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Stark, Jacob H...........

H. R. 1777.
Stauber, Samnel B., et al...........

***** H. R. 1327.
St. Bernard, Alexander....

H. R 634.
Stephens, John A.................

********H. R. 588.
Stephenson, William W...........

H. R. 480.
Stepper, Andrew.................
Stevens, Martha A.........

******** I. R. 372, 876.
Stevens, E. H., et al ....
Stewart, John.........

******** H. R. 624.*********
Stewart, Thomas T...........

H. R. 1535.
Stewart, Thaddeus S.....

H. R. 1615.
Stewart, Jane A .........

H. R. 1663.
Stieff, Caroline ...........

H. R. 815.
Stinson, Samuel, jr......

H. R. 14.
Stinson, Adam ..........

H. R. 436.
Stocton, Cellie...

H. R. 1525.
Stone, Elizabeth D............

*** H. R. 113.
Stone, Charles R.....
Stone, J. M., et al ....
Stonebraker, George E........

H. R. 167, 168.
Stonefield, Mary Ann ...........

**ncccc H. R. 997.
Strahan, Clement R.
Strawbet, Martha..
Street, John D........

H. R. 1606.
Strider, Samuel V. B...........

H. R. 1245.
Stringfield, W. W...
Stringham, Mrs. Silas H...
Strunk, George W.....
Stutts, John R., et al....

* H. R. 1665.
Sullivan, Dr. James B.........
Summers, Louisa...

H. R. 194.
Summers, Charles G............

H. R. 925, 1643.
Summers, F. K.....
Sutherlin, John F., & Bro....

H. R. 450.
Sutlise, James

H. R. 242.
Sutorius, Alexander....
Sutter, John A...
Sutton, A. Schuyler.....

H. R. 302.
Sntton, Leroy D.........

H. R. 320
Swack, James C.......

H. R. 299.
Swope, Samnel ....

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Taxes, equalizing.......

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H. R. 102.
on banks-(See Bank-tax.)
to refund certain, on land collected from citizens in the late insurrectionary States ......

H. R. 212, 1548.
to refund, paid by distillers of fruit-brandy....

H. R. 213.
to refund certain, collected on cotton...........

.........

H. R. 1339, 1670.
Telegraphic communication, to establish additional, with Europe.

H. R. 1267.
Tennessee, members from the State of, appear, viz: James H. Randolph, J. M. Thornburgh,

George G, Dibrell, H. Y. Riddle, John M. Bright, John F. House, W. C. Whit

thorne, J. D. C. Atkins, W. P. Caldwell, Casey Young............................
for the relief of the State of ....

H. R. 360.

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Tennessee, to improve Cumberland River, in ........

1. R. 379, 400
to improve Caney Fork, in.........

H. R. 380.
to improve the Tennessee River, in ..

H. R. 390, 397, 403.
to establish United States courts at Chattanooga...

H, R. 411.
for the relief of St. Cecilia's Academy, at Nashville, in ....

H. R. 1033.
for the relief of Shelby Medical College, at Nashville, in ........

H. R. 1036.
to cede a lot of land in Memphis, to said city..

H. R. 1038.
terms of United States courts at Jackson, in ..

H. R. 1048.
to improve the wharf at Memphis......

H. R. 1696.
for the building of a marine hospital at Memphis

H. R. 1697.
Tenure of office, to repeal the Revised Statutes relative to the

H. R. 21.
Territories, for the sale of timber-lands in .....

H. R. 797.
explanatory of the Revised Statutes relative to the legislation of

H. R. 1184.
to amend Revised Statutes relative to....

..........................

I. R. 1630.
to establish Territory of Lincoln......

H. R. 1182.
Texas, members from the State of, appear, viz: John H. Reagan, D. B. Culberson, J. W. Throck-

morton, R. Q. Mills, D. C. Giddings, Gustave Schleicher ......
to survey the Austin-Topolovampo Pacific route ....

H. R. 112.
to make the ports of Brownsville, Galveston, and Houston ports of entry..........

H. R. 280.
to pay the State of, certain moneyg.....

H. R. 654.
to construct a post-office at Houston, in ....

H. R. 656.
to improve the channel in Galveston Bay

H. R. 659, 1121.
for the fortification of Galveston Harbor
to improve Sabine Pass ............
to pay to the State of, $1,629,615.69 .....

H. Res. 16.
to provide public buildings at Tyler, in .........

H. R. 677.
to improve Sabine and Trinity Rivers, in

H. R. 678.
for the relief of two Senators and four Representatives to Congress from, elected in 1866

H. R. 679.
to improve the Neches River, in ......

H. R. 680.
to establish the collection-district of Sabine Pass, in .....

H. R. 681.
to issue arms to the State of..........

H. Res. 15.
to pay balance due creditors of Republic of ...

H. Res. 18.
to provide public buildings at Galveston ..

H. R. 1124.
to create the northern judicial district of the State of....

H. R. 1252.
to aid the Galveston Military Institute..

H. R. 1720.
for the relief of certain citizens of Brenham..

H. R. 1722.
to muster into service of United States two regiments of Texas rangers, to protect the

border of State of .
Thompson, John M., of Butler, twenty-sixth district of Pennsylvania:

Answered roll-call....
Sworn in...........

Member of Committee on War-Claims
Bills of the House introduced by

C. S. Reisinger, No. 125.
Petitions presented by-

C. S. Reisinger .....
Thornburgh, J.M., of Knoxville, second district of Tennessee:

Answered roll-call .........
Sworn in..............................

Member of Committee of Elections...
Bills of the House introduced by
Equalizing bounties, No. 389; tributaries of Tennessee River, 390; H. Scaggs, 391: Mrs.

M. D. Williams, 392; L. M. Blackman, 393; H. A. Chambers, 394; W. A Rucker, 395;
G. W, Dice, 396; G. W. Browning, 1045; G. W. Ellison, 1046; H. Ryne, 1688.

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Thornburgh, J.M.-Continued.
Petitions presented by-
W. H. Newlee.....

100
J. B. Cothran ...
W. F. Frasier....

232
J. L. Hawkins et al ...

242
M. Allcock et al .....

249
J. Henry et al..

249
C. Spradlin et al.
J. Turner, sr., et al...

249
C. M. Hall......

249
W. French.....

249
W. M. Burnett ...

G. W. Strunk....
Throckmorton, J. W., of McKinney, third district of Texas:

Answered roll-call....
Sworn in.....
Member of Committee on Pacific Railroad.

Indian Affairs.....
Resolutions of the House introduced by-

That the Committee on Military Affairs be instructed to inquire into the expediency of
mustering into the service of the United States two regiments of Texas mounted rang-
ers, to be used for the protection of the Mexican and Indian borders of the State of Texas,
to be continued in the service of the United States so long as the President may deem
the service of such regiments necessary to the adequate protection of the frontiers of
that State; said regiments to equal in strength the strongest cavalry regiments of the
United States Army, and to be under the direction and control of the officers of the
Army in command of the Military District and Department of Texas; the committee to

report by bill or otherwise.....................
Bills of the House introduced by

J. Clymer, No. 686; Mexican war and other pensions, 687; D. M. Page, 688; H. Warren,
689; J. N. Reed, 690; J. M. Waide, 855 ; S. Marble et al., 856; T. J. Rhodes, 857; J.
Jackson, 858; H. C. Smith, 859; J. McAllister, 860; W. A. Westover, 861; Z. W. Rains,

862; A. V. Neeley, 863 ; J. Larnes, 864; L. Albertson, 1439.
Petitions presented by-
For post-route ......

100
J. N. Reed.....
J. Clymer. ....

163
A. Lee et al ...
H. Warren .....
J. McAlister et al .....
D. M. Page...

234
B. F. Overton et al.
C. Baskerville et al....

J. H. Baker et al...
Tice meters, to refund distillers for payment of moneys for...

H. R. 294.
Timber, to encourage the growth of, on western prairies...

H. R. 1755.
Tipton, Thomas F., of Bloomington, thirteenth district, of Illinois :

Answered roll-call.
Sworn in.......

Member of Committee on Manufactures...
Bills of the House introduced by
Post-office savings-banks, No. 548; bankrupt law, 549; United States courts in Utah,

1071 ; jurisdiction of United States courts, 1399; liens of judgments in United States
courts, 1400; United States circuit courts, (removal of cases to, from State courts,) 1494;

C. Schmidt, 1756.
Petitions presented by -

Letter-carriers .....

Letter-carriers' Association..
Tobacco, to authorize manufacturers of, to transfer licorice, &c., free of duties.......

H. R. 182.
to reduce the tax upon......

59,67
H. R. 221, 355.
to amend the Revised Statutes relative to the tax on ...

..66, 77, 141
H. R. 325, 327, 547, 1061, 1714.
to authorize producers of leaf, to dispose of one hundred dollars' worth free of tax...59, 60, 66,

67, 68, 69, 70, 79, 80, 135, 141
H. R. 223, 238, 324, 327, 346, 382, 398, 401, 406, 572,574, 575, 595, 946, 1061.
Secretary of the Treasury to pay for, seized by the Treasury Department..

110
H. R. 867.
relative to the sale of leaf.........

........

H. R. 1421.
Tonnage, to amend section 2931 of the Revised Statutes relative to the tax on ........

H. R. 1118.
Townsend, Amos, of twentieth district of Ohio:

Answered roll-call.....
Sworn in.......

Member of Committee on the Post-Office and Post-Roads.......
Bills of the House introduced by-

R. E. McKay, No. 1004.
Petitions presented by-
Letter-carriers ......

30,119
R. L. McKay ......

132
J. M. Carrington.....

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Townsend, Martin I., of Troy, seventeenth district of New York:

Answered roll-call....
Sworn in...
Leave of absence granted...
Member of Committee on Indian Affairs...

Funeral of Senator Morton........
Resolutions of the House introduced by

That the Judiciary Committee be instructed to inquire into the cause of the imprison-
ment of Hon. Robert Smalls, a member of this House, in the State of South Carolina,
and report as soon as practicable whether such imprisonment is or is not a violation of
the constitutional privileges of the House.....

212
Petitions presented by-
Letter-carriers....

47
W. A. Mann ....

170
S. E. Willard ...

177
J. A. Eisenlord....

225
Townshend, Bichard W., of Shawneetown, nineteenth district of Illinois :

Answered roll-call...........
Sworn in...
Member of Committee on Private Land Claims.......

Patents....
Resolutions of the House introduced by

That the Committee on Banking and Currency be instructed to inquire into the expe-

diency of withdrawing the national-bank circulation and winding up the national banks,
and in lieu of said circulation providing the coantry with greenbacks or other currency
of similar character, and that they report by bill or otherwise; to the Committee on
Banking and Currency.......

206
Bills of the House introduced by

Removal of causes from State courts, No. 505; J. B. Tucker, 506; N. J. Dutton, 507; S. M.

Nalley, 508; Silver dollar, 909; Section 3244, Revised Statutes, (sale of leaf-tobacco,)

1061; R. M. Harrilson, 1543; W. P. Armes, 1544.
Petitions presented by

F. B. Thompson.....
N.J. Dutton....
S. M. Nalley......

J. F. Nolen et al.....
Treasury, Secretary of the, letter from, transmitting estimates for salaries and for repairs to the

Interior Department building...
letter from the, transmitting reports of certain citizen committees

appointed to investigate the custom-house service, and recommend-

ing that they be compensated by appropriate legislation..
letter from the, regarding the claim of Caleb Tompkins, of Carters-

ville, Georgia, with accompanying documents..............
letter from the, regarding the claim of Mary E. Darwin and the heirs

of Amanda Canian, with accompanying documents...
to credit upon certain judgments the taxes assessed upon certain
spirits destroyed by fire...............

H. R. 543.
to pay the State of Texas $1,629,615.69............

H Res. 16
to pay State of Texas balance due creditors of republic of Texas....

H. Res. 18.
to pay for cotton and tobacco seized under direction of the Treasury
Department.......

...........................

H. R. 867.
to purchase a lot of land for the government in Providence, Rhode
Island .....................

133-233
** * H. R. 921. 1547.
requested to furnish copies of contract made with the syndicate of
bankers........

146
to report to the House the amount of gold bullion now in the Treas.
ury. ......

158
transmits answer to the above...

218
to fix the salaries of collectors of customs..

189
H. R. 1269.
to furnish statement of the trade and commerce with the British pog.
sessions.............

158
letter from the, in reference to the compensation of the commissions

to examine the custom-houses of the principal ports of the United

States ....
letter transmitting an estimate of appropriation for deficiencies in

salaries and contingent expenses in the executive office for the
fiscal year ending June 30, 1878..........................

165
letter from the, transmitting a communication from the Attorney.
General in relation to the account of H. H. Wells, United States
attorney for the District of Columbia.....

202
letter from the, in response to a resolution of the House asking for

information relative to the negotiation of the United States 4 per
cent. bonds......
.......

235
to purchase a lot of land in Providence, R. I......

250
H. R 1547.
to pay the owners of cotton seized by the Treasury since 1865. ...... 252

H. R. 1584.
to furnish estimate for erecting pier-lights at the entrance of the jet-
ties.......

270
to purchase certain property of the Freedman's Bank, in the District
of Columbia ...

285
H. R. 1747.

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Tucker, John R., of Lexington, sixth district of Virginia :

Answered roll-call...
Sworn in.............
Leave of absence granted....

Member of Committee of Ways and Means ...
Bills of the House introduced bu-

W. A. Graham, No. 947; J. Kelley, 1203 ; public building at Lynchburgh, 1204; E. D.

Bruner, 1248; Rev. J. Poisal, H. Res. 38; M. Lacy, 1628; refunding tobacco-tax to citi.

zens at Lynchburg, 1629; Folkes, Winston et al., 1654.
Petitions presented by

Of messengers of the Supreme Court ........

E. H. Hooe..........
Turner, Thomas, of Mount Sterling, ninth district of Kentucky:

Answered roll-call ......
Sworn in...............
Member of Committee on Private Land-Claims ...

the Militia ......
Railing for the protection of members on the outer circle of seats ...
Bills of the House introduced by-
Mexican, Florida, and Black Hawk war-pensions, No. 329; J.D. Young, 1024; destruction

of salt-works, 1025 ; Cumberland River Falls, 1026 : Kentucky and other rivers, 1027;
L. Sowards, 1028; section 3693 of Revised Statutes, (public debt,) 1381; L. C. Dils, 1382;

section 4693 of Revised Statutes, (pensions) 1383.
Petitions presented by

For a post-route...
Turney, Jacob, of Greensburg, twenty-first district of Pennsylvania :

Answered roll.call......
Sworn in........... .
Leave of absence granted ..
Member of Committee on Elections...

the Territories
Petitions presented by-
A. Moffit..........

(INDIVIDUAL BILLS, PETITIONS, ETC.)
Tabb, William...........

H. R. 1320
Taft, Lucius.

*******H. R. 1148.
Taggart, Silas ...

H. R. 1069.
Tait, William ..
Talbert, Henrietta..........

H. R. 172.
Talbert. William ..
Tanner, Augustus B.
Tapps, Robertson ...
Targarona, Peter ..

***H. R. 1387.
Tatham, Mary
Taylor, B. B.....

H. R. 873.
Taylor, Peter W ...........

H. R. 1402.
Taylor, John L ...........

H. R. 1473.
Taylor, Virginia....
Taylor, Sarah J
Teagarden, Elizabeth. .........

....100, 109, 2013

H. R. 830.
Tebault, Dr. A. G...
Tennant, David B...
Tennessee, citizens of, for post-routes.....

27, 30, 149, 210, 259
citizens of, for an increase of the salaries of letter-carriers
citizens of, for cheap telegraphy .......
papers relative to the claims of the publishing house of the Methodist Episcopal

Church South ......
Shelby Medical College, claims of..........
list of 449 claims of citizens of...
Mount Olivet Cemetery Company of Nashville, for damages by the United States

Army............... ....
citizens of, in regard to the survey of the port of Memphis......
the Cumberland Presbyterian church at Charleston, for compensation for damages

by the United States Army......................
citizens of McMinn County, that a pension be granted John Kiltner......
members of the Cumberland Presbyterian church at Calhoun, for the use and de-

struction of their church-honse by the United States Army ....
Tobacco Board of Trade of Clarksville, asking an appropriation for the improvement

of the Cumberland and Red Rivers..........

Teresa, Mary.........
Texas, citizens of, for the repeal of the bankrupt law....
for post-routes ..........

47, 100
for repeal of the bank-tax.

184
for the improvement of navigation between Jefferson and Shreveport, La....
State Grange of, to make Commissioner of Agriculture a cabinet oflicer....

917
citizens of, to make San Antonio a port of entry, &c.........
memorial of the Galveston, Harrisburg and San Antonio Railway Company, for aid to ex-
tend their railway......

959

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