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Bills of the House of Representatives— Continued.

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A bill for the relief of Amelia Ann Whitaker

A bill for the relief uf Philemon B. Hawkins

A bill granting a pension to Elizabeth Totten,
widow of Commodore Benjamin J. Totten.

A bill making an appropriation for the erection
of a public building, and the purchase of u site
therefor, at Erie, Pennsylvania.

A bill for the relief of Frank A. Page

A bill for the relief of Captain William L. Foulk.

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Bills of the House of Representatives—Continued.

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A bill in relation to docketing judgments recov-
ered in the court* of the United State* to make
them a Han on real eHtate.

A bill for the relief of Pha-be Meech

A bill for the relief of Alexander Anderson, late
first lieutenant Fourteenth New York Volun-
teer Cnvalry.

A bill to promote efficiency in the marine-hospi-
tal nervine.

A bill for the relief of the captors of the ram Al-
bemarle.

A bill for the relief of Franklin D. Pearson

A bill for the relief of Horace Jarboe

A bill granting ;i pension to Margaret Kenah

A bill for the relief of William L. W. Seabrook,
late commissioner of the land-office of the State
of Maryland.

A bill for the relief of Barbara Chenowith

A bill for the relief of Francis O. Wyse, late
lieutenant-colonel of the Fourth Regiment of
United States Artillery.

A bill for the relief of Francis I. Wbeeler

A bill for the relief of Thomas Poultney

A bill to Improve the harbor of Vicksburg

A bill to create the northern judicial district of
the State of Texas and to change the eastern
and western judicial districts of said State and
to fix the time and placeii of holding courts in
said d'gtricta.

A bill to authorize and provide for the payment
of all debts contracted by the government in
certain States therein named, since the close of
the war.

A bill authorizing the Secretary of the Treasury
to pay to the owners the value of all cotton
seized by officers of the Treasury since May
30, 18*15.

A bill fur the relief of E. S. C. Robertson, of Bell
County, Texas.

A bill for the relief of Henry Atkins and William
H. Sboudy.

A bill for the relief of John G. Parker for carry-
ing United States mnils iu Washington Terri-
tory.

A bill enabling the Baptist Association of Puget
Sound and Hritisb Columbia, and any other
like association of any denomination in the
same locality, to navigate a vessel for mission-
ary purposes.

A bill to restore to the public domain certain
lands withdrawn in favor of the Northern Pa-
cific Railroad in Washington Territory.

A bill for the relief of the Ffteenthand Sixteenth
Missouri Cavalry Volunteers.

A bill tor the relief of William J. Allcock

A bill for the relief of R D. Salmons and others

A bill for the relief of Elizabeth Mememeyer, of
Saint Louis, Missouri, administratrix of Anton
Mememeyer, deceased.

A bill for the relief of John Mooney, of Saint
Lotiis, Missouri.

A bill for the relief of James Lindsay, of Mis-
souri.

A bill to provide for the organization of the Ter-
ritory of Oklahoma.

A bill for the relief of Martin Binney, captiin of
Company B. Twenty-eighth Regiment Massa-
chusetts Volunteers.

A bill to grant a pension to Sally Allen Dorou-
ing, widow of Samuel P. Doroning, a soldier of
the war of lgia.

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A bill for the relief of the Baptist church at Ra-
leigh Court-House, in Raleigh County, West
Virginia.

A bill for the relief of Kiah Sinoot, of Boone
County, West Virginia.

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A bill for the relief of Mrs. Jane T. Hawkins, of
Fayette County, Went Virginia.

A bill to exempt steam-plow machinery from
payment of ditty.

A biil to correct an Army officer'* record

A bill to Increase ftud regulate fast-mail service
between Washington City, District of Colum-
bia, and the following-named cities: Rich-
mond, Virginia; Raleigh and Charlotte. North
Carolina; Charleston, South Carolina; At-
lanta, Georgia; Mobile, Alabama; Memphis,
Tennessee : Little Rock, Arkansas; New Or-
leans. Louisiana; Gatvastou, Texas; and
other points south.

A bill to provide for the re-establishment of a
branch mint of the United States at the city of
Charlotte, North Carolina.

A bill granting a pension to John D. Street,
Third North Carolina Mounted Infantry.

A bill placing the name of F. B. Carland. Third
North Caroliua Mounted Infautry, on the pen-
lion<roll.

A bill for the relief of M. L. Brittain and others

A bill for the relief of I. C. Camp, of North Car-
olina.

A bill placing the name of Joseph Ward, Third
North Carolina Mounted Infautry, on the pen-
sion-rolls.

A bill to pay Robert C. W. Hughey, of North
Carolina, arrears of pensions.

A bill to amend the statutes in relation to pat-
ents, and for other purposes.

A bill to create postal savings-banks, and for in-
vesting the surplus deposits in the some in se-
curities of the United States.

A hill for the relief of S. T. Marshall, of Lee
County. Iowa.

A bill for the relief of Thaddem S. Stewart

A bill granting a pension to William Blancett,
of Patrick County, Virginia, a soldier of the
war of 1812.

A bill granting a pension to Philip Howerton, of
Heltfex County, Virginia, a soldier of the war
of 1812.

A bill restoring to the pension-rolls the name of
Edward Booker, of the county of Henry, State
of Virginia, a soldier of the war of 1812, whose
name was dropped from the rolls under the
act of February 4, 1862.

A bill granting a pension to Susan Hnmes

A bill for the relief of Captain F. Blessing, late
captain Company E, Seventy-fourth Pennsyl-
vania Volunteers.

A bill to appropriate money for the snrvey of
public lands and for salaries of employes in
the office of the United States surveyor-gen-
ernl of California.

A bill to admit free of duty steam-plow ma-
chinery adapted to the cultivation of the soil.

A bill relating to officers of the Army detailed
for stsff duty.

A bill to extend the provisions of existing laws
relating to soldiers and sailors of the war of
1812.

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A bill granting a pension to Abram V. Miller,
lute a lieutennnt in Company E, of the One
hundred and eighty-fourth Regiment of Penn-
sylvania Volunteers.

A bill f->r the relief of George W. Brower

A bill grunting a pension to Jacob M. Groce,
late a sergeant of Company D, Sixth Regi-
ment Pennsylvania Heavy Artillery.

A bill for the relief of Moses Lacy

A bill for the relief of certain citizens of Lynch-
burg. Virginia, and refunding to them taxes
improperly collected from them on manufac-
tured tobacco.

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A bill in relation to the soldier*, sailors, marines,
and officers of the late Uniou Army whose
combined terms of service amount to five
years and upward, and amending section 23<>5
of the Revised Statute*.

A bill to validate and confirm certnin acknowl-
edgments of deeds and other instruments of
writing, tinder seal made in a foreign country,
for lauds lying in the District of Columbia,
and the record* thereof.

A bill regulating uttaehments for debt in the
District of Columbia.

A bill for the. relief of Henry M. Hannon

A bill for the telle* of Folkes and Winston and
others, citizen* of Lynchburg, Virginia.

A bill for i'ie relief of Edwin De Leon, late
United State* consul-general in Egypt.

A bill for the relief of Patrick J. Condon, late
captain Company G, Sixty-third Regiment
New York Volunteer Infantry, granting back

pension.

A hill to restore Harvey P. Buckner to the pen-
sion-rolls.

A bill for the relief of William M. Moore, Third
North Carolina Mounted Infantry.

A hill for the improvement of the Neuse River,
in North Carolina.

A bill for the relief of Saint Michael's Church,
Charleston, S. C.

A bill the better to promote the navigation and
shipping interests of the United States.

A bill for the relief of Samuel 1. Gustiue -

A bill for the relief of James A. Stewart, of Ful-
ton County, Georgia.

A bill for tbe relief of James H. Rogers, of
Georgia.

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A bill to refer the* claims of John H. Stutts and
Russell M. Kibbourne, citizen* of Luuderdale
County, State of Alabama, to the Commis-
sioners of .Southern Claims for re-examination
and report.

A bill to remove tlie political dieabilltles of Ed-
win Dc Leou, late of Charleston. S C.

A bill to remove the political dinabilities of Bev-
erly H. Robertson, of the State of Virginia.

A bill for the relief of Ann M. Meehon, of Vicks-
burg. Miss.

A bill for the relief of Allen E. Anderson, of
Claiborne County, Mississippi.

A bill to refund the cottou tax, and designating
the mode of refunding the same,

A bill to confirm certain Kio Hondo claims unto
Pedro Floros, Elizabeth Latitte, Maria Cor-
dova, Louis Lafitte, Antolne Dubois, and Vital
F lores.

A bill for the relief of Mm. Sarah B.Franklin....

A bill for the relief of John W. Skiles

A bill granting a pension to Albert Brinkmann,
late a private in Company G, Second Regi-
ment Ohio Volunteer Heavy Artillery.

A bill to amend section 3 of an act entitled "Au
act making appropriations for the support of
the Army for the fiscal year ending June 30,
1876, and for other purposes."

A bill granting a penwiou to Henry B. Spooner.
late a member of Company C, One hundred
and twenty-fourth Regiment Ohio Volunteers.

A bill to repeal certain provisions of chapter 3,
title 35, of the Revised Statu tea.

A bill to establish a branch of the Mint of the
United States at Cincinnati. Ohio.

A bill for the relief of Catharine and Sophia
Germain.

A bill for the relief of John M. Elder

A bill to amend article 3, section MM, chapter
3. of the Revised Statutes, title 35, internal
revenue.

A bill to amend section 1 of an act approved
March 3, lt?73, entit ed "An art to further pro-
tect the sinking-fund and provide for the ex-
penses of the Government."

A bill to restore to the pension-roll the names of
all soldiers (stricken therefrom for disloyalty,
and to repeal section 4716 of the Revised Stat-
utes of the United State?.

A bill to repeal the joint resolution prohibiting
payment by any officer of the Government to
any person not known to have been opposed
to the rebellion and in favor of its suppres-
sion.

A bill for the relief of John Looper, of Fentress
County, Tennessee, late ot Company D, Sec-
ond Regiment Tennessee Volunteers.

A bill for the relief of Mrs. F. A. Lee, of Madi-
son County, Tennessee.

A bill for the reliif of Miles M. Hammond, of
Jackson, Tennessee.

A bill to restore the name of Hamilton Ryne to
th*> pension-rolls.

A bill to provide for the payment of salaries of
employee In the Doorkeeper's department.

A bill for the relief of Mrs. Anna M. Cogswell.
of Memphis, Tennessee.

A bill for the relief of David H. Hildebrand. of
Shelby County, Tennessee.

A bill for the relief of Martha A. Jones, of Fay-
ette County, Tennessee

A bill for the relief of William B. Hamlin, of
Memphis, Tennessee.

A bill for Ihe relief of A. F. Bonner, administra-
tor of the estate of M. A. Bonner deceased, of
Shelby County, Tennessee.

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