Hearings Before Committee on Naval Affairs of the House of Representatives on Sundry Legislation Affection the Naval Establishment, 1926-1927: Sixty-ninth Congress, Second Session ...

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No 91 page 447 Granting an honorable discharge to J H Hulse H R 12922
No 96 page 599 To authorize the appraisal of certain Government property
No 98 page 635 For the relief of Paymaster Charles Robert OLeary United
No 100 page 639 For the relief of Walter E Sharon H R 14742
No 108 page 655 For the relief of James E Hughes H R 14746
No 118 page 675 For the relief of John J McArdle H R 14359
No 124 page 697 A hearing on the bill H R 16577 providing for date
No 126 page 705 A hearing on the bill H R 12813 for the relief of
No 128 page 719 Granting six months pay to Frank A Grab father
No 130 page 727 Hearings on the bills Á R 6430 John Cronin H R 6429
No 131 page 733 Hearing on the bill H R 16771 to authorize the appraisal
No 132 page 755 To equalize the pay of certain officers of the Marine Corps
No 135 page 761 For the relief of Everett L Foster H R 11503
No 137 page 775 For the relief of Otto F Schroder H R 16233
No 142 page 785 For the relief of Eli Fildes chief machinists mate United
No 143 page 787 For the relief of Hugh Flaherty H R 16032
No 147 page 797 A hearing on the bill H R 9464 to equalize the pay
No 149 page 809 For the relief of William Downing Prideaux H R 16704
No 155 page 831 Hearing on the bill H R 15131 authorizing the Secretary
No 159 page 847 For the relief of Frank John Kazenski H R 16628
Navigation United States Navy No 162 page 867 To correct the naval record of John Lewis Burns H
No 163 page 883 To correct the hospital record of Robert McFarland H

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