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INDEX TO MANUAL OF 1869.
ADDRESS, President Grant's Inaugural, 416, 417.
CONSTITUTION, proposed Xviin amendment to, 500; pro-
vened and XIVth amendment ratitied, 428; mili- | CONTRACTS, express, to pay coin, 443-448.
406; to the tenure-of-office act, 413-115; resolution Cox, Jacow D., Secretary of the Interior, 407.
CROOKE, General George, to department of the Colum-
ted to representation, 428,429; vote on XVth amend- DANIEL, R. T., Virginia election dispatch to Grant,
motions on XVth amendment, 405.
DECISIONS, judicial, 454, 475.
DISABILITIES, vote on removal of, 393.
Dixon, JAMES, motions on XVth amendment, 402, 405.
DRAKE, CHARLES D., motions as to XVth amendment,
DUTIES upon merchandize in French ships, 421.
471; opinion of Georgia supreme court as to inter- vote, 393.
EIGHT-HOUR WAGES, Grant's proclamation, 421.
ELECTION, presidential, returns, 499; Virginia, Grant's
Evony, General W. H., to department of Washington,
tary aid to United States marshals, 422, 423.
EVIDENCE of colored persons before military courts, 425.
attitude towards XVth amendment, 488. FEMALE, SUFFRAGE, 506.
Washington, 422; to first military district, 424; to 406; resolution as to effect, 415; votes of States,
GEORGIA, counting electoral vote, vote on representa-
vs. Nevada, 436, 437; opinion of United States Su- itary orders as to resignation of sheriffs, intimi-
trict, 422; relieved, 424.
GRANT, GENERAL U. S., orders re-districting southern
President, .395; Vice President and President of 424; sentences of military commissions, &c., 424;
assigns Canby to, and relieves Reynolds from, fifth
United States, 393; cabinet of, 406, 407; inaugural
proclamation for Virginia election, 420, 421; as to
421; for Mississippi election, 505; for Texas elec-
GRIER, Justice, dissenting opinion as to status of Texas, | NEGRO office-holding in Georgia, 466-474.
NEVADA, vote on XVth amendment, 494.
NEW HAMPSHIRE, vote on XVth amendment, 494, 495;
NEW JERSEY, XVth amendment, 495.
VIDLACK, WILLIAM E., motion as to public credit bill, 396.
tion of XIVth amendment, 427; military rule
demning Pre-ident Johnson's repudiation proposi- Norrs, United States, for State taxes, Supreme Court
jurisdiction of military commissions, 476-478. OFFICIAL proclamations of the year, 417-421.
rote, 391; motion as to and upon XTihamendment, vote on Xvih amendment, 196, 497.
ORDERS on reconstruction, 422-432.
PACIFIC Railroad bonds, 503.
PAINT, HALBERT E., resolution as to Georgia congress-
PASSINGER TAX, can States levy a through, 431-437.
483, 481; vote on Xith amendment, 497.
m'ssage', 384-391; genoral amnefty proclamation, POLITICI. Votes, o session, 10th Congress, 301-598; 1st
Session 41st Congress, 408-115.
PUBLIC (REDIT,bill, 297-297: Act, 112, 113.
PLBLIC DERT, stationen. 500-R.
RANDALL, .11.EY ANDER W.,
PINOT General $3.
RAWLINS, JOUX A., Secretary of War, 400; Attorney Gen.
eral 110-lettr t'), on jurisdiction of military
additional legislation. 108-115; Grant's message on
417; military orders, 422-432.
REPRESENTATION, minority, 392, 393; of Georgia, 393.
REPRESENTATIVES, Members of House of, 407.
RESOLUTIONS condemning President Johnson's repudia.
REYxolds, General J. J., assigned to fifth district, 422,
424; relieved, 421; orders cessation military rule
to send Presidential electors, is removed, rein.
division of the Atlantic, 424; order as to Georgia RHODE ISLAND, XVth amendment, 497; election of 1869,
Congress, 3d session, 383, 384; President Grant's SCHOFIELD, General J.M., Secretary of War, 333; assigned
to department of the Missouri, 425.
SEWARD, WILLIAM H1., Secretary of State, 383; final cer-
SEYMOUR, HORATIO, Presidential vote, 499.
423, 121; readjustment of districts, 422; orders on iana, to division of the Missouri, 424.
ston, 504, 505.
Court on right of States to tax through passengers, proposed, 506.
ment, 497, 498.
STATE PLATFORMS of 1869, 478-488.
State Tax on through passengers, 434-137.
STATISTICAL TABLES, 500-502.
410; constitution lost, test oath promulgated, poll STEWART, WILLIAM M., motions, XVth amendment, 400,
himself removed, 425.
SUFFRAGE, Female, 506.
398; on XVth amendment, 402, 403, 404; as to Vir- 398; motion on XVth amendment, 402, 403; on
SURRENDER of General Johnston, 504, 505.
TABLES, statistical, 500-602.
TAXATION, State, upon United States certificates, 437-
439; of United States notes, 439-443.
Tax, can a State levy, upon through passengers, 431- XVth amendment, 498; election of 1869, 506; Dan-
iel's dispatch to Grant, 506.
Georgia representation, removal of disabilities, 312,
393; popular, for President, 499.
condemning President Johnson's repudiation plan,
orders colored evidence received in all cases be- equal rights in Disiriet of Columbia, 395; public
credit bill, 395-397; tenure-of-office art, 337, 398;
41st Congress, 1st session, 408-115; Virginia (Mis-
to taxation, Presidential election, constitutional 410-112; public credit act, 412, 413; amendment to
WARNER, Justice, dissenting opinion in White 18.
WARNER, WILLARD, motions, XVth amendment, 401, 403.
tion upon, 437; notes, State taxation on, 439-143. platforms, 487, 484; election of 1869, i.
WEDB, General A. S., to first military distriet, reinstates
oftice, is relieved, 27, 42.
election proclamation, 420, 421; military orders as WHITE 18. GEORGIA, opinion of Georgii stiri ine court,
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