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bill (S. No. 1102) supplementary to an act
to protect all citizens of the United
States in their, and to furnish the means
for their vindication, passed April 9,
1866— [By Mr. Sumner.]
read, 8274.
remarks by-
Mr. Bayard 8274

Mr. Sumner 8274

Mr. Trumbull 8274

bill (S. No. 1141) to declare and enforce
the, of citizens of the United States —
[By Mr. Carpenter.]
read, 8706 ; discussed, 8727 ; passed, 8786 ;
motion to reconsider. 8786 ; discussed,
8788; motion tabled, 8748; explana-
tion, 8762.
remarks by —

Mr. Alcorn ^8762

Mr. Anthony 8789

Mr. Bayard 8733, 8786, 8786

Mr. Blair 8782, 8784

Mr. Cameron 8734,8786, 8786

Mr. Carpenter ..8706, 8727,8728,

8729, 8780, 8781, 8782, 8788, 8784,
8786, 8786, 8788, 8789, 3741, 8742

Mr. Casserly 8728,

8729, 8730, 8782, 8783, 8786
Mr. Chandler...«8727, 8728, 3780, 8782

Mr. Clayton 8786, 8789,8741

Mr. Conkling 8728,

8729. 8780. 8781. 8782. 8788. 8741
Mr. Davis, of West Yiricinia 8728,

8729, 8780, 8781, 8732, 8784

Mr. EdmDnd8...8728. 8729, 8780, 8781,

8782, 8738, 8784, 8741, 8742, 8748

Mr. Frelinghnysen.. 8786, 8748

Mr. Hamlin 8780, 8784

Mr. Logan ...8781 , 8782, 8788, 8786,8741

Mr. Morrill, of Maine 8782, 8783

Mr. Morrill, of Vermont... ..8788, 8784

Mr. Norwood 8788, 8784

Mr. Pomeroy 8781,

8782. 8788. 8786. 8789. 8741. 8742
Mr. Robertson. ..8730, 8781, 8784, 8786

Mr. Sawyer 8782, 8788, 8789, 8740

Mr. Spencer... 8727,

8729, 8784, 8786, 8786, 8740

Mr. Stevenson 8727,

8728, 8729, 8782, 8788, 8742



Civil rights, bill (S. No. 1141)— Cdn^tiitfttl.
remarks by —

Mr. Sumner,8788,8739, 8740, 8741, 8748

Mr. Thnrman 8728, 8729, 8731,

8786, 8786, 8789, 8740, 8741, 8742

Mr. Trumbull 8789, 8742, 8748

Mr. Wilson 8782,

8784, 8786, 8786, 8740, 8741, 8748

yeas and nays on the 8727,

8728, 8729, 8736, 8786. 8742
bill (S. No. 1176) to extend the provitiions
of the four! b section of the act approved
April 20, 1871, and to declare and en-
force the. of citizens — [By Mr. Scott.]
reported, 4086.
Civil service, bill (S. No. 821) to regulate the,
of the United States, and to promote the
efficiency thereof — [By Mr. Edmunds.]
read and discussed, 2 ; referred, 42, 48.
remarks by-
Mr. Edmunds 2

bill (S. No. 626) making an appropriation
to enable the President to per ect and
put in force such rules regulating the,
as may from time to time be adopted by
him — [By Mr. Frelinghuysen.]
referred, 646 ; reported adversely and id-
definitely postponed, 1176.
Civil service commission, r^olution to print
additional copies of the President's mes-
sage transmitting the report of the— [ By
Mr. Frelinghnysen, December 19, 1871 J
referred, 210; reported and Hgreed to, 284;
reconsidered and tabled, 259.
Civil service reform. House concurrent reso-
lution for printing the President's mes-
sage and accompanying documents relat-
ing to.
received from House, 287; referred, 287;

reported and concurred in, 259.
resolution in reference to—[By Mr. Car-
penter, January 10, 1872.]
read, 888 ; notice, 428 ; discussed, 468, 462.
remarks by —

Mr. Carpenter ; 888,

428, 468, 469, 460, 462, 468

Mr. Edmunds 464, 466

Mr. Frelinghuysen 461

Mr. Morton 464,466

Mr. SchuTZ 468

Mr. Sherman 469, 462, 468, 464

Mr. Trumbull 458,

469, 460, 461, 462, 468, 466
Cirille, Eliza, bill (H. B. No. 2560) granting
a pension to.
received from House, 2764; referred, 2764.
Claim Agents — see AUonuvs ; Agents,
bill (8. No. 809) to prohibit the retention
of soldiers' discharges by, and attor-
neys — [By Mr. Wilson.]
reported, 284 ; passed, 883 ; passed House
with amendment, 8248; concurred in,
8272; enrolled, 8318; approved, 8700.

Claims, the Committee on 42, 1860, 1888

instructions to 236

reports from 86, 120,

817, 1151, 1176, 1266, 1448, 1449, 1450,
1624, 1666, 1820, 1888, 1986, 2011, 2058,
2069, 2119, 2120, 2185, 2249, 2286, 2320,
2367, 2886,2484, 2716, 2728, 2768, 2907,
2959, 2984, 8066, 8178, 8246, 8247, 8762,
8768, 8768, 8870, 8890, 8949,8987, 4106,
4192, 4198, 4194, 4200, 4280, 4401, 4464
adverse reports from, 1161, 1448, 1624. 1768,
1964, 2068, 2186, 2248, 2820, 2886.2484,
2716, 2722, 2909, 8470, 8762, 8768, 8987
discharged from subjects, 46, 620, 728, 868,
1161, 1449, 1964,2068, 2119, 2186, 2248,
2320, 2367, 2886, 2560, 2716, 2722, 2728,
2884, 2848, 2909, 2984, 2986, 8416, 8470,
8768, 3768, 8769, 8870, 8949, 8987, 4086
bill (S. No. 858) to confer purisdiction
upon the United States circuit cuurt
for the fiflh circuit and district of
Louisiana to settle the conflicting, of
the United States and other creditors
of the late First National Bank of New
Orieans— [By Mr. West.]
feferred, 47.



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INDEX TO SENATE PROCEEDINGS,



XXXIX



Cl*toi8-^ ConHnved.
bill (3. No. 410) ftppropriatinf raoney to
pay the nnsaiisfied, of Kentacky crow-
iug out of the late oinl war — IBj Mr.
Davis, of Keatucky.]
referred, 205.
bill (S. No. 498) to indemnify the State of
Kentucky apd other States for ezpenses
incurred by them in defense of the
Uuited States— [By Mr. Stevenson.]
referred, 425 ; reported, 8890.
bill (Id. B. No. 1180) to extend the time
tor filing, fb^ additional bountyi under
the act of July 28, 1866.
received from House, 522 ; referred, 544 ;
reported, 728; passed, 2287.
bill (Sv No. 548) authorifiing the Secretary
of the Treasury to pay certain, arising
from the seizure ana conversion to the
uses of the United States of private

Sersonal property after the 80th of
one, 1865— [By Mr. Blair.]
referred, 668; referred anew, 1449.
bni (S. No. 100) to provide for the adjust-
ment and satisfaction of, of American
citizens for spoliations committed by
the French prior to the 81«t day of
July, 1801— [By Mr. Sumner.]
reported, 695 ; notice, 958, 1967.
bill (S. No. 725) authorizing the Secretary
of the Treasury to pay certain, arising
from the seizure and conversion to the
vse of the United States of cotton after
the 80th day of June, 1865— [By Mr.
Flanagan.]
referred, 1256; referred anew, 1449.
bill (S. No. 797) to provide for the payment
of, for rent arising in States declared in
inenfreciion — {By Mr. Johnston.]
referred, 1588.
bill (U. H. No. 1149) to authorite the com-
missioners of, to appoint special com-
missioners to take testimony,
received from House, 1704 ; referred,
1711; reported, 2119; passed with
amendment, 2268 ; concurred in, 2909 ;
enrolled, 2992.
private, resolution calling for an alphabet-
ical list of— [By Mr. Edmunds, Marcb
21, 1872 ]
agreed to, 1849.
bili(S. No. 160) relative to, of certain north-
ern creditors — [By Mr. Pratt.]
reported, 1966; recommitted, 2260.
bill (S. No. 882) to authorize the settlement
of the, of the Wilmington and Man-
chester Hailroad Company— [By Mr.
Sawyer.]
referred^ 2012 ; reported adversely, 2528.
bill (S. No. 944) to provide for the, of the
Pottawstomie Indians residing in Mich-
igan and Indiana — [By Mr. Bucking-
ham.]
reported, 2285 ; passed, 8545.
bill (S. No. 978) tor adjusting the, of the
State of New Hampshijre — [By Mr.
Patterson.]
referred, 2456 ; reported, 8815 ; discussed,
8700.
bill (S. No. 1088) to amend the various acts
relating to agents and attorneys prose-
cuting, or demands before Cooffress
and the Executive Departments of the



Government— [By Mr. Clayton.]

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and



referred, 8178; reported adverael
indefioitely postponed, 8768.
bill (H. H. No. 2582) making appropriations
for the payment of, reported allowed by
ibe oommissioners or claims under the
act of Congress of March 8, 1871.
received from House, 8641; referred,
8647; reported, 8768; passed with
amendment, 4190; conference, 4856;
oonierence report, 4410 ; agreed to br
Senate, 4410 ; by House, 4409 ; enrolled,
4465; error coirected, 4409, 4410.
Gkrlc, Benjamin, bill (H. H. No. 2446) grant-
ing a pension to.
r«oeivea from fioaie, 2725; referredi 2725.



Claric, Maria, bill (H. B. No. 2486) granting
a pension to.
received from the Hou8e,2768; referred,
2764.
Clark, Mary M., bill (S. No. 280) for the
relief of, widow of Leonard Clark, de-
ceased — [By Mr. Boreman.]
reported, 817 : passed, 1207 ; passed House,
4009; enrolled, 4109; approved, 4475.
Qark, William J., bill (H. H. No. 2791) for
the relief of, administrator of Gad E.
Upson, deceased,
received from House, 8041 ; referred, 8647 ;
reported, 8949; passed, 4191; enrolled,
4845.
Clay, Joseph A., bill (H. R. No. 40) for the
relief of, of Philadelphia,
received from House, 8869 ; referred, 8888 ;
reported and passed, 4192; enrolled, 4845.
Clayton, Powell, a Senator from Arkansas.'..!

petitions presented by.. 816, 977,

1084, 1206, 1389, 1937, 2184, 2247,
2429, 2458, 2484, 2680, 2678, 8808
bills introduced by —
No. 597— to authorize thee Little Rock,
Pine Bluff, and Arkadelphia South-
western Railroad Company to construct
a bridge over the Ouachita river, at or

near Arkadelphia, Arkansas 840

No. 598— to authorize the Secretary of
the Interior to receive the funded bonds
of the State of Arkansas in ezchanfe
for certain bonds now held by him in
trust for the Chickasaw Indians, and
to issue the agricultural college scrip
apportioned to that State and held by
him as security for the payment of the

saidbdnds.... 840

No. 761— for the relief of Albert A.

Morey 1489

No. 762— for the relief of John W. Craw-
ford .; 1489

No. 921 — granting a pension to Dr. Albert
A. More/.. 2154

No. 922— for the relief of William A.
Bevins, late receiver of public moneys
at the Batesville district of Arkansas,
and of David S. Fraly and Edwin Mc-
Ouire, his sureties.. 2154

No. 928— for the relief of John J.
McAlmont and Silas F. Fitld, as se-
curities on the bond of John G. Halli-
burton, deceased, late marshal of the
United Sutes in and for the eastern
district of Arkansas 2154

No. 924 — authorizing the construction of
a railroad bridge across the Arkansas
river at Fort Smith, in Arkansas, and |r
to declare it a post road 2154

No, 931 — authorizing the construction of
a bridge across the Arkansas river at
Little Hock, Arkansas 2186

No. 979 — to define the territorial limits
and jurisdiction of the United States
district courts for the eastern and west-
ern districts of Arkansas 2456

No. 1019— for the relief of John L. Buck,
of Pine Bluff, Arkansas 2674

No. 1081— granting to each officer, sol-
dier, seaman, and marine who served
the United States in the late war of the
rebellion, and who was honorably dis-
charged therefrom, a certificate ifrarrant
for public lands 8122

No. 1088—10 amend the various acts relat-
ing to agents and attorneys prosecuting
claims or demands before Congress and
the Executive Departments of the Gov-
ernment 8178

No. 1148 — to amend the organic act of

the Territory of Montana 8768

reports made by 8277, 8987

incidental remarks by 262, 907, 2357,

2797, 2992, 8490, 8579, 8736, 8762,
4054, 4056, 4414, 4417, 4479, 4480
remarks ou ihe resolution to create a Com-
mittee of Investigation and Retrench-
ment « 181, 182

pen^nai ami explanatory :.262



Clayton, Powell, a Senator from Arkansas—
Continued,
remarks on charges against Senator Clayton,
811, 812, 818, 814, 815, 316, 817
on the supplementary Texas Pacific rail-
road bill..... 2608, 2609, 2611. 2612

on the bill authorizing terms of the United

States court in the Lidian territory,

8277, 3416

on the bill extending the enforcement

act 8705, 8706, 8707, 8714

on the civil righU bill (S. No. 1141), 3785,

8739, 3741
on the civil appropriation bill ...8770, 4106
on the bill to establish a westeru judicial

district of North Carolina ..3866

on the order of business 4159

on the bill to issue college scrip to Ark-
ansas. 4476, 4477, 4479, 4480

report of the Committee on Southern Out-
rages in reference to.
read, 311 ; discussed, 811, 812.
resolution for a select committee to invest*
igate the charges against — [By Mr«
Wrkht, January 9, 1872.]
agreed to, 818; committee named, 821;
explanation, 829 ; report, 4498.
resolution authorizing committee on tha
charges against, to employ a clerk, and
appropriating $2,000 to defray ex-
penses— [By Mr. Wright, Jan. 15, 1872.]
reported and agreed to, 880.
resolution to pay the expenses of the com-
mittee to investigate the chargea
against— [By Mr. Wright, March 28,
1872.]
agreed to, 2012. .
remarks on the case of, by —

Mr. Clayton 811,

812, 813, 814, ^15, 816, 817

Mr. Morrill, of Main)) 4498

Mr. Norwood «4498

Mr. Scott 811, 328, 829

Mr. Wright 318, 880

Clearance, bill (S. No. 659) relative to the
entry and, of fbrry-boats and of bonded
cars passing from one State to another
through foreign contiguous territory — [By
Mr. Chandler.]
referred, 1112; reported, 1849; passed,
1941; passed House, 4109; enrolled,
4167 ; approved, 4222.
Clearing- house exchanges, bill (H. R. No.
1869) for the better security of bank
reserves, and to facilitate bank,
received from House, 4039; read, 4104;
referred, 4254 ; reported, 4280 ; passed,
4281 ; enrolled, 4402.
Cleghorn. John, bill (S. No. 705) for the
relief of, late register of the land office
at Sioux City, Iowa— [By Mr. Wright J
referred. 1207.
Clerical force, bill (S. No. 718) to reorganisa
the, of the General Land Office — [By
Mf. Pomeroy.]
referred, 1226.
Clerk, resolution authorizing committee on
the charges against Hon. Powell Clayton
to employ a, and appropriating $2,000 to
defray expenses— [By Mr. Wright, Janu-
ary 15, 1872.]
reported and agreed to, 880.
Clerks — see Employ4$.
bill (S. No. 418) to authorize, of circuit and
district courts of the United States to
appoint deputies — [By Mr. Conkling.1
referred, 206; reportea adversely and
indefinitely postponed, 1207.
bill (S. No. 552) to regulate the compensa-
tion of the, employed in the several
Executive Departments of the Govern*
ment — [By Mr. Spencer.]
referred, 696; reported adversely and
indefinitely postponed, 867.
bill (S. No. 708) to pay, in the offices of the
adjutant general, quartermaster gen-
eral, and commissary general, at Salem,
Oregon— [By Mr. Corbetk]
referred, 1207.

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INDEX TO SENATE FROCEEDINGS.



Clerks — Continued.
bill (H. R. No. 1758) to authorize the ap-
pointment of depaties of, of circuit
and district courts,
received from House, 2253 ; referred,
2297 ; reported 8768 ; passed 4150 ; en-
rolled, 4402.
resolution to pay the, of the several standing
committees for the month of June —
[By Mr. Pomeroy, June 7. 1872.]
referred, 4898 ; reported ana agreed to,
4401.
Cleveland, Daniel 0., bill (H. R. No. 2845)
for the relief of, postmaster fit Broad-
albin, in the State of New York,
received from House, 4401 ; referred 4404.
Clinton, Charles, bill (S. No. 551) for the
relief of— [By Mr. Kellogg.]
referred, 696 ; referred anew, 1128.
Clinton, John, bill (H. R. No. 2892) for the
relief of, of Brownsville, Tennessee,
received from House, 8869 ; referred, 8888.
Clock, bill (H. R. No. 1957) authorizing the
Secretary of the Treasury to refund duties
paid on the chime of bells and, imported
for St Joseph's cathedral, Buffi&lo, New
York,
received from House, 3948 ; referred, 8949 ;
committee discharged, 4251.
Clothing, bill (8. No. 449) authorizing the issue
of, to certain enlisted men of company B,
fourteenth regiment of infantry,
referred, 883; reported and passed, 380;
passed HoQse, 8248 ; enrolled, 8275 ;
approved, 8579.
bill (S. No. 465) allowing outfit and yearly
allowance of, to the petty officers, sea-
men, ordinary seamen, landsmen, musi-
cians, boys, machinists, firemen, and
coal -beavers of Navy — [By Mr. Scott]
referred, 880. .
bill (S. No. 615) to reimburse certain sol-
aiers for loss of, by fire at Chicago — ^[By
Mr. Wilson.]
reported, 907 ; passed, 978 ; passed House,
1282 ; enrolled, 1821 ; approved, 1560.
bill (S. No. 647) to authorize the Secretary
of War to issue, to enlisted men in

Slace of, destroyed by accident — [By
[r. Wilson.]
referred, 1086; reported, 1449; passed,
1450.
Cloud, Harry B., bill (S. No. 946) to remove
the charge of desertion against, from the
records and give him an honorable dis-
charge — [By Mr. Logan.]
reported and passed, 2821.
Cloud, Nancy, bill (H. R. No. 1243) to restore
to the pension-roll, widow oi William
Cloud, a revolutionary pensioner,
received from House, 8288 ; referred, 8814.
Clymer, Joseph, bill {S, No. 489) for the
relief of— [By Mr. Flanagan.]
referred, 818.
Coal, joint resolution (H. R. No. 27) to repeal
the duty upon,
reported adversely, 1700.
bill (S. No. 522) to provide for the sale of
the lands of the United States con-
taining — [By Mr. Pomeroy.]
referred, 522 ; reported, 907 ; discussed,

2018, 2084, 2430, 8545; passed, 8546.
remarks by —

Mr. Casserly 2014

Mr. Cole ^ 8546

Mr. Corbett,2013,2086, 2430, 2481, 8545

Mr. Morrill, of Maine 2014, 2085

Mr. Pomeroy 907, 2014, 2431, 8546

Mr. RoberUon 2430, 2481

Mr. Stewart 2013,

2014, 2084, 2430, 2481, 8545

Mr. Thurman 2431, 8545, 8546

Mr. Windom 2481

Coal lands, bill (S. No. 894) to amend an act
supplementary to an act approved July 1,
1864^ for the disposal of, and town prop-
erty m the public domain, approved March
8, 1865— [By Mr. Stewart J
• referred, 159.



Coast Survey report. Senate concurrent reso-
lution for printing of the, for 1871 — [By
Mr. Anthony, February 12, 1872.]
agreed to, 952; concurred in by House,

3482.
resolution for printing extra copies of the,
for 1871— [By Mr. Sumner, February
8, 1872.]
referred, 905; substitute reported and
agreed to, 952.
Coasting trade, bill (S. No. 799) to amend an
act to regulate the foreign and, on the
northenii northeastern, and northwestern
frontiers — [By Mr. Carpenter.]
referred, 158iB ; reported, 2885 ; passed,
8485.
Cochran, Mary E., bill (H. R. iJo. 2957)
grantinff a pension to.
received from the Honse, 4184; referred,
4218.
Cochran, S. D., bill (H. R. No. 2900) for the
relief of.
received from House, 8869 ; referred, 8888 ;
reported, 4401.
CoflTey, J. A., bill (S. No. 678) for the relief
of— [By Mr. Pomeroy.]
referred, 755.
Cog^ins, Margaret, bill (H. R. No. 1058) grant-
ing a pension to Margaret Coggins, widow
of Philip Coggins.
received from the House, 429 j referred,
449 ; reported and passed with amend-
ment, 1665 ; concurred in, 1763 ; enrolled,
1789.
Coin in the Treasunr, Ac, resolution calling
for statement of the — [By Mr. Trumbull,
May 18, 1872.]
agreed to, 8599.
Coinage, bill (H. R, No. 2934) revising and
amending the laws relative to the mints,
assay offices, and, of the United States,
received from House, 3961 ; referred, 8986.
international, resolution calling for corre-
spondence with foreign Powers on the
subject of— [By Mr. Sherman, Decem-
ber 19, 1871.]
agreed to, 211.
Coinage charge, bill (S. No. 460) to abolish,
in the mints of the United States — [By
Mr. Cole.]
referred, 354.
CoMwellf Margaret, bill (H. R. No. 2401)
granting a pension to.
received from House, 2724 ; referred, 2725 ;
reported, 3247 ; passed, 4037 ; enrolled,
4109.
Cole, Cornelius, a Senator from Califor-

nla« 828

petitions presented by 878,

481, 545, 815, 1063, 1108, 1205, 1255,
1565, 1623, 1756, 1757, 1758, 1818, 1936,
2082, 2118, 2152, 2184,2247, 2356, 2428,
2716, 8275, 3351, 3415, 8573, 3986, 4142
bills introduced by —
No. 458 — to provide for the segregation
of the puolic lauds of the United

States 354

No. 459 — defining the rights of persons
settling upon the public lands.. ......354

No. 460— to abolish the coinage charge

in the mints of the United States...854

No. 469 — to define the rights of settlers

upon the public lands of the United

States 880

No. 489— to admit tea and coffee into the

United States free of duty 425

No. 506 — to establish military prisons, 484
No. 519 — for the relief of Henry A.
Greene, late captain first infantry Cali-
fornia volunteers 522

No* 520— for the relief of Gdwin A^ Rigg,
late lieutenant colonel first regiment

infantry California volunteers 522

No. 540— granting a pension to Eliza

Bates 606

No. 559 — for the relief of California and
Nevada veteran volunteers, honorably
discharged at points distant from that
of original enlistment ^ 724



Cole, Cornelius, a Senator from Califbr^

oia — Continued.
bills introduced by —

No. 591 — for the relief of the inhabitants
of the town of Areata, in Humboldt
county, California 839

No. 592— to aid the oonstmction of the
San Diego and San Bernardino rail-
road 889

No. 651 — to chance the name of East
Capitol street in the city of Washington
to Lincoln avenue, and to provide for
the improvement of the same ...... 1068

No. 657 — relating to the overland mails,

1112

No. 715 — relating to the ciH;>ture pf the
Albemarle « 1226

No. 716— to incorporate the Utah Rail-
road, Mining, and Land Company, 1226

No. 780— for the relief of William Hunter,

. 1288

No. 781 — amending an act making appro-
priations for the support of the Army
for the year ending June 80, 1871, and
for other purposes, api»roved July 15,
1870 1288

No. 782— authorizing the establishment
of ocean mail service between the
United States and Otahiti and Marque-
sas islands 1557

No. 783 — to authorise the district court
of the United States for the district of
California to hear and determine upon
its merits the claim of Pauline Weaver
and others to the tract of land in Cali-
fornia known as San Gorgonio 1557

No. 809 — to establish an assay office at
Helena, in the Territory of Mon-
tana - ^ 1666

No. 928 — to authorize the Southern Pacific
Railroad Company to change a porti#n
of its line in consideraUoa of the con-
struction of an additional road without
an increase of its land grant »..2154

No. 960 — to aid in the construction of the
North Pacific Coast railrosd, in the
State of California 2358

No. 965 — authorizing the Secretary of the
Literior to have jurisdiction over the
people of AUska called Indians. ...2385

No. 966 — to amend an act to aid in the
construction of a railroad and telegraph
line from the Missouri river to the
Pacific ocean, and to secure to the
Government the use of the same for
postal, military, and other purposes,
approved July 1, 1862, and to establish
the point for the western terminus of
said railroad ^2385

No. 991 — to authorize the sale of the
military reservation known as Camp
Cady, in the State of California .....2525
concurrent resolution submitted by —

rescinding concurrent resolution for final
acljoummeut on the 8d of Jun&-*[>£ay

81, 1872] 4128

resolutions submitted by —

in reference to publio buildings at San
Francisco— [January 11, 1872]. ......854

in reference to the protection of immi-
grants— [Februair 12, 1872]...,..,...954

calling for a list of the military reserva-
tions in San Francisco, California —
[February 12, 1872] 954

in reference to an educational test for
voting— [February 14, 1872] ^..1006

in resard to the protection of the buffalo
and other animals running wild in the
Territories— [February 14, 1872].»..1006

calling for information relating to the
expediency of reserving the island of
Yerba Buena or Goat island for mili-
tary purposes— [May 10, 1872] 8276

in reference to a protectorate over Navi-
gator's Island— [May 18, 1872] 3352

reports made by.. 450,

484, 695, 889, 907, 1315, 1964,
2248, 2797, 8020, 8862, 8541,
8595, 4010, 4126, 4410, 449i

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Cole, Cornelius, a Senator from Califor-
nia^- Con^inu«<f.

incidental remarks by. 881,

404, 425, 451, 484, 544, 546, 581,
724, 839, 907, 952, 958, 954, 981,
1061, 1063, 1112, 1151, 1160, 1210,1255,
1256, 1282, 1318, 1346, 1347, 1348,
1362, 1353, 1890, 1410, 1418,1416,1448,
1486, 1487, 1490, 1491, 1522, 1530, 1556,
1591, 1623, 1625, 1028, 1666, 1711, 1772,
1849, 1852, 1879, 1938, 1939, 1962, 1986,
2062, 2063, 2070, 2082, 2118, 2184, 2288,
2355, 2356, 2358, 2360, 2386, 2391, 2456,
2523, 2525,2559, 2681, 2675, 2723, 2724,
2795, 2796, 2797, 2924, 3020, 8174, 8179,
3272, 3274, 3275, 8276, 3317, 3431, 3482,
3469, 3471, 8595, 8766, 3767, 3769, 8807,
8865, 8888, 8987, 4106, 4140, 4157, 4162,
4163, 4185, 4187, 4194, 4202, 4219, 4237,
4254, 4270, 4281, 4288, 4284, 4355, 4856,
4398, 4401, 4403,4410, 4461, 4500, 4501
remarks on the bill to admit Japanese
youths to the Military Academy^. ...881

on the Question of reception of the pe^-
tion 01 Chinese in regard to the duty



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