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8599, 3601, 3602, 3616, 8637, 8698, 8704,
8761, 3762, 3770, 3888, 8948, 8944, 4084,
4036, 4036, 4087, 4141, 4142, 4148, 4168,
4185, 4260, 4264, 4270, 4299, 4398, 4404,
4409, 4410, 4462, 4499, 4500, 4503, 4504
remarks on the bill to regulate the civil ser-
vice ...2

on the House joint resolution in relation
to the pay of laborers... 14, 16, 122, 124

on the case of W. L. Saunders, a contu-
macious witness 27,

87. 88, 89, 40, 41, 214, 216

on case of Clayton Camp and David Gist,
contumacious witnesses..... 27, 214,216

on the resolution to inquire into the

defiiklcationof J. L. Hodge 48,

49, 61, 62, 63, 64, 66, 209, 210

on the amnesty and civil rights bill, (H.

R. No. 380) 65,

244, 246, 248, 249, 2Q3, 264, 265,
266, 270, 271, 274, 276, 276, 277, 278,
279, 280, 281, 488, 492, 493, 496, 497,
627, 628, 680, 631, 632, 679, 726, 731,
760, 823, 828, 844, 845, 848, 870, 871,
874, 879, 896, 899, 900, 901, 902, 912,
919, 921, 922, 923, 924, 925, 926, 927

on the resolution providing for a final

adjournment 69, 70, 646, 621, 8604,

4142, 4143, 4144, 4146, 4156, '4157, 4474

on the resolutions to create a Committee of

Investigation and Retrenchment, 88, 89,

97, 101, 129, 133, 186, 137,

177, 178, 179, 180, 183, 184,

185, 186, 187, 188, 189, 193

on the House joint resolution relating to
steam-pressure on tow boats.... 171, 172

on the bill to provide for the expenses
under the treaty of Washington 283

on the resolution to inquire into the
conduct of President Grant 235, 236

on the bill declaratory of an act to reduce
internal taxes 411, 412



Edmonds, George F., a Senator from Y^t-

mqntr^Cantinued. •

remarks on bill to restore the records of the
northern district court of lllinois.».427

on the resolution in reference to civil
service reform 464, 466

on the bill for the relief of the sufferers

at Chicago (H. R. No. 656) 483,

890, 1824, 1827, 1828

on apportionment bill...620, 612, 618, 614,
617, 619, 620, 678, 676, 677, 678, 679

on the order of bnsiness 667,

668, 767, 888, 929, 982, 1008,
1166, 1814, 1828, 1829, 1892, 1667,
1668, 1677, 1848, 2044, 2067, 2160,
2187, 2204, 2486, 2488, 2661, 2630, 2631,
2672, 2678, 2866, 8123, 3271, 8814, 8476,
8578, 3697, 8706, 3812, 4066, 4087, 4198,
4126, 4142, 4226, 4251, 4409, 4600, 4603

on the bill for a public park near the
Yellowstone river 697

personal and explanatory 814, 1314

on the resolniion in reference to the treaty

of Washington. 840,

841, 842, 907, 908, 909

on the pension appropriation bill 868

on the petition relating to the seizures of
books, Ac 887

on legislative appropriation biil...990, 991,
1324, 1326, 1326, 1328, 1394, 1896, 1396,
1422, 1423, 1424, 1425, 1426, 1462, 1463,
1457, 1458, 1484, 1494, 1496, 1602, 1604,
1505, 1606, 1607, 1584, 1586, 1536, 1537,
1675, 1677, 1698, 1596, 1696, 1697, 1698,
1699, 1601, 1602, 1603, 1604, 1632, 1633,
1684, 1636, 1640, 1641, 1642, 1646, 1670,
1676, 1676, 2638, 2689, 2718, 2719, 2797

on the resolution to inquire into the sales

of arms 1016, 1042, 1046, 1047, 1066,

1067, 1070, 1188, 1158, 1160, 1234, 1236,
1237,1290,1291, 1292, 1293, 1294, 1296,
1296, 1297, 1298, 1299, 1814, 1417, 1418

on the bill amending an act relating to
pensions 1035

on the bill to fund the debt of Washington
city 1066, 2628

on the bill authorizing a bridge across the
Mississippi river at Clinton, Iowa... 1180

on the Piedmont and Potomac Railroad

Company bilL 1209, 2128, 2124,

2126, 2126, 2127, 2128, 2129, 2132, 2188,
2161, 2162, 2163, 2164, 2166, 2166, 2167

on the resolution in regard to recommend-
ations for office 1227, 1760

on the petition of citizens of San Francisco
in regard to the Presidio reservation,

1255

on the bill for the relief of Frederick P.
Dimpfel 1257

on Rule 47, relating to admissions to the
floor .1286, 1286

on the bill to provide for reporting the
debates of Congress 1320

on the charges against the Kansas Sen-
ators 1411

on the bill amending act for the removal
of causes from Stale courts... 1668, 1624

on the bill relating to proposals for the

transportation of the mails 1701,

2121, 2122, 2474

on the bill to repeal the duties on
8alt...l706, 1710, 1861, 1891, 1892, 1893

on the bill amending resolution for the
relief of certain officers, 1849, 2290, 2291

on the Lake St. Croix and Lake Superior
railroad bill...... 1860, 1851, 1852

on the bill for the xelief of Mrs. Fannie
Kelly h 1881

on the bill concerning private land claims
in Florida 1881, 1882

on the bill to repeal the duties on tea and

coffee 2006, 2029,

2030, 2081, 2032, 2033, 2034, 2035,
2036, 2037, 2038, 2040, 2042, 2044

on Indian appropriation bill. ..2045, 2092,
2098, 2094, 2096, 2096, 2099, 2100,
2167, 2189, 2190, 2191, 2192, 2193,
2194, 2196, 2199, 2202, 2208, 2267,
2326, 2829, 2880, 2881, 2882, 8488



fidHniids, Georg« F., a S9Bator (JrOia Ver-
mont — Continued.
remarks on the bill in regard to the suit of
Carondelet vs. The United States,
2060, 2061

on the Australian mailline bill 2062

on the communication from Wade Hamp-
ton and others in reference to their con-
nection with the Ku Klax organiza-
tion , 2088. 2084

on bill in relation to bounties, 2119, 2120

on the bill leasing the Prefefdio reBcrva-
tion for a pablio park, 2288, 2289f 2290

on the bill to establisk the^p^y of tnlisted
men in the Army 2291, 2292, 8244

on th« bill ooDcacaing Point ^an Jos6
reservation 2293, 2294

on the bill grmotiiig afMntion to Mrs. Mar-
garet Nice ^„^ ...... 2820

on the consular and diplomatic appropria-
tion bill 2361, 2362, 2368, 2864, 2865

on the ease of Hon. Joseph C. Abbott,
from North Carolina...* 2482, 2438, 2484

on the bill for the relief of Abii^ail
Rvan .« 2484

on the deficiency appropriation bill, 2436,
2487, 2488, 2561, 2662, 2563, 2664,
2666, 2677, 2678, 2679, 2682, 2688, 2684,
2685, 2686, 2725, 2766, 2766, 2767, 2768,
2769, 2770, 2772, 2778,2776, 2776, 2778,
2779, 2780/2781, 2782, 2800, 2808> 2804,
2805, 2806, 2807, 2808, 2811, 2812, 2813,
2816, 2816, 2842, 8432, 8433, 8484, 8477

on the bill to further the administration
of justice 2498, 8768

on the bill in regard to the resignation of
judges 2496, 2497, 2600, 2601

on the bill in reference to tax titles in
insurrectionary States 2602

on the bill to establish a municipal court
in the District of Columbia, 2586, 2688

on the supplementary Texas Pacific rail-
road bill 2668

2569, 2670, 2671, 2602, 2603,
2606, 2608, 2609, 2610, 2616, 2616,
2617, 2618, 2619, 2620, .2622, 2628

on the naval appropriation bilU 2681,

2843, 2844, 2961, 2962^ 2967,
2968, 2969, 2970, 2971, 2972, 2976,
2976, 2977, 2978, 2980, 2981, 2988

on the bill to revise the postal code, 2640,
2641,2642,2648,2644, 2645, 2646, 2647

on the bill to empower C. 0. Shepard to
draw his salary ..»..»^2674

on debates in Housq reflecUng on Sen-
ators 2769, 2760

on the bill for the relief of Ambrose Mor-
rison 2836, 2836

on the bill in reference to railroads in
Dakota .....2836, 2837, 2838

on the resolution limiting debate on

appropriation bills 2867,

2868, 2870, 2872, 2873. 2874.
2876, 2878, 2880, 2881, 2882

on the bill relating to the Beaver lake
land in Indiana 2956

on the House joint resolution amending
the resolution for the relief of James
Keenan 2958

on the post office appropriation bill,
2988, 3029, 8080, 3032, .3108, 3109,
3110, 3111, 3112, 3126. 8127, 8131,
8132, 8133, 8184, 8135, 8186, 8187,
8138,3140, 8141, 3142, 8148, 8144, 8146.
8146, 8147, 3809, 8810, 8811, 8812, 3818

6n bill to provide for the appointment of
district judges in M ississippi, 2987, 4186

on the bill (8. No. 68) in rererence to the
election for presidential electors in

Louisiana 3176,

3282. 3283, 3284, 8285, 8286

on the river and harbor appropriation

bill 3179, 4285,

4286, 4287, 4295, 4296, 4298, 4406

on the bill (H. R. No. 1050} for the le-

moval of disabilities 8179,

8180, 8188, 8184, 3186, 8187, 8189, 8190,
8191, 3197, 3198, 8254, 8255, 8268,3260,
8262, 3264, 8266, 3266, 8267, 8268, 8269



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INDEX TO SENATE PROCEEDINGS.



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Bdmiui^ George F., f S«oator from Ver-
mont — Continued.
remarks on the reeefution in regard to the

snrrey of HodAill creek 8274

on the enforcMent bill (3. No. 791),
8289, apo, 8318, 8322, 8823,
8881, m% 8383, 8884, 8418, 8421,
8428, |l2d, 84^7, 8428, 8480, 8431
on the bill rJTating to an Indian reserva-
tion in W/oming 8589, 3640

on the bill' granting a pension to Marj

Ann Montgomery 8578

on the bill to proTide for holdine the
United States district court of Toledo,

Ohio 8676

OB the bill to amend the steamboat law,

8579, 8642
on the bill fbr the relief of Jane A.

Green 8598, 8699

on the bill to provide for the issue of

bonds in lieu of bonds destroyed,

8599, 8600, 3601

OB the Army appropriation bill 3609,

8611, 8613, 8615

on the supplemental apportionment bill,

8686, 8687, 8688, 8698, 8700,

8768, 8764, 8765, 3766, 8816

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

8728, 8729, 8780. 8781, 8782,

8788, 8784, 8741, 8742, 3748

on the bill for the relief of Sarah S.

Stafford 3770

on the bill relating to Oregon and Wash-

ingtoo war claims 8771, 8772

on the tariff and tax bill 8901,

8902, 8944, 4048, 4044

on the civil appropriation bill 4110,

4288, 4289, 4240, 4241, 4242, 4255,
4257, 4262, 4268, 4264, 4274, 4278, 4279,
4280, 4888, 4889, 4840, 4841, 4348, 4344,
4845, 4847, 4848, 4849, 4850, 4361, 4854,
4856, 4857, 4358, 4359, 4860, 4861, 4362,
4866, 4875, 4876, 4877, 4881, 4888, 4884,
4385, 4386, 4888, 4891, 4398,4394, 4396,
4896, 4897, 4898, 4490, 4491, 4495, 4500
on the report of the investigating com-
mittee in regard to the custom-bouse at

New York 4220,

4221, 4222, 4223, 4224
on the bill to prevent cruelty to animals

in transit by railroad 4229

on the bill to provide for redemption of

lands sold for direct taxes, 4261, 4252

on the bill relating to Government land at

Plattsburg, New York 4251

on the bill to regulate the seizure of books,

papers, &c..... 4252, 4336, 4837

on the Aoacostia and Potomac River rail-
road bill 4800, 4301

on the bill relating to retired Array offi-
cers.. 4365

on the bill restoring to market certain lands

in Michigan '. 4405, 4462

on the hour of meeting 4416

on the bill to authorize bridges across the

Ohio river 4489, 4500

Education, bill (S. No. 684) granting lands to
certain coupties in Alabama for the pur-
pose of promoting the cause of— [By Mr.
Spencer.]
referred, 1129.

bill (S. No. 698) to provide for the farther
endowment and support of colleges for
the benefit of agriculture and the me-
chanic arts, and the liberal and prac-
tical, of the industrial classes in the
several pursuits and professions in life,
as ettabiished under an act of Congress
approved July 2, 1862— [By Mr. Morrill,
of Vermont. J
referred, 1177; reported, 1557; amend-
ment, 3432; notice, 3811.
bill (S. No. 859) to establish a national
university for the purpose of elevating
the standard of, in the Republic and
promoting the intellectual welfare of
the people— [By Mr. Howe.]
referred, 1988.



Bdueation — Continued.
House concurrent resolution for printing the
report of the Commissioner of.
received from House,8126 ; referred, 8 172;
reported and concurred in, 8808.
Eiducation and Labor, the Committee on. ..42

instructions to: 1006

reporU from 426, 952, 1557, 2385

discharged from suhiects 1280

Educational fund, bill (H. R. No. 1048) to
establish an, and to apply the proceeds
of the public lands to the education of
the people,
•received from House, 909: referred. 929.
Educational purposes, bill (S. No. 466) donat-
ing certain property in St. Aueustine, Flor-
ida, to the State for— [By Mr. Osborn.]
referred, 880.

bill (S. No. 600) muting two million acres
of public lands to the District of Colum-
bia for— [By Mr. Wilson.]
referred, 452; referred anew, 606.
bill (S. No. 919) to donate certain property
of the United States to the city of
Sbreveport, Louisiana, for — [By Mr.
Kellogg.]
referred, 2154.
Educational test for voting, resolution in ref-
erence to an— [By Mr. Cole, February
14, 1872.]
agreed to, 1006.
Ehle, Hermann J., bill (H. R. No. 2572)
granting a pension to.
received from the House, 2848 ; referred,
2843.
Eight-hour law— see Labor.
resolution calling for statements showing
the operation of the — [By Mr. Morton,
April 1, 1872.]
agreed to, 2059.
Ela, Jacob H., bill (H. R. No. 1549) for the
relief of.
received from House, 1107; referred, 1112 ;
reported and passed, 1450; enrolled,
1580.
Elderkin, Phebe Ann., bill (H. R. No. 2422)
granting a pension to.
received from House, 2725 ; referred, 2725 ;
reported, 8534 ; passed, 4037 ; enrolled,
4109.
Elections, bill (S. No. 488) supplementary to
an act to amend an act approved May 81,
1870, to enforce the rights of citizens of
the United States to vote in the several
States of this Union, passed February 28,
1871- [By Mr. Frelinghuysen.]
referred, 818; reported, 2320; passed, 2494.
bill (S. No. 666) to extend the provisions
of the fourth section of the act approved
April 20, 1871.
reported, 1109 ; notice, 2431 ; read, 3482 ;
called, 8561; discussed, 8579, 8640,
3641, 8642, 8647, 8648, 8701, 8705;
passed, 8727 ; moved as an amendment
to civil appropriation bill, 4861.
bill (H. R. No. 1080) to replate, in Wash-
m^ton and Idaho Temtories.
received from House, 1210; referred,
1224; reported, 1281; report with-
drawn, 1281 ; reported anew, 1316 ;
recommitted, 1591 ; reported, 2797 ;
discussed, 2960; passed, 2961; motion
to reconsider, 2961, 2992; discussed,
8019; agreed to, 8020; passed, 8178;
enrolled, 8179.
remarks by — ^

Mr. Cole 2961

Mr. Corbett 2960,

2961, 8019, 8020, 8178

Mr. Howe 3019

Mr. Kelly 2960, 3020

Mr. Nye 2797,

2960, 2961, 3019, 3178

yeas and nays on the 2961, 3020, 8178

bill (S. No. 885) to amend an act to enforce
the rights of citizens of the United
States to vote in the several States of
this Union — [By Mr. Anthony.]
read, 24; referred, 42, 48.



Elections — Continued.
bill (S. No. 791) to amend an act entitled
*'An act to amend an act approved
May 81, 1870, to enforce the right of
citizens of the United States to vote in
the several Stales of the Union" — [By
Mr. Kellogg.]
referred, 1558; reported, 2758; motion
to Uke up, 2843 ; taken up, 3270; dis-
cussed, 8288, 8318, 8328, S367, 8859,
84l8; passed, 8481.
bill (8. No. 798) to amend an aet approved
February 28, 1871, amending an act
approved May 81, 1870, to enforce the
rights df citizens of the United States
to vote in the several States of this
Union— [By Mr. Corbett]
referred, 1588; reported, 1986 j passed,
2012; passed House, 2955; enrolled,
2992.
bill (S. No. 816) to amend an act to estab-
lish a uniform time for holding, for
electors of President and Vice Presi-
dent of the United States, passed Jan-
uary 28, 1845— [By Mr. Flanagarf.]
referred, 1666; reported, 2857; passed,
2494; passed House, 8478; enrolled,
8579, approved, 3772.
bill (S. No. 1176) to extend the provisions
of the fourth section of the act approved
April 20, 1871, and to declare and
enforce the civil rights of citizens of
the United Slates— [By Mr. ScoU.]
reported, 4035.
Elections, contested, bill (H. R. No. 1048)
supplemental to and amendatory of an
act to prescribe the mode of obtaining
evidence in cases of, approved February
19, 1851.
received from House, 1166; referred,* 1160;
reported, 2152.
Electors, bill (S. No. 836) to prevent and pun-
ish bribery and corrupt practices in the
election of, of President and Vice Presi-
dent of the United States, and of mem-
bers of the House of Representatives in
the Congress of the United States — [By
Mr. Anthony.]
read, 24 ; referred, 42,,43.
bill (S. No. 58) to prescribe the time for
holding the election for, of President
and Vice President in Louisiana — [By
Mr. Kellogg.]
motion to cbauKe reference, 234; report-
ed, 484 ; read, 2993 ; discussed, 8100.
8174,3270, 8277; passed, 3287; passed
House, 8990; enrolled, 4039 ; approved,
4145.
remarks by —

Mr. Bajrard 3175,

8176, 8278, 3279, 8280, 3281

Mr. Blair 8176,

8177,8280,8281, 3287

Mr. Carpenter 3100,

3101, 8102, 8174, 8279, 3288, 3284

Mr. Casserly 2093,

8101, 8102, 8270, 8277, 8284

Mr. Edmunds 3176,

3282, 8283, 3284, 3285, 3286

Mr. Flano<?an 3286

Mr. Hamilton, of Texas.., ...8285. 8286

Mr. Hill 8282. 8283

Mr. Kellogg 2998,

310O, 8101, 3102, 3174. 8177,
8270, 8276, 8277, 8279, 8282, 8284

Mr. Morton 3174,

8175, 3176, 8276, 8278, 8279,
3280,8281, 32^, 8286, 8287

Mr. Norwood 3282, 3287

Mr. Pratt 8280, 3281

Mr. Snulsbury 3283, 3284

Mr. Scott 3281

Mr. Sumner 3102, 8174

Mr. Trumbull 8100,

8101, 8102. 3175, 8279.
8283, 3284, 3285, 8286

Mr. West 8101

Mr. Wright 8100

yeas and nays on the..... 8100, 8287



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Electors — Contintud,

bill (fl. R. No. 351) to prescribe the time

for holding the election for choosing,

for President and Vice President for

Louisiana for the year 1872.

received from House, 8435; called up,

3470 ; discussed, 3989.
remarks by —

Mr. Bayard ^ 8989

Mr. Casserlv 8470, 8989, 8990

Mr. FreliDRhuyseo 8989

Mr. Kellogg 8470,8989, 8990

Mr. Morton 3990

Mr. Thurman 8990

Mr. Trumbull 8989

yeas and nays on the 8989

Electricity, bill (S. No. 756) to test, on some
of the lamps about the public grounds in
Washington, a certain inventton for light-
ing and extinguishing gas in street-lamps
by — FBy Mr. Uasserly.J
referred, 1413; reported adversely and
indefinitely postponed, 1700.
Ellie, bill (H. H. No. 2340) to change the
name of the pleasure-yacht, of Boston,
Massachusetts.
. received from House, 8541 ; referred, 8572 ;

reported, 3769.
Elliott, Frances C. , bill (S. No. 1094) restoring
the pension of, widow of Commodore
Jesse D. Elliott, deceased — [By Mr.
Scott.]
referred, 8247.
Elliott, Samuel B., bill (H. R. No. 2776) for
the relief of, late acting purser of the
United States vessel of war the Flirt,
received from House, 8478; referred, 8490;
referred anew, 3702.
El well, Martha, bill (H. R. No. 1208) grant-
ing a pension to.
received from House, 620 ; referred, 662 ;
reported, 3246 ; passed, 4037 ; enrolled,
8897^
Embody, Robert K., bill (H. R. No. 2979)
for the relief of.
received from House, 4401 ; referred, 4404.
EmersoQ, John B., bill (S. No. 188) tor the
relief of— [By Mr. Hamlin.]
referred anew, 450 ; reported, 1035 ; passed,
4160.
Emigration, House concurrent resolution for
printing additional copies of the report
of the Bureau of Statistics op the sub-
ject of.
received from House, 157 ; referred, 158 ;
reported and concurred in, 1112.
Eminent domain, bill (H. R. No. 2867) to
regulate the exercise of, in securing a
site for public buildings in the city of
Cincinnati,
received from House, 3990 ; referred, 4010 ;
reported, 4402 ; discussed, 4403, 4465.
Enforcement, bill (S. No. 835) to amend an
act to enforce the rights of citizens of the
United States to vote in the several States
of this Union — [By Mr. Anthony.]
read, 24; referred, 42,43.
bil^"^. No. 438) supplementair to an act
to amend an act approved May 81, 1870,
to enforce the rights of ciiisens of the
United States to vole in the several
States of this Union, passed February
28, 1871— [By Mr. Frelinghuysen.]
referred, 818; reported, 2320; passed,
2494. .
bill (S. No. 656) to extend the provisions
of the fourth section of the act approved
April 20, 1871— [By Mr. Scott.]
reported, 1109 ; notice, 2481 ; read, 8432;
called up, 8551 ; discussed, 8579,8640,
8641, 3642. 3647, 3648, 8701, 8705;
paused, 8727 ; moved as an amendment
to civil appropriation bill, 4361.
remarks by —

Mr. Alcorn 3432,

3648, 3701, 8714, 8727

Mr. Ames 8648

Mr. Anthony ^ 8716, 3722



Enforcement, bill (S. No. 656)— Cbnlwmtfdi
remarks by^*

Mr. Bayard. 3648, 8704, 8706, 8706

Mr. Blair 3585, 3586,8583,3641,

8642, 8643, 3645, 8646, 8704, 3725

Mr. Cameron 8727

Mr. Carpenter.... 3716, 8717,3718, 8722

Mr. Casserly 3643, 3721, 8722. 8727

Mr. Clayton 8706, 3706, 3707, 8714

Mr. Conkling 3643,

3710, 3719, 3720, 3721, 3723

Mr. Corbett 3432

Mr. Fenton 3710, 3713, 3714

Mr. Flanagan ..8714^ 3716

Mr. Frelinghuysen 3710, 8719, 3722

Mr. Goldthwaite ^ 3646

Mr. Hamlin 3722

Mr. Hamilton, of Maryland 8647,

3719, 8720, 8724, 3726

Mr. Hamilton, of Texas 3707,

8709, 3710, 3714

Mr. Hill 3646

Mr. Morton.. 8432, 3647, 8648, 8705

Mr. Norwood 8585, 8714, 8716, 8727

Mr. Osbom 8647, 3727

Mr. Pool 3726

Mr. Pratt.. 8586, 3588, 3589, 8716

Mr. Robertson... 3432, 8710, 3718

Mr. Saulsbury....8588, 3589, 8716, 8726

Mr. Scott 2431, 8482, 3551, 8579,

8585, 8586, 3640, 8641, 8642. 3643,

3648, 3710, 3718, 3714, 3721, 3725

Mr. Sherman .....3693, 3640, 3641, 8704

Mr. Spencer 8643, 3645, 3646, 8647

Mr. Stevenson * 8432,

8710, 3716, 8721, 8727

Mr. Stockton 8714

Mr. Thurman 3432,

3643,3710,8717,3718,3719,
8720, 8721, 2722, 8723, 8727

Mr. TrombuU 3640,

3641, 3642, 3645, 3714

Mr. Vickers 8647, 3648, 8714, 3716

Mr. Wilson 3714, 8727

Mr. Wright 8648, 8727

yeas and nays on the, 8432, 3714,3716, 3727
bill (S. No. 791) to amend an act entitled
**An act to amend an act approved May
81, 1870, to enforce the right of citizens
of the United States to vote in the
several States of the Union '^ — [By Mr.
Kellogg.]
referred, 1558 ; reported, 2758 ; motion
to take up, 2848 ; taken up, 3270; dis-
cussed, 3288, 3318, 3328, 3357, 3359,
3418 ; passed, SiJl. j m "^H
remarks by — ^ ' ' .

Mr. Alcorn 3360, 3421, 8424, 8426

Mr. Anthony 3420, 3431

Mr. Bayard 3290, 8329

Mr. Blair aj270, 3420, 3425

Mr. Boreman 8289,

8291, 8319, 8320. 8330, 3332,
8334, 3360, 3302. 3421, 8422

Mr, Carpenter 3288, 8289,

8825, 3329, 3333. 3421, 3428, 3429

Mr. Casserly ...„3270, 8289, 8290,

3292, 3293, 8318, 3319, 3320, 8321,
3323, 8331, 8332, 3333, 3334, 8835,
8357, 3358, 3359, 3360, 3419, 8421.
3423, 3427, 3428, 3429, 3430, 3431

Mr. Cole 2848,

8334, 3358, 3359, 3362, 3430

Mr. Edmunds 3289, 3290,

3318, 3322, 8323, 3331, 8332,
3333, 8334, 3418, 3421, 3423,
3426, 8427, 3428, 3430, 8431

Mr. Ferry, of Connecticut 3289,

3360, 3422

Mr. Flanagan 8330, 3422, 3424

Mr. Frelinghuysen 3320,

8821, 3331, 3360, 8420, 3426

Mr. Hamilton, of Maryland 8290,

8292. 8293, 8318, 3319, 83$4, 3360

Mr, Hamilton, of Texas 3293, 3330

Mr. Uamlin 3425

Mr. Hill 3292, 8359, 3424, 8427

Mr. Johnston.. 3360



Enferoement, bill (S. No. W)— Ctiit'iwA
reooarks by —

Mr. Kellogg 8291, 3292,

3293, 8320, 3822, 8324, 3328,
8380, 8861, 3420, 3430, 3481

Mr. Logan 8424

Mr. Morton 2758, 2848, 8270, 3288,

8289, 8293, 33 18^ 3819, 3320, 3330,
. 8331,3338, 8334» 3335, 3357,8358,

8359, 8860, 3361, 8862,8418, 8421,
8426, 3427, 8428, 8429, 3430, 8481

Mr. Norwood 8322, 83^, 3380

Mr. Nye ....*•••• ...... ....M.tt.....^ ..**i8360

Mr. Bice >.. ...*.«.-..»... 3420

Mr. Robertson ^ 8418,

8420, 8421, 3425, 8426, 3430, 3431

Mr. Saulsbury 8331, 8382, 8833, 3428

Mr. Sawyer - -8324,

8418, 841d« 8421, 8422

Mr. Scott...... - ..«« ...8290,

3318, 3329, 8831, 8882, 8361

Mr. Sherman 8334, 3362, 3420, 3426

Mr. Spencer „ .8834, 8430

Mr. Stevenson 3333, 3384, 3335

Mr. Stewart 8858,8419, 8430

Mr. Stockton 3290, 8381,

8332, 3358, 8359, 8421, 8427, 3431

Mr. Sumner 3358,3860,8861,8862,

8419, 3420, 8421, 8422, 3425, 3426
Mr. Thurman. ...3289, 3290, 3291, 3298,
8318, 3320, 3821, 3322,3828, 8824,
8325, 3328, 3329, 3380, 8381, 8332,
3333, 3334, 3335, 3357, 8858, 8860,
8419, 3420, 3423, 8427, 3429, 8430

Mr. Trumbull 3270, 8288,

8319, 3320, 3321, 3322, 8330, 8331,

8360, 3361, 8362, 8418, 8419, 3420,
8421, 3425, 8426, 8427, 8428, 8481

Mr, West «. 8860

Mr. Wilson 2843, 3361

Mr. Wright 8288, 8318

yeasandnays onthe» ...«....3324,

3330, 8381) 3338, 3360, 8421,
3427, 3428, 3429, 8480, 8431
bill (S. No. 793) to amend an act approved
February 28, 1871, amending.an act ap-
proved May 81, 1870, to enforce the
rights of citizens of the United States
to vote in the several States of this
Union— [By Mr. Corbett]
referred, 1588; reported* 1986; passed,
2012; passed House, 2955; enrolled,
2992.
bill (S. Mo. 1169) to amend an act to en-
force the right of the citizens of the
United States, &c., approved Febmarj
28, 1871-[By Mr. Kellogg.]
referred, 8949 ; reported, 4036.
bill (S. No. 1176) to extend the provisions
of the fourth section of the actapproved



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