United States. Congress.

The congressional globe online

. (page 21 of 109)
Online LibraryUnited States. CongressThe congressional globe → online text (page 21 of 109)
Font size
QR-code for this ebook


capital ot Nebraska 1226

No. 770— to erect two new land districts
in the State of Nebraska 1490'

No. 821 — granting right of way through
the public lands to the Utah Northern
Railroad Company 1701

No. 828 — authorizing the construction of
a bridge across the Missouri river oppo-
site to or within the corporate limits of
Nebraska City, Nebraska 1758

No. 829 — granting the Kearney military
reservation to the State of Nebraska,
for the use and benefit of the Nebraska
State Deaf and Dumb and Insane Asy-
lum 1758

No. 839 — to encourage internal improve-
ments in the Territories 1785

No. 844 — granting the right of way through
the public lands to the Cheyenne, Irou
Mountain, and Pacific Railroad and Tel-
egraph Company 1820

No. 99!2 — relating to the creation of new
land districts... 2625

No. 1081 — granting to the American Fork
Railway Company the right of way
through the public lands for the con-
struction of a railroad and telegraph in
the Territory of Utah 2761

No. 1044 — ^grantin^ the right of way
through the public lands to the Grand
Island and Northwestern railroad, 2834
resolutions submitted by —

for printing Hayden' s final report of the
geological survey of Nebraska — [Feb-
ruary 12, 1872] 954

for printing the report on immigration by
the Bureau of Statistics — [March 13,

1872] 1625

reports made by 1665, 8246, 8815

incidental remarks by 869, 1459,

1591, 1665, 1666, 1667, 1712, 1986,
2154, 2857, 2890, 2560, 2595, 2847,
2969, 8173, 8815, 4084, 4080, 4140,
4141, 4160, 4184, 4185, 4201, 4494,
remarks on the bill relating to the overland
mails 1180, 1151, 1152, 1154

on the bill to provide for the irrigation of
Bear River valley in Utah Territory, 1965

on the Indian appropriation bill 2063,

2070, 2268, 2269, 2328, 2824, 2325

on the order of business 2882, 2627

on the bill authorizing a bridge across the

Missouri river at Nebraska City... 2882,

2883, 2381



Digitized by



Google



IXTIII



INDEX TO SENATE PROOBEDINGS.



Hitchcock* PhioeM W., a Senttkor from Ke-
hnMkt^^Continued.
remarks on the deficiency appropriation bill,
2501, 28ia, 2847
on the supplementary Texas Pacific rail-
road bill 2616,2626

- on the Army appropriation bill 3614

on the supplemental apportionment

bill 8766, 3766

on the ci^il appropriation bill. ..4219, 4496
on the Anacostia and Potomac Riyer rail-
road bill 4805

on the bill to encourage the growth of

timber , , 4468, 4464

Hitchcock, Samuel, bill (H. R. No. 1779) for
the relief of.
received from House, 1858 ; referred, 1888 ;
reported and passed, 4601.
Hodge, Abbott L., bill (S. No. 672) for the
relief of| the son, and Amelia S. Hodge,
now Mrs. George Packard, formerly
widow of NehemUh Hodge, deceased —
[By Mr. Carpenter.]
reterred, 1113.
Hodce, J. L., leaoIntioQ to inquire into the
oefalcation of-^[By Mr. Cookling, De-
cember 4, 1871.]
read, 1 ; discussed, 48, 209 : agreed to, 210.
Hogan, James H., bill (H. R. No. 1206) grant-
ing an increase of pension to, of Batavia,
New York,
received from House, 620 ; referred, 662 ;
reported adversely and indefinitely post-

red, 2186.
Lorenzo D., bill (H. R. No. 2461)
''granting a pension to.
received from House, 2726 ; referred, 2725.
Holbprn, Francis, bill (S. No. 857) for the
relief of— [By Mr. Carpenter.]
referred, 47.
Holderness, T. H., bill (H. R. No. 2670) for
the relief of, owner of the British ship
Duke of Edinburg.
received from House, 8761 ; referred, 8761 ;
reported, 4035.
Holiday, J. W., bill (H. R. No. 1774) for the
relief of.
received from House, 1321 ; referred, 1346.
HoUis, Thomas, bill (S. No. 1042) for the
relief of, of Morgan county, Georgia — [By
Mr. Hill.]
referred, 2798 ; referred anew, 2843 ; re-
ported, 8584.
Homestead bill, resolution for printing extra
copies of the soldiers' — [By Mr. Windom,
March 28, 1872.]
referred, 2012 ; reported and agreed to, 2058.
Homestead claims, bill (S. No. 638) in rela-
tion to, and preemption claims — IBy Mr.
Chandler.]
referred, 1006.
Homestead entries, resolution in reference
to— [By Mr. Wright, January 10, 1872.]
agreed to, 333.
Homestead entry, bill (H. R. No, 2981)
restoring the right of, to certain soldiers
and sailors of the late war of the
rebellion,
received from House, 4401; referred, 4404.
Homestead law, bill (S. No* 498) amendatory
of the— [By Mr. flitchcocl^J
referred, 462, ^

Homestead laws, bill (H. R. No. 690) for the
relief of certain settlers on the public
lands in Iowa under the provisions of the.
received from House, 2122; referred, 2150;
reported and passed, 2184; enrolled, 2828.
bill (S. No. 1083) to legalize entries of
public lands under the, in certain
cases — [By Mr. Wright.]
referred, 2798.
Homestead settlers, bill (S. No. 546) relative
to, burned out iu the States of Minnesota,
Wisconsin, and Micbigau — [By Mr.
Howe.]
referred. 663 ; reported, 817 ; passed, 2821 ;
passed House, 4109; enrolled, 4167;
enrollment corrected, 4270, 4846; ap-
proved, 4475.



X



Homestead uitUn^Continued.
bill (H. R. No. 2785) for the relief of cer-
tain, on the public lands,
received from House, 8594 ; referred,
8698.
Senate concurrent resolution, to correct the
enrollment of the bill (S. No. 546) rel-
ative to, &c. — [By Mr. Howe, June 6,
1872.]
agreed to, 4270 ; concurred in by House,
4346.
Homesteads, bill (S. No. 447) to enable hon-
orably discharged soldiers and sailors,
their widows and orphan children, to ac-
quire, on the public lands of the United
States — [By Mr. Pomeroy.]
referred, 318; reported, 483; motion to take
up, 1712; called up, 1882; discussed,
1883; passed, 1888; passed House, 1966;
enrolled, 2028 ; printed, 2068 ; approved,
2164.
remarks by —

Mr, Anthony 2058

Mr. Boreman ^ 1887

Mr. Carpenter 1888

Mr. Cole 1713, 1886, 1887, 1888

Mr. Conkling 1886, 1886, 1888

Mr. Frelinghuysen 1886

Mr. Harlan 1886, 1888

Mr. Logan 1712,

1882, 1883, 1884, 1886, 1886
Mr. Morrill, of Maine.. 1883, 1884, 1885

Mr. Morton 1885, 1886, 1887

Mr. Pomeroy 1718, 1884, 1885, 1886

Mr. Sherman 1713, 1884, 1888

Mr. Stewart 1884, 1886, 1887

Mr. Windom 1884, 1885, 1886, 1887

ye&s and nays on the 1884

bill (S. No. 460) to secure, to actual settlers
on the public domain-*[By Mr. Pome-
roy.]
referred, 888 ; reported, 1888 ; discussed,

3547 ; nassed, 8649.
remarks by —

Mr. Casserly 8547, 8548, 8549

Mr. Pomeroy 8547, 8548

Mr. Stewart 3648, 8649

bill (S. No. 740) to amend the act giving,
to actual settlers— [By Mr. Pratt]
Vred, 1317.

(S. No. 1075) supplementary to an act
to secure, to actual settlers on the pub-
lic domain — [By Mr. Pomeroy.]
reported and recommitted, 8085.
ill (S. No. 1168) to amend an act relat-
ing to soldiers* and sailors* — [By Mr.
Pomeroy. ]
referred, 8770; reported, 8986; passed
House, 4366 ; enrolled, 4417 ; approved,
4475.
bill (S. No. 1178) to enable honorably
discharged soldiers and sailorH, their
widows and orphan children, to xtquire,
on the public lands — [Bj Mr. WiUun.]
referred, 4086.
Hoon, Rosa, bill (H. R. No. 2614) graating a
pension to.
received from House, 2768 ; referred, 2764.
Hoorokiil creek, at Lewes, Delaware, resolu-
tion directing a survey of the — [By Mr.
Bayard, May 10, 1872.]
referred^ 3274,
Horses, bill (S. No. 994) to pay certain persons
therein specified for, illegally taken from
them by officers of the United State8^[By
Mr. Cooper.]
referred, 2525.
Hospital, Touro, resolution inquiring whether
the building known as the, in New Or-
leans, was under the control of the Gov-
ernment at the time of its destruction — [By
Mr. Kellogg, December 19, 1871.]
agreed to, 206.
Hospitttl, marine, bill (S. No. 365) referring the
claim of Isaac W. Ingersoll and Joseph
Granger for damages under a contract for
building a, at Detroit, Michigan — [By Mr.
Ferry, of Michigan.]
referred, 47 ; reported adversely, 2722.




Hoapital, marine — Coniiftm^L
bill (S. No. 615) relating to the purobase of
a building and grounds in San Fran-
cisco, California, for the purposes of a
United States— [By Mr. Casserly.]
referred, 1666; reported and indefinitely
postponed, 1938.
resolution to inquire as to the necessity of a,
at San FranoiscO) California— [Bv Mr.
Morrill of Vermont, March 25, 1872.]
reported and agreed to, 1938.
bill (S. Now 855) to providn for the sale of the,
and grounds at San Francisco — -[By Mr.
Morrill, of Vermont.]
reported and passed, 1988 ; passed House,
4109 } enrolled, 4167; approved, 4254.
bill (H« R. No. 2764) making ia,u appropria-
tion for the erection of a, -at San Fran-

dSQO.

reoeifedfrom HonBe,8418 ; referred, 8470;
reported, 4106.
at Vickshurgl bill (S. No^ 823) to oancel a
certain aeed to the United Spates of
America— [By Mr. Carpenter.]
reported and passed, 1758; paajsed the
House,4109 ; eorolled,4167 ; ^{i^roved,
4222.
naval, bill (S. No. 1087) to provide for
building a, at the navy-yard at Pensa-
cola— [By Mr. Osborn.]
referred, 2798.
Hospital for women, director on thO'parl of

the Senate appointed for ......4508

Hospital service, marine, resolution catling
for the report on the — [By Mr. Logan,
February 19, 1872.]
agreed to, 1113.
Houlton, Maine, bill (S. No. 475) to authorize
the sale of public property at — [By Mr.
Hamlin.]
referred, 406 ; reported and passed, 1005 ;
passed House with amend mont, 1282;
agreed to. 1814 i fiurolled, 1858; approved
1704.
Houston^ George S.^ bill (S. No. 1159) to
reldeve the legal and political disabilities
of, of Limeatoae county, Alabama — [By
Mr. Spencer.]
referred, 8811.
Houston, 8. D.,bill (S. No. 572) for the relief
of, late receiver of publie money at Junc-
tion City, in Kansas — [By Mr. Pomeroy.]
referred, 755; reported and passed, 3562;
passed House, 4187 ; enrolled^ 4226 ; ap-
proved, 4346.
Howard, W. A., bill (H. R. No. 2860) for the
relief of.
received from House, 3772; referred, 8807 j
reported, 8986; passed, 4302; enrolled,
4402.
Howard, WiUiam» bill (H. R. No. 2027) forthe
relief of.
received from Hou8e)1828; referred, 1828;
reported, 2728.
Howe, Mary S., bill (H. R. No. 568) granting
a pension to.
received from House, 167; referred, 158;
reported adversely and indefinitely post-
poned, 1666.
Howe, Timothy O., a Senator from Wiscon-
sin 1

petitions presented by 120, 1412,

1448, 1555, 1757, 1»18, 1987,

2152, 2247, 2595, 8697, 4218

bills introdaced by —

No. 826— to regulate certain actions in the

Court of ClaiuH by loyal owners of

property seized under the act of March

12, 1868 * 8

. No. 862— *deelaratory of an act to reduce
internal, taxes, approved July 14,

1870 « 47

No. 884 — extending the time for the com-
pletion of the Green Bay and Stur-
geon Bay and Lake Michigan ship- canal,

in tbe State of Wisconsin » 121

No. 406-^to encouragexbe laying of ocean
telegraph cables and tosftcure the same
for the use of the United States 159



Digitized by V^OOQiC



INDBX TO SENATE PEOCBEDINGa



LXIX



Howe, Timoth J O. , a Senator from Wicooa-
81 n — Continued,
bills introduced by-
No. 646 — relative to homestead settlers
bunied out in the States of Minnesota,

Wisconsin, and Michigan. % 663

No. 784 — confirming the title of Louis
Orignon t6 a ceruin tract of land at

Green Bay, Wisconsin 1557

No. 841 — for the relief of James A. Way-
mire* late second lieutenant company
M, first • cavalry, United States Army,

1820
No. 859 — to establish a national nniversi^
for the purpose of elevating the stand-
ard of education in the Republic and
promoting the intellectual welfiure of

the people /. 1988

No. 892 - authoriziDg the sale of timber
on Government lands in Wisconsin,

2059

No. 1082 — to change the name of the

pilot- boat Three Brothers to Adaliza,

3122
No. lOgO'-for the relief of William L.

Utiey 8247

No. 1130 — authorizing the Secretary of
War to correct an Army ofiicer's rec-
ord 8687

concurrent resolutions submitted by —
for printing additional copies of the inter-
nal revenue report — [December 11,

1871] 55

to correct the enrollment of the bill (8.
No. 546) relative to homestead set-
tlers, &c.— [June 5, 1872] 4270

reports made by 120, 1758,

1820, 1964, 2058, 2059, 2249,
2320, 2385, 2834, '2907, 2909,
2984,8247,3415, 8762,8870,
4036, 4192, 4214, 4280, 4464

incidentiil remarks by 121,

245, 1818, 1526, 1783, 1820, 1939,
1951, 1964, 1985, 1986, 1987, 2058,
2249, 2251, 2252, 2253, 2258, 2259,
2260, 2261, 2262, 2268, 2821, 2360,
2385, 2390, 28^1, 2429, 2524, 2983,
3064,3431, 8552,3558, 3869, 3892,
4187, 4189, 4190, 4191,4192, 4198,
4194, 4200, 4250, 4270. 4280, 4292,
4856, 4409, 4410, 4462, 4497, 4498
remarks on the resolutions to create a Com-
mittee of Investigation and Retrench-
ment. 162, 192, 193

on Rule 47, relating lo admissions to the

floor 1415

op the legislative appropriation bill ... 1530,
1575, 2719, 2722

on the order of business 1701, 1940,

2012, 2060, 2153, 2251, 2627, 2628, 2629,

2635, 2686, 2637, 2672, 2673, 2757, 3868,

3894, 3895, 3897, 4107, 4108. 4173, 4496

on the Lake St. Croix and Lake Superior

railroad bill 1763,

1985, 1988, 1990, 1991, 2013
on the Chicago relief bill (H. R. No.

656) 1791, 1804

on the resolution in regard to printing of

testimony 2187

on the Indian appropriation bill 2194,

2195, 2200, 2381, 2332, 2335, 2336, 2337
on the bill for the relief of J. Milton

Best 2252,4156

on the bill for the relief of C. and H. W.

Spencer 2256, 2256, 2267

on the bill for the relief of citizens of

' Loudoun county, Virginia 2260

on the bill for the relief of Joseph

Segar...... r. 2261, 2262

on the bill in regard to the resignation

of judges....* 2497, 2501

on the deficiency appropriation bill, 2566,
.. 2675, 2733, 2911, 2912, 2913, 8472
on the supplementary Texas Pacific rail-
road biU 2574,

2575, 2576, 2618, 2618, 2620

on the bill for the relief Of Tinsley, Van

Horn A Co „ 2696



Howe, Timothy 0., a Senator flrom Wiscoa*
sin — Continued,
remarks on the Lake St Croix bridge bill,

2724,2762
on debates in House reflecting upon Sen-
ators 2760

on the House joint resolution relating to

southern claims commission, 2907, 2908

on the bill repealing the doty on tea and

coffee (H. R. No. 174) 2920

on the biH to regulate elections in Wash-
ington and Idaho .8019

on the bill for the removal of disabilities

(H. R. No.'1050)... 8259

on the bill for the relief of Fannie M.

Jackson ...3270

on the charges against the Kansas Sen-
ators 3817

on the tariff and tax bill 4007,

4048, 4044, 4058, 4188, 4189

on the civil appropriation bill 4089,

4110, 4187, 4244, 4258, 435'^

on the question of final adjournment, 4172,

4173,4470,4498

on the bill for the relief of Theodore

Adams 4189,

4190, 4494, 4497, 4498, 4499

on the bill relating to the payment of

claims reported by soutnern claims

commission 4190

on the report of the investigating commit
tee in regard to the custom- house at

New York 4214.

4220, 4221, 4225, 4471, 4472
Hughes, Thomas, bill (S. No. 548) for the
relief of— [By Mr. Harlan.]
referred, 696 ; reported, 962 ; passed, 2847.
Hunt, Edward G., bill (H. R. No. 2532) grant-
ing a pension to.
received from the House, 2763 j referred,
2764.
Hunter, Aiin, bill (H. R. No. 1198) granting
a pension to.
received from House, 620 ; referred, 662 ;
reported adversely and indefinitely post-
poned, 2758.
Hunter, William, bill (S. No. 730) for the
relief of— [By Mr. Cole.]
referred, 1288.
Hutchinson, John H. and Thomas H., bill (S.
No. 869) for the relief of, of De Wilt,
Arkansas oouuty, Arkansas — [By Mr.
Rice.]
referred, 1964: referred anew, 2560.
Hutchinson, William, bill (S. No. 964)

5 ranting a pension to, minor son of
oseph Hutchinson, deceased — [By Mr.
Pratt]
reported, 2357 ; passed, 2523 ; passed House,
2764 i enrolled, 2843 approved, 2993.

I.

Ice, bill (S. No. 169) conferring upon the
Courtof Claims power to hear and determ*
ine the claim of J. W. Parrish &, Co. for
damages for the alleged violation of their
contract with the United States for the
delivery of— [By Mr. Pratt.]
reported, 1256 ; passed, 2259 ; passed House
with amendment, 3869; agreed to, 3888 ;
enrolled, 8897 ; approved, 4107.

Ice>boats, iron steam, bill (S; No. 489) to
exempt the, constructed by the city of
Philadelphia from the inspection required
hj the act of February 28, 1871, to pro-
vide for the better security of life on board
of vessels propelled in whole or in part
by steam— [By Mr. Scott.]
referred, 425; reported and passed, 450;
passed House with amendment, 725 ; con-
curred in, 763 ; enrolled, 758 ; approved,
848.

Idaho, the Territorv of, bill (S. No. 679) to
provide for the irrfgation of the lands lying
between Boise and Snake rivers — [By Mr.
Kelly.]
referred, 1129.



Idaho, the Territory o{^CmHnu4d.

bill (H. R. No. 279) to repeal section one
of an act to amend an act to provide a
temporary government for, approved
March 8, 1863. approved March 2, 1867.
received from House, 2023 ; referred,2057 ;
reported, 2674.
bill(S. No. 1183)toeaabletheComfaii88toner
of Indian Affairs to purchase and pay
for certain improvements within the
Nez Perce Indian resatvatiou iB-^[Bj
Mr. Buckingham.]
reported, 4106.
Immigrants, resolution to inquire into alleged
abuses in connection with the ouaraotine
and health regulations at New York, and
also into the treatmentof— [By Mr. Conk-
ling, February 6, 1872.]
agreed to, 842.

resolution in reference to the protection
of— [By Mr. Cole, February 12, 1872.]
agreed to, 964.
Immigration, resolution to make inquiry into
the subject of. and the treatment of im-
migrants — [By Mr. Chandler, March 7,
1872.1
reported and agreed to, 1490.
remarks by —

Mr. Chandler ,\ 1490

Mr. Cole 1490

Mr. Conkling 1490

Mr. Corbett 1490

Mr. Trumbiill * 1 1490

resolution- for printing the report on, by the
Bureau or Statisrips — [ay Mr. Hitch-
cock, March 18, 1872.]
referred, 1625 ; reported and passed, 1666.
House concurrent resolution for printing
in German ten thousand copies of the
report on, and ten thousand copies in
French,
received from House, 8814; referred.
8816.
Senate conOnrrent resolution for printing
ten thousand copies of the report on, in
German, and ten thousand copies in
French — [By Mr. Anthony, June 8,
1872 1
reported and agreed to, 4184.
Imports — see Duties ; Bevenue ; Tariff,
Income, bill {8. No. .11) to abolish the tax
upon — [By Mr. Cole.]
committee discharged and bill indefinitely
postponed, 1785.
Indemnity fund, bill (H. R. No. 2797) provid-
ing for the payment to the Government
of Japan, from the, the sum due on ac-
count of rents for the lands and buildings
occupied by the diplomatic and consular
representatives of the United States to
Japan,
received from House, 8700 ; referred, 8761.
bill (H. R. No. 2798) to release the Gov-
ernment of Japan from the payment of
the balance of the, remaining unpaid,
amounting to $376,000, under the con-
vention of October 22, 1864.
received from House, 4009 ; referred, 4010.
Indiana, bill (8. No. 616) to release to the
State of, the lands known as the bed of
Beaver lake in Newton county, in said
S«ate — [By Mr. Logan,]
reported, 907 ; discussed, 1848; passed,
1362 ; passed House with amendment,
2909 ; conference, 2056, 2992 ; conference
report, no agreement, 4010 ; new confer-
ence, 4010, 4109, 4146.

Indian Affairs, the Committee on 42, 1625

instructions to 237

reports from 645, 817,

978, 1035, 1112, 1226, 1557, 1768, 1820,
1881, 1983, 1864, 2248, 2285, 2485, 2524,
2797. 2967, 8056, 3122, 8246, 3275, 3352,
3542, 3548, 8769, 3870, 4142, 41b3, 4301

adverse reports from 952,

2011, 2164, 8246,8274

discharged from subjeets 646,

1700,2681.8471,8767



Digitized by



Google



LXX



INDEX TO SENATE PROCEEDINGS.



Indian depMrtment, bill (H. R. No. 1102]
making appropriations for the current and
contingent expenses of tbei and for fnl-
filling treaty stipulations with yarious
Indiaa tribes for the year ending June 80,
1878.
received from the House, 816; referred,
817 f reported, 1018; amendmenta, 1589,
1666, 1759, 1888, 1966, (called'up, 2044,)
2063; discusoed, 2068, 2070, 2091, 2098,
(called up, 2167,) 2187, 2264, (oalled up,
2298,) 2823; passed with amendmenu,
2387 ; agreed to by House with amend-
ments, 8147 ; conference, 8179 ; confer^
ence report, 8488; concurred in by the
Senate, 8598 ; by the House 8641 ; en-
rolled, 8897.
remarks by —

Mr. Blair 2064, 2066, 2096,

2190, 2200, 2264, 2326, 2381, 2382

Mr. Buckingham 2190, 2267

Mr. Caldwell 1888, 2099,

2100, 2188, 2189, 2190, 2191, 2192

Mr. Cole 1018,

2068, 2064, 2065, 2066, 2067,
2068, 2069, 2070, 2071, 2091, 2092,
2096, 2097, 2098, 2099, 2100, 2187,

2188, 2189, 2190, 2191, 2192, 2193,
. 2194, 2196, 2201, 2202, 2208, 2204,

2265, 2266, 2267, 2268, 2269, 2298,
2324, 2325, 2328, 2330. 2881, 2332,
2334, 2336, 2387, 8179, 3488, 8598

Mr, Corbeit 2068, 2069, 2070,

2190, 2198, 2208, 2267, 2830, 2836

Mr. Edmunds. 2045, 2092,

2098, 2094, 2095, 2096, 2099, 2100,
2167, 2189, 2190, 2191, 2192, 2193,

2194, 2195, 2199, 2202, 2208, 2267,
2326. 2329, 2880, 2881, 2382, 3483

Mr. Frehughuysen 2264, 2268

Mr. Harlan 1589, 1759, 1966,

2064, 2065, 2066, 2067, 2068, 2069,
2070, 2071, 2072, 2091, 2092, 2098,
2096, 2097, 2098, 2099, 2167, 2168,

2189, 2192, 2198, 2194, 2200, 2201,
2202, 2208, 2204, 2268; 2324, 2325,
2326, 2327. 2332, 2336, 2337, 8283

Mr. Hill 2097, 2334, 2387

Mr. Hitchcock 2063,

2070, 2268, 2269, 2323, 2324, 23*25

Mr. Howe 2194, 2195,

2200, 2381, 2332, 2335, 2336, 2337

Mr. Logan 2201, 2265

Mr. Morrill, of Maine 2072, 2091,

2097, 2099, 2100, 2192, 2196,

2197, 2198, 2201, 2266, 2268,
2269, 2325, 2330, 2331, 2332,
2333, 2334, 23^5, 2336, 2337

Mr. Morrill, of Vermont 2069,

2097, 2098, 2099, 2100

Mr. Nye 2327, 2328, 2383, 2334

Mr. Pomeroy...2064, 2066, 2071, 2091,

2098, 2098, 2099, 2100, 2167,
2188, 2189, 2190, 2191, 2192,
2193, 2194, 2198, 2200, 2201,
2202, 2266, 2267, 2268, 2269,
23*24, 2325, 2330, 2331, 2337

Mr. Pratt 2*200, 2201

Mr. Bamsey 1666,

1759, 2093, 2094, 2095, 2096,

2097, 2190, 2191, 2194, 2200,
2*208, 2266, 2326, 2327, 2330,
2831, 2883, 2334, 2335, 2336

Mr. Robertson 2068, 2069,

2072, 2096, 2097, 2098, 2100,
2167, 2168, 2189, 2191, 2192,

2198, 2200, 2201, 2825, 2326
Mr. Sawyer 2208,

2264, 2265, 2266, 2298, 2336

Mr. Sherman 2337

Mr. Stevenson 2298,

2326, 23*28, 2329, 2330, 2836
Mr. Stewart 2071, 2072,

2098, 2195, 2198, 2199, 23*28,
2329, 2330, 2332, 2335, 8483

Mr. Thorroan 2193, 2194,

2195, 2197, 2198, 2260, 2*201, 2208,
2204, 2882, 2888, 2884, 2885, 2886



Indian department, bill (H. R. No. 1192)-**
Continued.
remarks by —

Mr. Windom....: 2064, 2098,

2094, 2095, 2096, ^265, 2266, 2334

Mr. Wright 2*201,

2202, 2264, 2266, 2267, 2837

yeas and nays on the 2070, 2092,

2096, 2097, 2098, 2100, 2198, 2200,
2201, 2267, 2826, 2828, 2880, 2382
Indian hostilities, bill (S. No. 511) to amend
an act to provide for the payment of ex-
penses incurred by the Territories of Wash-
ington and Oregon in the suppression of,
therein in the years 1855 and 1856,
approved March 21, 1861— [By Mr.
(S)rbett]
referred, 484; reported, 2456; discussed,

8770.
bill (S. No. 46) to enable the Secretary
of War to pay the expenses incurred
in supprQSsinff, in the Territory of
Montana in the year 1867 — [By Mr.
Pomeroy. ]
reported, 817; read, 8546.
Indian lands. Black Bob, bill (S. No. 620) for
the sale of the, in Kansas — [By Mr. Win-
dom.]
referred, 907 ; reported, 8246 ; passed, 8548.
Cherokee, bill (8. No. 625) to carry out
certain provisions of the Cherokee
treaty of 1866, and for the relief of
settlers on the, in Kansits — [By Mr.
Pomeroy. ]
referred, 958.

bill (H. R. No. 1496) to carry ont certain
provisions of the Cherokee treaty of
1866, and for the relief of settlers
on the, in Kansas,
received from Honse, 2286 : read, 2297 ;
referred, 2S18 ; reported and report
withdrawn, 2485 ; reported, 2797 ; dis-
cussed, 2834 ; passed, 2885 ; enrolled,
2992.
Cherokee neutral, bill (S. No. 558) for the
relief of actual settlers upon the, in
Kansas — [By Mr. Pomeroy.]
referred, 696.

bill (S. No. 652) declaratory of the righU
of settlers upon the, in Kansas under
existing laws — [By Mr. Blair.]
referred, 1068.
Kansas, bill fS. No. 846) for the appraise-
ment ana sale of the, in Kansas — [By
Mr. Pomeroy.]
referred, 47 ; reported, 1557.
Miami, bill (S. No. 40) in relation to Ihe, in



Online LibraryUnited States. CongressThe congressional globe → online text (page 21 of 109)