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Senate, 1963 ; by House, 1966 ; en-
rolled, 2023 ; approved, 2062.
remarks by —

Mr. Conkling 1988,1939, 1963

Mr. Edmunds.. 1568, 1624

Mr. Trumbull 1988, 1989

bill (S. No. 268) relating to writs of execu-
tion and other final process in, of the
United States— [By Mr. ScoU.]
reported adversely and indefinitely post-
ponedi 1176.



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XLIX



Co u rU — Continued*
bill (S. {^o. 806) to fix the time of holding
the United States, in the districts of
Arkansas — [By Mr. Kice.]
reported adversely and indefinitely post-
poned, 2958.
bill (S. No. 1089) to reimburse the State
of Nevada for expenses incurred while
a Territory in the purohase of a prison
and in support of United States — [By
Mr. Davis, of West Virginia.]
reported, 1246; passed, 4194; passed
HoBse, 4479 ; enrolled, 4481 ; approved,
4504.
bill (S. No. 66) for the better orgaaization
of the district, of the United States in
Louisiana — [By Mr. Kellogg.]
reported adversely and indefinitely post-
poned, 8471.
bill (S. No. 1117) relating to the, and judicial
proceedings in the Territories — [By Mr.
Origin.]
referred, 8490.
bill (H. E. No. 21) to allow persons accnsed
of crime to testify in their own behalf
in the, of the United States,
received from House, 8541 ; referred,
8572 ; reported adversely, 8767.
bill (ii. K. No. 482) regulating the compen-
sation of criers and bailiffs of the United
States.
received from House, 8541 ; referred,
8572; reported adversely and indefi-
nitely postponed, 8767.
bill (H. K. No. 1017) to preventand punish
the obstruction of the administration of
justice in the, of the United States,
received from House, 8541; referred,
8572; reported, 8767, 4280; passed
with amendment, 4280; concurred in
by House with amendment, 4498;
agreed to, 4498 ; enrolled, 4500.
bill (H. R. No. 2983) for the better organ-
ization of the district, of the United
States within the State of Louisiana,
received from House, 8948 ; referred,8949.
Gonsin, Bartholomew, bill (S. No. 790) to ex-
tend the provisions of an act for the relief
of certain purchasers of lauds from the legal
representatives of, approved February
18, 1871— [By Mr. Blair.]
referred, 1557; reported and passed. 1758 ;
passed House, 4109 ; enrolled, 4167 ; ap-
proved, 4222.
Cowan & Dickinson, bill (S. No. 96) for the
relief of, of Knoxville, Tennessee — [By
Mr. Pratt.]
reported, 1986 ; passed, 2260.
Cowen, Robert E., bill (H. R. No. 1660) to
relieve, of Kansas City, Missouri, of
political disabilities,
received from House, 1155; referred, 1160.
Cox, Calista E., bill (S. No. 1151) for the
relief of, widow of Harvey W. Sabin,
deceased — [By Mr. Ferry, of Con-
necticut.]
reported, 8768 ; passed, 4159 ; passed House,
4856 ; enrolled, 4417 ; approved, 4475.
Cragin, Aaron H., a Senator from New

Hampshire 1

petitions presented by 85,234, 851,

580, 815, 888, 950, 1205, 1224, 1757, 2152,

2285, 2356, 2559, 2630, 2678, 2757, 8055

bills introduced by —

No. 825 — to aid in the execution of the

law against polygamy, and to prevent

that crime, in the Territory of Utah... 8

No. 417 — fixing the rank of professors of

mathematioa in the United States

Navy 86

No. 456— increasing the pension of Joseph

Burnham .854

No. 595 — to fix the pay of certain rear
admirals on the retired list of the

Navy 840

No. 835— for the relief of Mrs. Cecilia

Barr, widow of William Barr 1759

No. 848 — for the reduction of the number
and grades of officers of the Navy ... 1849

42d Cong. 2d Sbss.— D.



Cragin, Aaron H., a Senator from New
Ham pah i re — Continue,
bills introduced by —

No. 849— authorizing corrections to be

made in errors in prize-lists 1849

No. 854 — for the relief of certain officers

of the Navy„ 1937

No. 1006— for the relief of Andrew VV.

Johnson 2561

No. 1026 — for the relief of the officers and
crew of the United Stated ship Vicks-

burg ,..« 2724

No. 1061 — to establish a souihern trans-
portation company in New Mexico and

Colorado Terntories 2960

No. 1098—^ establisn an iron ship-build-
ing yard on the waters falling into the
ASantio, and an iron ship-building yard
on the Mississippi river or one of its
tributaries, and to afiford facilities to the

Navy 8246

No. 1117 — relating to the courts and judi-
cial proceedings in the Territories... 3490

reports made by » 234, 581,

817, 868, 952, 978, 1888, 1937, 2119,
2154, 2320, 2455, 2456, 2523, 2722, 2867,
2958,8056, 8122, 8246, 8247, 4183, 4463

incidental remarks by 546, 1758,

1883, 1894, 2561, 8363, 8364, 8365,
8868, 8876, 8490, 8785, 8808, 4158,
4280,. 4286, 4813, 4418, 4463, 4491
remarks on the resolutions to create a Com-
mittee of Investigation and Retrench-
ment 190, 191, 192

on the bill in regard to court expenses

in Utah 234, 285

on the order of business 767,

1936, 2268, 2264, 8894, 8895
on the bill to appoint George Plunkett a

paymaster in uie Navy 1952

on the bill to repeal the duties on tea and

coflFee 2043

on the bill to establish the pay of enlisted

men in the Army 2292

on the bill for the relief of the- officers

and crew of the Kearsarge...2297, 2298

on the naval appropriation bill, 2456,2524,

2961, 2962. 2968, 2964, 2966, 2969, 2970,

2971, 2972,2973, 2974, 2977, 2978, 2979

on the bill to pay R. M. Green for the use

of his patent 2523, 3386, 8367, 8368

on the bill for the relief of George A.

Stevens 2528, 8865, 8913, 3914

on deficiency appropriation bill, 2781, 2782
on bill to secure the equal rights in the

public schools of Wasnington 8099

on the Post Office appropriation bill,

8105, 8112, 8142

on the bill for the removal of disabilities,

(H. R.No. 1050).. 8196

on the bill for the relief of Mrs. Harriet

B. Pendleton 8864

on the bill to fix the pay of retired rear

admirals 8864

on the bill for the relief of Charles W.

Whitney 8868, 8869

on the bill to ac^ust the claims of New

Hampshire 8701

on the tariff and tax bill 8014,

4015, 4080, 4081
on the civil appropriation bill, 4089, 4106,
4241, 4248, 4259, 4278,
4279, 4851, 4852, 4894
on the question of final adjournment, 4156
on the bill for the relief of J. S. Under-
bill 4477

Craig, Belinda, bill (H. R. No. 621) granting
a pension to.
received from House, 157; rderred, 158;
reported adversely and indefinitely post-
poned, 1816.
Crane, Charlotte, bill(H. R. No. 1199) grant-
ing a pension to.
received from House, 620; referred, 662;
reported adversely and indefinitely post-
poned, 2011.
Crawford. John W., bill (S. No. 762) for the
relief of— [By Mr. Clayton.]
referred, 1489.



Crawford, Richard B., bill (H. R. No. 622)
graniing a pension to.
received from House, 157; referred, 158;
reported and passed with amendment,
1881; conference, 2098, 2118, 2187; con-
ference report, 2820; corcurred in by
Senate, 2820; by House, 2323.
bill (H. R. No. 2508) granting a pension
to.
received from House, 2768 ; referred,
2764.

Credentials of Senators presented 1,

18, 449, 606, 1814, 8939
Creditors, bill (S. No. 160) relative to claims
of certain northern — [By Mr. Pratt.]
reported, 1986; recommitted, 2260.
Cressy, Joseph, bill (H. R. No. 2528) grant-
ing a pension to.
received from House, 2768 ; referred, 2764.
Criers, bill (H. R. No. 482) regulating the com-
pensation of, and bailiffs of the United
States courts,
received from House, 8541 ; referred, 8572 ;
reported adversely and indefinitely post-
poned, 8767.
Crimes, bill (S. No. 484) to amend an act
entitled **An act to amend the naturaliza-
tion laws and punish, against the same,
approved July 14, 1870"— [By Mr. Kel-
logg.]
referred, 405.
Criminal cases, bill (S. No. 867) to amend an
act regulating proceedings in, approved
March 8, 1865— [By Mr. Conkling.]
referred, 68; reported, 1006; indefinitely

postponed, 8762.
bill (S. No. 566) to allow writs of error in
certain — [By Mr. Thurman.]
referred, 725.
bill (H. R. No. 1514) allowing respondents
in, in courts of the United States to
testify in their own behalf,
received ffx>m House, 986 ; referred, 986 ;
repoi'ted adversely, 1281.
bill (BL. R. No. 681) to amend an act regu-
lating proceedings in, approyed March
8, 1865.
received from House, 8478; referred
8490; reported, 8762; passed, 4186;
enrolled, 4226.
bill (S. No. 888) to facilitate the trials of,
and reduce expenses in the western
judicial district of Arkansas — [By Mr.
Rice]
referred, 1785; reported adversely and
indefinitely postponed, 2958.
Criminal practice, bill (S. No. 468) to regu-
late, in the Federal courts — [By Mr. Thur-
man.]
referred, 880; reported, 520; passed, 726;
passed House with amendment, 8478 ;
conference, 8539, 8593 ; conference report,
8641 ; concurred in by Senate, 8641 ; bv
House, 8648 ; enrolled, 8704 ; approved,
8772.
Cronk, C. W., bill (H. R. No. 2817) author-
izing the President to appoint, a first
assistant engineer in the Navy of the
United States,
received from the House, 8808; referred,
8815.
Cronkite, J. W., bill (S. No. 1064) granting a
pension to — [By Mr. Edmunds.]
reported, 2984 ; passed, 8766 ; passed House,
4856; enrolled, 4417; approved, 4504.
Crosbie, Henry R., bill (8. No. 902) for the
relief of— [By Mr. Corbett.]
referred, 2084.
Cross, Hannah, bill (H. R. No. 2545) grant-
ing an increase of pension to, a depend-
ent mother,
received from House, 2768 ; referred, 2764.
Crowell, Catharine, bill (S. No. 1149) granting
a pension to — [By Mr. Saulsbnry. J
reported and passed, 8768; passed House,
4856; enrolled, 4417; approved, 4475.
Crozier, John A., bill (H. R. No. 2460) grant-
ing a pension to, of Indiana,
received from House, 2725; referred, 2725.



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Cruelty to animals, bill (S. No. 419) to pre-
veoti while in transit by railroad or other
means of transportation in the United
States— [By Mr. Wilson.]
referred, 206 ; reported adversely and indefi-
nitely postponed, 8892.
• bill (H. R. No. 694) to prevent, while in
transit by railroad or other means of
transDOrtation within the United States,
receivea from House, 2359; referred,
2384; reported, 2674; discussed, 4200,
4220 ; passed, 4237.
remarks by —

Mr. Alcorn 4226, 4229

Mr. Bayard 4201, 4231

Mr. Gasserly 4200, 4201, 4202, 4226,

4227, 4229, 4232, 4238, 4234, 4285

Mr. Cole 4201, 4226, 4232, 4234

Mr. Conkling 4201,

4230, 4231, 4232, 4236, 4237

Mr. Edmunds 4229

Mr. Flanagan 4230

Mr. Frelingbuysen 2674, 4200,

4201, 4202, 4227, 4228, 4231, 4235

Mr. Morrill, of Maine 4228, 4229

Mr. Norwood 4236

Mr. Ransom 4237

Mr. Robertson 4201, 4234, 4235

Mr. Saulsbury 4232, 4236, 4237

Mr. Sherman 4281, 4232, 4236, 4237

Mr. Stockton 4229, 4230

Mr. Thurman.....4227, 4230, 4235, 4236

Mr. Vickers 4232

yeas and nays on the, 4201, 4232 4235, 4237
Cuba, resolution calling for information relat-
ing to the affairs of— [By Mr. Schurz,
December 19, 1871.]
agreed to. 206.

joint resolution (S. No. 5) in favor of the
acquisition by purchase of the island
of— [By Mr. Blair.]
read and printed, 485.
resolution to protest against the action of
the authorities of, toward 'the Chinese
laborers of that island — [By Mr. Wil-
son, February 12, 1872.]
agreed to, 954.
Cupp, Elizabeth, bill (H. R. No. 2407) grant-
ing a pension to.
received from House, 2725; referred, 2725.'
Currency, bill (S. No. 823) to authorize com-
pound-interest notes as a substitute for
legal-tender notes — [By Mr. Sumner.]
read, 3; referred, 42, 43; reported ad-
versely, 1785.
House concurrent resolution for printing
the annual report of the Comptroller
of the.
received from House, 86 ; concurred
in, 86.
bill (S. No. 588) to amend an act to provide
for the redemption of the three per
cent, temporary loan certificates, and
for an increase of national bank notes,
approved July 12, 1870— [By Mr. Sher-
man.]
reported, 839 ; discussed, 890; passed,
891.
bill (S. No. 589) to prohibit the issue and
use of notes or bills as, in certain
cases — [By Mr. Sherman.]
reported, 839; called up, 979; passed,

1178.
remarks by —

Mr. Corbett 1178

Mr. Norwood 1178

Mr. Sherman 1178

bill (S, No. 187) to amend an act to provide
a national, secured by pledge of United
States bonds, and to provide for the cir-
culation and redemption thereof— [By
Mr. Caldwell.]
reported and passed, 907 ; passed House,
1155; enrolled, 1210; approved, 1321.
.bill (S. No. 796) to provide for an adequate
supply of circuiatinff medium tu the
States needing it — [By Mr. Johnston.]
referred, 1588; reported adversely and
indefinitely postponed, 1785.



Currency act, national, resolution in reference
to amending the — [By Mr. Corbett, April
19,1872.]
agreed to, 2561.
Currency notes, bill (H. R. No. '1762) to au-
thorize the Secretary of the Treasury to
allow the printing and impressions of, and
bonds, &o., for the use of Heath & Co.'s
Counterfeit Detector,
received from House, 1228 ; referred, 1254 ;
reported and indefinitely postponed, 1587.
Currie, Hannah E., bill (H. R. No. 2408)
granting a pension to.
received from House, 2725 ; referied, 2725.
Curry, J. L. M., bill (S. No. 1190) to relieve,
from disabilities — [By Mr. Johnston.]
referred, 4254.

bill (H;. R. No: 2980) to remove the disabil-
ities of, of Virginia, and others therein
named,
received from House, 4401 ; referred, 4404.
Cttsack, Virginia M. F., bill (H. R. No. 2498)
granting a pension to.
received from House, 2763 ; referred, 2764.
Cushing, Lieutenant Commander W. B., bill
(S. No. 178) extending the provisions of
the act of July 16, 1862, granting ten years
additional service on the active list to cer-
tain officers to — [By Mr. Cragin.]
reported, 581 ; passed, 3364.
Custom-house — see Building,
bill (S. No. 709) making an appropriation
for the erection of a, and post office at
Shreveport, Louisiana — [By Mr. Kel-
logg.]
referred, 1207 \ referred anew, 1281 ; re-
ported adversely and indefinitely post-
poned, 1390.
bill (H. R. No. 902) making an appropria-
tion for the repairs, furnishing, and
ornamentation of the, and post office at
Bath, Maine,
received from House, 8813 ; referred,
8815 ; reported, 4254 ; passed, 4499.
bill (H. R. No. 2942) for the construction
of a, bonded warehouse, and post office
at Port Huron, Michigan,
received from House, 4009 ; referred,
4010; reported, 4254; passed with
amendment, 4475 ; concurred in, 4494 ;
enrolled, 4497.
resolution to investigate the affairs of the, at
New York — [By Mr. Conkling, Decem-
ber 18, 1871.]
read, 159; motion to take up, 194; dis-
cussed, 207 ; agreed to, 209.
remarks by —

Mr. Bayard 208, 209

Mr. Conkling 159, 194, 207, 208, 209

Mr. Harlan 208

Mr. Morrill, of Vermont 208

Mr. Patterson ^ 207, 208

Mr. Schurz 208

Mr. Scott. 208

Mr. Sherman 209

Mr. Thurman 208

Mr. Tipton 208

Mr. Trumbull 194

yeas and nays on the 209

resolution inquiring as to the instructions
given in relation to the prosecution of
merchants of New York for giving gra-
tuities — [By Mr. Bayard, March 1,
1872.]
discussed, 1817, 1852; motion to take

up, 1450.
remarks by —
Mr. Bayard, 1317, 1818, 1352, 1353, 1450

Mr. Buckingtiam« 1317, 1318, 1450

Mr. Conkling 1317,

1818, 1352, 1353, 1450
Senate concurrent resolution for printing
the report in regard to alleged abuses
in the, at New York- [By Mr. An-
thony, March 18, 1872 ]
reported and agreed to, 1758 ; passed
House, with amendment, 2122; called,
2151 ; agreed to, 2158 ; explanations,
2186.



Customhouse — Continued.

Senate concurrent resolution fqx printing
extra copies of the report in rei^ard to
alleged abuses in the, at New York —
[By Mr. Casserly. April 5, 1872.]
referred, 2187; reported and agreed to,
2249.
report of the investigating committee in
regard to the, at New York, dis-
cussed, 4214, 4220, 4223; minority re-
port, 4468 ; discussed, 4471.
remarks by —

Mr. Bayard 4214, 4220, 4221,

4222. 4223, 4224, 4463, 4471, 4472
Mr. Buckingham, 4220, 4221, 4222, 4223

Mr. Casserly 4220,

4221, 4228, 4225, 4226, 4471, 4472

Mr. Cole 4220,4221, 4224

Mr. Edmund3,4220,4221,4222,4223,4224

Mr. Frelingbuysen 4'i&3,

4224, 4225, 4226

Mr. Howe - 4214,

4220, 4221, 4225, 4471, 4472

Mr. Morrill; of Vermout.„« 4220

Mr. Pratt 4228

Mr. Sherman 4214, 4220, 4472

Mr. Stewart 4220. 4221, 4224, 4225

Mr. Thurman,4221,4228,4224,4225,4472
Customs, bill (S. No. 2) to regulate the ser-
vice in the collection of, at the various
ports of entry in the United States, and the
disposition of fines, penalties, and for-
feitures incurred under the laws relating
to customs — [By Mr. Fenton.]
reported, 235; discussed, 295; made spe-
cial order, 300 ; discussed, 880 ; amend-
ment reported, 405.
remarks by —

Mr. Chandler 880

Mr. Fenton 285, 295, 296, 800

Mr. Sherman 405

Customs, officers of the, bill (S. No. 596) to
amend existing laws relating to the com-
pensation of— [By Mr. Chandler.]
referred, 840.
Customs revenue cases, bill (H. R. No.
2825) to regulate the seizure and exam-
ination of invoices, books, and papers in.
received from House, 2538 ; referred, 2589 ;
motion to discharge committee, 4252;
motion, 4335 ; discussed, 4385.
Customs tariff legislation. Senate concurrent
resolution for printing report of Chief of
the Bureau of SlAtistics on — [By Mr.
Sherman, Ftbruary 6, 1872 ]
referred, 818 ; reported and agreed to, 2011.
Cutter, George W., bill (S. No. 171) for the
relief of Paymaster — [By Mr. Cragin.]
reported, 868; passed, 8364.



Dahlgren, Rear Admiral John A., bill (S.
No. 1059) authorizing a settlement of
the claim of the estate of the U(e-^[By
Mr. Stockton.]
reported, 2958 ; discussed, 8870.
remarks by-
Mr. Logan 8870,

3871, 3872, 3378, 8374, 3375, 8376

Mr. Morrill, of Maine 8875, 3376

Mr. Norwood „8876

Mr. Nye „.3372

Mr. Scott 8872, 3378

Mr. Sherman 3875, 3876

Mr. Stockton ; .2968,

8370, 8871, 8378, 8874, 8875, 8376

Mr. Windom 3378

yeas and uaya on the 3376

Dailey, J. and C. M., bill (S. No. 868) for the
relief of— [By Mr. Corbett.]
reported, 1964.
Dakota, the Territiory of, bill (S. No. 617)
approving the act passed by the Legisla-
tive Asseiubiy of, authorizing the people
to vote aid to railroads — [By .Mr. Hamliu.]
referred, 907 ; reported, 1665 ; discussed,
28J6, 3356 : pasbcd, 3356 ; passed House
with amendment, 8761 ; agreed to, 8762 ;
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Dakota, the Territory of Continued.

bill (S. -No. 766) to establish an additional
land district in — [By Mr, Ramsey.]
referred, 1489.
bill (S. No. 1018) granting the right of way
to the Grand Trunk Railway Company
in— [By Mr. Tipton.]
referred, 2674.
bill (S. No. 1045) to qaiet the title to certain
lands in — [By Mr. Kamsey.]
referred, 2884 ; printed, 2960; reported,
8352; discussed, 8544; passed, 8545;
passed House, 4187 ; enrolled, 4226 ;
' approved, 4346*.
bill (U. R. No. 2685) to establish an addi-
tional land district in.
received from House, 8121 ; referred,
8122 ; reported and passed, 8546 ;
enrolled, 8594.
Dana< James D., bill (S. No. 675) granting to,
tne use of certain plates — [By Mr. Morrill,
of Maine.]
reported and passed, 1128 ; passed Honse,
1182; enrolled, 1228; approved, 1416.
Darien, Senate concurrent resolution for

grin ting additional copies of Captain
elfridge's report of the survey of the
Isthmus of— [By Mr. Anthony, May 17,
1872.]
reported and agreed to, 3578.
Davis, Qarrett, a Senator from -Kentucky... 157

Petitions presented by 811, 829, 401, 619
ill introduced by —

No. 410 — appropriating money to pay tbe
ansatisfied claims of the State of Ken-
tucky growing out of the late civil

war 205

resolution submitted by —

to inquire into the conduct of President

Grant - [December 20, 1871] 235

incidental remarks by 159,

284, 235, 259, 452, 462, 482, 484, 581, 696
remarks on the resolutions lo create a Com-
mittee of Investigation and Retrench-
ment 182

on the amnesty and civil rights bill, ^H.

I R. No. 880) 266, 268, 590. 768

on the resolution to pay mileage to Foster

Blodgett 820

on the bill providing for the expenses of
the Committee on Southern Outrages,

852, 858

. on the question of the receptidn of the

petition of Chinese in regard to the

duties on rice..* 379

on the order of business, 483, 485,^486, 487

on the apportionment bill..... 619, 678

leave of absence granted to 3315

Davis, Henry G., a Senator from West Vir-
ginia 1

petitions presented by 351,

401, 519, 754, 906, 1388, 1587, 1818,
1848, 1986, 1985, 2355, 2428, 2453
bilTs introduced by —
No. 458 — to facilitate internal com-
merce ,...883

No. 512 — to provide for the erection of a
building suitable for the use of the Uni-
ted States courts, post office, and other
necessary offices at Charlestown, West

Virginia 484

No. 775— for the relief of the trustees
of the German Evangelical church at

Martinsburg, West Virginia 1525

No. 7^4 — for the relief of the trustees
of Charity Lodge, No. Ill, Free and
Accepted Masons, of Harper's Ferry,

West Virginia 1588

No. 908— for the relief of John Potts,

chief clerk of the War Department, 2120

No. 929— for the relief of Robert Lowry,

of Nashville, Tennessee 2185

No. 953 — to pay James and Emma S.
Cameron for property taken and used
by the Army during the late war. ..2^57
No. 988— for the relief of Margaret B.
Franks, heir-at-law of Thomas L.
Franks, of Green Bay, Wisconsin, 2484



Davis, HeniT G., a Senator from West Vir-
* ginia — Continued.
bills introduced by —
No. 1089 — to reimbiirse the State of Ne-
vada for expenses incurred, while a
Territory, in the purchase of a prison
and in support of United States

courts 3246

No. 1162— for the relief of Edward N.

Calvert....; 8870

reports made by 868, 1624,

1665, 2011, 2119, 2120. 2185, 2320. 2367,
2484, 3246, 3763, 8768, 3870. 3949, 4193
incidental remarks by, 232.883. 354,405.449,
754, 867, 871, 919, 928, 1315, 1447, 1524,
1712, 1783, 1822, 1848, 1951, 1964, 2262,
2856, 2356, 2494, 2541, 2675, 2880, 2955,
8018, 8021, 8102, 8146, 8147, 8148, 8270,
8588, 8545, 3769, 3888, 4200, 4232, 4334
remarks on the Santa F6 railroad bill,

1891, 1785

on the legislative appropriation bill, 1396,

1422, 1459, 1502, 1576

on the bill to repeal the duties on tea and

coffee.. 1979, 2086

on the bill for the relief of purchasers of

lots at Harper's Ferry 1985

on the order of business 2458,

2867, 2907, 8359, 3545
on the Baltimore and Potomac railroad

bill 8174, 3483, 8484, 3486,

• 8487, 3492, '3504, 8605, 8536, 3536
on the bill for the removal of dis biliiies,

(H. R. No. 1050) 3188, 3270

on the bill to amend the steamboat

law 3439

on th& bill to adjust the claims of New

Hampshire 8701

on the civil rights bill (S. No. 1141), 8728,
8729, 3730, 3731, 3732, 3784
on the bill relating to Oregon and Wash-
ington war claims. 3771, 3772

on the resolution limiting debate on the

tariff bill 8945

on the civil appropriation bill, 4363, 4372
Davis, Jacob R., bill (H. R. No. 1187) for the
relief of, of Richmond county, Georgia,
received from House, 522; referred, 544.
Davis, Jefferson W., bill (S. No. 451) for the
relief of— [By Mr. Fenton.]
referred, 383 ; reported, 663 ; passed, 1712;
passed the House, 3961 ; enrolled, 4009 ;
approved, 4475.
Davis, John, bill (H. R. No. 2431) granting a
pension to, corporal of the night watch
on board the United States ship Octorara.
received from House, 2725 ; referred, 2725;
reported adversely and indefinitely post-
poned, 3769.
Davis, Mrs. Mary, bill (H. R. No. 2488) grant-
ing a pension to, of Philadelphia,
received from the House, 2725; referred,
2725.
Davis, Samuel, bill (S. No. 872) granting fb

Sension df fifty dollars per month to, of
few Trenton, Indiana — [By Mr. Morton.]
referred, 1964; reported adversely and
indefinitely postponed, 2797.
Davis, Samuel B., bill (H. R. No. 2468) grant-
ing a pension to.
received from the House, 2725 ; referred,
2725.
Dawson, Joseph, bill (H. R. No. 2804) for the
relief of.
received from the House, 3641 ; referred,
8647.
Dayton, F. F., bill (S. No. 894) granting a pen-
sion to the widow and heirs of, of com-
pany F, eleventh Indiana volunteer infan-
try— [By Mr. Harlan.]
referred, 2059; reported and agreed to,
2153 ; passed House, 2725 ; enrolled,
2796 ; approved, 2998.
Dayton, Frederick L., resolution calling for



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