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ceased, late marshal of the United States
in and for the eastern district of A.rkan>
sas— [ByMr. Clayton.]
referred, 2154.
Hamilton, Morgan C, a Senator from

Texas.'. 43

petitions presented by 294,

449, 1225, 1889, 2058
bill introduced by-
No. 955 — granting a pension to Mary Ann
Montgomery, widow of William W.
Montgomery, late private in i'exas vol-
unteers 2358

reports made by 484, 889,

1316, 1665, 1660, 1881, 1888, 2185, 2186,
2357, 2358, 2528. 2797, 8246, 8584, 3769

incidental remarks'by 520,

676, 1816. 2484, 8538, 8584, 8554. 3769
remarks on the Chicago relief bill (H. R.

No. 555) 1828

on the bill amending act in relation to
transportation and exportation of goods

in bond in Texas 1943

on the supplementary Texas Pacific rail-
road bill 2456,

2568, (see Appendix,) 2572, 2578, 2575,

2577, 2601, 2602,2604,2608, 2618,2617

on the case of Hon. Joseph C. Abbott,

from North Carolina. 2676

on the bill in relation to Cherokee lands

in Kansas. 2884, 2885

on the bill for the removal of disabilities

(H. R. No. 1050) 8268, 8269, 3270

on the bill in reference to the election

of preMdeotial eleetors in Louisiana,

8286; S286

on the enforcement bill (S. No. 791),

3298,8380
on the bill extending the enforcement

act 3707, 3709, 3710, 3714

on the tariff and tax bill *....3951,

8965, 8969, 3999. 4021, 4041, 4051, 4052
on the river and harbor appropriation

bUl 4287

Hamilton, William T., a Senator from Mary-
land ..43

petitions presented by... 68,401, 424, 519, 977,
1664, 1848, 1985,2118,2285,2796, 290G

42d Cong. 2d Sess.— E.



Hamilton, William T., a SMMtor from Maty-
land — Continued,
bill introduced by —
No. 1055 — to authorize the extension and
use of the National railroad of Mary-
land into and within the District of

Columbia 2909

reports made by.... 1665

incidental remarks by 120,

193, 249. 885, 825, 581, 1640, 1641,
1820, 2965, 2958. 2977, 2983, 82H7, 8270,
8276, 8287, 8814, 8489, 8728, 8730. 3815,
8868, 8986, 4140, 4159,4160, 4418, 4490
remarks on the Chicago relief bill (H. R.

No. 555) 1808, 1804

on the order of bosioess «1818,

2382, 8271, 8278, 8475, 8476, 8490, 3577,

8705, 8818, 4108, 4159,4178, 4182,4888

on bill to repeal the datiea ob salt, 1881

(See Appendix,)

on- the bill to repeal the duties on tea and

coffee 1977, 1991,

2002, 2022, 2024, 2086, 2087^ 2044
on the Baltimore and Potomac railroad

bill 2282,

2284, 8481, 8487, 8488, 8489, 8491,

8492, 8493, 8494. 8495, 8500. 3501,

8503, 8504, 3506, 8535, 8536, 8537

on the deticieoey appropriation bill, 2778,

2779, 2816, 2817, 2911

on the resolution limiting debate on

appropriation bills 2878y

2876, 2877

on the Post Office appropriation bill. .8023,

8081, 8085, 8126, 8813

on the enforcement bill (S. No. 791),

8290, 8292, 8293, 8818, 8819, 8834, 8360

on the bill extending the enforcement

act 8647, 8719, 8720, 3724, 8725

on the tariff and tax bill 8908,3906,

8944, 3947,8948, 8957, 8972, 4002, 4003,

4069, 4060, 4081, 4082, 4083, 4086, 4086

on the resolution limiting debate on the

tariff bill 8944, 8947, 8948

en the question of final adjournment,
4123, 4143, 4153, 4156

on civil appropriation bill 4267, 4268,

4270, 4274, 4277, 4278,4279,4280, 4849,

4852, 4867, 4861, 4862, 4864, 4372, 4375,

4879, 4381, 4882, 4888, 4891, 4893,4394

on the ri?er and harbor appropriation

bUl ..4286, 4294, 4295, 4296

on the Anacostia and Potomac river

railroad bill 4804, 4806

Hamlin, Hannibal, a Senator from Maine 1

petitions presented by 44, 119, 202, 293,

850, 877, 401, 449, 481, 815, 887,
1150, 1280, 1815, 1566, 1757, 1986,
2384, 2630, 2716, 2796, 2967, 8245
bills introduced by —

No. 849 — to provide for the payment of
D. B. Allen k Co. for services in carry-
ing the United States mails. 47

No. 436 — donating certain condemned
cannon for a soldiers' monument at

Winterport, Maine 818

No. 476 — to anihorize the sale of public

property at Hoolton, Maine »405

No. 617 — approving tbe act passed by the
Legislative Assembly of Dakota Terri-
tory authoriiiog the people to vote aid

to railroads 907

No. 728 — to provide for a groop of statu-
ary to commemorate the late epoch in

American history 1226

No. 752— gMBting a pension to Peter

Campbell 1413

No. 967 — granting right of way to Dakota

Southern Railway Cooipany 2885

No. 1029 — to facilitate improveneot in

. the postal service 2761

Ko. 1092— for tlm reUef of Agnes Ellen

KJeiss 3247

No. 1093— for the relief of Lizzie M.

Mitchell ^ «3247

No. 1167-^authorizing the extension of
the railway of the Meiropolitan Rail-
road Company in the District of Co-
lumbia : 8898



Hamlin, HanniiMU, a Senator froti Moine^

Continued,
concurrent resolution submitted by*—

for printing additional copies of the report
of the Smithsonian Institntion for

1871— [April 26, 1872] 2799

resolutions submitted by —

authorizing Committee on Investigation
and Retrenchment to sit during the
sesBions of the Senate — [Janoary 8,
1872] 295

for the payment of the expenses of the
committee to inquire into the sales of
ordnance 8tores-^[Maroh 27, 1872],

1987

to inquire what snm is due John P.
Hale, late minister to Spain— [Mcroh 1,
1872] 1317

calling for tbe report of the survey of the
Isthmus of Darieo for an interoceanic
•hip-canal— [May 8, 1872] .....3174

to expel from the galleries of the Senate
A. Divine, a reporter for the Associated

Press— [May 20, 1872] 8641

reports made by...202, 1128, 1176, 1828, 8122

incidental remarks by 8, 45,

119, 120, 172, 296, 820, 882, 405,622,909,
1005, 1226, 1257, 1814, 1558, 1679, 1788,
1882, 2286, -2821, 2526, 2908, 2909, 3098,
8245, 8246, .^247, 8354, 3364, 3414, 3415,
8434, 8505, 8568, 8641, 8767, 8769, 3814
remarks on the amnesty and civil rights bill

(U. R. No. 880) i 28,

65, 244, 628, 588, 590, 820, 870, 897

on the resolutions to oreate a Committee
of Liveetigation and Retrenchment,

182, 168

on the resolution in reference to the tele-
graph system 207

on the case of George Ooldthwaite, a
Senator-elect from Alabama 262

on the order of business 818, 684,

1036, 1328, 1967, 2268, 2264, 2822, 2454,
2628, 2629, 2686, 2678, 8123, 8245, 3788

on the bill for the relief of the sufferers
at Chicago (H. R/ No. 665) 558,663

on the apportionment bill 615, 676

personal and explanatory in regard to
reports of debates 866

on tbe petition relating to seizures of
books, ^. „.887

on the resolution in reference to tbe treaty
of Washington 909

on the right to take notice of debates of
the other House 1087

on the Lake St. Croix and Lake Superior
railroad bill 1064

on the resolution to inquire into the sales

of arms , 1258,

1290, 1298, 141d, 8326, 8820, 3328

on the bill allowing respondents in crim-
inal cases in courts of the United States
to testify in their own behalf. ..1281

on Rule 47, relating to admiMions to the
floor 1284, 1285, 1414, 1415

on the bill to preride for reporting the
debates of Congress 1816, 1828

on the legislative appropriation bill, 1858,
1424, 1426, 1461, 1458, 1469, 1460, 1494,
1506, 1600, 1606, 1688. 1670, 1671, 2721

on the obafgee i^[ainst the Kansas Sen-
ators 1411, 8816, 8317

on the resolution in regard to recommend-
* ations for office 1525, 1627

on the resolution amending the rules in
regard to presentation of petitions. 1558

on the consular and diplomatic appropri-
ation bill 1823

on the netitton of the women of Utah, 1880

en tbe bill to repeal the duties on tea and

ooffee 1967, 1978, 1979, 2014,

2017, 2028, 2029, 2082, 2036, 2044

on tbe Piedmont and Potomac Railroad
Company bill 2185

on the bill to establish a municipal court

in the District of Columbia 2530,

2531, 2583, 2534, 2535

on the deficiency appropriation bill, 2566,
2780, 2781, 2782, 2810



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LXVI



INDEX TO SENATE PROCEEDINGS.



Hamlin, Hannibal, a Senator from Maine-*-
Continued,
remarks on debates in House reflecting on

Senators 2769

on the bill in reference to railroads in

Dakota 2886, 2837, 2838

on the nayal appropriation bill 2845.

2962, 2963, 2977, 2978

on the Post Office appropriation bi 11,2846,

2992, 8143, 3818

on the resolution limiting debate on

appropriation bills 2872, 2882

on the bill repealing the duty upon tea

and coflFee (H. R. No. 174), 2919, 2920

on the bill for the removal of disabilities

(H.R. No. 1060) 8183

on the petition relating to soldiers' and

sailors' homestead bill 8245

on the bill for the relief of Qeorge G.

Bestor 3370

on the enforcement bill (S. No. 791), 8425

on the bill to provide for the publication

of maps of survey of the Mississippi.

and Minnesota rivers 8486

on the bill to amend the steamboat

law 3489, 8446

on'the postal telegraph bill 8554,

8558, 8559
on the bill extending the enforcement

act 3722

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

8780, 8734

on the tariff and tax bill 8899,

8948, 8950, 8956, 4054, 4066, 4067,

4068, 4069, 4070, 4072, 4074, 4077

on the resolution limiting debate on the

tariff bill 8948

Hammond, Angelica, bill (H. H. No. 2466)
granting a pension to.
received from House, 2725 ; referred, 2725.
Hampton, Wade, and others, communication
trom, in reference to their connection with
the Ku Elux orsanization.
read and discussed, 2088.
remarks by —

Mr. Blair 2083. 2084

Mr. Edmunds. , 2083, 2084

Mr. Robertson 2083, 2084

Hanks, Dr. John F.. bill (H. R. No. 1550)
for the relief of tne estate of.
received from House, 1107 ; referred, 1112 ;
reported and passed, 1665 ; enrolled, 1711.
Hansen, Charles J., bill (S. No. 1065) grant-
ing a pension to — [By Mr. Edmunds.]
referred, 2985.
Harbor, atEvansville, Indiana, resolution call-
ing for the report upon the survey of
the— [By Mr. Morton, February 28, 1872.]
agreed to, 1177.

Mobile, resolution calling for information
relative to the improvement of— [By
Mr. Spencer, April 1, 1872.]
agreed to, 2060.
at Fort Orford, Oregon, resolution in refer-
eace to the survey of the — [By Mr.
Corbett, February 6, 1872.]
referred, 840.
Harbors — see Rivera and Harbors,
bill (S. No. 87) for the preservation of the,
and navi^ble rivers of the United
States against encroachments — [By Mr.
Gonkling.J
reported, 581.
bill (S. No. 1072) for the better preservation
of, havens, roads, channels, navigable
rivers, lakes, and other navigable waters
within the United States - [By Mr.
Frelinghuysen.]
referred, 3021; reported, 8246; passed,
8436; motion to reconsider, 3471.
Hardesty, Lee, bill(S. No. 1051) iorthe relief
of the heirs of— [By Mr. West.]
referred, 2867.
Hardin, Martin P., bill (H. R. No. 1457) for
the relief of, of Pomotoo county, Missis-
sippi,
received from House, 4039; read, 4104;
motion to take up, 4417 ; passed, 4468 ;
enrolled, 4473.



Harding, Elizabeth, bill (H. R. No. 1946)
, grantins; a pension to.
received from the House, 1704 ; referred,

1711 ; reported and passed with amend-
ment, 2523 ; concurred in, 2909 ; enrolled,

2992.

Harlan, James, a Senator from Iowa 1

petitions presented by 44,

158, 480, 580, 887, 1848, 1557,
1757, 1783, 1962, 2058, 2162, 2630
bills introduced by —

No. 877 — for the relief of the legal rep-
resentatives of the late George T.
Wiggins, of Keokuk, in the State of
Iowa 58

No. 389 — for the relief of certain settlers
on the public lands in the State of
Iowa under the provisions of the home-
stead laws 120

No. 403— for the relief of Rufiis M.
PickeL * 159

No. 508— for the relief of certain tribes in
the northern superintendency 484

No. 509 — to enable the Secretary of the
Interior to use for the removal of scat-
tering bands of Chippewa Indians to
their reservation near White Earth
Lake, Minnesota, to subsist them there-
at for six months, and for improve-
ments on their reservation, the unex-
pended balance on the books of the
Treasury heretofore appropriated... 484

No. 535 — to authorize the Secretary of
the Interior to expend the balance of
an appropriation made for the support
of industrial and other schools among
Indian tribes 582

No. 536 — to con6rm sales of Shawnee
Indian land in Kansas, under the direc-
tion and with the approval of the Sec
retary of the Interior 682

No. 647 — to authorize the construction of
*% bridge across the Mississippi river at
or near the town of Clinton, in the State
of Iowa, and to establish it as a post
road 696

No. 548 — for the relief of Thomas
Hughes 696

No. 649— for the relief of Lieutenant R.
H. Pratt 696

No. 581 — to empower the Secretary of
War to establish under certain condi-
-tions a horse railway upon and over the
island of Rock Island and the bridges
erected by the United States connecting
the cities of Davenport and Rock Island
therewith 817

No. 582 — granting a pension to Alonzo D.
Cady 817

No. 674— for the relief of William Blanch-
ard „ 1128

No. 788 — fur the relief of Red Bear, a
chief of the Pembina band of Ciiippewa
Indians 1557

No. 8Q8 - -for the protection of owners of
saw-mills on the Mississippi river... 2059

No. 894 — ^granting a pension to the widow
and heirs of F. F. Dayton, of company
F, eleventh Indiana volunteer infan-
try 2059

No. 917— for the relief of Dr. Basil R.
Prather, late acting assistant surgeon
in the thirty- fourth regiment Iowa vol-
unteers 2164

No. 976— to confirm to the Great and
Little Osage Indians a reservation in
the Indian territory 2429

No. 986— to settle land titles in the State

of Iowa 2486

resolutions submitted by —

calling for the papers in the case ot the
application of the heirs of Frederick L.
Dayton for a pension — [December 12,
1871] .68

in regard to the terminus of the Union
Pacific railroad— [March 22, 1872], 1888

reports made by / 1035,

1112, 122ft, 1657, 1758, 2485,
2797, 32/6, 3275, 3870, 3912



Harlan, James, a Senator from Iowa — Con^

Unued,

incidental remarks by 45, 581, 582, 952,

1183, 1208, 1228, 1525, 1773, 1819, 1964,
, 1965, 2010, 2013, 2070, 2184, 2386, 2429,
2847, 2883, 3018. 8019, 3263, 8276, 3416,
8485, 8446, 8539, 8540, 8541, 8542, 8643,
8544. 8545, 8646, 3564, 8595, 8613, 3768,
8807, 4010, 4129, 4192, 4213, 4217, 4219,
4249, 4284, 4335, 4403, 4465, 4489, 4494
remarks on the resolution to inquire into
the ** general order" business... 208

on the bill authorizing a bridge across
the Mississippi river at Clinton,
Iowa 869, 1129, 1130

on the amnesty and civil rights bill,
(H. R. No. 380) 873, 877, 878

on the legislative appropriation bill. ...988

on the resolution to inquire into the sales

of arms 1014,

1015, 1018, (see Appendix,) 1040,
(^ee Appendix,) 1041, 1169, 1160, 1179,
1288, 1263, 1264, 1265,4266, 1268, 1288

on the Lake St. Croix and Lake Superior
railroad bill 1068, 1988

on the Indian appropriation bill 1689,

1769, 1966, 2064, 2065, 2066, 2067,
2068, 2069, 2070, 2071, 2072, 2091,
2092, 2098, 2096, 2097, 2098, 2099,
2167, 2168, 2189, 2192, 2193, 2194,
2200, 2201, 2202, 2203, 2204, 2268, 2824,
2825, 2326, 2327, 2332, 2336, 2337, 8483

on the order of business 1699,

2264, 2323, 2628, 2629, 8128,
3124, 3355, 8538, 8589, 8545

on the soldiers' and sailors' homestead
bill 1886,1888

on the Piedmont and Potomac railroad
bill 2186,2157

on the deficiency appropriation bill, 2486,
2437, 2780, 2782, 2817, 2916

on the bill in relation to Cherokee lands
in Kansas 2485, 2797, 2834, 2835

on the supplementary Texas Pacific rail-
road bill 2675,

2576, 2677, 2604, 2623,2624, 2625, 2906

on the Post Office appropriation bill,
8020, 3027, 3028, 8083, 3128,
3129, 8180, 3131, 8147, 8178

on the bill relating to an Indian reserva-
tion in Wyoming 3246, 3639, 3540

on the bill to provide for the publication
of maps of survey of the Mississippi
and Minnesota rivers 3436

on the bill to abolish the tribal relations
of the Miami Indians 8644, 3545

on the Santa F6 railroad bill 8558

on the tariff and tax bill 4081, 4086

on the civil appropriation bill, 4164, 4165,
4240, 4242, 4248, 4244, 4389, 4340,
4341, 4343, 4344, 4345, 4347, 4396

on the Washington and Point Lookout
railroad bill 4281, 4282, 4284

on the bill to encourage the growth of
timber 4464

on the bill to issue college £crip to Ark-
ansas „ 4478, 4479, 4480

Harper's Ferry, bill (S. No. 67) for the relief

of the purchasers of lots and bouses and

lots sold by virtue of an act pfoviding

for the sale of the lands, tenements,

and water privilegesji^loo^g To the
• United State».*Tsmnd near— [By Mr.

Wilsmj^p-^
recojiMEmtted, 159 ; reported, 405 ] passed,

Harrison*, Priscillaj bill (H. R. No. 2438)
granting a pension to,
received from the House. 2725 ; referred,
2725 i reported and passed, 3769 ; enrolled,
3894.

Harrison, Rebecca S., bill (S. No. 217) to
amend an act for the relief of, ap-
proved February 25, 1866— [By Mr,
Sawyer.]
reported adversely, 581; recommitted,
2164; reported adversely and indefinitely
postponed, 3584.



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HaskalU Phcebe, bill (H. R. N<>> 1059) gnitt-
ing a pension to, widow of Sidney omitfa.
received from House, 429; referred, 449;
reported advevsely and indefinitely post-
poned, 1666.
Hatch, Reuben B., resolution calling for
papers relating to the final settlement of
the account) of, late quartermaster, &c —
[By Mr. Loj^an, March 28, 1872.]
agreed to, 2012.

resolution directing the return of the papers
in the case of— [By Mr. Logan, April 9,
1872.]
agreed to, 2285.
Hawks, Miller & Co., bill (S. No. 811) for the
relief of Butler, Miller A Co., and, of
Ohio— [By Mr. Sherman.]
referred, 1666.
Hayden, Hiram W., bill (S. No. 1152) for the
relief of— [By Mr. Ferry, of Connecticut]
reported, 8768; passed, 4159.
Haynie, George C, bill (H. B. No. 206) for
the relief of.
received from House, 1858 ; referred, 1888;
reported, 2011, 2884; passed, 2847; en-
rolled, 2992.
Heath & Co's Counterfeit Detector, bill (H. R.
No. 1762) to authorize the Secretary of the
Treasury to'allow the printing of impres-
sions of currency notes and bonds, &;c.,
for the use of.
received from House, 1228; referred, 1254 ;
reported and indefinitely postponed, 1587.
Heddinger, John, bill (H. R. No. 2471) grant-
ing a pension to.
received from House, 2726 ; referred, 2725.
Hemp, Russia, bill (S. No. 405) to provide
for the repayment of certain duties col*
lected npon the importation of— [By Mr.
Fenton.J
referred, 159.
remarks relating to the duty on, by —

Mr. Bayard 2820, 2821

Mr. Fenton 2321

Mr. Morrill, of Vermont 2820, 2321

Henderson, Alexander, bill (S. No. 1158) for
the relief of— [By Mr. Viokers.]
reported, 8811.
Henderson, J. N., & Co., bill (H. R. No. 847)
for therelief of Tinsley, Van Horn & Co.,
Glenn, Overall & Clark, and, of Louis-
iana, Missouri,
received from the House, 909 ; read, 929 ;
referred, 949 ; reported, 1128; discussed,
2596 ; referred anew, 8763.
Henry, J. L., bill (S. No. 1147) for the reUef
of— [By Mr. Chandler.]
referred, 8763.
Hensley, Wesley, bill (H. R. No. 2443) grant-
ing a pension to.
received from House, 2725 : referred, 2725.
Hepburn, Phebe, bill (S. No. 201) for the
relief of— [By Mr. Pratt.]
reported, 1151 ; passed, 2258; passed House,
8869 ; enrolled, 8897 ; approved) 4145.
Hey wood, Joseph L., bill (H. B. No. 2909)
for the relief of, and others,
received from House, 8869; referred, 8888.
Hicks, Mrs. Eliza, bill (H. R. No. 2488) grant-
ing a pension to.
received from the House, 2768; referred,
2764.
Highland kilts, bill (H. R. No. 1789) to per-
mit the importation, free of duty, of cer-
tain, and uniforms for the sevenUr-ninth
regiment of Highlanders of the National
Guard, State of New York,
received from House, 1852 ; referred, 1854 ;
reported adversely, 2797.

Hill, Joshua, a Senator from Georgia 43

petitions presented by 158,

378, 449, 723, 1880, 1937, 2428, 3275
bills introduced by —
No. 400 — for dividing the State of Georgia
into three judicial districts, and organ-
izing and establishing an additional
district court of the United States
with circuit court powers and juris-
diction 159



Hill, Joshua, a Senator from Georgia — Oon-
tinued.
bills introduced by —

No. 587 — for the payment of Richard M.
Green for the use and purchase of bis

patent by the Government 582

No. 962— to relieve George N. Forbes of

political disabilities 2858

No. 1020— for the relief of Frederick
Vincent, administrator of James Le
Caze, surviving partner of Le Gaze &

Mallet 2674

No. 1042— for the relief of Thomas
Hollis, of Morgan county, Georgia, 2798
No. 1154 — ta remove the political dis-
abilities of certain citizens of Georgia

therein named 8770

report made by....^ 2674

incidental remarks by 546» 1712,

1966, 2154,2848, 8505, 3766,

4105, 4201, 4498, 4501, 4502

remarks on the amnesty and civil rights bill

(H. B. No. 380) 241,

242, 243, 244, 245, 275, 276,491,
492, 585, 590, 767, 879, 926, 927

on the apportionment bill :..620, 679

on the order of business 667,

668, 767, 1668, 1712, 4417
on the resolution to inquire into the sales

of arms 1238, 1287, 1290, 1298

on Rule 47, relating to admissions to the

floor 1286

on the legislative appropriation bill, 1322,
1823, 1327, 1463, 1454, 1496, 1497, 1498,
1676, 1593, 1597, 1598, 1648, 1644, 1645,
1669, 1670, 1672, 1678, 1674, 1675, 2637
on the resolution in regard to recommend-
ations foroflSce 1761, 1762, 1763

on bill to repeal the duties on salt... 1859
on the bill to repeal the duties on tea and

coflfee 1972. 1980, 2029,

2081, 2088, 2034, 2040, 2041, 2042

on the Indian appropriation bill 2097,

2884, 2887

on the Piedmont and Potomac railroad

bill, 2132, 2183, 2184, 2185, 2157, 2159

on the bill to relieve George N. Forbes

of disabilities 2858

on the consular and diplomatic appropri-
ation bill .....2364

on the bill to further the administration

of justice 2493

on the bill to secure eqnal rights in the

public schools of Washington 2541

on the deficiency appropriation bill,

2566, 2725, 2728, 2780, 2734,

2778, 2779, 2842, 2911, 2914

on the case of Hon. Joseph C. Abbott,

from North Carolina 2689, 2676

on the resolution limiting debate on ap-
propriation bills 2875

on the Post Office appropriation bill...8144
on the bill for the removal of disabilities

(H. R. No. 1050) 3187,

8194, 8195, 8259, 8265, 8269

on the bill in reference to the election

for presidential electors in Louis

iana 8282, 8288

on the enforcement bill (S. No. 791), 8292,

8859, 8424, 8427

on the bill extending the enforcement

act 3646

on the tarifif and tox bill 8916,

4016, 4040, 4078, 4077

5n the ciTil appropriation bill, 4247, 4256,

4257, 4258, 4260, 4262, 4268, 4264,

4265, 4269, 4278, 4274, 4871, 4888

on the resolution to pay Senator Vick-

ers 4412

on the Anacostia and Potomac River rail-
road bill 4414

on the bill to remove disabilities (H. R.

No. 1325) 4502

Hipp, Charles, bill (H. R. No. 1262) for the
relief of, of St. Mary, Auglaize county,
Ohio,
received from House, 1107; referred, 1112;
reported, 2984 ; passed with amendment,
4190; concurred in, 4856; enrolled, 4402.



Hlssong, Captain Lyman J., bill (S. No.

1112) for the relief of, of Henry county,

Ohio— [By Mr. Sherman.]
referred, 8352 ; reported, 8869 ; passed 4302.
Hitchcock, Phineas W., a Senator from Ne-
braska 1

petitions presented by.... 481, 519, 580, 951,
1127, 1176, 1389, 1623, 1819,2458,2678
bills introduced by- —

No. 497— to constitute Nebraska City, in
the SUte of Nebraska, a port of deliv-
ery 452

No. 498 — amendatory of the homestead
law 452

No. 505 — granting lands to certain insti-
tutions in the State of Nebraska 484

No. 629 — to extend the provisions of an
act to enable the State of Arkansas and
other States to reclaim the swamp lands
within their limits to the State of
Nebraska 963

No. 645 — to confirm the title to certain
lands on the Fort Kearney military reser-
vation, in Fremont county, Iowa... 1086

No. 654— to provide for holding terms of
the circuit and district courts of the
United States in Nebraska City, in the
State of Nebraska 1063

No. 680 — to encourage the growth of lim-
ber on western prairies 1129

' No. 699— fixing the salary of the United
States attorney and United States mar-
shal for the district of Nebraska. ...1177

No. 722 — to authorize the construction
of a fire-proof building at Lincoln, the



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