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A Newark Ne relief of
A bill supplementary to the act entitled "An act' 134
to carry into effect the convention between the
Claims jurisdiction in certain cases.
Company of Washington, D. C.
second lieutenant in the Seventy-first Regi- |
ment New York Volunteers.
ing Bay and Harbor, at Flushing, New York.
master at Oxford, in the State of New York.
of William E. Davis, of Newark, New Jersey.
Newark, New Jersey.
declare quarterly dividends.
ment of the arrears of pensions.
vised Statutes of the United States relating to
the United States.
A bill granting a pension to Martha J. Porter,
by said States in the war of 1812.
struct a bridge across the Potomac River at or
near the Three Sisters Islands.
ant Episcopal Seminary and High School in
Clarksville, Virginia, and Drobury, in the
I $10,000 therefor.
ville, Virginia, the sum of $236.20, improperly
trict of Virginia.
bacco, and to regulate the tax upon dealers in,
and producers of, leaf tobacco.
of Sandy from Piketon, Kentucky, to the
A bill and States in the out of mor
Bills of the House of Representatives—Continued.
A bill to amend and re-enact section 4884, chap.
ter 1, title 60, Revised Statates of the United
with certain railway companies.
A bill for the relief of J. C. Clendennin
A bill for the relief of Alexander Cooper and
male College, Hendersonville, North Carolina.
of the French Broad River in North Carolina.
from the Interior to the War Department,
late collector of internal revenue for the fifth
district of North Carolina.
rendered in transporting the mails over route
5610 during the years 1869 and 1870.
utes of the United States, and to provide for
court for the southern district of Georgia.
Pickens County, Georgia.
the improvement of the Chattahoochee River
in the State of Georgia.
lic church at Dalton, Georgia.
trator of the estate of Nehemiah Garrison, as.
siguee of Moses Perking.
Paulding County, Georgia.
Bartow County, Georgia.
nessee River, in the State of Alabama.
by the South and North Alabama Railroad
counties of Jefferson, Walker, and Winston, of
purposes in the States in which it was col-
State of Alabama to the public schools in said
ment of the Warrior and Tombigbee Rivers in
Green, gr., of Alabama.
Alabama, of a post-oftice, United States court.
room, land-office, and other offices.
Congress from the Indian Territory.
981 A bill defining the manner in which certain land
scrip may be assigned and located or applied
of the appropriation for transportation on star.
A bill to remove the obstructions in Red River...
navigation of Red River.
River in the State of Louisiana.
and others for supplies, materials, and repairs
out the United States.
private Company C, Fiftieth Ohio Volunteers,
A bill for the relief of the Enterprise Insurance
Company of Cincinnati, Ohio.
postmaster at Cincinnati, Ohio.
A bill for the relief of Mary Ann Stonefield,
widow of Benjamin Stonefield.
cases on interrogatories.
the public lands.
Point Pleasant, Clermont County, Ohio.
the Regiment - Volunteers.
Company B, Sixty-fifth New York Volunteers.
State of Ohio, and to authorize the same to be.
come a free road.
A bill providing for levying and collecting a !
duty upon barley hereafter imported into the
man M. Kellogg.
A bill for the relief of Andrew B. Battelle and
George D. Evans.
losses sustained while serving in the United
States Army in 1862 and 1863.
amend section 3394 of the Revised Statutes, in
Bills of the House of Representatives—Continued.
1018 A bill to remove all restrictions now existing in
regard to enlistments of the colored citizens in
any arm of the United States Army.
efficiency of hospital-stewards of the Army.
A bill for the relief of James C. Rush, late chap-
lain of the Ninth Regiment kentucky Volun
Russell County, Kentucky.
Russell County, Kentucky
of Bath County, Kentucky.
destruction of the salt-works near Manchester,
General Carlos Buell.
Cumberland River in Whitley County, Ken.
Sandy, and Licking Rivers,
of Pike County, Kentucky.
the county of Kenton, in the State of Ken-
thiana, Kentucky, whose property was de-
stroyed by fire on the 11th day of June, 1864.
at Nashville, Tennessee.
Hord, deceased, of Tennessee.
of Nashville, Tennessee.
State of Tennessee, a certain lot of land situ-
ated in said city.
from overflow the alluvial lands of the Missis-
der process of courts of the United States and
of the several States.
through the nails when the portage thereon
of Fentress County, Tennessee, late of the
Second Indiana Mounted Infantry.
of Fentregs County, Tennessee, late of Com-
dale County, Tennessee, late of the First Ten-
nessee Regiment Volunteers in the Mexican war.
before the war.
and circuit courts of the United States at Jack-
citizens of Tennessee taxes illegally collected
1050 | A bill for the relief of John G. Randolph
lands of the United States.
late a lieutenant in the Thirty-fifth Indiana In.
utes relating to the sale of leaf-tobacco by
farmers and planters,
and fractions thereof, of full equal standard
value of gold and silver.
the Revised Statutes, granting pensions to the
officers and soldiers of said war.
county of Randolph, State of Illinois.
judicial districts, and to provide for holding
den, of Illinois.
ing first assistant engineer in charge of the
Mississippi squadron, United States Navy.
Taggart, of Randolph County, Illinois.
titled "An act in relation to courts and judi.
proved June 23, 1874.
and to provide for free coinage of silver and
restore its legal-tender quality.
across the Missouri River at or near Glasgow,
ture the same into brandy under certain limita-
Mississippi River and to reclaim the alluvial
promote and protect its commerce.
A bill for the relief of Michael C. Henderson..
of John Painter.
and circuit courts of the United States at Car.
and for other purposes.