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Holdredge, Lydia Ann, widow of Joseph Holdredge.
Holgate, Samuel, administrator of ...

See H. R. C. C. 42.
Holker, Nancy D., administratrix of John Holker....
Holloway, George, ...
Holmes & Pedrick.......

See H. R. 423.
Hooker, Herman, et al., representatives of James Hooker
Hooker, James, representatives of....
Hooper, Mary Ann, (see H. R. C. C. 76) ........
Hooper, William H. .....

See H. Res. 23.
Hooper & Williams ...

See H. R. 720.
Hooten, James

See H. R. 352.
Hope, Thomas M..
Hopkins, David, administrator of..
Hopper, Elizabeth, widow of....
Hopper, John, heirs of........

See H. R. 555.
Hopper, John A., heirs of........

See H, R. 363.
Hopper, Mary, widow of Abraham Hopper...

See H. R. 645.
Horner, Gustavus B., heirs of........

See H. R. 401.
Horr, Chauncey A.......

See H. R. 563.
House, jr., George ........------
Howard, H. H. ............

See S. 170.
Howard, Sarah, widow of James Howard.

See H. R. 643.
Howard, William A.........
Howe, Abraham, heir of.....
Howes, Abigail White, heir of Joseph White ..
Howe. Harriet B. .................................
Hoyt, Chauncey ..........--------

See H. R. 455.
Hoyt, Thomas, heir of.......
Hudry, Jean, heirs and legal representatives of

See S. 441.
Hubbell, W. W. ....
Hudgins, John, widow of ......
Hudson, Captain William, and Joshua R. Sands....

See S. Res. 16.
Hughes, Cornelius .......

See S. 138.
Hughes, Thomas..
Hulbort, John.........
Hull and Cozzens and John Naylor...

See H. R. 624
Hull, P. P., heirs of........
Hull, Samuel ......................
Humber, Laura C., widow of Charles H. Humber.......

See S. 227.
Humphrey, Esther, widow of Thomas Humphrey......
Humphreys, Hiram .......
Humphrey, William, heirs of..---

See H. R. 590.
Hunt, Alice, widow of Thomas Hunt....

See S. 233.
Hunt, Ephraim.......

See H. R. 677.

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.242, 327, 358, 488

Hunt, W. E...
Hunter, John F.....

See H. R. 219.
Hunter, Logan. (Report C. C.)
Hunter, Robert F.......
Huntley, Abigail, and others ...
Huntley, Zelinda, widow of Andrew Huntley..
Hunton, Logan.....
Huston, Almanzon....
Hutchins, Erastus......

See H, R. 446.
Hutchinson, William......

See H, R. 373.
Hüttmann, Francis......

See S. 78 and S. 143.
Hutton, Hannah, widow of Henry Hutton, administrator of ...
Hynes, Andrew R, and others.....

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Idaho, to provide a temporary government for the Territory of....817 to 819,823, 824,831

See H. R. 707 and 708.
IUinois, members from the State of, appear, viz:

J. F. Farnsworth, P. B. Fouke, W. Kellogg, J. A. Logan, 0. Love-

joy, J. A. McClernand, I. N. Morris, J. C. Robinson, and E. B.

Washburne............
oath administered to the members from .....

166
payment of the two per cent. fund belonging to, for road purposes... 261, 311

See H. R. 103.
post routes in.......

310
amounts paid United States marshal and attorney for....

312, 516,646
as to the removal of certain postmasters in, the appointment of Isaac
Cook, &c..............

312
harbor at Chicago....

313
See H. R 109.
as to defalcation of collectors of customs in.....

314, 395
to attach certain counties in, to the southern circuit.

315
See H R. 116.
balance of appropriation for repairing works, &c., at Chicago..

446, 455
See H. Res. 11.
assay office and branch mint at Chicago .....

466
concerning swamp lands in ..........

466
See H. R. 283.
term of the United States courts at Cairo....

559,587
See H. R. 488.
custom-house and post office at Waukegan.......
establishment of national armory at Fort Massac..

See H. R. 805.
Indiana, members from the State of, appear, viz:

C. Case, S. Colfax, J. G. Davis, W. M. Dunn, W. H. English, W. S.

Holman, D. Kilgore, W. E. Niblack, J. U. Pettit, A. G. Porter,

and J. Wilson ......
oath administered to the members from.....

166
authorizing, to appropriate university lands to any educational pur-
pose.......

220, 466
See H. R 282.
post routes in...............

310
relief of congressional township in Randolph county ------

574
See H. R. 424.
relief of congressional township in Gibson county ......

574
See H, R. 425.
Indians, claims for depredations of, in New Mexico......

... 221, 325, 542
See H. R. 194 and 376.
accounts of persons charged with disbursements for.......

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Indians, claims growing out of hostilities with, in Oregon and Washington.. 231, 382, 464
expenses of suppressing depredations of, in Nebraska .

240
losses sustained by depredations of Pawnee, in Nebraska ..........

240
expenses incurred by Missouri in repelling invasion of Osage....... 283, 316

See H. R. 130.
claims of Georgia and Alabama for depredations of Creek..........

284
extinguishment of title of, to certain lands in North Carolina......

261
treaties of 1817 and 1819 with Cherokee, provision for reservations
under.....

296
See H. R. 37
transportation of vinous and spirituous liquors through the Indian
country ..........

317
suppression of hostilities of, in California, in 1858 and 1859........ 322,478

See H. R 299.
establishment of orphan asylum for, in Nebraska..

327
appropriations for Indian department .......

341
See H. R. 215.
appropriations for Poncas, &c., in Oregon and Washington......... 341,511

See H. R. 216.
lands set apart for New York, west of Missouri...

382,441
explanation of estimates for the Indian service

395
awards under treaty with Rogue river, in Oregon..

444,569
See H. R 417.
superintendencies of Indian affairs in Oregon and Washington ...... 441,569

See H R 416.
additional estimates for, in Oregon and Washington .....

441
payment of volunteers for suppressing disturbances of, in New Mexico.

See H. R. 308.
alleged frauds upon the Menomonee, in Wisconsin...

496,514, 545
in regard to appropriations for, in Utah...

511, 598
depredation upon the Shawnee, in Kansas .....

541
See H. R. 368.
suppression of hostilities of, in New Mexico ..................... 556,732, 864

See H. R. 730.
expense of suppressing hostilities of, in Utah.....

...... 576, 937
Soe H. R. 435 and 796
adjudication of certain claims against the Menomonees..........

576
See H, R. 433.
estimates for treaties with the Kiowas, Comanches, Arapahoes and
Cheyennes, Sioux, and with Indians in Minnesota.....

596, 706

nuesou..............
granting bounty land to soldiers in Florida war with............. 627, 669

See H R. 672.
titles of certain balf-breed, in Kansas

725
See H. R. 637.
statement of the condition of the fund of the Chickasaw..........

784
for supplying the Choctaw, Cherokee, and Chickasaw, with certain
copies of the laws, journals, and public documents......

792
See S. Res. 5.
statement of amount due the Choctaw...

819
fpoliations committed by, on the frontier of Texas................

864
See H R. 728.
payments to the Pokegan and other bands of....

864
trade and intercourse with, explanatory of 8th section of act of Feb-
ruary 28, 1859 ..........

943
See S. Res. 31.
expenses incurred in suppressing hostilities of, in Oregon and Wash-
ington ....

.... 181, 324,963
See H. R. 179 and S. 11.
relief of certain Chippewa, Ottawa, and Pottowatomie............ 1198

See H. R. 852.
Indian agents, additional, in Washington Territory

181
additional, in New Mexico.....

346, 489
See H. R. 306.
in Jefferson........

See H. R. 329.

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Indian agents, in Nebraska and New Mexico.......

643
See H, R. 557.
Inspection district at Memphis, Tennessee.....

238
at San Francisco, California....
Interior, Secretary of, transmits statement of balances of appropriations, trans-
fers, &c ....

231
transmits statement of contingent expenses ..

231
transmits list of clerks and other persons...

231
transmits transcripts of certain land claims in New Mexico

231
proposed inquiry of, as to amounts paid C. W. Pine and

the United States attorney for Illinois.........
called upon for information as to land set apart for New
York Indians, &c......

382
transmits answer to said call....

441
letter from, in regard to appropriation for detection of
counterfeiters of coin ........

395
letter from, in regard to estimates for the Indian service.

395
called upon for the report of the Art Commissioners and
documents ......

422
transmits answer to said call....

441
submits additional estimates for the Indian service in
Oregon and Washington..........

441
letter from, in regard to appropriations for the Ponca

Indians .............
letter from, in regard to appropriations for the Indian
service in Utah........

511, 598
called upon for correspondence relating to charges against
A. D. Bonesteel...........

514
transmits answer to said call .......

545
called upon for amounts paid United States marshal and
district attorney for Illinois, &c.......

516
transmits answer to said call..........

646
letter from, relative to transportation of prisoners and

witnesses sent home by consuls......
transmits estimate of expenses of district land offices...
transmits statement of amount due the Choctaws......
called upon for information as to payments to the Poke-
gan and other Indians....

864
called upon for information as to the expenses of the
Court of Claims.........

994
transmits answer to said call....

...... 1033, 1073
letter from, asking an increased appropriation for return
of recaptured Africans....

1122
called upon for report of Mr. Pritchetto, &c., in case of
A. D. Bonesteel.....

1200
International copy-right law, establishment of .........

253, 295
See H, R. 32
Investigating committees, under resolution of Mr. Covode...........450, 451, 484,618 to 623
under resolution of Mr. Hoard ...

........464, 465, 552
appropriation for the payment of expenses of........

See H. Res. 36.
Iowa, members from the State of, appear, viz:

S. R. Curtis and W. Vandever.........
oath administered to the members from .....
grant of pre-emption to, in aid of the McGregor, St. Peter's, and Mis-
souri River railroad .-..-

180, 320
See H. R. 155
extension of northern boundary of, to Missouri river...

283, 320
See H. R. 157.
grant of lands to, in aid of a railroad..........

261, 320
See H. R. 156.
removal of restrictions upon a certain grant of land to.......

See S. Res. 2.
relief of certain settlers in.....

701, 753
See S. 371.

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Illinois, citizens of, harbor at Chicago.............

421
repeal of fugitive slave acts ........

229
pensions to soldiers of war of 1812...

476
. mail-route from Prairie City to La Harpe.

269
disposition of public lands ......

328
mail-route from Gardner Station to Tonica Station .....

367
heretofore referred, March 11, 1858.
appropriation for harbor and piers at Chicago ..
in behalf of Richeson & Ellis..........

438
pensions to soldiers of war of 1812...

258, 266, 267
liiniting liabilities of ship-owners ..

476
light-house at Fort Mackinaw, in Michigan.....

524
board of trade in Chicago, assay office ......

535, 554
citizens of, mail-route from Murphysboro' to Liberty ...,

552
Carbondale, Illinois, to Jackson, Missouri
in behalf of Jehu John.......

552, 604
Jesse Brown.....

553
mail-route from Rockland Station to Forksville..

494
Gardiner to Tonica Station ......

564
Pacific railroad ......... ....----

962
on behalf of John McLean.......

642
grant of lands...

368
mail-route .....

822, 795
amendment of bounty land laws..

667
abolition of slavery in the District of Colurabia....

684,982
specific duty on fine pottery.......
slavery in territories to be bereafter acquired

749
suppression of the African slave trade.

750,982
railroad to the Pacific ocean .........

613
bankrupt law.......

786
mail-route from Marion to Jonesboro'...

476
railroad to the Pacific ocean...

repeal of fugitive slave laws......
editors and publishers of, change in the postal laws ...

330
citizens of, mail-route.......

625, 626, 667
immunities of citizens of the several States.

982
Indiana, citizens of, land for school purposes........

355
on behalf of James Monroe.....

226
passage of a homestead law.......

229
mail-route from Mooney to Medora.

282
pensions to soldiers in war of 1812 ......

267, 344, 346
on behalf of E. B. Bishop....

356
board of trade of Evansville, local steamboat inspectors .

437,574
citizens of, Louisville and Portland Canal.......
mail-route from Alvarado to Hamilton .

604
Indians of.............

652
citizens of, mail-route from Bourbon to Peru.

744
mail-routes....

340
Indians, Sioux ......

795
Chippewa, Ottawa, and Pottowatomie.

845, 1198
See H. R. 852.
Innerarity, James.......................

452
Iowa, citizens of, authorizing the judges of the United States district courts
to employ and pay counsel........

392
against abolition of franking privilege..

506
legislature of, in behalf of James B. Thomas......

512
improvement of Des Moines river...

512
mail-route from Des Moines to White Cloud..

513
mail-routes ...

822,778
relative to public lands ..

856
Ireland, Jeremiah...
Irwin, J. C. & Co...

626, 1197
See H, K. 849.
Ittig, Nancy (see H. R. C. C. 75)......................

249

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