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A bill supplementary to the act entitled "An act' 134

to carry into effect the convention between the
United States and China concluded on the 8th
day of November, 1858, at Shanghai," ap.
proved March 3, 1859, and to give the Court of

Claims jurisdiction in certain cases.
924 A bill to incorporate the Citizens' Gas-Light

Company of Washington, D. C.
925 A bill for the relief of Charles G. Summers, late! 134

second lieutenant in the Seventy-first Regi- |

ment New York Volunteers.
926 A bill to provide for the improvement of Flush |

ing Bay and Harbor, at Flushing, New York.
927 A bill for the relief of James W. Glover, post-

master at Oxford, in the State of New York.
928 A bill for the relief of the heirs of Daniel McCarron.
929 A bill to relieve certain ships and vessels from

compulsory pilotage.
930 A bill for the relief of Rachel A. Davis, widow 13

of William E. Davis, of Newark, New Jersey.
A bill for the relief of Horace B. Gardner, of 134

Newark, New Jersey.
A bill authorizing directors of national banks to 134

declare quarterly dividends.
A bill to provide that all pensions on account of 13
death, wounds received, or disease contracted
in the service of the United States since March
4, 1861, which have been granted, or which
shall hereafter be granted on applications filed
previous to January 1, 1880, shall commence
from the date of death or discharge from the
service of the United States, and for the pay-

ment of the arrears of pensions.
934 A bill for the relief of the heirs of Brigadier-

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General William Thompson, of the Revolu.

tionary Army.
935 | A bill to amend certain provisions of the Re-

vised Statutes of the United States relating to
the deposit of moneys paid into the courts of

the United States.
936 A bill granting & pension to John Nichtman.....

A bill granting a pension to Martha J. Porter,
widow of William M. Porter, late & captain in
the One hundred and thirtieth Regiment Penn.
gylvania Volunteer Infantry.
A bill relating to certain brevet appointments...! 135
A bill for the relief of Thomas A. McLaughlin... 135
A bill to provide for the recomputation of the ac. 135
counts between the United States and the sey.
eral States growing out of moneys expended

by said States in the war of 1812.
941 A bill granting a pension to George Grove ...... 135
942 A bill to authorize the Secretary of War to con. 135

struct a bridge across the Potomac River at or

near the Three Sisters Islands.
943 A bill for the relief of the trustees of the Protest-

ant Episcopal Seminary and High School in

Virginia.
914' A bill for the survey of Dan River, between 135

Clarksville, Virginia, and Drobury, in the
1 State of North Carolina, and appropriating

I $10,000 therefor.
915 \ A bill to refund to John R. Pace & Co., of Dan.

ville, Virginia, the sum of $236.20, improperly
collected of them by William L. Fernald, col.
lector of internal revenue for the fourth dis.

trict of Virginia.
946 A bill to reduce the tax upon manufactured to.

bacco, and to regulate the tax upon dealers in,

and producers of, leaf tobacco.
947 A bill for the relief of the heirs of Williain A.

Graham.
98 A bill for the improvement of Powell's and

Clinch Rivers.
949' A bill for the improvement of the Louisa Fork

of Sandy from Piketon, Kentucky, to the
mouth of Dismal in Virginia.

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A bill to amend and re-enact section 4884, chap.

ter 1, title 60, Revised Statates of the United

States.
951 A bill to provide for the settlement of accounts

with certain railway companies.

A bill for the relief of J. C. Clendennin
953 A bill for the relief of R. L. McConnaughey...
954 | A bill for the relief of A. B. and J.J. Welch...

A bill for the relief of Alexander Cooper and

others.
A bill to reimburse the trustees of Judson Fe-

male College, Hendersonville, North Carolina.
| A bill for the relief of James O. Robertson, esq.
| A bill to provide for continuing the improvement

of the French Broad River in North Carolina.
| A bill to transfer the office of Indian Affairs

from the Interior to the War Department,
| A bill for the relief of William H. Thompson,

late collector of internal revenue for the fifth

district of North Carolina.
961 A bill for the relief of B. S. James for services

rendered in transporting the mails over route

5610 during the years 1869 and 1870.
962 A bill to amend section 552 of the Revised Stat.

utes of the United States, and to provide for
the appointment of a judge of the district

court for the southern district of Georgia.
963 A bill to grant & pension to Wesley Jones, of

Pickens County, Georgia.
964 | A bill making an appropriation for continuing

the improvement of the Chattahoochee River

in the State of Georgia.
965 A bill for the relief of the trustees of the Catho.

lic church at Dalton, Georgia.
966 A bill for the relief of the executor or adminis-

trator of the estate of Nehemiah Garrison, as.

siguee of Moses Perking.
967 A bill for the relief of William Hedgpeth, of

Paulding County, Georgia.
A bill for the relief of J. E. Parrott, of Gordon

County, Georgia.
969 A bill for the relief of Balaam A. Bridges, of

Bartow County, Georgia.
970 A bill for the relief of Fleming Jordan, of Mays-

ville, Alabama
A bill to appropriate $800,000 to continue the
work on the Muscle Shoals Canal, on the Ten-

nessee River, in the State of Alabama.
972! A bill for the relief of settlers on lands claimed

by the South and North Alabama Railroad

Company.
973 A bill to refer the claims of certain citizens of the

counties of Jefferson, Walker, and Winston, of
the State of Alabama, therein named, to the
Commissioners of Claims, for re-examination
and report.
A bill to appropriate the cotton tax to school

purposes in the States in which it was col-

Jected.
975 A bill to appropriate government lands in the

State of Alabama to the public schools in said

State.
976 A bill making an appropriation for the improve

ment of the Warrior and Tombigbee Rivers in

Alabama.
A bill to relieve the political disabilities of John

Green, gr., of Alabama.
978 A bill to provide for the erection, at Montgomery,

Alabama, of a post-oftice, United States court.

room, land-office, and other offices.
A bill to authorize the election of a Delegate to

Congress from the Indian Territory.
980 A bill for the relief of the Choctaw Nation of

Indians.

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981 A bill defining the manner in which certain land

scrip may be assigned and located or applied
by actual settlers, and providing for the issue
of patents in the name of the locator or his

legal representative.
982 A bill for the relief of G. Alexander Ramsay....
983 | A bill to reappropriate the unexpended balance

of the appropriation for transportation on star.
routes, and by steamboats, and all other than
railroads, appropriated under an act making
appropriations for the service of the Post-
Office Department, approved July 12, 1876.

A bill to remove the obstructions in Red River...
985 A bill for the removal of obstructions to the

navigation of Red River.
A bill granting a pension to Felix Danjean, of

Louisiana,
A bill inaking an appropriation for removal of
obstructions to navigation in the Calcasieu

River in the State of Louisiana.
988 A bill to create a lien in favor of material-men

and others for supplies, materials, and repairs
furnished to a vessel in her home port, and to
make the laws on that subject uniform through.

out the United States.
989 A bill granting a pension to Mrs. Eliza A. Semple.
990 | A bill granting & pension to August Mellon......1
991 A bill granting & pension to William Buckley,

private Company C, Fiftieth Ohio Volunteers,
992 A bill equalizing pensions of certain officers....

A bill for the relief of the Enterprise Insurance

Company of Cincinnati, Ohio.
994 A bill for the relief of Thomas H. Foulds, late

postmaster at Cincinnati, Ohio.
995 A bill for the relief of Charles E. Pierson.......
996 Į A bill for the relief of A. G. Collins.....

A bill for the relief of Mary Ann Stonefield,

widow of Benjamin Stonefield.
998 A bill to provide for taking testimony in criminal

cases on interrogatories.
999 A bill relating to the execution of custom-house

bonds.
1000 A bill to secure homesteads to actual settlers on

the public lands.
1001 A bill for the relief of Lieutenant Henry Z. Ea i

ton.
1002 A bill for the relief of John Katon.......
1003 A bill for the relief of Benjamin D. Lakin, of

Point Pleasant, Clermont County, Ohio.
1004 A bill granting & pension to Rosetta L. McKay..
1005 A bill granting a pension to Carl Brutchie, of

the Regiment - Volunteers.
1006 A bill granting a pension to Michael L. Kennedy
1007 A bill granting & pension to Alexander Kincaid,

Company B, Sixty-fifth New York Volunteers.
1008 A bill relating to the Cumberland road in the

State of Ohio, and to authorize the same to be.

come a free road.
1009

A bill providing for levying and collecting a !

duty upon barley hereafter imported into the

United States.
1010 | A bill granting a pension to Patrick Glackin ...
1011 | A bill for the relief of the widow of Colonel Ly-

man M. Kellogg.
1012 A bill granting & pension to Elizabeth Hall......
1013

A bill for the relief of Andrew B. Battelle and

George D. Evans.
1014 | A bill for the relief of James M. Seeds .....
1015 | A bill for the relief of William G. Halpine for

losses sustained while serving in the United

States Army in 1862 and 1863.
1016 ! A bill granting a pension to Mary Kenneally....
1917 A bill to amend an act entitled "An act to

amend section 3394 of the Revised Statutes, in
relation to the tax on cigars."

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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.
1019 A bill to fix the rank and pay and promote the

efficiency of hospital-stewards of the Army.
1020 A bill to repeal the bankrupt law........
1021

A bill for the relief of James C. Rush, late chap-

lain of the Ninth Regiment kentucky Volun

teers.
1022 A bill for the benefit of Nathan G. Wells, of

Russell County, Kentucky.
1023 A bill for the benefit of William D. Wolford, of

Russell County, Kentucky
1024 A bill for the benefit of the Hon. John D. Young,

of Bath County, Kentucky.
1025 A bill for the relief of those suffering from the

destruction of the salt-works near Manchester,
Kentucky, pursuant to the orders of Major

General Carlos Buell.
1026 A bill to provide for & survey of the falls of the

Cumberland River in Whitley County, Ken.

tucky.
1027 A bill directing a survey of the Kentucky, Big

Sandy, and Licking Rivers,
1028 A bill for the benefit of Captain Lewis Sowards,

of Pike County, Kentucky.
1029 A bill for the relief of John Armstrong, jr., of

the county of Kenton, in the State of Ken-

tucky.
1030 A bill for the relief of certain citizens of Cyn.

thiana, Kentucky, whose property was de-

stroyed by fire on the 11th day of June, 1864.
1031 A bill to promote the education of the blind...
1032 A bill for the relief of Willian Phillips, of Nash

ville, Tennessee.
1033 A bill for the relief of Saint Cecelia's Academy,

at Nashville, Tennessee.
1034 A bill for the relief of William H. Fuqua, of

Tennessee.
1035 A bill for the relief of the estate of Thomas

Hord, deceased, of Tennessee.
1036 A bill for the relief of Shelby Medical College,

of Nashville, Tennessee.
1037 A bill for the relief of Andrew J. Dunean .......
1038 A bill to cede to the city of Memphis, in the

State of Tennessee, a certain lot of land situ-

ated in said city.
1039 A bill to provide for reclaiming and protecting

from overflow the alluvial lands of the Missis-

sippi Valley.
1040 A bill to secure reciprocal rights of seizure un

der process of courts of the United States and

of the several States.
1041 A bill to direct the transmission of printed matter

through the nails when the portage thereon

is insufficient.
1042 A bill granting a pension to James Pennycough,

of Fentress County, Tennessee, late of the

Second Indiana Mounted Infantry.
1043 A bill granting a pension to William H. Walker,

of Fentregs County, Tennessee, late of Com-
pany C, First Regiment Kentucky Volunteer

Cavalry.
1044 A bill granting a pension to A.M.Tingley, of Trous-

dale County, Tennessee, late of the First Ten-

nessee Regiment Volunteers in the Mexican war.
1045 A bill to place George W. Browning on the pen.

sion-roll,
1046A bill to grant a pension to George W. Ellison ..
1047 A bill for the relief of United States mail-agents

before the war.
1048 A bill to provide for holding terms of the district

and circuit courts of the United States at Jack-

Bon, Tennessee.
1049 A bill to refund H. Johnson and certain other

citizens of Tennessee taxes illegally collected
froin them.

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1050 | A bill for the relief of John G. Randolph
1051 A bill for the protection of settlers on the public

lands of the United States.
1052 A bill granting a pension to Enoch L. Folsom....
1053 A bill granting a pension to Charles G. Galacio, 141

late a lieutenant in the Thirty-fifth Indiana In.

fantry.
1054 A bill granting a pension to Jefferson Kinder....
1055 | A bill granting & Pension to Samuel B. Robert.

son.
1056 A bill granting a pension to Samuel W. Overman.
1057 A bill restoring to the pension-roll Emmett

Langston.
1058 A bill to amend the Revised Statutes relating to

pensions.
1059 A bill in relation to the Venezuelan Mixed Com.

mission.
1060 A bill for the relief of John Spicer, of Ottawa,

Mlinois.
1061 | A bill to amend section 3244 of the Revised Stat.

utes relating to the sale of leaf-tobacco by

farmers and planters,
1062 A bill to authorize the coinage of goloid dollars,' 141

and fractions thereof, of full equal standard

value of gold and silver.
1063 A bill to amend section 4736 and section 4738 of 141

the Revised Statutes, granting pensions to the
surviving officers and soldiers of the war of
1812, and to the surviving widows of deceased

officers and soldiers of said war.
1064 A bill granting certain swamp-lands to the

county of Randolph, State of Illinois.
1065 A bill to divide the State of Illinois into three

judicial districts, and to provide for holding

courts therein.
1066 A bill granting relief to E. and W. Buder, of 141

Cairo, Illinois.
1067 | A bill for the relief of Colonel James S. Rear-

den, of Illinois.
1068 A bill for the relief of James H. Linn, late act-

ing first assistant engineer in charge of the

Mississippi squadron, United States Navy.
1069 A bill granting an increase of pension to Silas

Taggart, of Randolph County, Illinois.
1070 A bill granting & pension to William Franke.

berger.
1071 | A bill to amend the third section of the act en.

titled "An act in relation to courts and judi.
cial officers of the Territory of Utah,' ap-

proved June 23, 1874.
1072 A bill granting a pension to Edward Adams ...,
1073 | A bill to amend title 37 of the Revised Statutes,

and to provide for free coinage of silver and

restore its legal-tender quality.
1074 A bill to authorize the construction of a bridge

across the Missouri River at or near Glasgow,

Missouri.
1075 A bill authorizing growers of fruit to manufac.

ture the same into brandy under certain limita-

tions.
A bill to repair and rebuild the levees of the

Mississippi River and to reclaim the alluvial
lande thereof, to improve its navigation, and

promote and protect its commerce.
1077 Abiil to relieve the legal disabilities of women..
1078

A bill for the relief of Michael C. Henderson..
1079 A bill for the relief of Elizabeth Painter, widow

of John Painter.
1080 A bill to provide for holding terms of the district

and circuit courts of the United States at Car.

thage, Missouri.
1081 | A bill to repeal all bankrupt laws now in force,

and for other purposes.
1082 A bill for the national education of women......
303 A bill for the relief of Eugene Leitersdorfer..... 142

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