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Bills of the House of Representatives-Continued.
766 A bill to indemnify the State of West Virginia
for the destruction of a road, and bridges
States during the late war,
continue the improvement of the Great Ka-
Church, South, &t Charleston, Kanawha
continue the public works now in course of
the State of West Virginia.
Benjamin Moore, late of Harper's Ferry, Vir.
for the apportionment of Representatives to
to the ninth census."
1 lands in the Territory of Utah.
stitution and State government, and for the
an equal footing with the original States.
Territory of Utah.
improvements on lands now embraced in the
Territory of Utah.
uel Malin, of the Territory of Utah.
A bill for the relief of Angon Call....
of the Northern Pacific Railroad to the Seattle
and Walla Walla Railroad Company.
roy, of Washington Territory.
zona, Idaho, and Wyoming for university pur-
the surveys are fraudulent, erroneous, or ob-
literated and to legalize certain reserveys.
a law-library for the Territory of Dakota.
constitution and State government, and for
on an equal footing with the original States.
Hills, in the Territory of Dakota.
to provide a temporary government therefor.
assembly of the Territory of Arizona, and pro.
| A bill to provide for the construction and repairs
of military roads in the Territory of Arizona
tory of New Mexico and annexing it to the
Territory of Arizona.
assistant surgeon United States Army.
A bill for the relief of William Flannery .......
1 public lands of Wyoming Territory.
1 tentiary in Wyoming Territory,
penitentiary in Wyoming Territory to said
tled "An act to provide for the resumption of
806 | A bill granting a pension to Mrs, Isabell Dunbar,
widow of Daniel Dundar, late first engineer
of the steamer Victor No. 2.
Manufacturing Company, of Columbus, Geor- !
of Columbia, and to expedite the administra.
tion of justice in said District.
Ramsey, and William G. Sauterman.
defense in 1777.
square 446, in the city of Washington, D.C.
port-office, circuit and district courts, and other
by the United States for such purpose.
phers by the judge-advocates of the several
berlain and minor children,
R. Mead, for supplies furnished the Kansas
tribe of Indians.
utes of the United States.
A bill for the relief of William Carruthers ......
York Transportation Company.
postmaster at Unionville, Missouri.
master at Bucklin, Missouri.
Mary F. Mercer.
and iostitutions having no capital stock.
Bills of the House of Representatives--Continued.
830 A bill granting a pension to Elizabeth Teagarden.
of parties in possession of certain lands, and
provide jurisdiction to determine those rights.
at Beatrice, Nebraska,
at Beatrice, Nebraska.
of Alabama Claims, and for the distribution
and Henry A. Greene, late captains of Cali-
son, late widow of Alanson Kitteridge, late &
private in the Fourth Vermont Volunteers.
town of Barre, in the county of Washington
and State of Vermont.
a private in Company F, Fifth Vermont Vol.
vate of Company C, Eleventh Vermont Volun.
ment of Vergennes Basin and Otter Creek, in
the State of Vermont.
private of Company F, Thirty-ninth Iowa In.
A bill for the relief of Susan Robb....
Coudersport, Potter County, Pennsylvania.
second lieutenant of Company A, of the Fifty.
fifth Regiment Pennsylvania Volunteers.
East Saginaw, Michigan.
postmaster at Flemington, New Jersey.
transportation on star-routes.
others, heirs of Abel S. Lee.
A bill for the relief of John Jackson .....
| A bill for the relief of John Lerney.....
I building in the town of Danville, Virginia.
bill formation on star-ront..." for inland-mail
A bill to repeal so much of section 3251 of the
Revised Statutes and subsequent or existing
tilled from apples, peaches, and other fruits.
ury to pay to the owners thereof the value of
the government, since April 10, 1865.
Roanoke Station, in the county of Charlotte,
State of Virginia.
lead-mines in Wythe, to the mouth of Wilson,
Grayson County, Virginia.
the northern judicial district of the State of
United States therein in future.
Lee, late of Lowndes County, Mississippi, de-
the "Suy Carty Levee," along the Mississippi !
River, in the State of Illinois.
Davidson County, Tennessee.
loyal citizens of Tennessee.
bagging used for grain, cotton, and wool, and
gation of the Sacramento River,
of the navigation of Feather River, California.
the United States Army in 1848.
sas, in the State of Missouri.
road from Fort Boisé to Fort Lapwai, Idaho
ment of Clearwater River, in Idaho Territory. '
A bill for the relief of James McGregor......... 112
Phelps County, Missouri.
widow of Daniel Sheets, late captain of Com. !
& private of Company K. One hundred and
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893 A bill to arrange the memberg of the class of
1870, graduates of the United States Naval
ters, on the masters' list.
representative of the late Milton I. Davis, ser.
Company E, Fourth West Virginia Volunteers.
from Private William D. L. Stanley, Com-
pany I, Ninety-second Ohio Volunteers.
for the United States.
Saint Louis Railroad Company to construct a
cities of Saint Louis and Chicago.
Russell, sergeant of Company A, First Mary.
the Army for the fiscal year ending June 30,
1878, and for other purposes.
peal section 3866 of the Revised Statutes of the
and for the coinage of the standard silver dollar
tender in payment of debts.
ard silver dollar, and to restore its legal-tender
mystem of coinage in the gold coins of the
United States of America
vate in Company H, Fourth New York Vol.
ver dollar, and restoring its legal.tender char.
ry to issue a register and change the name of
offenses competent witnesses in the United
mission of Chief Engineer David B. Macomb,
United States Navy.
a private in Company F, Second Regiment
United States Sharpshooters.
to purchase a lot of land for the use of the Gov.
ernment in Providence, Rhode Island.
A hnited States bage in the