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Sprague, William, a Senator from Rhode | Steamboats, joint resolution (H. R. No. 4)-- Stockton, John P., a Senator from New Jer.
Island.
Continued.

sey....

.1
petitions presented by ..................41, 204 remarks by-

petitions presented by

85, 174
bills introduced by-

Mr. Howard.........

..666, 667
incidental remarks by

193, 320
No. 63—to incorporate the Island City

Mr. Howe......... 663, 664, 665, 666, 667 remarks on the bill to authorize the landing
Harbor Company..

32
Mr. Robertson ..............

...665, 666 of a submarine cable.............. 103, 492

.666

Mr. Sawyer....
No. 81—for the benefit of Margaret Rid-

on the bill in relation to Virginia, Missis-
Mr. Sherman ................
.666

... 659
dle, widow and executrix of George

sippi, and Texas....

.666
Read Riddle, deceased ......

Mr. Stewart..
....34

Submarine cable, bill (S. No. 12) to authorize

.666

Mr. Willey.
No. 193—for the relief of Henry A. Mes-

the New York, Newfoundland; and Lon-
...206
Mr. Williams......

.664, 666
senger......

don Telegraph Company to land its, upon
No. 194—to provide for loaning the pub-

yeas and nays on the...

..665, 166 the shores of the United States--[By Mr.
lic money.....
Steam Packet Company, bill (S. No. 92) in

Cookling.)
incidental remarks by......

......34, addition to the act entitled “ An act to read und printed, 8 ; referred, 28; reported,
206, 217, 321, 347, 440, 474 incorporate the Washington and George-

31; discussed, 103, 492.
remarks on the bill to repeal a part of the

town"-[By Mr. Willey. ]

Subscription papers, bill (S. No. 60) legalizing
act establishing the Treasury Depart.
referred, 41; reported and passed, 175.

the stamping of certain, executed and
In House: received from the Senate, 198;

issued to the Northern Central Railroad
ment..........

.21
on the resolution in regard to the consid-
referred, 230.

Company-[By Mr. Grimes.]
eration of Indian treaties............ 22 | Steamships, bill (S. No. 13), to provide for a referred, 32; referred anew, 492; reported,

line of United States mail, for the convey.
on the bill to prevent the extermination

527; passod, 578; passed House with
of fur-bearing animals in Alaska....... 33
ance of mails and emigrant passengers

amendments, 625; concurred in 653;
on the bill for the benefit of Mrs. Marga-
between New York and Europe-[By Mr.

enrolled 658.
ret Riddle.......

In House: received from the Senate, 599;
34, 35, 36

Conkling.)
on the motion for the appointment of a
read and printed, 8; referred, 28.

passed, 645; enrolled, 682.
civil service committee....

Suits-see Habeas Corpus.
.46

bill (S. No. 14) to establish lines of Ameri-
on the bill to strengthen the public credit,

can, between the United States of Sumper, Charles, a Senator from Massachu-

setts......
America and Europe-[By Mr. Wilson.]

..1
53, 56, 64
on the bill to renew certain land grants in
read and printed, 8; referred, 28.

.28,

petitions presented by.......
Alabama

31, 41, 46, 102, 127, 174, 187,
..62

bill (S. No. 130) to encourage the building
on the bill to repeal the civil tenure
of, in the United States-[By Mr.

262, 289, 320, 409, 439, 573, 607
Conkling.)
act............156, 177, 235, 242, 246, 327

bills introduced by-
on the bill to provide for loaning the pub-
referred, 63.

No. 18—to enforce the several provisions

of the Constitution abolishing slavery,
......... 217, 262, 321, 440 bill (S. No. 145) to promote the building of,
on the currency bill...

266, 269,
in the United States, and to provide for

declaring the immunities of citizens, and
270, 271, 272, 273, 274, 298, 299, the transportation of the United States

guarantying a republican form of gov.
355, 358, 359, 360, 361, 362, 363
mails between New York and Europe

erament by securing the elective fran-
personal and explanatory...

chise to citizens deprived of it by rea-
......475 by steamships built in the United

8

son of race or color........
on the order of business.. .......539, 540

States-[By Mr. Conkling.]
on the deficiency bill.......

No. 19-granting a pension to Mary Lin-
........577
referred, 102.

coln, widow of Abraham Lincoln, late
on the bill to amend the revenue act, 612, bill (S. No. 171) to encourage the building

President of the United States..........9
613, 614, 619, 620 of, in the United States, and to provide

No. 23—for the further security of equal
State Department, calls for information upon, 8

for the transportation of the United
bill (S. No. 257) to reorganize the, and to

States mails to Europe by steamships

rights in the District of Columbia.....20
built in the United States-[By Mr.

No. 61—to secure the copyright of paint-
reduce the expenses thereof-[By Mr.
Fessenden.]
Fenton.]

ings, drawings, statuary, and models, 32
referred, 492.

No. 82—to pay Charles Weile for services
referred, 151; reported, 262.

performed as consul at Tumbez, Ecua.
joint resolution (S. R. No. 62) in relation to Stewart, William M., a Senator from Nevada, 1

dor.

.......34
a site for a building for the-[By Mr. petitions presented by ..........

127, 262

No. 84—to carry into effect the decree of
Morrill.]
bills introduced by-

the district court of the United States
reported, 573; passed, 611; passed House, No. 17-relative to the refining of gold for the southern district of New York
722.

and silver bullion at the Mint of the in case of the British steamer Labuan, 41
In House : received from the Senate, 644;

United States and branches..............8 No. 85—to carry into effect the two sev-
referred, 704; read, 713; passed, 714. No. 64–to legalize certain land loca-

eral decrees of the district court of the
remarks by-

tions.

.82

United States for the district of Louisi-
Mr. Morrill

...611
concurrent resolution submitted by—

ana in the cases of the British vessels
Mr. Sherman ......

...611
for printing the report of Professor Ray-

Volant and Science....... .........41
Mr. Trumbull......

.....611

mond on mines and mining-[March No. 86—to carry into effect the decree of
Stationery, bill (S. No. 6) to provide, for Con 22, 1869] ...........

.190

the district court of the United States
gress and the several Departments-[By incidental remarks by..

.9,

for the district of Louisiana in the case
Mr. Anthony.]

31, 40, 102, 130, 190, 193, 219, 264, of the British schooner Flying Scud and
read and printed, 8; referred, 28.

291, 304, 472, 473, 532, 533, 625, 718

her cargo....

.........41
Statuary, bill (S. No.61) to secure the copyright

remarks on the resolution in regard to the No. 87—to carry into effect the decree of
of paintings, drawings, and models—[By

consideration of Indian treaties....... 23 the district court of the United States
Mr. Sumner.]
on the resolution for a committee on dis-

for the district of Louisiana in the case
referred, 32.

abilities .......

25, 26

of the British brig Dashing Wave and
Statutes, bill (H. R. No. 9) extending the

on the order of business.....
34,

....41
time for revising and consolidating the, of

265, 290, 291, 540 No. 88—to carry into effect the decree of
the United States.

on the bill to strengthen the public credit, the district court of the United States
received from House, 217; referred, 217.

50, 52, 53

for the southern district of New York
Steamboat canal, bill (S. No. 57) granting

on the bill to authorize the landing of a in the case of the English schooner

submarine cable..................... 103, 104
public lands to aid in constructing a, in

Sibyl and her cargo...,

...........41
the State of Florida-[By Mr. Osborn.]

on the bill in relation to the British steamer No. 89—to incorporate the Uniontown and
referred, 82.

Labuan.........

............ 152 Washington City Railroad Company, in
Steamboats, joint resolution (H. R. No. 4)

on the bill to repeal the tenure-of-office the District of Columbia ................. 41
act.........

.... 177, 181
relating to, and other vessels owned in the

No. 115--relating to telegraphic commu-
on the New Orleans, Mobile, and Chatta-

nication between the United States and
loyal States.

nooga railroad bill..
received from House, 265; referred, 265 ;

.... 207
foreign countries...........

....47
on the bill to amend the judicial system, No. 189—to amend the several acts of
reported, 504; discussed, 663, 665.
remarks by-

209, 212, 213 Congress relating to naturalization... 190

on the joint resolution to protect the inter No. 195—to carry into effect the conven-
Mr. Carpenter.....

.666

ests of the United States in the Union tion of July 4, 1868, between the United
Mr. Cattell

...666
Pacific railroad..... ....... 476, 501,

States and Mexico for the adjustment
Mr. Cole.........

.666
502, 503, 504, 533, 534, 536,

of claims........

......... 232
Mr. Conkling..

.667

537, 539, 545, 546, 547, 675 No. 232—to refund to the States of Massa-
Mr. Davis.....

.666

on rescinding the adjournment resolu chusetts and Maine interest paid by them
Mr. Drake....

...664
tion ....

.... 609

on advances to the United States, and
Mr. Edmunds.

.663, 664, 665 on the joint resolution relating to steam: to provide for the defense of the north-
Mr. Fowler........

..665, 666
boats.

..666
eastern frontier. .........

410

her cargo

Sumner, Charles, a Senator from Massachu | Supplies, bill (S. No. 98) to authorize the Tenure of office, bill (S. No. 1) to repeal an
setts-Continued.

appointment of a board of commission act regulating the tenure of certain civil
bills introduced by-

ers to examine the claims of loyal per: offices--[By Mr. Thayer.]
No. 244—for the removal of disabilities sons in the States lately in rebellion for, read and printed, 8; referred, 28; motion
from the persons therein named. .....412 furnished the military forces of the United

to take up, 32; reported and indefinitely
No. 251—to repeal an act entitled "An act States—[By Mr. Wilson.]
to prevent the importation of certain

postponed, 62.
referred, 42; committee discharged, 439; bill (S. No. 2) to amend an act regulativg
persons into States where by the laws
thereof their admission is prohib.

substitute reported, (bill S. No. 249,) the tenure of certain civil offices-[By
439.

Mr. Edmunds. ]
ited".

..468
No. 254—to prevent the courts of the

joint resolution (S. R. No. 51) exempting all read and printed, 8; referred, 28.

the counties of the State of West Vir-
United States from enforcing contracts

bill (H. R. No. 3) to repeal an act regu-
concerning slaves. ......

ginia from the operation of the act of
...492

lating the tenure of certain civil offices.
No. 265—to prevent the counterfeiting of

Congress entitled "An act to declare received from House, 41; discussed, 43 ;
foreign trade-marks protected by treaty
the sense of an act entitled 'An act to

referred, 45; reported, 62; discussed,
stipulations ........

restrict the jurisdiction of the Court of
......573

87, 104, 130, 153, 177; recommitted,
joint resolutions introduced by-

Claims, and to provide for the payment 205; amendment, 217; reported, 233;
No. 27-authorizing Commander Charles

of certain demands for quartermaster's discussed, 233; passed with amend.

stores and subsistence, furnished to the
H. Baldwin, United States Navy, to

ments and with new title, 248; disagreed
accept & gold medal from the king of

Army of the United States''-[By to by House, 322; discussed, 522; con-

Mr. Willey. ]
the Netherlands......
.85

ference, 333, 347; conference report,
referred, 347.
No. 28-authorizing Commander W. A.

394; agreed to by Senate, 395; by
Kirkland, United States Navy, to accept | Swamp lands, bill (8. No. 29) to extend the House, 394.
gold medal from the emperor of

provisions of an act to enable the State remarks by-
France..

of Arkansas and other States to reclaim
.....85

Mr. Anthony....

.45, 115
No. 31-authorizing Lieutenant Com-
the, within their limits to the State of Mr. Bayard.

161, 234
mander Arthur A. Yates, Surgeon Al-
Nebraska-[By Mr. Thayer.]

Mr. Carpenter...

112, 113
bert L. Gihon, Passed Assistant Surgeon
read and printed, 21; referred, 28.

Mr. Casserly

184, 185
Charles H. White, and Assistant Surgeon

Mr. Cole......
T.

....... 111, 394
Jerome H. Kidder, of the United States

Mr. Conkling. ..45, 94, 234, 245, 322
Navy, to accept decorations from the || Tax, bill (H. R. No. 140) to amend an act Mr. Corbett...

.44, 159, 332
king of Portugal in recognition of hu.
entitled " An act imposing a, on distilled Mr. Davis...

.97, 132,
mane services.....
..102 spirits and tobacco."

134, 135, 136, 234, 235, 322, 329
No. 57—postponing election in Texas, 412 received from House, 384; referred, 384 ; Mr. Drake.......

.97, 163, 183
concurrent resolution submitted by-
reported, 468; notice, 577 ; called up, 587;

Mr. Edmunds...

.43, 90,
rescinding the concurrent resolution for discussed, 612, 621; passed with amend.

92, 93, 95, 96, 97, 104, 106,
the adjournment of the two Houses on ments, 624 ; conference, 657; conference

108, 109, 114, 115, 131, 205, 395
Saturday, April 10—[April 8, 1869],607 report, 678; concurred in by Senate,

Mr. Fessenden....93, 234, 326, 330, 394
resolutions submitted by
679; by House, 679; enrolled, 716.

Mr. Fowler

238
calling for a list of the acts passed at the bill (H. R. No. 404) to repeal an act of the Mr. Grimes.

.43,
third session of the Fortieth Con-
Legislature of New Mexico imposing a

44, 97, 115, 233, 234, 235, 242, 322
gress-[March 5, 1869)......

.8
capitation, on bovine cattle.

Mr. Hamlin .......

44
in favor of cheap ocean postage-[March received from House, 532; read, 540 ;

Mr. Harlan...

..236, 394
20, 1869].....

......176
passed, 587; enrolled, 620.

Mr. Howard....

.43,
for the election of a President of the Sen. || Taxes, bill (S. No. 80) to punish the collec.

94, 115, 134, 135, 138, 327
ate pro tempore-[March 23, 1869]... 204 tion of illegal, on passengers-[By Mr.

Mr. Howe.....

..90,
for the election of a President pro tem Morton.]

109, 110, 111, 328, 329, 330, 331
pore-[April 9, 1869)........... ..652
referred, 34.

Mr. McCreery

245, 246
reports made by....... .85, 102, 527, 573

Mr. McDonald
Tax laws, joint resolution (S. R. No. 52)

...44
incidental remarks by ...... ........2, 8, 9,
authorizing the Secretary of the Treasury

Mr. Morrill.....

....183
20, 21, 22, 30, 31, 34, 36, 40, 47,

Mr. Morton
to refund penalty, interest, and costs
84, 101, 102, 103,127,136,152,176,

43, 45, 89,
illegally assessed and collected under

90, 94, 106, 114, 115, 130,
187, 204, 232, 292, 321, 468, 550,
direct-[By Mr. Cattell.]

131, 178, 181, 235, 326, 331
607, 620, 652, 653, 667, 716, 719

Mr. Norton...

.234, 246
remarks on the bill relating to the Secretary | Taylor, James C., bill (S. No. 211) for the
referred, 347.

Mr. Nye....

158
of the Treasury....

Mr. Pomeroy.
on the resolution in regard to the consid relief of, of Montgomery county, Vir.

.....44, 45, 177, 185, 392
Mr. Ross

241
eration of Indian treaties........ 24 ginia--(By Mr. Willey. ]

Mr. Schurz

155
on the bill granting a pension to Mrs.
read and passed, 292.

Mr. Scott......

138, 154, 156
Mary Lincoln......
...29 In House : received from the Senate, 309;

Mr. Sherman.

.108,
on the bill for the further protection of referred, 508.

109, 110, 111, 217, 233, 325, 333
equal rights in the District of Column. || Telegraph-see Railroad.

Mr. Sprague..

.156,
bia.......
..........30 || Telegraphic communication, bill (S. No. 74) to

177, 235, 242, 246, 327
on the election of Chaplain ............30, 31 encourage and facilitate, with Europe-(By

Mr. Stewart ......

.177, 181
on Senate bill to repeal the civil tenure Mr. Ramsey.)

Mr. Sumner.... 110, 185, 187, 246
act......
referred, 32; reported, 127.

Mr. Thayer.....41, 43, 45, 108, 181, 183
on the bill in reference to the British

bill (S. No. 113) to encourage, facilitate, and Mr. Thurman.. 88,183, 332, 395
steamer Labuan....... ............. 41, 153
establish international-[By Mr. Cole.]

Mr. Trumbull. ...43, 87, 88, 109, 110,
on the bill to strengthen the public credit,
referred, 47.

115, 138, 163, 177, 185, 233, 234, 245,
48, 50, 51, 53
on the order of business....

246, 248, 322, 325, 326, 333, 394, 395
70,

bill (S. No. 115) relating to, between the
United States and foreign countries—[By Mr. Vickers..

.177, 178, 395
265, 290, 291, 292, 293, 347, 349, 716
Mr. Sumner]

Mr. Warner.

...234, 235, 332
on dispensing with the reading of the

Mr. Williams
referred, 47; reported, 410.

44, 90, 322, 332
Journal.... .......... 101, 262, 715, 716
bill (S. No. 117) to encourage and facilitate,

Mr. Wilson

156
on the bill to authorize the landing of a

Mr. Yates.
between the eastern and western con-

.92, 93, 94, 96
submarine cable......... ....... 103

tinents-[By Mr. Corbett.]

yeas and nays on the

.45,
on the bill to repeal the civil tenure act,
110, 185, 187, 246
referred, 62.

185, 235, 246, 333, 395

27
on the cheap ocean postage resolutions, bill (S. No. 127) relating to, between the Territories, the Committee on..

176, 177, 529 United States and foreign countries-[By bill (S. No. 16) to provide for the better
on the currency bill......274, 276, 304, 305 Mr. Fenton.]

administration of justice in the, of the
on the resolution of adjournment......384,
referred, 63.

United States-[By Mr. Cragin.]
385, 386, 474, 475, 607, 608, 610 Tennessee cavalry, bill (S. No. 38) to remove

read and printed, 8; referred, 28.
on the bill to amend the judicial system, the charge of desertion from certain sol. Testimony, bill (H. R. No. 419) allowing par-

409,574, 575 diers of the thirteenth-[By Mr. Abbott.] ties in certain cases to testify.
on the bill for the removal of disabilities referred, 28; reported and passed, 205; received from House, 678; read, 679.

from certain persons.............. 542, 543 passed House, 625; enrolled, 658. Test-oath, bill (S. No. 108) for the improve.
on the deficiency bill .... .....,578, 579 In House : received from the Senate, 228; ment of the postal service by dispensing
on the resolution in regard to the pay of referred, 230; reported and passed, 644; with the, at certain offices-[By Mr. Pool.]
southern Senators... ...... 719, 722 enrolled, 652

referred, 47.

. 32, 33

0, 716

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7 xas, joint resolution (S. R. No. 14) amend. | Tipton, Thomas W., a Senator from Ne. Trumbull, Lyman, a Senator from Illinois-
atory of a joint resolution respecting the braska-Continued.

Continued.
provisional governments of Virginia and, bills introduced by-

resolutions submitted by
passed at the third session of the Fortieth No. 36-granting the right of way through for the election of Chaplain-[March 5,
Congress—[By Mr. Ferry.]

the public lands to the Midland Pacific 1869].......
referred, 42; reported, 62, motion to take Railway Company, and for other pur for a committee to wait upon the Presi.
up, 63; passed, 85.

poses......

..........28 dent-[April 10, 1869)... ......... ...... 720
In House : received from the Senate, 97; No. 168-granting lands to aid in the con for appointment of a committee on polit-

referred, 125; reported, 143; discussed, struction of a railroad from Lincoln, in ical disabilities—[March 20, 1869]... 176
143; recommitted, 146.
the State of Nebraska, to Denver, Colo reports made by...

.....61,
joint resolution (S. R. No. 57) postponing rado Territory ......

....151

62, 102, 233, 439, 492, 573
the election in-[By Mr. Sumner.]
No. 177-creating an additional land dis. incidental remarks by..

..2, 9,
referred, 412.

trict in the Territory of Colorado... 176 28, 30, 31, 34, 40, 104, 152, 190, 217, 219,
bill (H. R. No. 405) authorizing the sub No. 238—granting lands and the right of 264, 304, 371, 587, 624, 653, 665, 720, 722

mission of the constitutions of Virginia, way to the Denver Central and George remarks on the resolution for a committee
Mississippi, and, to a vote of the people, town Railway Company...............412 or disabilities...... .......9, 25, 176
and authorizing the election of State No. 239-granting the right of way and on the bill relating to the Secretary of the
officers provided by the said constitu-
aid in public lands to the Denver, South Treasury....

....22
tions, and members of Congress.

Park, and Rio Grande Railway and on the bill to amend the judicial sys.
received from House, 620; printed, 620; Telegraph Company....

.....412

tem ...... ...........29, 192, 208, 213,
called up, 653; discussed, 653, 658; No. 240-granting lands to aid in the con-

214, 215, 216, 217, 439, 574, 575, 630
passed with amendments, 662; agreed struction of a railroad from Brownsville, on House bill to repeal the civil tenure
to by House, 677; enrolled, 678.
Nebraska, to intersect the Union Pacific

act..

..43, 87, 88, 109, 110,
Thayer, John M., á Senator from Nebraska, 1

railroad

....412

115, 188, 163, 177, 185, 233, 234, 245,
petitions presented by ........

..204
incidental remarks by.........

187, 474

246, 248, 322, 325, 320, 333, 394, 395
bills introduced by-

remarks on the bill granting a pension to on the resolution for the appointment of
No. 1-to repeal an act regulating the Mrs. Mary Lincoln

..... 29

a joint select Committee on Retrench-
tenure of certain civil offices. .............8 on the order of business...

350
ment..

.42, 43
No. 28-granting lands to aid in the con Title-see Lands.

on the motion for the appointment of a
struction of a railroad from Sioux City, Trademarks, bill (S. No. 265) to prevent the civil service committee...

.45
Iowa, to Columbus, Nebraska. ......... 21 counterfeiting of foreign, protected by on the order of business

.70,
No. 29—to extend the provisions of an treaty stipulations--[By Mr. Sumner.]

348, 349, 528,
act to enable the State of Arkansas
reported, 573.

on the joint resolution respecting the
and other States to reclaim the swamp Treasury Department, calls for information provisional governments of Virginia,
lands within their limits to the State of

upon

......... 151

Mississippi, and Texas......
Nebraska......
.21 communications from-

on the bill to reorganize the Navy. ..87
No. 243—amending the preëmption and asking authority to anticipate the payment on amending the Journal.....

127
homestead laws so as to require the of interest, &c.........

.. 205 on the resolution setting apart Fridays for
planting of trees on homestead and pre in regard to an appropriation for the private bills..........

151, 152
emption settlements...

.412

custom-house building at Astoria, Ore on the resolution for the assignment of a
report made by .......

439
gon..........

..581
committee-room .......

190
incidental remarks by............. 9, 21, 27, 233 in regard to an appropriation for furnishing on the resolution in regard to the pay of
remarks on Senate bill to repeal the civil the President's House

..... 718
Thomas W. Phipps.........

..232, 233
tenure act......

.........8, 32 bill (S. No. 33) to repeal a part of the eighth on the St. Croix and Lake Superior rail.
on House bill to repeal the civil tenure section of act to establish the, approved road bill.................. ..471, 472, 473
act................. 41, 43, 45, 108, 181, 183

September 2, 1789—[By Mr. Patterson.] on the resolution of adjournment......473,
on the order of business...... 291, 495, 541 read, 21; referred, 28 ; reported and

474, 608, 611
on the resolution of adjournment......387, indefinitely postponed, 61.

on the joint resolution to protect the
473, 474, 475 bill (S. No. 34) relating to the Secretary of interests of the United States in the
on the Indian appropriation bill. .388,

the-[By Mr. Sherman.]

Union Pacific railroad. ...... ...501,
450, 451
read and printed, 22; referred, 28 ;

539, 545, 668, 669
on the St. Croix and Lake Superior rail reported and indefinitely postponed, 61 on the resolution in regard to the mode
road bill
440, 471, 473 remarks by-

of appointing officers of the Senate,
on the joint resolution to protect the in-

Mr. Sherman

22
&c......

.529
terests of the United States in the Union

Mr. Sumner

22 on the bill for the removal of disabilities
Pacific railroad, 451, 475, 498, 499, 500, Mr. Trumbull.....

22

from certain persons ........541, 543, 544
501, 537, 538, 539, 540, 673, 675, 676 bill (S. No. 258) to reorganize the, and fix on the bill for the relief of Blanton Don-
on the bill for the removal of disabilities pay of its officers-[By Mr. Fessenden.]

...544
from certain persons.........
543 referred, 492.

on the deficiency bill..... .585, 657
Thurman, Allen G., a Senator from Obio....1 Treaty, bill (S. No. 264) to execute the pro on the bill relating to a site for the State
report made by........

492

visions of a certain, between the United Department building...... ....611
incidental remarks by....

... 628 States and his Majesty the emperor of all on the river and harbor bill........624, 625
remarks on the bill to strengthen the public the Russias, concluded on the 27th day of on the bill in relation to Virginia, Missis-
credit
53 January, 1868–[By Mr. Trumbull.]

sippi, and Texas...... 630, 653, 656, 657
on the bill to repeal the civil tenure reported, 573.

on the billto enforce the fourteenth amend-
act........

88, 183, 332, 395 Trees, bill (S. No.50) to encourage the growth ment of the Constitution...625, 626, 627
on billto amend the judicial system, 210,211 of forest-[By Mr. Ross.]

on the El Paso Pacific railroad bill.....677
on the currency bill
..300, 366 referred, 29.

on the bill for the publication of the
on the joint resolution to protect the bill (S. No. 243) amending the preëmption Attorney General's opinions.... 716, 717

interests of the United States in the and homestead laws so as to require on the resolution relating to the pay of
Pacific railroad........

.....502 the planting of, on homestead and pre southern Senators......718, 719, 720, 721
on the bill in relation to Virginia, Missis emption settlements-[By Mr. Thayer.]
sippi, and Texas.............620, 655, 662 referred, 412.

U.
on the bill to enforce the fourteenth amend Trumbull, Lyman, a Senator from Illinois...1 Usury laws, bill (S. No.66) to amend the, of the
ment of the Constitution.............. 626, petitions presented by ....... 31, 101, 232, 492

District of Columbia-[By Mr. Vickers. ]
627, 628, 629, 620 bills introduced by-

referred, 32.
Tiber creek, bill (S. R. No. 67) to arch, north of No. 44—to amend the judicial system of

bill (S. No. 215) to amend the, of the Dig.
Pennsylvania avenue -[By Mr. Vickers.]

the United States.

...29

trict of Columbia-[By Mr. Vickers. ]
referred, 32.

No. 75-regulating the rights of property

reported, 320.
Cipton, Thomas W., a Senator from Ne of married women in the District of; Utah, the Territory of, bill (S. No. 143) to
braska.....

.........1
Columbia ..........

define the qualifications of voters in-[By
petitions presented by....

.187, 289
No. 76—concerning divorces in the Dis-

Mr. Pomeroy.]
bills introduced by

trict of Columbia. ....

.32 referred, 86.
No. 7-granting lands and the right of No. 97-to fix the salary of the bailiff of

V.
way to the Denver Central and George the Court of Claims........... .42 Vacancies, joint resolution (H. R. No. 43)
town Railway Company............... .8 No. 264—to execute the provisions of a concerning, in the adjutant general's
No. 8-granting the right of way and aid certain treaty between the United States department.

in public lands to the Denver, South and his Majesty the emperor of all the received from House, 206; referred, 206;
Park, and Rio Grande Railway and Russias, concluded on the 27th day of reported, 217; passed, 620; enrolled,
Telegraph Company.......
........................8
January, 1868.......... .........573

630, 653.

can .........

.32

... 665
.....,665

on the

Ventilation, concurrent resolution for a joint Voters, bill (S. No. 143) to define the qualifi- | Wiard, Norman, resolution calling for inform.

select committee on the lighting, heating, cations of, in the Territory of Utah-[By ation in regard to certain contracts be:
and, of the Halls of the two Houses-[By Mr. Pomeroy.]

tween, and the Navy Department on tho
Mr. Nye, March 18, 1869.]
referred, 86.

subject of ordnance-[By Mr. Grimes,
agreed to, 128.

W.

March 5, 1869. ]
In House : received from the Senate, 146;
referred, 336.
Wagon-road, bill (S. No. 157) to provide for

agreed to, 9.
Vessels, bill (S. No. 46) to provide for the bet-

the construction of a, for military and

resolution calling for copies of contracts
ter security of the lives of passengers on,

postal purposes through the Territories between the War Department and,
propelled by steam-[By Mr. Cole.) .
of Dakota, Montana, Idaho, and Wash-

for the fabrication of ordnance-[By
referred, 29; reported, 47.
ington-[By Mr. Norton.]

Mr. Wilson, March 17, 1869.]
bill (S. No. 155) to provide for the enroll-
referred, 128.

agreed to, 103.

leave to withdraw papers of, asked...665, 667
ment and license of certain foreign-[By War Department, calls for information upon,
Mr. Chandler.]

42, 103, 217 remarks by-
read and passed, 128.
communications from ........ 190, 347

Mr. Anthony

665, 667
In House : received from the Senate, 146 ;
in regard to the navigation of certain West Mr. Conkling.

.665, 667
referred, 225.

ern rivers.......

.... 27

Mr. Edmunds
joint resolution (H. R. No. 4) relating to
Warner, Willard, a Senator from Alabama...1

Mr. Robertson
steamboats and other, owned in the
bills introduced by-

Willey, Waitman T., a Senator from West
loyal States.
No. 11-to renew certain grants of land Virginia ........

1
received from House, 265; referred, 265;

to the State of Alabama........ ..8 petitions presented by.............. 28, 85, 150,
reported, 504; discussed, 663, 665.
No. 263—to establish certain post roads

174, 204, 262, 345, 409, 492, 607, 653
Vessels of war, joint resolution (S. Ř. No. 47)

in the State of Alabama....... 532 bills introduced by-
for the relief of certain contractors for reports made by ......

.62, 411

No. 92-in addition to the act entitled
the construction of, and steam machin-

incidental remarks by.....

28, 205

“An act to incorporate the Washington
ery-[By Mr. Drake.]
remarks on the bill to renew certain land

and Georgetown Steam Packet Com.
referred, 291.

grants to Alabama...... ...8, 62, 582

pany''.

.41
Vice President, oath of office administered to

on the election of Chaplain.

.......30

No. 118—to amend an act entitled " An
and address of.......

..1
on the bill to repeal the civil tenure

act making appropriations for the legis-

act
Vickers, George, a Senator from Maryland, 1

.234, 235, 332

lative, executive, and judicial expenses
currency
bill..

...367
petitions presented by................. 102, 204

of the Government for the year ending
bills introduced by-
on the joint resolution relating to appli-

30th of June, 1870'..

.62
cants for relief from disabilities. 410
No. 66—to amend the usury laws of the
District of Columbia
on the Selma and Gadsden railroad bill, 411

No. 119–providing for the formation of
....32

423

on the Indian appropriation bill.......
No. 67—to arch Tiber creek north of

corporations and regulating the same in

the District of Columbia....... 62
on the bill for the removal of disabilities
Pennsylvania avenue ......

..32
from certain persons...

..542

No. 166—for the relief of Isabella C.
No. 68—to incorporate the Masonic Mu.
on the El Paso Pacific railroad bill.... 677

Youngs, wife of Theophilus Youngs, 151
tual Relief Association of the District
on the resolution in regard to the pay of

No. 183—to authorize subscriptions by
of Columbia .....

........ 32
southern Senators......

.721

the corporate authorities of the cities
No. 69-supplementary to the act incor-
porating the Newsboys' Home, and
Washington monument, bill (S. No. 209) to

of Washington and Georgetown to the
providing for the relief of certain minor
insure the completion of the-[By Mr.

capital stock of certain railroad com-

panies......
Nye.]

176
children in the District of Columbia, 32
No. 70—to incorporate the District of
referred, 291.

No. 211—for the relief of James C. Tay-

lor, of Montgomery county, Virginia,
Columbia Concrete Stone Company, 32 Washington, the Territory of, joint resolution

292
No. 91–to incorporate sundry churches,

(H. R. No. 48) granting the right of way
religious societies, and congregations in
for the construction of a railroad from a

No. 248—relating to copies of drawings in
the District of Columbia........

the Patent Office, and for other pur-
....41
point at or near Portland, Oregon, to a

poses...

412
No. 215—to amend the usury laws of the point west of the Cascade mountains, in.
District of Columbia ...... .....320
received from House, 475; referred, 475 ;

No. 260—for the relief of Polly Hunt,
joint resolution introduced by-

reported, 607 ; passed, 667; enrolled, 677. administratrix, and George W. Hunt,
No. 16—for the relief of Benjamin Cooley Watts, John, bill (9. No. 222) to relieve, of administrator of the estate of Walter
and James W. Boswell......

Hunt.........
the State of Mississippi, from legal and
....42

....527
report made by ........
...320 political disability-[By Mr. Pool.]

joint resolution introduced by—
incidental remarks by ......
....20 referred, 321.

No. 51-exempting all the counties of the
remarks on the election of Chaplain.......30 | Waymire, James A., bill (S. No. 217) for the States of West Virginia from the oper-

on the bill to strengthen the public credit,68 relief of, of Oregon, second lieutenant first ation of the act of Congress entitled
on the bill to repeal the civil tenure United States cavalry-[By Mr. Williams.)

"An act to declare the sense of an act
act....
......177, 178, 395 referred, 321; referred anew, 410.

entitled 'An act to restrict the jurisdic-
on the National Junction railroad bill, | Weile, Charles, bill (S. No. 82) to pay, for

tion of the Court of Claims, and to pro-
191, 192 services performed as consul at Tumbez,

vide for the payment of certain demands
on the order of business.................350 Ecuador--[By Mr. Sumner.]

for quartermaster's stores and subsist-
Virginia, joint resolution (S. R. No.14) amend referred, 34; reported, 85; passed, 152.

ence supplies furnished to the Army of
atory of a joint resolution respecting the In House: received from the Senate, 169;

the United States'".

..347
provisional governments of, and Texas, referred, 230.

reports made by .......... 151, 409, 527
passed at the third session of the Fortieth White, Passed Assistant Surgeon Charles H.,

incidental remarks by.

.28, 31,
Congress—[By Mr. Ferry.]
joint resolution (S. R.-No. 31) authorizing

41, 53, 262, 573, 586,
referred, 42; reported, 62; motion to take Lieutenant Commander Arthur A. Yates,

653, 678, 715, 716
up, 63; passed, 85.

Surgeon Albert L. Gihon, and Assistant

remarks on the bill for the benefit of Mrs.
In House : received from the Senate, 97; Surgeon Jerome H. Kidder, of the United Margaret Riddle.......

35
referred, 125; reported, 143; discussed, States Navy, to accept decorations from

on the bill for the relief of Isabella C.
143; recommitted, 146.
the king of Portugal in recognition of

Youngs..........

...151
bill (H. R. No. 405) authorizing the submis humane services-[By Mr. Sumner.]

on the bill for the relief of James C.
sion of the constitutions of, Mississippi, reported and passed, 102.

Taylor......

292
and Texas to a vote of the people, and In House: received from the Senate, 119;

on the bill for the removal of disabilities
authorizing the election of State officers referred, 225.

from certain persons...............

.542, 544
provided by the said constitutions, and White, Rollin, bill (S. No. 273) for the relief

on the deficiency bill...... .......585
members of Congress.
of—[By Mr. Carpenter. ]

on the joint resolution relating to steam-
received from House, 620; printed, 620;

boats......
reported, 667; passed, 667; passed House,

........... 666
called up, 653; discussed, 653, 658; 721.

Williams, George H., a Senator from Ore-
passed with amendments, 662; agreed In House: received from the Senate, 696; gon

1
to by House, 677; enrolled, 678.
called up, 711; passed, 714; enrolled,

petitions presented by....

.... 204, 320
Volant and Science, bill (S. No. 85) to carry 715.

bills introduced by-
into effect the two several decrees of the Whiting, William B., joint resolution (S. R. No. 53—to pay two companies of Oregon
district court of the United States for the No. 18) for the relief of, a captain,

volunteers.

.29
district of Louisiana in the cases of the formerly a commander in the Navy of the No. 56—to strengthen the public credit
British vessels-[By Mr. Sumner.]
United States—[By Mr. Carpenter.]

and relating to contracts for the pay.
referred, 41; reported, 85.
referred, 47.

ment of coin.........................

..............

..31

....47

man

man....

... 42,

Williams, George H., a Senator from Oregon- || Wilson, Henry, a Senator from Massachu- Wilson, Henry, a Senator from Massachu-
Continued.
setts-Continued.

setts-Continued.
bills introduced by-
bills introduced by-

incidental remarks by......... .41, 49,
No. 94—to amend an act entitled "An No. 98—to authorize the appointment of

102, 138, 206, 219, 262, 305, 306, 440,
act granting lands to aid in the con.
a board of commissioners to examine

495, 573, 574, 607, 620, 653, 715, 722
struction of a railroad and telegraph the claims of loyal persons in the States remarks on the bill for the relief of Orlando
line from the Central Pacific railroad, lately in rebellion for supplies furnished

Brown .......

..... ..28,129
in California, to Portland, in Oregon,

the military forces of the United States, on the bill relative to the distribution of
approved July 25, 1866 ...
.42

42
currency.

.......86, 130, 267,
No. 107—to extend to the mouth of the No. 104-to grant two million acres of

269, 270, 271, 294, 295, 300, 304, 355,
Columbia river the land grant hereto-
public lands for the benefit of public

356, 360, 362, 363, 364, 366, 367, 368
fore made for a railroad in Oregon, 47

schools in the District of Columbia...47 on the resolution of adjournment...... 152,
No. 142—to protect the title of Franklin No. 105—for the removal of certain

607, 608
Oliver, a soldier of the war of 1812, to disabilities from the persons therein on the bill to repeal the civil tenure act, 156
certain lands which he claims to have named.....

on the joint resolution to proteci the inter-
covered by military warrants

....86 No. 146--relating to the Freedmen's ests of the United States in the Union
No. 217—for the relief of James A. Way-

Bureau ......

...102
Pacific railroad....

...175,
mire, of Oregon, second lieutenant first No. 162-relating to the operations of the

217, 498, 539, 545, 547, 668, 672, 676
United States cavalry......

...321
pension laws......

...128 on the joint resolution respecting the
No. 247-relative to the military reserva. No. 199—for the relief of the heirs of

retirement of Major General Heintzel-
tion at Fort Dalles, in Oregon .......412
General William Gates. .................263

.176, 621
joint resolution introduced by-

No. 200—relating to freedmen's hospi on the joint resolution for the protection
tals......

..263
No. 20—in relation to light-houses on the

of soldiers and their heirs.............. 346,
coast of Oregon .....

No. 201—to authorize the payment of
.47

439, 573, 620, 621, 679
resolution submitted by-

moneys due J. E. Clarke and John T. on the joint resolution relating to brevet
Peabody...

263
appointments

.410
in relation to mail service to Alaska-

No. 205-granting an increase of pension on the bill for the removal of disabilities
[March 23, 1869)........

..206
to Emily B. Bidwell, widow of Briga. from certain persons.

541
reports made by........31, 188, 205, 289, 468
dier General Daniel D. Bidwell; Sallie on the deficiency bill...

.580
incidental remarks by.....

....8,

Griffin, widow of General Charles Grif: on the joint resolution concerning vacan-
49, 103, 206, 207, 289, 658

fin; and to Sarah Hackleman, widow of cies in the adjutant general's depart.
remarks on the bill to strengthen the public Brigadier General Pleasant A. Hackle-

ment.........

..620
credit............ 31, 46, 48, 49, 51, 55, 68

.291 on the El Paso Pacific railroad bill..... 677
on the bill to repeal the civil tenure act,

No. 220-to remove the political disabili. on the order of business............ 678, 716

44, 90, 322, 332 ties of Alexander Rives, of Virginia, 321 on the resolution in regard to the pay of
on the bill to amend the Central Pacific

No. 241-to relinquish the interest of the southern Senators.....719, 720, 721, 722
railroad act....

United States in certain lands to the Winslow, Alfred B., joint resolution (H. R.
188, 321, 529, 530, 532, 576, 679 city and county of San Francisco....412 No. 52) for the relief of, of Portland,
on the bill to fix the status of judge advo No. 255—supplementary to an act entitled Maine.
cates of the Army ................ .175

"An act for the relief of certain compa received from House, 293 ; referred, 305.
on the bill to amend the judicial system, nies of scouts and guides organized in || Witnesses, bill (H. R. No. 419) allowing par-

208, 212

Alabama," approved March 3, 1869,492 ties in certain cases to testify,
on the currency bill......271, 273, 296, 297 No. 272-to settle the claims of the sons received from House, 678; read, 679.
on the bill for the relief of James C. of the late Colonel William Gates, of the Woodbury, Mary, bill' (S. No. 242) for the
Taylor........

.292
United States Army..

...... 653 relief of Elizabeth Odell, and others, half-
on the order of business...... 349, 410, 528 joint resolutions introduced by-

breed women of the Sioux tribe of In.
on the Indian appropriation bill, 415, 443 No. 10—directing the Secretary of War to dians-[By Mr. Ramsey.]
on the St. Croix and Lake Superior rail. sell the Bergen Heights arsenal........ 32 referred, 412.
road bill............

..441

No. 17—authorizing the sale of the Chat. Works of art, joint resolution (H. R. No. 44)
on the joint resolution to protect the tanooga rolling-mill property at Chatta to authorize, intended for free exhibition
interests of the United States in the

nooga, Tennessee, to the Southwestern to be introduced into the United States
Union Pacific railroad............ .477,

Iron Company.

......47

without payment of duty.
668, 669, 671, 674, 676 No. 35—donating the Lincoln Hospital to received from House, 206; referred, 206 ;
on the joint resolution respecting the the Columbia Hospital for Women and reported adversely and indefinitely post-
retirement of General Heintzelman, 528 Lying.in Asylum..

....176 poned, 527.
on the deficiency bill...........532, 580, 581 No. 36-respecting the retirement of Bre Wyoming, the Territory of, bill (S. No. 144)
personal and explanatory...

.533

vet Major General S. P. Heintzel to create the office of surveyor general of,
on the bill for the removal of disabilities

...........176 and to provide for the survey of the public
from certain persons...
No. 40_authorizing the Secretary of War

lands therein--[By Mr. Drake.]
on the joint resolution for the protection to take charge of the Gettysburg and referred, 86.
of soldiers and their heirs........

..621

Antietam national cemeteries......... 205 bill (H. R. No. 134) to establish a land
on the bill in relation to Virginia, Missis No. 42—respecting the pay of enlisted men district in.
sippi, and Texas........ ...654, 655

of the Army......

.........206 received from House, 662; read, 679.
on the joint resolution relating to steam. No. 46—for the protection of soldiers and

Y.
boats.....

.664, 666
their heirs.....

....291
on the resolution in regard to the pay of

No. 48—to drop from the rolls of the Yachting, bill (S. No. 237) for the encourage-
southern Senators.....

....719 Army certain officers absent without ment of, improvement in naval architec-
Willis, James H., bill (S. No. 131) for the

leave.....

.320 ture, cultivation of naval science, and
relief of, of Greenville, Tennessee-[By

No. 55-donating condemned material to amendatory of the act authorizing the
Mr. Fowler.]

the Industrial Home School of the Dis Secretary of the Treasury to license
referred, 63.

trict of Columbia .......................... 412 yachts-[By Mr, Fenton.]
Wilson, Henry, a Senator from Massachu No. 58-for the protection of soldiers and referred, 412; reported, 607.
setts

....1
their heirs......

..... 439 | Yates, Lieutenant Commander Arthur A., joint
petitions presented by............ ...20, 47,

No. 63-authorizing the President to ap resolution (S. R. No. 31) authorizing, Sur-
84, 127, 150, 174, 231, 409, 439, 573, 607

point a commission to make a survey geon Albert L. Gihon, Passed Assistant
bills introduced by-

across the Isthmus of Darien for a ship Surgeon Charles H. White, and Assistant

.611
No. 14—to establish lines of American

railway or ship-canal.,

Surgeon Jerome H. Kidder, of the United
No. 64-appointing General Thomas States Navy, to accept decorations from
steamships between the United States

Osborn a manager for the National the king of Portugal in recognition of
of America and Europe....................8
No. 15--for the more equal distribution

Asylum for Disabled Soldiers......... 653 humane services—[By Mr. Sumner.]

resolutions submitted by-
of national banking capital...............8

reported and passed, 102.

calling for copies of contracts between the In House : received from the Senate, 119;
No. 42—for the relief of Orlando Brown, War Department and Norman Wiard referred, 225.

28

for the fabrication of ordnance-[March || Yates, Richard, a Senator from Illinois...... 20
No. 49--relating to freedmen's hospi 17, 1869)....

103
tals..........

petitions presented by .......... .20, 28
29

to define the meaning of the eight-hour remarks on the election of Chaplain........30
No. 78-to relinquish the interest of the law--[April 3, 1860]............ 468 on the bill to repeal the civil tenure act,
United States in certain lands to the reports made by......

..127,

92, 93, 94, 96
city and county of San Francisco...... 32

151, 320, 345, 346, 409, 653 personal and explanatory........ .395

man......

.........541

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