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Expenditures of public moneys for the civil list, foreign intercourse,

miscellaneous objects, Interior, War, and Navy Departments,
Texas creditors, redemption of Treasury notes, and interest on
the public debt for the year ending 30th of June, 1861. State-
ment of...

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Federal government in, and seizure of forts, arsenals, dock -yards,

custom-houses, &c., by the several States of South Carolina,
Georgia, Alabama, Mississippi, Louisiana, and Florida Infor-
mation by the President of the suspension of the functions of

the.....
Fisheries adjacent to the northeastern coast and islands of North

America. Correspondence with the British minister relative to
the appointment of a joint commission to inquire concerning

practices destructive of the.....
Floating batteries. (See Steamers.)
Florida. (See Army of Florida.)
Forts, arsenals, dock-yards, custom-houses, &c., by the States of

South Carolina, Georgia, Alabama, Mississippi, Louisiana, and
Florida. Information by the President of the seizure of United

States
Forts Macon, Caswell, Johnson, Clinch, Pulaski, Jackson, Marion,

Barrancas, McKee, Morgan, Gaines, Pike, Macomb, St. Phillip,
Livingston, Smith, and three at Charleston, Oglethorpe, Bar-
rancas, and New Orleans barracks, Fort Jackson, on the Mis-
sissippi, the battery at Bienvenue, Dupre, and the works at Ship
Island. Information by the Secretary of War of the unlawful

seizure, by the authorities of certain States, of
Fort Sumter, near Charleston, S C. Information by the President

in relation to the attack by the troops of the rebel States, and

surrender of......
Franking privilege, and of the reduction of postal expenses. Recom-

mendation by the Secretary of the Treasury in favor of abolish-
ing the...

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Government arsenals. (See Arsenals.)
Government of the United States, under the name of the Con-

federate States." Information by the President of the United

States of an alliance formed by certain States against the......
Government of the United States. Recommendation by the Presi.

dent of the United States to Congress to authorize the raising
of four hundred thousand men and four hundred millions of
dollars, to be used in the suppression of the insurrection of
certain States against the....

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Habeas corpus in certain cases, with his reasons therefor. Informa-

tion by the President of the United States of the suspension
authorized by him of the privilege of the writ of..

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Imports, and for other purposes.” Form of "a bill,” recommended

by the Secretary of the Treasury, “further to provide for the

collection of duties on....
Imports, and for other purposes.” Form of " a bill,” recommended

by the Secretary of the Treasury, “to provide revenue from....

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Insurrection of certain States against the general government. Re-

commendation by the President of the United States to Con-
gress to authorize the raising of four hundred thousand men
and four hundred millions of dollars, to be used in the suppres-

sion of the....
Iron-clad steamers. (See Steamers.)

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Judges of the district courts of the United States, and of the dis-

tricts in which there are vacancies. List of the names of the..

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Labrador. (See Fisheries.).
Lane as a brigadier general in the army of the United States, Cor-

respondence relating to the appointment of the Hon. James H.
Levant sloop-of-war, supposed to be lost. Recommendation by

the Secretary of the Navy that legislative provision be made

for the benefit of the families of the officers and crew of the..
Liquors. (See Tax.)
Loans. Recommendation of the Secretary of the Treasury to raise

eighty millions of dollars by taxation, and two hundred and

forty millions by
Loans actually made, showing what resources therefrom are availa-

ble under existing laws. A comparison of the acts by which

loans have been already authorized, and of the......
Loan of not less than one hundred millions of dollars, to be issued

in the form of treasury notes or exchequer bills, bearing a yearly
interest of seven and three-tenths per centum, to be paid half-
yearly, and redeemable at the pleasure of the United States,
after three years from date. Recommendation of the Secretary

of the Treasury in favor of opening subscriptions to a national..
Loan of $8,000,000, under act of February 8, 1861, and notice of

February 13, 1861, with the name of the bidder, amount bid,
rate and amount accepted, and amount declined. Schedule

of bids for the
Loan of $8,000,000, under act of February 8, 1861, and notice of

March 22, 1861, with the names and residence of bidders, rate
per centum, amount accepted, and amount declined. Schedule

of bids for the
Loan of $8,994,000, under act of February 8, 1861, and notice of

May 11, 1861, with the rate per centum, amount accepted, and

amount rejected. Schedule of bids for....
Loan, and for other purposes. Form of a bill recommended by the

Secretary of the Treasury to authorize a national.....
Long Bridge. (See Bridge )
Lyons, the British minister, to Mr. Seward, Secretary of State, in

relation to the appointment of a joint commission by Great
Britain, the United States, and France, to inquire concerning
practices destructive of the fisheries of North America, off the
coasts of Newfoundland, Nova Scotia, Labrador, and other ter-
ritories. Letter of Lord

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Marine Hospital at New Orleans, by State authorities. Information

by the Secretary of War of the illegal seizure of the United

States
Marine corps of the navy. Recommendation by the Secretary of

the Navy of an increase of the...

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Marine corps. Reports, with estimates, of the paymaster's and

quartermaster's department of the...
Mary Kimball and other vessels engaged in the slave trade. Report

of the capture of the bark.....
Masters and masters' mates from the commercial marine to meet the

wants of the naval service. Appointment of acting.
Medicine and Surgery, with estimates. Report of the Bureau of...
Military Academy at West Point. Reports of the majority and

minority of the board of visitors to the....
Militia and volunteers to suppress the insurrection in certain south-

ern States. Information by the President in relation to calls

made by him for
Militia of the country. Recommendation by the Secretary of War

for the adoption by Congress of measures for the reorganiza-

tion, upon a uniform basis, of the.....
Militia of the States and Territories. Recommendation by the Se-

cretary of War in favor of a further distribution of improved

arms among the...
Ministers abroad, in reference to the rebellion in the southern por-

tion of the Union. Report of the Secretary of State in answer
to a resolution of the Senate requesting information relative

to instructions to the United States
Mints at New Orleans, at Charlotte, and at Dahlonega. Informa-

tion from the Secretary of War of the seizure by certain State

authorities of the...
Molasses, sugar, tea, and coffee. Recommendation of the Secretary

of the Treasury to lay additional duties on.

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National loan, and for other purposes. Form of a bill recommended

by the Secretary of the Treasury to authorize a.
Naval Academy at Annapolis, Maryland, to Newport, Rhode Island,

and the necessity of legislation thereon. Report in relation to

the causes of the removal of the
Naval clerical force. (See Clerks.)
Naval observatory. (See Observatory.)
Naval officers who have recently resigned or been dismissed from

the naval service. Statement of the number of......
Naval ordnance. (See Ordnance.)
Naval iron-clad steamers. (See Steamers.)
Naval property destroyed at Norfolk navy yard, Virginia. Instruc-

tions of the Secretary of the Navy to Commodores' McCauley

and Paulding in relation to the government......
Naval sloop-of-war Levant. (See Sloop-of-war.)
Naval service to meet deficiencies in the appropriations for the fiscal

year ending June 30, 1862. Supplemental estimates for the..
Navy, accompanying the President's message, on the operations of

the Navy Department. Report of the Secretary of the....
Navy at the change of administration in March, 1861. Statement

by the Secretary of the Navy of the available force of the.....
Navy yard at Norfolk, Virginia. Information from the Secretary of

the Navy in relation to the demoralization of certain naval

officers, and the destruction of government property at the.....
Navy. Information from the Secretary of the Navy in relation to

the purchase, repairing, and building of steam gunboats for the

use of the...
Navy. Statement by the Secretary of the Navy of the number,

character, and condition of vessels in commission, &c., in the
service of the......

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Navy in relation to the blockade, &c., of the ports of the insurgent

States. Extraordinary measures adopted by the Secretary of

the....
Navy to man the vessels added to the service. Statement of the

progress of the enlistment of seamen of the
Navy ration. (See Ration.)
Navy paymasters. (See Paymasters.)
Navy surgeons. (See Surgeons and Assistant Surgeons.)
Navy marine corps. (See Marine Corps.
Navy masters and masters' mates. (See Masters and Masters' Mates.)
Navy for the appointment of an officer to be known as the “Director

of Ordnance,” to have the immediate supervision of the manu-
facture, description, and supply of ordnance for the navy, &c.

Recommendation by the Secretary of the
Navy for an increase of the clerical force in the Navy Department.

Recommendation of the Secretary of the...
Neutrality. (See Armed Neutrality.)
Newfoundland. (See Fisheries.)
New Mexico. (See Army of New Mexico.)
New Orleans, Charlotte and Dahlonega. Information from the

Secretary of War of the unlawful seizure, by State authorities,

of the United States mints at
Nightingale and other vessels engaged in the slave trade on the

coast of Africa. Report of the capture of the ship....
Northeastern Virginia. (See Army of Northeastern Virginia.

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Observatory and the appointment of his successor, Report in rela-

tion to the desertion of the post of Superintendent of the Naval..
Officers from the regular army and the other half from civilians.

Views of the Secretary of War in favor of selecting one-half of

the new regimental.
Officers of the navy in relation to the rebellion. Views of the Secre-

tary of the Navy in regard to the demoralization of some and

fidelity of other
Officers of the customs, directing them to intercept the transportation

of arms, munitions of war, provisions, &c., to persons in those
States now in open rebellion against the Union. Circular to

the
Ordnance department in Washington city. Report of the operations

of the
Ordnance and Hydrography, with estimates. Report of the Bureau of.

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Pacific. (See Army of the Pacific.)
Paymasters in the navy, and a recommendation of an increase of

paymasters. Report in relation to supplying the want of pay-

masters by the temporary appointment of acting....
Paymaster's and quartermaster's departments in the marine corps.

Reports with estimates of the......
Pennsylvania. (See Army of Pennsylvani..)
Ports of insurrectionary States against foreign commerce, or of pro-

viding for the collection of duties on shipboard or elsewhere
beyond the reach of obstructions to the collection of the revenue.
Recommendation of the Secretary of the Treasury in favor of

the adoption of measures to close the......
Postal expenses, as a measure of retrenchment of government ex-

penditures. Recommendation by the Secretary of the Treasury
in favor of abolishing the franking privilege, and of reducing the.

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President of the United States, at the commencement of the session,

on the state of the Union, with reports of the Secretaries of

War and Navy accompanying the same. Message of the......
President of the United States, communicating correspondence with

the British minister relative to the appointment of a joint com-
mission to inquire concerning practices destructive of the
fisheries adjacent to the northeastern coast and islands of North

America. Message of the.
President of the United States, communicating a report of the Sec-

retary of State in answer to the resolution of the Senate re-
questing information relative to instructions to the United
States ministers abroad in reference to the rebellion in the

southern portion of the Union. Message of the......
President of the United States, communicating the report of the

Secretary of the Navy in answer to a resolution of the Senate
requesting information concerning the imprisonment of Lieu.
tenant John L. Worden, of the navy, at Montgomery, Alabama.

Message of the
President of the United States, communicating the report of the

Secretary of the Navy in answer to a resolution of the Senate
requesting information concerning the quasi armistice alluded
to in the President's message of the 4th instant. Message of

the...
President of the United States, communicating the correspondence

relating to the appointment of the Hon. James H. Lane as a
brigadier general in the army of the United States. Message

of the....
Property of the people of the United States, and the amount that

may be raised therefrom at different rates of ad valorem taxa-

tion. Statement of the value of the real and personal.....
Provisions and Clothing, with estimates. Report of the Bureau of..
Provisions, and other supplies to persons in those States in open

rebellion against the constitutional authorities of the Union.
Circular of the Secretary of the Treasury to officers of the cus-
toms, directing them to intercept the transit of arms, munitions

of war.
Public creditors. (See Creditors.)
Public debt. (See Debt.)

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Quartermaster General's department. Recommendation by the Sec-

retary of War for the increase of the power of the...
Quartermaster's departments in the marine corps. Reports, with

estimates, of the paymaster's and..
Quasi armistice referred to by the President of the United States in

his message of the 4th instant, by reason of which the com-
mander of the frigate Sabine refused to transfer the United
States troops into Fort Pickens in obedience to his orders, &c.
Answer of the Secretary of the Navy to the resolution of the
Senate of the 19th instant, requesting information concerning
the...

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Railway lines as were required to form a connexion with the States

from which troops and supplies were expected. Statement of
the Secretary of War on the taking possession, from necessity, of

such...
Railroads for the military use of the government. Recommenda-

tion by the Secretary of War of an appropriation by Congress
for the reconstruction and equipment of

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