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Mr. Cox 1960, 2114, 21 1 5

Mr. Crebs 2051

Mr. Eldredge 2050, 2116, 2150

Mr. Garfield, of Ohio 1960,

1961, 2050, 2114, 2142, 2148, 2145

Mr. Hale 2114,2142,2144

Mr. flanks 2052

Mr. Hawley 1960, 1961

Mr. Hoar 2142, 2148, 2144, 2145

Mr. Holman 2117,

2148,2149,2150,2109

Mr. Hooper, of Massachusetts 1960,

1961, 2050, 2058, 2054, 2055,
2112, 2118, 2116, 2141, 2142

Mr. Kerr 1960,1961,

2051, 2054, 2055, 2117, 2144, 2145,
2146, 2147, 2148, 2149, 2150, 2169

Mr. Lynch 2058, 2054

Mr. Maynard... 2051

Mr. Merriam 1961, 2112

Mr. Negley 1960, 1961, 2050,

2061, 2052, 2058, 2054, 2055,
2056, 2112, 2114, 2115, 2116,
2117, 2141, 2142, 2148, 2144,
2145. 2149, 2150, 2169, 8617

Mr. Perry, of Ohio 2145,

2147, 2149, 2169

Mr. Potter 2058,

2954, 2112, 2118, 2114. 2115,
2148, 2144, 2145, 2147, 2149

Mr. Roosevelt 2116.

2117, 2142, 2148, 2144

Mr. Sheldon 2052, 2055

Mr. Shellabarger 2058, 2054

Mr. Stevenson 2143, 2149

Mr. Storm ; 2058, 2112, 2148

Mr. Townsend, of New York 2058,

2055, 2115, 2116, 2142.
2144, 2145, 2147, 2148

Mr. Wells. 2061

yeas and nays on the 2169

bill (U. R. No. 2186) to amend an act to
regulate the carriage of passengers in
steamships and other, approved March
8, 1855— [By Mr. Townsend, of New
York.]
reported and pasted, 2077.
bill (H. R. No. 2877) to authorise the
construction often or more steam, of
war— [Br Mr. Scofield.]
reported, 8805.
Yeet, (}eorge O., bill (H. R. No. 2292) for the
removal of all political disabilities from,
of Sedalia, in the State of Missouri— [By
Mr. Comingo.]
referred 2440
Veto, of the biH^H. R. No. 1560) for the re-
liefer estate of Dr. John F. Hanks, 2057
of the bill (H. R. No. 1867) for the relief of

James T. Johnston 2076

of the bill (H. R. No. 2041) for the relief of
the ehildren of John M. Baker, de-
ceased 2402

of the bill (HI R. No. 9132) granting a nen-

sion to Richard B. Crawford.. 2687

Yioksburg, bill (8. No. 1026) for the relief of
the officers aad crew of the United Sutei



raoeifed from Senate, 8899 ; read, 8974 ; dia-
ooMfdi 4108; raf^rred^ 4iOe.



Vicksburg, bill (S. No. 1026)— Continued,
remarks by —

Mr, Archer 8974

Mr. Butler, of Massachusetts. 8074

Mr. Hays 4102, 4103

Mr. Holman 4102, 4108

Mr. Scofield 4103

Mr. Sutherland 8974, 4102

Mr. Whiuhorne 4108

Victoria, resolution calling for correspondence
relating to commerce wiih, &c. — [By Mr.
Sawyer, Mny 14, 1872.]
agreed to, 8406.
Vigo, Colonel Francis, joint resolution (H.
R. No. 74) referring the claims of the heirs
and legal representatives of, deceased,
to the Court of Claims for adjustment —
[By Mr. Voorhees.]
referred, 894; reported and* recommitted,
849; reported change'^d to bill (Q. R.
No. 1421) and passed, 988.
bill (H. R. No. 1421) referring the claim
of the heirs and legal representatives of,
deceased, to ihe Court of Claims for
adjustment — [By Mr. Voorhees.]
reported and paMed, 088 ; pas>ed Sen-
ate, 4202; enrolled, 4318; approved,
4459.
Virginia politics discussed in Committee of
the Whole by-
Mr. Braxton 1741, 1742

Mr. Duke 2243

Volunteers— see Bounty; Pensions; JPubUe
Lands,
bill (H. R. No. 1875) to provide for the pay-
ment of an allowance of $100 to the,
accepted under ihe Presideni's procla-
mation of May 8, 1861— [By Mr. Bev-
eridge.]
referred, 880.
bUI (S. No. 559) for the relief of California
and Nevada veteran, discharged at
points distant from the original place
of enlistment,
received from Senate, 2842; referred,
2401.
Voorhees, Daniel W., a Representative from

Indiana 85

leave of absence granted to 85, 8659

petitions pre«<ented by 518,

988, 976, 1090, 1224, 1485, 8089
bills introdoced bv —
No. 978 — in rei&rence to income tax col-
lected from officers under State govern-

menis « 894

No. 1129 — granting a pension to Wiltiam
P. Calvert, of Indiana, late a pnvaie in
the twenty-first Illinois volunteers, 499
No. 1270 — abolishinff all duties and im-
posts on imported printiiig-rype, and
pbcing the same on the free list... ..681
No. 1866-j-to place the name of Sauiuel

B. Davis, late a corporal in company

C, eighteenth regiment Indiana volun-
teers, on the penfeioo-roU at the rate of
full disability, from and after the 4ih
day of March, 1866 829

No. 1867— fur the relief ot Rebecca G.
Shaw, mother of John A. Shaw, late a
private in the eleventh regiment Indi-
ana Tolunteers 8^

No. 1868— for the relief of Charles O.
Wood 829

No. 1869 — to abolish all duties and im-
pnosts on type and other printing mate-
rial, and also to abolish all dunes and
imposts on all articles used in the man-
ufacture of type and other priming
materittl, and to place the same on iba
free list /. 829

No. 1421 — in reference to tlie claim of the
heirs and legal representatives of Col-
onel Francis Vigo, deceased, late of
Terre Haute, Indiana, for money and
supplies furnished the troops under
command of General George Rogers
Oterk in the year 1778, daring the
rtfolotioaaiy war. .....,•••. •«...• 9S8



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tXJOlW



Voorheesi Daniel W., a RepreMiitativt from

IncUaoa — CanHnued.
bills introdaoed bj^-

No. 1466— in relation to the Oregon Cen-
tra) Uailroad Company....*. ...970

No. 1612 — to enforce the payment of the
public debt in legal currency according
to the law of the contract as determined
and pronounced by the decision of the
Supreme Court 1115

No. 1618 — to place the name of Dr. Wil-
liam D. Dunn, of Clay county, Indiana,
late as«istant surgeon of the tweniy-Brst
regiment Indiana volunteers, on the
pension-roll from and after the lOih
of September, 1868 1116

No. 18&— for the relief of Blias C. Bou-
dinot, a Cherokee Indian 1442

No. 19U0-— granting a pension to Willism
H. H. Anderson, late a private in com-
pany B, first heavy artillery volunteers,
of Indiana 1579

No. 2085 — to advance the administration
of justice » ..1954

No. 2157 — providing for the settlement of
the accounts of Captain B. W. H. Read
while acting as assistant quartermaster
in Texas at the breakiug out of the
rebellion 2078

No. 2158 — to aid the enforcement of the
laws in the Territory of Utah 2078

No. 2784 — ^to recognize the validity of the
Cherokee treaty of July 19, 1866. ..8877
joint resolutions introduced by —

No. 74 — referring the claim of the heirs
and legHl representatives of Colonel
Francis Vigo, deceased, to the Court of
Claims for adjustment 894

No. 98— for the recognition of belligerent
riahts on the part of the people of the
island of Cuba in their civil war against

the kingdom of Spain 684

resolution submitted by —

in reference to an amendment of the
pension laws— [December 19, 1871], 216

reports made by 414, 707, 849, 988. 1542

incidental remarks by 216, 849,

508, 684, 685. 908, 938, 1088,

1120, 1554, 1585, 1609, 2594,

2749. 2750, 2952, 2954, 8898

remarks on the bill for the construction of a

public building at Chicago 158

on \h» resolution to inquire into the Louis-
iana disturbances 512, 518

personal and explanatory 686

on the order of business 849

on the consular and diplomatic appropri-
ation bill 1148,

1188, (see Appendix,) 1184

on the bill relating to the Central Pacific
Kailroad Company 1480, 1470

on the bill for the relief of Blias C. Bou-
dinot 1542, 1548, 1544

on plunder by the Hepubliean party, 1922

on asking to be ej^cused from an investi-
gating committee service..... 2005

on the bill to provide for refunding taxes
on judges salaries. ...2274

on the bill in reference to elections ia
Louisiana for presidential electors, 2594

on the case of Dr. John Bmitio
Houard 2792, 2798

on the bill to consolidate tb6 induin tribes
nnder civil government. 2954, 2955

personal and explanatory in rel'ereuce to

presidential nominations ...8879,

8880, 8861

on the resolution relating to the Pacific

Railroad companies..^ 8466

Votes, biil (H. fL No. 2260) to reguUe the

manner of couutiug the, of eleotors for

President and Vice Prettident of the

United States— [By Mr. Widard.]
referred, 2489.
Voting, resolution in regard to an amend-

ment of the rules and improper, in the

House— [By Mr. Bldredge, Deeember 20,
. 1871]
ilgreed to, 258.



W.
Waddell, Alfred M., a Representative from

North Carolina 8

leave of absence granted to 8007

petitions presented by 24, 43, 810, 1224

bills introduced by —
No. 800 — to provide for a building for the
use of the post office and (Jnii^ States
district court at Wilmington, North

Carolina 801

No. 1106 — to pay the Wilmington and
Manchest«*r Railroad Company for car-
rying the United States mails 498

resolution submitted by —
calling for information in regard to the
invasion of North Carolina — [Decem-
ber 6, 1871] 29

remarks on the disabilities of Z. B. Vance,

of North Carolina. ..... .,„,...• 1609

on the condition of the Souths 2405

(See Ajq)endiz.)
Wade, Mary, bill (B. R. No. 514) granting a
pension to — [By Mr B. F. Meyers.]
rentrred, 56.

bill (H. R. No. 1066) granting a pension
to— [By Mr Speer, of Pennsylvania.]
reported and passed, 466.
Wadsworth, Lucius P., bill (H. R. No. 1046)
for the relief of— [By Mr. Strong.]
referred. 896.
Wages, bill (H. R. No. 874) to provide for the
appointment of a commission on the sub-
ject of the, and hours of Isbor and the
division ofttrofits between labor and cap-
ital in the United States— [By Mr. Hoar.]
reported, 102 ; discussed, 102, 217, 221, 224,

251,254; passed, 258.
bill (H. R. No. 961) to amend the law which
requires consular officers of the United
States to collect three months' extra,
upon the discharge of seamen — [By Mr.
Monroe. ]
referred, 898; reported adversely and
Ubled, 8698.
Wagon road, bill (H. R. No. 1512) for the
location and construction of a Govern
ment, from Laramie City, Wyoming Ter-
ritory, to Port Fetterraan, in saad Terri-
tory— [By Mr. Jones.]
referred, 971.
Wakeman, Seth, a Representative from New

Yotk 8

petitions presented by 67. 810, 872,

876, 400, 470, 945, 1195, 1224, 1254
bills introduced by-
No. 624 — granting a pension to Elizabeth

H. Moi^n 148

No. 1057 — granting a pension to Anna
Butterfield, mother of James A. B.

Butterfield 487

No. 1195— granting a pension to Meii:98a

Rankin, mother of Oliver S. Rankin,624

No. 1196 — granting a pension to Mrs.

Jane Dulaney 624

Now 1205— to increase pension paid James

Hogan« of Batavia, New York.. 625

No. 1206 — granting a pension to 1 imottiy

Paige 625

No. 1565 — to amend an act more effec-
tually to provide for the punishment of
certain crimes against the United

8iat«s 1118

No. 2489— granting a pension to Jane

D. Mumford 2710

No. 2440 — increasing the pension of Caro-
line H. Miller^ 2710

No. 2441 — granting a pension to Aunie

Bagley ..2710

No 2ii2 — granting a pension (o Charles

B. FHirchild 2710

No. 2448 — granting a pension to Wesley

Hensley 2710

No. 2444 — ^ffranting a pension to Mrs.

Margarets. Fair 2710

No. 2445 — granting a pension to Susan

Schofield 2710

No. 2542— granting a pension to Jo-
hanna Uskj....» 2754 11



Wakeman, Seth, a Representative from New
York^Conttnued.
bilU introduced by —
No. 2548 — granting a pension to Jernsha

A. Goodrich 2754

No. 2544 — grantiiigapeubion to Robert O.

Wilson 2755

No. 2545— grantins; an incrt^ase of pen-
sion to Hannah Cross, a depeiiannt

mother...... 2755

reports made by 148,878,

487, 624, 625, 2710, 2747, 2754, 2755

incidental remarks by 487, 624,

625,2710, 2711.2712.2754, 2755, 8007
remarks on the biU granting a pension to

Elizabeth U. Morgan 148

on the subject of removals from office,

806,807
on the legislative appropriation bill, 2369
on the St. Croix and Lake Superior mil-

road bi.l 2488

on the bill granting a pension to Caroline

H. Miller.. 2711

on the bill granting an increase ot pension

to Hannah E. Cross 2755

on the tariff and tax bill 2J45

Walden, Madison M., a Representative from

Iowa 8

petitions presented by 119,

400, 579, 1175, 1410, 1555, 1587, 1788,
1962, 2057. 2279, 2855, 2403, 2885, 8676
bills introduced bv —
No. 1018— for the relief of J. W. Holi-
day 895

No 1014 — to grant arrears of penbio:i to

Charles U. Lockwood 895

No. 1836— for the relief of Edwin T. Par-
ker, late a private in company E, second

New Hamp^hire voluute«&rs 1899

No. 1837— for tbe relief of William J.
Clark, admiiiittrator of Gad E. Up^^on,

deceased 1899

No. 2178— lor the reliel of D. K. Sargent,

of Poweohiek county, Iowa. 2074

No. 2885— for tbe relief of James D. Wil-
loughby, of Vinelaud, New Jerst-y, 8650

incidental remarks by .....802,

1087, 2317, 4314, 4828
remarks on the subject of commeice among

theSutes , .....1100

Waldron, Henry, a Representative from M ch-

igan 8

leave of absence granted to...... ..2941, 4218

petitions presented by.. ^ ^...202,

850, 428, 682, 695. 758, 7^, 813, 837,
886. 905. 1004, 1224, 1279, HLO, 1521,
1555, 1587, 1783, 1879. 1954. 2073 2150,
2279, 2355, 2594, 2757, 2795, 2906, 8414
bills iiiiroduced by —
No. 579— granting a pension to Abmham

Coooer .« 58

No 1286— lor the re ief of Amos Eddy,

of Plymouth, Michigan.. 681

No. 1628 — for the relief of James C.

McB ide, of Michigan 1115

No. 2056— to establish an ass ly odice at

Helena, Montana 1900

No. 2088— to auihoriae ibe Secretary of

the Treasury to relund certam duties

collected wi'hout authority of law, 1954

resolution submitted by—

for priming the report of the eommis-

siotiers on mining siatisiics^[ March

22, 1872] ...1900

reporU made by 532, 1271, 19U0

incident4il remarks by, 532, 1271, 8805, 4()24
remarks on the bill making ao appropriation

for William and Mary Collie 1878

on the order of business 3388 8660

in correC:ion of the report 8406

Waldron, W. J., bill (H. R. No. 2576) for the
relief of, of Tennessee— [By Mr. Qolia-
day.]
referred 2884
Waldrop, Terrel Fulton, bill (H. R. No. 2890)
to remove the political disabilities of, a
citiien of JeflWsoa conntyy Alabama-^
fBy Mr. Sloss.]
referred, 2687.



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Wmlktr, Adam B.. biU (H. R. No. 710) for
the relief of - [ByMr. Kerr.]
referred, 197.
Walker, Augusta C. and T. AIodeo, bill (H.
R. No. 1320) for the relief of'-[B7 Mr.
Morey.]
referred, 688.
Walker, Fraucis J., bill (H. R. No. 2758)
to release from political disabilities, of
Golquit county, Georgia — [By Mr. Mc-
Intyre.]
referred, 8878.
Walker, Marj E.. bill (H. R. No. 2058) to
provide for tne payment of, for serrices
in the Army — [By* Mr. Lansing.]
referred, 1958.
Wallace, Adam, bill (H. R. No. 1616) grant-
ing a pension to, late a private tn com-
pany I, thirteenth r6t:iment Kentucky
volunteers— [By Mr. Manson.]
referred, 1115.
Wallace, Alexander 8., a Representative from
South Carolina — see EteeUon^ Contested,
resolution declaring, entitled to a seat from
the fourth district of South Carolina —
[By Mr. Hazelton, of Wisconsin, May
7, 1872.]
reported^ 8156 ; agreed to, 8244.

leave of absence granted to 1612, 4486

petitions present^ by 578, 684,

788, 886, 905, 945, 1195, 2078, 2117
bills introduced by —
No. 524 — to remove disabilities from John
R. Alexander, John R. Wallace, and

James McCants 56

No. 949 — for the benefit of schools in

South Garolioa » 898

No. 950 — extending the provisions of the
pension law approved February 14, 1871,
to certain other widows of the soldiers

and sailors of the war of 1812 898

No. 1108— for the relief of George W.

Morse 498

No. 1186 — to remove disabilities from cer-
tain citizens of South Carolina therein

named 507

No. 1858 — for the relief of certain persons
therein named from their political dis-
abilities 1428

No. 2254— to relieve Edward W. Seabrook

of political disabilities 2299

No. 2806— to remove the political dis-
abilities of N. R. Eaves, of Chester
county, and J. N. McElvee, sen., of

York county, South Carolina.. 2442

No. 2428 — ^granting a pension to James

Supple „ 2708

No. 2424 — granting a pension to William

B. Lilly 2708

No. 2425 — granting a pension to Hugh

Wallace 2709

No. 2426 — granting a pension to Mary A.

Diamond 2709

No. 2752 — to relieve from legal and
political disabilities the persons named

therein ^8878

No. 2886 — to remove^ political disabilities
from George F. Towns, of Greenville,

South Carolina 8651

No. 2981— for the relief of W. C. Good-
win k Co ^ 8882

reports made by 2708, 2709,'2747, 2758

incidental remarks by 1804,

1448, 2708. 2709, 2718, 2758, 4419, 4450

remarks ou the Uriff and Uz bill 8242

on the civil appropriation bill 8755

on the order or business^ 4429

Wallace, Hugh, bill (H. R. No. 567) granting
a pension to— [By Mr. Havens.]
referred, 58.

bill (H. R. No. 2425) granting a pension
to— [By Mr. Wallace.]
reported and passed, 2709.
Wallace, Thomas B., bill (H. R. No. 562) for
the relief of, of Lexington, Missouri— [By
Mr. Comingo.]
referredi 68.



Wallace, Thomas B.^CanHnued,
bill (S. No. 569) for the relief of, of Lexing-
ton, Missouri,
received from Senate, 8886; referred,
8898; reported, 8846 ; discussed, 8846;
passed, 8863; enrolled, 88^2.
remarks by —

Mr. Blair, of Michigan 8847

Mr. Foster, of Ohio. ...8846, 8847, 8848

Mr. Garfield, of Ohio 8847

Mr. Holmao 8846, 8847, 8868

Mr. Parker, of Missouri^ 8847

Mr. Shellabarger 8846, 8847, 8848

Mr. Smith, of New Jersey 8847

yeas and nays on the .« 8868

Walianer, Rosa, bill (H. R. No. 2458) grant-
ing a pension to — [By Mr. Bird.]
reported and passed, 2718.
WaUs, Joiiah T., a Representative from

Florida « 8

(See EUetion^ Contetted,)

leave of absence granted to 944

petitions presented by 8989

Dills introduced by —
No. 780 — for the erection of a public build-
ing at Cedar Keys, State or Florida, to
be used as a custom-house and other

Federal offices. -198

No. 781 — for the erection of apublie build-
ing at Kev West, Florida, to be used as
a custom-house, post oflfice,courl-hou8e,

and other Federal offices 198

No. 782 — for the erection of a public build-
ing at Jacksonville, in the State of
Florida, to be used as a custom-house

and other Federal offices 198

No. 788 — to repeal an act to revise, with
amendments, an act to incorporate
the Medical Society of the District of
Columbia, approved July 7, 1888....198
No. 784 — supplementary to an act to pro-
tect all citizens of the United States in
their civil rights and furnish the means
of their vindication, passed April 9, 1866,
and to remove all legal and political dis-
abilities imposed by the third section of
the fourteenth amendment to the Con-
stitution of the United Suites for par-
ticipation in the late rebellion 198

No. 1815 — for the relief of enlisted men
who served for thirty days in the war
against the Seminole Indians in the

State of Florida,... 688

No. 2825— for the relief of Robert H.

Watts, a citisen of Florida 8649

resolution submitted by —
calling for a statement of public lands
granted to Florida for school pur-
poses— [May 20, 1872] 8655

incidental remarks by 8888,

8889, 4108, 4820, 4881. 4882
remarks on the subject of a national edu-
cational fund 808, 809

on the tariff and tax bill 8569, 8570

on civil appropriation bill, 8779,8782,8798
on the Pensacola and Louisville railroad

bill 4817

Walter, Frederick, bill (H. R. No. 2589) grant-
ing a pension to — [By Mr. McJunkm.]
reported and passed, 2754.
War claims discussed in Committee of the
Whole by-
Mr. Comingo 8078,8074, 8075

Mr. Meyers, B. F 2289

War Department, calls for information upon

the 70, 200, 859, 876, 441, 465, 605,

628, 688, 685, 709, 778, 849, 902, 974,
992, 1216, 1272, 1829, 1884. 1401, 1512,
1588, 1889, 1955, 2117, 2205, 2442, 8817

oommunications from the 809, 859,

412, 418, 448, 471, 479, 548,
544, 578, 599, 684, 686, 722,
802, 881, 929, 1023, 1090, 1165,
1166, 1244, 1829, 1482, 1471, 1545,
1555, 1611, 1650, 1728, 1805,1806,
1862, 1879, 1900, 1956, 2045, 2101,
2887, 2888, 2402, 2508, 2548, 2745,
2905, 2989, 2940, 8007,8157,8888,
8896| 8406| 850d| 8656, 8887, 4178



War DeparimeBi— Cbn^fmiML
communicaUon relating to case of Seth M.

Whiton 1884

in regard to the resolution to investigate

the affiurs of the 1581

relative to appropriations for organizing

volunteers 2849

transmitting statement of amounts re-
ceived and disbursed on acoount of

ordnance stores, kc 2999

relating to the law of July, 1870, for
the relief of certain officers of volun-
teers 8166

in reference to selling garrison lands at

Plattsbuig, New York...- 8748

in relation to the abolishment of the

Freedmen's Bureau 8779

in referenoe to aiding Professor Hay den* s

exploring expedition •••4818

in relation to the signal service 4420

bill (H. R. No. 496) to authorize the renUog
of certain buildings for the temporary
ute of the State Department ana — [By
Mr. Slocum.]
referred, 56.
bill (H. R. No. 656) to extend Winder's
Duilding for the use of the — [By Mr.
Negleyri
referred, 195.
resolution calling for information in regard
to the sales of property by the— [By
Mr. Beck, February 28, 1872.]
objected to, 1289 ; agreed to, 1272 ,* new
resolution proposed and objected to,
1584; agreed to, 1585.
Ward, Sarah A., bill (S. No. 789) for the
relief of.
received from Senate, 2802 ; passed, 4097.
Ward, S. B., bill (S. No. 1142) for relief of.

received from Senate, 4202; referred, 4882.
Ward, William E., bill (H. R. No. 1886) for
the relief of— [By Mr. L. Myers.]
reported and passed, 786.
Wardwell, Oharfet P.S., bill (H. R. No. 904)
for the relief of— [By Mr. Hibbard.]
referred, 891; reported and passed, 982;
passed Senate, 4174; enrolled, 4212;
approved, 4459.
Ware, Henry, bill (H. R. No. 2075) for the
relief of— [By Mr. Sheldon.]
referred, 1958.
Warfield, Ardella D. and Lindsey N.. bill (H.
R. No. 2767) granting a pension to— [By
Mr. Peck.]
reported and passed, 8890.
Warker, Thomas, bill (H. R. No. 2142) for
the relief of— [By Mr. L. Myers. ]
referred, 2078.
Warren, Joseph M., a Representative from

New York 146

leave of absence granted tc 1090, 2905

petitions presented by 976, 1521

Dills introduced by-
No. 688— authorizing the construction or
purchase of a suitable building in the
city of Troy, New York, for post office

and other national offices 195

No. 689 — for the relief of Jane A.

Green 195

iucidental remarks by 146, 8880

Warren & Moore, biU (S. No. 198) for relief of.

received from Senate, 4202 ; referred, 4882.

Warthman, A'dam, bill (H. R. No. 2811) for

the relief of— [By Mr. Harmer.]

referred, 8648.

Washburn, William B. , a RepresentatiFC from

Massachusetts ..8

petition presented by.; 24

incidental remarks by 28

communication from, announcing his resig-
nation as a Representative from Mas-
sachusetts 28

Washington, the Territory of, bill (H. R. No.
1080) to regulate elections in, and Idaho —
[By Mr. Garfielde, of Washington.]
referred, 895; reported, 579 ; passed, 1189;
passed Senate, 2949 ; recalled by Senate
and returned, 2949 ; passed Senate, 1206 ;
enrolled, 8219; approved, 8802.



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WashiDgtoni the Territory of—Continued*
bill (U. R. No. 1500) to confirm title to cer-
taiD lands in — [By Mr. Garfielde, of
Washington. ]
referred, 971 ; reported and passedi 8530.
bill (H. R. No. 1501) to disapprove of cer-
tain legislation in the — [By Mr. Gar-
fieldC) of Washington.]
referred, 971.
bill (H. R. No. 2680) to donate the military
reservation at Fort Steilacoom to, for
the use of the insane asylum — [By Mr.
Lowe.]
reported and passed, 2950.
bill (H. R. No. 2831) to disapprove certain
legislation in, relating to property as
aftected by marriage — [By Mr. Gar-
fielde, of Washington.]
referred, 8649.
Washington, George, bill (H. R. No. 1471)
for the relief ot— [By Mr. Kerr.]
referred, 970.
Water, bill (H. R. No. 1958) to aathorize the
city of Buffalo, New York, to constract a
tunnel under the Niagara river, and to
erect and maintain an inlet pier therefrom
for the purpose of supplying the city of
Buffalo with pure~[By Mr. Williams, of
New York.]
referi'ed, 1773; reported and passed, 2542 ;
passed the Senate, 8453 *, enrolled, 3571 ;
approved, 8682.
bill (H. R. No. 2145) to secure a sufficient



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