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ADDREss, President Grant's Inaugural, 416,417.
ALABAMA, Smith, Governor, vice Patten. Legislature con-
vened and XIVth amendment ratified, 428; mili-
tary rule withdrawn, 422, 428; attitude towards
XVth amendment, 488.
ALLISON, WM. B., motions on public credit bill, 396, 413.
AMENDMENT, congressional proceedings on XVth, 399–
406; to the tenure-of-office act, 413–415; resolution
as to effect of XVth, 415; votes of State legisla-
tures on the XVth, 488; proposed XVIth, 506; pro-
posed religious constitutional, 506.
AMNEs IY, General, President Johnson's Proclamation of,
ARKANSAs, military rule withdrawn, 422,428,420; admit-
CoNSTITUTION, proposed XV1tnamendment to, 506; pro-
posed religious amendment to, 506.
CoNTRACTs, express, to pay coin, 443–448.
": General P. St. G., to department of Cumberland,
CoRBETT, HENRY W., motion on XVth constitutional
Cox, JAcob D., Secretary of the Interior, 407.
CRANDALL vs. State of Nevada, 434–437.
CREDIT, bill to strengthen public, 395, 397; act, &c.,
CREsweLL, John A. J., Postmaster General, 407.
c": £eral GEORGE, to department of the Colum-
DANIEL, R. T., Virginia election dispatch to Grant,
DAvis, GARRETT, motion as to general disability bill, 393;
motions on XVth amendment, 405.
DEBT, statement of the public, 500–502.
DECISIONs, judicial, 431, 475.
DELAWARE, attitude towards XVth amendment, 489.
DISABILITIES, vote on removal of 393.
D": of ColuMBIA, further security of equal rights,
DIxox, JAMEs, motions on XVth amendment, 402,405.
Dooli TTLE, JAMES R., motion on XVth amendment, 405.
D": '" D., motions as to XVth amendment,
DUTIEs upon merchandize in French ships, 421.
EDMUNDs, GEORGE. F., resolution as to Georgia electoral
EIGIT-Hour WAGES, Grant's proclamation, 421.
ELECTIoNs of 1869, 506.
ELECTION, presidential, returns, 490; Virginia, Grant's
proclamation for, 420, 421.
E": General W. H., to department of Washington,
EQUAL RIGHTS in District of Columbia, further security,
EvARTS, WILLIAM M., Attorney General, 383; as to mili-
tary aid to United States marshals, 422,423.
EvDENCE of colored persons before military courts, 425.
ExPRESS CoNTRActs to pay coin, 413–448.
FEMALE SUFFRAGE, 506.
FIFTEENTH AMENDMENT, congressional proceedings, 399–
# resolution as to effect, 415; votes of States,
FISH, HAMILTON, Secretary of State, 406.
FLORIDA, cessation of military rule, 422, 428; ratifies
#yth amendment,428; vote on XVth amendment,
FoRTIETH CONGREss, 3d session, members of 383,384.
FoR"Y-FIRST CoNGREss, members of, 407,408.
FoURTEENTH AMENDMENT, Seward's final certificate, 417–
FowlFR, Jos. S., motions, XVth amendment, 401, 405
GENERAL AMNESTY, President Johnson's, 419.
GEORGIA, counting electoral vote, vote on representa-
tion, 393; military government ends, 422,428; mil-
itary orders as to resignation of sheriffs, intimi-
dating voters, carrying arms, armed assemblages,
the test oath, ratification of constitution, provis-
ional governor, stay law, ratification of XIVth
amendment, 428, judicial decisions as to negroes
holding office and intermarriage of whites and
blacks, 466-475; vote on XVth amendment, 489,490.
GILLEM, General A. C., assigned to fourth military dis-
trict, 422; relieved, 424.
GoRHAM, GEORGE C., Secretary United States Senate, 407.
GRANT, GENERAL U.S., orders re-districting southern
States, 422; military aid to civil authorities, 423,
424; sentences of military commissions, &c., 424;
assigns Canby to, and relieves Reynolds from, fifth
military district, 424; declared President of the
United States, 395; cabinet of 406, 407; inaugural
address, 416, 417; reconstruction message, 417;
proclamation for Virginia election, 430,421; as to
duties on merchandize, 421; eight-hour wages,
421; for Mississippi election, 505; for Texas elec-
#" 505, 506; majority for President United #".
GRIER, Justice, dissenting opinion as to status of Texas,
GRIFFIN, C.I.s AR, judicial opinions, 457-466.
HALI to K. General H. W., to military division of the
HAxcock, General W. S., to department of Dacotah,
HENDEEsox, Jon N. B., motions as to public credit bill,
396, 397; as to XVth amendment, 401.
HENDR1cks, Thomas A., substitute for resolution con-
demning Pre-ident Johnson's repudiation proposi-
tion, 391; inotion on XVth amendment, 40.
Hoar, E. Rockwoop, Attorney General, 407; opinion on
jurisdiction of military commissions, 475–178.
How Ain, Jacob M., resolution as to Georgia electoral
vote, 364; motion as to and upon XVth amendment,
401, 404, 405.; on public credit bill, 413.
HowARD, General O. O., to department of Louisiana,
ILLINois, vote on XVth amendment. 400,
INA GURAL ADDREss of PRESIDENT GRANT, 416,417.
IND1 vs \, vote on XVth amendment 490. 491.
INT 1:MARRIAGE of whites and blacks in Georgia, 474,
Iowa. Republican and Democratic platforms, 479, 480;
XVth amendment. 491.
Jonssow. President ANDarw, cabinet of 383; last annual
in 's-a <e, 384-391; general amnesty proclamation,
Joni's "r, JAMES A., motion as to effect of XVth amend-
line, lit. 411,
Jo: Iox. J. E., the surrender of, 501, 505.
Junt" - 1): 1sto\s, 4,4–17 y.
Ju so: 1)", or M if it way (*10 N.S. &c., 175–478.
K* ... vote on XVth amendment, "1.
K.N. it's sy, vote on XVth amendment. 491. 492.
Los y A. Joris, A., motion on XV th amendment. 405.
Lt 1. . . . \, ratifies XIVth amendment, 42: ; military
rule ceases, 422,429; vote on XVth armendment,
MA1: ..., vote on XVth amendment, 462.
MAR::1 \ge, INTER-, Georgia, whites and blacks, 474,475.
Mar YLAND, XVth amendment, 492.
M \s- at lit. "TTs, vote on XVth amendment, 492.
McCA1.dll, CASE, Tite, 456, 457.
McCoy, Justice, decision and opinion in White vs.
Georgia. 466–470. -
McCullo II, HUGII, Secretary of the Treasury, 383.
McPHIRSox, Edward, Clerk House of Representatives,
MEAir, General G. G., to department of South, 422; to
division of the Atlantić, 424; order as to Georgia
sheriffs’ resignations, intimidation of voters, carry-
in’s of arms, &c., test oath, ratification Georgia and
Florida constitutions, appointing Governors of
Georgia and Alabama, stay law, ratification XIVth
amendment and withdrawal of military rule from
t; corgia, Alabama, and Florida, 428.
MEMBERs of President Johnson's cabinet, 383; 40th
Congress, 3d session, 383,384; President Grant's
cabinet, 406, 407; 41st Congress, 407,408.
MERC1:4::piz: in French ships, duties on, 421.
MESS voy, President Johnson's last annual, 384-391;
President Grant’s, on reconstruction, 417.
Michie AN, vote on XVth amendment, 493,494; election
of 1869, 506.
MILITARY, aid to United States marshals and sheriffs,
423. 424; readjustment of districts, 422; orders on
reconstruction, 422, 432; jurisdiction of commis-
MILLER, Justice, opinion of the United States Supreme
Court on right of States to tax through passengers,
4:31, 437; dissenting opinion in Bronson vs. Rodes,
# 448; dissenting opinion as to status of Texas,
MINNEsot A, XVth amendment, 494.
MINortity REPRESENTATION, vote on, 392,393.
Miscell ANEoUs MATTERs, 504-506.
Mississippi bill, 410–112; Virginia and Texas bill, 408–
410; constitution lost, test oath promulgated, poll
tax annulled, colored persons competent jurors,
428, 429; Republican and Democratic platforms,
480–482; Grant's electio. proclamation, 505; XVth
Missouri, vote on XVth amendment, 494.
MoR. Tox, Oliven P., motion as to tenure-of-office bill,
398; on XVth amendment, 402,403, 404; as to Vir-
ginia, Mississippi, and Texas bill, 410; on public
credit bill, 413.
Mowgi, General J. A., to department of Louisiana, 425.
*: JAMES, objects to electoral vote of Louisiana,
NATIONAL DEBT STATEMENT, 500-502.
NEDRAERA, XVth amendment, 494.
TAx, can a State levy, upon through passengers, 434–
TAxEs, State, are they payable in United States notes,
TENNEssee, vote on XVth amendment, 498.
TENURE-of-OFFICE ACT, votes on, 397, 398; amendment,
TERRY. General A. H., to department of the South, 424;
orders colored evidence received in all cases be-
fore military courts, 425.
TEST OATH, in Virginia, 425, 426; Georgia, 428; Missis-
sippi. 429; Texas, 430.
TExAs (Virginia and Mississippi) bill, 408-410; orders as
to taxation, Presidential election, constitutional
convention, apprenticeship and tuition of children
real estate sales, education fund, test oath, 429, 430;
new constitution, 430–432; status of the State, 418–
456; Grant's proclamation for election, 505, 506;
XVth amendment, 498.
THoMAs, GeoRGE H., General, to division of the Pacific,
THURMAN, A. G., motion on public credit bill, 413.
TRUMBull, LYMAN, bill to amend tenure-of-office act, 414.
UNDERwoop, Justice, dissenting opinion in the Caesar
Griffin case, 462-466.
UNITED STATES CERTIFICATFs of INDEnTEDNESS, State taxa-
tion upon, 437; notes, State taxation on, 439–143.
UNION PAcific RAILROAD Boxins, 503.
VERMONT, Republican and Democratic platforms, 484;
XVth amendment, 498.
Vickers, GEORGE, motion on XVth amendment, 401.
VIRGINIA (Mississippi and Texas) bill, 408-410; Grant's
election proclamation, 420, 421; military orders as
to test oath, colored policemen, removing Gover-
nor Wells, reinstating him, reappointment military
officers to civil offices, registration and election offi-
cers, stay law extended, to £ election frauds,
Canby's letters justifying his test-oath order, 425–
27; judicial opinions in Caesar Griffin case, 457-166;
Republican and Democratic platforms, 481–187;
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