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A resolution removing the restrictions 635 670, 671, 991

upon a certain grant of five sections

of land to the State of Iowa.
4 A resolution to allow credit to cer- 422 444,718......... 718 745,773..... 773

tain disbursing officers therein men-

tioned.
5 A resolution for supplying the Choc- 792 869, 1061....... 10611073........

taw, Cherokee, and Chickasaw na-
tions with such copies of the laws,
journals, and public printed docu
ments as are unfurnished to the

States and Territories.
6 A resolution authorizing the enlarge 525 556,883......... 884903, 927..... 927

ment of and construction of a branch|

to the Louisville and Portland canal.
7 A resolution for the relief of the legall 440 444,542, 796..... 796.805......... 830

representatives of John A. Frost,

deceased.
8 A resolution relating to the claim of 601 608, 674,686,761, 762 943, 951.....

George Fisher, late of Florida, de- 762

ceased.
11 A resolution for the relief of Com- 261 582............. 583 584......... 614

mander H. J. Hartstene, of tbe

United States navy.
A resolution giving the consent of 261 334....

334 348......... 508
Congress to Captain William B
Shubrick to accept a sword pre-
sented to bim by Captain General
and President Urquiza, of the Ar-

gentine Confederation.
15 A resolution for the relief of Lieuten- 684 711, 713

ant John C. Carter.
16 A resolution authorizing Captains 369 443, 542,796..... 796 805......... 830

William L. Hudson and Joshua R |
Sands to accept certain testimonials
awirded to them by the govern.
ment of Great Britain.
A resolution suspending the operation 508 517

of the 5th section of the act making
appropriations to defray the defi-
ciencies in the appropriations for
the service of the Post Office De-
partment for the fiscal year ending
June 30, 1859, and in part for the
support of the Post Office Depart.
ment for the fiscal year ending
June 30, 1860, being the section

relating to printing.
23 A resolution in regard to the minister 658 658, 737......... 737751,773..... 773

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24 A resolution for the compensation of 6791711, 713, 723..... 723745,773..

Rev. R. R Richards, late chaplain
to the United States penitentiary

in the District of Columbia.
27 A resolution authorizing the settle-701712, 862,983..... 9831006........ 1051

ment of the accounts of John R.
Bartlett, late commissioner of the
United States to run and mark thel
boundary line between the United
States and Mexico, and for other

purposes.
28 A resolution for the relief of A. M. 736763,891......... 891 903......... 943

Fridley, late agent for the Winne.

bago Indians.
31 A resolution explanatory of the 8th 943960, 983, 1212...-12121216

section of the act of Congress ap-

proved February 28, 1859.
34 A resolution in relation to the works 792 869, 1061........10611073.......-1110

of the exploring expedition.
35 A resolution providing for the obser- 810 870, 1059........ 1060 1073........ 1110
|vation of the sun which will occur

on the 18th of July next.
36 A resolution for the restoration of 1119 1178........... . 1178/1189........ 1201

Lieutenant Augustus S. Baldwin to

the active list of the navy.
41 A resolution for the relief of Arthur 1064 1121, 1179.......1179 1189........ 1201

Edwards, and his associates.
3 A resolution to correct a clerical error 1081 1082............ 1082 1090........1110

in the act approved May 4, 1860,

for the relief of Stewart McGowan
46 A resolution supplementary to the 1193

"joint resolution in relation to the
public printing," approved June,
1860.

Page.
Revenue cutter, steam, for service in Delaware river and bay.....

587
Revenue laws, for simplifying and codifying...

220, 293
See H. R. 21.
Revolutionary claims, for the settlement of...

. 220, 292, 777
See H. R, 13.
repeal of certain acts of limitation of..................

789
See H. R. 686. .
Revolutionary war, extension of act providing for soldiers, &c., to soldiers, &c.,
of war of 1812...

878
See H. R. 758.
Rhode Island, members from the State of, appear, viz: W. D. Brayton and C.

Robinson.......
oath administered to members from........

165
Rives, John C., repeal of additional compensation to...

395
Rivers and harbors, appropriations for certain..

169, 314
See H. R. 113.
report of Col. Graham on northern and northwestern lakes 259, 357
at Cleveland and mouth of Grand river, Ohio........... 179, 305

See H. R. 74.
at Sabine Pass, Texas...

180, 319
See H. R. 148.
Saginaw river, Michigan.

180, 318
See H. R. 139.
harbor of Marquette, on Lake Superior, Michigan....... 18', 318

See H. R. 140.
harbor at Ontonagon, on Lake Superior, Michigan...... 180, 318

See H. R. 142.
harbor at Tawas City, Michigan....

180
Hudson river.....

220, 292

..........

See H. R. 17.

221

Dunkirk barbor.....

220
Ohio river.......

220, 295
See H. R. 30.
Cape Girardeau harbor, Missouri.........

220, 315
See H. R. 121.
harbor at Port Washington, Wisconsin

221
harbor at Sheboygan, Wisconsin...

221
harbor at Manitowoc, Wisconsia..

221
harbor at Kewannee, Wisconsin..

221
harbor at Ahnepee, Wisconsin...
harbor of Green Bay, Wisconsin.

221
harbor of Oconto, Wisconsin......

221
harbor at Marinetto, Wisconsin....

221
Taunton river, Massachusetts........

238, 291
See H. R. 10.
harbor at mouth of Genesee river, New York......

238, 300
See H. R. 40.
harbor at mouth of Maumee river and bay, Ohio...

238
St. Clair flats, Michigan...

239,586
See H. R. 474.
harbor at Buffalo, New York...

239,586
See H. R. 473.
harbor at Erie, Pennsylvania......

239, 295
See H. R. 34.
Columbia and Willamette rivers...

239
Patapsco river......

253,521
See H. R. 333.
breakwater on Crow Shoals, New Jersey...

283,586
See H. R. 478.
Columbia river..........

278, 325
See H. R. 188.
harbor at the mouth of Cuyahoga river........

305
See H. R. 73.
harbor at Chicago, Illinois..

.... 313, 446, 455
See H. R. 109 and H. Res. 11.

Ik.......

321

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Rivers and harbors, harbor at Kenosha, Wisconsin... ......

321
See H. R. 164.
harbor at Racine, Wisconsin.

321
See H. R. 165.
harbor at Milwaukie, Wisconsin ......

See H. R. 166.
piers at Chester, Newcastle, and Port Penn, on Delaware
river......

See H. R. 211.
Mississippi, above mouth of Minnesota river..

327
Delaware breakwater...

377,388
See H, R. 226.
pier on the shore of Delaware bay.

377, 388
See H. R. 227.
Bayou La Fourche, Louisiana...

471
Hurl Gate, in the East river, New York..... .......... 603, 645, 669

See H. R. 562 and 570.
Harlem river and Spuyten Duy vel creek, New York..... 603, 615

See H. R. 561.
Buffalo and Oswego, New York, breakwaters at........

691
See H. R. 610.
harbor at mouth of St. Joseph's river, Michigan....

729
See H. R. 648.
harbor at mouth of Black river, Michigan.......

See H. R. 649.
harbor at mouth of Grand river, Michigan.........

See H. R. 650.
harbor at mouth of Muskegan river, Michigan......

79
See H. R. 651.
Roads from Fort Benton to the Walla-Walla.

............ 181, 324,598
See H. R. 180.
from Fort Union to Santa Fé........

221,326
See H. R. 200.
wagon road across the Cascade mountains, in Oregon...............
from the Platte river to the south line of Nebraska.................

239
wagon road from Fort Kearney to the Missouri river, Nebraska......

240
wagon road from L'Eau Qui Court river to Fort Laramie......

240
wagon road from Fort Smith to the Colorado river.........259, 486,525, 713, 1190
in Washington Territory.......

325,816
See H. R. 185, 190, and 902.
* military and post, from West Point to Cornwall's Landing, New York. 327, 705

See H. R 619.
wagon roads in Oregon.....

690
See H. R. 604.
" Rockall," to change the name of the ship, to“ Massachusetts "..........

1098
See H R 838
Rules, Doorkeeper directed to execute rule of last House relative to privileges
of hall.....

-

149

-
of the House of the 35th Congress adopted ....

167
select committee on, (see Committees, select)..............167,526 to 533,545 to 551
proposed amendment of, so as to adinit ex-members of Congress on the
floor ......................................................

592
proposed amendment of, so as to strike out the hour rule........... 526,548, 594
proposed amendment of, in regard to debate in Committee of the whole
on the state of the Union....

597
select committee on the joint...

306,347
suspension of, not in order during morning hour of last ten days of
session ........

1052
16th and 17th joint, suspended for remainder of session............ 1691, 1105
proposed amendment of, fixing daily hour of meeting at 2 p. m...... 526,551
amendments to, in regard to tellers..............................

527
in regard to the election of officers..................

528
in regard to business before committees at end of a session.
in regard to the daily order of business...

528, 529
in regard to calls for bills, on leave ...

529

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Rules, amendmemts to, in regard to private bills once objected to.......

in regard to excuse of members from voting.....
in regard to the previous question, and closing debate on

amendments ....................................
in regard to a division of the question.........
in regard to unfinished business ............
in regard to the duties of the Sergeat-at-arms....
in regard to the standing committees—time for which

appointed, &c.......
in regard to the report of a bill with a recommendation

to strike out the enacting words............
in regard to recommitment of the engrossment.........
in regard to debate on special orders..................
in regard to motions to suspend the rules.............
in regard to making general appropriation bills a special

order .......
in regard to bills reported from the Court of Claims....
in regard to the privilege of the floor........
in regard to the five minutes debate on amendments or

sections .......
in regard to the Committee on Printing to assume duties

of the Committee on Engraving ---.................
in regard to the general appropriation bills............
in regard to mileage of officer serving process of House..
in regard to the election of Speaker, and duties of Clerk

pending the same......
in regard to the time for which rules shall operate......
J. M. Barclay authorized to rearrange, and furnish House

with, &c......

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Radcliff, C.......

See H. R. 608.
Randall, Isaac H....

See S. 300.
Randall, Nathaniel..
Randolph, John......
Rathbone, W. P......
Ratley, Mason ......
Rawlings, Daniel, heirs of.....
Rawlings, R. R., heir of Daniel Rawlings...
Raymond, Charles F., heir of Jesse Smith...
Read, Nancy, widow of Levi Read....
Record, Simon....
Reede, Isaac......
Reeder, Ralph.......
Reeves, Annie D.....

See S. 225.
Reeves, C: M......
Reeves, Eliza, widow of Samuel S. Reeves...............

See H. R. 466.
Reeves, John.......
Reily, Arabella, widow of General Bennet Reily.....

See S 73.
Reily, John H., administrator of William Reily-
Remick, Samuel..--------------
Renard, Adolphe......
Renif, Almira. (See H. R. C. C. 77)
Reynolds, Daniel.....................................
Reynolds, Margaret..........

See H. R. 744.
Revell, Edward A.........
Revenue service, officers of, increase of pay......
Rhode Island, citizens of, beacons on Connimicut Point,

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