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Omaha, Nebraska


Lawyer


Terry, William


Wytheville, Virginia


Lawyer


Thomas. Charles it


Newbern. North Carolina


Lawyer


TowDsend) Dwight


Stapleton, New York


Merchant


TowDsendy WashingtOD


West Chester, Pennsylvania


Lawyer


Turner. Beniamin S..


Selma, Alabama


General Merchant


Tuthill, Joseph H


EUenville, New York


Merchant


TwichelK GKnery


Brookline. Massachusetts


Railroad Manairer. .


Tvner. James N


Peru, Indiana


Lawyer

Lawyer


Upson, William H


Akron, Ohio


Van Tramn. Philadelnh


Lancaster. Ohio


Lawyer


Yaoghan, William W


Brownsville> Tennessee


Farmer ;


Voorhees, Daniel W


Terre Haute, Indiana


Lawyer


Waddell, Alfred M


Wilminsrton. North Carolina..'


Lawver


Wakeman, Seth


Batavia, New York.....


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Lawyer


Walden, Madison M


Centreville, Iowa....


Editor


Waldron. Henrv


Hillsdale. Michieran


Banker


Wallace, Alexander S


Yorkville, South Carolina..


Planter


Walls, Josiah T


Oainesville. Florida


Planter


Warren, Joseph M •


TroY, New York


Merchant and Manufacturer.


Wells, Erastus ;


St. Louis, Missouri


Banker ^ *

Lawyer


Wheeler, William A


Malone. New York...


Whiteley, Richard H


Bainbridsre. Georsrva


Lawyer


Whitthorne, Washington C


Columbia, Tennessee


Lawyer


Wiilard, Charles W


Montnelier. Vermont


Lawver and Editor..


Williame, William


Warsaw, Indiana.....


Lawyer


Williams. William


Buffalo. New York


Railroad Manatfcr


Wilson. Jeremiah M ♦ ♦ ,..


Connersville. Indiana


Lawyer


Wilson, John T


Tranquility, Ohio


Farmer


Winchester. Bovd.......


Louisville. Kentucky


Lawyer


Wood. Fernando


New York, New York


Merchant


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A.

A 1, the bark, bill (S. No. 196) for the relief
of the owners of— [By Mr. Pratt.]
reported, 2069 ; passed, 2260 ; passed House,
8869 ; recalled by House, 8897 ; returned,
8989; passed House, 4226; enrolled, 4846 ;
approved, 4476.
Abbott, Joseph C, resolution declaring, not
entitled to a seat as Senator from North
Carolina— [By Mr. Logan, Feb. 28, 1872.]
reported, 1256; notice, 1769, 1966, 2060,
2869, 2860; discussed, 2887, 2431, 2689,
2676 ; agreed to, 2676.
resolution to print extra copies of the report
on the case of— [By Mr. Carpenter,
February 28, 1872.]
referred, 1266; reported and agreed to,
1816.
resolution declaring, duly elected Senator
from North Carolina— [By Mr. Car-
A penter, April 11, 1872.]
discussed, 2360, 2387, 2481, 2689, 2676 ;
rejected, 2676.
resolution to pay, late contestant from
North Carolina, his salary and mile-
age— [By Mr. Morton, A^pril 24, 1872.]
reported and agreed to, 2724.
remarks on the case of, by —

Mr. Alcorn 2488, 2676

Mr. Carpenter 1256, 1966, 2060,

2860, 2387, 2482, 2434, 2639, 2676

Mr. Cole .....2360,

2890, 2481, 2438, 2434, 2676

Mr. Conkling 2432, 2484,2689

Mr. Edmunds ..2432, 2433, 2434

Mr. Hamilton, of Texas 2676

Mr. Hill 2639, 2676

Mr. Logan 1256, 1759, 1966,

1967, 2060, 2360, 2433, 2434, 2676

Mr. Morrill, of Maine 2390

Mr. Morrill, of Vermont 2387, 2890

Mr. Morton 2724

Mr. Pool 2390, 2689,

Mr. Rice 2676

Mr. Saulsbury 2432, 2433

Mr. Thurman 1266,

2890, 2431, 2433, 2484, 2639, 2676

yeas and nays on the case of. 2676

Account, bill (S. No. 987) to authorize the
Secretary of the Treasury to settle the, of
Hennr Warren, late depositary, Oregon
City,'Oregoa— [By Mr. Corbett.]
referred, 2486 : referred anew, 2674.
Accounts, bill (S. No. 611) to continue the
act to authorize the settlement of the, of
officers of the Army and Navy — [By Mr.
Wilson.]
reported and passed, 891 ; passed House,

4167; enrolled, 4226; approved, 4346.
bill (S. No. 69) authorizing the Secretary
of the Treasury to settle and pay the,
of Colonel James F. Jacques— [By Mr.
Harlan.]
reported, 1448; passed, 2259.

42i) Cong. 2d Sbss.— B.



Accounts— Ooniintied,
bill (S. No. 769) to close the, of B. E. De
kussy, late colonel corps of engineers,
deceased— [By Mr. Nye.]
referred, 1490; reported, 2248; passed,
2296.
bill (S. No. 832) for the settlement of the,
of John G. Doughty, late first lieuten-
ant and regimental quartermaster fifly-
first Indiana volunteers — [Bj Mr. Mor-
ton.]
referred, 1768.
bill (S. No. 910) relating to inventories and,
of the property of the United States in
public buildings and grounds — IBj Mr.
Morrill, of Vermont]
reported and oassed, 2122 ; passed House,
4109; enrolled, 4167; approved, 4228.
bill (H. R. No. 2669) authorizing the proper
accounting officers of the Treasury to
revise and adjust the, of James C. Pick-
ett, late charg6 d'affaires to Peru,
received fipom House, 2848 ; referred,
2843; reported and report withdrawn,
4264, 4334.
Act, approved February 24, 1871, bill (S. No.
608) to correct an error in the — [By Mr.
Wilson.]
reported, 888; passed, 2287; passed the
House, 4146; enrolled, 4167; approved,
4264.
bill (S. No. 666) to extend the provisions
of the fourth section of the, approved
April 20, 1871 - .[By Mr. Scott.]
reported, 1109; notice, 2431; read,
8482; called up, 8661 ; discussed, 8679,
8640, 8641, 8642, 8647, 3648, 8701,
8706; passed, 8727; moved as an
limendment to civil appropriation bill,
4861.
bill (8. No. 1110) to amend an, therein
specified — [By Mr. Logan.]
referred, 8362.
Actions, bill (S. No. 826) to regulate certain,
in the Court of Claims by loyal owners
of property seized under the act of March
12, 1868— [By Mr. Howe.]
read, 8 ; referred, 42,48 ; reported, 8471.
Adamsj Charies W., bill (S. No. 834) for the
relief of— [By Mr. Carpenter.]
referred, 1769.
Adams, Newton H., bill (H. R. No. 467) to
place on the naval pension-roll the names
of the widow and minor children of.
received from House, 86; referred, 119;
reported, 1086.
Adams, Theodore, bill (H. R. No. 2046) for
the relief of.
received from House, 1966 ; referred, 1985 ;
reported, 2249 ; discussed, 2262 ; read,
4189, 4194; passed with amendment,
4200; conference, 4479 ; conference re-
port, 4494; discussed, 4494,4496, 4497,
4498 ; called up, 4499.



Adams, Theodore, bill (H. R. No. 2046) for
the relief o{— Continued,
remarks by —

Mr. Blair 4497, 4499

Mr. Boreman 4197,

4198, 4199, 4200, 4496, 4497, 4499

Mr. Cole 4199, 4499

Mr. Conkling.... 4200, 4494, 4497, 4499

Mr. Frelinghuysen 4198, 4199

Mr. Howe 4189,

4190, 4494, 4497, 4498, 4499

Mr. Morrill, of Vermont 4494, 4497

Mr. Pomeroy 4189, 4190, 4499

Mr. Pratt 4198. 4200, 4494, 4496

Mr. Scott ; 4190. 4194,

4196, 4196, 4198, 4479, 4494, 4497

Mr. Stewart 4199, 4200, 4499

Mr. Wright 4189,

4194, 4195, 4196, 4198, 4199, 4200

yeas and nays on the 4200

Adams, William L., bill (S. No. 870) for the
relief of— [By Mr. Corbett.]
referred, 68.
Adjournment for the holidays, House concur-
rent resolution providing for an.
received from House, 67 ; concurred in, 67.
A<i|journment, final, Senate concurrent reso-
lution providing for a, on the 29th of May.
1872— [By Mr. Morton. January 26, 1872.]
read, 48; discussed, 69 ; motion to teke up,
428; discussed, 646, 607, 620; agreed to,
628 ; return requested, 8696 ; concurred
in by House, 8642.
House concurrent resolution providing for
a, on the 8d of June, 1872.
received from House, 8563 ; referred,
8672; reported with amendment re-
scinding resolution of 26tk of January,
8890.
resolution requesting the House to return to
the Senate the resolution of the Senate
of the 26th of January in relation to
the— [By Mr. Sherman, May 17, 1872.]
read, 8596; discussed, 8696, 8608 ; agreed
to, 8607,
resolution rescinding Senate concurrent res-
olution of Januecy 26, 1872, for the, of
Congress on the 29th of May, 1872— [By
Mr. Morrill, of Maine, May 18, 1872.]
read, 8616.
House concurrent resolution extending the
time for the. to Monday, the 8d of June,
received from House, 8897; discussed,
8939, 8948; concurred in, 8949.
House concurrent resolution extending the
time of, until June 4.
received from House, 4142.
Senate cpncurrent resolution rescinding con-
cmrrent resolution for, on the 8d of
June— [By Mr. Cole, May 81. 1872 ]
read, 4123; discussed, 4148, 4146, 4150;
agreed to, 4157 ; concurred in by House
with amendment fixing June 10, 4107 ;
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Adjournment, final — Continued,
Senate concurrent resolotion extending the
hour for, on Monday, the 10th iustant,
to six o* clock p. m. — [By Mr. Sherman,
Junes, 1872. J
read, 4417; discussed, 4470,4478.
House concurrent resolution postponing the
hour of, until six o'clock p. m., June
10, 1872.
received from House, 4474; concurred
in, 4476.
House c<^current resolution extending the
time for, until nine o'clock p. m., June
1872.
received from House, 4496; concarred
ID, 4498.
remarks on the question of, by —

Mr. Alcorn 4169, 4170

Mr. Anthony 4172

Mr. Bayard 4143,4152, 4169

Mr. Blair - 8603

Mr. Boreman 4161

Mr. Buckingham 3949

Mr. Cameron 4171, 4178, 4498

Mr. Carpenter.... « 607,622

Mr. Ca8serly...« 8696, 8606, 8606,

8607, 8941, 4128, 4143, 4161, 4162,
4168, 4164, 4166, 4167, 4470, 4478

Mr. Chandler 648, 622, 8890,

8989, 8942, 8948, 8948, 4147, 4160,

4161, 4162, 4168, 4169, 4478, 4474

Mr. Cole 647,

607, 8940, 4123, 4143, 4148, 4149,
4150, 4161, 4166, 4166, 4170, 4171

Mr. Conkling 4147,

4168, 4154, 4166, 4168, 4169,
4170, 4470, 4471, 4474, 4498

Mr.Corbett 647, 607

Mr. Cragin 4166

Mr. Edmunds. ...69, 70, 646, 621, 8604,
4142. 4148, 4144, 4146, 4166, 4167, 4474

Mr. Fenton 4478

Mr. Flanagan 4147,

4148, 4149, 4171, 4474

Mr. Frelinghuysen 8942

Mr. Hamilton, of Marvland 4128,

'4148, 4168, 4166

Mr. Howe 4172, 4173, 4470,4498

Mr. Kellogg 8603, 4148, 4169

Mr. Lewis 628

Mr. Logan 4164, 4156

Mr. Mornll, of Maine....622, 8942, 8948
Mr. Morrill, of Vermont 647, 607,

608, 621, 8696, 8605, 8940, 8941,
8948, 8949, 4168, 4171, 4474, 4498

Mr. Morton 48,

69, 428, 429, 646, 607, 608, 620, 621,
622, 623, 8696, 8604, 8606, 8607,

8940, 4162, 4168, 4167, 4478, 4498
Mr. Pomeroy 8942, 8943,

4160, 4161, 4162, 4166, 4167,
4168, 4169, 4171, 4172, 4174

Mr. Pool 8941,

8942,8949, 4169, 4172, 4178, 4474

Mr. Saulsbury 8606, 8607, 4156

Mr. Schura 69, 607, 621

Mr. Sherman 646, 647, 8672, 8696,

8608, 8604, 8606, 8606, 8890, 8940,

8941, 8942, 8943, 8949, 4168, 4169,
4171, 4172, 4470, 4471, 4478, 4474

Mr. Stevenson 8948, 4478

Mr. Stewart « 4170, 4474

Mr. Sumner 69,

70, 428, 646, 607, 608, 620, 622,

8672, 8940, 4123, 4143, 4166

Mr. Thurman, 647, 621, 622, 3941, 4144,

4147, 4161, 4164, 4167, 4478, 4474

Mr. Tipton 8949

Mr. Trumbull 69. 607,

608, 620, 621, 622, 8696, 8608,
8604, 8940, 8941, 8942, 3948, 4128,
4144, 4146, 4167, 4168, 4171, 4498

Mr. Vickers I *. 8607

Mr. Wilson... 8943, 4170

Mr. Windom. ...4144, 4146, 4171, 4172

Mr. Wright 8948

yeas and nays on the ..69,

646, 607, 621, 622, 623, 8607, 8943,
8948, 4162, 4166, 4167, 4171, 4178, 4474



Administration of justice, bill (S. No. 473) to
further the — ^Qy Mr. Carpenter.]
referred, 406; reported, 1128; discussed,
2488 ; passed, 2494 ; passed House with
amendment, 3478; referred, 3534; dis-
agreement reported, 37C8 ; conference,
8768,3772; couference report, 8912; con-
curred in by Senate, 3949 ; by House,
8949 ; enrolled, 4009 ; approved, 4145.
remarks by —

Mr. Carpenter 2489,

2490, 2491, 2402, 2493, 8768, 8912

Mr. Edmunds 2498, 3768

Mr. Frelinghuysen 2490,

2491, 2492, 8912

Mr. HUL « 2498

Mr. Norwood 2492, 2493

Mr. Saulsbury 2498

Mr. Stewart : 2489, 2490

Mr. Stockton 2490, 2492

Mr. Thurman 2489, 2490, 2491

Mr. Trumbull 2488,

2489, 2490, 2491, 2492, 2498, 2494

yeas and nays on the 2493

bill (S. No. 86) to further the— [By Mr.
Carpenter.]
reported adversely and indefinitely post-
poned, 1128.
bill (S. No. 736) to prevent and punish the
obstruction of the, in the courts of the
United States— [By Mr. Edmunds.]
referred, 1317 ; reported and indefinitely
postponed, 8768.
bill (H. K. No. 1017) to prevent and punish
the obstruction of the, in the courts of
the United States,
received from House, 8641 ; referred, 8672 ;
reported, 8767, 4280; passed with
amendment, 4280; concurred in by
House with amendment, 4498 ; agreed
to, 4498 ; enrolled, 4600.
Admiral and Vice Admiral, bill (H. R. No.
2871) to abolish the grades of, in the
Navy of the United States,
received from the House, 8808 ; referred,
8816.
Admirals, rear, bill (S. No. 696) to fix the pay
of certain, on the retired list of the
Navy — [By Mr. Cragin.]
referred, 840 ; reported. 962 ; passed, 3364 ;
passed House, 4109; enrolled, 4167;
approved, 4254.
Admiesion to the floor, rule relating to.
discussed, 1281; referred, 1280.
remarks by —

Mr. Anthony 1286, 1286, 1416

Mr. Caldwell 1286

Mr. Cameron 1286, 1414,1416

Mr. Cole 1416, 1416

Mr. Conkling 1286,

1889, 1414, 1415, 1416

Mr. Edmunds.. 1286, 1286

Mr. Hamlin 1284, 1285, 1414, 1415

Mr, Hill 1286

Mr. Howe 1416

Mr. Morrill, of Vermont. 1416

Mr. Pomeroy 1284,

1286, 1389, 1890, 1414, 1416

Mr. Robertson ; 1415

Mr. Sherman 1284, 1285, 1414, 1415

Mr. Sumner 1284, 1286

Mr. Thurman 1414, 1416

Mr. Trumbull 1284,

1286, 1286, 1414, 1416
resolution amending, Uule 47, in regard
to— [By Mr. Pomeroy, March 4, 1872.]
reported, 1389; discussed, 1414.

leave to admit Hiland Hall asked 3414

Agency, continental general, bill (S. No. 477)
to incorporate the — [By Mr. CoAkling.]
referred, 406.
Agents, bill (S. No. 1083) to amend the various
acts relating to, and attorneys prosecuting
claims or demands before Congress and
the Executive Departments of the Gov-
ernment — [By Mr. Clayton.]
referred) 8178 ; reported adversely and in-
definitely postponed, 8768.



Agricultural colleges — see Colleges.
Agricultural convention, Senate concurrent
resolution for printing the proceedings of
the — [By Mr. Frelinghuysen, March 15,
1872 ]
referred, 1711.

Senate concurrent resolution for printing
additional copies of the proceedings
of the, held in Washington February,
1872— [April- 22, 1872]
reported and agreed to, 2631; concurred in
by House, 3288.

Agriculture, the Committee on 41, 69, 84

reports from. 2059,

2674, 4270
Senate concurrent resolution for printing
the report of the Commissioner of, for
1871— [By Mr. Frelinghuysen, April
10, 1872.]
referred, 2322.
House concurrent resolution for printing
the report of the Commissioner of, for
1871.
received from House, 8126; referred,
8172; reported and concurred in,
3808.
Senate concurrent resolution for printing
additional copies of so much of the
ninth census as relates to the statistics
of— [By Mr. Frelinghuysen, June 4,
1872.]
referred, 4237 ; reported and agreed to,
4834.
Alabama claims, bill (H. R. No. 487)
making appropriations for expenses that
may be incurred under articles one to
nine, inclusive, of the treaty between the
United Stales and Great Britain, con-
cluded at Washington, May 8, 1871.
received from House, 157 ; referred, 157 ;
committee discharged and bill passed,
232; enrolled, 237.
remarks by —

Mr. Casserly 283

Mr. Conkling Ic288

Mr. Edmunds 233

Mr. Morton 282, 233

bill (H. R. No. 489) making appropriations
for expenses iucurred under articles
twelve to seventeen, inclusive, of the
treaty between the United States and
Great Britain, concluded at Washing-
ton, May 8, 1871.
received from House, 157 ; referred, 167 ;
committee discharged and bill passed,
282; enrolled, 237.
resolution calling for information respecting
the alleged intention of the Govern-
ment of Great Britain to revoke the
treaty of Washington— [By Mr. Ed-
munds, February 6, 1872.]
read, 840; discussed, 840, 907.
remarks by —

Mr. Cameron 842

Mr. Edmunds 840,

841, 842, 907, 908, 909

Mr. Hamlin .*.909

Mr. Patterson 908, 909

Mr. Sherman 908, 909

Mr. Trumbull 841, 842, 909

Senate concurrent resolution to print extra
copies of the '^case*' of tne United
States presented to the tribunal of
arbitration at Geneva — [By Mr. West,
February 7, 1872.]
referred, 869; reported and agreed to,
1063; concurred in, 2726.
resolution calling for the '* case '* of the
United States presented to the board
of arbitration under the treaty of
Washington— [By Mr. Anthony, Feb-
ruary 8, 1872. J
agreed to, 890.
resolution for printing three thousand extra
copies of the ** case "presented to the
tribunal at Geneva — [By Mr. Anthony,
February 16, 1872.]
reported and agreed to, 1068.



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Alabama claims — Continued*
House concurrent reflolution for printing
twenty-two thousand copies of tne mes-
sage of ihe President to the Senate of
April 22, 1872, transmitting the British
counter case under the treaty of Wash-
in^on.
received from the Hoase, 8815 ; referred,
8815 ; reported and concurred in with
amendment, 4105; concurred in by
House, 4219.
House concurrent resolution for printing
twenty-two thousand copies of the Brit-
ish counter case under the treaty of
Washington,
received from the Hoose, 8815 ; referred,
8815 ; reported and concurred in with
amendment, 4105; concurred in by
House, 4219.
Alaska, bill (H. K. No. 1342) supplementary
to the act to prevent the extermination
of fur-bearing animals in.
received from House, 817; referred 817;
reported, 1207 ; passed, 1284; enrolled,
1858.
bill (S. No. 660) for the protection of the
seal fisheries in — [By Mr. Chandler.]
referred, 1112.
bill (S. No. 785) to amend an act to extend
the laws of the United Slates relating
to customs, commerce, and navigation
over the territory ceded to the United
Slates by Russia, to establish a collec-
tion district therein, passed July 27,
1868— [By Mr. Chandler.]
reported, 1816 ; passed, 1943.
bill (S. No. 843) further to provide for the
punishment of offenses committed in
the district of— [By Mr. Tru^ibuU.]
referred, 1820.
bill (S. No. 965) authorizing the Secretary
of the Interior to have jurisdiction over
the people of, called Indians — [^^y Mr.
Cole.]
referred, 2885 ; reported and pAsed, 2957.
Albemarle, bill (S. No. 715) relating to the
capture of the — [By Mr. Cole.]
referred, 1226 ; reported and passed, 1450 ;
passed the House, 1788 ; enrolled, 1852 ;
approved, 2062.
Alcom, James S , a Senator from Mississippi, 1
credentials of, presented, 1; sworn in, 1.

petitions presented by 1880.

2082, 2184, 2285, 2678, 4084, 4284
bills introduced by —

No. 1056 — to grant right of way through
the public lauds of the United States to
the Mobile and Northwestern Railroad

Company 2909

No. 1183 — to endow Heneau Female Uni-
versity and five normal schools in the

State of Misssissippi 8687

resolution submitted by —

authorizing Committee on Levees of the
Mississippi River to sit during recess —

[June 8, 1872] 4409

reporta made by 2058, 2454, 2985

incidental remarks by....... 1951,

8876, 8700, 4187, 4218, 4502
remarks on the amnesty and civil rights

bill, (H. B. No. 880) 246,

247, 274, 278

on the legislative appropriation bill. ..1499,

1500, 1672, 1674

on the bill to appoint George Plunkett a

paymaster in theNavy 1951, 1952

on the bill to repeal the duties on tea and

coffee 2001,

2002, 2084, 2048
on the Piedmont and Potomac Railroad

Company bill..... 2182,2159, 2162

on the order of business. 2822,

2762, 8474, 4226,

4409, 4417, 4418

on the case of Hon. Joseph C. Abbott

from North Carolina 2438, 2676

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on the bill to promote the development of
mining resonroes.. 2454, 2457, 2459



Alcom, James S., a Senator from Missis-
sippi — Continued.
remarks on the deficiency appropriation

bill 2780, 2781,

2782, 2788, 2734, 2764, 2773, 2777,

2778, 2779, 2780, 2807, 2912. 2918,

2915, 8868. 8432, 8433, 8478, 8474

on the Post Office appropriation bill,

3133, 8134
on the bill for the removal of disabilities,

(H. R. No. 1050) 3258,

3262. 8264, 8265, 8269

on the enforcement bill (S. No. 671), 3360,

3421, 8424, 8425

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

of his jjatent 8868

on the bill for the relief of George C.

Bestor 8370

on the bill extending the enforcement

act 8432,

8648, (see ^i^pc/wiw:,) 3701, 3714, 8727
on the Baltimore and Potomac railroad

bill 3504

on the civil rights bill (S. No. 1141), 3762

personal and explanatory 1701, 8762

on the tariff and tax bill 8899,8920,

8921, 8922, 8991, 4013, 4017,
4064, 4085, 4086, 4087, 4216
on the civil appropriation bill ...4038, 4166,
4256, 4258, 4260, 4261, 4264.
4266, 4267, 4268, 4269, 4271
on the question of final adjournment^ 4169,

4170
on the bill to prevent cruelty to animals

in transit by raflroad 4226, 4229

on the river and harbor appropriation

bill 4291, 4408, 4409

on the bill for the relief of Martin P.

Hardin 4417,4463

on the bill to encourage the growth of

timber 4364

on the bill to issue college ^crip to Ark-
ansas.. 4480

on the bill to authorize bridges across the

Ohio river 4492

on the bill for the relief of Henry N.

Galpin 4493

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

No. 1325) 4508

Alderman, Sj> S., and others, bill (S. No. 822)
to remove the political disabilities o't,
citizens of Florida — [By Mr. Osborn.]
referred, 1701.
Alice Tarleton, bill (H. R. No. 2043) author-
izing an American register to the Dutch
bark,
received from House, 1852; referred,
1854: reported and passed, 1959; en-
rolled, 2028.
Allen & Co., D. B., bill (S. No. 349) to pro-
vide for the payment of, for services in
carryingthe United States mails — \^^j Mr.
Hamlin]
referred, 47; reported, 202; passed, 8553.
Allen, Edward G., bill (H. R. No. 2084) for
the relief of, of London, England,
received from Hoiise, 1823; referred,
1828; reported and withdrawn, 8599;
reported and passed, 4801 ; enrolled,
4402.
Allen, Thomas, bill (S. No. 426) for the relief
of— [by Mr. Trumbull.]
referred, 294 ; reported, 1151 ; passed, 4183 ;
passed the House, 4226 ; enrolled, 4846 ;
approved, 4504.
Almshouse, Tours, bill (S. No. 948) provid-
ing for compensation to the city of New
Orleans for loss sustained by the destruc-
tion of the — [by Mr. Kellogg.]
referred, 2822.
A. L. Palmer, bill (H. R. No. 880) to issue
an American register to the brig,
reported, 880 ; passed. 1525 ; enrolled, 1660.
Altars, marble, bill (H. R. No. 1854) to au-
thorize liev. Jeremiah Moynihan, of New
Orleans, to import one set of, free of duty,
received from House, 1416 ; referred, 1446 ;
committee discharged, 1588.
Amendment — see ConsHJhttion,



Ames, Adelbert, a Senator from Mississippi, 1

petitions presented by 351,

602, 950, 1005, 1664, 2818, 2484
bills introducedf by —

No. 542 — for the relief of Charles Basker-
vill and Henry B. Whitfield, and to com-
pensate them for valuable services ren-
dered the Government of the United.

States 663*

No. 614 — for the allowance of expenses
incurred by marshals of the United

States in certain cases 890

No. 685— for relief of B. C. Pressley, 1151
No. 753 — for the relief of certain officers

in the United States Navy 1418

No. 918 — to provide for the appointment
of a district judge in each bf the judi-
cial districts of Mississippi 2120

No. 932 — to remove the political disabili-
ties of W. R. Miles, of Tazoo county,

Mississippi 2186

No. 996 — to repeal so much of section six
of an act making appropriations for the
support of the Army for the year end-
ing June 80, 1870, approved March 3,
1869, as prohibits promotions in the

staff departments or the Army 2525

reports made by 839,

1151, 1413, 1487, 1557, 1587,' 2249,
2456, 2728, 2959, 3315, 4334, 4418

incidental remarks by 2797, 2959, 2987

remarks on the bill relating to Army stjaff

promotions 2959

on the bill extending the enforcement

act 8048

(See Appendix,)

on the i)ill to remove disabilities, (H. R.

No. 2761) 3736

ou the tariff and tux bill 8967,

3968, 3969, 8971

on the order of business 4418

Amnesty — see Disabilities.
Anderson, Eliza B., bill (H. R. No. 2879)
granting a pension to.
received tr^^pi House, 8814 ; referred, 3815 ;
referred anew, 4250 ; reported and passed
with amendment, 4462; concurred in,
4481 ; enrolled, 4481.
Andrews, William, bill (H. R. No. 1940) for



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