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Committee, select, to establish a bureau of emancipation referred to. (See
Emancipation) ..........

204
(See H. R. 683 )
in regard to interest of government employés in banking

institutions having contracts or dealing in stocks. 115 to 117, 127, 202
report submitted...........
in regard to ship canal around Falls of Niagara-revived-
bill, &c., reported.........

135, 602
(See H. R. 782.)
on military and post road from New York to Washington.. 181, 188

(See H. R. 677.)
authorized to send for persons and papers, &c.......
additional member authorized on .......

211
motion to suspend rules to submit report.......
bill and report submitted........

613
See H. R. 793.
on charges made by correspondent of New York Tribune, re-
port of......................

181
on government contracts, refusal of witness to testify before 192,202
subject of hides, hoofs, &c., referred to..................

205, 206
resolution in regard to steamer Cataline ..........

506
report submitted.....

600
minority views ........

...600, 609, 615, 617
on D. P. Holloway's management of the Patent Office.

authorized to employ a stenographer....

report and resolution submitted and agreed to ..........

on alleged abstraction of a report from the Clerk's office.....
Committee, standing, on the Judiciary, authorized to appoint a clerk.... ....

on Private Land Claims, T. A. D. Fessenden in place of

C. W. Walton, resigned.......
on Private Land Claims, A. Walker in place of L. Han-

chett, deceased ........
on Military Affairs, E. McPherson in place of F. P. Blair,

jr., resigned......
on Military Affairs, G. H. Yeaman in place of J. S. Jackson,

deceased ..........................................
on Public Expenditures, J. H. Campbell in place of L.

Hanchett, deceased ................................
on Invalid Pensions, proposition to allow a clerk to.....
on Naval Affairs, authorized to appoint a clerk - ........
of Ways and Means, leave granted to sit during sittiogs
of the House .........................

138
of Elections, proposition of Mr. Dawes to be excused on . 227, 230
on Public Lands, compensation allowed clerk..........
prepared to report, authorized to hand in same to the

* 612
Compensation of privates, &c., in army ................... 11,29,56, 66, 244, 245, 247, 541

See H. R. 589, 600, and S. 432 and S. 509.
for clothing lost by soldiers in army...

See H. R. 588.
bounty and pension to officers and men in western department..

See H. Res. 118.
of district attorney of Michigan for defence of suit against United
States..................... ..........------

See H. R. 640.
of clerks of paymasters in the navy ......

See H. R. 689.
of clerks of paymasters in the army.....
of officers of the army, giving construction to act to define....

See H. Res. 139.
of the commandant of the navy yard at Mare island, California.

See H. Res. 145.
of treasurer of the United States, &c..........

See S. 526.
of Indian agents in Nevada and Utah....

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Compensation of collectors of the customs on the northern, northeastern, and
northwestern frontiers-----------------. ------- ----------- 572
See H. R. 551.
of surveyors of customs at Albany and Troy, New York-...--. 580
See S. 275.
of judges, &c., under treaty with Great Britain in regard to
slave trade.------------------------------ --------------- 581
of expelled members of the 37th Congress---...----...--------- 582,601, 602
of clerk to the Committee on Public Lands.......... ---...... 583
of W. K. Mehaffey, as assistant reading clerk......... -------- 597
“Concord,” brig, to change the name of.------------------------- ------ - 410
See S. 520.
Conference committee on H. R. 581, judgments in certain suits).---- ---------- 85,91
on H. R. 561, (officers of revenue cutter service).----. 244, 298,299, 309
on H. R. 617, (deficiencies).............. ------ -333,346, 351,362,363
on H. R. 635, (legislative, &c.) 337,348,433,437,461, 462
on H. R. 591, (indemnity to the President, &c.).---430,439, 510 to 524,
525,539, 540, 565
on H. R. 659, (ways and means)---.445,446,499 to 502, 503, 504,507,
509, 510,524,535, 536
on S. 407, (Wisconsin courts)----------------------- 456,464,492, 527
on H. R. 708, (naval service).----. ----------------- 462,472, 529,530
on S. 492, (post office laws).---------------------------- 464, 534, 536
on H. R. 226, (Court of Claims)----------------. 505, 507,542, 543,549
on S. 515, (increase of major and brigadier generals)--506, 508, 525,526
on S. 554, (convention with Peru).-------...---. 568,576, 589, 590,591
on H. R. 770, (internal revenue).-----...------- 570, 572, 589, 591, 592
on H. R. 732, (sundry civil expenses)........... ..... 605,609, 613,614
Confiscation of property used for insurrectionary purposes, amendatory of act for. 85
See H. R. 615.
on printing extra copies of message on------------------------. 86
law for, in the District of Columbia.--------------------------- 162, 194
repeal of resolution prohibiting forfeiture of real estate beyond life
of offender--------------------------------- ----------- ---- 226
to amend act to suppress treason, &c.---------- ---------------- - 373
See H. R. 743.
Congressional Globe, for the purchase of.-----------. --------------- -------- - 581
Connecticut, members from the State of appear, viz:
J. E. English, D. Loomis, and G. C. Woodruff -...--. ------------ 3
A. A. Burnham.--------- --------------------------- --------- 31
Conscription act. (See S 511.)
Constitution of the United States, proposed amendment of...... ------ --------- 29
Consular pupils, report in regard to--------------------------------- ------ 140
Consular and diplomatic expenses, appropriations for .....----. ---------------- 138
See H. R. 649.
Contraband fund, payments on account of, at Beaufort, S.C.-----------------. 77
Contrabands, expenses of, &c.-------------------------------------------- 175,425
medicines and medical attendance for.---- ------------------- 305
See H. R. 610.
Contingent expenses of the Treasury Department-------------------- -------- 82
of the State Department.------------------------------ - 229
of the House of Representatives------------------------ - 447
of the Interior Department.---------------------------- 491
of the military establishment--------------------------- 578
Contractors for naval supplies, adjustment of claims of.-------- ------------ 339
See H. Res. 141.
Contracts, amendatory of act prohibiting members and others from taking con-
sideration for procuring----------------- ------ --------------- 410
See S. 473
Coolie trade, as to vessels engaged in --------------------------- ---------- 210
Correspondence with rebels, to prevent -------------------------------------- 392
See S. 451.
Cotton, proposed admission of, from foreign countries, duty free------------- 30
Cottonizing flax, as to expediency of government aid to experiments for----- - 115
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Court of Claims, reports from, laid before the House ----------------------- 123
amendatory of act for the establishment of................. 224
See H. R. 226.
bills of, (see after House bills.)
Courts of the United States, relative to witnesses in -------------------- ------ 48
See H. R. 590.
judgments in suits brought by the United States.--- 29
See H. R. 581.
authorizing writs of error from circuit to district, in
criminal cases--------------------------------- 48
to authorize special session of district courtin Indiana 60
See S. 405.
to fix the terms of the circuit, in Wisconsin........ 65
See S. 407.
repair, &c., of court-rooms at Louisville, Kentucky- 67
See H. R. 603.
times and places for holding, in Iowa, Minnesota,
and Kansas-------------------- ---------- ----- 67
See H. R. 608.
compensation of attorney for western district of Wir-
ginia --------------------------------------- - 103
See H. Res. 43.
to divide the State of Michigan into two judicial dis-
tricts, &c.------------------------------------ 124
See H. R. 267.
concerning the district, of Washington Territory.... 125
See H. R. 636.
to provide circuit, for districts of California and
Oregon--------------------------------------- 148,504
See H. R. 652 and S. 548.
to provide for holding special terms of the circuit
and district --------------------- ------------- 172
See H. R. 666.
to enable district, to issue executions, &c.......... 192
See H. R. 678.
lien of judgments in, in district of Indiana....... - 211
See H. R. 692.

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amendatory of acts respecting the judicial system... 98,214,334
See H. R. 618, 721, and S. 437.
imprisonment of persons convicted of crime in the
District of Columbia------------------ --------- 46,232
See H. R. 587 and S. Res. 125.
expenses of repairs of United States court-house at

Boston--------------------------------------- 300
- See H. R. 409
concerning pardons and remissions of penalties in
criminal cases--------------------------------- 329
See S. 440.
to make Wisconsin a part of the 9th judicial circuit. 333
See H. R. 720.
relating to juries in ----------------------------- 338
See S. 481.
to change the times of holding, in the 7th circuit.. 338
See S. 488.
proposed purchase of certain property for use of, &c.,
in New York ----- --------------------------- 353
to allow the United States to prosecute appeals, &c.,
without security ----------- --------------- ---- 374
See S. 516.
to change the times of holding the United States cir-
cuit and district, in Indiana.------------------- 408
See H. R. 762.
to give greater efficiency to the judicial system of the
United States---------------------- ----------- 415

See S. 494.

Courts of the United States, to reorganize, in the District of Columbia..........
See S. 359.

to authorize judges of, to take bail to secure trial of
state prisoners.--------- --------------- -------

See H. R. 362.
to regulate the holding of, in New Mexico.........

See H. R. 775.
in reference to district, for western district of Virginia

See H. R. 776.
to facilitate taking of depositions to be used in other
countries-------------------------------------
See S. 562.
terms of the circuit and district, in Iowa......... --
See S. 407.
Crimes, to define and punish certain, against the United States.............
Criminal cases, concerning pardons and remission of penalties in....... ------
See S. 440.
Cuba, tonnage duties exacted from United States vessels in the ports of......
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Caldwell, J. H....... ------------------------------------------------- -
California, wine-growers of taxation -----------------------------------.
citizens of, for protection from the depredations of Indians..... -
trustees of the city of Benicia....... ------------------------- -
citizens of Petaluma -------------- -------------------------- -
Carr, Mrs. H.--------------- -------------- --------------------------- -
Carroll, W. C.--------------- ------------------------------ -------------
See H. R. 702.
Carter, John C.----. ------------------ --------------------------------
Caverly, Rebecca M------------------------------------- -------- ------ -
See H. Res. 137 and 153.
Chase, S.P.----. ------ ------ ------------------- ------- --------------- -
Chenery, Richard.-------- ----------------------------- --------------- -
See H. R. 653.
Chester, William H...... ------------------------------ ----------------
Chorpenning, George -------------------------------------------------
- See H. Res. 157.

Christie, John, and others.....
Christy, Joshua M.......

Clapp, Cyrus.-------------------- ---------------------- ---------------
See S. 477.
Clark, Samuel-...-- ---------------------------- ------ -----------------
Clark, Mrs. S. D------------ ------------------------------------- ------
Cole, Darius S----------------------------------- ---------------- ------
See H. R. C. C. 115 and S. 571.
Colorado Territory, citizens of, military road.-------------------- ---------
for a distributing office to the Post Office De-
partment -------------------------------

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legislature of, increase of jurisdiction in the probate court.
printing of laws in the Spanish language..

Connecticut, citizens of, in relation to taxation ---------------------------
Corbett, Cooper -------------------------------------------------------
Corbett, Virgil P.......... ---------------- --------- ------------------ -
Cradlebaugh, John --------------------------------- -------------------
See S. 313.
Crary, Archibald C-----------------------------------------------------
Crosbie, H. R.---------------------------------- -----------------------
Curtis, Walter, and H-------------------------- ------------------------
D.
Dakota, delegate from the Territory of, appears, viz:
J. B. S. Todd ---------- ----------- -----------------------------

public buildings in...... ------ ----------------------------------

7
105
190
139
139
199

139
45
105

56
106

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Dakota, mineral resources of .----------------------- --------------------
clerks of territorial legislature of...----------------
See H. R. 739.
military roads in ------------------------------------- ----------
in regard to direct tax in..... -------
Indians in -----------------------------------------------------
See H. R. 791.
grant of lands for railroad purposes in----------------------------
- See H. R. 672.
in regard to the veto power of the governor in --------------------
estimates of appropriations for.----------------
appropriation for taking the census in ........ --
See H. R. 705.
Lieutenant Warren's report of explorations in --------------------
Dashiell, Rev. J. H., in regard to arrest of........ --------------- - ----
Davis, Commander Charles Henry, thanks of Congress to, and other officers of
the navy-------------------------- ----------------------------- -----
See H. Res. 112.
Deaths, Hon. John R. Thomson, Senator from New Jersey
Hon. Luther Hanchett, member from Wisconsin-...------. --------
Hon. James Alfred Pearce, Senator from Maryland.----------------
Debate, closed on H. R. 617, (deficiency) ---...----. -------------------- 121,
closed on H. R. 635, (legislative).---------------------------------
closed on H. R. 659, (ways and means) ------------------- ------ 195,
closed on H. R. 708, (naval).............. --------------- ---------
closed on H. R. 707, (fortifications).------------------------ -------
closed on H. R. 731. (Indian appropriations)
closed on H. R. 732, (sundry civil expenses).............. ----------
closed on S. 511, (conscription) -----------------------------------

closed on H. R. 770, (internal revenue).----...--. ------------ ------
Defences of the great lakes, report on, (Mr. Conkling's).-------------------
Deficiencies, appropriations for...-- ----------------------- ------ --------- -

See H. R. 617.
Del ware, member from the State of, appears, viz:
G. P. Fisher--------------------------------------------------
indemnity to certain citizens of, for expenses in defence of the
United States ------------------------------------------ ----
See H. R. 321.
emancipation in----------------------------------------------
Departments, heads of, in regard to appointments for temporary discharge of
duties of.-----------------------------------------
Depositions, to facilitate the taking of, to be used in other countries---...---
See S. 562.
District of Columbia, inquiry proposed in regard to military governor of
relative to validity of deeds for public squares or lots in
Washington --------------------------------------
See H. R. 585, 599.
to provide for imprisonment of persons convicted of crime
See H. R. 587 and S. Res. 125.
for the opening of 6th street west, in Washington.----.
See S. 226.
granting use of Judiciary square for free library for sol-
diers-------------------------------- -------------
See H. Res. 125.
confiscation law in ----------------
See H. R. 743
to incorporate Washington Theatre Company...... -....
See H. R. 684.
in regard to amendment of charter of Washington and
Georgetown Railroad Company ---------------------
See H. R. 701.
* in regard to the Bullion Bank and banking institutions in
slaves escaping into, from Maryland.------------------

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140
508

32,33
40,63

46,232
63

147
194,230,373
174,204

176,225,294

180, 181
184

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