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766 A bill to indemnify the State of West Virginia

for the destruction of a road, and bridges
thereon, from Fairmont to Gauley Bridge, by
the transportation over the same of armies and
army-supplies by the authorities of the United

States during the late war,
767 A bill granting & pension to Otis B. Anderson ..
768 | A bill granting a pension to Jane A. Harris..
69 A bill to authorize a further appropriation to

continue the improvement of the Great Ka-
Dawha River, in West Virginia,
A bill for the relief of the Methodist Episcopal

Church, South, &t Charleston, Kanawha
County, West Virginia.
A bill to authorize a further appropriation to

continue the public works now in course of
construction upon the Monongahela River, in

the State of West Virginia.
772 A bill for the relief of the surviving children of

Benjamin Moore, late of Harper's Ferry, Vir.

ginia.
A bill for the relief of the heirs of Chauncy M.
| Lockwood.
74' A bill supplemental to an act entitled "An act

for the apportionment of Representatives to
Congress among the several States according

to the ninth census."
775 A bill for the restoration to market of certain

1 lands in the Territory of Utah.
776 A bill to enable the people of Utah to form a con-

stitution and State government, and for the
admission of the said State into the Union on

an equal footing with the original States.
777 A bill relating to the approval of bills in the

Territory of Utah.
A bill to provide for the payment for certain

improvements on lands now embraced in the
military reservation of Fort Cameron, in the

Territory of Utah.
A bill granting the right of way to the Utah
Western Railroad through Rush Lake military

reservation.
780 A bill for the relief of John Van Cott and Sam.

uel Malin, of the Territory of Utah.
781

A bill for the relief of Angon Call....
A bill for the relief of Thomas Newman...
A bill to transfer the land granted for the branch

of the Northern Pacific Railroad to the Seattle

and Walla Walla Railroad Company.
A bill for the purchase of a site and the erection
of a fog-signal on Point Wilson, in Washington

Territory.
A bill to give an American register to the steamer

Isabelle.
A bill for the relief of F. Prosh and T. F. McEl-

roy, of Washington Territory.
A bill to grant lands to Dakota, Montana, Ari-

zona, Idaho, and Wyoming for university pur-

poses.
A bill to authorize the resurvey of lands where

the surveys are fraudulent, erroneous, or ob-

literated and to legalize certain reserveys.
| A bill to appropriate money for the purchase of

a law-library for the Territory of Dakota.
A bill to enable the people of Dakota to form a

constitution and State government, and for
the admission of the said State into the Union

on an equal footing with the original States.
| A bill to establish a land-district in the Black

Hills, in the Territory of Dakota.
792 A bill to establish the Territory of Pembina, and

to provide a temporary government therefor.
793 A bill to confirm certain acts of the legislative

assembly of the Territory of Arizona, and pro.
vide for an apportionment of the members in
the next legislative assembly thereof.

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| A bill to provide for the construction and repairs

of military roads in the Territory of Arizona
A bill segregating Grant County from the Terri.

tory of New Mexico and annexing it to the

Territory of Arizona.
A bill for the relief of Jenkins A. Fitzgerald,

assistant surgeon United States Army.
A bill for the sale of timber-lands in the Terri.

tories.
798 A bill for the relief of Charles L. Dabler......
799 A bill for the relief of Paul McCormick .......
800 LA bill for the relief of United States Marshal

William Wheeler.

A bill for the relief of William Flannery .......
802 A bill to regulate the cutting of timber on the

1 public lands of Wyoming Territory.
803 A bill to provide for the completion of the peni.

1 tentiary in Wyoming Territory,
804 A bill to transfer the care and custody of the

penitentiary in Wyoming Territory to said

Territory.
805 į A bill to repeal the third section of the act enti-

tled "An act to provide for the resumption of
specie payments."

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806 | A bill granting a pension to Mrs, Isabell Dunbar,

widow of Daniel Dundar, late first engineer

of the steamer Victor No. 2.
807 A bill for the relief of W.C. Spencer .........
808 A bill for the relief of the Engle and Phenix

Manufacturing Company, of Columbus, Geor- !

gia.
A bill to reorganize the judiciary of the District

of Columbia, and to expedite the administra.

tion of justice in said District.
A bill for the relief of John Jones, Randolph H.

Ramsey, and William G. Sauterman.
A bill to refund to the State of Georgia certain
money expended by said State for the common

defense in 1777.
A bill granting a pension to Robert A. McDonald.
A bill to provide for building a market-house on

square 446, in the city of Washington, D.C.
814 | A bill to place on the pension-roll the name of

Phillip Thorn.
A bill to place on the pension-roll the name of

Caroline Stief,
A bill to provide for a building for the use of the

port-office, circuit and district courts, and other
Government offices, at Topeka, Kansas, to be
erected on the grounds heretofore purchased

by the United States for such purpose.
A bill authorizing the appointment of stenogra-

phers by the judge-advocates of the several
military departinents.
A bill granting a pension to Sarah A. M. Chan-

berlain and minor children,
A bill for the relief of Joab Speneer and James

R. Mead, for supplies furnished the Kansas

tribe of Indians.
820 A bill to amend section 4709 of the Revised Stat.

utes of the United States.

A bill for the relief of William Carruthers ......
822
JA bill for the relief of the Norwich and New

York Transportation Company.
A bill for the relief of Jackson Lavenburg, late

postmaster at Unionville, Missouri.
A bill for the relief of Van B. Bowers, post-

master at Bucklin, Missouri.
825 A bill increasing the pension of John F. Ellis....
826 | A bill to repeal the bankrupt law .....
827 | A bill increasing the pension of Miles Barber....
828 | A bill granting a pension to Samuel Mercer and

Mary F. Mercer.
829 A bill to exempt from taxation savings-banks

and iostitutions having no capital stock.

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830 A bill granting a pension to Elizabeth Teagarden.
831 A bill relating to the equitable and legal rights

of parties in possession of certain lands, and
improvements thereon, in California, and to

provide jurisdiction to determine those rights.
832 A bill for the relief of Albert Towle, postmaster

at Beatrice, Nebraska,
A bill for the relief of Albert Towle, postmaster

at Beatrice, Nebraska.
A bill for the relief of C. H. Frederick, late &
lieutenant-colonel in the Ninth Missouri In-

fantry.
835 A bill granting & pension to Patrick McGinnig...
836 A bill re-establishing the Court of Commissioners

of Alabama Claims, and for the distribution
of the unappropriated moneys of the Geneva

award.
637 A bill grarting a pension to William R. Browne.
838 i A bill for the relief of Dr. John H. Long.....
839 A bill for the relief of Washington L. Parvin

and Henry A. Greene, late captains of Cali-

fornia volunteers.
840 A bill granting a pension to Hannab A. Richard-

son, late widow of Alanson Kitteridge, late &

private in the Fourth Vermont Volunteers.
841 A bill for the relief of John D. Cummings, of the

town of Barre, in the county of Washington

and State of Vermont.
842 A bill granting & pension to Ovid H. Clark, late

a private in Company F, Fifth Vermont Vol.

unteer Infantry.
843 A bill for the relief of William Lamb, late a pri-

vate of Company C, Eleventh Vermont Volun.

teers.
A bill granting a pension to Mary Martin,
mother by adoption of James R. Martin, late
a private in the Regiment Vermont Vol.

unteers.
845 A bill making an appropriation for the improve.

ment of Vergennes Basin and Otter Creek, in

the State of Vermont.
846 | A bill for the relief of Thomas C. Young, late

private of Company F, Thirty-ninth Iowa In.

fantry.

A bill for the relief of Susan Robb....
818 A bill for the relief of Francis B. McNamara, of

Coudersport, Potter County, Pennsylvania.
849 A bill for the relief of Abraham Alstead, late a

second lieutenant of Company A, of the Fifty.

fifth Regiment Pennsylvania Volunteers.
850 A bill for the relief of Daniel W. Perkins, of

East Saginaw, Michigan.
851 | A bill for the relief of the Mobile Marine Dock

Company.
852 A bill repealing the use of stamps on bank.

checks,
A bill for the relief of Nathaniel G. Smith, late

postmaster at Flemington, New Jersey.
A bill making an appropriation for inland-mail

transportation on star-routes.
855 1 A bill for the relief of J. M. Waide, of Denton

County, Texas.
A bill for the relief of Susanna Marble and i

others, heirs of Abel S. Lee.
857 A bill for the relief of Thomas J. Rhodes.
858

A bill for the relief of John Jackson .....
859 A bill for the relief of Henry C. Smith
860 A bill for the relief of Jerome McAlister ...
861 A bill for the relief of W.A. Westover...
862 | A bill for the relief of z. W. Rains...
863 A bill for the relief of A. V. Neeley.........

| A bill for the relief of John Lerney.....
865 A bill to provide for the erection of a public

I building in the town of Danville, Virginia.

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A bill to repeal so much of section 3251 of the

Revised Statutes and subsequent or existing
laws as imposes a revenue tax upon spirits dis-

tilled from apples, peaches, and other fruits.
867 A bill to authorize the Secretary of the Treas.

ury to pay to the owners thereof the value of
all cotton and tobacco seized under direction
of the Treasury, or any other department of

the government, since April 10, 1865.
868 A bill for the survey of Staunton River, from

Roanoke Station, in the county of Charlotte,
to Brook Neal, in the county of Campbell,

State of Virginia.
869 A bill for the survey of New River, from the

lead-mines in Wythe, to the mouth of Wilson,

Grayson County, Virginia.
870, A bill to amend the several acts in relation to: 111

the northern judicial district of the State of
Mississippi, and to provide for the times and
places of holding the district courts of the

United States therein in future.
871 A bill for the relief of the estate of George H.

Lee, late of Lowndes County, Mississippi, de-

ceased.
872 A bill appropriating $75,000 for repairs upon

the "Suy Carty Levee," along the Mississippi !

River, in the State of Illinois.
873 A bill for the relief of B. B. Taylor, of Murfrees.

borough, Tennessee.
A bill for tbe relief of Cummings, Doyle & Com.
pany, and Doyle & Company, of Nashville,

Tennessee.
A bill for the relief of A. H. Buchanan, of Nash-, 111

ville, Tennessee.
A bill for the relief of Martha A. Stevens, of 111

Davidson County, Tennessee.
A bill for the relief of D. W. and Minnie H. 111!
Glassie and Joseph C. Nash, of Nashville, Ten.

nessee,
A bill for the relief of James Scott and others, 111

loyal citizens of Tennessee.
A bill repealing the duty on grain-sacks and 111

bagging used for grain, cotton, and wool, and
all burlaps and gunny-cloth.
A bill to appropriate money to improve the navi. 111

gation of the Sacramento River,
A bill to appropriate money for the improvement

of the navigation of Feather River, California.
A bill for the pardon of certain deserters from 111

the United States Army in 1848.
1 A bill granting a pension to George Huston....
A bill to provide for the establishment of a branch
mint of the United States at the city of Kan-

sas, in the State of Missouri.
885 A bill making an appropriation for a military

road from Fort Boisé to Fort Lapwai, Idaho

Territory.
886 A bill making appropriations for the improve. ' 112

ment of Clearwater River, in Idaho Territory. '
887 A bill for the relief of L. F. Cartee ........
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A bill for the relief of James McGregor......... 112
889 A bill for the relief of Mrs. E. D. W. Hatch, of 112

Phelps County, Missouri.
A bill allowing a pension to Amos Whitehair
and to Eliza J. Whitehair, children of Emery
D. Whitehair, late a private of Company F,
Third Regiment of West Virginia Volunteer

Infantry.
891 | A bill granting & pension to Catharine Sheets. 112.

widow of Daniel Sheets, late captain of Com. !
pany C, Seventeenth Regiment of Ohio Vol.
unteer Infantry, and to her minor son, Willie

Sheets.
892 A bill granting a pension to Oscar B. Nott, late 112

& private of Company K. One hundred and
sixty-first Regiment Osio Volunteer Infantry.

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893 A bill to arrange the memberg of the class of

1870, graduates of the United States Naval
Academy, pow werving in the Navy as mas.

ters, on the masters' list.
894 | A bill for the relief of Henry M. Davis, legal

representative of the late Milton I. Davis, ser.
geant of the Ninth Regiment of Ohio Volun.

teer Cavalry.
895 A bill for the relief of Peter M. Ward, late of

Company E, Fourth West Virginia Volunteers.
A bill for the removal of the charge of desertion

from Private William D. L. Stanley, Com-

pany I, Ninety-second Ohio Volunteers.
A bill to provide lawful money and coin curren

for the United States.
A bill to aid the Washington, Cincinnati and

Saint Louis Railroad Company to construct a
narrow gauge railway from tide-water to the

cities of Saint Louis and Chicago.
899 A bill for the relief of Williain K. Verbeke, of

Harrisburg, Pennsylvania.
900 A bill granting a pension to the widow of E. J.

Russell, sergeant of Company A, First Mary.
i land Veteran Infantry.
901 A bill for the relief of John S. Luff ...
902 A bill making appropriations for the support of

the Army for the fiscal year ending June 30,

1878, and for other purposes.
903! A bill to fix the pay of letter-carriers, and to re-

peal section 3866 of the Revised Statutes of the

United States,
904 A bill to provide for the remonetization of silver, i

and for the coinage of the standard silver dollar
of the United States, and for making it a legal

tender in payment of debts.
905 A bill to authorize the free coinage of the stand.

ard silver dollar, and to restore its legal-tender

character.
906 A bill to establish a western judicial district of

Mississippi.
907 | A bill to promote the establishment of the metric

mystem of coinage in the gold coins of the

United States of America
A bill for the relief of George Quarrel, late a pri.

vate in Company H, Fourth New York Vol.

unteers.
909 A bill authorizing the coinage of the standard sil-

ver dollar, and restoring its legal.tender char.

acter.
910 A bill to authorize the Secretary of the Treasu.

ry to issue a register and change the name of
the schooner Captain Charles Robbins to Min.

nie.
91] A bill to amend the bankrupt law .....
912 A bill to make persone charged with crines and

offenses competent witnesses in the United

Statex courts.
913 A bill to authorize a change of date in the com.

mission of Chief Engineer David B. Macomb,

United States Navy.
914 | A bill for the relief of John Clark.
915 1 A bill for the relief of Charles H. Forristall, late

a private in Company F, Second Regiment

United States Sharpshooters.
916 | A bill for the relief of Isaiah Pickard...
917 A bill for the relief of Sidney P. Luther...
918 A bill for the relief of Olivia C. Reed, of Charles-

ton, Vermont.
919 A bill granting a pension to Lucian Scott, of

Johnson, Vermont.
920 A bill for the relief of John M. Goodhue ....
921 JA bill to authorize the Secretary of the Treasury

to purchase a lot of land for the use of the Gov.

ernment in Providence, Rhode Island.
A bill to amend section 5574, title 72, of the Re.

vised Statutes.

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