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ments of the Army. ..4250, 4888, 4416

on the bill (H. R. No. 2208) making ap-
propriations for the repair, preserva-
tion, and completion of certain public
works on rivers and harbors, 4845.4346

on the bill (H. R. No. 1671) making
appropriations for the construction,
preservation, and repairs of certain
fortifications and other works ot
defense 4846

on the bill (H. R. No. 2582) making ap-
propriations for the payment of claims
under the act of March 8, 1871. ..4856

on the bill (H. R. No. 2705) making ap-
propriations for sundry civil expenses
of the Government for the fiscal year

ending June 80, 1873 4398,

4416, 4489. 4490

on the bill (H. R. No. 2046) lor the
relief of Theodore Adams 4479

on the bill (H. R. No. 827) to authorize
the construction of bridges across the

Ohio river 4500

Comparet, Theodore S., bill (S. No. 494)

placing the name of. on toe pension-
roll— [By Mr. Tipion.J
reported, 450; rereported and passed, 1700;

passed House, 2155; enrolled, 2187;

approved, 2480.
Compensation — see Pay; Salary.
bill (S. No. 851) to tix the, of the Second
Comptroller and Register of the Treas-
ury — [By Mr. Sherman.]

referred, 47 ; reported, 205.
bill (S. No. 412) to fix the, of the Third
Auditor of the Treasury — [By Mr. Pool.]

referred, 205; reported adversely and
indefinitely postponed, 889.
bill (S. No. 552) to regulate the, of the clerks
employed in the several Executive De-

Sartments of the Governmeul — [fiy
Ir. Spencer.]
referred, 696; reported adversely and
indefinitely postponed, 867.
bill (S. No. 576) increasing the, of letter-
carriers under the f^ee-delivery system
to $1,200 per annum— [By Mr. Kel-
logg.]
referred 755 ; committee discbarjjed, 952.
bill (S. No. 596) to amend exibting laws
relating to toe, of officers of the cus-
toms— [By Mr. Chandler.]
refirred^, 840.
bill (S. No. 618) authorizing, to the mem-
bers of company B, fourteenth infantry,
for property destroyed by fire on the
Nashville and Chattanooga railroad-*-
[By Mr. Wilson.]
referred, 907 ; reported and passed, 2287.
bin fS. No. 726) to grant sddiiiooal, to
the marshal of the district of South
Carolina for the year ending June 80,
1872— [By Mr. Sawyer.]
referred, 1256 ; reported and indefinitely
postponed, 8767.
bill (3. No. 948) providing for, to the city
of New Orleans for loss sustained by
the destruction of the Touro alms*
house — [By Mr. Kellogg.]
referred, 2322.

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INDEX TO SENATE PROCEEDINGa



Com pensfttioQ — Caniintied.
bill (S. No. 1049) to regalate the. of regis-
ters and receivers of consolidated land
offices— [By Mr. Wright]
referred, 2867.
bill (H. B. No. ^8) to grant additional,
to the marshal of the district of South
Carolina for the period of foar months
and ten days,
received from Hoase, 8121; referred,'
8122; reported, 8767; passed with
amendment, 4141 ; agreed to, 4187 ;
error corrected, 4237, 4846.
bill (H. R. No. 482) reffulating the, of
criers and bailifTs of the . United States
courts,
received from Honse, 8641 ; referred,
8672; reported adversely and indefi-
nitely postponed, 8767.
bill (H. E. No. 2866) to fix the, of gangers
and measarers at the port of Boston,
received from House, 8772 ; referred,
8807 ; reported, 4142.
Comptroller of the Treasury, bill (S. No. 861)
to fix the compensation of toe Second,
and Register or tl^e Treasury — [By Mr.
Sherman.]
referred. 47 ; reported, 206.
Condlin, John, bill (H. U. No. 2668) granting
a pension to.
received from House, 2768 : referred, 2764.
Congressional Globe, bill (S. No. 681) to pro-
vide for the reporting and printing of the
debateain Congress — [By Mr. Anthony.]
referred, 1129: reported, 1816; discussed,
1818 ; passed, 1821 ; explanation, 1418 ;
passed House with amendment, 1788;
called up, 1828; conference, 1868, 1888;
conference reports, 2011 ; agreed to by
Senate, 2011 ; by House, 1991 ; enrolled,
2061; approved, 2164.
resolution to inquire in reference to reduc-
ing the bulk of the — [By Mr. Morrill,
of Vermont, Pebruaiy 28, 1872.]
agreed to, 1267.
report in relation to the publication of de-
bates in the..... 4482

resoludon to furnish the, and daily Globe,

and Senate documents to each of ^e

judffes of the Supreme Court — [By Mr,

Frelinghuysen, January 8, 1872.]

referred, 296.

Congressional Printer, commnnicattons f^m,7

Conkling, Eoscoe, a Senator from New York, 1

petitions presented by ...», 67,

68, 120, 829, 401, 449, 481, 619,
646, 680, 696, 728, 764, 867, 977,
1084, 1166, 1206, 1207, 1224, 1266, 1889,
1448, 1784, 1987, 2082, 2162, 2818, 2866,
2884, 2696, 2767, 2768, 2867, 8066, 8178,
8699, 8686, 8697, 8889, 4104, 4261, 4401
bills introduced by —
No. 867 — to amend an act regulating pro-
ceedings in criminal cases, and for other
purposes, approved Marcn 8, 1866.... 68
No. 876— to provide for a building for the
use of the post office. United States cir-
cuit and district courts, and internal
revenue offices at Utica, New York ...86
No. 41&— to authorize clerks of circuit
and district courts of the United States

to appoint deputies ^..206

No. 476 — for the extension of letters-
patent to Alexander Smith /md Hal-

•cyon Skinner ^ 406

No. 477 — to incorporate the Continental

General Agency .- 406

No. 496 — ^granting a pension to Mrs.

Charlotte Barnabv 462

No. 668 — to establish a national registry of
shipping, and to afford additional pro-
tection to passengers and seamen, and
to prevent excessive rebates in the duties
on merchandise damaged on shipboard

imported into the United States 726

No. 604 — to allow the Lake Ontario
Shore Railroad Company to lay their
track upon the pier at Oswego. New
York 869



Conkling, Roscoe, a Senatorfirom New York—

Continued,
bills introduced by —

No. 706 — to auUiorize the continuance of
mail steamship service between the Uni-
ted States and Cuba 1207

No. 707 — to rcffulate the weighing of im-
ported merchandise for the ascertain-
ment of duty 1207

No. '840— for the relief of Anson At-
wood« 1786

No. 906 — for the relief of James A.
Bell ..« : 2084

No. 916— to facilitate the trial of suits,
causes, and proceedings, the taking of
depositions, testimony bonds ...... .2164

No. 916— to aid the New York and Vene-
zuela Mail Steamship Company to es-
tablish an American line of steamships
for opening direct trade between, the
United States and the republic of Ven-
ezuela, and for conveying the mails of
the United States 2164

No. 971 — authorizing the sale of the site
of ihepresent post office in the city of
New York to me New York Chamber
of Commerce .....2429

No. 1040— for the relief of William
Fischer 2798

No. 1126 — to enable the Secretary of the
Treasury to acquire from the mayor
and corporation of the city of New
York land on the Battery for a cus-
tom-house and other Government build-
ings 8699

No. 1140— authorizing the President of
the United States to nominate Judson
S. Post a paymaster in the United
States Army ......8706

No. 1166 — to adjudicate the claim of J.
C. Lemon 8770

No. 1160 — to permit the importation, free
of duty, of certaint argets and appur-
tenances for the National Rifle Associa-
tion 8811

resolutions submitted by —

to inquire into the defalcation of J. L.
Hodge— [December 4, 1871] 1

to inquire into the ^' general-order busi-
ness," Ac, in connection with the New
York custom-house — [December 18,
1871] 169

oalling for certain information in refer-
ence to expenditures and defalcations —
[January 22, 1872] 646

to mquire into alleged abuses in connection
with the quarantine and health regula-
tions at New York ; and also into the
treatment of immigi<ants — [February 6,
1872] 842

calling for information in regard to the
number of recommendations made for
appointments to office by Senators from
certain States— [February 26, 1872],

1S207

reports made by 681, 1968, 2867, 2722

incidental remarks by...8r 42, 86, 172, 206,
210, 211, 282, 236, 261, 820, 406, 406,
426, 449, 646, 646, 648, 622, 628, 697,
698, 726, 867, 1006, 1207, 1226, 1348,
1889, 1391, 1447, 1491, 1688, 1624, 1626,
1831, 1894, 198», 1948, 2084, 2164, 2868,
2486, 2628, 2624, 2596, 2696, 2817, 2888,
2986, 8056, 8125, 3126, 8552, 8568, 8766,
8767, 8769^ 8808, 8892, 3912, 3913, 4128,
4129, 4202, 4218, 4226, 4254, 4302, 4898,
4899, 4412, 4468, 4479, 4494, 4502, 4608
remarks on the resolution to inquire into

the defalcation of J. L. Hodge 1,

48,49,209

on the resolution in reference to martial
law in South Carolina 14

on the amnesty and civil rights bill, (H. R.

No. 880) 28, 249, 263, 265,266, 267,

268, 269, 270, 272, 274, 276. 276,
277, 278, 498, 495, 531, 632, 708,
707, 781, 767, 870, 878, 899, 920

on the case of W. L. Saunders, a contu-
macious witness. ,..40, 11, 218, 216



Conkling, Roseoe, a Senator from New York —

Continued.

remarks on resolutions to create a Committee

of Investigation and Retrenchment...87,

88, 96, 96, 97, 98, 100, 101, 126, 127,

128, 188, 169, IGO, 161, 168, 164,

166, 170, 176, 188, 190, 191, 198

on the House joint resolution in relation
to the pay of laborers..... » 124

on the resolution to inquire into the

*' general- order'' buuness 169,

194, 207, 208, 209

on the bill for the construction of a build-
ing at Chicago 204, 206

on the case of Clayton Camp and David
Gist, contuoiacious witneases...218, 216

on the bill to provide for the expenses
under the treaty of Washington 288

on the order of business 812,

818, 410, 486, 486, 668, 766, 767, 982,
1006, 1007, 1008, 1207, 1626, 1668, 1868,
2828, 2622, 2626, 2626, 2627, 2628, 2629,
2684, 2686, 2686, 2722, 2867, 8057, 8247,
8688, 8661, 8678, 8696, 8688, 8689, 8811,
8896, 3897,4107,4108, 4128, 4124. 4126,
4126, 4226, 4270. 4807, 4888, 4417, 4608

on the petition ot the citioeos of Geor-
gia. ^ 829

on the Senate joint resolution proposing
an amendmentto the Constitution con-
fining the President to one term.....864

on the bill to restore the records of north-
ern district court of Illinois. ...427, 428

on the bill to amend the act relating to
artificial limb8..........»...^.......461, 462

on the bill for the relief of the sufiEerers at

Chicago (H. R. No. 666), 667, 669, 966,

966, 967, 1764, 1772, 1796, 1804, 1828

on the apportionment bill .,620,

708, 704, 707, 766

on the resolution relating to quarantine
and health regulations 842

personal and explanatory in regard to
reports of debates...... ...866, 866

on the three per cent, certificates

0111. . ...... ...... ......••• ..«..« ...... ...■••.». OvX

on the bill in regard to the re^gnation of

judges 980,981,2488,

2496, 2497, 2498, 2499, 2500, 2601

on legislative appropriation bill, 989, 992,
1608, 1636, 1686, 1687, 1646, 1669, 1670,
2486, 2687, 2688, 2717, 2718, 2721, 8021

on the resolution to inquire into the sales
of arms... 1014, 1017, 1048, 1044, 1046,
1046, 1047, 1068, 1069, 1078, 1111, 1112,
1118, (see Appendix,) 1166, 1167,
1168, 1286, 1286, 1287, 1288, 1261, 1287,
1288, 1292, 1298, 1298, 1299, 1417, 1418

on the right to take notice of debates of
the other House.. ..«...- 1087

on the Lake St Croix and Lake Superior
railroad bill 1064» 1066, 1852, 1990

on the bill relating to the overland
mails.. « 1162, 1164

on the resolution in regard to recom-
mendations for office, 1207, 1208, 1209,
1227, 1228, 1266, 1624, 1626, 162G, 1627,
1628, 1629, 1768, 1760, 1761, 1762, 1768

on Rule 47, relating to admissions to the
floor 1286, 1889, 1414, 1415, 1416

on the resolution calling for instructionB

as to certain prosecutions 1817,

1818,1852.1868,1460

on the petitions of citiaens or New York
in regard to duties npon tea and
coffee. ......1889

on the memorial of the Chamber of Com-
merce of New York in reforence to the
site now occupied by the New York
post office... ••• »....m1889

on the resolution amending Rale 6, relating
to appeals » 1889

on amending the forty-sixth rule...*.. 1416

on the bill relating to officers in the
quartermaster's department ...1449

on the bill to provide u>r a pablio building
at Utica» New York 1460, 1461

on the bill relating to deposits of soldiers,

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XLV



Conkling, Boscoe, a Senator from New York —
Continiied,
remarks on the resolation in regard to the

treatment of immigrants 1490

on the soldiers' and sailors* homestead

bill 1885, 1886, 1888

on the bill amending act for the re-
moval of causes from State courts... 1988,
1989, 1968
on the bill to repeal the duties on tea and
coffee (H. R. No. 1687), 1971,1972,1975,
1976, 1977, 1979, 1998, 1994, 1995, 1996,
1997, 1998, 1999, 2000, 2002, 2016, 2020,
2021, 2026, 2027, 2028, 2029, 2080, 2082,
2088, 2085, 2088,^089, 2040. 2041, 2044
on the bill for the relief of James A.

Bell 2120

on the Piedmont and Potomac Railroad

Company bill 2124,

2182, 2185, 2186, 2164
on the House resolution in regard to the

rishtto originate revenue bills 2819

on Uie bill abating taxes on spirits de-
stroyed in bond 2360

on the bill authorizing a bridge across

the Missouri river at Nebraska City,

2388, 2884

on the Case of Hon. Joseph G. Abbott, of

North Carolina 2482, 2484, 2689

on the deficiency appropriation bill, 2435,
£437, 2664, 2679, 2680, 2681, 2725,
4727, 2731, 2732, 2764, 2765, 2766,
2767, 2771, 2772, 2773, 2775, 2776,
2777, 2800, 2807, 2817, 2838, 2840,
2841, 2842, 2884, 2911, 2914, 2915
on the bill to establish a municipal court
in the District of Columbia...25d5, 2536
on the supplementary Texas Pacific rail-
road bill 2567,

2573, ?574, 2608, 2610, 2616, 2617,

2618, 2619, 2620, 2621, 2628, 2625

on the bill to authorise abridge at Brown-

ville, Nebraska 2596

on the bill repealing the duty upon tea and

coffee, (H. R. No. 174) 2597, 2598,

2916, 2918, 2920, 2921, 2924, 2925

on the bill to revise the postal code, 2650,

2651, 2652, 2653, 3893

on the St. Joseph Bridge Company bill,

2723, 2724
on debates in House reflecting on Sena-
tors 2760, 2761

on the bill for the relief of Thomas B.

Wallace 2798

on the naval appropriation bill .2846,

2925, 2961, 2963, 2964, 2965,
2973, 2974, 2975, 2981, 2983
on the Post Office appropriation bi]l,2846,
8105, 3108, 3132, 3138,
3145, 3146, 3810, 8812
on the resolution limiting debate on appro-
priation bills...., .,2870, 2876. 2880

on the resolution relating to the Pacific

railroads 2910

on the bill for the removal of disabilities
(H. R. No. 1060), 3179,3180,3182.3184,
8185, 3188, 3197, 8249, 3262, 3265, 3266
on Baltimore and Pot'' mac Railroad Com-
pany bill. 3479, 8485, 8488, 8492, 8494,
3601, 3502, 3503, 3504, 3536, 3537
on the bill regulating criminal practice in

Federal courts 3539

on the Great Salt Lake and Colorado rail-
road bill 3661, 4162, 4163

on the postal telegraph bill 3556,

3557, 3558, 3559, 3560, 3561, 3562

on the Army appropriation bill 3597,

3609, 3612, 8613, 3691

on the supplemental apportion mfvit bill,

3637, 8683, 8699, 8700, 3763, 3765

on bill to amend the steamboat law, 3642,

8891, 4088, 4039, 4108, 4109, 4145, 4146,

4308, 4309, 4310^ 4311, 4812, 4318, 4476

on the bill extending the enforcement act,

3643, 3710, 3719, 3720, 3721, 3723

on the civil rights bill (S. No. 1141), 3728,

8729, 8730, 8731,3732,3788,3741

on the bill to remove disabilities, (H. R.

No. 2761) 8787



Conkling, Roscoe, a Senator from New York— •

CotUinued.

remarks on the civil appropriation bill, 3770,

4088, 4089, 4110, 4187, 4239, 4244,

4245, 4246, 4248, 4249, 4255, 4259,

4261, 4262, 4266, 4267, 4268, 4269,

4270, 4271, 4272, 4273, 4274, 4275, 4276,

4277, 4280, 4338, 4353, 4854, 4357, 4358,

4859, 4860, 4862, 4863, 4364, 4365, 4870,

4374, 487^, 4881, 4382, 4385, 4386, 4387,

4388, 4389,4890, 4391, 4392, 4398, 4395

on the bill to establish a western judicial

district of North Carolina. ...8867, 3988

on tariff and tax bill, 3898, 3900, 3903, 8907,

3909, 8911, 3916, 3916, 3917, 8920, 3925,

3926, 3948, 3961, 3952, 3953, 3954, 8955,

3956, 3958, 3959, 8960, 3961, 8965, 8966,

8971, 3972, 3991, 8993, 3994, 3995, 3996,

3997, 3998, 3999, 4000, 4001, 4002, 4003,

4004, 4005, 4009, 4013. 4014, 4089. 4040,

4041, 4042, 4048, 4045, 4046, 4047, 4050,

4051, 4052, 4056, 4057, 4058, 4059, 4060,

4062, 4063, 4066, 4073, 4074, 4075, 4077,

4078, 4080, 4081, 4082, 4088, 4088, 4217

on the resolution limiting debate on the

tariff bill 8948

on question of final adjournment. ..4147,
4153, 4154, 4156, 4168, 4169,
4170, 4470, 4471, 4474, 4498
on the bill relating to limitation of steam-
pressure on towing and freight boats,
4158, 4493

personal and explanatory 4194

on the bill for the relief of Theodore

Adams 4200, 4494, 4497, 4499

on the bill to prevent cruelty to animals

in transit by railroad 4201,

4230, 4231, 4232, 4236, 4237
on the Orange, Alexandria, and Manas-
sas railroad bill 4285

on the river and harbor appropriation

bill 4289,

4290, 4291, 4294, 4297, 4298,4407,4408
on the bill to inquire into the cause of

steam-boiler explosions 4299, 4300

on the Anacostia and Potomac River rail-
road bill 4300, 4304, 4398, 4414, 4415

on the bill concerning Point San Joa6

reservation 4304, 4807, 4308

on the bill to regulate the seizure of

books, papers, sc 4835,4336

on the bill in reference to public buildings

at Cincinnati 4402, 4468, 4469, 4470

on the hour of meeting. 4416

aiding leave for the Committee on the
Revision of* the Laws to sit during the

recess « 4461

on bill authorizing bridgee across the Ohio

river, 4482, 4483, 4484, 4485, 4490, 4491

on the bill in reference to the military

reservation at Camp Mohave 4502

on the bill to remove disabilities, (H. R.

No. 1825) 4502

Connecticut, statues of Trumbull and Sher-
man prepared by the State of.
day of presentation assigned, 1412 ; pre-
sented, 1526.
Senate concurrent resolution presenting the
thanks of Congress to the State of, for
the statues of Jonathan Trumbull and
Roger Sherman, and accepting the
same in the name of the nation — [By
Mr. Anthony, March 8, 1872.]
agreed to, 1529 f concurred in by House,
2916.
bill (H. R. No. 2709) for the relief of the
State of, and other States. '
received from House, 8641; referred,
3647; reported, 3762; passed, 4190;
enrolled, 4845.
Conner, John C, bUl. (H. R. No. 1481) for
the relief of.
received from House, 8641 ; referred, 3647.
Conepiraoies, bill (S. No. 226) for the protec-
tion of persons resident within the United
^States against unlawful combinations
and— [By Mr. WUson.]
reported adversely asd indefinitely post-
poned, 2320.



Constitution of the United States, joint res-
olution (S. B. No. 3) proposing an amend-
ment to the— [By Mr. Stewart]
referred, 206 ; reported adversely and indefi-
nitely postponed, 3892.
joint resolution (S. R. No. 4) proposing an
amendment to the, confining the Pres-
ident to one term — [By Mr. Sumner.]
notice, 206 ; read, 259 ; diiscussed, 354.
bill (S. No. 243) more fully to enforce the
fourteenth amendment to the — [By Mr.
Frelinghuysen.]
reported adversely and indefinitely post-
poned, 2320.
bill (H. R. No. 320) to enforce the provisions
of the fourteenth amendment to the.
reported adversely and indefinitely post-
poned, 2320.
joint resolution (S. R. No. 7) proposing an
amendment to the, providing; for the
election of President by a direct vote
of the people, and abolishing the office
of Vice President — [By Mr. Sumner.]
read, 4036.
joint resolution (S* R. No. 8) proposing an
amendment to the, modifying the veto
power — [By Mr. Tipton.]
referred, 4106.
Constitutions, State, resolution to pay for the
compilation of colonial charters and — [By
Mr. Anthony, March 12, 1872 J
agreed to, 1588.
Consul, bill (H. R. No. 1055} to regulate the
salary of the. at Tien-Tsm, China,
received from House, 429 ; referred, 448 ; re-
ported, 520; passed, 8277; enrolled, 3318.
Consular and diplomatic expenses, bill (H.
R. No. 2778) to amend section five of an
act' making appropriations for the, of the
Qovernment for the year 1841, approved
March 3, 1841, and to authorize the proper
construction thereof,
received from House, 3478 ; referred, 3490 1
referred anew, 3767 ; reported, 3987 ;
passed, 4251 ; enrolled, 4402.
Consular and diplomatic service, bill (H. R.No.
1323) making appropriations for the, of
Grovernment for year ending June 30, 1873.
received from House, 1210; referred, 1224;
* amendments, 1689, 1823^ reported, 1964;
amendment, 2249; discussed, 2360;
passed with amendments, 2365; explana-
tion. 2429 ; conference, 3478, 3489, 3534 ;
conterence report, 3602; agreed to by
House, 8616 ; enrolled, 3646.
remarks by —

Mr. Cameron 1589

Mr. Cole...- 1964, 2360, 2361, 2365

Mr. Edmunds 2361,

2362, 2868, 2364, 2365

Mr. Hamlin 1823

Mr. Hill « ..2364

Mr. Morrill, of Maine 2862, 2865

Mr. Nye 2862, 2363,2864, 2429, 2430

Mr. Patterson 2361, 2364

Mr. Sherman 2361,

2362, 2368, 2364, 2365

Mr. Stevenson 2364, 2366

Mr. Stewart 2249, 2364, 2365

Mr. Thurman « 2361,

2362, 2363, 2364, 2365
Consular and diplomatic system, bill (H. R.
No. 837) to amend an act to regulate the,
of the United States,
received fVom House, 8700; referred, 3761 ;
reported and report withdrawn,4035,4106 ;
reported and passed, 4168; enrolled, 4226.
remarks by-
Mr. Chandler.....l944, 1946, 1947, 1949

Mr. Cole 1946, 1947

Mr. Mortrill, of Vemont 1944, 1949

. Mr. Morton 1944, 1947, 1948, 1949

Mr. Patterson.....l946, 1947, 1948, 1949

Mr. Pratt 1949

Mr. Ramsey. 1949

Mr. Sawyer... 1948, 1949

Mr. Spencer .....1281,

1944, 1946, 1947, 1948, 1949
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INDEX TO SENATE PROCEEDINGS.



1



Contempt, Senate concarrent resolotion direct-
ing the arrest of Clayton Camp and David
Gisb, fortof the authority of the Senate^
[By Mr. Scoil. December 6, 1871.]
reported, 24; oiscuBsed, 212; called up,
820 ; discussed, 664.
Contempts, bill (S. No. 622) to punish, of the
courts of the United States in certain
cases — [By Mr. Carpenter.]
referred, 958.
Contingent Expenses of the Senate, Committee

to Audit and Control the....^..... 42

instructions to 8986

reports from 85, 4401

discharged from subjects «...» 2758

Contractors, bill (S. No. 184) for the relief of
certain, for the oenstruction of vessels
of war and steam machinery — [By Mr.
Nye.l
reported, 952.
Contracts, bill (S. No. 425) relating to pro-
posals and, for the transportation of the
mails— [By Mr. Kellogg.]
retd and discussed, 260; referred. 261.
bill (S. No. 1058) to prohibit, for servile
labor and to amend and enforce exist-
ing laws sgainst the cooly trade — [By
Mr. Casserly.]
referred, 2909.
bill (iL U. No. 2290) regulating the mode
of making private, with Indians,
received from House, 2961; referred,
2988; reported, 8852; passed, 8542;
enrolled, 8594.
Cocksy, ITila A., bill (H. B. No. 2465) grant-
ing a pension to.
received from House, 2725 ; referred, 2725.
Cooley, Beig., bill (S. No. 911) for the relief of,
and James W. BosweU— [By Mr. Kelly.]
reported, 2119.
Cooly trade, bill (S. No. 1068) to prohibit
contracts for servile labor and to amend
and enforce ezisiiog laws against the — [By
Mr. Casserly.]
referred, 2909.
Cooper, Abraham, bill (H. R. No. 2417)
granting a pension to.
received from House. 2725 ; referred, 2725 ;
reported, 8584 ; passed, 4087 ; enrolled,
4109.
Cooper, A. R.,bill (S. No. 1095) for relief of
8aipuel Black and — IBy Mr. Stevenson.]
referred, 8247.

bUl (H. H. No. 887) for the relief of Sam-
uel Black and.
received from House, 8616 ; referred,
8686; reported, 8890; passed, 4191;
enrolled, 4226.
Cooper, Henry, a Senator from Tennessee...!

petitions presented by.. 68, 120,

284, 401, 1412, 1757, 2285, 2884, 8851
bills introduced by —
No. 881 — to amend an act granting pen-
sions to certain soldiers and sailors of
the war of 1812, and the widows of de-
ceased soldiers, approved February 14,

1871.- 18

No. 994 — to pay certain persons therein

specified for horses illegally taken from

them by officers of United States, 2525

No. 1000— for the relief of Robertson

Topp and William L. Vance 2560

reports made by 2528, 8246

incidenUl remarks by 45, 202, 450, 1528,

1624, 2285, 2884, 2885, 2886; 8697, 4201

remarks on the order of business 1681



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