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Groce, Jacob M 254

H. R. 1627.
Grove, George 135

H. R. 941.

Grover, Arabella 210

G uilbeau, Francis 275

H. R, 1723.
Gnrley, E. J 36,84

II. R. 658.
Gustine, Samuel I 271

H. R. 1662.

Hair, Eugene, of Ellswjrth, fifth dlstrlot of Maine:

A ns werod roll-call 4

Sworn iu 12

Member of Committee on Appropriations W

Li brary 96

to notify the President that ttie House is ready to adjourn 298

Resolution* of the House introduced by

That the name of Thomas M. Patterson be stricken from the roll of this House as Rep-
resentative in the Forty-fifth Congress from the State of Colorado, and that the name

of James IS. Bolfnrd be placed upon said roll as Representative in said Congress 10

For Clerk of the Honse of Representatives, Forty-fifth Congress, Jeremiah M. Rusk, of
Wisconsin; for Sergeaot-at-Arms, Nehemiah G. Ordway, of New Hampshire; for Door-
keeper, Horace H. Harrison, of Tennessee; for Postmaster. Henry L. Sherwood, of

Michigan ; and for Chaplain, Rev. J. G. Bntlor, D. D., of the District of Columbia 13

That Joseph H. Rainoy bo now sworn in as a Representative in Congress from the first

district of the State of South Carolina 15

That Richard H.Cain be now sworn iu as a Representative in this Congress from the

second district of tho State of South Carolina 16

That the Committee of Elections be hereby directed to report to this House its conclu-
sions on the prima-facie case in the contested-election case of Belford vs. Patterson on
Satarday morning next after the reading of the Journal; and unless said report is so

made said committee shall be discharged from the further consideration of the case 256

Bills ofUu limine introduced by

T. D. Wilson, No. 1752.
Petitions presented by

H. Kosobinck etui 28

For an appropriation to clear the chanuel of tho East Penobscot River 99

M. Weed et at 118

L.J.Thomas 232

Hamilton, Andrew II., of Fort Wayne, twelfth district of Indiana:

Answered roll-call 8

Sworn iu 12

Member of Committee on Foreign Affairs 94

Enrolled Rills %

BV.U of the House introduced by

United States courts at Fort Wavne. No. 431; J. M. Boyd, 432; reimburse States for war
expenses, 433; R. W. Sill, 1495; J. Clements, 1718.
l*etitions presented by

J. M Boyd 28

Letter-carriers 42

For post-route 44

Uanna, John, of Indianapolis, seventh district of Indiana:

Answered roll-call 8

Sworn in - 12

Member of Committee on Naval Affairs. 1*4

to attend funeral of Senator Morton 124

Leave of absence granted 279

Resolutions of the House introduced by—

In view of the sad intelligence of tho death of Oliver P. Morton, late a distinguished Sen-
ator iu the Congress of the United States from the State of Indiana, the Speaker of this
HouBe, as a mark of respect for the memory of a man whose death is tho nation"s lorn
- do appoint a committee of seven members to represent this House at the funeral

obsequies; and, as a further mark of respect, this House do now adjourn 123

Bills of the House introduced by

R.C.Reich. No. 473; L. E. Campbell, 474; W. Black. 475; J. Alberton, 476; A. Koeniuger,
477; J. W. L. Matlock, 478; A.M. Lewis, 47!); W. H. Stephenson, 480; bankrupt law,

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Petitions presented by

For the repeal of the resumption act 44

Letter-carriers 45( 176

W. w. Stephenson 45

J.W. Dodd & Co 176

Harbors, to improve Milford, in Connecticut 51

H.R.51.

to improve the harbor of Norfolk, Portsmouth, aud Elizabeth River, in Virginia 57

H. R, 185.

to improve harbor at Savannah, in Georgia 61

H. R. 249.

to improve harbor at Darien, in Georgia CI

H. R. 250.

to improve harbor at Brunswick, in Georgia 61

H. R. 252.

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Jfarbortt, for the government of the harbor at Sand Bench Bay. on Lake Huron, Michigan 82

H. R, 633.

to improve the Galveston Harbor 84

H. R. 659.

for the fortification of Galveston narbor 84

H. R. C66.

<o improve Flushing Harbor, New York IM

H. R. 926.

to improve Galveston Harbor, in Texas 151

H. R. 1121.

to improve Stoniugton Harbor, in Connecticut 150

H. R. 1276.

to improve the harbor at Mobile, in Alabama 194

H. R. 1347.

to improve the harbor at Michigan City, in Indiana 196

H. R, 1392.

to improve the harbor at Yickaburg 252

H. R. 1581.

to improve the harbor at Manistee, Michigan 23$

, H. R. 1767.

to improve the harbor at Ludington* Michigan 2;9

H. R, 1768.

-to improve the harbor at Pent water, Michigan. 239

H. R. 1769.

-to improve the harbor at Charlevoix, Michigan 2rfl

H. R. 1770.

to improve Eagle Harbor, Lake Superior 989

H. R. 1771.

to improve Ontonagon Harbor, Lake Superior 2e0

H. R 1772.
llnrrienbcrgb, Augustas A., of Jersey City, seventh district of New Jersey:

Answered roll-call * 5

Sworn in 12

Member of Committee on Banking and Currency 92

Expenditures in the Department of Justice N

Railiug for the protection of the outer circle of seats "... H"

Resolutions of the House introduced by

Thiit a cjmmittee of three members of the House l»e appointed by the Speaker to examine
into and report upon the propriety of a railing for the protection of the outer circle of

seels 116

That there be printed from the stereotype plates eight hundred copies of the special re-
port on labor in Europe and America of Edward Young, Chief of the Bureau of Statis-
tics in the Treasury Department, for the use of the House 255

Hills of the House introduced hi/

Jersey City a port of entry, No. 136: C. Underbill. 137; H. M. Mease, 139; B. T. Hopper.
139; M. 11. Bramhall, 140; workingmen of District of Columbia, HI; stamps for bank
checks, 852; D. M. Carson, 923; compulsory pilotage, 929.
Petitions presented by

M. B. Bramhall 28,302

Of citizens for compensation for cotton seized 3.1

For repeal nf tho bankrupt-law 33

Letter-carriers 21,99,171

M. H. Noonan 1**

B. T. Hopper N*

Harint-r, Alfred <'., of Philadelphia, iifth district of Pennsylvania:

Answered roll-oall ■*

Sworn in

Member of Committee on Naval Affairs *"

■Bills of the House introduced by—

5. 11 nmes, No. 1619.
Petition* presented by—

Letter-carriers v **^

I <>r the repeal of the stamp-tax on matches **J

A. C. Pusey Wi

Xlnrriu, Benjamin \V., of East Bridgewater, second district of Massachusetts: .

Answered roll-call g *

Sworn in "H

Member of Committee on Naval Affairs - .*

Leave of absence granted **

Jiills of the House introduced bu—

G. B. Upton, No. 23, U. H. Dunphe, 1260; A. J. Eaton, 1261.

Petitions presented by— _,

L. A. Chamberlain ,

Harris* Henry R.t of Greenville, fourth district of Georgia: f<

Answered roll-oall .,,

Sworn in ,hj

Member of Committee on Ways and Means ■.

Expenditures in the Treasury Department

Hills of the House introduced by—

Earnings of laborers, No. 241 j Eagle and Phoenix Manufacturing Company, 809; Chatta-
hoochee River, 964 ■ J. M. Ward, 1221.

Petitions presented by— ^

For post-route aei

6. H. Hill

JUrtrria, John T., of Harrisonburg, seventh district of Virgiuia: g

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Sworn in

M tuber of Committee of Elections gj

on the Judiciary

IlarrJx, John T. -Continued. Page.

iienlutxons of the- Howie introdwed by

That the certificate presented by James B. Bel ford, and the certified abstracts of votes
cast upon the 1th day of November, 1870, for Representative to the Forty-fifth Con-
gress, and accompanying pipers presented by Thomas M. Patterson, upon 'which each
claims the oflice of Representative to the Forty-fifth Congress of the United States from
the State of Colorado, be referred to the Committee of Elections, to be appointed here-
after, with instruction* to said committee to report either as to the prima fwtie right or
final right of said claimants, as the committee shall deem proper, and that neither

claim ant Ik1* sworn in until said committee reports 85,31, 37

Bills of the Haute introduced by

United States courts, No. 179; Revised Statutes (oath of office), 1t*0; political disabilities,
181; Mrs. C. Stockton, 1325.
Petitions presented by

Pickerell & Brooks et al 91

W. II. & R. M. Harrison 21

W. McGill&Co 28

M. G. Harm an 189

A.J. Baustherrtffl 940

Harrison, Carter II., of Chicago, second district of Illinois:

Answered roll-call 8

Sworn in 12

Member of Committee on Reform in tli'i Civil Service 96

Bill* of the House introduced by

Counting electoral vote, No. 495; bankrupt law, 496; resumption act, 497; silver dollar,
49£; section 27, chapter 2, title 2, of Revised Statutes. 499; land in Chicago, 500; sectiou
9990 of Revised Statutes, 501; oilicers of vessels, 502; J. L\ Graham, 1404; tax on in-
solvent savings-banks, 1405.
Fttitions presented by—

Letter-can iera 42

M.J. Sears 219

Harrison, Rev. Dr. "W. P., elected Chaplain of the House 171

Sworn in 219

Hart, E. Kirkc, of Rochester, thirtieth district of New York:

Answered roll-call 5

Swoin in. 12

Member of Committee on Banking and Currency 92

Bills of the House introduced by—

G. F. Sanger, H. Res. 22.
Petitions presented by

Letter-carriers 45

■lartridge, Juliau, of Savannah, first diitrictof Georgia:

Answered roll-call :6

Sworn in 12

Meuibot of Committee on the Judiciary: 93

Expenditures in the Department of Justice 96

Resolutions of the Umtse introduced by

That the Clerk of the House of Representatives pay to Beaufort C. Lee, for services ren-
dered in the Doorkeeper's department, from March 1 to October 15,1877, at the rate of

$720 per annum 206

Bills of the House introduced by

Savannah River, No. 219; Darien ]TnrlK>r, 250; J. J. Warring, 251; Brunswick Harbor,
252; public buildings at Savannah, 253; II. F. Willink, 254; section 552 Revised Statutes
(United States courts,) 902; settloraont with certain railroads, 1333.
Petitions presented by—

Memorial of the <vnn in Rsi oners 203

Hartzrll, William, of Randolph, eighteenth district of Illinois:

Answerod roll-call 8

Sworn in.... 12

Member of Committee ou Banking and Currency 92

Public Expenditures ." 93

Bills of the House introduced by

H. B. Foster, No. 516; Mississippi River. 517; Mississippi River at Die^ev Island, 518;
B. D. Foster, 519; T. W. Segar, 520; T. F. Alexander. 521; J. B. Gillespie, 522; W. P. and
S. B. Halliday,523; L. L. Lawrence, 524; K. Lathrop.525; duties on imports, 528; S. W.
Hester, 527; C. Anderson, 528; sections 47:^6 and 4738 Revised Statutes, (pensions,) 1063;
swamplands to Randolph Couuty, Illinois, 1064; judicial districts in Illinois, 1065j
E. and W. Buder, 1006; J. S. Reardon, 1067; J. H. Linn, 1068; S. Taggart, 1069.
Petitions presented by

J. T. Christian 33

H. Wortbington 171

Hatkcll, Dudley C, of Lawrence, second district of Kansas:

Answered roll-call 9

Sworn in 112

Member of Committee on Education and Labor 95

Bills of the House introduced by—

J. R, Pratt, No. 1173; G. W. Smith, 1174; G. Silvers, 1175; Mrs. O. F. Short, 1176; New
York Indian bands, 1177; C. S. Wilder, 11713; land-claims in Kansas. 1179; K. Huddles,
ton, 1180; A. J. Mueller, 1497; customs-duties payable in gold and silver and legal-
tenders, 1498; Miami Indian lands, 1541; funding and redemption of United States
nates, 1542; refunding United States notes, 1610.
Petitions premented bu

For tberemonetization of silver 130

C. P. Short ...-' 176

Of citizens of Kansas Territory 203

U.S. Wilder 225

J. Lavkowitz 234

A. J. Muoller 248

G. Silvern 267

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Hatcher, Itoberl A., of New Madrid, fourth district of Missouri:

Answered roll-call 8

Sworn in 12

Member of Committee on Public Expenditures 83

Mississippi Levees 96

Hills of the House introduced by

Tobacco-growers, No. 574 j encourage borne manufacture of tobacco, 575; F. C. BntW, 57Sj
Mississippi levees, 1076; R. Kcidinger, 1414; R. L. Lindsev, 1415i L. Murdock, 1416; M.
M. Lyrch, 1417; A.O'Hara, 1418; Mix and Norwood, 1419 j EL P. Ford, 170*.

■ liiycH, Philip C\, of Morris, seventh district of Illinois:

Answered joll-call 8

Sworn in 19

Member of Committee on Agriculture 93

Bills of the House introduced by—

Miners' National Hank, No. 542; relief of distillers, 543; equalize bounties, 544; National
savings banks, 545.

Petitions presented by

For the prompt adjustment of pensioners' claims 99

Hfizcllon, George t'., of lSjscobei, third district of Wisconsin:

Answered roll-call 9

Sworn in 12

Member of Committee on Railways and Canals 94

Leave of absence granted 175

Hills of the House introduced by

Pleadings in civil actions, No. 715; section 847 of Revised Statutes, (judiciary), 716.

■ lender. 4-e«rije W., of Morrisville, third district of Vermont;

Answered roll-call 4

Sworn in 12

Member of Committee for the District of Columbia 93

Hills of the Hout-e introduced by

Government for District of Columbia, No. 9; P. P. Roberts, 10; A. Fairley, 11; F>. A. Beach,
12; H.D.Boardman.13; S. Stinson.jr. 14; F. W. Carpenter, 15 j D. D. Weed, 16 j K A.
Beach, 17; O. C. Reed. 918; L. Scott, !>19; interest on bonds, 1257; postmasters'claims
fur loss of stamps, 1258; Night-Lodging House Association of District of Columbia,
1259: T. T. Stewart, 1535; Washington Market Company. 1534 and 1530; Capitol, North
O street and South Washington Kail way Company, 1537.
Petitions presented by

O.C. Ke*l 21

H.O. Uoardman IBS

De F. W. Carpenter 125

D. D. Weed 125

E. A. Beach 125

■fender sou, Thomnfi .1., of Princeton, sixth district of Illinois:

Answered roll call: 8

Sworn in 12

Member of Committee of Claims 92

Resolutions of the House introduced by—

That 10,000 copies of the report and accompanying documents of the United States mon-
etary commission organized under the joint resolution of August 15, 1876, bo printed

for the use of thia Honse 113.268

That the Clerk of the House be, and be H hereby, authorized and directed to pay, out of
the contingent fund, to auch of the laborers of the House as were actually employed

during the recess of Congress or any part of the same. 208

Hills of thf House introduced by

J. W. Thompson, Nob.530 "and 531; .T. Fry, 532; Illinois aud Mississippi Canal, 533; W.
Frank burger, 1010; H. R. Parish, 1773.
Petitions presented by

S. V. Beuet 45

S.Noble 148

M. A. Ashbum . 210

Ifcnkle, Kli J., of Brooklyn, fifth district of Maryland:

Answered roll-call f „ 6

Sworn In 12

Member of Committee on the District of Columbia 93

Militia 94

Bills of the House introduced 6y—

M. 11. Fuisom, No. 174; H. Fulsom, 175; M. E. Saner, 17fi; H. Forb<*8<* at, 177; ,T. Forrest,
178; J. Walkins, 1313; pharmacy in District oi Columbia, 1311; attachments for debt in
District of Columbia, 1052; II. M. Hannon, 1653.
Petitions presented by

J. H. Maddox 45

J. Miilinger 106

M. V, Brown 106

W. Dodds 106

D. McClelland :106

Of the Ronton Catholic clergymen 118

G. and J. W.Railey 163

Memorial of mechanics '. 188

11. M. Hannon 210

J. Walton 210

W. II. Rogers 210

W.Talbert 219

W. W. Morris 267

Henry, Daniel JI., of Cambridge, first district of Maryland;

Answered roll-call 6

Sworn in 12

Leave of absence granted 1^8

Member of Committee of Claims 92

on Reform in the Civil Service 96

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Henry, Daniel JI.—Continued.
Petitions presented by

R.T.Brvan 106

Herbert, Hilary A., of Montgomery, second district of Alabama:

Answered roll-call * 6

Sworn in IS

Member of Committee on the Revision of the Laws of the United States 95

Regulating the Counting of the Elect-
oral Votes 96

Bill* of the House introduced ?»/—

Sections 820 ami Ml of Revised Statutes, (jurors.) No. 259; test oath, 260; J. Green, sr.,
977; public buildings at Montgomery, 978; J. Staliiugs, 1348; sale of timbered luuda,
15-25.
Petitions presented by—

A. P. Woods 259

Hewitt, Abrnm H.t of New York, tenth district of New York:

Sworn in

Member of Committee on Appropriations 92

Reform in the Civil Service 96

Bills of the House introduced by—

Treaty with China, 923; Paris Exhibition, II. Res. 1; bankrupt law, 1529; remission of
duties, II. Res. 49.
Petitions presented by-
Paris Exposition 171

National Board of Trade 175

G. Morris 182

C. B. Meyers 225

Hewitt, t-oltUmiih W., of Birmingham, sixth district of Alabama:

Answered roll-call 6

Sworn in 18

Member of Committee on the Public Lands 93

Invalid Pensions 94

Bdls of the House introduced by

Administration of justice in United States courts in Alabama, No. 256; Mexican war
pensions, 257; settlers on South and North Alabama Railroad Company, 972, causes to
commissioners of claims, 973.
Petitions presented by—

For an appropriation for the improvement of the navigation of the rivers 45

E. B. Lnvete* <ii 18i

niacock, Frank, of Syracuse, twenty-fifth district of New York:

Answered roll-call 5

Sworn in 12

Leave of absence granted 128

Member of Committee of Electious 90

Petitions presented by

Letter-carriers •. 182

Homesteads, to secure, on the public domain 49,54

H.R.20. 110.
Hooker, Charles K., of Jackson, fifth district of Mississippi:

Answered roll call 6

Sworn iu 12

Member of Committee on Indian Affairs 93

the Library 96

Resolutions of the House introduced by—

Relative'to the electrician of the House 147

Bills of the House introduced by—

E. Leland. No. 261; Delegate from Indian Terri torv, 979; Choctaw Nation, 980; D. F.
Tozier, H. Res. 4; Pearl River, 1319; Pascagoula River, 1350: Bonnet Can6 crevasse,
1351.
Petitions presented by—

T.W.Gongh 130

V. L. Brewster • 163

For refunding the cotton-tax 182

R.L.DeLeon 280

J. M. Stone etal 280

Horses, to pay certain persons for, taken by officers of the United States 67

H.R.36I.
Ilou«e. John F., of Clarksville, sixth district of Tennessee:

Answered roll-call 7

Sworn in 12

• Member of Committtc on Pacific Railroad 92

the Revision of the Laws Regulating the Counting of the Elect-
oral Votes 96

Bills of the House introduced by

Cumberland River, No. 400; sale of leaf-tobacco, 401; D. Marr, 402; B. B. Taylor, 873;
Camings, Doyle ct al, R74; A. II. Buchanan, 875: M. A. Stevens, 876; D. W. and M. E.
Glaasie, 877; J. Scott et a/., 878; W. Phillips. 1032; Saint Cecilia's Academy, 1033; W.
H. Fuqua, 1034; T. Hurd, 1035; Shelby Medical College, 1036; A. J. Duncan, 1037;
amendment to the Constitution, II. Res.36.
Petitions presented by—

Letter-carriors 28,33

A. Moore 33

R Abbey, agent 45

Shelby Medical College 148

T.Hordtftaf 148

Mount Olivet Cemetery Company 176

M.Somerville 225

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