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196 A bill to consolidate the bonded debt of the
United States, and reduce the interest thereon. i
lands to the education of the people.
A bill for the relief of E. T. Pilkinton ..........
elections, and to amend section 2002, and to
vised Statutes of the United States.
certain money therein named.
Revised Statutes as forbids the payment of the
pay the same when duly established.
A bill to refund to the State of North Carolina
certain moneys therein named.
entitled "An act to amend existing customs
poses," approved February 8, 1875.
Statutes, relating to usury.
Statutes of the United States,
tilled from fruits.
fort County, North Carolina.
lected from citizens in the late insurrectionary
States under the act of August 5, 1861.
1868, which is in excess of fifty dollars.
in Lexington, North Carolina, destroyed by
bonds of the collector of internal revenue sball
tration of justice in criminal causes in the
dispose of $100 worth thereof to consumers
lish the western judicial district of
Statutes of the United States of America.
the soldiers and sailors of the war of 1812 and
228 A bill to authorize and enable the Eastern band!
of the Cherokee Indians to institute and prog:
law as requires persons and State banking as
for accepting & usurious rate of interest.
A bill for the relief of Moses W. Alexander....
master at Washington, Georgia.
at Elberton, Georgia.
additional causes of challenge and prescribing
in the United States courts."
or affirmation to be taken and subscribed by
duties of their office.
tobacco of their own production, to other per
improvement of the Coosa River from Rome,
railroad-bridge, in Alabama.
sailors of the Mexican, Florida, and the Black
soldiers and sailors of the same.
road companies in protecting the earniogs of
the laboring classes.
County, Georgia, for the care and storage of
circulation of State banks and State banking
the State of Georgia.
postmaster at Athens, Georgia.
& soldier of the war of 1812.
the State of Georgia, and for other purposes.
harbor at Savannah, Georgia.
ment of the harbor at Darien, Georgia.
ment of the harbor at Brunswick, Georgia.
United States district and circuit courts and
the post-office at Savannah Georgia.
gia, & port of delivery
tice in the United States courts in Alabama.
A bill granting pensions to certain soldiers and
sailors of the Mexican and other wars therein
vised Statutes, relating to grand and petit
and for other purposes.
the Yazoo, Tallahatchie. Sunflower, and Coid.
executrix of Haller Nutt, deceased.
of Nannie Hall, formerly widow of the late
into the United States Treasury.
and others for supplies, materials, and repairs
throughout the United States.
Mackie, of New Orleans, Louisiana.
and judgments of the provisional court of the
United States for the State of Louisiana.
Christopher M. Haile, United States Army.
of Joseph Fry.
of Louisiana, successor to the Louisiana State
Bank of New Orleans.
mail steamsbip service between the United
States and the Empire of Brazil.
utes of the United States, and to provide an
the United States.
protection and security to the shipping trade
courage the establishment of public inarine
Railroad to relinquish its title to certain lands
in the State of Louisiana,
veston, and Houston, Texas, ports to which
unappraised merchandise may be transported.
assay-office at New Orleans, Louisiana, and
making an appropriation therefor.
resentatives-elect, and directing the manner in
63 156, 165
Bills of the House of Representatives—Continued.
283 A bill to remove the disabilities imposed by the
third section of the fourteenth article of the
utes of the United States, and prescribing an
ing at Shreveport, Louisiana.
Company to construct & bridge over the Oua.
of the district of the Teche, in Louisiana, from
Brashear to Morgan City.
enable the Commissioner of the General Land
purpose of repairing and in part rebuilding the
its expenditure, and for other purposes.
A bill to relieve Morgan's Louisiana and Texas
Railroad, formerly the New Orleans, Opelou-
chapter 42, section 3.
internal revenue, second district of Louisiana.
of the so-called Confederate States.
refunding and repayment of moneyy expended
or paid and deposited by them for Tice meters.
from the Interior Department to the War De-
lar, and making it a legal tender for all debts,
public and private,
specie payments," approved January 14, 1875.
ard silver dollar, and to restore its legal-tender
ing a peogion to A. Schuyler Sutton," ap.
proved June 4, 1872.
death, wounds received, or disease contracted