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the papers in the case of the application
of the heirs of, for a pension — [By Mr.
Harlan, December 12, 1871.]
agreed to, 68.



Deaf and Dumb, bill (S. No. 886) to regulate

the admission of pupils into the Colum

bia Institution for the — [By Mr. Patter-
son.]
referred, 120; reported, 484; passed, 2528.
resolution for printin|; the report of the
Columbia Institution for the — [By Mr.
Anthony, December 14, 1871.]

referred, 121 ; reported and agreed to,
159.
Debate, resolution limiting, on amendments to

appropriation bills— [By Mr. Scott, April

26, 1872.]
read, 2798; discussed, 2867; agreed to.

2883.
resolution limiting, on th« tariff bill and
amendments thereto to five minutes for
each Senator, and excluding amend-
ments not germane^— [By Mr. Sherman,
May 27, 1872.]

reported, 8890; discussed, 8948; agreed
to, 8948.
Debates, personal explanations in regard to

reports of 865, 906

remarks by —

Mr. Conkling 865, 866

Mr. Hamlin 866

Mr. Sumner 866, 906

bill (S. No. 681) to provide for the report-
ing and printing of the, in Congress —
[By Mr. Anthony.]

referred 1129; reported, 1316; discussed,
1818 ; passed, 1821 ; explanation, 1418 ;
passed House with amendment, 1788;
called up, 1823 ; conference, 1853, 1888 ;
conference report, 2011 ; agreed to by
Senate, 2011 ; by House, 1991 ; enrolled,
2061 ;'approved, 2154.

remarks by —

Mr. Anthony 1129,

•1316, 1818, 1319, 1820,
1413, 1823, 1868, 2011

Mr. Casserly 1820

Mr. Cole 1318, 1819

Mr. Corbett 1320

Mr. Edmunds 1820

Mr. Hamlin ., 1316, 18^

Mr. Morrill, of Maine, 1319, 1320

Mr. Pomeroy 1319

Mr. Sherman 1320

Mr. Sumner 1319

Mr. Trumbull 1318, 1319, 1320

of the other House, right to take notice of,
discussed 1036,2759

remarks b> —

Mr. Blair 1038

Mr. Casserly 1038

Mr. Chandler 1037

Mr. Conkling 1037

Mr. Hamlin 1037

Mr. Morton 1087

Mr. Pomeroy 1037

Mr. Trumbull 1037

resolution to inquire in reference to reduc-
ing the bulk of the Congressional
Globe — [By Mr. Morrill, of Vermont,
February 28. 1872.]

agreed to, 1257.
in House, reflecting upon Senators 2769

remarks relating to, by —

Mr. Carpenter 2761

Mr. Casserly 2759, 2760, 2761

Mr. Cole 2759, 2760, 2761

Mr. Conkling 2760, 2761

Mr. Edmunds 2759, 2760

Mr. Hamlin 2769

Mr. Howe 2760

Mr. Morrill, of Vermont 2759

Mr. Sherman 2759, 2761

Mr. Thurman 2759, 2760

resolution to inquire into the expediency of
providing more suitable accommoda-
tions for the official reporters of the
Senate— [By Mr. Anthony, May 80,
1872.]

agreed to, 4086.
report in relation to publication of, in the

Congressional Globe 4482



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Debt, bill (H. B. No. 876) to fund tbe, of i
the city of Waafaington existing Jane 1|
1871.
received from House, 480; referred, 484;

reported, 606 5 read, 1066.
remarks by —

Mr. Edmunds 1066

Mr. Patterson 1066

bill (8w No. 618) relating to the issue of
bonds by the authorities of the District
of Columbia, and to prevent tbe in-
crease of the, of tbe District — [By Mr.
Sumner.]
referred, 890; reported, 2484.
bill (S. No. 973) to tund certain liabilities of
the city of Wasbii^gton, existing June
1, 1871, and to limit the, of and taxa-
tion in the District of Columbia— [By
Mr. Patterson.]
referred, 2429 ; reported, 2484 ; discussed,
2627; passed, 2628; passed House,
8121 ; earolled, 8147 ; approved, 3177.
remarks by —

Mr. Edmunds 1066, 2628

Mr. Frelinghuysen 2627, 2628

Mr. Patterson 1066,

2429, 2484, 2627, 2628

Mr. Sherman 2627, 2628

Debtors, joint, bill (H. R. No. 1770) to au-
thorize settlements by the Secretary of
the Treasury with, of tbe United States,
received from the House, 2666 ; referred,
2696.
Deed, bill (S. No. 823) to cancel a certain,
to the United States of America — [By
Mr. Carpenter.]
reported and passed, 1768; passed the
House, 4109 ; enrolled, 4167 : approved,
4222. ;

Defalcation, resolution to inquire into the, of
J. L. Hodge — [By Mr. Conkling, Decem-
ber 4, 1871.]
read, 1 ; discussed, 48, 209 ; agreed to, 210.
remarks by —

^ Mr. Casserly 209

Mr. Chandler 49, 51

Mr. Conkling 1,48, 49, 209

Mr. Edmunds 48,

49, 61, 62, 68, 64, 66, 209, 210

Mr. Frelinghuysen.. 60, 66

Mr. Logan 60

Mr. Morton. 50, 209

Mr. Patterson 64

Mr. Schurz 60

Mr. Sherman 209, 210

Mr. Sumner 49

Mr. Thurman 49,60

Mr. Trumbull 48,

49, 50, 61, 62, 64, 209, 210

Mr. Wilson 48

resolution in reference to the, at the New
York post office — [By Mr. Sawyer,
December 21, 1871.]
agreed to, 262.
Defalcations, resolution to inquire into the
recent, in the Treasury Department — [By
Mr. Corbett, December 19, 1871.]
agreed to, 207.

resolution calling for certain informatioa in
reference to expenditures and — [By
Mr. Conkling, January 22, 1872.]
agreed to, 546.
Deficiency, bill (H. B. No. 612) to provide for
a, in the appropriations for the expenses
of taking the ninth census of the United
States,
received from the House, 67; referred,
67; reported and passed, 86; enrolled,
120.
bill (H. R. No. 626) making appropriations
to supply a, in the appropriations for
the salaries and contingent expenses
of the Post Office Department for the
current fisctfl year,
received from House, 167 ; referred, 168 ;
reported, 484 ; discussed, 696 ; passed
with amendment, 697 ; concurred in by
House, 1018; enrolled, 1065.



Deficiency — Continued,
bill (H. R. No. 484) making an appropria-
tion to supply a, in the appropriation
for expenses of the joint select Com-
mittee on Alleged Outrages in the
Southern States,
received from House, 236; referred, 236 ;
reported and discussed, 361; passed,
868; enrolled, 877.
Deficiencies, bill (H. R. No. 1664) making
appropriations to supply, in the appropria-
tions tor the service of the Government
for the fiscal year ending Jane 80, 1872,
and for former years,
received from House, 1529 ; referred, 1630 ;
reported, 2248; amendment, 2358; dis-
cussed, 2485, (amendments, 2501, 2624,)
2661, (amendment, 2566,) 2681, 2675,
2676, 2725, 2764, 2799, 2888, (called up,
2847,) 2883, 2911; passed with amend-
ment, 2916 ; conference, 3179, 8249 ; con-
ference report, 8862; discussed, 8362,
8482, 3471. 8476 ; concurred in by Senate,
8477 ; by House, 8694; enrolled, 8594.
remarks by —

Mr. Alcorn 2780, 2731,

2732, 2733, 2784, 2764, 2778, 2777,
2778, 2779, 2780, 2807, 2912, 2918,
2915, 3368, 3482, 8433, 3473, 3474

Mr. Anthony 2808

Mr. Bayard, 2664, 2660, 2631,2676,2677,
2678, 2679, 2680, 2681, 2682, 2684,
2686, 2728, 2729, 2772, 2778, 2774,

2776, 2776, 2777, 2780, 2816, 2842
Mr. Blair 2683, 2729, 2772, 2773,

2775, 2779, 2780, 2807, 8363, 8477

Mr. Boreman 2764, 2778,

2778, 2779, 2780, 2807, 2913, 8863

Mr. Buckingham 2776,

2781, 2782, 2808. 2915, 2916

Mr. Caldwell 2911, 2914

Mr. Cameron... 2784, 3473, 3474

Mr. Carpenter 2678, 2779,

2781, 2816, 2839, 3471, 3472

Mr. Casserly 2437, 2779,

2800, 2801, 2804, 2805, 2807,
2838, 2841, 2842, 2914, 2916

Mr. Chandler 2676, 2677

Mr. Cole 2486, 2436, 2487,

2561, 2568, 2564, 2566, 2566, 2631,
2675, 2676, 2677, 2682, 2684, 2686,

2726, 2727, 2784, 2764, 2779, 2780,

2781, 2800, 2802, 2808, 2806, 2807,
2808, 2816, 2838, 2840, 2841, 2842,
2847, 2883, 2884. 2916, 2916, 8179,
8862, 8363, 3438, 8434, 8472, 3473

Mr. Conkling 2486,

2437, 2664, 2679, 2680, 2681, 2725,

2727, 2731, 2782, 2764, 2766, 2766,
2767, 2771, 2772, 2778, 2776. 2776,

2777, 2800, 2807, 2817, 2838, 2840,
2841, 2842, 2884, 2911, 2914. 2915

Mr. Cooper 277S. 2S05

Mr. Corbett, 2764, 2779, 2804, 260J, 2816

Mr. Cragin 2781, 2782

Mr. Edmunds 2436,

2437, 2438, 2561. 2562, 2563, 2664,
2565, 2677, 2678, 2679, 2682, 2683,
2684, 2685, 2686, 2725, 2765, 2766,
2767, 2768, 2769, 2770, 2772, 2773,
2775, 2776, 2778, 2779, 2780, 2781,

2782, 2B00, 2803, 2804, 2805, 2806,
2807, 2808, 2811, 2812, 2818, 2815,
2816, 2842, 3432, 8433, 8434, 3477

Mr. Feoton 2780, 2807

Mr. Ferry, of Connecticut 2838,

2841, 2842, 2911

Mr. Flanagan 3433, 3434

Mr. Frelinghuysen 2680, 2681,

2682, 2766, 2771, 2773, 2782,
2817, 2838, 2884, 3434, 3477

Mr. Hamilton, of Maryland 2778,

2779, 2816, 2817, 2911
Mr. Hamlin..2566,2780, 2781, 2782, 2816

Mr. Harlan 2436,

2487, 2780, 2782, 2817, 2916

Mr. Hill 2666, 2725, 2728, 2730,

2734, 2778, 2779, 2842, 2911, 2914



Deficiencies, bill <H. R. No. 1654)— Obn^
tinued.
remarks by —

Mr. Hitchcock 2601, 2818, 2847

Mr. Howe 2666,

2676, 2783, 2911, 2912, 2918, 3472

Mr. Kellogg 2806

Mr. Morrill, of Maine, 2358, 2781, 2816

Mr. Morrill, of Vermont 2485,

2564, 2566, 2679, 2682, 2686,

2765, 2802, 2803, 2888, 2843,

2884, 2911, 2914, 2915, 8862

Mr. Morton, 2565.2682,2684,2085,2731,

2732, 2738, 2784, 2766, 2767, 2770,

2771, 2772, 2774, 2775, 2776, 2777,

2800, 2801, 2803, 2804, 2805, 2806,

2811, 2812, 2813, 2814^ 2815, 2816,
2888, 2841, 2842, 8863, 8483, 3472

Mr. Nye 2764, 2779, 2817

Mr. Osborn.: 2778, 2775, 2779

Mr. Patterson 2725, 2764, 2779

Mr. Pomeroy 2485, 2486, 2487,

2681, 2727, 2779, 2782, 2800, 2888,
2840, 2884, 2911, 2912, 8862, 3473

Mr. Pratt 2807

Mr. Ransom 2778, 2779

Mr. Rice 2775

Mr. Sawyer 2487,2624, 2561,

2562, 2568, 2564, 2565, 2680, 2725,
2764, 2765, 2766, 2769, 2770, 2778,

2779, 2780, 2802, 2804, 2813, 2814,
2815, 2816, 2840. 2841, 8483, 84^4

Mr. Scott...2565, 2725, 2778, 2779, 3434

Mr. Sherman 2727, 2728, 2729,

2783, 2734, 2764, 2765, 2767,
2768, 2769, 2772, 2778, 2777,
2807, 2884, 3362, 8368, 8433,
3484, 8471, 8472, 8476, 8477

Mr. Spencer 2803, 2817

Mr. Stevenson 2436, 2487,

2488, 2439, 2779, 2780, 2808, 2811,

2812, 2818, 2815, 2816, 2884, 2914

Mr. Stockton 2684, 2686, 2842

Mr. Sumner 2561, 2564,

2566, 2804, 2805, 2806, 2807, 2842

Mr. Thurman ....2562. 2563, 2564, 2505,

2675, 2682, 2683, 2685, 2686, 3471, 3472

Mr. TrumbQU...2562, 2566, 2726, 2727,

2728, 2776, 2780, 2781, 2782, 28U8,

2804, 2884, 8862, 8368, 847l» 3474

Mr. West 2436,

' 2487, 2806, 2807, 2808, 2915
Mr. Wilson 24:^7, 2779,

2780, 2781, 2782, 2800, 2801, 2S03,
2804, 2805, 2806, 2807, 2911, 2914

Mr. Windora „ « 2U1G

yeas and nays on the 2565, 2566, 2725,

2764, 2778, 2775, 2778, 2770,
2782, 2808, 2804, 2806, 2807,
2816, 2842, 2911, 2914, 3477
De Long^ James, bill (H. R. No. 2622) tor
the relief of, late Uoiied States cuusul at
Aux Cayes, Hayti.
received from House, 8761 ; referred, 4361 ;
reported, 4142 ; passed, 4476; enrolled,
4494.
Delphine, bill (S. No. 837) to autfaori&e the
issue of an American register to the
brig — [By Mr. Sawyer.]
referred, 1759 ; reported and passed, 1945 ;
passed House, 4109; enrolled, 4107 ;
approved, 4223.
Demiwey & 0'Tool«, bill (H. R. No. 2945)
for the relief of the late firm of.
received from House, 4009; referred, 4010.
Departments, bill (S. No. 763) annulling all
laws of the District of Columbia imposing
a license or tax as a requisite for the trans*
action of business with any of the, of the
General Government — [By Mr. Windom.l
referred, 1489; reported adversely and

indefinitely postponed, 3811.
heads of, bill (H. R. No. 1028) to amend
an act relating to members of Congress,
and other officers of the Govern meut,
approved June 11, 1864.
received from House, 8478; referred,
8490; reported, 8767.



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Depositions, bill (S. No. 915) to facilitate tke
trial of suits, causes, audproo«*eding8; the
taking of, testimony boncU; the issuing of
processes and expeditinGCtbe proceedings
in suits at law or in equity in the district
court of the United States for the soathern
district of New York— [By Mr. Conkling.]
referred, 2154.

bill (S. No. 1043) to facilitate the trial of
•nits, causes, and proceedings ; the
taking of, testimony, and bonds ; the
issuing of processes and expediting the
prooettliags in tnits at lav or ta equity
' in the district court of the United
8tate6 for the soathern district of New
York—[By Mr. Trambull.]
referred, 2834; reported adTorsely and
indefinitely postponed, 3892.
Deposits, bill (S* Nou 448) to establish a sys-
tem of, to prevent desertion, and elevate
the condition of the rank aod file of the
ArmyH^By Mr. Wilson.]
referred, 833; reported, 426; discussed,
1488; passed, 2288 ; reconsidered, 2296 ;
amended aod passed, 2297 ; passed House
with amendment, 8178; concurred in,
8245 ; enrolled, 3276 ; approved, 8579. .
lemarks by-^

Mr, Cole .-.. 1488

Mr. Conkling « 1488

Mr. Corbett.«. 1488, 1489

Mr. Frelinghnysen »1488

Mr. Pomeroy 1488

Mr. Saalsbury 1488, 1489, 2296

Mr. Wilson* 1488, 2288, 2296, 2297, 3245
Depot, bill (S. No. 41) to enable the Secre-
taiy of War to enlarge the, at Fort Leav*
* enworth— [By Mr. Caldwell.]
recommitted, 859 ; reported, 1489.
bill (H. &. No. 2187) to confirm the action
of the boards of aldermen and com-
mon council of tka city of Washington,
designating a, site for the Baltimore and
' Potomac Railroad Company.

reoeived from House, 2090, 2091 ; printed,
2118; reference discussed, 2279, 2283;
referred, 2285; reported, 2958; as-
signed, 3174; discussed, 3478, 3491,
3634; passed, 3538; enrolled, 3594.
Depredations, bill (S. No. 619) to provide pay-
ment for, committed by the whites upon
Shawnee Indians in the State of Kansaa-*-

iBy Mr. Pomeroy.]
irred, 907.
joint resolution (H. R. No. 136) appointing
oommissiooers to inquire into^ on the
frontier of the State of Texas,
received from House, 2462; referred,
2484; reported and passed, 2909; en-
rolled, 2992.
Depdties, bill (8. No. 418) to aathoriie clerks
of the ciffcuit courts of the United States
lo appoint — [By Mr. Conkling. 1
referred* 206 f reported adversely aad in-
definitely postponed^ 1207.
bill (H. R. No. 1758) to authorize the ap-
pointment of, of clerks of circuit and
district courts,
received from House, 2263; referred,
2297; reported, 3768; passed, 4250;
eoirolled, 4402.
De Bassy, R. £., bill (S. No. 769) to close
the accounts of, late colonel corps of
engineers, deceased— [By Mr. Nye.]
referred, 1490 ; reported, 2248 ; passed,2296.
Desertipn, biU (S. No. 448) to establish a sys-
tem of deposits to prevent, and to elevate
the condiiiou of tbe rank and file in the
Army— [By Mr. Wilson.]
referred, 333; reported, 426: discussed,
1488 ; passed, 2288 ; reconsidered, 2296 ;
amended and passed, 2297 ; passed House
with amendment, 3178; concurred in,
8245; enrolled, 3276; approved, 3579.
bill (8. No. 1168) to amend an act to remove
charge of, from certain soldiers of the
thirteenth Tennessee cavalry, approved
April 10, 1869— [By Mr. Wilaon.]
reported and passed, 8892.



Desert lands, bill (S. No. 886) granting lands
to aid in the reclamation of, in the Terri-
tory of Utah — [By Mr. Pomeroy.]
referred, 120.
Desks, resolution directing the removal of the
shelves between the, in the Senate Cham-
ber— [By Mr.Anthony, January 30, 1872.]
referred, 696.
Diamond, Mary A., bill (H. R. No. 2426)
granting a pension to.
received from House, 2725 ; referred, 2725.
Dimpfel, Frederick P., bill (S. No. 156) for the
relief of— [By Mr. Scott.]
reported, 907 ; passed, 1257; passed House,
4401; OTrolled,4416; approved, 4604.
Diplomatic and eonsnlar omcers, bill (H. B.
No. 1121) to giant a pecuniary allowance
to the families of, who die abroad,
received from House, 3761 ;• referred, 8761.
Diplomatic and consular systems of the United
States, bill (S. No. 472) to amend an
act to regulate the, passed August 18,
1856— [By Mr. Spencer.]
referred, 406 ; reported, 1281 ; discussed,

1944, 1946 ; passed, 1949.
bill ( H. R. No. 837) to amend an act to regu-
late the, approved August 18, 1856.
received from House, 3700; referred,
3761; reported and report withdrawn,
4036, 4106 ; reported and passed, 4158 ;
enrolled, 4226.
Disabilities, Political, Committee on the Re-
moval of... ,j 42

reports from-...-... 45, 645, 8870, 4036

bill (H. R. No. 380) for the removal of legal
and.
motion to take up, 27 ; reported. 45 ; dis-
cussed, 65, 237 ; civil rights bill moved
as an amendment, 2^0; discussf^d, 263,
381, 429, 462, 487, 622, 685, 679, 698,
706, 707, 726, 758, 818, 842, 869, 891,
909 ; civil rights amendment adopted,
919 ; bill rejected, 929.
remarks by-
Mr. Alcorn 246, 247, 274, 278

Mr. Anthony 588, 589, 590, 821, 897

Mr. Bayard, 268, 266, 267, 274, 276, 278

Mr. Blair 244, 625,

628, 629, 762, 922, 923, 924, 926

Mr. Boreman 28, 244, 245, 821

Mr. Buckingham.. 237

Mr, Caldwell 277, 919

Mr. Cameron 531, 538, 899, 922

Mr. Carpenter „264,

276, 277, 278, 731, 768, 759, 760,
761, 762, 763, 767, 818, 820. 821,
822, 823, 824, 826, 826, 827; 828,
843, 844, 846, 870, 874, 879, 898,
897, 898, 699, 900, 910, 911, 919
Mr. Chandler, 726, (see Appendix^) 919

Mr. Cole.« 689,

872, 896, 899, 901, 909, 910, 912

Mr. Conkling, 28. 249, 263. 266, 266, 267,

268, 269, 270, 272, 274, 276, 276,

277, 278, 493, 496, 531, 682, 703,

707, 731, 767, 870, 873, 899, 920

Mr. Corbett 249,

281, 872, 873, 897, 909, 911, 912

Mr. Davis, of Kentucky 266,

268, 690, 763

Mr. Edmunds 66.

244, 245, 248, 249, 263, 264, 265;
266, 270, 271, 274, 275,276, 277, 278,
279, 280, 281, 488, 492, 498, 496, 407,
627, 628, 630, 681, 632, 679, 726, 731,
760, 823, 828,844, 846, 848, 870, 871,
874, 879, 896, 899, 900, 901, 902, 912,
919, 921, 922, 928, 924, 925, 926, 927

Mr. Ferry, of Connecticut 246,

818, 870, 871, 891, 893. 896, 912

Mr. Flanagan. ...437, 686, 586, 871, 919

Mr. Frelinghuysea...281, 435, 688, 818,

820, 847, 873, 896, 897, 911, 925

Mr. Hamlin 28, 55,

244, 523, 688, 690, 821, 870, 897

Mr. Harian 873, 877, 878

Mr. Hill « 241,

242, 243, 244, 246, 275, 276, 491,
492, 686, 690, 767, 879, 926, 927



Disabilities, poUdcal, bill (H. R. No. 380)—
Continued.
remarks by —

Mr. Kellogg- 278, 279

Mr. Kelly 894

Mr. Logan 275, 280, 281

Mr. Morrill, of Maine 582, 685,

(see Appendix.) 726, 727, 730, 731, 840 .
Mr. MornU. of Vermont...276, 280, 848

Mr. Morton 240, 244, 245,

248, 249, 263, 269, 274, 276, 277,
278, 281, 436, 488, 493, 522, 623,
524, 526, 628, 629, 531, 690, 758,
• 820, 821, 846, 846, 847, 872, 880,
898, 901, 902, 920, 924, 925, 926

Mr* Norwood « 818,

821, 872, 877, 923, 926, 926, 928

Mr. Nye ™ .^ ...^76, 278,

280, 281, 494, 495, 703, 705,

707, 871, 910, 911, 919, 926

Mr. Pomeroy .....28, 247, 248, 268, 270,

589, 690, 818, 821, 873, 874, 899

Mr. Pratt 276, 278

Mr. Ramsey 56,

244, 246, 277, 497, 689, 880, 881

Mr. Robertson « 27,

28, 46, 66, 237, 249, 275, 276, 279,
280, 492, 495, 531, 632, 688, 689,
690, 679, 707, 720, 731, 767, 818,
880, 900, 918, 919, 921, 926, 927

Mr. Saulsbury 588,

698, (see Appendix,) 846, 928

Mr. Sawyer „ 241, 272,

278, 274, 280, 281, 488, 706, 874,
876, 876, 919, 920, 926, 927, 928

Mr. SchuTZ „698, 707

Mr. Scott„ 287,247, 279,

629, 530, 631, 818, 921, 922, 926

Mr. Sherman, 28, 249, 275, 276,277, 280,

690, 707, 726, 828, 842, 843, 844,

846, 871, 879, 880, 896, 897, 919

Mr. Sprague 898

Mr. Stev«mson.»896, 912, 918, 919, 927

Mr. Stewart „240,

272, 274, 275, 276, 277, 279
Mr. Sumner, 46, 240, 241, 242, 243, 244,
245, 263, 265, 271, 273, 274, 276, 278,
279, 280, 381, 429, 435, 452, 453, 488,
492, 494, 530, 726, 727, 730, 731, 760,
761, 821, 822, 828, 824, 825, 826, 827,
828, 845, 870, 871, 872, 873, 874, 876,
876, 896, 899, 900, 910, 911, 927, 928

Mr. Thurman 246, 248, 263,

264, 266, 267, 268, 269, 270, 271, 274,
276, 276, 277, 279, 280, 492, 493, 494^
495, 496, 497, 623, 524, 625, 627, 528,
689, 679, 731, 761, 762, 763, 767, 846,
{see Appendix,) 847,896,900,926, 927

Mr. Tipton « 876, 913, 916

Mr. Trumbull 27, 28, 65, 246,

' 249, 264, 274, 276, 276, 278, 280,
492, 493, 688. 589, 690, 679, 818,
822, 872, 878, 896, 897, 901, 918

Mr. Vickers 274,

276, 276, 278, 386, 871, 898, 918

Mr. WiUon...„ 248, 249,

276, 688, 689, 690, 679, 781, 767,
819, 878, 874,. 878, 897, 920, 925

yeas and nays on the 263,

274, 276, 276, 277, 278, 280, 818, 871,
896, 899, 901, 912, 918, 919, 926, 928
bill (H. R. No. 885) to remove the, of cer-
tain citizens of Mississippi,
reoeived &om the House, 328; referred,
329
bill(H.*R. No. 1060) for the removal of
le^l and.
received from House, 400 ; read, 406 ; dis-
cussed. 3179, 3249; rejected, 3270.
remarks by —

Mr. Alcorn 8258,

3262, 3264, 32C5, 3259

Mr. Anthony 3184, 8185,

8186, 3196, 3197, 3249, 3265

Mr. Bayard 3185, 8l8t».

3187, 3268, 3260, 3267, 3268

Mr. Blair 3187, 3188,

3197, 3261, 3263, 8264, 3258, 3269
3260, 3261, 3262, 3263, S264, 3266



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Disabilities, political, bill (H, R. No. 1060)—
Continuid.
remarks by —

Mr. Boreman 3179,

3180, 8188, 8189. 8196, 3196,
8263, 8265, 3267, 3268, 3269

Mr. Caldwell 3265

Mr. Cameron 3262, 8268

Mr. Carpenter 8182,

8188, 8187, 8191, 8192, 8196, 8268

Mr. Casserly 3180,

8188, 8196, 8197, 8249, 8261,
8268, 8264, 8267, 8268, 8269

Mr. Cole 31T9, 8180, 3268

Mr. Conkling 8179,

. 8180, 8182, 8184, 8185, 8188,
8197, 8249, 8262, 8265, 8266

Mr. Coop«r 8265, 8267

Mr. Corbett 8267

Mr. Cragin 3196

Mr. Davis, of West VirgtDia...8188,8270

Mr. Edmunds 3179

8180,8188,8184,8186,8187,3189,8190,
8191.8197,3198.8254,8255.3258,3260,
8262, 8264, 8266,8266,8267,3268,8269

Mr. Fenton 8263

Mr. Ferry, of Connecticut 8181,

8189, 8190, 3191, 8192,
8196, 8256, 8258, 3262

Mr. Flanagan.^ 3255, 3'265

Mr. Hamilton, of Texas 3268,

3269, 8270

Mr. Hamlin 3188

Mr. HiU 3187,

3194, 8195, 8259, 3265, 8269

Mr. Howe 8259

Mr. Kellogg 8256, 3265

Mr. Logan 8260

Mr. Morton 8179, 8181, 8182,

8186, 8187, 8190, 3191, 8194,
8197, 8249, 8258, 3255, 8262,
8268, 8264, 8265, 8266, 8268

Mp. Nye 8268, 8262

Mr. Pomeroy 8181,

3182, 3258, 8265, 8269, 8270

Mr. Pratt 8252, 8270

Mr. Saw7er,8188, 8188, 3189, 3190,8191

Mr. Scott 8183, 8262, 8266, 8270

Mr. Sherman 8187, 3188,

3188, 3191, 8192, 3196, 3197, 3262

Mr. Sprague 3180, 3197

Mr. Steven8on...8197, 8254, 8255, 3269

Mr. Stewart 8179, 8180, 3183,

8184. 8185, 8193, 8194, 8249, 3266

Mr. Stockton 8258, 3261, 3262

Mr. Sumner 3180,

8181, 8182, 8183, 8184, 8187,
8188, 8194, 8195, 8196, 8197,8249,
8258, 3268, 8264, 3266, 3267, 3268

Mr. Trumbull 8179, 3182,3183,

8184, 8185, 8187, 8189, 8190, 3191,
8192, 8196, 8197, 8253, 8254,8255,
8258, 8263, 8264, 8267, 8208, 8270

Mr. Vickern 8265.8266, 8267

Mr. Wilson, 3258, 8254, 3268, 8269, 3270

yeas and nnysontlte 8258,

3262, 8263, 8264, 8207, 8268, 3269, 3270
bill (S. No. 481^ to remove ihe, of William
B. Fleming and Uiehard U. Clark, of
Georgia — [By Mr. Norwood.]
referred 405. .

bill (U. R. No. 118i3) to relieve certain citi-
zens of Georgia from,
received from House, 487 ; referred, 618.
bill (H. R. No. 1185) to remove, from cer-
tain citizens of 8outh Carolina therein
named,
received from House, 522 ; referred, 644.
bill (S. No. 524) to correct a clerical error
committed in the enrollment of an act
approved Marcb 7, 1870, to relieve cer-
tain persons thereiu named from their
legal and— £ By Mr. Robertson.]
reported, 545 ; passed, 546 ; passed House,
585 ; enrolled, 620, 662 ; approved, 698.
bill (£i. R. No. 1821) to relieve the persons
therein named from legal and.
received from (he Hooaot 698 ; referred,
704.



Disabilities, political — ContinuecL
bill (H. R. No. 1822) to relieve certain
citizens of Georgia from,
received from House, 698 ; referred, 704.
bill (H. R. No. 1825) to retoove the, of
certain persons therein named,
received from House, 698 j referred, 704 ;
discussed, 4502.
bill (H. R. No. 1826) to relieve the, of
certain persons therein named,
received from House, 698; referred, 704.
bill (H. R. No. 1889) to remove the, of all
persons included by the classes of per-
sons therein designated,
received from House, 817 ; referred, 817.
bill (H. R. No. 1829) removing the, of L.
A. Sypert, Luke Tvafton, A. J. Sisk,
and John Couch,
received from House, 869.
bill (3. No. 694) to remove the. Lafayette
McLaws, of Georgia — [By Mr. Logan.]
referred, 889.
bill (S. No. 621) to relieve certain persons
therei n named from their legal and — [By
Mr. Pool]
referred, 907.
bill (H. R. No. 1683) to remove the,
imposed upon certain persons therein
named in Georgia,
received from the House, 986 ; referred,
986.
bill (S. No. 712) to remove the legal, of
persons incurred by reason of tne late
rebellion — [By Mr. Spencer.]
referred, 1207.
bill (S. No. 727) to relieve certain persons
therein named from their legal and —



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