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Mr. Alvah A. Clark Mr. E. Kirke Hart Mr. Lyne S. Metcalfe Mr. Gustave Schieicher
Wm. S. Shallenberger
C. H. Sirnickson Omar D. Conger Abram S. Hewitt
William R. Morrison William S. Stenger James W. Covert Jay A. Hubbell Leopold Morse
J. H. Stewart Jacob D. Cox HL. Humphrey Nicholas Muller
John W. Stone William W. Crapo Johu N. Hungerford Amasa Norcross
Thomas Swann H. J. B. Cummings Anthony Ittner
John M. Thompson Augustns W. Cutler Amaziah B. James Edward Overton, jr. J. M. Tbornburgh Lorenzo Danford Frank Jones
Romualdo Pacheco Thomas F. Tipton Horace Davis Joseph Jorgensen Horace F. Page
Amos Townsend Nathaniel C. Deering Charles H. Joyce
George W. Patterson Nelson H. Van Vorbes Dudley C. Denison Edwin W. Keightley Thomas B. Peddie
John T. Wait Mark H. Dunnell
John W. Killinger Clarkson N. Potter William Ward Jeremiah W. Dwight William Kimmel
Thad. C. Pound
Leri Warner Benjamin T. Eames George M. Landers Llewellyn Powers Lewis F. Watson Anthony Eickhoff Elbridge G. Lapham Hiram Price
John Howard Pugh Harry White
Terrence J. Quinn Alpheus S. Williams
Andrew Williams Chapman Freeman Daniel N. Lockwood James H. Randolph Charles G. Williams William P. Frye George B. Loring Thomas B. Reed
Richard Williams James A. Garfield John K. Luttrell William W. Rice
Benjamin A. Willis Eugene Hale
Stephen L Mayham George D. Robinson Edwin Willits Aug. A. Hardenbergh Anson G. McCook Miles Ross
Fernando Wood Alfred C. Harmer J. H. McGowan
Ezekiel S. Sampson Thomas Wren. Benjamin W. Harris William McKinley, jr. William F. Sapp
Those who voted in the negative areMr.J. D. C. Atkins Mr. Beverly B. Douglas Mr. Goldsmith W. Hewitt Mr. Haywood Y. Riddle John H. Baker Milton J. Durham
Hilary A. Herbert William M. Robbins Henry B. Banning John R. Eden
Charles E. Hooker Charles B. Roberts Thomas M. Bayno J. B. Elam John F. House
E. W. Robertson Hiram P. Bell Russell Errett
Morton C. Hunter Milton S. Robinson Jos C. S. Blackburn John II. Evins
James Taylor Jones Milton Savler
Alfred M. Scales Edward S. Bragg
Ebenezer B. Finley William D. Kelley Charles M. Shelley Curtis H. Brogden William H. Forney John E. Kenna
Otho R. Singleton Thomas M. Browne Greenbury L. Fort Robert M. Knapp
William F. Slemons Aylett H. Buckner Benjamin J. Franklin J. Proctor Knott
William E. Smith Benjamin F. Butler Benoni S. Fuller
Robert F. Ligon
William A. J. Sparks George C. Cabell Mills Gardner L. A. Mackey
William M. Springer John W. Caldwell William W. Garth Levi Maish
Walter L. Steele W. P. Caldwell Randall L. Gibson Van H. Manning
J. W. Throckmorton William H. Calking D. C. Giddings
Benjamin F. Alarsh Richd W. Townshend Joseph G. Cannon John M. Glover
Benjamin F. Martin John R. Tucker John G. Carlisle John Goode
James A. McKenzie Thomas Turner J. R. Chalmers
Thomas M. Gunter John A. McMahon Jacob Turney
Robert B. Vance
Hernando D. Money Alfred M. Waddell Hiester Clymer Henry R. Harris
Charles H. Morgan Gilbert C. Walker Thomas R. Cobb John T. Harris H. L. Muldrow
William Walsh Francis D. Collins Carter H. Harrison Addison Oliver
Michael D. White Philip Cook Julian Hartridge James Phelps
W.C. Whitthorne Jordan E. Cravens William Hartzell
William A. Phillips Jere N. Williams Thomas T. Crittenden Dudley C. Haskell Auburn L. Pridemoro Albert S. Willis D. B. Culberson Robert A. Hatcher David Rea
Benjamin Wilson Robt. H. M. Davidson Philip C. Hayes
John H. Reagan
Hendrick B. Wright Joseph J. Davis Eli J. Henkle James B. Reilly
Jesse J. Yeates Geo. G. Dibrell Daniel M. Henry Americus V. Rice
Casey Young. H. L. Dickey
Those not voting areMr. D. Wyatt Aiken Mr. Milton A. Candler Mr. Frank Hiscock Mr. Milton I. Southard Charles B. Benedict Lucien B. Caswell
J. Warren Keifer
John H. Starin George A. Bicknell Samuel S. Cox
John H. Ketcham
Alex. H. Stephens Archibald M. Bliss C. B. Darrall
William Pitt Lynde Joseph C. Stone James H. Blount E. John Ellis Henry S. Neal
Horace B. Strait Gabriel Bouck James L. Evans
Henry M. Pollard Martin I. Townsend Samuel A. Bridges Walbridge A Field Leonidas Sexton
William D. Veeder John M. Bright Lucien C. Gause Robert Smalls
A. Herr Smith
The bill, as amended, was ordered to be engrossed and reall the third time.
Being engrossed, it was accordingly read the third time.
( Yeas ...... And it was decided in the affirmative, Nays ......
( Not roting.......
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The yeas and nays being desired by one-fifth of the members present,
Those who voted in the affirmative are-
William F. Sapp
James Taylor Jones Milton Sayler
Alfred M. Scales Jos. C. S. Blackburn William H. Felton
William D. Kelley Charles M. Shelley Richard P. Bland Ebenezer B. Finley John E. Kenna
Otho R. Singleton Andrew R. Boone
William H. Forney John W. Killinger William F. Slemons Edward S. Bragg Greenbury L. Fort Robert M. Knapp
William E. Smith Curtis H. Brogden Benjamin J. Franklin J. Proctor Knott
William A. J. Sparks Thomas M. Browne Benoni S. Fuller
Robert F. Ligon
William M. Springer Aylett H. Buckner Mills Gardner
L. A. Mackey
Walter L. Steele George C. Cabell William W. Garth Levi Maish
John M. Thompson John W. Caldwell D. C. Giddings Van H, Manning
J. W. Throckmorton W, P. Caldwell John M. Glover
Benjamin F. Marsh Thomas F. Tipton William H. Calking John Goode
Benjamin F. Martin Richd. W. Townshend Joseph G. Cannon
Thomas M. Gunter James A. McKenzie John R. Tucker John G. Carlisle Andrew H. Hamilton John A. McMahon
Charles H. Morgan Robert B. Vance
Nelson H. Van Vorhes Hiester Clymer Carter H. Harrison Addison Oliver
Alfred M. Waddell Thomas R. Cobb Julian Hartridge James Phelps
Gilbert C. Walker Francis D. Collins William Hartzell
William A. Phillips William Walsh Philip Cook
Dudley C. Haskell Auburn L. Pridemore Harry White Jordan E. Cravens Robert A. Hatcher David Rea
Michael D. White Thomas T. Crittenden Philip C. Hayes
John H. Reagan
W.C. Whitthorno D. B. Colberson Eli J. Henkle James B. Reilly
Jere N. Williams Robt. H. M. Davidson Daniel M. Henry
Americus V. Rice
Albert S. Willis Joseph J. Davis
Goldsmith W. Hewitt Haywood Y. Riddle Benjamin Wilson Geo. G. Dibrell
Hilary A. Herbert William M. Robbins Hendrick B. Wright H. L. Dickey
Charles E. Hooker Charles B. Roberts Jesse J. Yeates Beverly B. Donglas John F. House
E. W. Robertson
Those who voted in the negative are-
John Howard Pugh
Terrence J. Quinn William H. Baker
Dudley C. Denison Elbridge G. Lapham Joseph H. Rainey Latimer W, Ballou Mark H. Dunnell
James H. Randolph Nathaniel P. Banks Jeremiah W. Dwight J. E. Leonard
Thomas B. Reed George M. Beebe
Benjamin T. Eames Stephen D. Lindsey William W. Rice Charles B. Benedict Anthony Eickhoff
Daniel N. Lockwood George D. Robinson Horatio Bi-bee, jr. Charles C. Ellsworth George B. Loring
Ezekiel S. Sampson
Stephen L. Mayham Gustave Schleicher Lorenzo Brentano Chapman Freeman Anson G. McCook
Wm. S. Shallenberger Mark S. Brewer William P. Frye J. H. McGowan
C. H. Sinnickson James F. Briggs
James A. Garfield William McKinleyjr. William S. Stenger Horatio C. Burchard Randall L. Gibson
Lyne S. Metcalfe
J. H. Stewart Theodore W. Burdick Eugene Hale
Job I. Mitchell
John W. Stono
J. M. Thornburgh
William R. Morrison Amos Townsend Jacob M. Campbell Benjamin W. Harris Leopold Morse
Tohd T. Wait Simeon B. Chittenden E. Kirke Hart
Lewis F. Watson
Edward Overton, jr. Alphens S. Williams
Romualdo Pacheco Andrew Williams Omar D. Conger John N. Hungerford Horace F. Page
Charles G. Williams James W. Covert Anthony Ittner
George W. Patterson Richard Williams Jacob D. Cox Amaziah B. James Thomas B. Peddie
Benjamin A. Willis William W. Crapo Frank Jones
Clarkson N. Potter Edwin Willits H. J. B. Cummings Joseph Jorgensen
Thad, C. Pound
William Pitt Lynde Alex. H. Stephens Archibald M. Bliss C. B. Darrall
Hernando D. Money Joseph C. Stone
Horace B. Strait
Thomas Swann Samuel A. Bridges Walbridge A. Field Leonidas Sexton
Martin I. Townsend John M. Bright Lucien C. Gause Robert Smalls
William D. Veeder Solomon Bundy Geo. C. Hazelton A. Herr Smith
William Ward Benjamin F. Butler Frank Hiscock
Milton I. Southard
James Williams. Milton A. Candler J. Warren Keifer So the bill was passed.
Mr. Ewing moved to reconsider the vote by which the bill was passed, and also moved that the motion to reconsider be laid on the table; which latter motion was agreed to.
Ordered, That the Clerk request the concurrence of the Senate therein. Mr. Wood moved that when the House adjourn it be to meet on Tues. day next.
By unanimous consent, leave of absence for remainder of present session was granted as follows, viz:
To Mr. Ballou, to Mr. Brewer, to Mr. Kelley, to Mr. Quinn, to Mr. Sparks, to Mr. John W. Stone, and to Mr. Wait.
By unanimous consent, leave was granted to Mr. John T. Harris to withdraw from the files of the House papers in the case of G. E. W. Sherretts,
The Speaker, by unanimous consent, laid before the House a letter from the Secretary of War, transmitting the report of the commission appointed by joint resolution of March 3, 1877, to examine contracts between the United States and the Moline Water-Power Company; which was ordered to be referred to the Committee on Appropriations and printed.
On motion of Mr. Wood, at 5 o'clock and 25 minutes p. m., the House adjourned.
TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 27, 1877.
The following memorials, petitions, and other papers were laid on the Clerk's desk, under the rule, and referred as follows, viz:
By Mr. Banks: The petition of Alfred D. Bullock, of Everett, Massachusetts, for compensation for injuries sustained while employed at the United States navy-yard at Boston, Massachusetts; to the Committee on Naval Affairs.
By Mr. Brogden: A paper relating to the establishment of post-routes between Littleton and Brinkleyville, Halifax and Scotland Neck, Jericho and Strabane, Dudley, Brogden's Mill, Graham's Store, and Bentonville, North Carolina; to the Committee on the Post Office and Post-Roads.
By Mr. William P. Caldwell: The petition of William B. Reed, for
By Mr. Covert: Memorial of Oscar F. Stanton, commander United
By Mr. Jacob D. Cox: Memorial of citizens of the District of Colum-
By Mr. Crittenden: The petition of Stephen Henry Parsons, for the payment of the award made in his favor against the Republic of Mexico; to the Committee on the Judiciary.
By Nir. Culberson : The petition of S. J. Davenport, for pay for services rendered as fireman in the heating department of the House of Representatives; to the Committee of Accounts.
By Mr. Felton : A paper relating to the establishment of a post-route
between Dallas and Villa Rica, by way of Nebo and Henderson's Store, Georgia ; to the Committee on the Post-Office and Post-Roads.
By Mr. Gartield: The petition of John McCloud, for a pension ;
Also, memorial of J. Webber, for the passage of a bill to date pensions from the date the disability occurred; to the Committee on Invalid Pensions.
By Mr. Gause: Papers relating to the claim of the heirs of Alexander G. Clements, for the use and occupation of property by the United States Army;
Also, the petition of A. C. Wellburn, for compensation for property taken by the United States Army; to the Committee on War Claims.
Also, papers relating to the claim of William Byers, for pay as a member of Congress; to the Committee of Claims.
By Mr. Garth: Papers relating to the claims of Russell M. Kilburn and John R. Stutts, for property taken by the United States Army; to the Committee on War-Claims.
By Mr. Haskell: Papers relating to the claim of George Silvers, for a pension; to the Committee on Invalid Pensions.
By Mr. Henry R. Harris: Papers relating to the claim of the administrator of the estate of S. H. Hill, for the use and occupation of property by the United States Army; to the Committee on War-Claims.
By Mr. Henkle: Papers relating to the claim of William W. Morris; to the Committee of Olaims.
By Mr. Hunton: A paper relating to the claim of Ann S. McKinzie, for property destroyed by the United States Army;
Also, papers relating to the claim of Mrs. Virginia Maddox, for property taken by the United States Army; to the Committee on War-Claims.
By Mr. Kidder: A paper from Henry M. Williams, recommending that steam-plows and tackle be placed upon the free list; to the Committee of Ways and Means.
By Mr. Ligon: A paper relating to the establishment of a post-route betweeu Shorter's Station, on the Western Railroad, to Deck's Creek, in Macon County, Alabama; to the Committee on the Post Office and Post-Roads.
By Mr. Luttrell: Resolutions of the board of supervisors and of the board of the Chamber of Commerce of San Francisco, California, asking for an appropriation for the erection of a post office building in said city; to the Committee on Appropriations.
By Mr. McGowan : Papers relating to the claim of Fred. W. Smith, for a pension;
By Mr. Oliver: Papers relating to the claim of John S. Corlett, for a pension; to the Committee on Invalid Pensions.
By Mr. Robertson : A paper relating to the establishment of a post. route from Pouchatoula to Chapeau Pela and from Tchefuncta to Coy. ington, Louisiana ; to the Committee on the Post-Office and Post-Roads.
By Mr. Swann: The petition of J. B. Raddach, L. F. Bieler, John R. Gould, and 179 others, of Maryland, for speedy action in regard to the
passage of the bill granting pensions to soldiers and sailors of the Mexican war; to the Committee ou Invalid Pensions.
By Mr. Thornburgh: The petition of George W. Strunk, for relief on account of postage-stamps stolen by burglars ; to the Committee of Claims.
By Mr. Vance: A paper relating to the establishment of a post-route from Richland Institute to Valleytown, by way of Baptist Church, Quallatown, Birdtown, Charleston, Dehart's, and Jarrett's, North Carolina; to the Committee on the Post-Office and Post-Roads.
By Mr. Walsh : Papers relating to the claim of George W. Spates, for rent of property used by the United States Army; to the Committee on War-Claims.
By Mr. Whitthorne : A paper relating to the establishment of a postroute between Ashland and Iry's Mills, Tennessee; to the Committee on the Post Office and Post-Roads.
Also, memorial of Edward P. McCrea, commander United States Nary, that an investigation be made as to whether the joint resolution of July 1, 1870, in relation to promotions in the United States Navy, bas been complied with; to the Committee on Naval Affairs.
By Mr. Young: The petition of Mathias App, that he be refuuded certain taxes wrongfully assessed and collected from bim by United States officials; to the Committee of Claims.
Also, papers relating to the claims of Emma G. Abbott, Mathias App, Isaac Bloom, Needham Branch, Benjamin Coleman, Wiley J. Davis, Eli T. Diamond, Henry C. Dalles, John A. Farley, John A. Gwinn, Elizabeth J. Hampton, John Larkin, Silas M. Luck, Mary E. O. McGregor, Samuel McKenna, William McKnight, James G. Moore, Z. C. Nolan, David Robbins, Benjamin F. Rutherford, Nancy Seawright, Reeder B. Sheppard, Thomas T. Somerville, Henry 0. Sykes, Robert Tally, and James Tucker, for property taken and stores furnished the United States Army;
Also, papers relating to the claims of Emmarilda J. Carr, David R. Cook, Ann E. Connell, executrix, &c., Samuel H. Duscomb, Edgar McDavitt, Martha M. Parker, John T. Stratton, Joseph Tagg, and Mary E. Whitehead, for rent of and damages to property by the United States Army;
Also, papers relating to the claim of William B. Hamlin, for property destroyed by the United States Army; to the Committee on War:Claims.
Mr. Singleton, from the Committee on Printing, to which was referred the following resolution, viz :
Resolved, That 10,000 copies of the reports and accompanying document of the United States monetary commission, organized under joint resolution of August 15, 1876, be printed for the use of the House; reported the same with the following amendment in the nature of a substitute therefor, viz:
Reso'ved, That there be printed for the use of the House 10,000 copies, in pamphlet form, of the report of the United States monetary commission created by joint resolution of August 15, 1876; said pamphlet to embrace only the majority and the minority reports, together with the special reports of said commission, and containing in all two hundred and ten printed pages octavo.
The House having proceeded to their consideration;