: 2587, 2588, 2589, i. 2591, 2592 on the bill to regulate the approseont of imports...” 2637

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Boutwell, George S., n Representative from Massachusetts–Continied. remarks on the National Safe Deposit Company bill......... ...3202, 3224, 3225, 3220 on the bill to provide for appeals from the Court of Claims............:3266, 3267 on the tax bill (H. R. No. 1284),3378,3379, 3381, 3401, 3493, 3417, 3421, 3445, 8452, 3453, 3478, 3481, 3482, 3488, 3489, 3430, 3528 during call of the House......... 341G, 3.454 on the bill in relation to private land claims in California.......... ----------- 3590 on the bill relating to vacancies in the Departments, 3763,4052,4133,4134,4135 on the purchase of Alaska..............3811 on the bill for the removal of certain political disabilities....................8851, 3852, 4080, 4083 on the Electoral College bill, 3974, 3975, 3976, 3077, 3978, 3979, 3080, 3981, 42.59 on the funding bill........................4.135, 417.8, 4179, 4100, 4226, 4227, 4296,

on the bill regulating the presentation of bills to President........................ 4342 on the reconstruction bill (H. R. No. 1450), 4.419, 4423 on the bill relating to the public debt, 4469 on the bill to regulate the duties on copper ------------------ - - - - - - - ----------------- 4495 171, 2773 Bowen, C. C., a Representative from South Carolina ..............................4252, 42.54 Bowler, Thomas F., bill (H. R. No. 845) for the relief of, of New Mexico—[By Mr. Hunter.] referred, 1631. Boyden, Nathaniel, a Representative from North Carolina...................... 3761, 4007 incidental remarks by........................4.382 remarks on the funding bill........4.194, 4195 on the resolution for an adjournment to September.................. ..4377, 4378 on the state of the Union................4493 (Not published.) Boyle, Hugh, bill (H. R. No. 904) for the re. lief of [By Mr. Gravely.] referred, 2228. Boyer, Benjamin M., a Representative from Pennsylvania.....................................? petitions presented by....................... 13:30, 1974, 2291, 2592, 2757, 2856, 32.12, 4396 joint resolutions introduced byNo. 195—for the relief of Thomas F. Roberts, late first sergeant of company

D, fifth Pensylvania cavalry......... 1082 No. 256—for the relief of Martha E. King, 2678

No. 280—for the relief of Mrs. Ella E. Hobart......................................2678 No. 288—amendatory of joint resolution for the relief of certain officers of the Army ............. -- - - - - - - - - - ------ - - - - - - - - , 2906 resolutions submitted by— postponing the drawing for seats—[Feb. ruary 10, 1868]...........................1085 for the addition to the committee of managers while acting as a committee of investigation of two persons from amon those members of the House who vote against the impeachment of the President—[May 18, 1868]..................2528 to add three members of the House who voted against the impeachment of the President to the committee to investi. gate the alleged corrupt means employed to influence the determination by the Senate upon the impeachment—[May 29, 1868]........... **** - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - . . . . 2660 reports made by, 2678,2906, 394.4,4083, 4001 motions made by......................... ... .....13, - 832, 333, 1051, 2433, 3294, 394.4 incidental remarks by..........................11, 37, 257, 282, 543, 1320, 1333, 1619, 1854; 2414, 33:1, 3051, 4001 remarks on the resolution for the impeach. ment of the President, of from

the Judiciary Committee............d6, 67

4298, 4299, 4300, 4302, 4309, 4311

Boycr. Benjamin M., a Representative from Pennsylvania–Continued. remarks on the President's message......73, 179, 185, 186, 187, 235 on the resolution concerning the inspection of papers in the Post Office Department.--------------.......................... 107 on the order of business............ ... 230 on the bill relating to deserters..........283 on the deficiency bill (H. R. No. 320), 287 on the joint resolution to provide for the examination of distillery meters...... 432 on the petition in regard to the rights of American citizens abroad.............638 on the resolution concerning one of the justices of the Supreme Court......... 863 on the bill relating to the rights of Ameri. can citizens abroad....................1017, 1018, 1128, 1130, 1159 on drawing for seats.......... ............. 1085 on the correspondence relating to the Secretary of War.............................1100 on the naval appropriation bill......... 1825 ou the resolution reported for the impeachment of the President......... 1362, 1364, 1619 on the bill for the admission of Alabama, 1790, 1819, 1820, 1828, 1862, 1934, 1937, 1938 on the amendment of the judieiary act, 1881, 1882, 1883, 1884, 1885, 2000, 2031, 2063, 2004, 2065 on the bill to guaranty a republican form of government............................ 1959 on the Brooks and Butler controversy, 2364 on the bill to admit North Carolina, 2445, 3097 on the impeachment trial, alleged corrupt practices....................................” on the resolution asking the Senate for a copy of the impeachment proceed; 29: on the case of Charles W. Woolley, a recusant witness......................2390.2% 2669, 2672, 2676, 2702, 2703, 2705 during call of the House............ ......2846 on the bill for the relief of Isaac wo to .

on the bill for the relief of Martha E.

King .................... - . . . . -- - - - - - - - - - ---" 2678 on the bill relative to contested elections in Washington city...... 3172, 3173, 81.4

on the purchase of Alaska and publić expenditures..............................” (See Appendir.) : on the bill relating to the Freedmen's Bureau........ * . . . . * * * - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 4004, 49. leave of absence granted to.........2071, 8%" Braden, David, bill (H. R. No. 326) for the relief of [By Mr. Coburn.] referred, 286. Brainard, Friend A., bill (H. R. No. 410) for the relief os-[By Mr. Woodbridge.] referred, 474. Bray, McHenry, bill (H. R. No. 1335) for the relief of, late first lieutenant company. " eighth Tennessee infantry—[By Mr. Buk ler, of Tennessee. I referred, 3587. Breakwater, joint resolution (H. R. N9. 279) in relation to the, at Portland, Maine[By Mr. Washburne, of Illinois.] reported and passed, 2634; passed Senate, 2671; enrolled, 2751; approved, 2879. In Senate: received from House, 2688; passed, 2659; enrolled, 2736. Breckinridge, John C., resolution in reference to aileged assurances given to—LBy Mr. Miller, June 1, 1868.] agreed to, 2756. Brewer, Major A. L., joint resolution (H.R. No. 17s) for the relief of the heirs of [By Mr. Eckley. I referred, 779. joint resolution (S. R. No. 122) for the re. lief of the heirs of late a paymaster in the United States Army, received from Senate, 1927; passed, 2029; enrolled, 2070, - . - -

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o Bridge, resolution in regard to the, across the * Öhio river at Louisville, Kentucky-[By ion Mr. Eggleston, January 9, 1868.]

o referred, 417; objected to, $90.

o bill (H. R. No. 384) authorizing the build-
* ing of a railroad, across the Ohio river
f o: to-so Mr. Trim-
- ble, of Kentucky. -
o: reserred, o 1471; discussed,
:-ri 1471; passed, 1637.

o In Senate: received from House, 1657;
o referred, 1658; reported 1863; resolu-
o tion to recommit, 2500; discussed, 2545;
* ...} o: reconsidered, 2556;
& recommitted, Zoud.

o remarks by-

... Mr. Cook.................. 1471, 1472, 1473 lo Mr. Eggleston................ ----------- 1472 _ls. Mr. Holman..... 1478, 1638 es: Mr. Niblack.. 1471, 1472 ...]" Mr. Pruyn................................. 1473 lso Mr. Raum................. 1471, 1472, 1638 |- st Mr. Trimble, of Kentucky........... 1471, ..]}. 1472, 1473, 1638 1. bill (H. R. No. 400) authorizing the con* struction of 8, across the Missouri river lo upon the military reservation at Fort , lo Leavenworth, and to provide for the r: solution of said reservation—[By Mr. .* Clarke, of Kansas.]

h reserted, 474.

:*: bill (H. R.No. 96) to authorize the South...: ern Minnesota Railroad Company to to onstruct and maintain a, across the o o river, and to establish a post of of- By Mr. Washburn, of Wisconto lū.

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Bridge-Continued.
bill (H. R. No. 966) authcotizing the con-
struction of a, across the Mississippi
river in Madison county, Illinois—[By
Mr. Pile.]
read and referred, 2083; reported ad-
- versely, 2973 : referred anew, 2974.
bill (H. R. No. 1027) to authorize the con-
struction of a, over Black river, in Lo-
raine county, Ohio–LBy Mr. Welker.]
referred, 2331; reported and passed, 3556;
passed Senate, 3705; enrolled, 87.22;
approved, 3809.
In Senate: received from House, 3551;
referred, 3552; passed, 3672; enrolled,
3715,
resolution requesting the Committee on the
Post Office and Post Roads to consider
the propriety of a general law providing
that no, shall be coustructed over the
Ohio river with a span over the channel
of less than five hundred feet—[By Mr.
Cary, May 27, 1868.]
agreed to, 2609.
bill (H. R. No. 1193) authorizing the con-
struction of a railroad, over the Mis-
souri river—[By Mr. Dodge.]
referred, 2936.
joint resolution (H. R. No. 321) in relation
to the erection of a, in Boston harbor—
[By Mr. Cook.]
reported and passed, 3658; passed Sen-
ate, 3732; enrolled, 3758; approved,
8809.
In Senate: received from House, 3645;
referred, 3645; passed, 3709; enrolled,
3748.
bill (S. No. 355) authorizing the construc-
tion of a, across the Missonri river upon
the military reservation at Fort Leaven-
worth, Kansas.
received from Senate, 3761; motion to
take up, 3928; passed with amendments,
3967; agreed to by Senate, 4088; en-
rolled, 4131.
Bridges, bill (H. R. No. 296), to declare the
railroad and, of the New Orleans, Mobile,
and Chattanooga Railroad Company a
post route—[By Mr. Washburn, of Wis.
consin.]
referred, 200; substitute reported and passed,
666; passed Senate with amendments,
1160; concurred in, 1427; enrolled, 1455;
approved, 1643.
In Senate : received from House, 674; re-
ferred, 699; reported, 845; passed with
amendments, 1143; concurred in by House,
1431; enrolled, 1443.
bill (H.R. No. 593) to amend an act entitled
“An act to authorize the construction
of certain, and to establish them as post
roads”—[By Mr. Sawyer.]
referred, 844; reported and passed, 1705.
In Senate : received from House, 1702;
referred, 1702; reported, 1863.
bill (H. R. No. 631) amendatory of an act
approved July 26, 1866, entitled “An
act to authorize the construction of cer.
tain, and te establish them as post
routes”—[By Mr. Pile.]
referred, 935; committee discharged, re-
ferred anew, 2669; substitute reported,
2973; passed, 2974; passed Senate,
4061; enrolled, 4088; o 4255.
In Senate : received from House, 2968;
referred, 2995; reported, 3850; dis’
cussed, 3984; passed, 3986; enrolled,
4075.
remarks by-
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o -so Bridges–Continued. joint resolution (H. R. No. 305) in respect to the construction of, over the Ohio and Mississippi rivers—[By Mr. Raum.] read, 3364; passed, 3760. In Senate : received from House, 3748; referred, 3748. bill (S. No. 622) to authorize the construction of across the Ohio river. received from Senate, 4334. Bridges, Hon. George W., bill (H.R. No. 834) for the relief of, a member of the ThirtySeventh Congress—[By Mr. Harding.] reported, 1503; passed, 1504; passed Senate, 4430; enrolled, 4479; approved, 4498. In Senate: received from House, 1497; referred, 1498; reported, 4098; passed, 4406; enrolled, 4451. Brielmayer, Frederica, bill (H. R. No. 1234 granting a pension to—[By Mr. Polsley. reported and passed, 3102; passed Senate, 4895; enrolled, 4434; approved, 4498. In Senate : received from House and referred, 3119 ; reported, 3900; passed, 4365; enrolled, 4448. Brien, George T., bill (S. No. 814) for the relief of. received from Senate, 1859; referred, 1869; reported and passed with amendment, 8896; conference reportagreed to by House, 41815 by Senate, 4182; enrolled, 4186. Briggs, Jacob, bill (H. R. No. 1281) for the relief of [By Mr. Kerr.] referred, 3827. Briggs, Sarah A., bill (H. R. No. 1316}) granting a pension to—[By Mr. Paine.] referred, 3552. Bright, John, letter of, in reference to educa:

tion .........................................“ 3703 Bromwell, Henry P. H., a Representative from Illinois..........................................” 2 o presented by......... 217, 1202, 1833 ills introduced by—

No. 389—to authorize the Postmaster Gen. eral to put up improved letter-boxes, 473 No. 479–to pay officers, musicians, and privates for horses lost in the service, not killed in battle........................ 636 No. 732—to extend certain patents for the benefit of the heirs of the late Thomas W. Harvey.................. ...------------ 1179 joint resolution introduced byNo. 112—authorizing the Secretary of the Treasury to use $4,000,000 per montu in greenbacks to procure bonds and destroy the same......................---------- 89 resolutions submitted byin reference to swamp-land grants—[Pe:

cember 12, 1867]......................:-- 156 in relation to the annexation of territory[March 9, 1868]..................::::::: 1761

incidental remarks by, 156, 543, 2672, 3887
remarks on the bill to exempt cotton from
internal tax............... --------------------
personal and explanatory............
on the bill relating to deserters.........
on the deficiency bill (H. R. No. 320):

688, 689 on the bill extending certain patents for cutting screws....................:”:::: 1179,

1180, 1181, 1182, 1183 on the resolution reported for the impeach: ment of the President.................. 1898 (See Appendiz.) on the articles of impeachment, 1545,1546 ou the Tennessee election (case of R. R.

Butler).............. 1665, 1667, 1687, 1708 on the bill granting pensions to the sol: diers of 1812...... ............... 1848

on the purchase of Alaska.....1874, 1875
(See Appendiz.)
on the bill for the relief of W. W. Holden
and others.................. 1907, 1909, 1982
on the bill to admit Alabama to repoo.
sentation in Congress...........2214, 22.1%
on the finances—see Appendiz.
on the Alta Vela resolution.......:” ...2340
on the bill to admit North Carolino, §
2464, 309

on the bill for the relief of Pulemon John,

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Thomas H. Stevens..................... 2873 on the river and harbor bill.............. 3593 on the bill relating to vaeancies in the Departments.............................. 4262

leave of absence granted to.................8145 Brooks, James, a Representative from New York........ - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - --------------------- 2 petition presented by.........................4306 bill introduced by— No. 1827—to amend an act entitled “An act to exempt certain manufactures from internal tax, and for other purposes,” approved March 31, 1868,.............8550 joint resolutions introduced by— to No. 124—in relation to legal-tender notes, • * 209 No. 166—upon the subject of imprisonment of American citizens abroad...637 Presolutions submitted by— calling for copies of all orders promulo gated at the South for the execution of the reconstruction laws—[December 12, 1867] 153 requesting the President to transmit, further correspondence with General Grant on the subject of the recent vacation of the War Office—[February 10, 1868], 1987 for a select committee to investigate the facts in connection with a letter written by certain of the impeachment managers in relation to the Island of Alta Vela—[May 1, 1868]..................: * inviting the Senate to join with the House ** in the reception of the embassy of the Chinese empire—[June 8, 1868]....2937 reports made by........................8876, 4306 motions made by...95, 936, 1109, 1183, 4307 - incidental remarks by....................65, 153,

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4217, 4296, 4806, 4834, 4843, 4520 * remarks on the bill to exempt cotton from to internal tax....14, 34,35, 36, 743,895, 896 personal and explanatory..............54, 53 o, on the order of business......65, 489, 4382 on the President's message... 71,92, 95, 162 on the deficiency bill...........210, 213, 214 to on the Union Pacific railroad bill, 232. 233 on the correspondence relating to the re

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**: on the case of Rev. John McMahon, 420 to on the joint resolution to provide for the examination of distillery meters.....446 * on the supplementary reconstruction bill “. . . (H. R. No. 439).......476, 510, 597, 598 * on the bill defining a quorum of the Su•ro preme Court................................ 488 *... on the Military Academy appropriation sh on the legislative appropriation bill, 1052 on the bill concerning the rights of Ameri8 can citizens abroad..................... 1159 -o- on the bill for the relief of the Navajo *** - Indians............................ ........ 1184 to on the consular and diplomatic bill... 1201, 1219, 1222, 1223, 1926, 1227, 1228, 1858 row on the resolution relating to the sale of so Government bonds..............1301, 1802 ... on the resolution reported from the Com

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of . 1338, 1941, 1342, 1345 on sundry questions relating to the inA peachment of the President.........1425,

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on the motion to print Manager Butler's argument on impeachment trial....2232 on the Alta Vela resolution, ...2833, 2334, gos. ooji, o, oft on the Brooks and Butler controversy, 2362, 2363, 2364 on the reconstruction deficiency bill, 2411, - 2412 on the bill to relieve certain citizens of North Carolina from political disabilities................................ , 2413, 2414, 3230, 3299, 3300, 3307, 3365, 3366 on the New York post office............ 2420 on the bill to admit North Carolina. &c., 2446, 2450, 2456, 2461, 2462, (not published,) 2464, 3094, 3095, 3097 on the impeachment trial-alleged corrupt practices.....................?303, 2504 on the resolution asking Senate for a cop of the impeachment proceedings. .238 on the Indian appropriation bill......2533. 2592, 2641, 2642, 4.175, 4303 on the partial deficiency bill....2572, 2573 on the case of Charles W. Woolley, a recusant witness.............. 2579, 2580, 2581, 2500, 2569, 2671, 2,72, 2678, 2074, 2675, 2103, 2704, 2938, 2939, 2040, 2946 on the resolution relating to a guard-room at the Capitol.....................2643, 2549 during call of the House.........2044, 2849 on the bill to admit Arkansas......... 2811, 2812, 2938 on the tax bill (H. R. No. 1060) concerning the sale of Osage Indian lands, 2803 on the reception of the Chinese embassy, 2037, 2038 on the bill relating to the government of southern States...........................2971 on the bill to prómote American comin Crce... . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ." ...... 3234, 3235 on the bill to provide for appeals from the Court of Claims 3.267 on the bill to regulate immigrant ships, 3273 on the joint resolution regarding the sale of damaged ordnance................... 3367 on the qualifications of the Arkansas members 3439, 3440 on the tax bill (H. R. No. 1284)...... on the Electoral College bill...........3976, - 3977, 3979, 4259 on the bill relating to the Freedmen's Bureau.................. ...4004, 4005, 4007 on the tariff bill............4013, 4014, 4216 on the bill for the removal of certain

2591, 2643,

political disabilities..................... 4083 on the credentials of the Representatives. elect from Alabama.................... 41.73, 4293, 4294, 4205 on the funding bill......... 4174, 4181, 4310

on the deficiency bill (H. R. No. 1341), - 4807, 4308 leave of absence granted to, 2030, 3594,4335 Brooks and Butler controversy, resolution in. structing the committee of investigation on charges against Hon. Ignatius Donnelly to investigate certain allegations made by Hon. James Brooks in regard to Hon. B. F. Butler, of Massachusetts—[By Mr. Dawes, May 5, 1868.] *::::A; discussed, 2368,2364; adopted,

Broomall, John M., a Representative from Pennsylvania ........................ ... 2 petitions presented by................... †o 267, 403, 489, 785, , 2298, 2804, 2352,2686. 285 bill introduced by: , 2686, 2856, No. 338-for the redemption of legal-ten.

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reports made by moulons made by.................. ... xvi -i286, 1294, 1501, 2439, 8808 incidental remarks by..................... , ovv, 1399, 1400, 1633, 1972, 2318, 2429, 3535, 4216, 4253. 4295 remarks on the resolution of the Judiciary Committee for the impeachment of the President...........................68, 99.9% on the taxation and mode of payment of bonds.................................139, 1784 on the President's message...4% 143, 118, 469 on the resolution in relation to the Distrio jail........................~~~~~.” on drawing for seats. ........ ...o.o. on the legislative appropriation billo.1% on the report concernig certain cho against the Sergeant-at-Arms:4% - 1293, 1294 on the resolution reported for the impeo (so of ; *...* 1859 it see ppen to. on the solution for the appointment of a document file clerk..................1% on the articles of impeachment, 1618.1% on the Tennessee . (case of R. R. Butler)............ .1687, 1688, 1708, 1711 ..on the bisi prescribing an oath of offic.; "certain cases....................... “ 17 on the finances + on the bill to guaranty a republican so of government..................... 1939, 1953, -- 1958, 1959, 1960, 1964, 1971, 1974 on the bill for the relief of Jonathan ;

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Broomall, John M., a Representative from Pennsylvania–Continued. remarks on the resolution for an investigation of the disbursement of the contin--------------------------------- 4084, 4415, 4423, 4425,4426, 4427 on the state of the Union 4092 (See Appendix.) on the funding bill * 4185, 4187, 4188, 4189,4192 on the order of business.................. 4335 leave of absence granted to 1769, 2671 Browne, J. Ross, resolution in reference to :- printing the report of special commis*. sioner for the collection of mining statis4. tics in the States and Territories west of the Rocky mountains—[By Mr. Higby, December 18, 1867.] agreed to, 257. resolution for printing fifteen thousand three hundred copies of the report of, on the mineral resources—[By Mr. Laflin, March 26, 1868.] o 2130; discussed, 2130; adopted,

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o Mr. Ashley, of Nevada................. 21:31 * Axtel............................... 21:32 Jr. Cavanaugh...........2130, 2131, 2132 * Higby.......................... 21:32 Mr. Holbrook....................2131,2132

§r affin.................2130, 2131, 2132 Mr. Washburne, of Illinois...2130, 2132 Bison, Hannah, bill (H. R. No. 699) grant". . ing a pension to—[By Mr. Upson.] *ierred, 1083; reported adversely, 2008. Brown, Henry, bill (s. No. 517) granting a Pension to the widow and children of *ived from Senate, 3345; referred, 3346; "ported and passed with amendment, i. onference report agreed to by - o +181; by Senate, 4182; enrolled,

* John Young, claimant for a seat as a * . *entative from Kentucky 664 o: on the Kentucky election........ 1161 o Appendiz ; Contesied Election.) "" that, is not entitled to take the *** Representative from the sec. o district of Kentucky or to hold a seat as such Representative—[By Mr. re * January 21, 1868.] o 654; discussed, 851, 899, 901, “ro o 1107, 1100; adopted, 1161. joinil. Courier, Ario, o that, is entitled to admission, and o, the oath of office as a Repreo,"; the second district of 1858) : y Mr. Kerr, January 31,

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Brown, Rice M., bill (H. R. No. 690) for the
relief of of Indiana—[By Mr. Hunter.]
referred, 1083.
Bruce, Sandy, fifteen dollars a month added
to the pay of................................. 4469
Buchanan, ex-President James, resolution on
the death of.
discussed, 2810, 2817.
remarks by—

Mr. Arnell................................. 2817
Mr. Blaine.................2910, 2811, 2817
Mr. Broomall.................... ......... 810
* : * Mr. Eldridge......... ...2810, 2817
--- Mr. Farnsworth ......... ........2810
Mr. Mullins................ .2810
Mr. Paine ................................. 2811
Mr. Randall.... ...2811, 2817
Mr. Stevens, of Pennsylvania, 2810, 2811
Mr. Van Wyck............ 2810, 2811, 2817
Mr. Washburn, of Indiana...........2810
Mr. Wood......................... ... 2817
Mr. Weodward................ ... 2810
yeas and nays on the.......................... 2810

resolution for a committee to attend the
funeral of [By Mr. Blaine, June 1,
1868.]
adopted, 2817. -
Bucher, Anthony, bill (H. R. No. 1326) for the
relief of [By Mr. Harding.]
reported, 3555; discussed,3723,3761; passed,
3761. -
In Senate: received from House, 3748; re-
ferred, 3748.
Buckland, Ralph P., a Representative from
Ohio - ... 2
petitions presented by 8, 98,648, 785,
1117, 1141, 1974, 2217, 2236, 2789, 4024
bills introduced by— -
No. 242—to amend the twelfth and thir.
teenth sections of an act making appro:
riations for sundry civil expenses of
the Government for the year ending
June 30, 1867 90
No. 243—to establish a post route from
Greensburgh Cross Roads to West Mill
Grove, Ohio ....................------------- 90
No. 882—making appropriation, for the
'' improvement of the harbor of Port Clin:
ton, Ohio........ ..................... ...478
No. 539—for the relief of J. W. Water.
son - . . . . . . . . . . . . ----------- ....779
No. 622—to repeal section five of an act
entitled “An act concerning the regis-
tering and recording of ships or vessels.''
approved December 31, 1792......... 934
No. 623—to regulate the national cur:
rency - 984
No. 917—for the relief of Marinda Stage,
1900
No. 952—for the relief of Margaret Nyce,
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resolutions submitted by—
allowing a clerk to Committee on Banking
and Currency—[December 19, 1867],282
instructing Committee on Naval Affairs to
inquire into the expediency of establish-
ing a naval depot and naval dry dock
on Sandusky bay, at or near Sandusky
city—[February 28, 1868] 1501
incidental remarks by........................ 1142
remarks on the death of Hon. Cornelius S.
Hamilton, a Representative from Ohio,

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on the resolution reported for the impeach.
to of the President................. . 1390
ce Appendir.
on tax bill (H. #. No. 1060)............ 2978
on the river and harbor bill............. 3210
during call of the House...............” 3416

leave of absence granted to........ 1031, 3692 Buckley, Charles W., a Representative from Alabama..............................4.178; 42% motion made by ....4402 incidental remarks by........................ Buckley, Colonel Lewis P., resolution for the * payment to the representatives of, late assistant doorkeeper, of one month's extra pay—[By Mr. Windom, July 6, 1868. *.

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agreed to, 3759.

CCXIII Bugher, Josephine R., bill (H. R. No. 520) to place the name of, on the pension-roll— [By Mr. Burr.] reported and passed, 735; passed Senate, 3336; enrolled, 3375; approved, 3731. In Senate : received from House, 731 ; referred, 764; reported, 1811; passed, 3317; enrolled, 3359. Buildings, joint resolution (H. R. No. 107) to ovide Government, in the city of Brookyn, New York—[By Mr. Barnes.] referred, 89. bill (H. R. No. 624) to regulate construction of private, in city of Washington, District of Columbia—[By Mr. Welker.] referred, 934. bill (H. R. No. 751) for the erection of, in the city of Brooklyn—[By Mr. Robinson.] referred, 1217. -* joint resolution (H. R. No. 256}) authorizing the Secretary of the Treasury to appoint a commission to examine certain, i St. Louis, Missouri—[By Mr. Pile.] referred, 23.99. Bullion, joint resolution (H. R. No. 337) con: tinuing the refining of, in Mint of United States and branches—[By Mr. Windom.] read, 4001; passed, 4002; indefinitely postponed by Senate, 4.175. In Senate : received from House, 3084; referred, 3987; reported and indefinitely postponed, 4093. - Burbridge, Major General S. G. card of, o to speech of Hon. S. S. Mar: shal Burchell, Peter J., bill (H. R. No. 744), for the relief of, of Ioane county, Illinois– [By Mr. Farnsworth.] referred, 1217; committee discharged, referred anew, 2680. Burdett, Carrie E., bill (S. No. a pension to. received from Senate, 3345; reported and passed, 3897; enrolled, 3948. . Bureaus in New York, resolution instructing . Committee on Military Affairs to inquire into the expediency of requiring the Secretary of War to concentrate the offices of several, at some convenient place within the harbor of said eity{By Mr. Schenck, December 12, 1867.] agreed to, 153. Burke, Martin, bill (H.R., No. 1398) granting a pension to—[By Mr. Miller.] reported and passed, 3892; passed Senate, 355; enrolled, 4435; approved, 4498. In Senate : received from House and referred, 39.17; reported, 4197 ; passed, 4369; enrolled, 4443. Burleigh, Walter A.; a Delegate from Dakota: etitions presented by 844, 891, 901 . introduced byNo. 650—to amend the act of March 3, 1865, providing for the construction of certain wagon-roads in Dakota Terri: No. 651—granting lands to aid in the con: struction of a railroad and telegraph line in the Territory of Dakota........935 No. 838—to fix the salaries of certain ter. ritorial officers.......... ----------------- 1512 No. 801—in regard to the title of individ: uals to public lands..................... 1759 joint resolution introduced byNo. 244—to establish a post route in Dakota 07.0 resolutions submitted byto set apart a room in the Capitol for the use of the territorial Delegates—[Feb: ruary 10, 1868] 1984 instructing Committee on the Public Lands to inquire into the expediency of providing for the cutting of wood upon the public lands along the upper Missouri river, to be used as fue for steamboats navigating said river. [March 6, 1868]................":,1707 inquiring, the number of troop. stationed along the line of Union Pacific railroad between Ömaha, Nebroska, and Go: Salt Lake City—s suly 7. 1868]...... 3804

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making inquiry respecting the amount of revenue on distilled spirits collected in the State of Illinois for the six months ending November 30, 1867–(December 12, 1867] o 155 calling for a statement of the several amounts paid out of the contingent fund for expenses caused by the investigation of the charges against the President before the Judiciary Committee—[December 12, 1807]......................... 155 calling for certain information in regard to the administration of the War Department—[December 19, 1867] 286 in relation to the withdrawal of interestbearing bonds—[March 3, 1868]...1761

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735, 1161, 1401, 1427, 2621, 3101 incidental remarks by.............. 11, 71,155,

231, 551, 735, 781, 1084, 1421, 1427, 1504,1620, 1761, 1959, 1968, 1998, 2137, 2226.2412, 2651, 2804, 2907, 2010, 3101 remarks on the bill to exempt cotton from internal tax.............................. 31, 36 on the resolution for the impeachment of the President, reported from the Judi

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Burr, Albert G., a Representative from Illinois–Continued. remarks on the President's message...... on the order of business...........267, 2162 on the joint resolution to provide for the examination of distillery meters, 426,427 on the bill defining a quorum of the Supreme Court................................477 on the censure of Hon. Fernando Wood, 542 on the supplementary reconstruction bill (H. R. §. 439) 583 (See Appendix.) on the death of Hon. Thomas E. Noell, a Representative from Missouri......... 698 on the bill concerning southern land grants ........................... 874, 875, 970 on the bill granting pensions to the soldiers of 1812 1247 on the resolution reported for the impeach; ment of the President.......... 1398, 1401 (See Appendix.) on questions relating to impeachment, 1401, 1425, 1427 on the finances.................... ---------- 1428 (See Appendix.) on the civil appropriation bill...........1479 on the articles of impeachment...... .1544, 1545, 1619, 1620, 1633, 1642 during call of the House, 2645, 2646, 2649 on the case of Charles W. Woolley, a recu

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Busteed, Richard, resolution directing the Committee on the Judiciary to investigate charges against, United States district the judge of Alabama—[By Mr. Wilson, of Iowa, July 22, 1868.] reported and adopted, 4335. Butchers’ Association, bill (H. R. No. 427) to incorporate the Washington Benevo. lent, of the District of Columbia—[By Mr. Koontz.] referred, 475. Butler, Benjamin F., a Representative from Massachusetts.............. 2 !. presented by ills introduced by— No. 317—to provide for the publication of the laws 241 No. 320-making appropriations to supply deficiencies in the appropriations for the execution of the reconstruction laws, and for the service of the quartermas. ter's department of the Government for the fiscal year ending June 30, 1868,260 No. 500-for the better regulation of the custody and expenditure of public moneys 637 No. 678-making appropriations for the payment of invalid and other pensions of the United States for the year ending the 30th of June, 1869 1045 No. 682–in addition to an act to protect the revenues..............................1082 No. 783–for the relief of the Navajo In.

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