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34th CONGRESS, 1st Session.
HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES. No. 200.
THE SPECIAL COMMITTEE
INVESTIGATE THE TROUBLES IN KANSAS;
THE VIEWS OF THE MINORITY
IN THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES, July 2, 1856. Ordered, That it be referred to the Committee of Elections, and printed; and that leave be given to the minority of said committee to submit a report at any time within ten days, and to take additional testimony; and when submitted, that the same be referred to the Committee of Elections, and printed.
IN THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES, July 23, 1856. Resolved, That twenty thousand copies extra of the reports of the majority and minority of the Kansas Investigating Committee, together with the journal of said committee, and evidence taken by them, be printed for the use of the members of the House.
Resolved, That one hundred thousand copies extra, each, of the majority and minority reports of said committee (without the journal and evidence) be printed for the use of the members of the House.
WM. CULLOM, Clerk.