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No. 289--confirming the title of Willianı
No. 505-granting å pension to Aaron
THE CONGRESSIONAL GLOBE.

CCLXXV
Law department, bill (H. R. No765) to estab: Lawrence William, a Representative from Lawrence, William, a Representative from
lisbar[By Mr. Lawrence, of Ohio.]
Ohio. Continued.

Ohio-Continued.
1867.
] reported, 1271; recommitted, 1278 $ reported bills introduced by-

93 remarks on the Kentucky election (case of and recommitted, 2480.

TR1
No. 816—to authorize homestead entries John Young Brown)..........

..945
remarks by
lladaires

in the Virginia military district in Ohio, on the legislative appropriation bill, 1046, Mr. Holman...... ............. 1273, 2480

1419

1275 GI Mr. Lawrence, of Ohio........1271, 2480 No. 873–to establish certain post routes on the bill granting pensions to the soldiers Law officers of the Government at Washington, in Ohio...........

.1716

of 1812... & toob

..........1248 intable showing names of the officers, their No. 998-to authorize the construction of on the bill to establish a law department, Indianap salaries, and annual expense of........ 1272 a ship.canal from Lake Erie to the Ohio Lavtence; George V., a Representative from

1271, 2180 river .....

.2228 personal and explanatory.... 1294 Pennsylvania........... ........... .2 joint resolutions introduced by

on the resolution reported for the impeachpetitions presented by .......... ...37, No. 175—to refer the claim of Charles J. Inent of the President, 1353, 1339, 1390

949, 1460, 1693, 2006, 2024, 2582, Davis, adninistrator of the estate of (See Appendix.)
2622, 2686, 2757, 2995, 3767, 3953

John Davis, to the Court of Clains...779
bills introduced by-

on national expenditures..... 1428 No. 205 — relative to State taxation of No. 867--for the relief of Jonathan Jeg.

(See Appendix.) United States notes.........

... 1217

on the civil appropriation bill.. 1480, sup, postmaster at York, Pennsylvania, No. 241 — relative to lands sold under

1482, 1484, 1485, 1508, 1705

treaties with Indian tribes............ 2069 No. 1352-to aid the building of a rolling:

.1509, 1510, 1511, 1512 resolutions submitted by

on the bill for the relief of George W. I. mill and nail factory in the city of Wash. instructing Committee on the Judiciary to

Lane......

..1641, 1542 ington, to be named the Washington Iron Works...........

inquire into the expediency of provid. - on the articles of impeachment........1548, .3722

ing that solicitors in the Departments, joint resolution introduced by

1549, 1010, 1660, 1601 and other law officers, shall all consti on the bill for the relief of Jonathan JesNo. 239-authorizing the settlement of tute a part of the Attorney General's the claim of the heirs of Philip Renault

sup...

1706, 2024 department-[December 12, 1867)...153 for certain lands........

on the joint resolution concerning captured resolutions submitted by

**............ 1900
calling for a statement of the entire ex-

property.....

1764, 1766 instructing Committee on Public Buildings

pense of the late trip to Europe of the on the bill providing for the prompt settle

iron-clad Miantonomoh, and of the fund and Grounds to inquire into the practi.

ment of public accounts.....1772, 1773 from which the said expense has been cability of applying Gouge's atmospheric

on the bill concerning the rights of Ameripaid-[December 12, 1867)........... 153 ventilator to the Hall of this House, with

can citizens abroad...... .....1805 on the death of Hon. Cornelius S. Ham. the cost thereof,[February 12, 1868),

on the resolution relating to lands sold ilton, late Representative from the eighth under treaties with Indians........... 2065

1127 district of Ohio-[January 23, 1868), on the House joint resolution for the pro: referring the testimony taken before the

717 Committee on Southern Railroads to

tection of fishing vessels.............. 2374 directing that the numbers of all bills and on the bill to prevent the further sale of the Committee on Expenditures in the joint resolutions, with their titles, shall Post Ofice Department-[February 22,

public lands........................ 2383, 2387 be inserted in the Globe-[March 13, on Connecticut Avenue railway bill, 2388 1334 1868).................

....... 1870 report made by.....

on the Puget Sound railroad bill......2441 ...1705 motions made by ...,

in reference to the funds under the control on the joint resolution relating to Michi

.3397, 4475
incidental remarks by........ 1107, 1200, 1400,
of the Patent Office, and the reduction gan and Wisconsin land

grants......2460
of fees-[March 17, 1868).............. 1938 on the joint resolution relating to the hotel
remarks on the articles of impeachment,
1867, 1993, 2703, 4343, 4422, 4479 in reference to public lands sold under at Fortress Monroe...... ....2500

treaties with Indian tribes-[March 24, on the bill for the relief of Palemon

1560, 1566 on the Tennessee eleétion (case of R. R.

1868).......

2082
John .........

.2639, 2540 Butler).................

for printing extrà copies of the report of on the Indian appropriation bill......2616, on the bill for the relief of Jonatban ......1664, 1710 the Superintendent of the United States

2617, 2618, 2684, 2685, 2710, 2711 Jessup...............1705, 1706, 2023,

Coast Survey for the year 1867—[May on the Onio election (case of Delano vs.

2024 on the bill to guaranty a repablican form

6, 1868)....................

.2365

Morgan)............2781, 2783, 2784, 2785 in reference to the disposal of the public of government...........1965, 1971, 1973

on the joint resolution in reference to on the order of business....

lands by treaty without the authority of Cherokee and Osage Indian lands, 2816

.2022 on bill to admit North Carolina, &c., 2455

an act of Congress-[June 5, 1868],2895 on the tax bill (H. R. No. 1060)......2852, calling for the appraisements of land made

2890, 2891 .1774,

in pursuance of the treaty of July 19, on the resolution concerning the Miami 2072, 8069, 4252 1866, between the United States and

and Erie canal........ .2855, 2856 the Cherokee nation-[July 8, 1868), concerning the sale of Osage Indian .2

3853
lands.....

.... 2894
9
1.extendivg the time for taking testimony in on the bill in regard to Wisconsin land
the contested election case from New

grants.....

"..... ... ...... 2905 Mexico-[July 25, 1868)..............4479 on the deficiency bill (H. R. No. 1314), reports made by...... .......... ..... ....... 669, 2480

8728, 3929 ............. 89 motions made by...

.175,

on the purchase of Alaska.....8811, 4052

195, 317, 936, 1327, 2067, 4340, 4396 on the bill for the removal of certain No, 288—to provide for the appointment ...ntu.......162 incidental remarks by..

.62, political disabilities......... ..3851 of a narsbal for the District of Colum.

117, 936, 946, 1771, 1869, 1906, on the bill for the relief of loyal Choctaw

1938, 2535, 3765, 3885, 3953, 4491 and Chickasaw Indians...... 3855 ...........208 remarks on the bill to exempt cotton from on the bill to improve the Mississippi internal tax...

river....... to certain lands in Iowa, 208

......... 3889, 4257 No. 383–granting pension to John Hamil

.

on the resolution of the Judiciary Com on the joint resolution to protect settlers

mittee for the impeachment of the Pres on Cherokee neutral lands... 4000, 4001 .....473 ident.........

on the bill concerning prize cases in on the bill in relation to islands in tbe Florida......

..4052 ....474

Great Miami river.....89, 508, 509, 1427 on the funding bill................4226, 4308 on the order of business...

156

on the bill to regulate railroad' land on the President's message. .175,

grants......

4429 companies....... 637 177, 179, 181, 182, 183, 184, 185, leave of absence granted to...

2894 186, 187, 195, 619, 2716, 2722, 2723 Laws of the United States, bill (H. R. No. on the bill to provide for the appointment 317) to provide for the publication of them

of a marshal for the District of Colum. [By Mr. Butler, of Massachusetts. ]

bia.... .... 208, 669, 670, 671, 672 referred, 241.

on deficiency bill' (H. R. No. 320), 288, 290 "bill (S. No. 237) in relation to the promul. 687 on the resolution authorizing the sale of gation of the. iron-clads..

.......361 received from Senate, 1141; passed, 1661 ; lon the bill for the relief of Orlaf E. Dreut.

enrolled, 1681. zer.......

bill (H. R. No. 1270) to provide for the on the bill defining a quorum of the Su publication of the treaties and, in the preme Court...

478

States of California, Nevada, and Oreon the death of Hon. Cornelius S. Hamil.

gon, and in the Territories of Washington, a Representative from Ohio..... 717 ton, Idaho, and Montaná-{By Mr. Cav.

on the bill concerning land grants to avaugh.] 1271

santhern railroads.....841, 842, 872, 979 referred, 8164

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Ohio.......

leave of absence granted to.........
Lawrence, William, a Representative from
petition presented by....................

648, 673, 1939, 2593, 2789, 2921
bills introduced by
No. 223-in relation to islands in the

Great Miami river.........
No. 283--to increase the number of judicial
districts in Texas......

bia

.31, 36

.....69

ton, of Olio.....
No. 415-in relation to contracts with the

United States........
No. 492—to secure to actual settlers the
right to purchase lands hereafter granted

to railway and other
Devers, a soldier of the war of 1812, 687
No. 606-granting a pension to Hester

Faulkner, widow of John Faulkner, 687
No. 507-grantinig a pension to Mrs. Sarah

A. Wilklow.....
No. 508-granting a pension to William

Hutchens, a soldier of the war for the
suppression of the rebellion........687
No. 749-granting a pension to Hezekiah

Dunn, father of La Fayette Dunn, late
of company E, one hundred and twenty.

third Ohio volunteer ipfantry.c.441217
No. 760- to establish a law departinent,

421

.......... 1111

Lay, John L., bill (H. R. No. 771) granting | Legislative, executive, and judicial expenses | Legislative, executive, and judicial expenses a pension to-[By Mr. Polsley.)

of the Government, bill (H. R. No. 605) - of the Government, bilt (H. R, No. 605) reported and passed, 1296; passed Senate Continued.

Continued. with amendments, 3340 ; digagreed to, remarks by

remarks by 8693 ; conference, 8694, 3782; conference Mr. Boutwell.....................

1250, 1252
Mr. Twichell

. 1138, 3702 report, 3938; agreed to by Senate, 3928; Mr. Boyer......

1051
Mr. Upson...

. 1088. by House, 3988; enrolled, 3981 ; ap. Mr. Brooks..................................1052

1110, 1112, 1115, 1141, 1253 proved, 4255.

Mr. Broomall........
....................1092

Mr. Washburne, of Illinois...... 920, In Senate: received from House, 1292; Mr. Butler, of Massachusetts... ... 1049,

1019, 1020, 1022, 1020, 1024, 1025,1046, referred, 1308; reported, 1669; passed

1091, 1109, 1110, 1111,

1047, 1048, 1049, 1050, 1051, 1052, 1058, with amendment, 3321 ; conference, 3688;

1112, 3697, 8699, 3701

1088, 1089, 1090, 1091, 1092, 1109, 1110, conference report, 8857 ; concurred in by Mr. Chanler ............. 1052, 1053, 1273

1111, 1112, 1113,1114,1115, 1181,1132, Senate, 3857; by House, 3964; enrolled,

Mr. Cobb.......

.3696

1133, 1134, 1135,1186,1188, 1189,1140, 3958. Mr. Coburn.... 1052, 1115, 1276

1141, 1250, 1252, 1253, 1254, 1255, 1256, Lazaretto, bill (H. R. No. 846) to authorize

Mr. Callom ...
. 1061, 1058, 3725

1273, 1274, 1275,1276,3620,3694,3696, the sale of the, near Philadelphia-[By Mr. Dawes..

. 1141, 1255

3698, 3699, 3701,3702,3703,3704,3705, Mr. Washburne, of Illinois.]

Mr. Dodge..

....1138

8706, 3707, 3724, 3725, 3764,3981,3982 referred, 331.

Mr. Donnelly.

... 1139, Mr. Washbarn, of Indiana...... 1113 Leakage, resolution instructing Committee on

1140, 1141, 3708, 3704, 3707

Mr. Welker.......

. 1088, 3705 Commerce to inquire into the propriety

Mr. Driggs..
.....1088, 1138

Mr. Vindom... 1024, 1046, 1061 of requiring all American steam ocean

Mr. Ela .....

.1090

Mr. Wood sail vessels to provide themselves with Mr. Eldridge..

..920, 1024, 1052
Mr. Woodbridge.

1046, some indicator of-[By Mr. Logan, De

Mr. Eliot......

1255

1048, 1052, 1090, 1091, 1274, 1276 cember 9, 1867. ] Mr. Farnsworth 1050, 1051, 1052,

Mr. Woodward..

1114, agreed to, 98. 1053, 1088, 1090, 1113, 1114, 1115,

1115, 1251, 1252 Lea, Seth, bill (H. R. No. 1815) for the relief

1135, 1138, 1274, 3694, 3700, 3701, yeas and pays on the... 1274, 1275 of-[By Mr. Hawkins. ]

3702, 3703, 3704, 3705, 3706, 3707 | Lender, Robert, bill (H. R. No. 906) for the reported and referred anew, 3524; substi

Mr. Garfield.

.1182,

relief of, company B, twenty-fourth regitate reported and passed, 3899 ; passed

1183, 1140, 1141, 3702, 3703,

ment Illinois infantry volunteers-[By Mr. Senate, 4395; enrolled, 4484 ; approved,

8705, 3706, 3707, 3724, 3725 Cullom.] 4498.

Mr. Getz .....

.1051

referred, 1791. In Senate: received from House and re

Mr. Griswold

1089

Letcher, Lucinda J., bill (H. R. No. 1172) ferred, 3917; reported, 4145; passed,

Mr. Harding.

.1112, 1251 4367; eprolled, 4443.

Mr. Higby:

1024,

granting a pension to--[By Mr. Perham.)

reported and passed, 2907 ; passed Senate, Leeds, Lewis W., resolution for paying George

1053, 1088, 1113, 1253, 1254, 1274

4394 ; enrolled, 4434 ; approved, 4498. H. Haupt and, witnesses before the Com

Mr. Hill.....

.1048, 1136

In Senate: received from House, 2925; mittee on Public Buildings and Grounds Mr. Holman.......920, 1020, 1049, 1052,

referred, 2935; reported, 3814; passed, [By Mr. Covode, June 20, 1868.]

1109, 1135, 1136, 1187, 1188, 1252 agreed to, 3827.

Mr. Hubbard, of West Virginia..... 1024

4363 ; enrolled, 4442. Legal-tender notes--see Currency; Gold Notes. Mr. Ingersoll...... 1023, 1024, 1181, 3697

Letter-boxes, bill (H. R. No. 389) to authorresolution in reference to issuing of a cer:

Mr. Julian...

1052

ize the Postmaster General to put up im. tain amount of, to be used in purchas Mr. Kelley... ..1050, 1110, 1111, 1112

proved-[By Mr. Bromwell.] ing for cancellation any of the gold-inter. Mr. Kelsey.

...1089,

referred, 473. est-bearing bonds of the United States

1090, 8697, 3698,3725 Levees, bill (H. R. No. 444) to provide, secure (By Mr. Ingersoll, March 16, 1868.)

Mr. Laflin............ ...1020, 1089, 1090 the low lands of Arkansas and Missouri referred, 1902.

Mr. Lawrence, of Ohio........ 1046, 1275 from inundation, and encourage the settleLegislative department, joint resolution (H.

Mr. Loan....

....3697 ment thereof-[By Mr. Loan.) R. No. 235) providing for a saving of ex

Mr. Logan.

. 1023,

referred, 517. pense in the--[By Mr. Broomall.]

1047, 1048, 1049, 1050, 1052, 1090, bill (H. R. No. 746) to provide, to protect referred, 1900.

1113, 1114, 1255, 1274, 1275, 1276 the low lands of Arkansas and Missouri Legislativé, executive, and judicial expenses Mr. Lougbridge..... 1091, 1264 from inundation,

and to encourage the of the Government, bill (H. R. No. 595) Mr. Maynard.

. 1019, settlement thereof (By Mr. Logan.) making appropriations for the, for the

1020, 1024, 1046, 1048, 1051, 1052, referred, 1217. year ending the 30th of June, 1869–[By

1053, 1111, 1114, 1137, 1138, 3699, bill (H. R. No. 840) to rebuild the, on the Mr. Stevens, of Pernsylvania. )

3700, 3704, 3705, 3707, 3724, 3725

east bank of the Mississippi river and reported and recommitted, 865.

Mr. Miller...... .............1111, 1136

reclaim the land of the Yazoo basid : bill (H. R. No. 605) making appropriations Mr. Moorhead

...3724 from overflow--[By Mr. Blaine.) for the, for the year ending 30th June,

Mr. Mullins

...1111, referred, 1630. 1869-[By Mr. Washburne, of Illinois.)

1112, 1133, 1254, 1255 reported, 920;

1. bill (H. R. No. 896) to incorporate the Misdiscussed, 1019, 1022, 1046, Mr. Mungen

1025, 1089
1050, 1088, 1109, 1112, 1181, 1134, 1250,
Mr. Myers

sissippi Levee Railway and Steamship 1047,

Company, and to aid in the construc1255, 1278; passed, 1276 ; passed Sen.

1049, 1089, 1090, 1115, 1138
ate with amendments, 3563 ; referred,
Mr. Niblack..

tion of, on the Mississippi river-(By

1091, 1111 Mr. Newcomb.) 3563; reported, 3620; discussed, 3694,

Mr. Paine......

1022,

referred, 1759. 3702, 3705, 8724 ; conference, 3764,

1023, 1049, 1250, 3699, 3725 3786, 3798 ; error correeted, 8841; con

resolution in reference to the, of the Missis

.3697 ferenee report, 8981; agreed to by Sen. Mr. Phelps..... 1250, 1251, 1252,

sippi-[By Mr. Sypher, July 22, 1868. ] ate, 3974; by House, 3981, 3982; en

3703, 3704, 3706, 3707, 8724, 3725

adopted, 4885. rolled, 4080; approved, 4256.

Mr. Pike... 1023, 1024, 1025, 1133, 1134, Levit, Jacob, bil! (H. R. No. 1188) to grant In Senate: received froin House, 1292;

1135, 1141, 1252, 1255, 3705, 3725

an additional bounty to, of Milwaukee, in referred, 1808 ; amendment submitted,

Mr. Pile......

1088

the State of Wisconsin-(By Mr. Paine.) 2260; amendments reported, 2769, 2856;

Mr. Poland

referred, 2750. reported, 2995; amendments, 2996,3130,

Mr. Pomeroy.

.3703, 3704 Lewis, Margaret, bill (H. R. No. 628) grant3243; discussed, 3351, 8360, 8389, 3429, Mr. Pruyn.......

. 1022, 1092, ing a pension to-[By Mr. Hotchkiss.] 3463, 3466, 8506, 3521; passed with

1109, 1110, 1139, 1141, 1264, 1255

referred, 778. amendments, 3528 ; conference, 8748, Mr. Randall, 1063, 1256,3696,3702,3703 bill (H. R. No. 1240) granting a pension 3749; error corrected, 8814; conference Mr. Raum.....

.1090 tom (By Mr. Benjamin.) report, 8967; concurred in by Senate,

Mr. Robinson...........

*... 1132 3958; by House, 4024; enrolled, 4076. Mr. Ross........... 1024, 3697, 3699, 8701

reported and passed, 8103; passed Sen.

ate, 4395; enrolled, 4434; approved, remarks by

Mr. Schenck

.... 1025,

4398.
Mr. Allison......................1113, 1114
Mr. Ashley, of Nevada....... 1254, 3706

1046, 1048, 1110, 1113 In Senate: received from House and re

Mr. Scofield
Mr. Ashley, of Ohio...
Mr. Spalding.

ferred, 3119; reported, 3964 ; passed,

1022, 1048, 4366; enrolled, 4443
Mr. Baker........
1050, 1140, 1251

1090, 1091, 1110, 1113, 1183, 1135 Librarian, joint resolution (H. R. No. 312) ia Mr. Barnes ..

.1112

1139, 1252, 1254, 1255, 3694, 3697, Mr. Beaman.... 1113, 1114, 1186, 1187

relation to the pay of the Assistant, of

8699, 8701, 8702, 8704, 3705, 3706
Mr. Benjamin......

... 1089
Mr. Stevens, of Pennsylvania ...... 1022,

the House-[By Mr. Blaine.)
Mr. Blaine, 1028, 1024, 1046, 1051, 1052,

1047, 1048, 3697, 8698, 3702, 3704,

reported and passed, 3624, 3562; passed * 1053, 1088, 1110, 1111, 1112, 1118,

3705, 3706, 8707, 3724, 3725, 3764

Senate, 3692; enrolled, 3702; approved, 1114, 1115, 1132, 1138, 1141, 3694,

3809,
Mr. Trowbridge
3699, 3700, 3706, 37079-8724, 3726

d., 1114,
po "* 1135, 1136, 1137, 1138, 1139, 3702

In Senate: received from House, 3551; 'read, 3552 ; passed, 3645; enrolled, 3688.

Mr. Peters ...........

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Limitation of debate, motion in regard to...573 Lincoln, the Territory of, bill (H. R. No. 86)

OCLXXVII Libraries, joint resolation (H. R. Nos 108) Lincoln, William S., a Representative from Loan, Benjamin F., & Representative from extending the privileges of the, to the jus. New York.........

2

Missouri-Continued. tices of the supreme court of the District petitions presented by.......

1428, remarks on the resolation relating to the of Columbia-[By Mr. Welker. ]

1644, 1775, 2030, 2143, 2233, government of Texas......... 1632, 1760 referred, 89.

2406, 2487, 2856, 2967, 8381 on the bill providing for the prompt settlejoint resolntion (H. R. No. 177) for the sup bills introduced by

ment of public accounts

1772, ply of current public documents to the, No. 301—for the relief of the legal heirs

1778, 1774 of agricultural colleges-[By Mr. Trow. and representatives of the late Jane M.

on the bill for the admission of Alabama, 24.102, bridge.]

Judd, deceased......
..209

1819, 1820, 1987 51.1962 referred, 779. No. 302—for the relief of Jeruslia Sharp,

on the bill to admit North Carolina, &c., Lil:rary, the joint Committee on the.

209

2403 15,11011 instructions to............ 2333 No. 856–for the relief of the members of

on_the resolution concerning Senator 38.1105.14 reports from ......

.... 1316
the twenty-first New York cavalry... 1631

Henderson .......

2471 bill (H. R. No. 405) to increase and im No. 893—concerning invalid pensions and

during eall of the Houge....

.2645 prove the territorial, of New Mexicothe time of the commencement of the

on the tax bill (H. R. No. 1060). .2945 [By Mr. Clever.]

.. 1759

on the bill to relieve certain citizens of 64,31% referred, 474. joint resolution introduced by

North Carolina from politieal disabili. Lien, bill (H. R. No. 837) to protect the rights No. 224–for the relief of Charles T. Wes

ties.......

.3307, 3366 of insurance companies and to give them ton, of Pennsylvania..

on the legislative appropriation bill, 3697 .......

-, 1631 a, on vessels in certain cases--[By Mr. report made by.........

on the purchase of Alaska.. ..667

...3807 Eggleston.) motion made by...

on the bill to improve the Mississippi referred, 1512,

............................... 667 incidental remarks by..

..8889

...667 Liens, bill (H. R. No. 717) for the enforce remarks during call of the House ......... 2646

on the Missouri contested election (case ment of mechanics', on buildings in the leave of absence granted to....... 2542, 2575

of Switzler vs. Anderson).. .4085, District of Columbia--[By Mr. Ingersoll.] || Lindsay, James, bill (H. R. No. 883) for the

4086, 4087, 4088 referred, 1084 relief of--[By Mr. Loan.)

on the funding bill .........

.4221 Life Insurance-see Insurance. referred, 1759.

on the bill to regulate railroad land

grants...... bill (H. R. No. 842) to incorporate the Lindsay, Martha J., bill (H. R. No. 820) grant

"..... ......4429

Loan-see Bonds.
Chamber of, of the United States (By

ing a pension to-[By Mr. Glossbrenner.]
Mr. Boatwell.]
referred, 1418.

Loan certificates, bill (8. No. 543) to provide
referred, 1631.
Lindsay, Robert L., joint resolution (H. R.

for a further issue of temporary, for the Life Insurance Company, bill (S. No. 286) to No. 268) for the relief of-[By Mr. Pile.]

purpose of redeeming and retiring the

remainder of the outstanding compoundincorporate the National, of the United reported and passed, 2501; passed Senate,

interest notes.
States of America.

3271; enrolled, 3299; approved, 3731.
received from Senate, 2621; passed, 4342;
In Senate: received from House, 2505; re-

received from Senate, 4182 ; referred, 4343 ;
enrolled, 4380.
ferred, 2506 : reported and passed, 8240 ; || Loans, bill (H. R. No. 564) making all pur:

reported and passed, 4389; enrolled, 4396. Life-saving apparatus, resolution calling for

enrolled, 3279.
the report of the commission for examin Little Rock Island, bill (H. R. No. 894) con-

chases, sales, or conversions of United
ing into, in New York city in 1867—[By
firming title to, in the Mississippi river-

States, and bonds open to public compe-
Mr. O'Neill
, January 15, 1868. ]

tition-[By Mr. Randall.]
[By Mr. Price.)
adopted, 551.

referred, 780.
referred, 474 ; reported and passed, 1703.
resolution for printing extra copies of the
In Senate : received from House, 1702 ;

Locke, Amelia A., bill (H, R. No. 219) for

the relief of-[By Mr. Kelsey.]
report of the life-saving commission on
referred, 1702; reported, 3566.

referred, 89.
the subject of the, recently examined at Lloyd Car-Heating and Ventilating Company,

Lloyd Car. Heating and Ventilating Company, | Locker, George W., bill (H. R. No. 828)
New York-[By Mr. Driggs, March 13,

bill (H. R. No. 879) to incorporate the
1868.7
[By Mr. Welker.]

igranting a pension to-(By Mr. Polsley.) agreed to, 1869.

reported, 1449 ; passed, 1450 ; passed Sen. referred, 1759.

ate, 3340; enrolled, 3376 ; approved,3781. Life-saving inventions, resolution for printing Loan, Benjamin F., a Representative from In Senate : received from House, 1463 ; five hundred copies of the report of the

Missouri

.......2 commission on-[By Mr. Lalin, March

referred, 1464; reported, 1669; passed, petitions présented by

.2318,

8322 ; enrolled, 3359. reported, 2130; adopted, 2132.

2957, 4024, 4264 Logan, John A., & Representative from Illi. bills introduced by

nois......

....2 Liggett, Mary Jane, bill (H. R. No. 1486)

No. 348-to provide for holding terms of petitions presented by. granting a pension to--[By Mr. Koontz.)

............ inst... 745, the United States district court for the

1775, 1883, 2006, 8767 it western district of Missouri at St.

bills introduced by Light-house , resolution instructing Committee

Joseph ........

331

No. 204-to extend the joint resolution on Commerce to inquire into the condition

No. 349-to constitute St. Joseph, in the of the, on Absecom Inlet, and what legisla.

giving additional compensation to cerState of Missouri, a port of delivery... 331

tain employés in the civil service at tion is needed to prevent the destruction

* No. 444-to provide levees, secure the
of said property--[By Mr. Haight, January
low lands of Arkansas and Missouri

Washington, approved February 28,
1867.......

....n.non..........9 from inundation, and encourage the No. 216-allowing pensions to soldiers or settlement thereof......

..617

the widows of soldiers of the war of No. 603-granting pensions to soldiers 1812 ........ on Raritan bay-[By Mr. Haight, March and sailors of the war of 1812........899

Barneho ......53

No. 686w-to provide for a bureau of civil No. 802-supplementary to the several

service at Washington, in the District acts for organizing, certain Territories of Columbia ...

... 806 of the United States..................., 1418

No. 657-providing payment to Walter No. 883—for the relief of James Lindsay,

Plowden for services done the Govern1759

ment of the United States during the resolutions submitted by

late war ...

........966 instructing Committee on Invalid Pensions No. 727--for an act to establish a new

to inquire into the propriety of allow judicial circuit in the State of Illinois, ing pensions to the widows and minor

to be held at Galesburg ..rince á.1177 children of soldiers killed by Bill Ander No. 745—to provide levees to protect the .son and his guerrillas at Centralia, Mis

low lands of Arkansas and Missouri souri, September, 1864-[January 6, from inundation, and to encourage the 1868)....

........381
settlement thereof ...........

.1217
in relation to public affairs in Texas No. 766—to revoke the authority of the
[March 3, 1868)..
******.......... 1421

Secretary of the Treasury to pay per: reports made by....

..899

centage for the sale of Government motions made by

1772, 3967

securities or bonds, and repealing all incidental remarks by....

....644,

laws or parts of laws authorizing the 1400, 1421, 1760, 1769, 2137, 3889

appointment of an agent for the purpose remarks on the supplementary reconstruc of negotiating or selling Government tion bill (H. R. No. 489).

securities or bonds.......

... 1286 514, 615, 516 No. 1416-+to provide certain regulations on the bill granting pensions to the sol. as to the public debt......: ..........3987

diers of 1812......890, 1245, 1246, 1249 No. 1454-making certain regulations as on the articles of impeachment, 1616, 1642 1. to the publio debt......aha... 4468

26, 1868.]

referred, 4172

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5, 1868. ] referred, 1681. Lighting the streets, joint resolution ($. R.

No. 57) relative to, of Washington city, District of Columbia. report objected to, 4052; substitute reported, 1429 ; passed with amendments, 4430 ; agreed to with amendments, 4476; con

curred in, 4477; enrolled, 4492. Lincoln, joint resolution (H. R. No. 260) for

the purchase of a full-length portrait of the late President-[By Mr. Ward.).' referred, 2407. Lincoln, Helen and Heloise, joint resolution

(H. R. No. 361) for the relief of-[By Mr. Clarke, of Kansas.) read and passed, 4469 In Senate : received from House, 4451; referred, 4453. to provide a temporary government for (By Mr. Lawrence, of Ohio.] Teported adversely, 4481.

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Logan, John A., a Representative from Illi | Logan, John A., a Representative from Illic Logan, John Ai, a Representative from Illie nois-Continued.

pois-Continued. joint resolutions introduced by

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noisContinued. resolutions submitted by the No. 113-reinstating Williain H. Harner,

remarks on the bill for the relief of W. W. for collecting ibe proceedings of the difand allowing him the same bounty as

Holdeu and others............ 1928, 15. ferent cities and towns held in com though he had not been mustered out

1929, 1930, 1931 memoration of the Union dead---[Jume on the impeachment replication........2080 under order of June 7, 1862 ............89 22, 1868)..............

..........3364

on the Alta Vela resolution...... No. 114-computing the time to which

,2341, instructing the doorkeeper to retain in his

2342, 2345 the longevity ration extends in accord service during the vacation of Congress during call of the House... 2645, 2646, 2649 ance with service rendered as non-com

all crippled soldiers now in his employmissioned officers or privates........... 89

on the resolution relating to a guard-room [July 18, 1868).........

.4216

at the Capitol.............. ..2649, 2650 No. 115--requiring the Military Commit reports made by ......3937, 4051, 4090, 4468 on the bill authorizing the sale ot' Fort tee to inquire into the justice and expe motions made by. .......05, 678, 1019,

Leavenworth reservation..............2681 diency of reporting a will refunding ihe

1109, 1302, 2942, 3174, 8364, 3764 on the tax bill (H. R. No. 1060).... .2840, income tax collected from officers of incidental remarks by....

.333,

2843, 2844, 2845, 2846, 2817, 2848, 2879, the Army and Navy during the war...90

334, 366, 967, 1177, 1185, 1932,

2882, 2884, 2885, 2990, 2992, 3037, 3038, No. 120-appointing a committee to re

1770, 1972, 3132, 3364, 3477, 4393

3039, 3040, 8043, 3048, 3114, 3133, 3134 port on the expediency of relocating the remarks on the resolution relating to the on tax bill (H. R. No. 1284)...3172, 3400, capital of the United States............209 rights of American citizens abroad.....6

3401, 3407, 3408, 3409, 3110, 3411, No. 182--requiring the Secretary of the on the premature publication of the Pres

3418, 3419, 3420, 3421, 3422, 3442, Treasury to appoint a commission to

ident's message........

.12

8446, 8449, 3450, 3451, 3454, 3456, establish a marine hospital at Cairo, on the bill to exempt cotton from internal

3457, 3458, 3461, 3478, 3480, 3481, Illinois ...

........... 780
tax .....
.......... 28, 673

3486, 3494, 3497, 8498, 8532, 3583 No. 204-providing for the taxation of on the resolution for the reappointment of on the resolution in regard to the removal United States bonds... 1177 the joint Committee on Ordnance, 55, 65 of the Capitol......

.8174 resolutions submitted by~

on the resolution for the impeachment of on the bill to relieve certain citizens from in relation to the pages now constituting the President, reported from the Judi political disabilities...... .....8865 the "military force of the House

ciary Committee....... ....65, 66, 68 on the bill for distributing the rewards for (December 3, 1867)...................

on the bill to suspend the further reduc the capture of Jefferson Davis......8985 instructing Committee on Commerce to tion of the currency................

on the bill in relation to retired officers inquire into the propriety of requiring on the bil relating to cashiered Army of the Army ................... 3947, 3948 all' American steam ocean sail vessels to ofheers.........

............. 183, 184 on the bill to fix the milita provide themselves with some indicator on the bill concerning deserters.........258, Hishment...,8943, 3350, 3951, 3953, 3970 of leakage--[December 9, 1867)...... 98

259, 285 on the bill making appropriations for the instructing Committee on Commerce to on the bill to facilitate the payment of Columbia Deaf and Dumb Institution, inquire into the expediency of locating bounties

........341, 842, 358

4059 at Cairo, Illinois, the marine hospital on the Missouri election (case of Birch on Democratic principles...............4186 formerly located at Paducah, ken. vs. Van Horn.....

..........402 on the funding bill...... .4180, 4191, tucky-(December 12, 1867).........152 on the joint resolution to provide for the

4192, 4193, 4194, 4195, 4217, instructing Committee on Retrenchment examination of distillery meters....., 424,

4219, 4220, 4221, 4222, 4224 to report a bill which shall provide for

423, 426, 427, 429, 430 on the bill relating to vacancies in the a bureau of civil service at Wasbington on the bill for the sale of the arsenal Departments......

.4259, 4260 city, for the examination of persons grounds at St. Louis...............715, 717 on the resolution concerning the pay of nominated for positions in the various on the bill granting a pension to George certain employés of the House...... 4263 Departments-[January 7, 1868)...866 F. Gorham

......734 on the resolution for an adjournment to calling for information concerning loans on the memorial iu reference to the Illi September..........

.4375 10. by national banks upon railroad or min nois and Michigan caval.......... 736, 783 on the purchase of Alaska.......4393, 4394

ing stocks, and speculative operations on the bill to prevent the payment of cer. on the joint resolution for relief of certain by bank officers in such stocks, and tain claiins.......

....737

contractors for iron-clads .....4414, 4415 directing examinations to be made in on the bill in relation to taxing national on the resolution for an investigation of reference thereto if, &c.—(January 20, bank shares.....

..801, 802 the disbursement of the contingent fund, 1868] ..... .... 644 on the cominmnication concerning special

4426 calling for certain information respecting agents in the Treasnry Departinent, 944 on the bill relating to the public debt, 4468 tbe amount, &c., of ten-forty bonds is in regard to the amplification of speeches, leave of absence granted to..

.2498 sued or disposed of by the Treasury

987, 988, 989, 990 || Long, Margaret C., bill (H. R. No. 1249) grantDepartment since the 1st day of Octo on the Military Academy appropriation ing a pension to-[By Mr. Van Aernam.)

ber, 1867—[January 21, 1868)........664 bill......... ...992, 999, 994, 1019, 1021 reported and passed, 3105 ; passed Senate, calling for the names and occupations of on the legislative appropriation hill, 1023. 4395; enrolled, 4434; approved, 4498. ] all the officers of the Treasury Depart

1047, 1018, 1049, 1050, 1052, 1090, In Senate : received from House and rement against whom written charges have

1113, 1114, 1235, 1274, 1275, 1276 ferred, 3120 ; reported, 3954; passed, been preferred, or who may have been on the bill granting a pension to Elizabeth 4366; enrolled, 4443. recommended by the Commissioner of Butler...

.. 1041 Looney, William B., bill (II. R. No. 398) Internal Revenue for removal since the on the correspondence relating to the Sec. granting a pension to-[By Mr. Dodge.] 1st July, 1867, and the action taken in

retary of War...

.......1109 referred, 474; reported adversely, 738. each case-[January 28, 1868)........806 on the consular and diplomatic appropria- Loughridge, William, a Representative from 1 in regard to the distribution of cadets tion bill.........

........ 1221, 1224

..2 is hereafter appointed to West Pointamong on the bill granting pensions to the sol petitions presented by ........2284, 2289, such colleges of the different States as diers of 1812.....

1246 bills introduced by may be designated-[Feb. 4, 1868), 967 on the Army appropriation bill. ...1278, No. 246-to grant a pension to Milton i calling for the correspondence relating to 1279, 1282, 1285, 1805, 1306, 1307 Anderson......

„.90 the removal or appointment of assessors on the resolution concerning the sale of or collectors, and inquiring how many

No. 247-to prohibit the sale of the Cher Government bonds.....

.. 1298, okee lands in a body, and providing for have been removed on the recommend.

1300, 1801, 1302
the sale thereof.....

........90 din cations of said Commissioner of Internal on the daval appropriation bill.........13:21, i Revenue-[February 11, 1868).....1116,

No. 248-to grant land for the aid of com.

1322, 1324, 1325 mon schools in the District of Colum.
1185
on the resolution reported for the in-

bia............
calling upon the Secretary of the Treasury peachment of the President....... 1351,
for certain information with regard to the

No. 350-to authorize clerks of courts of

1362, 1353, 1396, 1397 sale of ten-forty bonds from October on the civil appropriation bill.........1476,

record to administer oaths in proceed 16, 1867, to January 20, 1868——[Feb. 1477, 1478, 1510, 1511, 1998, 1999, 2006

ings in bankruptcy..
ruary 20, 1868).....

...... 1298
on the articles of impeachment...... 1641,

No. 351-providing for the payment of calling for information in reference to the

soldiers' bounties in case of the death

1642, 1643
cominişsions paid for the sale of United on the joint resolution concerning cap.

is of the applicant........
States bouds since lhe 2d day of March,
lured property .......

No. 352-to establish a post route from

1762, 1862-[March 18, 1868)................1972

Vinton, Iowa, via Belle Plain, to Victor,

-1763, 1765, 1766, 1767 renewing call made on Secretary of the

..........381

in same State......
on the bill providing for the prompt ret-
Treasury, March 18, 1868, for inform-
tlement of public accounts............1773

No. 353-to establish a post route from ation relating to the sale of Government on the report on the cancellation and de.

Orleans to Wells' Mills, lowa..........331 securities-[April 20, 1868]......... 2310 struction of United States bonds...1828,

No. 396--for the relief of Samuel Tibin reference to the removal of the capi

.betts .......... **

......

1829, 1830, 1881, 1882, 1847, ada tal-(June 15, 1868)........... 3174

1848, 1849, 1850, 1852, 1855

No. 397-regulating the use of the frank ing privilege

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Loughridge, William, a Representative from Loughridge, William, a Representative from Lynch, John, a Representative from Maine-
Iowa- Continued.
Iowa--Continued.

Continued. bills introduced by

remarks on the bill with regard to land claims remarks on the bill to provide against undie No. 553—for relief of A. W. Ballard... 779 in Missouri........

.8656

expansion of the currency....., 216, 217 No. 638—to regulate the charges and com on the deficiency bill (H. R. No. 1341), on the bill in relation to taxing national pensation of express companies......935

3731
bank shares........

......803 No. 639-in relation to the taxation of the on the state of the Union

..4144 on the resolution reported for the impeachUnited States notes, Treasury notes, (Not published.)

ment of the President.............. 1386 national currency, and fractional notes leave of absence granted to......... .2233 (See Appendix.) for State and municipal purposes...935 Louisiana-see Reconstruction.

on the civil appropriation bill......... 1459, No. 640—to establish a post route from credentials of Representatives-elect pre

3512, 3819 Ottawa, Iowa, to Sigourney, Iowa...935 sented and referred .............. 4186, 4213 on the articles of impeachment........1606 No. 701–10 establish a mail route from reported...

.4215

(See Appendix.) Toledo, Jowa, to Brooklyn, Iowa....1083 | Low, Matthew, bill (S. No. 535) to reward the

on questions relating to impeachment, 1681 No. 747-giviug relief to soldiers whose services of, of Nassau.

on the finances....

......... 1736 discharges are dated previous to their received from Sonate, 3761; referred, 4490. on the resolution asking Senate for a copy actual discharge, and who, in fact, served | Lucas and Dickinson counties, bill (H. R. No. of the impeachment proceedings...2531 the full term of their enlistment.....1217 170) for the relief of, in the State of Ohio

on the tax bill (H. R. No. 1060)......2984, No. 803—to establish a post route from [By Mr. Dodge.]

3036, 3114, 3134, 3136, 3141 Sigourney, Iowa, via Webster, White substitute reported and passed, 1703.

on the bill to promote American comPigeon, Millersburg, and Genoa Bluffs, In Senate : received from House, 1702; re

.3227, to Marengo, Iowa........ ..1418 ferred, 1702.

3230, 3232, 3233, 3234, 3235, 3236 No. 964-to establish a mail route from Lucia, Joel H., bill (H. R. No. 409) for the on the bill to relieve certain citizens of Rockingham to Waterloo.............. 2070 relief of-[By Mr. Woodbridge.]

North Carolina from political disabili. No. 1003—to declare the lowa river, in the referred, 474.

ties......

.3300 State of Iowa, unnavigable above the Lusx, Albert M. D. C., resolution calling on on the Kentucky'election (case of McKee city of Wapello, Louisa county, Iowa, the President for the record of the trial by

vs. Young)....

.3339 2289 military commission of, of Louisiana, in on the tax bill (H. R. No. 1284)......3408 No. 1084—to establish a post route from New Orleans, in August last, all papers on the river and harbor bill........3593, 3696

Iconium to Unionville, in the State of connected with the case, and a statement on the bill to modify the warehousing sys.
lowa....
.. 2526 of bis action thereon-[By Mr. Wilson,

tem .....

3803 No. 1107—for the relief of J. Atlee, 2569 of Iowa, December 9, 1867.]

on the tariff bill........ No. 1191-to extend the benefits of the agreed to, 96.

on the funding bill..

4184, homestead act of March 20, 1862, to communications from the President and Gen

4192, 4193, 4217, 4225 minor children of deceased soldiers, 2936 eral U. S. Grant, transmitting papers re leave of absence granted to......... 2070, 4295 No. 1192—for the relief of James A. Ing

lating to trial of.... hai..........

..2936 No. 1296—to establish a post route from Lyford, S. C., bill (H. R. No. 391) relieving Lynch, Robert, joint resolution (H. R. No.

138) requesting the President to intercede of the ordnance department United States with the queen of Great Britain to secure Buckingham, lowa, to Laporte City, Army, from responsibility for money lost

the speedy release of, now imprisoned in lowa.......

.......3363 in the Government mail-[By Mr. Pile.] the Province of Canada-[By Mr. Painc.]
No. 1338—10 aid in the construction of a referred, 474 ; reported and withdrawn, 592. read and passed, 420.
Tailroad and telegraph line from the Rio | Lynch, George, bill (S. No. 320) for the relief
Grande to the Pacific ocean .......

In Senate: received from House, 405;
3588 of, a soldier of the war of 1812.
No. 1345—to aineúd an act entitled "An

referred, 407.
received from Senate, 1859; referred, 1869;
act to confirm certain private land claims reported and passed, 2874; enrolled, 2894.

Lynden, Timothy, bill (H. R. No. 445) for the in the Territory of New Mexico," 3656 | Lynch, John, a Representative from Maine...2

relief of, of Parkersburg, West VirginiaNo. 1360-granting lands to the Iowa

[By Mr. Hubbard, of West Virginia.] petitions presented by...949, 998, 1094, 1229, Southern Railway Company..........3757

referred, 517; reported and passed, 2158;

1681, 1693, 1870, 2416, 2622, 3347, 4264 No. 1442—to establish a post route from bills introduced by

passed Senate, 3761; enrolled, 3804 ; apSpringfield, lowa, to Victor, lowa, 4252

proved, 4003. resolutions subinitied by

No. 241–10 provide against undue expan.
sions and contractions of the currency, 90

In Senate: received from House and re. making inquiries in relation to the sale of No. 240—10 provide for the resumption

ferred, 2188; reported, 3462; passed, the land ceded in trust to the Uuited of specie payment.......

.90 3725; enrolled, 3770.
States by article seventeen of the treaty
No. 316--1o amend an act entitled “An

M.
between the United States and the Cher: act to extend the warehousing system
okee Indians, concluded July 27, 1866– by establishing private bonded ware-

MacDonald, D, H., bill (S. No. 361) for the (January 28, 1868]..................

.806
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211 relief of, late acting United States consul
instructing the Committee on the Judiciary
No. 592-to remove the political disabili-

at Cape Town, Cape of Good Hope. to inquire into the power of Congress ties from Luke Blackmer, of Salisbury,

received from Senate, 3271; referred, 3476; to regulate the rates to be charged for

South Carolina..........

.838 committee discharged, 4477. freights by railroads engaged in com

No. 1007—10 amend an act entitled "An Machinery, resolution in reference to purchases merce between the different States of the Union-[March 3, 1868)........1632 act concerning the registering and re

of, at the Philadelphia navy-yard—[By
in relation to the purchase of Alaska-
cording of ships or vessels,' approved

Mr. Paine, July 6, 1868.]
December 30, 1792.......

2291 agreed to, 3758.
....2533 No. 1256-to amend an act entitled "An
in relation to the public debt-[June 22,

resolution directing that the expenses in. act to provide for holding the courts of curred by the committee in taking testi. .3364

the United States in case of the sick. mony in the investigation ordered by of sympathy with the people of Crete in

ness or other disability of the judges of resolution of July 6, 1868, into the pur: their struggle for independence--[July the district court," approved July 29,

chase of, at the Philadelpbia navy-yard .4253 1850..........

..3132

be paid out of the contingent fund-(By .. 8656 No. 1286-to allow drawback on articles

Mr. Sawyer, July 20, 1868. ] .1632, 3656 used in the construction of vessels, 3363 agreed to, 4253.

......5, No. 1364-to provide for a gradual re bill (H. R. No. 1456) to authorize the imremarks on the supplementary reconstruction 3364, 3365, 3614, 3615 sumption of specie payments........ 3761 portation of, for repair only free of dutyjoint resolution introduced by—

[By Mr. Schenck.]
on the legislative appropriation bill, 1091,

.573, 574 No. 332-authorizing the appointment of reported and passed, 4770.
examiners to examine and report upon

In Senate: received from House, 4451; 1254 the expediency of discontinuing the referred, 4453.

navy-yard at Charlestown, Massachu. Mackey, T. J., bill(H. R. No. 1217) to relieve, setts, and uniting the same with the of South Carolina, of disabilities-(By Mr.

yard at Kittery, Maine................3999 Paine. ]
resolution submitted by-

referred, 3090.
.2533,
3621, 3623, 4053, 4392, 4393

that the revenue laws ought speedily to be | Magee, Elizabeth, bill (H. R. No. 339) grant.

adapted to the raising of revenue suffi. ing an increased pension to--[By Mr.

cient to meet the annual expenditures Mercur.) ....3098

of the Government, including the in referred, 331.

terest, and no -[January 10, | Mail, bill (H. R. No. 205) to provide for the ..2809 1868]........

.452

payment of D. B. Allen & Co. for services

.3761 - report made by....

in carrying the United States--[By Mr. motion made by....

.8397 Farnswortb.) 2920, 2078, 3071, 3138

incidental remarks by..... ..3, 3132, 3067 referred, 0.

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bill (H. R. No. 439) ......

on the resolution reported for the impeach:

ment of the President...................1369
(See Appendix.)
on the articles of impeachment......... 1563
on the purchase of Alaska.......
on the bill for the survey of certain Indian

reservations
ou the Obio election (case of Delano vs.

Morgan)
(Not published.)
on the tax bill (11. R. No. 1060)......2019,

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