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gard to the presentation of ^ [By Mr.
Sherman, February 5, 1872.]
referred, 818; reported, 1390; discnssed,

1558.
fiKim foreigners, qnestion of the reception

of, discussed.. <.... .^;.».. .....878

Petrie, Mary, bill (H. R. No. 2507) granting a
pension to.
received from HoQse, 2768 ; referred, 2764. -
Phelps A Oo.,rHarK)wJ,, bill (S. No. 466) for
the relief of— [By Mr. Kellogg.]
referred, 405; reported adversely and in-
definitely postponed, 1964.
bill (H. R. No. 2787) for the relief of.
received; from Honse, 8641; referred,
8647.
Phelps, John W., bill (H. R. No. 2898) for
the relief of; of Vermont,
received from House, 8869 ; referred, 8888 ;
leportad and paiaod, 4192 ; enrolled, 4846.

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INDEX TO SENATE PROCEEDINGS.



Photographs, bill (H. R. No. 1200) to proTide
for the admission of paintings, statuary,
and, for exhibition free of dntj.
received from House, 1066 j referred, 1066 ;
reported and passed with amendment,
1226; agreed to by the Senate, 1282;
enrolled, 1868.
Pickel, Rufiis M., bill (S. No. 408) for the
relief of— [By Mr. Harlan.]
referred, 169 ; reported, 8763 ; passed, 4194 ;
Daesed the Hoaee, 4401 ; enrolled, 4416 ;
approved, 4476.
Pickens, William G., bill (H. R. No. 1064) to
amend an act granting a pension to.
received from Honse, 2724; referred, 2726;
reported adversely and indefinitely post-
poned, 2984.
Pickett, James C, biU (H. R. No. 2669) au-
thorizing the proper acconntins officers
• of the Treasury to revise and i^just the
accounts of, late charg6 d'affaires to Peru,
received from Honse, 2848^ referred, 2848 ;
reported and report withdrawn, 4264, 4884.
Fierce, Alfred D., bill (S. No. 688) ibr the-
relief of, postmaster at Somerville, Ottawa
connly, Kansas — [By Mr. Caldwell.]
referred, 606; reported, 907; passed, 4188;
passed Honse, 4401; enrolled, 4417;
approved, 4476.
Pinkney, Dr. Ninian, bill (S. No. 1108) to ^x
the position of, on the Navy Raster — [By
Mr. Tickers.]
read, 8274.
Plates, bill (S. No. 676) granting to James D.
Dana the use of certain — [By Mr. Morrill,
of Maine. 1
reported and passed, 1128; passed House,
1182; enrolled, 1228: approved, 1416.
Plattsburg, New York, bill (H. R. No. 2868)
authorizing the Secretary of War to re-
lease twenty-five acres of the lands of
the United States at, to the New York
and Canada Railroad Company, and for
other purposes,
received from House, 8772; referred. 8806 ;
reported and passed with assenament,
4261 ; agreed to, 4846: enrolled, 4402.
Pledger, John A., bill (8. No. 694) to relieve,
of Tyrrel county. North Carotins, and
others, from \mA and political disabil*
ities— [By Mr. PooL]
referred, 1177.
Plow, bill (S.No. 1007) fbr the reUef of the
heirs of Jethro Wood, the inventor of the
modern — [By Mr. Fenton.]
referred, 2661.
PlunkeU, George, bill (H. R. No. 486) to
authorize the President to appoint a pay-
master in the Navy.
reported, 1819; discussed, 1951; passed,

1968 ; enrolled, 2028.
remarks by —

Mr. Alcorn ...1961, 1962

Mr. Anthony..... 1962

Mr. Cfagiii ... « ..1962

Mr. Ferry, of Michigan, 1819, 1961, 1962

Mr. Morton -.1962

Mr. Spencer .,1961, 1962

Mr. Stockton 1962

Mr. Trumbull -. 1961, 1962

yeas and nays on the ^...1962

Pnenmatie tube road, bill (S. No. 888) to
authorize the construction of a, between
the cities of New York and New Or-
leans— [By Mr. Wilson.]
nferred, 2012.
Political disabilities— see DisabUiHes.
Polygamy, bill (S. No. 826) to aid in the
execution of the laW againit, and to pre*
vent that crime in the Territory of
Utah— [By Mr. Cragin.]
read, 8 ; referred, 42, 48 ; reported and recom-
mitted, 2867.
Pomeroy, Samuel C. , a Senator from Kansas.. . 1

petitions presented by .168, 288,

294, 811, 402, 424, 619, 644, 662, 722,
888, 961, 1006, 1108, 1128, 1164, 1206,
1346, 1888, 1487, 1664, 1880, 1967, 2068,
2716, 8008, fiaSl, 8762, 4084, 4188,4461



Pomeroy, Samuel C, a Senator from Ejui-

sas — Oontinued.
bills introduced by —

No. 841 — to reduce the rates of corre-
spondence by telegraph, and to con-
nect the telegraph with the postal ser-
vice .....86

No. 84^— for the appraisement and sale
of the Kansas Indian lands, in the
State of Kansas 47

No. 847-^granting a pension to Sarah Mc-
Bnany 47

No. 886 — ^^rantins lands to aid in the
reclamation of desert lands In the Ter-
ritory of Utah 120

No. 887 — to incorporate the Bear River
and Cache Valley Canal Company, and
for a ^rant of lands to aid in the con-
struction of a canal fbr irrigation in
the Territories of Utah and Idaho... 120

No. 89S^— to set apart a certain tract of
land lying near Uie headwatars of the
Yellowstone river asapul^c park... 169

No. 428— for the relief of settlers on the
Osage lands in the State of Kan8a8...296

No. 429— supplementary to an act to aid
in the constimction of telegraph lines,
and to secure to the Government the
use of the same for postal and military
purposes, approved July24, 1866 296

No. 480— granting public lands to the
District of Columbia for the support
of public schools 296

No. 447 — to enable honorably discharged
soldiers and sailors, their widows and
orphan children, to acquire homesteads
on the public lands of the United
States 818

No. 460 — to secure homesteads to actual
settlers on the public domain 838

No. 622 — to provide for the sale of* the
lands of the United States containing
coal 622

No. 668 — for the relief of actual settlers
upon the Cherokee neutral lands in
Kansas 696

No. 671^— te attach a portion of the In-
dian territory to Kansas for judicial
purposes 766

No. 672— for the relief of 8. D. Houston,
late receiver of public moneys at Junc-
tion City, in the State of Kansas 766

No. 678— fbr therelief of J. A. Coffey, 766

No. 674— ^or the relinquishment of the
title of the United States to certain
lands therein named to N. B. Blan-
ton 766

No. 606^— to provide for the appointment
of a commission on the subject of pro-
hibitory legislation fbr the suppression
of intemperance 869

No. 619— to provide payment fbr depre-
dations committed by the whites upon
Shawnee Indians in the State of Kan*
sas 907

No, 626 — to carry out certain provisions
of the Cherokee treaty of 1866, knd for
the relief of settlers on the Cherokee
lands in the State of Kansas 968

No. 669 — to charter a railroad and tele-
graph company, and grant the right of
way through the pulnic lands for the
same 1118

No. 676 — to extend the time for the com-

Sletion of the Atebison, Topeka, and
ante F6 railroad 1128

No. 688— in relation to the absentee
Shawnee lands in Kansas 1129

No. 700— for the relief of William
Todd 1177

No. 718 — ^to authorize the Washington
dij and Point Lookout Railroad Com-
pany to extend a railroad into and
within the District of Columbia.... 1207

No. 718-^to reorganize the clerical force
of the General Land Office 1226

No. 719 — ^to expedite the transaction of
business in the General Land Office and
bring up the arrearages of work. ...1226



Pomeroy, Sftmuel C, a Senator from Kan-
sas — Continued,
bills introduced by —

No. 787— to incorporate the Great Salt
Lake and Colorado River railway, and
to grant to said company a right of
way through the public lands of the
United States « 1817

No. 808 — to provide for ascertaining and
settling private land claims in certain
States and Territories 1626

No. 880— to create a United States court
for the Indian territory 1768

No. 861 — ^to aid in settling the nnsur-
veyed and unoccupied lands on the
tributaries of the Colorado river of the
West 1989

No. 960— authorizing the Kansas Valley
National Bank of Topeka, in the State
of Kansas, to change ita name to the
First National Bank of Topeka.....2822

No. 961— establishing a United States
district court in the Indian territory,

2822

No. 998 — relating to the creation of new
land districte 2660

No. 1004 — to prohibit certain persons
fbom entering public lands» 2661

No. 1008— relating to the rank of offi-
cers in the Army 2696

No. 1022 — ^relating to the claim of John
B. Chapman 2716

No. 1076— supplementary to an act to
secure homesteads to actual settlers on
the public domain 8066

No. 1128 — to amend an act making appro-
priations for the support. of the Army
for the year ending June 80, 1872,
approved March 8, 1871 8699

No. 1126— for the relief of J. Frank
McDowell, formerly postmaster at Co-
lumbus, Kansas 8699

No. 1127— for the relief of Charles W.
Wiley 8699

No. 1129 — to establish certain post
routes ..8687

No. 1168 — to amend an act relating to
soldiers* and sailors' homesteads. ..8770
concurrent resolutions Submitted bv —

for printing Professor Hayden's report
of the United States geological survey
fbr 1870— [December 19, 1871] ... ...206

for printing with plates and maps the
final report of the United States geolo-

fical survey of Nebraska— [December
9, 1871] 206

for printing Professor Havden's report of
geological survey of Colorado and New
Mezicbfor 1869— [March 26, 1872],1964

for printing Professor Hayden's report
of the United States geological survey
of the Territories fbr 1871— [May 2,

1872] ^ 2986

resolutions submitted by — *

amending Rule 47, in regard to admissions
to the floor— [March 4, 1872] 1889

amending Rules 6 and 61 — [March 4,
1872] 1889

to inquire what action should be taken
in relation to certain charges against
the Senators from Kansas — [March 6,
1872] 1410

calling for information relating to
alleged outrages in the Cherokee
nation— [April 28, 1872] ...2674

rescinding resolution confining amend-
ments, &c., to the consideration of the
sundry civil appropriation bill — [June
4, 1872] 4219

to pay the clerks of the several stand-
ing committees for the month of

June— [June 7, 1872]... 4898

reports made by 484, 620,

817, 889, 907, 978, 1112, 1128, 1816,
1S89, 1890, 1668, 1700, 1820, 1882, 1962,
2088, 2184, 2186, 2248, 2286, 2367, 2386.
289S, 2429, 2464, 2660, 8066, 8861, 8486,
8684, 3646, 8647, 8649, 8662, 8891, 8986.
4142, 4184, 4262, 4884, 4846, 4408, 4462



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Pomeroy, Samael C, a Senator from Eaa-

sas — Continued,
incidental remarks by, 8, 42, 45, 47, 69, 206,
216,295, 811, 818, 880, 888, 880, 881, 401,
402, 405, 406, 450, 451, 484, 546, 582,
695, 696, 698, 722, 755, 816, 817, 907,
1065, 1154, 1177, 1207, 1210, 1226, 1290,
1294, 1816, 1846, 1847, 1890, 1412, 1418,
1416, 1417, 1418, 1488, 1557. 1624, 1625,
1700, 1711, 1758, 1788, 1819, 1820, 1849,
1850, 2012, 2062, 2098, 2151, 2262, 2279,
2286, 2818, 2821, 2822, 2857, 2858, 2885,
2886, 2483, 2484, 2485, 2488, 2524, 2589,
2560, 2596, 2597, 2797, 2910, 2959, 2984,
8018, 3055, 8147, 8275, 8276, 3277, 8851,
8857, 8864, 8865, 8484, 8486, 8487^ 8490,
8492, 8501, 8505, 8506, 8585, 8541, 8546,
8550, 8551, 8552, 8554, 8598, 8687, 8786,
8761, 8762, 8766, 8865, 8891, 8961, 8987,
8988, 8989, 4010, 4085, 4141, 4142, 4157,
4184, 4187,4218, 4219, 41^,4287,4249,
4250, 4251, 4254, 4306, 4398, 4899, 4401,
4409, 4417, 4464, 4465, 4484, 4487, 4499
remarks on the House joint resolution in
relation to the pay of laborers. ...14. 15

on the amnesty ana civil rights bill (H.

R. No. 880) 28, 247, 248, 268,

270, 589, 690, 818, 821, 878, 874, 899

on the case of W^. L. Saunders, a contu-
macious witness 41, 215, 216,

on the resolutions to create a Committee

of Investigation and Retrenchment,

125, 182, 185, 186

on the bill for a public park near the Yel-
lowstone river 159,484, 520, 697

on the resolution for printing Professor
Hayden's report 206

on the petition of the Settlers' Associa-
tion in Kansas 288

on the question of reception of the peti*
tion of Chinese in regard to the duties
on rice 879

on order of business, 409, 1182, 1188, 1411,
1559, 1940, 2204, 2429, 2454, 2458, 2488,
2521, 2522, 2561, 2627, 2628, 2629, 2680,
2684, 2636, 2687, 2678, 8056, 8057, 8128,
8124, 8271, 8355, 8856, 8470, 8475, 8476,
8588, 8545, 8547, 8551, 8595, 8895, 4107,
4108, 4125, 4287, 4807, 4409, 4417, 4496

on the apportionment bill .520,

678, 675, 678, 704

on the bill leasing the Presidio reserva-
tion for a public park 664

on the resolution for printing the report
of Commissioner of the General liand
Office 724

on the Lake St. Croix and Lake Superior

railroad bUl 817,

1064, 1850, 1852, 1985,
1987, 1988, 1989, 2521

on the coal land bill, 907,2014, 2481, 2456

on the legislative appropriation bill. ..988,
989, 1394, 1895, 1896, 1419, 1420, 1421,
1422, 1452, 1458, 1454, 1455, 1460, 1461,
1495, 1496, 1497, 1498, 1499, 1500, 1501,
1602,1508, 1588, 1562, 1575, 1576,1577,
1592, 1594, 1695, 1596, 1597, 1601, 1682,
1688, 1634, 1685, 1643, 2717, 2721, 2722

on the right to take notice of debates in
the other fiouse 1087

on the Santa F6 railroad bill 1128,

1256, 1257, 1391, 1785, 8558

on the bill relating to the overland
mails 1154

on Rule 47, in regard to admissions to

the floor 1284,

1285, 1889, 1890, 1414, 1415

on the bill to provide for repor^ng the
debates of Congress , 1819

on the resolution amending Rule 6, relet
inff to appeals ..1889, 1414

on the resolution amending the rules in

regard to the presentation of petitions,

1890, 1658

on the charges against the Kansas Sen-
ators 1410, 1411, 2246,4188

on amending Rule 46 1416

on the bill relating to deposits of soldiers,
fto 1488



Pomeroy, Samuel C.y a Senator firom Eao-
Continued.



remarks on the bill granting right of way to a
railroad in Florida 1589, 1590, 1591

on the soldiers* and sailors' homestead
bill 1718, 1884, 1886, 1886

on the Chicago relief bill (H. H. No. 666),
1799, 1808, 1804

on the bill authorizing a bridge across the
Ohio river at Evansville, Indiana... 1821

on the bill to repeal the duties on salt,

1861, 1892

on the bill to repeal the dnUes on tea and

coflFee ^ 1968,

1971, 1972, 2029, 2041, 2098

on the Anstralian maiHinebill, 2062, 2462

on the Indian appropriation bill 2064,

2066,2071, 2091, 2098, 2098, 2099, 2100,
2167,2188, 2189, 2190, 2191, 2192, 2198,
2194, 2198, 2200, 2201, 2202, 2266, 2267,
2268, 2269, 2824, 2825, 2380, 2331^ 2887

on the Piedmont and Potomac Railroad
Comjpanybill.2128,2158,2159,2160,2161

pn the bill for the relief of settlers on the
Osage lands in £:ansas 2151, 2260

on the bill granting the right of way for a
railroad from Great Salt Lake to Port-
land, Oregon 2151, 2186

on the bill for the relief of settlers on
public lands in Iowa 2184, 2185

on the bill in regard to Fort Collins
military reservation 2286

on the bill concerning Point San Jos6
reservation 2298

on the bill for the relief of settlers on
Cherokee lands in Eitnsas 2297

on the bill abating taxes on spirits
destroyed in bond 2860, 2886

on the bill authorizing a bridge across the
Missouri river, at Nebraska City, 2884

on the deflcieocy appropriation bill, 2486,
2436, 2487, 2631,2727, 2779, 2782, 2800,
2888, 2840, 2884, 2911, 2912, 8362, 8478

on the Houghton and Ontonagon railroad
bill 2464

on the bill to provide for the redemption

of lands sold for direct taxes ,2466,

2987. 4251, 4268

on the bill to promote the development
of minin|; resources, 2459, 2461, 2462

on the bill m relation to Cherokee lands
in Kansas, 2485, 2486, 2797, 2834, 2886

on the supplementary Texas Pacific rail-
road bilf. 2608.

2608, 2609, 2610, 2614, 2617, 2625

on the bill to revipe the postal code, 2640,
2641, 2642, 2648, 2644, 2645, 2646,
2647, 2649, 111650, 2651, 2652, 2668

on the bill in reference to railroads in
Dakota 2886, 2887, 2888, 8856

on the naval appropriation bill, 2846,2962

on the resolution limiting debate on appro-
priation bills .......2867, 2882

on the bill to take jurisdiction over the
Alaska Indians 2957

on the bill to establish a western judicial

district of North Carolina. 2984,

8867, 8988

on the Post Office appropriation bill, 3021,
8022, 8028, 8029, 3030, 8083, 8084,
8061, 3102, 8108, 3114, 3117, 8118,
8120, 8121, 8129, 8130, 8132, 8186,
8188, 3141, 8142, 3144, 8810, 8811, 8818

on bill to secure equal rights in the pub-
lic schools of Washington ...8099, 8126

on the bill authorizing terms of the Uni-
ted States court in the Indian terri-
ioty 8100

on the bill for the removal of disabilities

(H. R. No. 1050) 8181,

8182, 8258, 8265, 8269, 8270

on the bill to provide for the publication
of maps of survey of the Mississippi
and Minnesota rivers 8486

on the bill authorizing a bridge across
the Ohio river at Mount Vernon, Indi-
ana 8489

on the bill to amend the steamboat law,
8448, 8444, 8446, 4146, 4476



Pomeroy, Samoel C, a Senator from Eao-
sas — Continued.
remarks on bill for conatiaction of a bridge
across the Arkansas river. ...8490, 8491
on the bill relating to an Indian reser-
vation in Wyoming ..8589, 8640

on the bill for the sale of the Black Bob

Indian lands in Kansas 8644

on the bill to abolish the tribal relations

of the Miami Indians 8444, 8646

on the bill to seonre homesteads to actual

settlers 8647, 8548

on the bill amendatory of the agricultural

act .$549, 8660

on the Qreat Salt Lake and Colorado

miiroadbill 8560,

8551, 4160, 4161, 4168, 4164

on the postal telegraph bill...». 8667,

8668, 8660

on the Armj approprialioa bill 8598,

861S, 4128
on the bill to adjust the claims of New

Hampshire ....», 8701

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

8781, 8782, 8788, 8786, 8789, 8741, 8742

on the supplemental apportionment bill,

8766
on the bill relative to the centennial inter-
national exhibition 8814

on the Port Huron and Lake Michigan

railroad bill 8891

on the tariff and tax bill 8922, 8968,

8956, 4007, 4011, 4014, 4015,

4017, 4052, 4062, 4068, 4064

on the question of final adjournment,

8942, 8948, 4160, 4161, 4162, 4166,

4157, 4168, 4169, 4171. 4172, 4474

on the civH appropriation bill 4088,

4110, 4187, 4288, 4241, 4242, 4248, 4254,
4255, 4272, 4278, 4274, 4841, 4347, 4856,
4869,4860,4861,4874, 4887, 4897, 4898
on the bill relating to the Fisk Univer-
sity 4184, 4252, 4258

on the bill for the relief of Theodore

Adams...... - 4189, 4190, 4499

on the river and harbor appropriation

bill 4294, 4296, 4296, 4406

on the bill for the relief of the estate of

Ely Moore 4384

on the bill in reference to the military

reservation at Camp Mohave, 4346, 4602

on the bill relating to public buildings at

Cincinnati 4408

on the bill restoring to market certain

lands in Michiflnin 4406

personal and explanatory 4410

on the Anacostia and Potomac river rail-
road biU 4413, 4416

resolution to investigate the election of, by
the Legislature of Kansas in 1867, and
the election of Senator Alexander Cald-
well in 1871—rBy Mr. Morton, Hay 11,
1872.1
reported, 8816; discussed, 8816; agreed
to, 8817 ; report, 4183 : (see Ajypendix,)
Pond, Harriet W., bill (S. No. 1161) for the
relief of - [By Mr. Wilson.!
reported, 8869, 8870; passed, 4304.
Pond, Levi W., bill (S. No. 624) confirming
and extending a patent right to, and Eaa
Claire Lumber Company— [By Mr. Car-
penter.]
referred, 968 ; reported and passed, 1086 ;
passed Honse, 4496 ; enrolled, 4500 ; ap-
proved, 4604.
Pond, Sarah, bill (fi. R. No. 2881^) granUng a
pension to.
received from the House, 8288; referred,
8814.
Pool, John, a Senator from North Carolina, 1

petitions presented by ..44, 68, 878, 696,

728, 816, 961, 1175, 1176, 1207, 1816,
1448, 1664, 2248, 2680, 8021, 8851, 8470
bills introduced by^
No. 896— for the relief of Enot }. Penny-
backer 169

No. 412— to fix the compeniation of tha
Third Auditor of the TreMoiy. -206i.



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Post Office Department, bill (H. R. No. 025)—

Continued.
remarks by —

Mr. Cole 484,690, 679

Mr. Sawyer , 696

Mr. Trumbull 696

bill (H. H. No. 1) to revise, consolidatei
and amend (he statutes relating to the.

received from HouFe, 171 ; referred, 172;
referred anew, 282; reported, 880;
made special order, 978'; discuRsed,
2640 ; passed with amendment, 8893 ;
conference, 8898, 8949: conference re-
port, 4105: concurred in bv Senate,
4106 ; by House, 4106 ; enrolled, 4187.

remarks by —

Mr. Cftsserly 2643. 2644. 2645,

2646, 2647, 2650, 2651, 2662, 8898
* Mr. Cole 2641.2642, 2643,

2644, 2645, 2046, 2647. 2650. 2651
Mr. C(9nkling,2650, 2651,2652.2658,8893
Mr. Edmunds 2640, 2641,

2642, 2648, 2644, 2645, 2646, 2647
Mr. Pomeroy 2640,

2641, 2042, 2643, 2644, 2645, 2646,

2647, 2649, 2650, 2651, 2652, 2653
Mr. Ramsey 2640, 2641, 2642,

2648, 2645, 2646, 2647, 2648, 2649,
2650, 2651, 2652, 2658, 8893, 4105

Mr. Sawyer 2640,2647

Mr. Spencer 2045, 2649, 2651

bill (H. R. No. 1070) making appropriations
for the service of the, for the year
endiuff June 80, 1878.
received from House, 1852; referred,
1854; amehdroeot, 2012, 2167; reported,
2560; amendment, 2561, 2566; called
up, 2988 ; discussed, 2988 ; debate lim-
ited, 3020; discussed, 3021,8058, 8102,
8126, 8147, 8178; passed with amend-
ment, 8179: conference, 3704, 3706;
conference report, 8808; discussed,
8808, 3812; new conference, 3813,
3897 ; conference report, 3912 ; con-
curred in by Senate, 8912 ; by House,
8911 ; enrolled, 4009.
remarks by —

Mr. Alcorn 8138, 3184

Mr. Anthony 8121, 8143

Mr. Bayard 3065,

3066, 3108, 8110, 3111, 8128, 8135

Mr. Boreman 3032

3103, 3108, 3110, 3135, 3145, 8146

Mr. Buckingham 3002,

8115, 3116, 3118, 3119, 3140, 3143
Mr. Cameron .....3102, 3103, 3810, 3813

Mr. Carpenter 3107,

3108,3109, 3110,3112

Mr. Casserly 2187, 2846, 2847,

2988, 3022, 3032, 3033, 8034, 3036,
3107, 8109, 8110, 3120, 3121, 8127,
3128, 8180, 3131, 3132, 3133, 3184,
3136, 3137, 8139, 8140, 8141, 8142,
3143, 8144, 3145, 3146, 8147, 3178
Mr. Chandler 3058

3059, 8060; 8061, 8062, 8063, 3066,
3103, 3104, 8105, 3106, 3116, 3119,
3120, 3127, 3186, 8188, 3139, 3140

Mr. Col**..... 2846,

2988, 2992, 3020, 3026, 8028,

8029, 3031, 3032, 3059, 3U02, 8064,

3060, 3113, 3114, 8116, 3117, 8118,
8126, 3127, 3128, 3130, 3131, 8136,
8137, 8139, 8141, 8142, 3147, 3179

Mr. Conklina; 2846, 8105, 3108,

8182, 3133, 8145, 8146, 3810, 8812

Mr. Cooper.. 8141

Mr. Corbett ,....3022,

3032, 8104, 8119, 3128, 3138, 8147

Mr. Cragin 8105, 8112, 3142

Mr. Edmunds 2983, 3029,

8030, 3082, 8108, 3109, 3110, 8111,
8112, 8126, 8127, 8131, 8132, 3133,
8184, 8135, 8186, 3137, 3188, 3140,
8141, 8142, 8l43, 3144, 3145, 8146,
8147, 8809, 8810, 3811, 3812. 3813

Mr. Fenton 8132, 8135

Mr. Ferry, of Michigan, 8105, 8187, 3138
Mr. FUnagaD^ 2846, 8118, 3120

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Pool, John, a Senator from North Carolina^

Contintted.
Inlls introduced by —

No. 467— to provide for the erection of a
building suitable for the use of the
United States courts, post office, and
other necessary Government offices at
Raleiflrh, North Carolina.... 880

No. 621 — to relieve certain persons
therein named from the legal and

Rolitical disahilities imposed by the
)ttrteenth amendment of the Constitu-
tian of the United States 907

No. 082-— to establish a post road in
North Carolina 978

No. «94 - to relieve John A. Pledger,
of Tyrrel county. North Carolina, and
others, from legal and political dis-
abilities imposed by the fourteenth
amendment to the Constitution 1177

No. 727 — to relieve certain persons
therein named from the legal and polit-
ical disabilities 1256

No. 759-*to relieve certain persons
therein named from the legal and
political disabilities imposed by the
fourteenth amendment of the Uonsti-
tution of the United States ..1460

No. 868 — to relieve certain persons
therein named from the legal and
political disabilities imposed by the
fourteenth amendment of the Consti-
tution of the United States 1939

No. 909— for the relief of the administra-
tor of the estate of Lieutenant Joseph
Wheaton, deceased 2119

No. 1060— for the relief of Sarah 8.
Stafford 2959

No. 1101 — to relieve certain persons
therein named from the legal and
political disabilities imposed by the
tourteenth aniendment of the Consti-
tution of the United States 8275

No. 1177— for the relief of Fannie A.
Thompson, surviving heir and legal
representative of William Thompson,
deceased, formerly a brigadier general in
the Army of the revolutionary war, 4036

No. 1188— for the relief of the heirs
of Colonel Francis Taylor and Dr.

Charles Taylor 4214

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