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House, 8679 ; enrolled, 8646.
remarks by —

Mr. Anthony 2962, 2963, 2970

Mr. CaldweU 2976, 2978

Mr. Casserly 2846,

2846, 2976, 2977, 2978, 2979

Mr. Cole 2843, 2844,2846,

2846, 2926, 2961, 2962, 2964, 2965,
2976, 2977, 2978, 2982, 8432, 3541

Mr. Conkling 2846,

2925, 2961, 2968, 2964, 2965,
2978,2974,2976,2981, 2988

Mr. Cragin 2466, 2524, 2961, 2962,

2963, 2964, 2966, 2969, 2970, 2971,
2972, 2978, 2974, 2977, 2978, 2979

Mr. Edmunds 2631, 2843,2844,

2961, 2962, 2967, 2968, 2969,

2970, 2971, 2972, 2975, 2976,

2977, 2978, 2980, 2981, 2988

Mr. Ferry, of Connecticut.....2968, 2969

Mr. FrelinghnyBen......2966, 2970, 2971

Mr. HamUn „ ..2846,

2962, 2963, 2977, 2978

Mr. Morrill, of Vermont 2844,2976

Mr. Morton 2844,

2846, 2968, 2971, 2973, 2975

Mr. Nye ...2977, 2979

Mr. Pomeroy 2846, 2962

Mr. Ramsey ....» 2681

Mr. Rice 2976,2977

Mr. Sawyer 2761»j2d44, 2846



Naval service, bill (H. E. No: 1101)-**^<Pbek
iinued.
remarks by —

Mr. ScoU «.2846

Mr. Spencer ^ V..2846

Mr. Stevenson 2968. 2964,^2905,

29G6, 2968, 2975. 2976, 2978^ 2979

Mr. S>ockton...l256,. 2845, 296a. 2964,

2966, 2966, 2976, 2977, 297S, 2079

Mr. Trumbull 2962, 2963,

2964, 2967, 2969, 2970, 2071, 2W2,
2978, 2974, 2977, 2979, 2980, -2981

Mr. West 2^6, 2978, 2988

Mr. Wilson 2821,

2843, 2844, 2977, 2979, 2980, 2981
Naval surgeons, resolution in refereooe to the
promotion of— [By Mr. Viekers, January
16, 1872.]
agreed to, 426.
Navigator's Island, resolution in reference to
a protectorate over — [By Mr. Cole, May
18, 1872.]
agreed to, 3362.
Navy, bill (S. No. 891) regulating promotion,-
employment, and pay in tW— [By Mr.
Anthony.]
referred, 120.

resolution for printing two thonsand copiea
of the report of tbe Secretary of the —
[By Mr. Anthony, December 20, 1872.]
agreed to, 234 ; rescinded, 888.
. Senate concurrent resolution for printing
report of the Secretary of the— [By Mr.
Anthony, January 10, 1872]
agreed to, 888.
bill (S. No. 465) allowing oatfit and yearly
allowance of clothing to the petty offi-
cers, seamen, ordinary seamen, lands-
men, musicians, boys, macliini»t8, fire-
men, and coal-heavers of the — [By
Mr. Scoit]
referred, 380.
, bill (S. No. 696) to €ix the pay of certaio
rear admirals on the retii^ list of the—
[By Mr. Cragin.]
referred, 840; reported, 962; pass^,
3864; passed House, 4109; eoroUedi
4167; approved, 4264.
bill (S. No. 768) for relief of certain officers
in the United States — [By Ms. Amei.]
referred, 1413.
bill (S. No. 848) for the rednetion of
the number and grades of officers of
the— [By Mr. Cragin.]
referred, 1849.
bill (H. R. No. 2068) authonsing the nom*
ination and appointment to tbe retired
list of the, of certain volunteers on the
active list of the, who are disabled in
consequence of wounds received dnrinf
the late war.
received from House, 1894; relerred,
1936: reported, 2820; passed, 8868.
bill (S. No. 864) for the relief of certain
officers of the — [By Mr. Cragin.]
reported and passed, 1987 ; pasaed Honsa
with an:endment, 3807; conourred in,
8807; enrolled, 8894; approved, 8949.
bill (S. No. 897) in regud to the commence*
ment of increased pay to promoted
officers in the — [By Mr. Antl^y.]
referred, 2059 ; reported aod passed, 2119 ;
passed House, 4109 ; enrolled, 4167 1
approved, 4264.
bill (8. No. 1100) to repeal eerCain ptrovis-
ions of the laws of the United States
relating to advancement in tbe — [By
Mr. Anthony.]
referred, 8276 ; reported, 8678.
Navy and Marine corps — see MaaHnu CbvjMl.
Navy Department, calls for informatien upon
the^...l3, 206, 286, 1848, 2681,8174, 8274

communications from tbe , 44,

480, 1622, 1588, 1986, 8416, 8769
on the merits of Gorman 4 8iegfiiHi*«

process of tempering steel 2845

recommending the parchase of two special

trial guns 2962

in reference to aales of TeaMiflj ^...2966



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INDEX TO SENATE PROCEEDINGS.



LXXXVII



Nftvy Department— CtMiiinv^
rMOlQtion inqniriDg what assistance has
been rendered by the, in porsuanee of
an aet to fitciliiate telegraphic commn-
nicationi ftc. — [By Mr. Morrill, of
Maine, April 22, 1872.]
•greed to, 2631.
Navy pension fund, bill (S. No. 162) to
retbnd certain moneys now standing to
Ibe oreditof the— [By Mr. Pratt.]
reported, 2285.
Navy -yard at Brooklyn, Honse conenrrent
resolution lor ibe appointment of a com-
mission to examine and report upon the
propriety of removing the.
referred, 8911; reported, 8987, 4402.
NebnMka, bill (S. No. 606) granting lands to
certain institntioos in the State of— [By
Mr. Hitchcock.]
referred, 484.

bill (S. No. 629) to extend the provisions
of an act to enable the State of Arkan-
sas and other States to reclaim the
swamp lands within their limits to the
State of— [By Mr. Hitchcock.]
referred, 963.
Neile, Elisabeth 0., bill (H. B. No. 2404)
graminff a pension to.
received trom House, 2724 ; referred, 2726 ;
repofied and poMed, 8637; enrolled,
8646.
Nelson, Margaret, bill (9. No. 1119^ granting
a pension to — [By Mr. Edmonos.]
reported, 8678; passed, 4087; passed the
House, 4866 ; enrolled, 4417 ; improved,
4476.
Nevada, bill (S. No. 628) to continae in force
a grant to the State of, for college par-
poses— [By Mr. Nye.]
referred, 646 ; reported, 817 ; passed, 1177 ;
passed the Bouse, 1417 ; enrolled, 1461 ;
approved, 1768.
bill (S. No. 1089) to reimburse the State of,
A)r expenses incurred, while a Terri-
tory, in the purchase of a prison and in
support of United States courts — [By
Mr. Davis, of West Virginia.]
reported, 8246; passed, 4194; passed
Honse, 4479 ; eorolled, 4481 ; approved,
4MI.
bill (H. R. No. 2868) to extend to the State
of, the benefit of an act to enable the
Stote of Arkansas and other States to
reclaim the swamp lands within their
limits,
received from House, 8772 ; referred,
8807; reported, 8891.
.reeolntion calUng lor a report on the explo-
rations in, and Arizona — [By Mr. Nye,
March 7, 1872.]
agreed to, 1490.
Newcomer. J. T;, bill (H. B. No. 2806) for
the relief oL
received from the Honse, 8641: referred,
8647.
New Hampshire, bill (S. No. 978) for adjust-
ing the claims of the State of— [By Mr.
Patterson.]
referred, 2466 ; reported, 8816 ; discussed,

8700..
remarks by-
Mr. Cragin .• 8701

Mc l>9,yfi$t of. West Virginia 8701

Mr. Morton 8701

Mr. Patterson 8700, 8701

Mr. Pomcroy 8701

Mr. Saulsbnry 8701

Mr. Scott ....8701

Mr. Thn^man 8701

New Mexico, the Territory of, bill (8. No.
942) enabling claimants to lands within
the limits of, to institute proceedini^s
to try the validity of their claims — [By
Mr.TmmbnU.]
yeforred 2249

bill (S. 'No. 1061) to establish a southern
transportation eompany in, and Colo-
rado— [By Mr. Cragin*]
referred, 12960, . .



New Mexico, the Territory of—Contintiedy
bill (S. No. 1084) authorizing Samuel Wat-
rons and others to have their rights to
certain land in, adjudicated in the proper
courts — [By Mr. Sawyer.]
referred, 8173.
Nichman, John, bill (H. R. No. 1802) grant-
ing a pension to.
received from House, 28i3 ; referred, 2848.
Nixon, William, for the relief of, of West
Virginia — [By Mr. Boreman.]
referred, 621 ; reported, 888 ; passed, 1268;
passed Honse, 8641 ; enrolled, 8648, 8696 ;
approved, 8772.
Nixon, William G., bill (S. No. 1080) con-
ferring jurisdiction upon the Court of
Claims to hear and Getermine the claim
of— [By Mr. Spencer.]
referred, 8099.
Noah P. Sprague, bill (S. No. 1171) to grant
an American register to the Canadian tug,
and to the ship Alhambra — [By Mr.
Chandler.]
reported, 8987.
Nock, Joseph, bill (S. No. 1096) for the relief
of— [By Mr. Wright.]
referred, 8247 ; printed, 8678.
Nolan, John, bill (H. B. No. 2496) granting
a pension to.
received from Honse, 2768; referred, 2764.
Norman, John H., bill (H. R. No. 2906) for
the relief of, and Samuel Facer, of San-
dusky, Ohio,
receivea from House, 8869 ; referred, 8888.
North Carolina, case of Hon. Joseph C. Ab-
bott, claiming seat as a Senator from,
adverse report in the, 1266 ; notice. 1769,
1966, 2060, 2869; minority resolution,
2360; discussed, 2887, 2481, 2089, 2676;
adverse report ogreed to, 2676 ; resolu-
tion to pay salary and mileage agreed to,
2724.
Norton's post-marking and postage-canceliog
hand-s(amps, bill (S. No. 1077) referring
to the United States Court of Claims for
adjudication and determination a claim for
the entire past and future use of— [By
Mr. Gilbert.]
referred, 8066.
Norton's type- wheel dating, and printing-
machine, bill (S. No. 1078) referring to
the United States Court of Claims a claim
for the use of, also the dating and cancel-
ing hand-stamp — [By Mr. Gilbert.]
referred, 8066 ; reported, 8470.
Norwood, Thomas N., a Senator from Geor-
gia, credentials of, presented, 1; re-
ferred, 66.
resolution in fkvor of— [By Mr. Carpenter,
December 18, 1871.]
reported 171 ; agreed to, 211 ; Mr. Nor

wood sworn in.. 211

petitions presented by 402,

867, 961,1206, 1758, 2247
bills introduced by —
No. 482 — to remove the political disabili-
ties of William B. Fleming and Richard

H. Clark, of Georgia 405

No. 680 — to plaoe Thomas Eden, a sol-
dier of the war of 1812, on the pension-
list 958

No. 688— to remove the legal and polit-
ical disabilities of John O. FerriU, of

Georgia. .*.... -, 978

No. 90^— for the relief of Harriet Spring,
the heir of Captain Williams Barker,

deceased ...». 2088

No. 1146— granting aid to the Atlantic

and Great Western canal 8763

report made by 2088

incidental remarks by 755, 1210,

2036, 2921, 8646, 3606, 3892,. 4141, 4291
remarkson the amnesty and civil rights bill

(H. R. No. 880) 818,

821, 872, 877, 923, 926, 926, 928
on the bill to prohibit the issue of notes

as currency in certain cases 1178

on the bill to further the administration
of jttsUee .....^2492,2493



Norwood, Thomas N., a Senator from QeoT'
g\&— Continued,
remarks on the Post Office appropriation

bill 3026, 8108, 8121

on the bill in reference to the election

for presidential electors in Louisiana,

8282, 3287

on the enforcement bill (S. No. 791 ), 8322,

3323, 3330

on the bill for the settlement of the claim

of the late Admiral Dahlgren. ......3376

on the bill to amend the steamboat law,

8439, 4310, 4311

on the bill extending the enforcement

act 3686, 8714, 3716, 8727

on tbe civil rights bill (3. No. 1141),

3783, 3784
on the supplemental apportionment

bill 3768

on the civil appropriation bill ..4164,

4258, 4260, 4268, 4267, 4374, 4397
on the bill to prevent cruelty to animals in

transit by railroad 4286

on the order of busioess 4280, 4508

on the bill to remove disabilities (S. No.

1163) 4400,4497

on the charges against Senator Clay-
ton 4498

Notes, bill (S. No. 689) to prohibit the issue
and use of, or bills as currency in certain
cases — FBy Mr. Sherman.]
reported, 839 ; called up, 979 ; passed, 1178.
bill (S. No. 323) to authorize compound-in-
terest, as a substitute for legal-tender
notes — [By Mr. Sumner.] ^

read, 3 ; referred, 42, 43 ; reported ad-
versely, 1786.
bill (S. No. 688) to amend an act to provide
for the redemption of the three per cent,
temporary loan certificates and for an
increase of national bank, approved
July 12, 1870— [By Mr. Sherman.]
reported, 839; discussed, 890; passed,
891.
Nurses, women, bill (8. No. 778) to provide
for the payment of, during the war — [By
Mr. Wilson.]
referred, 1526; reported, 1624; passed,
2288.
Nyce, Margaret, bill (H. R. No. 2114) grant-
ing a pension to.
received from Honse, 1949 ; passed^ 1949 ;
enrolled, 2023 ; explanations, 2320.

Nye, James W., a Senator from Nevada 1

petitions presented by 168, 480,

815, 1164, 1412, 2082, 2758, 8415, 3889
bills introduced by —

No. 348— to provide for the irrigation of
the Bear River valley, in Utah Terri-
tory 47

No. 456— to amend an act to authorize
protection to be given to citizens of the
United States who may discover depos-
its of guano, approved August 18,

1866:. .338

No. 470 — authorizing an increase of Uni-
ted States mail steamship service be-
tween San Francisco and China... ...406

No. 516— -authorizing the construction of
a railroad from Ptoche, Nevada, to the
Utah Central railroad, in Utah Terri-
tory 484

No. 628 — to continue in force a grant to
the State of Nevada for college pur-
poses ..646

No. 644— granting right of way over the
public domain, and confirming corpor*
ate powers to certain railroad companies
incorporated under the laws of tbe Ter-
ritory of Colorado... 668

No. 709 — to close the accounts of H. £).
De Russy, late colonel corps of engin-
eers, deceased... 1490

No. 771 — for incorporating the United

States Metallurgical Company 1526

No. 786— providing for the erection of a
building for the use of the courts and
offices of the United States iu the State
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Nye, James W., a Senator from NeTada—

Continued.

bilU introduced by —

No. 786 — fixing the salaries of the district

attorney and the marshal of the United

States for the district of Nevada. ...1557

No. 851 — to empower C. 0. Shepherd,

charg6 d'affaires at Japan, to draw his

salary as such officer 1888

No. 976 — to incorporate the Western Land

Improvement Company 2429

No. 1068— to provide for the appointment
of secretary of legation at the Court of

Japan 2995

No. 1091-— to aid in the construction of
the Nevada Central railroad, in the

State of Nevada 8247

No. 1114 — to repeal section fourteen of an
act making appropriations for sundry
civil expenses of the Government for

the year ending^ June 80, 1871 8415

concurrent resolution submitted by —
for printing additional copies of the re-
connoissance of Arizona and Nevada —

[April 26, 1872] 2798

resolutions submitted by —

to pay the funeral expenses, &c., of John

C. jBurch, deceasea, late Journal Clerk

of the Senate— [December 11, 1871], 48

calling for a report on the explorations

in Nevada and Arizona — [March 7,

1872] 1490

for printing additional copies of the recon-
noissance of Arizona and Nevada —

[April 26, 1872] 2798

reiforU made by 952, 1450, 2674, 2797,

8178, 8362, 8768, 3987, 4183, 4184, 4402

incidental remarks by 48,

61, 406, 839, 1177, 1281, 1390, 1485, 1625,
1691, 1894, 2867, 2910, 2967, 2958, 2969,
2985, 8018, 8019,8177, 8867, 8369, 8416,
8648, 3727, 3869, 8891, 3918, 3914, 4086,
4801, 4302, 4310, 4312, 4356, 4403, 4502
remarks on the resolution providing for pay-
ment of funeral expenses of the late

John C. Burch 85

on the resolutions to create a Committee
of Investigation and Retrenchment,

125, 126
on the amnesty and civil rights bill (H. R.

No. 880) 276, 278, 280, 281, 494, 495,

708, 705, 707, 871, 910, 911, 919, 926
on the bill to admit Japanese youths to the

Military Academy 831, 832

on the bill relating to the overland mails,

1153, 1154
on the resolution to inquire into the sales

of arms.. 1182, 1210

(See Appendix.)

on the legislative appropriation bill, 1828,
1426, 1592, 1593, 1694, 1595, 1645

on the order of business 1660, 1668,

2762, 2763, 2910, 2960, 3057, 3807,
. 8811, 3894, 3913, 4182, 4307, 4418
on the resolution in regard to recommend-
ations for office ^ 1626

on the Chicago relief bill (H. R. No. 555),

1797, 1828
on Piedmont and Potomac Railroad Com-
pany bill..... 2124,

2125, 2130, 2131, 2132, 2133,

2136. 2136, 2160, 2161, 2162

on the bill to estaolish tne pay of enlisted

men in the Army... 2292

on the Indian appropriation bill 2327,

2328, 2333, 2884
on the consular and diplomatic appropria-
tion bill 2362, 23632364,2429,2480

personal and explanatoiy.. 2429, 2430

on the Australian mail line bill 2465,

2466,2470,2471,2472,2478
on the deficiency appropriation bill, 2764,

2779, 2817
on the bill to regulate elections in Wash-
ington and Idaho 2797,

2960,2961,8019,8178
on the bill in reference to railroads in

Dakota 8888

on the naval appropriation bill, 2977, 2979



Nye, James W., a Senator from Nevada —

ConHnued.

remarks on Post Office appropriation bill,

8020, 3084, 8059, 8060, 8061, 8108, 8110,

3114, 8115, 8116, 8118, 8119, 8120 8187,

3189, 8140, 8144, 8145, 8146, 8147, 8178

on the bill to seoure eoual rights in the

public schools of WaMington 8057,

8124, 8125

on the bill for the removal of disabilities
(H. R. No. 1060) 8258, 8262

on the enforcement bill (S. No. 671), 8860

on bill for relief of 6. C. Bestor. 8869, 8370

on the bill for the settlement ot the claim
of the Itte Admiral Dahlgren 8872

on the bill authorizing terms of the Uni-
ted States court in the Indian ter-
ritory 8416, 8417, 3418

on the Baltimore and Potomac railroad
bill...8494, 8499, 8600, 8501, 8504, 8587

on the postal telegraph bill 8554,

8555, 8556, 8557

on the bill to establish a western judicial
district of North Carolina 8867

on the tariff and tax bill...8908, 8909, 3914,
8917, 8960, 4015, 4018, 4041, 4048, 4052,
4054, 4056, 4057, 4058, 4085, 4086, 4087

on the civil appropriation bilL 4089,

4164, 4840, 4391, 4892, 4398

on the great Salt Lake and Colorado rail-
road bill 4162, 4168, 4164

on the Washington and Point Lookout
railroad bilL 4282

on the bill in reference to the military
reservation at Camp Mohave 4502



0,



certain



Oath, bill (H. R. No. 2779) to repea
statutes prescribing an, of office,
reoeived from House, 8541 ; referred, 8572 ;
reported, 8767.
O'Donald, Mary, bill (H. R. No. 2518) grant-
ing 1^ pension to.
received from House, 2768 ; referred, 2764.
O'Donnell, P., bill (S. No. 1085) for the
relief of— [By Mi. Sawyer.]
referred, 8178.
Offenses, bill (H. R. No. 188) to extend time
in which certain, may be prosecuted,
received from House, 726; referred^ 758;

reported, 1176.
bill (S. No. 848) further to provide for the
punishment of, committed in the dis-
trict of Alaska— [By Mr. Trumbull.]
referred, 1820.
Office, resolution calling for information in
regard to recommendations to, by Sena-
ators from certain States — [By Mr. Conk-
ling, February 26, 1872.]
discussed, 1207, 1227, 1256; amendment,
1625; called up, 1624; discussed, 1625,
(called up, 1758,) 1759; agreed to, 1768.
remarks by —

Mr. Carpenter. 1525, 1626

Mr. Conkling 1207, 1208,

1209, 1227, 1228, 1266, 1624,
1625, 1626, 1627, 1628, 1629,
1758, 1760, 1761, 1762, 1768

Mr. Edmunds 1227, 1760

Mr. Fenton 1628» 1759, 1760

Mr. Ferry, of Connecticut. «...1208,

1227, 1628, 1629

Mr. Frelinghuysen 1525, 1768

Mr. Hamlin 1625, 1627

Mr. Hill 1761, 1762, 1763

Mr. Logan.. 1208, 1626, 1627, 1628

Mr. Morton 1209, 1628, 1762

Mr. Nye....,..„ 1626

Mr. Sawyer „....1207, 1227

Mr. Schurz ;..1208, 1227

Mr. Sherman 1626, 1760

Mr. Sumner 1208, 1762, 1763

Mr. Thurman 1761

Mr. Tipton.... 1208, 1228

Mr. Trumbull 1208,

1227, 1228, 1525, 1626, 1627,
1628, 1629, 1760, 1761, 1762

Mr. Wilson..... 1629

jeas and nays on the 4...17M» 1762



Officer's record. Army, bill (S. No. 867^
authorising the SecretSfry of War to cor-
rect an— [By Mr. Wright.]
referred, 1989; reported, 2485, 2560;
passed, 2560; passed House, 8248; en-
rolled, 3276.
bill (S. No. 1180) authorizing the SedMtary
of War to correct an — [By Mr. Howe.]
referred, 8687.
bill (S. No. 1181) Buthorisinj th« Secretary
of War to correct an— [By Mr. Wright.]
referred, 8687 ; reported, 3703.
Officers, bill (S. No. 840) fixing the salaries
of certain — [By Mr. Brown low.}
read, 86; referred, 42, 48; reported ad-
versely and indefinitely postponed, 889.
Inll (3. No. 842) to regulate the pay of com-
manding, in the Navy — [By Mr. Soottl
read, 36; referred, 42, 48; reported and
indefinitely postponed, 561.
bill (S. No. 407) to punish stook-mnbltng
by public— [By Mr. EdmundsT)
referred, 206; reported, 1178.
bill (S. No. 291) for the relief of the, and
crew of the United States ship Wyom-
ing— [By Mr. Morton.]
referred anew, 880; reported, 1128 ; read,
1784; recommitted, 2154; reported,
8584 ; report, 8686.
bill (8. No. 517) to anthorise assignments
of pay of Army, to life insuranoe compa-
nies— [By Mr. Wilson.]
referred, 485.
bill (S. No. 579) for the relief of the, aid
crew of the United Stiites steamer
Eearsarge — [By Mr. Morrill, of Maine.]
referred, 765; reported, 1112; passed,
1784 ; motion to reconsider, 1786.
bill (S. No. 611) to continue the aet to
authorize the settlement of the aeconats
of, of the Army and Navy— [By Mr.
Wilson.]
reported and passed, 891 ; passed House,
4167; enrolled, 4226; appfoved, 4846.
bill (S. No. 711) explanatory of a joint res-
olution approved July 11, 1870, amend-
atory of a joint resolution fbr the relief
of certain, of the Army, approved July
26, 186^— [By Mr. Rice.]
referred, 1207 ; reported, 1849; distessed,

2290 ; passed, 2291. '

remarks by —

Mr. Edmunds 1849, 2290, 2291

Mr. Morton 2290

Mr. Rice 1207-

Mr. West i.. 1849, 2290, 2291

yeas and nays on the 2291

bill (8. No. 758) for the relief of eeftann,
in the United States Navy— [By Mr.
Ames.]
referred, 1418.
bill (S. No. 767) to authorize the appoint-
ment of certain, in the quartcrma^r's
depaitoient— [By Mr. Ijogan.]
reported and passed, 1449 ; passed House
with amendment, 4000 ; referred, 4010;
reported, 4086; ooncnrred in, 4129;
enrolled, 4167 ; approved, 4882.
remarks by —

Mr. Conkling ...1449

Mr. Logan 1449, 4086

Mr. Scott ......1449

Mr. Sherman 1449, 4010

Mr. Thurjnan ......1449

bill (S. No, 848) for the reduction of the
number and gradesof, ofihe i^avy — [By
Mr. Cragin.J
referred, 1849.
bill (S. No. 854) for the relief of eertain^
of the Navy— [By Mr. Cragin.]
reported and passed, 1987 ; pasited House
with amendment, 8807; concurred in,
8807; enrolled, 8894; approved, 8949.
bill (S. No. 897) in regard to the commence-
ment of increased pay to promoted, in
the Navy— [By Mr. Anthony.]
referred . 2059 ; reported and passed^ 2119 ;
passed House, 4109; enrolled, 4167;
approved, 4254.

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Offieera— Cbn^'tMced
biU (H. B. No, 2206) for the relief of the,
and ore# of the United States steamer
JLi(9flVBaive«

received uom House, 2268; diseussed,
2297 ; pasaed, 2298.
joial ftsatotiofi (3. R. No. 6) permitting
certtfib ootifalar and diplomatic, of the
Uaited Btittes in France to accept testi-
nanials from the emperor of Germany
for their friendly serrices to the snb-
ieclB of the emperor dnrin^ the war
Mtween Franoe and Germany — [By Mr.
Cameron.]

referred, 2466 ; reported, 2984 : discussed,
8987.
biU (S. No. 102e).for the relief orf the, and
crew of the United States ship Vicfcs-
barg— [By Mr. Gragin.l

ireferred, 2724; reported, 2968: passed,
8S68.
bill (H. R. No. 2697) relatiye to retired, of
the Afiiiy.

received nrom Haose, 8248; referred,
8272; reported and discnssed, 4866;
passed with amendment, 4866 ; con-
curred in, 4448; enrolled, 4494.

temarks by-
Mr. Edmnnds 4866

Mr. Morrill, of Maine 4866

Mr. TmmbnU 4866, 4866

Mr. Witeon 4866, 4866

bill (H. R. No. 1028) to amend an act re-
latiiig to members of Oongress,' heads
of I>epartments, and other, of the Got-
emmeat, approved Jane 11, 1864.

received from Honse, 8478; referred,
8490; reported, 8767.
bill (H. R. No. 2774) to prevent certain, of
the United States and Territories from
practicinff as attorneys or solicitors in
courts of the United States in certain



received from Honse, 3478; referred,
8490 ; reported, 8762.
bill (H. R. No. 1121) to grant a pecaniary
allowance to the ftmllies of aiplomatic
and consnlar^ who die abroad,
received from Honse, 8761; referred,
8761.
bill (H. B. No. 2876) to prevent the em-
ployment of, on the retired list,
received from Honse, 8813; referred,
8816.
bill (H. R. No. 2988) to extend the pro-
visions of the twenty-fiflh section oi the
act making appropriations for the sup-
port of the Army, ^., approved Jnly
16, 1870, to the relatives of deceased,
and soldiers,
received from Honse, 4600; referred,
4608.
Offices, bili (H. R. No. 2682) to provide for
filling vacancies in certain, in the several
Territories,
received from Honse, 2992; referred, 8017 ;
reported and passed with amendment,
4188 ; concurred in, 4286; enrolled, 4846.
bill (H. R. No. 908) to repeal the several
acts relating U> the tenure of civil,
received from House, 3478; referred,
8490k
O'Hara, Armstrong, bill (H. R. No. 2681)



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