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ported bills, 676; production of cotton in
Trans-Mississippi Department, 676; relief of
Exchange Bank of Virginia, 676, 691; bag-
ging and rope for tithe cotton, 687; settle-
ment of claims of North Carolina, 687;
payment for property informally impressed
for use of Army, 691; relief of officers and
employees of Treasury Note Bureau, 699;
raising coin for purchasing army .supplies,
726.
Committee on Foreign Relations.

Appointed, 10.

Bills, etc., referred to, 11, 58, 259, 272, 277, 298,
365, 603, 706.

Instructions to, 98.

Reports by:
Violations by United States of rules of civil-
ized warfare, 147; capture of C.S.S. Florida,
298; commissioner to Brazil, 298; prosecu-
tion of the war, 340; services of Manuel and
Rafael Armijo and Julian Tesorio, 584; ex-
pressing sense of Congress on Peace Com-
mission, 679.

Resolutions offered, 138, 147, 298.
Committee on Impressments (Joint).

Appointed, 37, 46, 69, 68.

Bills, etc., referred to, 46, 70, 90.

Reports by:
Supplies for Army and mode of making im-
pressments, 99; payment of claims for prop-
erty unwarrantably impressed. 99; impress-
ment of railroads, 119; transportation of
troops and military supplies, 119.
Committee on Indian Affairs.

Appointed, 10.

Bills, etc., referred to, 24, 46, 47, 324, 453, 468,
682, 692, 610.

Instructions to, 288.

Reports by:
On reports of Secretary of War and Commis-
sioner of Indian Affairs, 53; payment of in-
terest due Cherokee Indians in North Caro-
lina, 63, 389; redemption of Treasury notes
held by certain Indian tribes, 66, 689; Ar-
kansas and Red River Superintendency of
Indian Affairs, 467; treaty with Cherokee



756



INDEX.



Committee on Indian Affairs— Continued.

Reports by — Continued.

Nation, 469; funds to meet treaty obliga-
tions to Indian nations, 590; payment in
cotton of annuities due the Seminole, Creek,
Choctaw, and Chickasaw nations, 628.
Committee on tlie Judiciary.

Appointed, 10, 719.

Bills, etc., referred to, 11, 13, 35-37, 81, 111, 163,
259, 263, 266,269,270,281,293,296,306,314, 327,
331, 333, 343, 373, 378, .390, 418, 431, 441,443,453,
483, 490, 507, 512, 514, 533, 566, 567, 580, 590, 619,
637, 642, 650, 681, 686, 699, 706, 719.

Instructions to, 23, 24, 49, 52, 73, 81, 146, 267, 290,
292, 293, 296, 401, 467, 478, 499, 506.

Reports by:
Adjourninentof Congress, 25; removal of pub-
lic archives and Executive Departments,
26; time and place for assembling of Con-
gress, 26, 589; to change place of holding a
district court, 37, 102; impressments, 46, 294,
297, 378, 516, 709; lapse of nominations, 77,
78; selection of juries in district courts, 98;
payment of commissioners under habeas
corpus act, 98; election of Representatives
from Tcnnc.';.see,98; vacancy in Senate from
Missouri, 109; habeas corpus, 119, 307, 362,
720, 721, 740; duties of Quartermaster-Gen-
eral, 170; salary of tlie President, 170; on
reportof Superintendent of Public Printing,
266; sequestration of estates, etc., of alien
enemies, etc., 268, 426, 429, 676, 677; exten-
sion of assessment of prices for Army to cit-
izens, 283; payment of claims for property
impressed for use of Army, 283; judicial
courts, 283, 516; conspiracy in .southwestern
Virginia, North Carolina, and Tennessee,
307, 308; pay, etc., of judge and clerk of dis-
trict court, eastern district of Virginia, 322,
323; salaries of district jiidges, 323, 332; pun-
ishment of frauds, 326; punishment for con-
spiracy against the Government, 32(); relief of
Sarah A. LIeiskell,341; improperconstruction
of tax laws, 361 , 415; compensation for slaves
lost in service of Confederate States, 406;
pay and allowances due deceased officers
and soldiers, 426, 589; pay and allowances of
certain female employees, 453; pay due pris-
oners of war, 479; solicitor of War Dei)art-
ment, 512; to prevent desertion, 516; supplies
for Army, 516; elections for Representatives
in Congre.ss from Missouri, 548; compensa-
tion of marshals, jurors, etc., 589; relief of
agriculturists, 689,601; payment of prisoners
of war, 634; census of people of Confederate
States, 634, 635, 695; settlement of accounts
for purchases made by Payne & Co., 660;
rules concerning captures on land, 658;
auditing and payment of claims, 658; Cotton
Bureau in Trans-Mississippi Department,
671; improper communication of intelli-
gence to the enemy, 682; suit against i)er-
sons connected with Cotton Bureau and
Cotton Oflice in Trans-Mississippi Depart-
ment, 701.

Resolutions offered, 52, 02, 67, 77, 91, 101.



Committee on Military Affairs and Militia.

Appointed, 10, 512.

Bills, etc., referred to, 11-16, 17, 19, 20, 22-24,
27-29, 34, 36, 39, 41, 45, 47, 52, 53, 61, 63, 66, 70,
73-75, 78, 81-83, 85-87, 89, 92-94, 96-98, 102,
105, 112-115, 118, 119, 124-127, 129, 131, 133-
135, 137, 138, 141-144, 147, 149, 152, 154, 155,
159, 160, 166, 175-177, 180-182, 193, 201, 216,
227, 233, 234, 240, 243, 246, 259, 261-263, 265,
269, 272, 274, 280, 281, 285, 288, 289, 292, 293,
297, 300, 306, 310, 312, 313, 316, 317, 321, 325,
330, 340, 344, 360-362, 371, 389, 391, 400, 402-
405, 415, 416, 418, 420, 425, 429, 432, 440, 443,
444, 447, 449, 450, 452, 456, 464, 474, 477, 479,
485, 486, 490, 494, 499, 506, 507, 511, 512, 518,
522, 533, 534, 539, 543, 548, 558, 659, 563, 566-
568, 570, 672-574, 578, 581, 587, 590, 593, 594,
600, 610, 615-617, 619, 620, 625, 628, 629, 636,
637, 642, 643, 650, 657, 664, 667, 671, 682, 686,
695, 699, 706, 707, 710, 711, 717, 719, 733, 734,
738, 743.

Conference with Generals Lee and Johnston,
402.

Instructions to, 14, 34, 68, 79, 96, 99, 261, 267-270,
281, 299, 293, 312, 378, 402, 415, 425, 426, 443,
626, 548, 566, 678, 628.

Reports by:
Payment of interest due Cherokee Indians in
North Carolina, 24; thanks of Congres's to
officers and troops of Army, 24, 69, 129, 161,
183, 294, 442, 494, 516, 718; transit across Mis-
sissippi River for members of Congress, 29,
98; ensigns, 37; Indian affairs, 46; taxes in
kind, 46; deserters, 46; impressment of sup-
plies for Army, 46; efficiency of cavalry, 50,
140, 442; power of assigning officers to com-
mands, 50, 51; temporary rank of officers,
50, 51, 154; claim of F. M. Green and W. B.
Lowry, 52; reduction of cavalry, 60; to pro-
hibit publication of strength of Army and
Navy, 60; compensjition of detailed men,
60; preparation of records of State troops,
60; staff officers, 60, 539, 540, 595; commis-
.saries for cavalry regiments, 62; impress-
ment of railroads, 62, 63; transportation of
troops and military supplies, 62, 63; memo-
rials of Earnest Lagarde & Co. and Wed-
derburn & Alfriend, 63; exemption of edi-
tors and employees of newspapers, 63; chap-
lains, 69; habeas corpus, 69; disbursing
clerk of War Department, 69; rations and
clothing for officers, 69, 148; right of mem-
bers of Congress to visit hospitals, 79; artil-
lery officers for ordnance duty, 79, 80; pay
of general at scat of government, 79, 147,
162; additional military storekeepers in
Army, SO; agents of Press Association, 80;
memorial of J. S. Thrasher, 80; Invalid
Corps, 9(), 479, 649; pay and allowances due
deceased soldiers, 118; exemption of offi-
cers of steamboats, 119; commissaries and
quartermasters, 119, 1.53, ^95, 600; formation
of eonunands composed of supernumerary
officers, 129, 430, 431; miliUiry courts, 139,
183, 210, 244, 383, 384, 634; Niter and Mining
Bureau, 140; compensation of enlisted men



INDEX.



757



Committee on Military Affairs and MUltla— Con.

Reports by— Continued.

of Army and Navy, 140, 161; manufacture
of spirituous liquors for Army and hospi-
tals, 140, 595; Bureau of Polytechnics, 147;
staff and clerical force at seat of govern-
ment, 147; public defense, 147, 298; pur-
chase or construction of gunboats, 151;
memorial of Theodoric C. Lyon, 153;
memorials of officers of First Army Corps
and Anderson's brigade, 153; retirement
of officers from Army, 153; conscription
in Trans-Mississippi Department, 154;
cadets, 161; organization of Army, 161,
194, 313, 430, 465, 475, 515, 550, 701; light or
field artillery, 161, 571; furloughs and dis-
charges in hospitals, 162; duties of Quar-
termaster-General, 162; general staff for
Army, 162, 163, 477, 539, 540, 595; scouts and
guards, 163; case of Maj. H. C. Gucrin, 183;
report of Superintendent of Bureau of Con-
scription, 184; transportation and hospital
accommodations for sick and wounded offi-
cers,' 194, 551; memorial of J. S. Dawson, 210;
commutation of hospital rations, 233; ex-
tension of army assessment prices to citi-
zens, 269; tobacco for prisoners of war held
by enemy, 276; payment of the Army, 282;
employment of free negroes and slaves in
Army except as soldiers, 282, 315, 322, 326,
378, 512, 571; commissioners for exchange of
prisoners, 282, 465; payment of claims for
property impressed for use of Army, 291; re-
verses to Confederate arms in Valley of
Virginia, 291; Medical Department of Army,
291; details of men between 18 and 45,291;
commanders of reserves to order general
courts-martial and revise proceedings there-
of, 291, 465, 669; enlistment of prisoners of
war in Confederate States Army, 301; sup-
plies for Con federate citizens held as prison-
ers, 311; transportation for officers and men
on leave of absence, 311, 430, 515; exemption
of State officers from military service, 315,
316; destruction of property, 326; rations to
prisoners of war, 342, 343; impressment of
slaves in Virginia, 343; drunkenness in
Army, 401; provision for lighting and warm-
ing Executive Mansion, 401; forage and
commissary stores for Commander in Chief
of Army and Navy, 401; communication
from R. H. Edwards, 404; army rations, 4:!0,
compensation of hospital matrons, 430; gen-
eral in chief of the Army, 432; local defense,
etc., 441; reorganization of cavalry, 442; ra-
tions for missionaries and forage for post
chaplains, 446; clothing for Army, Navy,
and Marine Corps, 447, 449, 450; Engineer
Corps, 469; commissary-general with rank
of brigadier-general, 490; pay of disabled
soldiers, 515; expenses of North Carolina for
conscription, 515; exemption from military
service of discharged soldiers, 516; reduc-
tion of exemptions and details, 518, 571, 711;
military storekeepers of ordnance, 518; flag
of the Confederate States, 518; impressment
of negroes, etc., to build railroads, 618; ex-



l^onimittee on Military Affairs aisil .>IIlItin — Con.
Reports by — Continued.

emption of skilled artisans and mechanics
from military service, 522, 67 1 ; steamer Phoe-
nix, 534; conscription regulations, 534, 711;
payment of claims for recruiting service, 540;
enlistment of negro troops for the Army,
550; on report of Gen. Joseph E. Johnston,
573; tobacco for the Army, 573, 574; trans-
portation of troops and supplies, etc., by
rail and water, 573, 674; control of telegraph
lines, 574; promotion of officers, 674; on re-
ports of military operations, 574, 628; reserve
forces, 579; absentees and deserters, 590;
establishment of arsenal, etc., at valley of
Deep River, N. C, 590; payment of prisoners
of war, 595; ordnance sergeants, 601; con-
trol and management of hospitals, 007; abol-
ishment of office of provo!3t-marshal, 627;
Bureau of Inspection, 627; construction and
repair of railroads, 629, 649; promotions in
Army for distinguished valor and skill, etc.,
633; mode of tilling vacancies among offi-
cers, 633; purchase of percussion-cap pre.ss-
ing machine, 634; leaves of absence for sick
and wounded officers, 649; hospital accom-
modations and subsistence for officers and
soldiers resigned, retired, or discharged,
649; commutation for soldiers who have not
received furloughs, 649; Bureau of Special
and Secret Service, 652; relief of maimed
soldiers, 669; payment for horses killed or
lost in service, 669, 675; discharged from
con.sideration of unreported bills, etc., 678;
limiting issue of forage, 687; payment of
exchanged or paroled officers and soldiers,
687; relief of Maj. Gaspar Tochman, 718;
organizing, arming, and disciplining militia
of the Confederate States, 720; organization
of volunteer force for temporary service in
Richmond and county of Henrico, 722; pay
and mileage of officers traveling under
orders, 734; commutation value of hospital
rations, 734; on correspondence of Gen.
Joseph E. Johnston, 740; on report of Gen.
John B. Hood, 740; assimilated rank be-
tween officers of Army and Navy, 740.

Resolutions offered, 50, 61, 60, 183,448, 604, 733.
Committee on Naval Affairs.

Appointed, 10.

Bills, etc., referred to, 11, 12, 16,20,25,29,05,69,
99,111,123,124,152,154, 176, 202, 259, 265, 276,
280, 290, 296, 300,307,314,329,340,360,416,441,
514,521,537.

Instructions to, 3(i, 287, 295, 523, 554, 631.

Reports by:
Purchase or construction of gunboats, 24, 56,
373; organization of Navy and Marine
Corps, 25; Invalid Corps, 25; expenses of
naval officers, 25; petition of Eliza Maury,
00; claim of Zcdekiah McDanicl and Fran-
cis M. Ewing, 80; Volunteer Navy, 102; on
report of Secretary of the Navy, 130; to
create Provisional Navy, 130; clothing for
Army, Navy, and Marine Corps, 163, 341,
443; pay of lieutenants in the Navy com-
manding batteries on shore, 322; rations to



758



INDEX.



Committee on Naral Affairs— Continued.

Reports by — Continued.

warrant officers serving on shore, 322; flag of
the Confederate States, 362; pay of enlisted
men in Marine Corps, 372; increase of act-
ing midshipmen in Navy and mode of
appointment, 372; instructors for acting
midshipmen in Navy, 372; appropriations,
372; naval constructors, 372; memorial of
professors in Naval School, 372; suspension
of appropriations for construction of vessels
of war, 373; commutation and allowances
to naval storekeepers, 485; thanks of Con-
gress to John Lancaster, 618, 519; thanks of
Congress to officers and men of the Navy,
523; transfer of Marine Corps to the Army,
534; pay of assistant paymasters in Navy,
5.59; removal of Naval School, 640, 641.

Resolution offered, 373.
Committee on Patents and Patent Office.

Appointed, 11.

Bills, etc., referred to, 494.

Reports by:
On report of Commissioner of Patents, 659.
Committee on Post-Offices and Post-Roads.

Appointed, 10, 267, 313.

Bills, etc., referred to, 11, 23, 104, 111, 112, 259,
298, 321, 327, 331 , 333, 364, 366, 441, 464, 570, 588,
609, 642, 643, 650, 691, 714.

Instructions to, 163, 476.

Reports by:
Franking privilege, 25; establishment of post-
routes, 130, 343, 659; compensation of post-
masters, etc. ,329; free postage on newspapers
to soldiers, 332; compensation to railroad
companies for transportation of mails, 343;
prepayment of postage, 362; transmission of
mail to prisoners of war held by enemy, 524;
payment of clerks in Richmond post-oftice,
651; removal from office of postmaster at
Clinton, Miss., 654; relief of postmasters,
658; purchase of United States postage
stamps, 6%; removal from office of post-
master at Osborne's Ford, Va., 744.
Committee on Printing.

Appointed, 11.

Bills, etc., referred to, 266, 418, 673.

Instructions to, 12.

Reports by:
Printing laws of Confederate States. 35, 450
clerical force in Department of Justice, 450;
printing and binding of acts, resolutions,
and treaties of Congress, 635.
Committee on Pul»llc Buildings.

Appointed, 64.

Instructions to, 68.

Reports by:
To guard against publicity of proceedings of
secret sessions, 73.
Committee on Public Lands.

Appointed, 10.
Committee on the Rules.

Appointed, 37, 45.

Instructions to, 101.

Reports by:
Rules for government of Senate, 110.

Resolution offered, 110.



Committee on Territories.

Appointed, 11.
Committees, Standing.

Appointed, 10, 11, 45, 64, 146,206, 267, 313, 612, 678,
695.
Compensation.

Agent of Treasury Department in Trans-Missis-
sippi Department, 149, 150.

Army, 79, 81, 147, 149, 152, 161, 170, 171, 189, 194,
195, 206, 209, 222, 261, 282, .502, 682, 583, 600, 603,
606, 633, 642, 663, 678, 688, 690, 697, 712, 721, 736,
742.

Assistant Attorney-General, 171, 244, 246, 260, 287,
294,299,641,648,677,709.

Assistant Secretary of Treasury, 153, 164, 170,
171, 206, 207, 208, 220, 221, 232, 243, 244, 246, 260,
287, 294, 299, 641, 648, 677, 709.

Assistant Secretary of War, 153,154,170,171,205,
207, 208, 220, 221, 232, 243, 244, 246, 260, 287, 294,
299,641,648,677,709.

Clerical force in Treasury Department, 548.

Comptroller of the Treasury, 171, 244, 246, 260,
287, 294, 299, 641, 648, 677, 709.

Detailed men, 12, 60, 129, 131, 140, 162, 180, 181, 189,
207.

District attorneys, 641.

General at seat of government, 74, 79, 90, 94,
129, 131, 147, 162, 172.

Heads of Executive Departments, 153, 154, 170,
171, 205, 207, 208, 220, 221, 232, 243, 244, 246, 260,
287, 294, 299, 390, 401, 407, 637, 641, 648, 677,
709.

Hospital matrons, 417, 426, 430.

Judges of district courts, etc., 146, 227, 231, 290,
311, 313, 323, 327, 332, 343, 488, 589, 596, 628,
660.

Marine Corps, 372, 380, 453, 470, 480.

Members of Congress, 55, 59, 76, 90, 128, 131, 140,
155, 306, 311, 343, 361, 363, 378, 380, 406, 581, 584,
605, 611, 631, 662, 673. 674, 682, 683, 702, 703.

Navy, 314, 322,340,470, 476, 480, 486, 559, 660, 582,
583, 600, 603, 633, 642, 663, 678, 688, 690, 697, 712,
736, 742.

Officers and employees in civil and legislative
departments, 24, 25, 32, 35, 53, 106, 129, 131,
139, 140, 149, 153-156, 157, 167, 170, 171, 182, 186,
193, 194, 197, 205-210, 218, 220, 221. 232, 234, 243,
244,246,260,261,271,287,290,294, 298, 299, 307,
3'22, 329, 341-343, 361, 363, 371, 378-380, 390, 401,
406, 407, 442, 446, 453^66, 465, 468, 470, 479, 480,
509, 518, 519, 622, 623, 526, 633, 544, 559, 560, 572,
575, 582, 602, 607, 608, 617, 627, 635, 637, 611, 643,
648, 651, 652, 659, 667, 668, 670, 673, 677, 683, 686,
697, 700, 703, 709, 712, 724, 736.

President of the Confederate States, 170, 227.

Provost-marshals and clerks of military courts,
390, 467, 480, 486.

Railroads, for carrying mails, 331, 343, 363, 380,
419, 465, 494, 506, 626.

Slaves lost in service, 343, 406, 418, 419.

Vice-President of the Confederate States, 444,
456, 467, 475, 480.
Compton, C, 199, 217.
Comstork, John H., 122, 145.
Cone, .). U., 46.
Cone, J. S., 43, 45, 56, 424, 473.
Confederate Bonds. See Bondu, etc.



INDEX.



759



Confederate States Colored Troops.

Message of the President, 704.
Organization, etc., 526, 528, 543, 550, 567, 509, 572,
573, 576, 581, 585, 670, 671,726-731.
Confederate Troops. See Army of the Confederate
Stales; and Provisional Army of the Confed-
erate States.
Couflrmations. See Nominations and Confirma-
tions.
Conflsration.
Fees of officers, 24.
See also Alien Enemies.
Congress of the Confederate States (Permanent).
Address to people of Confederate States, 469,

478, 482, 735.
Adjournment of sessions, 11, 13,25, 30,32,50,55,95,

97, 99, 103, 104, 156, 160, 209, 210, 218, 245-247,
418,501, 534, 535, 541, 618, 633, 650, 668, 669, 675,
681, (^5, 686, 709, 710, 720, 722-726, 739, 741, 742.

Assembling of sessions, 5, 26, 91, 109, 251, 252,

580, .589, 590, 618, 672, 679, 680, 685, 700, 702, 713,

721,726.
Authority to convene elsewhere than at seat of

government, 26, 30, 31, 37, 38, 91. 109, 702,

713, 726.
Clerical force, 129, 131, 139, 149, 157, 171.
Copies of laws for standing committees, 58, 61,

76, 90, 262.
Election of Representatives from Missouri, 514,

548, 565, 575, 608.
Election of Representatives from Tennessee, 64,

98, 99, 104, 140, 156.

Interchange of copies of bills, etc., 13, 21.
Passports for members, 13, 14, 49, 53, 75, 81.
Pay and mileage of members, 52, 55, 59, 76, 90,
128, 131, 140, 155,306,311,313,361,363,378,380,
406, 581, 584, 005, 611, 631, 652, 673, 674, 682, 683,
702, 703.
Printing laws, etc., 35, 118,119,140,155,268,332,

344, 371, 417, 418, 480, 573, 635, 685, 700, 721.
Privilege of floor to heads of Executive Depart-
ments, 533.
Provision against forcible interruption of delib-
erations, 32, 33, 36.
Report of Select Committee on President's Mes-
sage, March 13, 1865, 726-731.
Right of members to vi.sit hospitals, 74, 7.5, 79.
Senseof,onPeaceConference,601, 679, 686,712,724.
Transit of members across Mississippi River, 13,

29, 97, 98.
Transportation for members, 140, 191, 581, 584,
605, 611, 631, 652, 673, 674, 682, 702.
(Congress of the Confederate States (Provisional).

Printing laws, etc., 12, 14, 15, 35, 268.
Conn, C. A., 358, 428, 438, 449.
Connar, George, 84, 95.
Conner, 0. C, 666.
Conner, H. W., 240,248.
Conner, James, 126, 137, 411, 433.
Conner, James A., 349, 391.
Connor, D. E., 339,406.
Connor, James W., 348.
Conrad, Charles yi. (Louisiana).
Representative in Second Confederate Congress.
Committees:
Joint, 416.
Special, 741.



Conrad, Daniel B., 123, 145.
Conscription.

Execution of laws, 340, 515, 566, 581.

Regulations, 534, 549, 555-557, 582, 602, 080, 698,
699, 711, 719, 736, 739.

Trans-Mississippi Department, 96, 97, 1.54, 208,
231.
See aLso Military Service.
Conspiracy.

Definition and punishment of, 299, 320, 334, 342,
345, 361, 362, 406, 417.

In parts of Virginia, North Carolina, and Ten-
nes.9ee, 263.
Contingent Fund.

Payments from, .51, 222, 470, 730.
Conivay, J. J., 87, 165.
Conyers, William D., 45, 50, 305.
Cook, Edmund C, 354.
Cook, H. F., 238, 248.
Cook, J, 0. A., 396, 429.
Cook, James V., 123, 11.5.
Cook, Philip, 345, 3.54, 411, 521.
Cook, William L., 462, .504.
Cooke, B. W., 615, 626.
Cooke, Henry S., 122, 145.
Cooke, James B. , 42.
Cooke, James W.

Appointments, 121, 144, 202, 212.

Thanks of Congress, 12, 34, 48, 51.
Cooke, William, 238, 248.
Cook's (Georgia) Brigade.

Resolutions, 582.
Cooper, Douglas H., .592, 005.
Cooper, Douglas H., jr., 19, 31.
Cooper, J. v., 238, 248.
Cooper, Robert L., 125, 137.
Cootes, B. F., 348,391.
Cordell, E. F., 174,203.
Cording, Jerome B., 44, 3.57.
Corkern, J. B., 175,203.
Corley, James L., 424, 504.
Corry, James A., 40, 49.
Cosby, Thomas R., 116, 137.
Costin, A. J., 695, 707.
Cothran, H. D., 237, 247.
Cotton.

Bagging and rope for packing tithe, 685, 687,
701, 724.

Control of sales by Government, 7(), 77, 143, 230-
232, 244, 545.

Exportation controlled by Bureau of Foreign
Supplies, 70-72.

Exportation within enemy's lines, 270, 272, 388.

Foreign exportation, 270, 286, 287, 289, 292, 388,
653, 682.

Licenses to sell, 600, 610, 611.

Payment for, in Trans-Mississippi Depiirtment,
594.

Payment of annuities to Indians with, (109, 010,
628, 635, 677, 709.

Production in Trans-Mississippi Department,
507, 076.
Cotton Bureau.

Trans-Mississippi Department, 488, 507, 648-650,
071, 080, 685, 086, 701, 708, 709, 725, 739.
Coulter, K. T., 348, .i91.
Council!, Kihvard C., 44, .50, 3.53, 355, 427.



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INDEX.



Counterfeit Notes.

Receipt of, by public officers, 269, 271, 276, 282,
290, 311, 315, 571, 572, 579, 596, 602, 608.
I'ouper, J. M., 40, 49.
('ourt»>, Judicial.

Establishment, 270, 283, 285, 293, 512, 516.

Place and time of holding of district courts, 34,
37, 81, 102, 151, 154, 172.

Powers concerning writ of liabeas corpus, 22,
23, 25, 30.

Salaries of district judges, etc., 146, 227, 231, 290,
311, 313, 323, 327, 332, 343, 488, 589, 596, 628,
660.

Selection of juries, 98.

Writs of mandamus, 401.
I'ourts, Military.

Armies in the field, 129, 139, 166, 181, 183, 210,
230, 233, 244-247, 384, 389, 390, 467. 480, 486.

Western North Carolina, 629, 634, 643.
Courts-Martial.

Commanders of reserves to order, etc.> 291, 455,
456, 465, 540, 642, 604, 609, 628, 663, 664, 669,
679, 700, 721.
Cowand, D. «., 461, 473.
Cowles, Thomas W., 624, 683.
Cowles, >V. H. H., 461, 473.
Cox, F. W., 538, 553.
Cox, James P., 692, 707.
Cox, William R., 144.
Cozzeiis, H. B.. 40,49.
Craft, Addlsou, 3ii7, 517.
Craft, J. F.,238, 248.
Crafts, tJeorge J., 237, 247.
Craii;, W. I). La F., 12, 44, 56.
Craitr, William, 325, 328.
Cralgr. William J., 122,145.
Crain. Walter ()., 122, 145.
Craiii'. Iteiijainln K., 436, ,504.
(raiie, ». II., 111.. 520.
Craiistiiii, llfiiry, •j;i'>, 248.
Cravens, William M., 124. 137.
Crawford, (J. M.. 44, 56,
Crawford. J. 1'., .S58, 42.s, 438, 449.
Crawford, John H.. 461.
Cranford, !{., 199, 217.
(ranford, S. .M., 399.
Cranford. William I'., 43, 56, 115.
Crauley. W. J., :U5, 427.
Creasmaii. W. 1$., 42.
Creek Nation.

Payment of annuities to, in cotton, 609, 610, 628,
635, 677, 709.
Creel, Henry C., 624. 632.
Crenshaw, Edivard, 20, 66.
Crenshaw, W. L., 44.
Crittenden, James lj., 547.
Crittenden, Kobert F., 3.55, 3.^7, 427.
Croekett, Ueorge F., 737, 73x.



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