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S. No. 54—
To enlarge the public grounds surrounding the Capitol.-[By Mr.
Patterson, of New Hampshire]
Reported, 1257; passed, 1645. --
In House: Received from Senate, 1682; referred, 2028. -

S. No. 73– -
Granting lands to aid in the construction of a railroad and tele-
#. line from the city of Lawrence, in the State of Kansas,
to the boundary line between the United States and Mexico,
in the direction of the city of Guaymas, on the Gulf of Cali-
fornia.-[By Mr. Pomeroy.] -
Reported, 3708. - -
S. No. 76–
Providing for abatement of duties on merchandise damaged on
the voyage of importation.—[By Mr. Chandler.] , - .

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| Referred anew, 3244, 3245; reported, 4146.
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S. No. 78–

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| -To confirm certain sales made by the direct tax commissioners for i South Carolina to persons in the Army, Navy, or Marine - corps.-[By Mr. Frelinghuysen.] .* In House: Reported adversely, 24, 58. S. No. 85– * --> To authorize the Southern Minnesota Railroad. Company to construct a bridge across the Mississippi river between La Crosse, in the State of Wisconsin, and the opposite bank of said river, in the State of Minnesota.-[By Mr. Norton.] | Reported, 553. 8. No. 89– - o For the relief of Orlef E., Dreutzer, late consul of the United i States to the kingdom of Norway.—[By Mr. Howe.] Passed House, 405; enrolled, 434; approved, 472. In House: Reported, 152; discussed, 420; passed, 421; enrolled,

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Declaratory of the law with regard to the sale of ships to friendly is on I belligerents.--LBy Mr. Chandler.] . -- . . . ... ." Discussed, 3243; passed, 3244; reconsidered, 8247; discussed, 4399. . . . . . . S. No. 95– - ** * To amend the act to establish a uniform system of bankruptcy throughout the United States, approved March 2, 1807.-[By

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Providing for the formation of corporations, and ro ulating the same in the District of Columbia.-[By Mr. Willey.] no Reported, 242; called up,434; discussed, 458,886, 8710; passed, ... . . .3718. -, .

In House; Received from Senate, 3761; referred, 4490.

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S. No. 161– -
To amend an act entitled “An act to provide for the more efficient
government of the rebel States,” passed, March 2, 1867; and
the several acts amendatory thereto.—[By Mr. Wilson.j -
Referred and printed, 19; Mr. Doolittle's amendment, 99; dis-
cussed, 99; reported and indefinitely postponed, 1257.
S. No. 162– - -
"Afor the relief of the heirs of Simeon Castro and their assigns.-[By
f : ... Mr. Nye.]
* Referred, 13; reported, 703.
S. No. 163–
Declaring what shall constitute a quorum of the Supreme Court.—
[By Mr. Trumbull.]
Reported and passed, 19; passed House with amendment, 490
referred, 503.
In House: Referred, 96; reported, 477, 478; discussed, 478;
passed, 489; vote explained, 506.

S. No. 164– - -
To provide for appeals from the Court of Claims.-[By Mr.
2 Edmunds.]

* Referred, 38', reported, isso discussed, 2217; amendments

In House: Received from Senate, 65; passed, 96; enrolled, 107. S. No. 143–

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submitted and printed, 2237; discussed, 2764; passed, 2769; passed House with amendments, 3254; concurred in, 3255; enrolled, 3279. In House: Received from Senate, 2810; referred, 3034; reported, 3266; passed with amendments, 3267; agreed to by Senate, 3294; enrolled, 3308; approved, 3761. S. No. 165– To authorize the conversion of registered bonds into coupon

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o Mr. Anthony.] Referred, 38; reported adversely and indefinitely postponed, 404. S. No. 166—

* * For the relief of the owners of the land within United States sur. vey No. 3217 in the State of Missouri.-[By Mr. Drake.] Referred, 38; reported, 404; discussed, § passed, 627; passed House, 3045; enrolled, 3671; approved,3771. . . In House : Received from Senate, 638; re-erred, 901; reported and referred anew, 1334; reported, 3655; passed, 3650; enrolled, 3661. - S, No. 167– --- - * Granting lands to the State of Oregon to aid in the construction of a military wagon road from the navigable waters of Coos bay to Roseburg.—[By Mr. Williams.] .* . . . Referred, 38; reported, 845. S, No. 168–

For the relief of George E. Glenn, additional

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* * *. In House : Received from Senate, 1870; referred, 2029.
. No. 151— Y.
For the relief of Goldsmith Brothers, of the cities of San Fran-

paymaster United States Army.—[By Mr. Conness.] Roo. 63; reported adversely, 1428; indefinitely postponed, 277.

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cisco, California, and Portland, Oregon, brokers.--LBy Mr.
Williams ** to

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In House : Received from Senate, 3271; referred, 8476. S. No. 154– To provide for the issue of gold notes in place of legal-tender notes, and to facilitate resumption of specie payments.-[By Mr. Corbett.]:\ yo. Indefinitely postponed, 4093. 8, No. 156– - - To establish a national school of mines.—[By Mr. Stewart.] Read, 1 ; referred, 10; motion to discharge comunittee, 553, 554; discussed, 559; motion withdrawn, 561; reported, 1287. S. No. 157– * * * * **'.

For the repeal of tax on cotton.-[By Mr. Fowler.] Read and printed, 1. S. No. 158-1.jo o 'oe to or i, u, , , , , , or --- To grant certain privileges to actual settlers on lands ceded to the United States by Osage Indians in Kansas.-[By Mr. Ross.] Read, 2; referred, 10. S. No. 159— 2. 7 Relating to the Western Pacific railroad.-IByMr. Nye.] * Referred, 10; reported, 880; discussed, 1461, 1488, 8.075, 3672; passed, 3681. *** * * * In House: Received from Senate, 3705; discussed, 4479; referred, 4484. S. No. 160Extending the provisions of the pension laws to provost marshals, deputy provost marshals, audio enrolling officers killed or wounded in the discharge of their duties.—[By Mr. Wilson.] Referred, 19; committee discharged, indefinitely postponed, 786.

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Navy, and for establishing naval life insurance.—[By Mr.
Grimes.] -

Referred, 63.
S. No. 173– - o
For the relief of Afia M. Rolas y Robaldo, widow of Francisco
Robaldo.-[By Mr. Thayer.
Referred, 63; committee discharged, referred anew, 921.
S. No. 174.— - - - . so -
For the relief of Mrs. Emma Wilson, of the State of Indiana.-
[By Mr. Hendricks.] , - -
Referred, 79; reported adversely, 491; passed, 4351.
In House: Received from Senate, 4.38%. - -
S. No. 175– -
For the relief of Joseph McGhee Cameron and Mary Jane Came:
ron, minor children of La Fayette Cameron, deceased.—[By
Mr. Patterson, of To -
Referred,79; reported, 2667; passed,8823; passed House with
amendments, 3902; conference,8954,3984; conference report,

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