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Resolutions of the House-Continued.
By Mr. Gurley : to print 16,000 additional copies of Secretary of the

Treasury's report.......
to print 3,000 extra copies of bill concerning tariff,

loan, &c.......
to print 10,000 extra copies of Governor Stevens's

final report.......
to print 5,000 extra copies of report on commercial

relations...........
to print 1,000 extra copies of revolutionary claim bill
to print 20,000 extra copies of President's protest and

reports...........
to print 5,000 extra copies of Beale's report........
to print 50,000 additional copies of Patent Office Re-

port (mechanical) for 1859...
to print 215.000 extra copies of Patent Office Report

(agricultural)...
to print 5,000 extra copies of Coast Survey Report..
to print 5,000 extra copies of Lieutenant Ives's Report
to print 50,000 extra copies of report of select com-

mittee of March 5........
to print 25,000 extra copies of Pacific Railroad bill

and reports........
to print 50,000 extra copies of reports of committees

on public expenditures and expenditures in the
Navy Department, &c., to be bound with Covode

report, &c........
to print 2,000 extra copii s of Bank Report........
to print 5,000 extra copies of reports of select com-

mittee on the public stores.....
By Mr. Hamilton: relative to repeal of revenue laws and direct taxa-

tion instead ...
By Mr. John T. Harris : to pay J D. Ott and H. J. McLaughlin addi-

tional compensation as public folders during

the 32d Congress............
By Mr. Haskin : discharging select committee on printing expendi-

tures and directing them to hand over books and

papers to Committee on Public Expenditures....
to allow Committee on Public Expenditures a clerk.
calling for information as to brick contract with

Deggs & Smith and in relation to W. H. Degroot.
By Mr. Hickman : providing a plan to elect a Speaker.......

allowing Committee on the Judiciary to send for per-

sons and papers in the Watrous case..........
of dissent from doctrines of President's special mes-
sage or protest........

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to print 2,000 copies of President's protest and

the reports thereon.....
authorizing Committee on the Judiciary to employ

a stenographer during the examination of the

Watrous case........
authorizing a minority of Committee on the Judi-

ciary to take testimony in the Watrous case.....
authorizing Committee on the Judiciary to print the

memorials, testimony, &c., in the Watrous case..
discharging Committee on the Judiciary from

further consideration of memorial of the grand
jury of the United States district court in South

Carolina, relative to court-house at Greenville....
directing Sergeant-at-arms to bring before the bar of

the House all members embraced in his warrant,&c.
calling Doorkeeper before bar of House to answer for

the escape of a member from the ball during a

call of the House......
By Mr Hindman : relative to transportation of liquors through Indian .

country.........

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Resolutions of the House-Continued.
By Mr. Hindman : concerning grant by the United States to Arkansas

of arsenal and grounds at Little Rock, and so much
of reservation at Fort Smith as is unnecessary for
military uses, for educational purposes.........
concerning reduction to 25 cents per acre of certain

lands to actual settlers ...........
concerning confirmation to actual settlers, in good

faith, at graduation pricts, of certain entries made

within railroad reserves....
relative to construction of post office, &c., at Little
discharging Committee on the Judiciary from the

further consideration of the petition of John T.
Roberison, and referring it to Committee on Com.

merce.......................
calling for information as to cost of printing ordered

by present Congress........
By Mr. Hoard: that Committee on Public Expenditures inquire into

public printing, report modification of rates, &c...
for select committee to inquire into any improper

attempts on the part of any one connected with the
executive departments to influence the action of

members ............... .... ....
By Mr. Wm. Howard: calling for statement of number of officers, &c.,

who served six months in war of 1812.........................
By Mr. Hughes: calling for B. S Roberts's report on militia question.

relative to present condition of tobacco trade with

other countries .....
relative to amendment of “ rules and articles of war

of thanks to Mr Colfax, Speaker pro tem.........
By Mr. Humphrey: calling for information as to collection of fees for

permits to land baggage at port of New York, &c.....
By Mr. Irvine: relative to contract for the public stores in New York

city ............
By Mr. Wm. Kellogg: calling upon Secretary of the Treasury for in-

formation as to defalcations of collectors in Illinois ..
By Mr. Larrabee: calling on the Secretary of the Interior for Mr.

Pritchett's report on charges against A. D. Bonesteel...
By Mr. D. C. Leach: discharging Committee of the whole from further

consideration of the Arthur Edwards claim, (8.

29) ...................................
for information concerning payments to the Poke-

gan and other Indian tribes............
By Mr. Leake: concerning removal of the House library...
By Mr. Logan: relative to transferring and location of certificates of

grants of swamp lands to States .....
By Mr. Love : concerning cession by the United States of rights to

lands involved in boundary question between Geor-

gia and Florida .....
relative to increase of salary of Isaac N. Diller, United

States consul at Bremen......
By Mr. Lovejoy: calling for information concerning amount expended

by Attorney General in private land cases in California....
By Mr. Mallory: relative to transfer of mail transportation froin the

Jefferson ville and Indianapolis to the New Albany and Salem rail-

road .......
By Mr. Maynard : relative to greater accountability and economy in

disbursement of the contingent fund......
relative to further legislation in reference to fugi-

tives from justice...............
concerning reciprocal commerce and intercourse

with Cuba....
of thanks to clergy of District who acted as chap-

lains.......

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Resolutions of the House-Continued.
By Mr. McClernand : as to expatriation, severance, reinvestment with

citizenship, exemption of naturalized citizens

from certain prior obligations, &c...........
relative to appointment of ex-members of Con-

gress to places by officers of the House ......
relative to additional compensation to registers

and receivers in certain cases........
By Mr. McKean: relative to claim of Oliver Bascom, assignee of

Lusher ....
By Mr. McPherson as to expediency of substituting the "lowest

bidder'' for the present system of printing ......
By Mr. McQueen : relative to shoemakers in Massachusetts .........
By Mr. McRae : calling on Secretary of War for information as to

Pass Manchac .................
calling on Secretary of Treasury for information as

to Mississippi sound, maps, charts, &c., and state.
ment of amount appropriated for naval and mili-

tary defences on the gulf coast of Mississippi....
relative to nun,ber of officers and men who have

died in the African squadron since the Ashburton

treaty ....
By Mr. Miles : for a select committee to inquire into the time re-

quired, cost, expediency, &c., of removing the

benches and replacing the desks in the hall .......

to print 5,000 extra copies of Coast Survey Report....
By Mr. Millson : concerning the appointment of ten midshipmen at

large annually ....

to elect a chaplain....
By Mr. Millward : concerning marble columns for the Capitol, and

Rice, Baird & Heebner.........
By Mr. Montgomery: to appoint Mr. Corwin Speaker for 24 hours, &c.
By Mr. L. T. Moore : relative to stationery furnished committees....
By Mr. E. Joy Morris : relative to abolishing custoin-house oaths....

relative to fixed salary to consul at Malta....
By Mr. Isaac N. Morris : relative to abolishing United States armories

and navy yards.........-------------
calling for information as to payments, &c.,

to C. W. Pine, late marshal of northern
district of Illinois, and as to payments,
&c., to the United States district attorney

of said district since his appointment, &c.
calling on Postmaster General for informa-

tion concerning certain removals and ap-
pointments in Illinois, and for information

as to Isaac Cook......
calling for information as to defalcation of

Isaac V. Fowler ........
By Mr. Morse: calling for information and correspondence with Great

Britain, or any officer thereof, relative to African

slare trade ......
relative to a law against coolie trade .....
authorizing certain coionittees to employ clerks ....
calling for report of board of officers on abuses in

navy yards .....................
calling for evidence taken and report of board of

officers on abuses in navy yards........
referring so much of Secretary of Navy's report as

relates to Chiriqui matters to Committee on Naval

Affairs ....
in reference to African slave trade .....
calling for statistical and other information in rela-

tion to prevention of African slave trade........
By Mr. Nelson : to print 100,000 extra copies of reports of Commit-

tees on Public Expenditures and Expenditures in Navy Department;
to be bound together......

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Resolutions of the House-Continued.
By Mr. Niblack: empowering Clerk to preserve order, enforce rules,

&c , until election of a Speaker, and directing
Sergeant-at-arms to perform his duties under

Clerk's direction pending the organization......
of inquiry as to non-redemption of continental cur-

rency ........
By Mr. Nixon : admitting chaplain of each House to the floor......
By Mr. Noell : of inquiry as to expediency of reducing price of lands

in certain townships in district of Jackson, Missouri,
and relieving purchasers from excess of price paid

above graduation prices....
By Mr. Olin : allowing select (Covode) committee to employ a steno-

grapher, and to print from time to time the testimony

taken before them ........
By Mr. Otero : as to authorizing a regiment of mounted volunteers in

New Mexico.....
calling for information as to Indian hostilities in New

Mexico ..............................
By Mr. Palmer : of inquiry into contracts for supplies, stores, trans-

portation, &c , in the late expedition to Utah....
By Mr. Pendleton : concerning change in laws regulating the taking

of depositions in United States courts, and also

relative to fees in criminal cases.............
By Mr. Pennington : proposing a plan of procedure to secure election

of a Speaker .....

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By Mr. Perry: calling for information as to amount expended for

books by the 33d Congress, the amount of mile-
age and per diem of the members of that Congress,

and for other statistical information...
By Mr. Pettit : relative to using armed forco of the United States as

posse comitatus......
By Mr. Peyton: relative to iesuance of duplicates for lost land war-

rants ........
By Mr. Phelps : calling for Beale's report...

relative to post route from Ozark, Missouri, to Bates-

ville, Arkansas ...... .......
calling for estimates of sums necessary to complete

capitol, &c , in New Mexico...
relative to cannon foundery at Merrimac Iron Works,

Missouri

calling for report of Lieutenant Ives ...
By Mr. Porter : relative to legislation for protection of citizens of one

State who are lawfully pursuing their business in

another State .................
By Mr. Potter: allowing a clerk to Committee on Revolutionary Pen-

sions......
Mr. Pryor: calling on President for correspondence concerning

island of San Juan ......
relative to reduction of the duties imposed by foreign

governments on tobacco............

of respect to the memory of Hon. William 0. Goode.
By Mr. Quarles : calling upou Committee of Ways and Means to ap-

pend to the several appropriation bills they report,
& memorandum classifying the said appropriations

in a manner specified.......
By Mr. Reagan : calling for official documents relative to troubles on

the Texas frontier.....------...-............
By Mr. Reynolds : calling for information as to amounts expended by

government for defence of cases in Court of

Claims, and for expenses of said court ........
By Mr. Schwartz: relative to reducing compensation of members....
By Mr. Scott: allowing a clerk to the Committee on Indian Affairs..
By Mr. Sherman : to proceed to clection of Public Printer, with cer-

tain reservations...

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Resolutions of the House-Continued.
By Mr. Sherman : for appointment of special committee to investigate
printing system............

192
closing debate on Senate amendments to H. R. 1..

251
instructing Committee on the Post Office and Post

Roads to inquire into expediency of a law con-
taining certain propositions therein given......

306
(five) concerning the action of Secretary of the

Navy and the President relative to certain con-
tracts and appointments.......

.............306, 1054, 1075
concerning repeal of law of 18th August, 1856, as
to certain payments to John C. Rives..........

395
discharging Committee of the Whole from SO

much of message as relates to Pacific railroad,
and referring it to a select committee.........

447
closing debate on H. R. 4 and H. R. 215...

518
inquiry as to how many navy yards can be dis-

pensed with, &c .......
making H. R. 305 a special order in committee.

599
closing debate on H R 305...

612
closing debate on H. R. 499...

745
closing debate on H. R. 5...

753
closing debate on H R. 338...

801
inviting Japanese embassy to visit the House

839
closing debate on H. R 503...

845
closing debate on H. R 4.-.

855
closing debate on H. R. 339...

901, 1123
closing debate on H. R. 501.

910
making H. R. 564 a special order, and closing de-
bate thereon............................

969
of censure on a member for words spoken in debate.

973
regulating order of business for week ending June
18, 1860.....

1052
closing debate on H. R. 217.....

1053
closing debate on H. R. 500.....

1058, 1150
making Senate amendments to H. R. 215 a special
order, and closing debate thereon....

1072
making Senate amendments to H. R. 305 a special
order, and closing debate thereon.....

1093
By Mr. Sickles : calling for information in regard to Harlem river...

591
By Mr. Simms: concerning custom-houses, their number, expenses
of, &c..........

596
By Mr. Singleton : concerning custom-house, &c., at Vicksburg, Mis-
sissippi......

593
By Mr. William Smith : to admit ex-members to floor, claim agents
excepted........

592
relative to salary of consul at Seoatan, in
China.... .......

592
relative to giving navy pay to officers of

cutter “ Harriet Lane" while serving as
naval officers in Paraguay expedition.....

747
By Mr. Spaulding : of inquiry concerning the reciprocity treaty with
England......

592
By Mr. Spinner: to pay J. C. Allen, late Clerk, a per diem additional,

as presiding officer of the House during its organ-
ization ....

176
inquiry as to compliance with the law in compila-
tion of the Biennial Register.....

292
repealing that portion of resolution of May 17, 1858,

which relates to compensation of Doorkeeper and
his employés........

489
also that part that limits the number of pages.....

489
also providing for employment of certain pages, and
for payment of another class of said pages.......

489
relative to penny-post men in New York city-....

592

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