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Reports of battle of Chickamauga transmitted
to Congress, 63.
Brallsford, E. D., 3.58, 428.
BramlilUt. W. B., 460, 473.
Brame. IV. II.. 116, 138.
Brander. T. A.. 612, 626.
Brandon. John I)., 238, 248.
Brandon. William L., 41, 345. 411,466.
Branha;n. H. R., 3;!6, 377.
Brannon. John, 238, 248.
Bransford. J. S., 436, 5l8.
Brantly, IV. F., 350, 585.
Braselnian, B. L., 96, 100, 199, 217.
Brashear. U. F., 239, 248.
Brasher. E. «., 115, 137.
Brasher. S. r., 41.
Bratton, John, 143, 203, 353, 411.
Braxton. ('. M., 86, 100, 217.
Bray, >V. H., 173, 203.
Brazil.

Commissioner to, 298, 312, 314, 327.

Restitution for seizure by United States of C. S. S.
Florida, 298, 314, 327.
Breckinridge, Cary, 392, 393, 428.
Breeklnrldffo, John ('.

Secretary of War, 525, 529, 530, 537-539, 546-548.
557, 558, 564, 570, 578, 586, 587, 592, 593, 611, 613-
615, 621-625, 632, 654-6.57, 665-667, 684, 685, 692-
695, 715-717, 731-734, 737, 738, 743.
Brent, J. L., 464,504.
Brent. P., 41. 43, .56.
Urent. Thomas Y., jr., 492.
Urevard. Theodore W., 242, 247.
Brewer, I'erey, .592.
Brewer, William P., 463, 504.



Brian, T. W., 116, 138.

Brlfkell, James N., 199, 217.

Brideer. J. P., 239, 248.

Bridgers, Robert R. (North Carolina).
Representative in Second Con fed era te Congress.
Conference committees, 162, 617.

Brlgham, H. D., 238, 248.

Bristow, B. W., 339, 406.

BrJtton, E. W., 337, 405.

Britton, Henry f., 530, 536.

Broadfoot. Charles W.. 492.

Brofk, Jos. B., 336, 377.

Brock, M. E., 173, 203.

Brockman, Benjamin T., 3.54.

Brodnax, Robert, 492, .521.

Brogden, Arthur, 337, 377.

Brogden, H. H., 349, 392.

Broocks, L. W., 199, 217.

Brookes. J. V.. 117, 138.

Brooks, J. H., 301.

Brooks, John S.. 43, 56, 492.

Brooks, Leslie E., 122, 145.

Broome, James A., n'SS, 55.3.

Brosnahau, (i. O., 338, 405.

Brown, A. J., ^97, 429.

Brown, Albert 0. (Mississippi).
Bills, resolutions, etc., introduced by, 12, 13, 68,
73, 82, 110, 171, 210, 269, 270. 276, 295, 316, 331,
344, 388, 418, 425, 499, 514, ,521, 526, 528, 579, 601,
631, 637, 670, 734.
Committees:
Conference, 162.

Naval Affairs, 10, 24, 25, .56, 60, 66, 67, 77, 80, 102,
128, 130, 144, 163, 202, 287, 296, 322, 341, 362, 364.
372, 373, 443, 454, 4,58, 518, 523, 534, 559, 640.
Special, 7. 33, 156.
Petition.s, papers, etc., presented by, 20, 34, 276,

314, 518, 604, 718.
Senator in Second Confederate Congress, 5, 265.
Yea and nay votes, 21, 47, 67, 68, 75, 81, 94, 139,
150, 152, 157, 158, 167, 168, 181, 182, 187, 188, 191,
192, 195, 211, 212, 218, 228, 286, 323, 330. 340, 381,
382, 384, 385, 387. 408, 446, 447, 454, 457, 4.58, 482,
490, 498-500, 502, 509, 513, 520, 524, 528, .'35, 541,
544, 552, 553, 5.56-558, 562, .563, 567, 577, 580, .585,
589, 598, 601, 602, 609, 618, 634, 636, 640, 641, 646.
647, 6.53, 669, 671, 673, 687, 696, 710, 718, 720, 721,
723-725, 734, 742.

Brown, Daniel E., 84, 95, 462.

Brown, George P., 435.

Brown. George W., 20, 31.

Brown, H. M., 124.

Brown, H. .H. l'. t'., 592.

Brown, Isaac >'., 121, 144, 222-224.

Brown. J. J.. 367, .517.

Brown. J. P., 43, 56.

Brown, J. Wilcox, 198, 217, 409, 47^

Brown. James D., 533, 543, 595, 605

Brown, John C, 319, 350, 581.

Brown, John W., 113,137.

Brown, M. A., 335, 377.

Brown, P. H., 338, 405.

Brown, Pike. 123, 145.

Brown, R. (J., 160, 165.

Brown. S. II., 87, 165.

Brown. T. ('., 117, 138.

Brown, W. W., 348.



INDEX.



751



Browne, «. H., 41, 49.
Browne, H. >., 347, 391.
Browne, J. M., 92, 95.
Browne, Orris A., 264, 296.
Browne, William M., 346, 347, 577.
Broyles, I'harles E., 3.53, 358, 427.
Bruce, Ell 31. (Kentucky).

Representative in Second Confederate Congres.s.
Conference committee, 221.
Bruce, W. Ballard, 87, 165.
Brumby, G. McD., 117, 138.
Bruns, John Dickson, 116, 137.
Bruster, E., 3.58, 428.
Bryan, B. B., 422.
Bryan, B. S.,436.
Bryan, E. S., 624, 632.
Bryan, George D., 124, 145.
Bryan, Goode, 41, 346.
Bryan, J. H., 238, 248.
Bryan, J. K., jr., 238, 248.
Bryan, L., et al., 429.
Bryan, L. E. 31., 613.
Bryant, .1. f. H., 124, 530, 536.
Bryant, W. J., 238, 248.
Buchanan, Franklin.

Appointment, 121, 144.

Privilege of Senate floor, 601.
Buchanan, J. H., 358, 428.
Buchanan, Samuel H., 18, 31, 84.
Buckner, F. P., 93.
Buckner, John T., 349.
Buckner, R. T., 237,247.
Buckner, S. B., 345, 466.
Bufflnirton, J. t'., 348, 391.
Buford, Abraham, 73, 731.
Buildings, Public.

Condition of Senate Chamber for secret ses-
sions, 68.

Provision for lighting and warming the Exec-
utive Mansion, 401, 518, 524.
Bulst, George L., 320, 328.
Bulger, Michael J., 353, 398, 427.
Bull, James H., 238, 248.
Bull, >. A., 111,137.
Bullock, Robert, 347, 466.
Bunch, W. H., 338, 406.
Burden, Thomas, 666, 674.
Bureau of Conscription.

Action on report of Superintendent, 184.

Reorganization, ■55>-557.

Vacating offices in, 443.
Bureau of Foreign Supplies.

Establishment, 34, .50, 70-72, 206, 207, 231.
Bureau of Inspection.

Establishment, 617, 627.
Bureau of Polytechnics.

Establishment, 138, 147, 1.51, 157, 220.
Bureau of Special and Secret Serylce.

Establishment, 610, 652, 6.53, 683.
Burges, R. I"., 116,138.
Burgess, MlUiam R., 338,406.
Burk, E. A., 367,. 517.
Burke, Edmund, 414.
Burke, Frank E., 399,4.39.
Burke, 31. ('., 199,217.
Burke, 3Iartin, 45,56,357,359,427.
Burke, R. E., 353,427.



Burkhalter, V. McK., 338, 406.
Burks, John C, 611.
Burks, Richard H., 411,521.
Burnet, James, 359.
Burnett, Henry C. (Kentucky).
Absent without leave, 646.
Bills, resolutions, etc., introduced by, 64, 154,
186, 379, 443, 454,468,513,516,528,549,575,581,
636, 720.
Committees:
Claims, 11, 21, 30, 63, 90, 130, 163, 219, 807, 329,

500, 516, 519, 522, 543, .572, .576, 591, 617, 719.
Conference, 221, 542, .568, 628.
Engrossment and Enrollment, 206.
Military Affairs, 10, 29, 118, 184, 233, 240, 244, 247,
403, 495, 512-514, 569, 579, 581, .585, .594, 669, 737.
Leave of absence, 288, 334, 405.
Petitions, papers, etc.. presented by, 606.
Senator in Second Confederate Congress, 5, 2-51.
Yea and nay votes, 21, 31, 64, 75,81,94, 132, 133,
139, 157, 158, 167, 181, 182, 187, 188, 191-193, 195,
196, 204, 205,207,211,212,218-220,228,229,307,
323, 330, 381, 382,384,385,387,44-5,446,4.54,4.57,
458, 482, 490, 498-500, 502, 503, 509, 513, 520, 524,
528, 535, .541, 544, .5.52, 5-53, 556-558, 562, 563, 667,
569, 577, .580, 585, 589, 591, .598, 602, 609, 610, 618,
636, 653, 663, 669, 671, 673, 710, 711, 720, 721, 723-
725, 734, 742.
Burns, Robert, 369,517,614,626.
Burr, W. H., 424,473.
Burroughs, A. J., 463,505.
Burrus, F. R., 349,392.
Burt, W. G., 309,321.
Burton, G. B., 339,406.
Burtwell, J. R. B., 483, 553.
Burwell, Armlstead, 348.
Bush, Louis, 27, 165.
Bussey, Hezekiah, 3.57, 359, 428.
Butler, Andrew P., 356, 358, 427.
Butler, Charles F., 463, 504.
Butler, J. P., 83, 95, 438.
Butler. Jasper, 337, 405.
Butler, 31. C, 319, 326.
Butler, O. >., 400, 448.
Butler, S. L., 240,248.
Butt, Walter B., 121, 144.
Buxton, Jarvls, 396, 429.
Byington, 3Iylo N., 76, 90.
Byrd, S. 31. H., 436,504.
I'abanlss, T. B., 28, 48.
Cabell, G. C, 356,427.
Cabell, John Gratton, 116, 137.
Cabell, Joseph R., 92. 93, 9-=., 354.
Cabiness, E. G., 57, 62.
Cabinet.
Nominations and confirmations, 280, 284, .525.
Privileges, 533.
Cadets.
Alabama, 70.

Graduates military institutions, 102, 161, 221.
Cage, John F., 237, 248.
Cain, G. W., 349, 392.
(^aln, James G., 43.
(aire, Edward, 123, 146.
Cairo, Gunl)oat. Destruction of, Dec. 1'2, IHfiS,

69, 80, 152, 154, 167, 222-224, 228, 276, 290.
(alahan, W. G., 85, 96.



752



INDEX.



Caldwell, J. W., 117, 138.
Calhoun, A, P., 237, 247.
Calhoun, J. L., 424.
Calhoun, James M., 338, 405.
Calhoun, Jas. C, 198, 217.
Calmese, F. 11., 125, 137.
Camak, Thomas, 45.
Cameron, F. H., 20.
CamHeld, C. H., 200.
Camm, Robert A., 122, 145.
Campbell, A. H., 409, 503.
Campbell, A. W., 632.
Campbell, C. G., 492, .505.
Campbell, D. «., 40,49.
Campbell, Francis L., 392. 393, 428.
Campbell, James, 657.
Campbell, John A. *

Member of Peace Conference, 525.
Campbell, John W., 124.
Campbell, L., 349, 392.
Campbell, Loudon, 264, 296.
Campbell, P., 239,248.
Campbell, W. H., 178, 203.
Campbell, W. K., 89, 165.
Campbell. William P. A., 121, 144.
Cannon. John A., 175, 203.
Cantey, James, 42.
Cantwell. Edward, 370, 428.
Capers, Ellison, 42, 43, 56, 632.
Capers, James H., 91.
Capers, William H., 303, 603, 626.
Caperton, Allen T. (Virginia).
Bills, resolutions, etc., introduced by, 21, 29, 34,
98, 99, 102, 262, 290, 292, 293, 295-297, 407, 429,
441, 458, 505, ,506, 554, 563, 567, 611, 617, 670,
671, 736.
Committees:
Accounts, 11.
Conference, 542, 628.

Engro.ssment and Enrollment, 11, 120, 140, 147,
283, 327, 341, 344, 379, 380, 401, 426, 466, 475, 478,
500, 520, 524, 543, 551, .575, .576, Ty^a, 618, 628, 631,
642, 651, 669, 686, 700, 712, 713, 721, 725, 734, 736,
740, 741.
Foreign Relations, 10, 584.
Indian Affairs, 10.
Joint, 416, 479, 491.
Post-offices and Post-Roads, 313.
Special, 33, 707.
Leave of absence, 146.
Petitions, papers, etc., presented by, 12, 21, 32,

313, 494, 500, 5.50, 5.59, 573, 589.
Senator in Second Confederate Congress, 5, 251.
Yea and nay votes, 21, 31, 64, 75, 78, 81, 94, 101, 132,
133, 139, 142, 307, 323, 330, 340, 361, 362, 381, 382,
384, 385, 387, 408, 44.5-447, 454, 457, 4.58, 482, 498-
600, 502, 503, 509, 513, 520, 524, 528, 535, 541, 544,
652, 553, 556, 557, .562, 563, .567, 569, 577, 585, 589,
591, 598, 610, 611, 618, 636, 638, 640, 641, 646, 647,
660, 653, 658, 663, 669, 671, 673, 687, 688, 6%, 710,
711,718, 720. 723-725, 734,742.
Capital of the Confederacy. See Seal of Govern-
ment, etc.
Captures on Land, 648, 658, 679, 700, 724.
Card well, John K., 541, 542, 572, .579, 607, 660.
Carlisle, H. C., 460, 473.
Carmlcal, Ueorge H., 364, 356, 427.



Carmouche, E. A., 175, 203.
Carnes, William W., 122, 14,5.
Carpenter, J. S., 369, 517.
Carraway, Daniel T., 614.
Carrington, C, 125, 137.
Carrington, (i. W., 460, 473.
Carrington, Henry A., 354, 356, 427.
Carrington, J. W., 413, 473.
Carrington, William F., 123, 145.
Carter, Charles S. , 336, 377.
Carter, Haley M., 366, 392.
Carter, J. C, Brig. Gen., 3.50, .581.
Carter, J. C, Sith Ala., 357, 428.
Carter, J. W., 115, 137.
Carter, James W., 43, 56, 178.
Carter. John W., 8.1. 96.
Carter, Jonathan H.. 121, 144.
Carter, R. 31., 84.
Carter, Robert K., 121, 144.
Carter, S. S.. 117, 138.
Carter, Thomas H., 86, 100, 217.
Carter, William F., 122, 145.
Carter, William «., 116, 137.
Carter, William K., .586.
Caruile, John B., 411, 435. 603.
Cary, 0. W., 3.59. 428.
Cary, R. Milton, 198, 217.
Case, tieorire H., 338, 40.5.
Caskie, W. H., 87, 100,217.
Cass, Michael L., 666.
Cate, James A., 422, 451.
Cavalry.

Efficiency, 50, 55, 128, 131, 140, 146, 153, 156, l(i7,
191, 425, 442, 498, 540, 542, 554, 595, 605.

Enlistment of deserters from infantry in, 34, 46.

Limitation of service, 34.

Reduction, 14, 60.

Regimental commis.sarie.s, 58,61, 62, 76, 90.

Reorganization, 269, 442.
Care, William J., 51, 62, 57.
Cawood, Charles H., 176, 203.
Cazenove. W. «., 238,248.
Cenas, Hilary, 121. 144.
Census of the Confederate States.

Provision for:
Farms and plantations, 425.
Inhabitants, 290, 634, 635, 642, 695, 712, 724.
Chachere, T.,339, 406.
Chadick, William D., 412.
Chaffe, Charles, 2:36, 248.
Chalaron, Stephen, 127. 203, 395, 613, 594, 599.
Chalmers, A. H., 623, 632, 654.
Chalmers, J. W., 89, 165.
Chamberlayne, J. H., 399, 448.
Chambers, Henry C. (Mississippi).

Representative in Second ConfederateCongress.
Committees:
Conference. 220, 540.
Impressment.s, .59.
Joint, 36.
Chambliss, John R., Jr., 42, 433.
Chambllss, W. B., 19, 31.
Chandler, Joseph X., 42, ."x"). 352.
Chaplains, Army.

Amendment of act.s relating to, 69, 97, 119, 141.

Forage and rations, 446, 616, 619.
See also Mitsionarics, Army.



INDEX.



753



('hapiiian, J. W., 240, 24.'i.
Miapiiiaii, KobertT., 121. 144.
liiapmaii, Samuel F., 546.
Charles. W. T., 587.
t'harlotte, >. C.
Mint, 831, 390.
Charltun. Thomas. I., 123, 145.
Chase. Mllllam H., 122, 145, 314.
t'hatfleld, W. II., 45.
Cheek, Benjamin A., 460, 473.
Cheever, «. H., 240, 24.S.
Chenanlt, David W.. 5S\
Cherokee Indians in North Carolina.

Interest due, 14, 24, 53, 288, 389, 453, 470, 480.
Cherokee Nation.
Treaty with Confederate States, 467, 469, 500,

512.
Cherry, (ieorgre F., 348, 397, 429.
Chesuut, James, jr., 19, 203, 212.
Chester, John, 27, 165.
Chestnutt, J., 230, 248.
Chew, Frani-is T., 122, 145.
Chew, R. V. , 87, 100, 217, 612, 626.
Chew, B. S., 318, 328.
Chlckamaupa, «a. Battle, Sept. 19-20, ISfiS,

i;3, 28S.
Chickasaw >ation.
Payment of annuities in cotton, 609, 610, 628,

635, 677, 709.
Child, Duff, 115, 137.
Childress, J. W., 349, 392.
Chilton, Williani P. (Alabama).
Representative in Second Confederate Congress.
Committees:

Impressments, 59.

Special, 252.
Clioclaw Nation.
Payment of annuities in cotton, 609, 610, 628,

635, 677, 709.
Choice, L. F., 369, 517.
Christian, C. D., 422, 451.
Christian, Manellus P., 123, 145.
Christie, K. J., 118, 138.
Christy, George >V., 570, 577.
Church, H'illiara L., 84.
Churches.

Methodist Soutli, 485.
Churchill, Thomas J., 492, 743.
Citizenship and Naturalization. See Naturaliza-
tion.
Clack, C. J., 355, 427.
( lailiorne, 0. W., 123, 145.
Clailiorne, Henry B., 121, 14
( laihorne, James F., 176.
Claims.
Auditing, settlement, etc., 79,96,99,118,128,141,

142, 149, 150, 153,232,233,243,246,268,270,283,

291, 371, 373, 378, 391, 415, 418, 426, 431, 507, 648-

650, 658, 678-680, 685, 691, 701, 709, 717, 725, 739.
Collection by power of attorney, 329.
Deceased soldiers, 96, 118, 128, 219, 233, 417, 445,

453, 589, 596.
States against Confederate States, 79^204,232,

233, 499, 500, 509, 533, 619, 659, 664, 685, 687, 700,

701,724.
Clancy. M. J., 369,517.
Clark, Bennett, 93, 137, 366.
Clark, H. P., 360,428.

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Clark, James (i., 198, 217.
Clark, James L., 173, 203.
Clark, John B. (Missouri).

Representative in Second Confederate Congress.
Committees:
Conference, 540, 617.
Joint, 299, 469.
Special, 252, 741.
Clark, John B., jr., 19, 31.
Clark, T. C, 238, 248.
Clark, W.H., 437, 449.
Clark, Whitfield, 461.
Clarke, F. , 39.^, 683.
Clarke, Isaac .V., 114, 137.
Clarke, John J.. 40, 49, 408, 503.
Clarke, Maxwell T., 122, 145.
Clarke, W. B., 210, 248.
Clay, Thomas W., 397.
Cliiyhrook, Joseph P., 122. 123, 145.
Clayton, A. F., 338, 405.
Clayton, E. M., 173, 203.
Clayton, Ed. F., 348, 391.
Clayton, tteorge W., 353, 355, 427.
Clayton, H. D., 350, 5S1.
Clayton, W. E., 348, 391.
Cleirsr, Joseph, 462, ilS.
Clement, J. W., 338,406.
Clements, J. \V., 338,405.
Clements, W. 31., 339, 406.
Clepper, Thomas M'., 349, 391.
Clerical Force.

Congress, 129, 131, 139, 149, 157, 171.

.General at seat of government, 29, 147, 220.

Justice, Department of, 268, 299, 322, 329, 341, 371,
417, 418, 450, 456, 480.

Military courts, 390, 467, 480, 486.

Senate, 53, 129, 131, 139, 149, 157, 171, 210, 610.

Treasury Department, 167, 182, 193, 209, 210, 218,
230, 234, 246, 377, 582.

War Department, 69, 97, 119, 141, 390, 401, 407,
578, 583, 616, 642, 663.
Cleyeland, J. B., 438, 449.
Clewell, F. C., 537, 538, 553.
Clifton, James B., 336, 377.
Clifton, M'. C, 461, 473.
Cline, A. H., 239,248.
Clingman, Thomas L., 564.
Clopton, J. P., 337, 405.
Clothing.

Enlisted men of Navy, 153, 154, 163, 167, 206.

Officers, 45, 69, 148,152,167,205,288,329,341,344,
363, 404, 405, 415, 443, 447, 449, 450, 452, 456, 470,
480, 485.

Price paid for making, 290, 426.
Cloud, A. J., 43, 56.
Cloud, Noah L., Ill, 137.
Clowney, S. B., 622, 632.
Cloyd, Joseph, 239, 248.
Cluck, N. M., 339, 406.
Cluskey, Michael W. (Tennessee).

Representative in Second Confederate Congress.
Conference committee, 617.
Clyburn, B. B., 358, 428.
Clyhnrn, T. F., 357,427.
Cobli, John L., 237,248.
Cobb, K., 87, 100, 217.
Cobb, Uobert L. . 89, 165.
Cobb, Willis B., 122, 145.



754



INDEX.



toehran, William A., 116, 137.
Coche, W. H., 339,406.
Cocke, William J., 335, 377.
Cockrill, M. S., 199, 217.
Coffee, H. T., 173,203.
Cosgeshall, G. P., 339, 406.
Cogffiii, William M., 265, 287.
Cogswell. See Evans & Cogswell, 285.
Cohen, O. S., 174, 203.
Coin.

Measures to procure, 589, 617, 713, 718, 724-726,
736, 739, 742.

Taken from Bank of Louisiana, 502.
Coit, Julius F., 238,248.
Coker. J. L., 358,428.
Colcock, Daniel D., 122. 145.
Colcock, AV. F., 325, 360, 428.
Cole, A. H., 694.
Cole, Robert «., 531,547.
Coleman, H. A., 117, 138.
Coleman, Lewis M., 355.
Coleniiin, S. H., 199, 217.
Coleman, Tliomas K., 359.
Collins, P. W., 175, 203.
Colms, S. H., 200, 217.
Colomh, Louis, 434, 149.
Coiquitt, Peyton H., 305.
Cohiuiit's Briifade.

Memorial of iidjutants, 293.
Colson, .lolin W., 163,505.
Colston, F. M., 19.1, 217, 439.
Colston, K., 237,217.
Colston, It. T., 44.
ColtarU J. ({., 199, 216.
Coltrane, B. E., 613, 626.
Columbia, S. C.

Petition of employees and detailed men, 204.
Columbus, (>a.

Memorial of me(;hanics and artisans, 506.
Coijar, Arthurs. (Tennessee).

Representative in Second Confederate Congress.
Committees:
Conference, 220, 541.
.loint, 416.
Commerce.

Exportation of produce and merchandise. 275,
276, 286, 287, 289, 292, 311-314, 388. 569, 576,
608, 682.

Regulations upon foreign, 50, 69, 70, 74, 75, 129,
147, 149, 161, 167, 183, 209, 230-232, 244-247, 268,
313, 314, 371-376, 467, 515, 543, 545, 627, 648, 651,
677.
Commissaries.

Abolishment of post, depot, and purchasing,
443, 495, 512, 513, 516, 588, 590, 600, 603, 629,
688-690, 710.

Appointment authorized, 119,133, 231, 233,245,247.

Message of the President, 688-C90.
Commissary-(»eneral.

Api)ointment luul rank, 490, 495, 496, .541, 549, 555.
Commissioners, Habeas Corpus Act.

Payment of, and power.s vested in, 69, 98, 103,
160, 189, 207.
Commissioners for Kxchan^re of Prisoners.

Appointment, 282, 2.H5, 455, 465, 478. ,500, 508.
Commissioners of Taxes.

Establishment of office of, 406.



Commissioners to Europear. Powers.

Correspondence with, transmitted to Congress,
272, 365, 743, 744.
Commissioner to Brazil.

Appointment authorized, 298, 312, 314, 327.
Committee on Accounts.

Appointed, 11.
Committee on Claims.

Appointed, 11, 695.

Bills, etc., referred to, 14, 21, 24, 46, 55, 69, 76,
118, 128, 275, 313, 329, ,502, 512, 523, 534, 542, 551,
573, 583, 604, 650, 691, 699, 718.

Reports by:
Relief of John D. Southerland, 21; petition of
Eliza Maury, 25; memorial of Capt. E. B.
Vaughan, 30; relief of Green T. Hill, 63; me-
morial of Wellington Goddln, 63, 163; me-
morial of Mylo N. Byington, 90; petition of
Margaret A. Rice, 130; pay and allowances
due deceased soldiers, 219; petition of
J. Rodgers et al., 307, 329; petition of L. J.
Messervy, 500; relief of prisoners of war
holding certain denomination of Treasury
notes, 516, 517; relief of Lewis Porter, 519;
relief of Virginia Mechanics' Institute, 522;
relief of Power, Low & Co., 522; memorial
of Capt. C. S. Hart, 522; relief of James D.
Brown, 513; relief of Maj. I). W. Hinkle, 543;
relief of James Sykes and John R. Card-
well, 572; services of Manuel and Rafael
Armijo and Julian Tesorio, 576; memorial
of A. C. Williamson, 591; relief of David
and Daniel Moore and Mary R. Alexander,
591; relief of Thomas Lanigan, 604; relief of
Peter James, jr., 617; relief of Stephen B.
Marshall, jr., 701, 702; relief of William C.
Hagan. 702; relief of Maj. .lohn Rcid, IfTi;
petition of (). L. Kimbrough, 719.
Committee on Commerce.

Appointed, 10.

Bills, etc., referred to, 34, 50, 66, 69, 70, 90, 129,
149,231.268,275,467,707.

Instructions to, 270, 272.

Reports by:
Bureau of Foreign Supplies, 50; regulations
upon foreign commerce, 70, 74, 161, 231, 232,
294, 515; department of foreign and interior
supplies, 98; collection of import and export
duties, 98; importation of luxuries, etc., 183;
exportation of produce and merchandise,
276.
Committee on i^nirrossment and Enrollment.

Ai)pointe<l, 11, 116, 206, 678.

Reports by, 'Ab, 48, 60, 75, 76, 91, 119, 120, 140, 149,
154, 167, 189, 197,206,231,234,243-246,283,295,
314, 327, 341, 344, 379, 380, 391, 401, 406, 426, 456,
469, 470, 475, 478, 480, 500, 506-510, 519, 520, 524,
526, 643, 549, 551, 575, 576, 595, 596, 602, 603, 607,
618, 628, 631, 642, 6.51, 669, 670, 677, 680, 682, 683,
686, 700, 701, 712, 713, 721, 722, 725, 734, 736, 740-
742.
Committee on Finance.

Appointed, 10, 512.

Bills, etc., referred to, 11, 12, 14-16, 21, 23, 25, 32,
35, 36, 46, 53, 55-58, 68, 74. 75, 79, 100, 104, 105,
129, 131, 134, 148, 1.54, 155, 158, 182, 186, 191. 192,
194, 201, 207, 210, 231, 233, 243, 259-261, 267, 269,



INDEX.



755



Committee on Finance — Continued.
Bills, etc., referred to— Continued.

270, 276, 280, 285, 288, 290-292, 306, 313, 321, 324,
314. 362, 363, 372, 377, 387, 389, 390, 404, 416, 429,
431, 441, 443, 447, 465, 468, 478, 482, 490, 494, 497,

500, 502, 507, 515, 617, 522, 527, 534, 539, 544, 548,
549, 566, 568, 574, 578, 579, 581-584, 589, 590, 594,
600, 605, 608, 611, 617, 619, 628, 629, 633, 637, 640,
642, 652, 664, 670-672,678-680,682,683,686,688,
691, 699, 706, 707, 718.

Instructions to, 12, 13, 15, 21, 29, 65, 77, 191, 192,
194, 261, 274, 287, 293, 296, 312, 329, 331 , 344, 363,
388, 417, 444, 446, 455, 523, 545.
Reports by;
Appropriations, 15, 142, 170, 182, 332, 372, 416.

501, 574, 583, 667, 668, 672, 697; compensation
of offlcers and employees in civil and legi.s-
lative departments, 32, 170, 193, 208, 218, 271,
294, 361. 465, 559, 648, 673, 682; reduction of
currency, 35, 59, 152, 232, 282, 455, 683, 668,
696; relief of Green T. Hill, 46; exemption
of railroad companies from payment of
certain duties, 50; pay and mileage of
members of Congress, 59, 311, 361, 584,
682; certificates of indebtedness, 79, 297,
533; petition of Margaret A. Rice, 118; com-
pensation for clerical force of Congress,
139, 171; conversion of bonds or Treasury
notes, 139, 266, 271, 274, 297; cotton, tobacco,
and naval stores for public use, 142, 143; re-
demption of foreign loan, 142, 501; taxation,
163, 204, 474; tax in kind, 170, 204, 297, 311,
331, 332, 446, 648; increase of pay of soldiers-
170, 606; clerical force of Treasury Depart,
ment, 193; salary of Commissioner of Indian
Affairs, 193, 194; relief of taxpayers, 193, 373,
667; relief of States holding Confederate se-
curities, 204; memorial of citizens of Beau-
fort, S. C, 204; memorial of banking in.sti-
tutions. Savannah, Ga., 204; memorial of
John P. King et al., 204; petition of em-
ployees and detailed men, Columbia, S. C,
204; petition of State officers of Virginia,
204; bounty to enlisted men, 266; counter-
feit Treasury notes, 271, 282, 311; bonds re-
ceivable for taxes, 291; duplicates of lost
drafts, 322; memorial of Theophilus Na.sh,
329; transfer of appropriations, 372, 477, 559;
memorial of J. S. Whitten, 373; accounts of
sequestered estates, 383; tax officers for
Trans-Mississippi Department, 417, 687; sal-
ary of the Vice-President, 455; establish-
ment of office of deposit, 474; claims due
Louisiana and North Carolina, 499; reissue
of bonds, 533; redemption of Treasury notes
held by certain Indian tribes, 582; proof of
loss or destruction of vouchers, 683; dis-
bursing clerk of War Department, 683; re-
demption of mutilated Treasury notes, 683;
memorial of G. G. Steever, 583; transporta-
tion for members of Congre.ss, 584, 682; pay-
ment of arrears due Army and Navy, 600,
688; taxation, 606, 643; assistants to Register
of Treasury, 606; accounts of Navy Depart-
ment to be kept by First Auditor, 607; li-
censes for sale of tobacco and cotton, 610



Committee on Finance— Continued.

Reports by — Continued.

Secretary of Treasury to receive specie from
States, etc., 617; compensation of State col-
lector of Virginia, 636, 673; salary of assist-
ant treasurer at Charleston, S. C, 643;
commissioner on expenditures by State of
Tennessee, 659; organization of bureaus in
connection with agency of Treasury, etc.,
667; agency of the Treasury, Trans-Missis-
sippi Department, 667; salaries of civil offl-
cers in Trans-Mississippi Department, 667;
redemption of loan by sundry banks, 667;
compensation of tax collectors and asses-
sors, 668; authorizing Secretary of the Treas-
ury to borrow specie, 668; revenue from
importations, 668; exemption from taxation
of certain articles purchased by Arkansas,
676; relief of Alexander F. Kinney, 676;
discharged from consideration of unre-



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