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referred, 3722. Names, bill(S. No. 143) to provide for changing of, of persons in the District of Columbia. reported and passed with amendment, 107; agreed to by Senate with amendment, 134; with new title, 134; agreed to by House, 162; enrolled, 195. National Asylum for Disabled Soldiers—see Asylum. National banks—see Banks. National debt—see Bonds. National forces—see Army. National Hotel Company, bill (H. R. No. 366) to incorporate the, of Washington city— [By Mr. Stone.] referred, 340; reported, 3060; passed, 3061; passed Senate, 3793; enrolled, 3809; approved, 4004. In Senate: received from House, 3053; referred. 3058; reported and passed, 3716; enrolled, 3770. National School of Mines—see Mines, Naturalization, bill (H. R. No. 615) to establish a uniform rule of—[By Mr. Robinson.] referred, 934. bill (H.R. No. 616) extending the provisions of the act of July 17, 1862, relatin to the, of soldiers, to those who o: in the naval and marine service of the United States—[By Mr. Miller.] o 934; reported, 1297 passed, 1298. In Senate : received from House, 1202; referred, 1308. remarks byMr. Eliot......................... Mr. Miller........

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Mr. Paine .......- ....................... , 1297
Mr. Pike.. ... 1297, 1298
Mr. Pile..... .... 1298
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bill (H. R. No. 1274) concerning the, of aliens—[By Mr. Churchill.] referred, 3164. bill (H. R. No. 1429) to amend an act, entitled “An act to establish a uniform rule of,” passed April 14, 1892–LBy Mr. Stevens, of Pennsylvania.] referred, 4003. --Naturalized citizens—see Citizens. . joint resolution (H. R. No. 111) in relation to the rights of [By Mr. Cook.] referred, 89. joint resolution (H.R. No. 39) in regard to rights of [By Mr. Van Horn, of Missouri.] referred, 636. resolution calling for copies of all correspondence, negotiations, and treaties with any of the German States since the 1st day - of January last relating to the rights of to or judd, March 9, 1868.j adopted, 1761. Naval Academy, bill (H.R. No. 981), relating to third assistant engineers in the-[By Mr. Eliot.] referred, 2224. joint resolution (S. R. No. 154) to admit certain persons to the. received from Senate, 3705; passed, 4479;

Naval o: resolution instructing Committee
on Naval Affairs to inquire into the expe-
diency of establishing a, and naval dry-
dock on Sandusky bay, at or near San-
dusky city-L13y Mr. Buckland, February
28, 1868.)
agreed to, 1501.
Naval Judge Advocate General, bill (H. R.
No. 841) concerning the Solicitor and—
[By Mr. Eliot.]
referred, 1630.
bill (H. R. No. 1430) to abolish the office

of Solicitor and—[By Mr. Schenck.] referred, 4007.

Naval officers, joint resolution (H. R. No. 3)
authorizing, on leave to visit Washing-

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ton—[By Mr. Lawrence, of Ohio.] reported adversely, 2321. Naval pensions, bill (H. R. No. 462) providing for the payment of certain, out of the naval pension fund—[By Mr. Perhan.] referred, 635. Naval service, bill (H. R. No. 515) making appropriations for the, for the year ending 30th June, 1869–LBy Mr. Washburne, of Illinois.] reported and recommitted, 733. remarks by— Mr. Butler, of Massachusetts......... Mr. Spalding................... Mr. Washburne, of Illinois............ bill (H. R. No. 601) making appropriations for the, for the year ending June 30, 1869–LBy Mr. Washburne, of Illinois.) reported, 899; discussed, 1319, 1327, 1329, 1420, 1421; passed, 1424; passed Senate with amendments, 2286; referred, 2287; reported, 2335 ; discussed, 2335; conference, 2337, 2355; conference report, 3034; agreed to by Senate, 3034; agreed to by House, 8934; enrolled, 3073. In Senate : received from House, 1431; referred, 1442; reported, 2988; dis. cussed, 2149, 2244, 2267; passed with amendments, 2274; conference, 2348, 2735; conference report, 2998; con: curred in by Senate, 2008; concurred in by House, 3053; enrolled, 3077. remarks byMr. Archer............. ------------------- 13:25

Mr. Banks................................ 1822,

1323, 1324, 1825, 1826, 1327, 2336 Mr. Blaine........................ 1422, 1423 Mr. Boutwell............................ . 1328 Mr. Boyer ................................. 13:25 Mr. Butler, of Massachusetts, 1825, 1328 Mr. Chanler.......................2335, 2337 Mr. Covode........ ..................... 1827 Mr. Eggleston............................ 23:35 Mr. Eldridge..... ............. 1422, 2336 Mr. Farnsworth.......................... 1422 Mr. Kelley.........1319, 1320, 1420, 1421 Mr. Logan. 1821, 1322, 1824, 1325 Mr. Mungen. ------------- 1421, 1422 Mr. Myers......

..... 1324, 1325, 1328 . Paine..........................1320, 1322 . Pike..........................1320, 1321, 1322, 1324, 1825, 1326, 1327, 1328, 1320, 1421, 1422, 1423 Randall 1324, 22, 2335

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1325, 1326, 1329, Ross.................. 1423,

Mr. Schenck...................... 1422, 1423
Mr. Spalding............................. 22,

1323, 1324, 1327, 1328
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Washburne, of Illinois...899, 1319, 1320, 1322, 1324, 1325, 1326, 1827, 1328, 1329, 1420, 1421, 1422, 1423, 1424, 2287, 2335, 2336, 2337, 3034 Mr. Wood ...... ............1319,

enrolled, 4492. . Naval Affairs, the Committee on.

ião, iží. iś, i. 1433 yeas and nays on the....................... 1329 bill (H. R. No. 976) amendatory of an act entitled “An act making appropriations

instructions to.................."::::::::::::::: 153, 156, 218,687, 1501, 3758, 4003 reports from.............-------- 359, 1813, 2022,

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for the, for the year 1863,” approved
July 14, 1862–LBy Mr. Van Hörn, of
Missouri.]

referred, 2198.

be effected in the number of officers and men employed in the, by reducing our foreign squadrons to the number of ships and guns that were in service before ..

war—[By Mr. Blaine, December 16, 1867.]

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bill (H. R. No. 196) concerning the promo: tion of officers who have been restored to the active list in the United StatesLBy Mr. Niblack.] reported adversely, 2321. bill (H. R. No. 1426) for the better prote". tion of life in the [By Mr. Kitchen.] referred, 4001. Navy Department, calls for information upo 96, 134,155,333,359, 361,687,783. soi, 2137,3287, 2318, 2333, 3692, 87° communications from...... 37, 157, 668, 69% 899, 944, 1085, 1107, 1934, 2199; 2308, §331, 2333,2543,3731, 3764, 3974.4% communication in relation to the naval * propriation bill....................” bill (H. R. No. 300) to amend the Yo". acts establishing the, of the United States, and to create a board of survey" [By Mr. Pike.] referred, 209. bill (H. R. No. 728) relating to the Bureau of Steam Engineering in the By Mr. Van Horn, of Missouri.] referred, 1177. bill (H.R. No. 977) to amend an actor tled “An act to reorganize too," "P. rowed July 5, 1862–[By Mr. Van Wi. of Missouri.] referred, 2.193. Navy-yard, resolution instructing Committee of Naval Affairs to inquire into the Po. priety of locating a, and naval o, a! the fity of Erie, Pennsylvania—[By Mr. Scofield, December 12, 1867.] agreed to, 158. Naval resolution instructing Committee on No. Affairs to inquire into the o of establishing a, and naval *"... Grand Haven, so-so T.

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bill (H. R. No. 729) to forever prohibit the §ystem of peonage and in ian slavery in; and otherpart of the United States[By Mr. Clarke, of Kansas.] referred, 1178. bill (H. R. No. 748) providing for the examonation of claims for Indian depreda. tions in—[By Mr. Clever.] referred, 1217. bill (H. R. No. 1975) to authorize the adjudication of claim No. 1;". the report 9f the surveyor general of [By §. Orth. .* o and passed, 2490. * Senate; received from House, 2505; referred, 2506. . . bill (H. R. No. 1989) for the relief of the inhabitants of towns and villages in, and Arizona who settle upon public land— [By Mr. Clever.j referred, 2527. bill (H. R. No. 1990) to establish certain Post offices and post roads in-[By Mr. Clever.] referred, 2527. bill (H. R. No. 1992) for the right of way and a grant of land to aid in the con. §truction of a railroad and telegraph line from Denver, in the Territory of Colorado to Santa é, in—[By Mr. Čhij. cott. referred, 2527. ... I bill (H. R. No. 114) to provide for annex. ong certain territory to-[By Mr.Julian.] referred, 2569. bill (H. R. No. 1187) granting the right of Woy and lands to the Pecos and fiacer Mining and Ditch Company of New Mexico–IByMr. Van Horn, of MisSouri.J referred, 2935. - - -

Mr. Washburne, of Illinois...2235, 332;

resolution directing that the resolution of the Legislature of, purporting to withdraw the assent of that State to the con. stitutional *mendment, be returned by the Speaker to the gentleman who pre: sented it, and that its title only shall be referred to in the Journ. of the House and in the Congressional Globe—[By Mr. Washburne, of Illinois, March 30, 1868.]

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the relief os-[By Mr. Gravely.] referred, 222s; reported and passed, 8891; passed Senate, 4305; enrolled, 4434; approved, 4498. * Senate: received from House and referred, 89.17; reported, 4145; passed, 4867; en: rolled, 4442.

276) to amend the organic act of [By Mr. Ashley, of Ohio.] referred, 153. bill o: R. No. 360) to provide for a geoogical and mineralogical survey of—[By Mr. Clever.] referred, 331. bill (H. R. No. 361) to provide for the completion of the capitol of, the building of a penitentiary, and the establishment of free public schools in each county in said State—[By Mr. Clever.] referred, 331. - - bill (H. R. No. 362) to establish certain o: Foos in—[By Mr. Clever.j erred, 331.

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O'Neill, Charles C., bill (S. No. 477) for the Orphans, joint resolution (H. R. No. 163) re- || Orth; Godlove S., a Representative from In-
relief of. o: soldiers and pensioners—[By diana–Continued.
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received from Senate, 2289; referred, 2544; reported adversely, 3763. Oneota and Catawba, resolution instructing the joint Committee on Retrenchment to inquire into the alleged fraudulent sale by the Navy Department of the iron-clads— [By Mr. Washburne, of Illinois, April 29, 1868.] ... agreed to, 2332. resolution in relation to the sale of the ironclads—[By Mr. Van Wyck, May 8, 1868.] agreed to, 2400. resolution calling for the correspondence between the §. Department and any other parties in relation to the sale of the iron-clads—[By Mr. Benjamin, May 15, 1868.] adopted, 2480. Ordnance, Senate concurrent resolution reappointing the joint Committee on. received from Senate, 36; yeas and nays ordered, 37; discussed, 55; concurred in, 56.

remarks by— Mr. Boyer ....................................87 Mr. Dawes... --------------- ...55, 56 - Mr. Logan 55, 56 Mr. Maynard................................ 37 * . Mr. Robinson................................ 37 * . Mr. Ross...................................... 55 ... Mr. Washburne, of Illinois.........55, 56 yeas and nays on the...........................56 joint Committee on..............36, 37, 55,105 ||

instructions to..............................3722 joint resolution (H. R. No. 216) to author. ize the Secretary of War to place at the disposal of the Lincoln Monument Association damaged and captured—[By Mr. Van Horn, .# New York.] read, 1450; passed, 1451; passed Senate with amendments, 2575; concurred in, 3308; approved, 3732. In Senate : received from House, 1463; referred, 1464; reported, 2075; called up, 2078; passed with amendments, 2562; enrolled, 3321. joint resolution (S. R. No. 129) donating certain captured, for the completion of a monument to the memory of the late Major General John Sedgwick. received from Senate, 2575; passed, 3525; enrolled, 3535. joint resolution (H. R. No. 292) directin the Secretary of War to sell damage or unserviceable arms, and ordnance stores—[By Mr. Schenck.] referred;2976; reported and passed, 8376; passed Senate with amendments, 39.28 ; concurred in, 8988; enrolled, 3981; ap: -- proved, 4255. In Senate: received from House, 3889; referred, 3889; reported and passed with amendments, 3873; concurred in by House, 8954; enrolled, 3958. bill (H. R. No. 1268) to authorize and re. quire the Secretary of War to deliver certain, to, the States of Arkansas, Louisiana, South Carolina, North Caro. lina, Georgia, Alabama, and Florida, for the use of *: militia upon the dis. Continuance of military govern therein—[By Mr. #. g ments referred, 3164. joint resolution (H. R. No. 352) for furnishN: o o monuments in ew Jersey– Mr. Hill. referred, o: [By Hill.] joint resolution (H. R. No. 358) authorizi the Secretary of War i. †."; .*.* Association of Pe. uonnock and Paterson, N t; * Hill.] , New Jersey reo, and passed, 4480; passed Senat 4489; enrolled, 4493; o roved, . In ... so from House, 4402; reterred, ; reported an 4453; enrolled, * and passed,

Mr. Kelley.]
referred, 637.
bill (H.R. No. 642) to promote the efficiency
of the American commercial marine, to
rovide for the, of soldiers and sailors
É. in battle or deceased in the ser-
vice of the United States, and to enlarge
the asylum for disabled veterans—[By
Mr. Johnson.]
referred, 935.
Orr, Arthur, bill (H. R. No. 544) for the re-
lief of Bryant N. Lanham, and Samuel
J. Smith—[By Mr. Hunter.3
referred, 779.
Orth, Godlove S., a Representative from In-
diana............................................... 2
petitions presented by, 217,605,719,876,901,
949, 1025, 1287, 1460, 1741, 2542,2686
bills introduced by—
No. 291—for the adjustment of the claim
of Nott & Co., under the treaty of 1858
with the Chinese Government......... 208
No. 857—granting a pension to William
F. Moses, of Indiana.................. 1631
No. 1075–to authorize the adjudication
of claim No. 45 in the report of the
surveyor general of the Territory of
New Mexico..... ........................2499
No. 1343—to confirm the title to certain
land to the pueblo of Santa Anna, in
the Territory of New Mexico........3655
No. 1344—to confirm certain private land
claims in the Territory of New Mexico,
3655
joint resolutions introduced by—
No. 187—requesting the President to in-
tercede with her majesty the queen of
Great Britain to secure the speedy re-
lease of Rev. John McMahon, convicted
as a Fenian raider, and now confined a
Kingston, Canada West................. 385
No. 245—giving additional compensation
to certain employés in the civil service
of the Government for the fiscal year
ending June 30, 1868.................. 2071
resolutions submitted by—
making certain inquiries respecting money
received from the Chinese Government,
under the treaty of 1858, for the pay.
ment of losses sustained by American
citizens—[December 17, 1868]........230
calling for information in reference to the
harbor at Michigan city, Indiana—
[March 10, 1868]........................ 1797
instructing Committee on Roads and
Canals to inquire whether Congress has
the power to provide for the regulation
of railroads extending through several

States-[April 27, 1868].............. 2331 reports made by.................385, 2499, 3655 motions made by.............................. 673

- - 1986, 1706, 3655,3633, 4473
incidental remarks by.........714, 1012, 1098,
1400, 2011, 2318, 3598, 8689, 4411,4433
remarks on the case of Rev. John McMahon,
- 385, 386, 417, 419, 420
on the bill to provide for the appointment
of a marshal for the District of Colum.

bia...::::...........: ----------- ..671, 672, 673 on the bill concerning the rights of Ameri. can citizens abroad............... ------ 1098

9 1099, 1101,1102, isog, isoft on the resolution reported for the impeach

ment of the President.................1398
(See Appendiz.)
on the articles of impeachment....... ... 1616
on Printing the papers in the B. W. Per-

kins claim........................ 1706, 1707
on the bill for admission of Alabama, 1938
on the order of business............ 2541
during call of the House.........2645,3455

on the case of Charles W. Woolley...2674
on the Indian appropriation bill...... 2709
on the tax bill * R. No. 1284)......3404
on the bill relating to private land claims

in, California..............3657, 3689, 3690

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on the purchase of Alaska..... 3658, 3943 " (See Appendix.) - ob,

remarks on the bill for the relief of E. R. and S. W. Clarke.......8690, 3691, 3692 on the civil appropriation bill......... 3846, 3847, 3848 on the joint resolution in relation to the payment of interest due from States, 4475, 4476 leave of absence granted to............... 2773 Osage Indian treaty—see Indian Lands. Osler, John H., bill (H. R. No. 1451) for the relief of of Guernsey county, Ohio–IBy Mr. Bingham.] reported and passed, 4428. In Senate; , received from House, 4435; referred, 4443. Otis, William Henry, bill (S. No. 279) for the relief of. received from Senate, 3563; referred, 4475. Owners of vessels, bill (H. R. No. 875) to indemnify, for property sacrificed to save human life at sea—[By Mr. Eliot.] referred, 1759.

P. Pacific Railroad—see Railroad. the Committee on the........................ 3563 instructions to............ ... 312 reports from.................................. 733

* 1039, 2421, 2441, 8103, 3328 Pacific telegraph, resolution calling for a copy of the contract made under the act of June 16, 1860, relating to the, and for certain information in connection there: with—[By Mr. Washburne, of Illinois, March 12, 1868.] agreed to, 1858. Page, Charles Grafton, bill (H. R. No. 731) to authorize, to apply for and receive a patent—[By Mr. Myers.] reported, 1178; o 1179; passed Sen. ate, 1927; enrolled, 1960; approved, 2026. In Senate : received from House, 1165; referred, 1165; reported and passed, 1910; enrolled, 1943. Pages—see Salaries. - Paine, Halbert E., a Representative from Wis. too etitions presented by...... , 119, 1++, 13", p 1. 649, 920, 980, 1025, 1068.12." 1330, 1485, 1620, 1644, 1883, lso 1870, 1900, 1993, 2030, 2033,3}} 2176,2290, 2298, 2335, 2433, 2. 2583, 2686, 2758, 3628, 3708, 3856 bills introduced by— - . No. 212—to amend an act entitled "A" act to provide for the more efficie"; overnment of the rebel States,” passed §. 2, 1867, and the several ao amendatory thereto................. ."o No. 249—to amend an act entitled An act to establish a uniform system of ban : ruptcy throughout the United sale,() approved March 2, lo::::::::::. No. 250—to amend the bankrupt a to No. 268—to provide for the distriboo of the reward offered by the Presiden: for the capture of Jefferson }. No. 282-for the relief of Owen Griffin' No. 457—to provide for the sale of.” tain lands and lots on the sea islan". Beaufort district, South Co.; rNo. 907—to provide for the sale,” i. tain lands and lots on the sea isla" o Beaufort district, South Carolinao No. 908—to reimburse the o o o waukee for expenses on the *;

that city No. 1026–to admit the State of Ao to representation in 9."$."...o.o. No. 1630—to admit the Solo . Carolina to representation " 2332 ress........................ “‘’’’. ‘’V Nš 1031—to admit the State of . Carolina to representation in Cons: No. 1032—to admit, the State of o ana to representation in 90%. No. 1044–1 to admit South

representation in Congress.”

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