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Mr. Baker...................... ... 2311, 2312 Mr. Banks............... 1218, 1294, 1797, 1799, 1800, 1805, 1806, 2311, 2312, 2313, 2314, 2315, 2316, 2317, 2318 Mr. Benton........................ 2315, 2316 Mr. Chanler.............................. 2312 Mr. Coburn ........................2817 Mr. Dawes 2313, 2314, 2315, 2317 Mr. Eliot................................. 799, 1860, 1805, 2311, 2318, 2316 Mr. Garfield.............................. 2314 Mr. Harding.............................. 2315 Mr. Fingersoll..................... 2316, 2317 Mr. Jenckes............... 2311, 2316, 2317 Mr. Judd.................. 1805, 2314, 2315 Mr. Kerr................................... 1806 Mr. Lawrence, of Ohio.... ... 1805 Mr. Maynard............................. 1806 Mr. Morgan.... 1800, 1805 Mr. Mullins............................... 2314 Mr. Paine.......................... 2311, 2314 Mr. Pile............ .....2311 Mr. Scofield ..2312 Mr. Spalding ....... ...2313 Mr. Van Trump..... ........ 1800,

1801, 1803, 1805, 2311 Mr. Wood...................... ... 1805, 2030 yeas and nays on the......................2317 joint resolution (H. R. No. 213) in relation - to the rights of American, abroad—[By Mr. Griswold.] referred, 1420. resolution for printing the communication from the State Department in relation to the trial and conviction of American, in Great Britain and Ireland—[By Mr. Laflin, March 4, 1868.] reported and agreed to, IG61. joint resolution (H. R. No. 248) in relation to the rights of, of the United States of America-IBy Mr. Judd.] referred, 2.193. resolution calling for information in regard to the treatment of certain American, reported to have been unjustly arrested, imprisoned, and flogged while in prison by authority of an officer of the Gover. on of Mexico–sby Mr. Chanler, May 12, 1868.] objected to, 2420. resolution in reference to the imprisonment § Georgia—[By Mr. Beck, June 1.

laid over, 2752; referred, 3759, 3760. resolution in reference to the recent murder of in South Carolina—[By Mr. Ashley, of Ohio, June 11, §s. objected to, 3063. resolution in reference to the imprisonment of American, abroad—[By Mr. Van Wyck, June 25, 1868.] on laid over, 3223, 3760; agreed to, 3477. resolution in reference to the protection of -- *—to Mr. Niblack, June 30,

agreed to, 3616. joint resolution (H. R. No. 857) placing th loyal, of the State o on o o terms with, of other States, acco ing to the act of July 4, 1864–[By Mr. Haughey..] referred, 4416. Citizenship, bill (H. R. No. 493) to extend the ; of, §. §. Mexican citizens residing on New Mexico—[By Mr. referred, 474. [By Mr. Clever.j joint resolution (H. R. No. 186) declarato of the rights and powers of the j and State £onments, and the rights.

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Civil expenses of the Government, bill (H.R.

No. 242) to amend the twelfth and thir. teenth sections of an act making approriations for sundry, for the year ending o 30, 1867–LBy Mr. Buckland.] referred, 90. bill (H. R. No. 341) to amend the twelfth section of the soldiers' bounty law as contained in an act making appropriations for sundry, for the year ending June 30, 1867, approved July 28, 1866– [By Mr. Kerr.] referred, 331. joint resolution (H. R. No. 132) in regard to the construction of section ten of an act approved March 2, 1867, entitled “An act making appropriations for sundry, for the year ending June 30, 1868”—[By Mr. Farnsworth.] referred; 381; substitute reported, 666; passed, 667. In Senate: received from House, 674; referred, 699; reported, 845. joint resolution (H. R. No. 164) explauatory of section thirteen of the act approved July 28, 1866, entitled “An act mak

ing appropriations for sundry, for the

year ending June 30, 1867”—[By Mr. Churchill.]

referred, 637.

bill (H. R. No. 818): making appropriations

for sundry, for the year ending June 30, 1869–LBy Mr. Washburne, of Illinois.j

reported. 1424; discussed, 1454, 1455, 1473, 1484, 1505, 1512, 1998, 2026; passed, 2028; passed Senate with amend. ments, 3724; referred, 8724; reported, 3765; discussed, 3841; conference, 3850, 3885; conference report, 4061; agreed to by Senate, 4061; by House, 4062; recalled by Senate, 4082; not returned by House, 4083; enrolled, 4088; approved, 4255.

In Senate; received from House, 2040 ; referred, 2040; amendment, 2144 ; amendment reported, 2594; amendment submitted, 3183, 3424; reported, 3463; amendment, 8552,3566, 3570, 3645; dis. cussed, 3571, 3608, 3632, 3681; passed with amendments, 3688; conference, 88.18, 8904; conference report. 4033; çoncurred in by Senate, 4085; recalled from House, 4070; not returned, House having agreed to conference report, 4075; enrolled, 4075.

remarks by—

Mr. Allison............................... 1
Mr. Arnell....................... --------- ;
Mr. Ashley, of Nevada........8844, 3845
Mr. Ashley, of Ohio....... 1507
Mr. Axtell.......................... 1456
Mr. Banks...................... 1455,
1456, 1458, 2003, 3847, 3848, 3849
Mr. Barnes..................'. 1478
Mr. Benton..................... 43
Mr. Blaine......... 1476, 1478, 1479, 1480,
148l. 1484, 1508,1511, 1993, 30%
Mr. Burleigh.......... 1485, 1505, 2027
Mr. Burr......... ....... 1479

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Mr. Cavanaugh......... 1506, 1507, 2027 Mr. Chanler......... o: - 1456, 1457, 1458,145

Mr. Churchill......... ... *. o

1459, 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003 Mr. Coburn................. 1510, 1511 #: 99.94e..................... 1508, 1509

r. Culiom.

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Civil expenses of the Government, bill (H.R.
No. 818)—Continued.

remarks by—

Mr. Dawes......................... .....8848
Mr. Delano................................ 8849
Mr. Dodge......... , 1481, 1485, 2005
Mr. Driggs................. 1459, 1474, 1485
Mr. Eggleston............................ 1512
Mr. Farnsworth......................... 3843
Mr. Flanders.............. 1454, 1457, 1458
Mr. Garfield...... 1511, 1512, 2001, 2028
Mr. Getz ................ ........2008
Mr. Harding...................... 1506, 1507
Mr. Holbrook............ 1505, 1506, 1507
Mr. Hooper, of Utah.................. 1507
Mr. Hopkins.......................1477, 2004
Mr. Hulburd.............................1474,

2001, 2002, 2008, 3844 Mr. Humphrey..................... ..... 1459 Mr. Ingersoll..................... 1482,1484,

1485, 1507, 1508, 1509,

1510, 1511, 1512, 2028 Mr. Johnson.............. 1455, 1456, 1457 Mr. Kelley................. ------- 1475, 1510 Mr. Kelsey ................................ 1511 Mr. Lawrence, of Ohio, 1480,1482,1484,

1485, 1508, 1509, 1510, 1511, 1512 • Logan........................ 1476, 1477, 1478, 1510, 1511, 1998, 1999, 2006 Lynch................. 1459, 3842, 3849 .......... 1505, 1506

Mr. Maynard............................. 2003,

3848, 3849, 3850, 4062 Mr. Miller........................ ......... 2005 Mr. Mullins, 1458, 1510, 3843,3848,3850 Mr. Mungen.............. 1507, 1512, 2028 Mr. Newcomb........................... 2027 Mr. Niblack.......... ... 1484

. O'Neill.............................. 1474, 1475, 2003, 2004, 3842, 3843 3846, 3847, 3848 ... 1456, 1458, 3846 , 2001, 2003, 3843, 3846, 3847, 3848, 3849, 3850 Pike ................................. 14% 1460, 2001, 2002, 3843, 3848 . Poland....................... 1481, 1482,

Mr. Price......... 1479, 1480, 1481, 1508 Mr. Pruyn.............................." 1454, 1455, 1456, 1481, 1509, 2027 Mr. Randall............. .1998, 1999, 2003 Mr. Raum................................ 1475. 1476, 1478, 1479, 1507, 1509, 2008 Mr. Ross...........2003, 2004, 2006, 2027 Mr. Sawyer......... ---------- ... 1999 Mr. Scofield ...20% Mr. Selye...............................” 1480,

1481, 1509, 2001, 2025. 2027 . Spalding..... 1474,1479, 1485, lo 1511, 1512, 1999, 2000, 3842, 884. . Starkweather........................!?" . Stevens, of Pennsylvania...... 1473. 3845, 3846,3847, 3848, 38% • Taber...............................” . Taffe.......... ... 1507, 3845 . Trowbridge... ... 1474, 2001 . Twichell...... ----------------------- 1482 . Upson.........................": , 1454, 1459, 1476, 1479, 1481, 14. , Van Wyck........... 1481, 1508, 1510 Mr. Washburne, of Illinois...::::::::::: 1455, 1456,1457, 1458, 1439, 4% -- 1473, 1474, 1475, 1476, 1477, 1473. -: 1479, 1480, 1481, 1483, 1484, 1483, 1505, 1596, 1507, 1508, loo. ." 1511, 1512, 1998, 1999, 2009, 3. 2002, 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006, ; 2027, 2028, 3724, 3765, 8841; 3842. 3843, 3844, 8846, 3850, o Washburn, of Wisconsin....” 14. - 1456, 2003, 8848 Mr. Welker...............1506, 1509, o Mr. Wilson, of Iowa......... 1476, o; 1481, 1998, 2001, 2005, 2006, ; Mr. Wood............. *ś yeas and mays on the........2004, 2026, he Civil officers, resolution in relation to o: appointment of, in the States lately . rebellion—[By Mr. Upson. January * 1868.] amended and adopted, 831. * , =

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on Retrenchment to report a bill which shall provide for a bureau of at Washington city, for the examination of persous nominated for positions in the various Departments—[By Mr. Logan, January 7, 1868.] objected to, 366. bill (H. R. No. 586) to provide for a bureau of at Washington, in the District of Columbia—[By Mr. Logan.] referred, 806. bill (H. R. No. 948) to regulate the, of the United States, and to promote the effieieney thereof—[By Mr. Jenckes.] referred, 2009; reported. 2466; discussed,

2466;recommitted, 2470; reportprinted,

2571; motion to make special order,
3766, 4002, 4008.

remarks by—
Mr. Benton................................2466
Mr. Jenckes........................... ...2466,

2470, 3766,400.2, 4003 Mr. Welker................................2466 resolution for printing report of the Committee on Retrenchment on the-IBy Mr. Cake, June 30, 1868.] reported and agreed to, 8613. Claim, (H. R. No. 1075) to authorize the adjudication of No. 45 in the report of the orveyor general of the Territory of New Mexico—[By Mr. Orth.] reported and passed, 2499. In Senate: received from House, 2505; referred, 2506. **gents, resolution instructing the Comoulee on Military Affairs to inquire what further legislation is needed for the proo g o: W. sailors from the rāllūs 01– r. W M adopted, 1668, y ard, March 4, 1868.] ims, the Committee of, instructions to, 2164, 2349 reports from........... ....812, 507, 1501, 1503,

lo, 1540, 1541, 2458, 2459, 2460,

238, 2589, 2540, 8226, 8552, 35.53,

ady $344, 3355, 3761, 3762, 8763, 4423 * reports from................. ... 134, 507, .# 1501, 1502, 1503, 1504, 1540, o, 2439, 2451,2537, 2538, 2530,

discha 2540, 8553, 3555, 3761, 3762, 3763 18C seed on subjects...................507, usio 11.1% 1503, 2400, 2499, 4124 ofor No. 234) to prevent the payment nois *-ū, Mr. Washburne, of Illi. o reported, postponed to Jano,*:::::: 507 ; motion to passed, ...” ; discussed, 736, 782;

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the Seeretary of State to adjust certain,

Claims—Continued.

joint resolution (H. R. No. 167) in relation
to the prosecution of, before the De-
partments—[By Mr. Washburn, of Wis.
consin.] |
read and passed. 687. |
In Senate : received from House, 652; re-
ferred. 674.
bill (H. R. No. 635) in relation to the, of
colored soldiers—[By Mr. Anderson.]
referred, 935; reported adversely, 3943.
joint resolution (H. R. No. 192) relating to,
arising from Indian depredations and to
restrict the jurisdiction of the Court of
Claims—[By Mr. Clarke, of Kansas.]
referred, 935. -
bill (H. R. No. 705) to provide for a com-
- mission to investigate, arising from In-
dian depredations—[By Mr. Clarke, of
Kansas.]
read, referred, and printed, 1083.
resolution inquiring the amount of Indian
spoliation, now on file, growing out of
the Indian war of 1855 and 1856, in
Oregon, Washington, and Montana—
[By Mr. Flanders, February 14, 1868.]
agreed to, 1177. |
bill (H. R. No. 748) providing for the ex-
amination of, for Indian depredations
in the Territory of New Mexico—[By
Mr. Clever.]
referred, 1217. -
joint resolution (H. R. No. 212) to provide
for the examination of certain, in the
State of Kentucky—[By Mr. Shanks.]
referred, 1419.
joint resolution (H. R. No. 230) declaring
it the duty of Congress to make provis-
ion for the adjustment and payment of,
due loyal citizens in the late rebellious
States for subsistence, &c., taken in
.. of the Union Army, the same
as those due citizens in the States which
remained loyal—[By Mr. Miller.]
referred, 1759.
joint resolution (S. R. No. 123) authorizing

and directing the payment thereof.
. ... received from Senate, 2286; referred, 2544.
resolution in relation to the publication of
all soldiers', which have been allowed
and paid by the Departments—[By Mr.
Cobb, April 20, 1868. J
agreed to, 2310. -
bill (H. R. No. 1068) to provide for certain,
against Department of Agriculture--
[By Mr. Washburn, of Massachusetts.]
reported, 2458; passed, 2459: passed Sen-
ate with amendments, 3761; agreed to,
3888; enrolled, 3939; approved, 4004.
In Senate: received from House and re-
ferred, 2488; reported, 2759; referred
anew, 2772; reported, 3424; passed with
amendment, 3721; concurred in by
House, 3872; enrolled, 3904.
bill (H. R. No. 1131) regulating judicial pro-
ceedings in certain cases for the protec-
tion f officers and agents of the Gov:
ernment, and for the better defense of
the Treasury against unlawful—[By Mr.
... Butler, of Massachusetts.] -
referred, 2750; reported, 8620; passed,
8655; passed Senate with amendments,
4476; agreed to, 4478; enrolled, 4495;
approved, 4500.
In Senate : received from House, 3645;
referred, 3645; reported, 4439; passed
with amendments, 4449; agreed to by
House, 4451; enrolled, 4501.
bill (H. R. No. 1278) providing for the ap-
pointment of a commission to examine
and report upon certain, of the State of
New York—[By Mr. Ketcham.]
reported and recommitted, 8294; reported
and discussed, 3944; recommitted,8946.
remarks by- -

Clarke, Sidney, a Representative from Kan.

Mr. Cullom........................ 3945, 3946
Mr. Garfield... ..8945, 8946
Mr. Kelsey............ ................:”. 8945
Mr. Ketcham.....................8944, 8945
Mr. Maynard.............................8945

Claims, bill (H. R. No. 1278)—Continued. remarks by— Mr. Scofield............ Mr. Spalding............ Mr. Welker.............. Mr. Wilson, of fowa.... bill (H. R. No. 1869) to provide for the payment of certain demands for stores and articles used by the engineer department of the Army of the United States— By Mr. Delano.] referred, 3786. bill (S. No. 214) to authorize the Secretary of War to settle the, of the State of Kansas for services of the militia called out to repel invasion of General Price. received from Senate, 3928; referred, 4491. 4492. bill (H. R. No. 1443) authorizing the appointment of three commissioners to examine the, of the Territory of Montana for volunteers during the late Indian war, and to report upon the same— [By Mr. Cavanaugh.] referred, 4252. Clapp. James C., joint resolution (H.R. No. 234) authorizing the settlement of the accounts of, deceased—[By Mr. Dawes.] referred, 1900. Clark, Edward A., architect of the Capitol, communication from, relating to committee-room................................... 1107 Clark, Lois, bill (S. No. 569) granting relief to. received from Senate, 3535; referred, 4475. Clark, Mrs. Mary, bill (H. R. No. 804) for the relief of [By Mr. Hubbard, of West Virginia. ] referred, 1418. Clarke, Ethan Ray, and Samuel Ward, bill (S. No. 347) to confirm the title of, to cer. tain lands in the State of Florida, claimed under a grant from the Spanish Govern- ment. - received from Senate, 1667; referred, 1769; reported and discussed, 3690; passed, 3602; enrolled, 3707. remarks by—

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on the tax bill (H. R. No. 1060),3042, 3043 leave of absence granted to, 290, 1693,3271

sas........................................” petitions presented by:::::::::::::::::: 490,920, 1117, 1286, 1369, 1418, 1514, 1693, 1806, 1909, 2070, 3766 bills introduced by— No. 400–authorizing the construction of a bridge across the Missouri river upon the military reservation at Fort Leavenworth, and to provide for the reduction of said reservation.......................474 No. 401—for the relief of John Whiteford, late captain in the first regiment.gf Arkansas infantry..................:::::474 No. 402—for the relief of Charles Butter, field, a Chippewa half breed Indian, 474 No. 556–relating to the Central Branch Union Pacific o Company....779 No. 645–granting lands to aid in the co, struction of a railroad and tele raph line from Fort Scott, Kansas, to *; o Fé, New Mexico........... ...

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Clarke, Sidney, a Representative from Kan

sas–Continued. bills introduced by— No. 646—to extend the prečmption and homestead laws of the United States over certain lands, and for other pur: poses.......................... ::::::::...” No. 704—in aid of the Union Pacific railway, eastern division, supplementary to an act approved July 1, 1802, and the acts aunendatory thereof............... 1083 No. 705—to provide for a commission to investigate claims arising from Indian depredations.............................. 1083 No. 706–amending an act to amend an act entitled “An act to regulate trade and intercourse with the Indian tribes and to preserve peace on the frontiers, approved June 30, 1884 '........................... 1083 No. 729—to forever prohibit the system of peonage and Indian slavery in the Territory of New Mexico and other parts of the United States............ 11.78 No. 854—to dissolve the commission authorized by the act to establish peace with certain hostile tribes of Indians, approved July 20, 1867 ...... --------- 1631 No. 938-to authorize the sale of twenty acres of the land of the military reserva. tion at Fort Leavenworth, Kansas, 1993 No. 1140-granting lands to aid in the construction of a railroad and telegraph line from Irving, Kansas, to Albuquerque and Santa Fé, New Mexico...........2750 No. 1447-granting the right of way to certain railway companies over the military reservation at Fort Leavenworth, Kansas......................................4380 joint resolutions introduced by— No. 149-for the relief of the settlers on the Osage Indian lands in Kansas...474 No. 150-authorizing the Leavenworth and Northwestern Railroad Company and the Leavenworth and Des Möines Railroad Company to construct their roads through the military reservation at Fort Leavenworth.....................474 No. 162-for the relief of John T. Cox, late regimental quartermaster of first regiment Indiana home guards........637 No. 102-relating to claims arising from Indian depredations and to restrict the jurisdiction of the Court of Claims, 935 No. 243—for relief of J. E. Reeside, 2070 No. 809, for the relief of loyal Choctaw

and Chickasaw Indians................. 3.19%) No. 391-for the relief of Helen and Heloise Lincoln.............. ............4469

resolutions submitted by— inquiring the number of acres of land con. oned in the military reservation of Fort Riley, and whether the whole of said reservation is needed for military pur. poses-ldanuary 22, 1858]........... 6S7 concerning the elective franchise in Montana—[January 27, 1858]. -------- 781 calling for copies of ài contracts with Benjouin Holliday for the transportation of the overland mail, *...*. 27 *]:...............................7.3 concerning an appropriation for the erec. tion of buildings at Topeka, Kansas, for the use of the United States courts, post office, and land office—[January '2s , *];......................so, in regard to pensions for the wido. and children of the men killed at the In assaore at Lawrence, Kansas, on the j of August, 1868–IJanuary 31, 1868]...891 “...i. the resolution adopted by the House February 7 in refore. to draw. ing seats—[February 10, 1868]...... 1084 calling for certain information in reference to the overland mail contracts with B. . Holliday-sfebruary 20, 1868]......1294 dio Committee on the Judiciary to consider the expediency of extending the jurisdiction of the court of the Uni. ted States for the district of Kansas Over the Indian territory i the State of Kan.

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361, 781, 2686, 3928, 3967, 4491, 4492 remarks on the bill for the sale of the arsenal grounds at St. Louis........... ... 715, 4341 on the bill concerning the rights of American citizens abroad..................... 1105 on the resolution reported for the impeachment of the President....... ----------- 1390 on the Indian appropriation bill, 1424, 1453 on the joint resolution relating to the Osage Indian lands... .... 1704 on the finances.............................. 1730 concerning the sale of the Osage Indian lands............... 2305, 3053, 3171, 32.56. 3261, 3252, 3263, 3264, 3265, 3266 on the joint resolution to regulate freight tariff on Pacific railroad, 2423, 2425, 2126 on the order of business.................. 2681 on the Indian appropriation bill, 2683,2584 on the bill to provide an American line of

ocean steamers........................ ... 3033 on the bill in relation to the Great and Little Osage Indians.................... 3132 on the bill to amend an act for carrying the mails.......... - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 3.309 on the bill for the relief of loyal Choctaw and Chickasaw Indians........ . ......8836

on the Great and Little Osage Indian treasy................................4.001, 4499 (See Appendi.c.) on the bill fer the relief of Helen and Heloise Lincoln..........................445) leave of absence granted to................. 24:38 Clerk, resolution allowing a, to Committee on Banking and Currency—[By Mr. Buck. land, December 19, 1807.j objected to, 282. resolution allowing a, to the two Committees on Mines and Mining and the Pacific Railroad, and fixing his compensation— [By Mr. Higby, December 20, 1867.] adopted, 312, 313. resolution allowing Committee on Banking and Currency a, and fixing his compensation-(By Mr. Pomeroy, January 14, 1868.] agreed to, 507. resolution authorizing Committee on Print. "g to employ a, at the usual rate of **nsation-IBy Mr. Laflin, Janu. ary 28, 1868.] reported, 800; adopted, 801. resolution authorizing the Doorkeeper to oppoint a document file, and pay him from the ‘optingent fund of the Houseso Mr. Windom, February 10, 1868.] referred, 1084. Clerk of the House, instructions to.....105, 314 communications from.................638, 2109 Clerks to oommittees—see Salaries. Clerks, bill (H. R. No. 204) to extend the Joint resolution giving additional com pen* o employés in the civil'serice a ashington, approved F 28, 1867–[By Mr. i.e. ebruary referred, 9. bill (H, R. No. 78) to amend an act entitled An act to regulate the fees and costs to be allowed, marshals, and attorneys o and district courts of the * otates,’’ approved Febr io. Ko", *, °ommittee discharged, 668, 669.

Clerks—Continued.

joint resolution (H. R. No. 179) giving twenty per cent. additional compensa. tion to the, and other employés of the Executive Departments at Washington city receiving salaries not under one thousand nor over two thousand dollars per year in the aggregate—[By Mr. Spaiding. I referred, 780. resolution calling for a report of the number and names of the persons employed in the several Departments of the Gov. ernment at Washington, the State and congressional district from which they come and to which they are accredited| By Mr. Mungen, January 30, 1868.] objected to, 865. bill (H. R. No 711) relating to the salaries of certain, in the Patent Office—[By Mr. Peters. J referred, 1083. bill (H. R. No. 746) authorizing the United States district judge for the district of Iowa to appoint, at the several places where terms of the district court for said district are provided by law—[By Mr. Wilson, of Iowa.] referred, 1217. - joint resolution (H. R. No. 245) giving additional compensation to certain em. ployés in the civil service of the Gov. ernment for the fiscal year ending June 30, 1858–LBy Mr. Orth...] . read and printed, 2011; laid aside, 8887. joint resolution (H. R. No. 291) giving additional compensation to certain em. ployés in the civil service of the Goyernment at Washington—[By Mr. Wash' burn, of Indiana. ] read, 2936, 31.64; passed, 8165; recon: sideration moved, 3174; recalled from Senate, 3199 : returned, 3202; notice, 323s; reconsidered, 3255; tabled, 8267. In Senate : received from House, 3150; referred, 3163; recalled by House, 3183.

Clever, Charles P., a Delegate from *::

Mexico ........................... (See Contested Election.) bills introduced by— - d No. 300–to provide for a geological an mineralogical survey of the Territory.” New Mooroo::::::::::::::::: No. 861—to provide for the completion." the capitol'of New Mexico, the building of a penitentiary, and the establishine” of free public schools in each county . said State........................ “ 3 No. 362—to establish certain post o in New Mexico....................:”:::: No. 403—to extend the right of citizo. ship to certain Mexican citizens . ing in New Mexico..................” t No. 404—to facilitate and cheapen "* transportation of military to. Kansas, Colorado, and New Mexico, * No. 405—to increase and improve the territorial library of New Mexico..”. No. 406—to facilitate the transport* of United States supplies and to Po. vent the loss of United States propo in New Mexico........... ...4. No. 407—for the repair, preservat:9". and improvement of the old *::: building” in Santa Fé, New Mexico: t No. 576—to establish a branch ...: Santa Fé, in the Territory of New 780 ico........................... “"“” No. 647—to provide for the settlements in the Territory 9 Mexico........................” No. 648—to provide for go. private land claims in New M. o Nö. 649—to provide for the settle” the war debt of New Mexico ino sin aid of the United States in suppo

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THE CONGRESSIONAL GLOBE. CCXXIII - - -*. ---------to- Clever, Charles P., a Delegate from New || Clock, resolution directing the Secretary of the Cobb, Amnsa. a Re resentatis f wiren o Mexico-Continued. Treasury to suspend work on the new, and ***** e irom WV 1scen o bills introduced by—. weather-vane on the custom-house at New joint resolutions introduced by— o No. 709—for the relief of Margaret Ward, York eity until he reports to this House No. 299—for the relief of certain honorably o 7- - to "---..:.1: 1983 the estimated expense of the same—[By discharged soldiers of the volunteer o No. 748—providing for the examination Mr. Van Wyck, February 27, 1808.] forces of the Union Army............ 31 (34 t of claims for India, depredations in the objected to, 1435. No. 314—for the relief of George D. | Territory of New Mexico.;;.........1217 || Clocks, resolution in relation to the practica- Blakey, late collector of the second disSt. 888—for the relief of Vincent S; bility and expedieney of connecting the, trict of Kentucky................. ------- 35,54 No offi. ão of the Ha of the House and the Chamber No. 350-for the relief of certain honor. * A-V- d will railerolonelnhabitantso of the Senate by telegraph with the regu- ably discharged soldiers of the voluno towns and villages in the Territories of lating clock in the astronomical Observa- teer forces of the United States Arnly * New Mexico, and Arizona who settled tory—[By Mr. Niblack, June 1, 1868.] 4353 * ... so". land...................... .2527 agreed to, 2752. . . resolutions submitted by— o M.O. d 0—to establish certain post offices || Clothing, joint resolution (S. R. No. 111) pro: instructing the Committee on Military * †. post roads in the Territory of New viding for the issue of, to soldiers and Affairs to make certain inquiries in reo, . Mexico..............::::::::::::::::::.....?627 others, to replace clothing destroyed to spect to the extra pay proper of the No. 1091—for the relief of the "o. prevent contagion. officers of the fiftieth regiment of Wisconiro i. of Major John A. W hita l, received from Senate, 1484; called up, 1774; sin volunteers—[January 6, 1868], 332 -. o: paymaster in the United States passed, 1790; enrolled, 1806. authorizing select Committee on the Army, on account of lostoor stolen joint resolution (H. R. No. 281) authorizing Workings of the Pay Department to so -------- :::::::::::2:27 the issue of, to company F, eighteenth summon witnesses and continue to take o No. 1142-for the relief of Francisco Ar- United States infantry—[By Mr. testimony, &c., and to send for papers; o so. New Mexico,2750 Dodge.] and allowing the Paymaster General to o, No. 1143–for the relief of Pabla Montoya, reported and passed, 2680; passed Senate, cross-examine witnesses, &c.—[January o: No. 1144—f - 2750 3974; enrolled, 4002; approved, 4255. || * 20, 1868]..................:::...............63 o *: #7. the relief of the heirs-at- In Senate; received from House, 2690; for the sale of the iron railing taken from aw of Mrs. R. L. De Leon, deceased, referred, 2701; reported and passed, the Hall of the old House of Represent- No. 1197—for th - 2750 3957; enrolled, 3938. atives—[March 10, 1868].....1806, 1859 to 119-for the relief of Etta Eva Carle- || Coal, resolution inquiring the price paid for in relation to the publication of all sol

ton, Henry Carleton, and Guy Carleton,
minor children of Major General Carle-
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r: Jo resolutions introduced by— **-granting pension and homestead to orphan children of Brigadier Gen. s". Christopher Carson, deceased, 2936 * *-for the protection of settlers * Cherokee neutral lands in Kan*olutions submitted by T" ...............4000 - ln o to the system of peonage and #. slavery in the Territory of New COn exico-[February 3, 1868]..........936 .." reference of certain private wo claims—[Fe ruary 10, 1868]...1084 * on the Indian appropriation bill, 2642, 2643, 4304

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anthracite, for the use of the Navy at
New York and at Philadelphia—[By Mr.
Hopkins, July 6, 1868.]
agreed to, 3758.
Coast defense, joint resolution (S. R. No. 171)
in relation to.
received from Senate, 4875.
Coasting trade, bill (H. R. No. 329) to amend
an act entitled “An act to regulate the
foreign, on the northern, northeastern;
and northwestern frontiers of the United
States,” approved June 17, 1864–[By Mr.
Judd.]
referred, 286.
bill (H. R. No. 334) to relieve vessels en-
taged in the, from filing manifests—[By
Mr. Pike.]
referred, 330.
joint resolution (H.R. No. 155) in relation
to vessels enrolled and lieensed for em-
ployment in the, and fisheries—[By Mr.
Moore.]
referred,536; reported, 2324; recommitted,
237.2

bill (S. No. 266) to regulate the foreign and,
on the northern, northeastern, and north-
western frontiers of the United States.
received from Senate, 2812; referred, 3476.
Coast survey, resolution for printing extra
copies of the report of the superintendent
of the United States, for the year 1867–
[By Mr. Lawrence, of Ohio, May 6, 1868.]
referred, 2365; reported and adopted, 2872.
Coats of arms, resolution requesting Commit.
tee of Ways and Means to levy a tax on
family crests and, worn as ornaments on
vehicles or household furniture actually
in use—[By Mr. Chanler, December 12,
1867.]
agreed to, 153.
Cobb, Amasa, a Representative from Wiscon:
Slt1 ......... ...... ----- -----------------------
petitions presented by......... ..295, 699,
745, 935, 1229, 1418, 1485,
1558, 1774, 2305, 2330, 2593
bills introduced by—
No. 1025—to establish a post route from
Lower Lynxville to Fo in the
State of Wisconsin....................:..2330
No. 1069—for the relief of Charles B.
Tanner, late first lieutenant sixty-ninth

Pennsylvania volunteers..........;... 2459 No. 1297—to grant the right to lay and land an ocean telegraph cable...... 8363

No. 1365–For the relief of Captain
Thomas W. Miller.......................8762
joint resolutions introduced by—
No. 218—for the relief of John M. Palo
o
No. 271—proposing an amendment to the

Constitution of the United States, 2527

diers' claims which have been allowed ... and paid by the Departments—[April

20, 1868]................................... 2310 in reference to taxation of interest on bonds—[June 29, 1868]...... 3588, 3589 reports made by............. ----------- 184, 1503,

1540, 2459, 3381, 3554, 3762, 4431 motions made by........687, 1503, 1541, 1960, 2459, 2773, 3554, 3657, 4003, 4144 incidental remarks by, 389, 637, 1333, 1859, 1860, 3294, 3397, 3477, 3766, 4341 remarks on the order of business, 389, 3766 on the bill concerning the District jail, 1539 on the articles of impeachment........ 1612 (See Appendir.) on the bill for the relief of the heirs of General Duncan L. Clinch, 1540, 1797, 1866, 1867, 1868, 1902, 1903, 1904 on the bill for the relief of John M. Palmer, 1540, 1541, 2757, 2773, 3031 on the Tennessee election (case of R. R. Butler)...................................... 1708 on the bill for the relief of J. S. Cunningam..................................2322, 2828 on the bill authorizing the sale of Fort Leavenworth reservation.............. 2681 on the resolution relating to the occupancy of a room by Miss Winnie Ream.....2751 on the tax bill (H. R. No. 1060)...... 2846, 2989, 3144 on the clerks’ twenty per cent. resolution, 2937 on the river and harbor bill...... -------- 3204 on the tax bill (H. R. No. 1284), 3406, 4335 on the bill for the relief of Albert Grant.

35.53 on the bill for the relief of Charles L. Goulding......... .............8554

of interest on bonds, 3588, 3589 on the legislative appropriation bill, 8696 on the bill in relation to additional bounties.................................”....... 3722 on the joint resolution conc, "ning the pay of volunteers.................. --

on the taxation

leave of absence granted

Coburn, John, a Representative from Indi; ana..... . . . . . . . . . ----------- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 2 etitions presented by....... 2233, 2000, 4264

ills introduced by-
No. 325—for the relief ef Henry B. Mo
6

No. 826—for the relief of D. Braden, 286
No. 827—to amend the act providing for
the pay of jurors in the circuit and dis-
trict courts of the United States....:286
No. 421-for relief of Susan V. Berg, 473
No. 422—for the relief of J. Harmon, 475
No. 4; for the relief of the heirs .2%
Simeon Castro and their assigns...~~47?
No. 475–concerning district judges...686

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No. 476—requiring the War Department to pay to veteran volunteers their boun: ties, in accordance with General Orders No. 101 and 215 of that Department for the year 1893........... ::::::::: ......68% No. 571 – to prevent comproo.” of offenses against the reven” laws, and making such compromises felonious, No. 572-to provide for the office of the president of the United States in case of the expiration before the next pres: idential election of the term of service of the United States Senator acting as President......... --------- “: ''''''''' ......780 No. 799–granting bounty land to soldiers who have been engaged in the military service of the United States in the war of the rebellion No. 800—to provide for the rejection as void of all votes cast at an election for members of the House of Representalives of the United States for oy Po. son known to be ineligible by the persons casting them....::: ............... 141% No. 954—for the relief of W. Howard, 2070 No. 955—for the relief of David D. Negley, late captain of company C, one indred and twenty-fourth regiment Indiana volunteer infantry............ 2070 No. 971—for the relief of R. C. Horn, 2143 No. 1005—to provide for the payment of back pensions in cases where the perjonoided thereto have been infants or insane and without guardians during the period in which such persons ... without guardians........ -- - - - - - - - - - - - - - 2291 No. 1008—to establish a post route fpon Plainfield to Smootsdell, Indiana...2291 || No. ii.13–to amend an act entitled “An act to amend an act entitled. An ol. for to better security of the lives of po sengers on board of vessels propelled in whole or in part by steam, and for other purposes,’” approved August 30, 1852, 2750 No. 1291—to provide for the relief from disabilities of certain persons who have been engaged in rebellion............8968 oint resolution introduced by

No. 270—tendering the thanks of Congress to Captain David McDougall, of the 2526

United States Navy.....................”

calling for a statement of the number of votes cast for and against the constitu- || tions of North Çarolina, South Carolina, Georgia, Louisiana, and Alabama. [May 11, 1808.]............... 2407 ... 1303 ... ...... 171, 3416, 3722

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J. S. Golladay)......... g...... 60, 61 on the bill relating to land grants to southern railroads............841, 842, 843, 844

on the legislative appropriation bill, 1932, 1115, 1276 on the Kentucky election (case of Samuel || E. Smith)... 1184, 1186, 1187, on the Army appropriation bill......... 1303 on the resolution reported for the impeachment of the President.................. 1394 (See Appendiz. on the civil appropriation bill...1510, 1511 on the bill concerning the rights of American citizens abroad..................... 2317 on the joint resolution to supply documents to the national asylums...............2634 on the tax bill (H. R. No. 1060).....2950, 2953, 3043 On the bill to relieve certain ...! North Carolina from political disabili: ties ......... ... ...... ---------------- ........8301 on the tax bill (H. R. No. 1284).......3494 on deficiency bill (H. R. No. 1341), 37.26 ... morning ill................sio on the Portage Lake ship-canal bill...4468

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H. wit, rush. R. No o to provide for the removal of the remains of 'iate minister of the United States at Ecuador, to the Ünited States—[By Mr. Banks." i referred, 2999. resolution in reference, 9. in the Treas. ury and a new loan– By Mr. Boutwell, January 27, 1808.] / objected to, S4 of nickelcopper pieces of five cents and under[By Mr. Kelley.] referred, 2109. resolutions adopted to meeting of the Toledo Board of Trade relative to a change of 21.93 bill (H. R. No. 1445) to promote the establimentofan international metrical system of—[By Mr. Kelley. ] referred, 42.93. bill (H. R. No. 781) to establish a uniform system of—[By Mr. Kelley.] referred, 1318. a Representative from Indiana......... ... ............... -------'''''''''''''' 2 bills introduced byNo.'sso–for the completion of a harbor of commerce and refuge at Michigan City, Indiana..... ...................” No. 8s.1—refunding duties paid under proost on the importation from Foo" of a left donated for the use of the St. Mary's Institute and Notre Dame University, Indiana..................” “...: 1759 No. 921–refunding the amount paid by private subscription toward the improve: ment of Michigan City, indiana... 1900 No. 490) to cre:

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include the whole consolidated city of Philadelphia—[By Mr. O'Neill.) referred, 779; reported and passed, 3684; passed Senate with amendment, 3271 ; ...oncurred in, 3310; enrolled, 3327 : *P. proved, 3732. In Senate : received from House. 2627; referred, 2028; reported, 28.5%; passed with amendment, 3241; concurred in by House, 3316; enrolled, 3821. bill (H. R. No. 723) to create the of Island Pond—[By Mr. Eliot...] referred, 1161. bül (H. R. No. 724) to extend the boundaries of the, of Champlain—[By Mr. - Eliot.] ... referred, 1151. bül (S. No. 133) to establish as in the State of Oregon. received rom Senate, 3271; referred,3476. bill (S. No. 619) to extend the laws of the United States relating to customs, com’ merce, and navigation over the territory ceded to the United States by Russia, and to establish a, therein. received from Senate, 4133; called up, 4485; discussed, 4487 : passed with amendments, 4488; conference, 4493; Senate recedes, 4500; enrolled, 4500. -- - (H. R. No. 198) to reestablish the boundaries and to change the names of certain, in the State of Michi By Mr. Ferry.] reported, 2012; passed, 2313; passed Senate with amendment, 3271; concurred in 8:11; approved, #32. y In Senate: received from House, 2600; referred, 2622; reported, 2856; passed with ... amendment, 3241; concurred in by House 3316; enrolled, 3.321. * Collector, bill (H. R. No. 683) in relation to the, of customs at Yorktown. Virginia, and abolishing the office of deputy, at the same place—LBy Mr. Morrell.] referred, 1982. ... bill. o o, No. o: the salary of the, of customs for the istrict of Annapolis in Maryland—[By Mr. Thomas. polis, referred, 1217.

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collectors, resolution in reference." compensation of acting assessors and—[December 5, 1867.] agreed to, 53. ill (H. R. No. 229) to regulate the compensation of assistant assessors and assistant, of internal revenue in certain cases—t By Mr. Kerr.] referred, 89. resolution calling for information in regard to the appointment od Poy of deputy, and assessors—[By Mr. Hopkins, December 9, 1897. agreed to, 97. bill (H. R. No. 496) defining the duties of of customs in certain cases—[By Mr. Perham. referred, 637. bill H. R. No. 574) to amend the act of July 28, 1866, to fix the compensation of errain, of customs-UBy Mr. Hooper, of Massachusetts.) • referred, 7SD. bill (H. R. No. 535) to prohibit assessors

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