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to pay the pages of the Senate until the
end of the present month — [June 1,

1872] 4142

reports iLade by 2119,

2959, 2983, 4214. 4384

incidental remarks by 211, 402, 695,

1487, 3021, 3807,3864, 3868, 3888,
2889, 8890. 3891, 8892, 8939, 3987,
. 4141, 4214, 4280, 4813, 4334, 4463
remarks ou the resolutions to create a
Committee of Investigation and Re-
trenchment 172

on the legislative appropriation bill, 1327,

1328, 2638

on the case of Hon. Joseph C. Abbott,
from North Carolina 2390, 2639

(See Appendix )

on the bill to establish a western judicial

district of North Carolina 2983,

2984, 8865, 8866, 3867, 39o8

oa the order of business 2986,

8470, 8697, 8767, 380(3, 8894, 3896

on the bill extending the enforcement
act 3725

on the bill for the relief of Sarah S. Staf-
ford 3770

oathe question of final adjournment, 8941,
8942, 8949, 4169, 4172. 4173, 4474

on the resolution limiting debate on the
Unff bill 3944, 3947, 3948

on the tariff and tax bill..... 8944,

3947,8948,4085

00 the jurisdiction of the Committee on
Southern Outrages 4086

on the civil appropriation bill. ..4089, 4259

on the river and harbor appropriation
bill 4294,4296



Portner & Reckner, bill <S. No. 1189) for the
relief of— [By Mr. Ramsey.]
referred, 8698.
Port of delivery, bill (3. No. 827) to establish
the collection district of Duluth, and to
create St. Paul, in the collection district
of Minnesota, a — fBy Mr. Ramsev.]
read, 4; referred, 42, 48; reported, 1177;
passed, 1942; passed the House. 3607;
enrolled, 3648. 8696 ; approved, 8772.
bill (3. No. 497) to constitute Nebraska
City, in Nebraska, a — [By Mr. Hitch-
cock.]
referred, 452.
bill (S. No. 650) to constitute Shreveport,
Louisiana, a — [By Mr. Kellogg.]
referred, 696 ; reported and passed, 1085 ;
passed House with amendment, 1228;
concurred in, 1254; enrolled, 1282;
approved, 1416.
bill (H. R. No. 862) to create a, at La
Crosse, in Wisconsin, and to provide
for a survey of customs thereat,
received from House, 4187; referred,
4213; reported, 4480.
Port of entry, bill (S. No. 284) to estab-
lish a, at Duluth, in Minnesota — [By Mr.
Ramsey.]
reported. 880.

bill (S. No. 1179) to make San Diego, in
the State of California, a— [By Mr.
Wilson.]
referred, 4086 ; reported, 4142.
Port of entiy and delivery, bill (H. R. No.
1049) to establish a, at the city of Pitts-
burg, Pennsylvania,
received from House, 400 ; referred, 406 ;
reported, 460; passed, 1946; enrolled,
2023.
Post, Judson S., bill (S. No. 1140) anthor-
iziug the President of the United States to
nominate, a paymaster in the United
States Army— [By Mr. Conklidg.]
referred, 8706.
Post cards, bill (H. R. No. 2266) authorizing
the Postmaster General to Issue one-cent
correspondence or, for transmission in
the United States mails,
received from the House, 2286; referred,
2297..
Postage stamps, bill (S. No. 218) authorizing
the Postmaster General to continue in
use a machine for post- marking and for
the cancellation of^ and to make settle-
ment with the inventor, patentee, and
assignee thereof— [By Mr. Gilbert.]
reported, 2758.
Postal service, bill (S. No. 841) to reduce the
rates of correspondence by telegraph, and
to connect the telegraph with the — [By
Mr. Pomeroy.]
read, 86 ; referred, 42. 48 ; substitute re-
ported, 483, 2623; discussed, 2880, 8554.
bill (S. No. 1029) to facilitate improvement
in the— [By Mr. Hamlin.]
referred, 2761.
Postal telej^raph — see Telegraph.
Post-marking and postaice-canceling hand-
sump, bill (S. No. 1077) referring to the
United States Court of Claims for abju-
dication and determination a claim for
the entire past and future use of the Nor-
ton— [By Mr. Gilbert.]
referred, 3056.
Post office— see Building.
Post Office Department, calls for information

upon the 262, 696,979

communications from the ...480, 1040, 1205
in reference to estimates for the pay of

railway post office clerks ..8809

bill (H. R. No. 625) making appropriations
to supply a dencieocy m the appropri-
ations for the salaries and contiih|ent
expenses of the, for the current &cal
year,
received from Honse, 167 ; referred, 168 :
reported, 484 ; discussed, 696 ; passed
with amendment, 697 ; concurred in
by House, 1018 ; enrolled, 1066.



INDEX TO SENATE PROCEEDINGS.



xcv



Post Office Department, bill (H. R. No. 1070)^
ConUnued.
remarks by —

Mr. Frelinghaysen 8029, 3088,

8034, 8085, 8001, 8062, 8109« 8110

Mr. Hamilton, of Maryland 8023,

8031, 3085, 8126, 8818

Mr. Hamlin .2846, 2002, 8143, 3818

Mr. Harlan 8020, 8027, 8028, 8088,

8128, S129, 8180, 8181, 8147, 3178

Mr. Hill.... 8144

Mr. Johnston 3023, 3024, 8025, 8063

Mr. Kellogjf..... 3028, 8143

Mr.KelW 2988, 8027, 3119, 8131

Mr. Lewis. 3141

Mr. Logan 8118, 8184, 3135

Mr. Morrill, of Maine 2566,

8063, 8064, 3066, 3812

Mr. Morrill, of Vermont. 8028; 8029,

8080,8102,8108,3114, 3L81,
8187, 3188, 3189, 8140, 3141

Mr. Morton 2988,

8020, 8025, 8026, 8027, 8028,
8029, 8080, 8081, 3082, 3061, 8063,
3104,8106, 8107, 8108, 8110, 3117,
3121, 8188, 8186, 8187, 8188, 8189.
8140, 8148, 8144, 3146, 8812, 8818

Mr. Norwood 8026, 3103, 8121

Mr. Nye 8020, 8084, 8059,

8060, 3061, 3103, 8110, 3114, 3115,
8116, 8118, 8119, 8120, 8137, 8189,

8140, 8144, 8145, 8146, 3147, 8178
Mr. Pomeroy 3021, 3022,

8028, 8029, 8030, 8033, 8084, 3061,
8102, 8108, 8114, 8117, 3118, 3120,
8121, 8129, 8130, 3182, 3186, 8138,

8141, 3142, 8144, 8810, 8811, 3818
Mr. Uamsey, 3038.3059,3060,8104.8106,

8108, 8117, 8118, 8121, 3809, 3810

Mr. Rice 8120, 3181

Mr. Saulsbury 8085.8104, 8135

Mr. Sawyer 2847, 8060, 3062, 3066,

8105, 8106, 3118, 8120, 3131, 8182
Mr. Scoit 8080,

8065, 8110, 8112, 8148, 8144, 8145
Mr. Sherman 3028,

8029, 8080, 3082, 3083.8084,8085,
8065, 3066, 8108, 8104, 8106, 8107,
8108, 8114, 3115, 8117, 8118, 8121,
8181, 3136, 3187, 8140, 3143, 8178

Mr. Sprague 8065, 3108, 8111, 3132

Mr. Stevenson 8020,

8025, 8081, 8082, 8146, 3813

Mr. Stewart 2988, 2991,

2992, 8084, 3058, 8061, 8102, 3108,
8111, 8112, 3183, 8184, 3144. 8147

Mr. Siockeon 8021,

8022, 3026. 3066, 8111, 8181

Mr. Sumner 8084,

8085, 8102, 3108, 3182, 8185

Mr. Trumbull 8084,

8809. 3810, 8812, 8818
Mr. Vickers,8126, 3127,8128, 8141, 8142

Mr. West 2561,

2847, 8027. 30^3, 8058, 8060, 8062,
8068, 8103, 8104, 8141, 8142, 3143

Mr. Wilson.. 8029, 3080, 8081

Mr. Windom 2560,

2846, 2847, 2988, 2988, 2989,
2992, 8022, 8024, 3025. 3026, 8028,
8029, 8080, 8032, 8033, 3035, 8058,
8066, 8102, 3108, 8104, 8105, 8106,
8107, 8128, 8120, 8121, 3126, 8127,
8128, 8129, 8180, 8181, 8132, 8188,
8142, 8145,8147, 8178, 8704. 8808,
8809, 8810, 8811, 8812, 8818, 3912

Mr. Wright 3109,

8110, 8113, 8114, 8181, 3186, 8188

yeas and nnyH on the 3020,

8081, 308% 8106, 8108, 8114, 8121, 3131,
8184, 8185, 8136, 8188, 8141, 8145, 8818
Post office at New York, resolution in refer-
ence to the defalcation at the — [By Mr.
Sawver, December 21, 1871.]
agreed to. 262.

bul (8. No. 971) autborizing sale of site of
the present, to the New York Chamber
of Commerce — [By Mr. Conkling.]
referred, 2429.



Post Offices and Post Roads, the Committee

on 41

reports from 202, 259,

880, 450, 488, 906, 695, 754, 817, 839,
888, 889, 907, 1176, 1226, 1316, 1413,
1587, 1665, 1700, 1785, 1820, 1883, 1062,
2012, 2058, 2119, 2152, 2248, 2857, 2454,
2484, 2523, 2723, 2758, 2797, 2909, 2984,
8470, 8533, 3584, 4106, 4835, 4399, 4402

adverse reports from 2528, 2681, 2797

discharged from subjects 548, 754, 952,

1112, 1255, 1489, 1849, 1883, 8584, 4463
Post road, bill (S. No. 443) to provide for
tbe opening of a military and, from the
mouth of Walnut river, in Kansas, to the
mouth of Main Cache river, iu Texas —
[By Ifr. Caldwell.]
referred, 818 ; reported, 839 ; amended and

referred anew, 3554.
bill (S. No. 547) to authorize the construc-
tion of a bridge across the Mississippi
river at or near the town of Clinton, in
the State of Iowa, and to establish it
as a — [By Mr. Harlan.]
referred, 696 ; reported, 817 ; amendment,
869; discussed, 1129; passed, 1180;
passed Hotise with amendment, 1823 ;
concurred in, 1828 ; enrolled, 1852 ;
approved, 2062.
bill (S. No. 682) to esUblish a, in North
Carolina— [By Mr. Pool.]
referred. 978.
Post roads, bill (H. R. No. 774) to establish,
received from House, 236 ; referred, 236 ;
reported, 259 ; agreed to, 262 ; enrolled,
828
bill (H. R. No. 777) to establish,
received from House, 236 ; referred, 286 ;
reported, 259 ; agreed to, 262 ; enrolled,
828.
bill (H. R. No. 1076) establishing certain,
m Vermont,
received from House, 480 ; referred, 484 ;
reported and passed, 754; enrolled, 809.
bill <U. R. No. 1666) to establish certain,
received from House, 1210; referred, 1224;
reported and recommitted, 2058; re-
ported, 2454; withdrawn, 2454; re>
ported, 2484 ; passed with amendment,
2986; concurred in, 8121; enrolled,
8276.
bill (S. No. 819) to establish certain, in
Alabama — [Bj Mr. Goldthwaite.]
referred, 1701; reported, 2248; passed,
8854.
bill (H. R. No. 2985) to establish cerUin.
received from House, 8943 ; referred, 3949;
reported, 4106 ; recommitted, 4184 ; re-
ported, 4835, 4899 ; passed with amend
ment, 4399; concurred in, 4436; en-
rolled, 4481.
bill (H. R. No. 2940) to establish certain,
received from the House, 8961 ; referred.



Post route, bill (8. No. 404) to establish a
certain, in Indiana — [By Mr. Pratt.]
referred, 159.

bill (S. No. 408) to establish a, in Texas— [By
Mr. Flanvgan.]
referred, 205.
bill (S. No. 600) to establish a certain,
therein named — [By Mr. Wright.]
referred. 840.
bill (S. No. 605) to establish a, in Ore-
gon— [By Mr. Corbett]
reforred, 869.
bill (H. R. No. 2968) establishing a, in
Pennsylvania,
received from House, 4254; referred,
4280.
Post routes, bill (S. No. 868^ to establish cer-
tain, in Indiana— [By Mr. Pratt.]
referred, 68.

bill (H. R. No. 484) to establish certain, in
Indiana,
passed, 606 ; enrolled, 669.
bm (H. R. No. 1658) to establish,
received from House, 1181; referred,
1181.



Post touies—Continrud.
bill (S. No. 1129) to establish certain— [By
Mr. Pomeroy.]
referred, 3637.
bill (H. R. No. 2854) to establish certain,
received from House, 8761; referredf
8761.
bill (H. R. No. 2976) to esUblish certain,
in Georgia,
received from House, 4856; indefinitely
postponed, 4401.
Potter. Samuel S. , bill (H. R. No. 2808) for th»
relief of.
received from House, 8641; referred, 8647.
Potts, John, bill (S. No. 908J for the relief of,
chief clerk of the War Department — [By
Mr. Davis, of West Virginia.]
reported and passed, 2120; passed Honse
with amendment, 8869 ; agreed to, 8888;
enrolled, 8897 ; approved, 4107.
Powell, Levi J., bill (S. No. 1172) for the
reliefof— [ByMr. Wriffht.]
reported, 3987 ; passed, 4198.
Practice, criminal, bill (S. No. 468) to regu- ^
late, in the Federal courts — [By Mr.
Thurman.]
referred, 880; reported, 520; passed, 726;
passed House with amendment, 8478 ;fr
conference, 3539, 3593 ; conference report^
8641 ; concurred in by Senate, 3041 ; by
House, 8648; enrolled, 8704; approved,
8772.
Prather, Dr. Basil R., bill (S. No. 917) for
the relief of, late acting assistant surgeon
in the thirty-fourth regiment Iowa volun'
tears — [By Mr. Harlan.]
referred, 2154.
Pratt, Daniel D., a Senator from Indiana, 24

petitions presented by 44, 68, 85, 949,

951, 1084, 1107, 1847, 1528, 1604,

1757, 1819, 1848, 1987, 2356, 2458,

2560, 2834, 8n3, 3815, 4213, 4884

bills introduced by—

No. 868 — to establish certain post routes

in Indiana 68

No. 404 — to establish a certain post route

in Indiana » , .....159

No. 662 — authorizing the construction of a
railway bridge across the Ohio river at

Mount Vernon, Indiana 1112

No. 668— for the relief of David L.
Wright, late captain company E, fifty-
first regiment In«iiana volunteers... 11 12
No. 692— for the relief of T. M. Redd, 1176
No. 703—10 release the title of the United
Slates to certain lands in Michigan

City, Indiana 1207

No. 740—10 amend the act giving home-
steads to actual settlers 1317

No. 748— granting a pension to Celia
Tweed, widow of Thomas Tweed... 1348
No. 760— for the relief of Bowrly M.
Botts, Rosalie S. Lewis, IsabeHa, Mc-
Lean Lewis, and Mary Minor Hoiey,
children and heirs at laws of John Mine^*

Botts, deceased 1489

No 778— to provide for the rounding of
taxes paid by State officers upon their

salaries 1525

No. 836 — declaring the true construction

of a statute 1759

No. 858— granting a pension to John B.

Rose, of Indiana 1988

No. 879— granting a pension to Mary

Armstrong ^2011

No. 961— to authorize the Secretac^ of the
Interior to make partition of :)£^ reser^
vaiion of Me-shin-go-me sia^ a Miami

Indian chief. .^y, 2358

No. 989— granting a peneioa to John
Carbaugh, a private of company A,
forty- sixth regiment Pennsylvania vol-
unteers ^ 2998

No. 990— for the relief of Reuben Good-
rich .^2528

No. 1021— for relief of A. W,JIdss,2716

No. 1073 — increasing rates of^nsion to

certain persons therein deai^bed, 8021

No. 1142— for relief of S. B. Ward.. .3762



Digitized by



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INBBX TO SBJf ATE PROCEEDINGS.



Pratt, Daniel D., a Senator from Indiana—

Cfaniinued.
resolation sabmitted bjr —

calling for information connected with
the drainage of Beaver lake, in New-
ton coontT, Indiana — [December 14,

1871] «121

reports made by „...86, 259, 1151, 1176,

1256, 1816, 1848, 1449, 1489, 1525, 1758,
. 1849, 1986, 2010, 2011, 2152, 2158, 2285,
2820, 2857. 2485, 2528, 2560, 2716, 2758,
2959,2984,8021,8247,8278, 8470, 8471,
8584, 8578, 8762, 8768, 8769, 8898, 4084

incidental remarks bj 159, 259, 1084,

1068, 1118, 1128, 1188, 1255, 1847, 1489,
1522, 1523, 1588, 1759, 1849, 1951. 2010,
2085, 2120, 2252, 2258, 2259, 2260, 2857,
2858, 2528, 2758, 2959, 8098, 8278, 8888,
8898,4088,4192,4194,4201, 4202, 4222
remarks on the amnesty and xsivil rights
biU (H. R. No. 880).^ 276, 278

on Qie bill authorizing a bridge across
the Ohio riyer at Mount Vernon, Indi-
ana 1112, 1941, 8488, 8489

on the reference of papers in the case of
Warren & Moore, of Nashville, Ten-
nessee ^ 1128

on the order of business. 1822, 1986,

2084, 2085, 8099, 8852,
8470, 8547, 8990, 4226

on the bill relating to the Beaver lake

land in Indiana 1848,

1850, 2956, 2957, 4010

on the bill granting a pension to Gelia
Tweed 1848

on the legislative appropriation bill, 1566

on the bin toproviae for the refunding of
taxes paid by State officers on their sal-
aries 1588

on the two per cent, fund bill 1759,

2059, 2082, 2085, 2086, 2090

on the bill relating to the diplomatic and
consular systems 1949

on the Indian appropriation bill,2200,2201

on the bill for the relief of Mrs. Martha
L. Russell 2252

on the bill for the relief of G. and H. W.
Spencer 2257

on tne bill for the relief of owners of salt-
works near Manchester, Kentucky,
2258,2259

on the bill abating taxes on spirits
destroyed in bond 2859, 2860, 2885

on the lull for the relief of Martin Wat-
kins ......2758

on the deficiency appropriation biU...2807

on the bill increasing the rates of pension

to certain persons 8021,

8858, 8854, 8918, 4214, 4222, 4845, 4846

on the bill granting a pension to Mary
Ann Montgomery 8247

on the bill for the removal of disabilities
(H. R» No. 1050) 8252, 8270

on the bill in reference to the election

for presidential electors in Louisiana,

8280, 8281

on the bill for the relief of Charles W.
Whitney 8869

on the bill to abolish the tribal relations
of the Miami Indians. 8544, 8545

on the bill extending the enforcement
act 8586, 8588, 8589, 8716

on the river and harbor appropriation

bill 8687,

4292, 4298, 4295, 4296, 4297

on the bill for the relief of Theodore
Adams ^ 4198, 4200, 4494, 4496

on the bill granting a pension to John S.
Corlett „ .4218, 4219

on the report of the investigating com-
mittee in regard to the custom-house
at New York 4228

on the civil appropriation bill ...4262,

4264, 4276, 4277, 4860

on the bill to authorize bridges across the

Ohio rifer 4492

Pratt. Lieutenant R. H., billJS. No. 649) for

the relief of— [By Mr. Harlan.]
referred, 696} reported, 1226; pa88ed|8640.



Pratt, Milo, bill (S. No. 896) for the relief

of— [By Mr. Wright.]
reported, 2058 ; passed, 2262 ; passed House,

8616; enrolled, 8648, 8696; approved,

8897.
Pre-emption — see Public Lands.
President of the United States, calls for in-
formation upon the 18, 206, 211, 405,

451, 546, 890, 1591, 1768, 2028, 2674

communications from the. 28,

854, 425, 698, 848, 869, 909, 986,
1207, 1821, 1416, 1580, 1660, 1704, 1711,
1768, 1991,2062,2154, 2188, 2480, 2689,
2916, 2998, 8125, 3126, 8177, 8854, 8481,
8579, 8700, 8772, 8806, 8815, 8870, 8897,
8949, 4145, 4222, 4254, 4285, 4846,4475

annual message x 4

message relatmg to the removal of Wil-
liam Heine, a consular clerk ..28

transmitting report of Secretaiy of State
in reference to the compensation of cer-
tain diplomatic officers.... 28

transmitting report of the civil service
commission 210

in regard to compensation for the use of
the Corcoran art building 854

returning without approval bill (3. No.
805) granting « pension to Abigail
Ryan, widow of Thomas A. Ryan, 2484

in regard to the recent affray in the
Indmn territory 8126

returning with his objections the bill (S.
No. 955) granting a pension to Manr
Ann Montgomery, widow of William W.
Montgomery, late captain in Texas vol-
unteers 8481

recommending legislation for thie protec-
tion of immigrants 8481

in relation to the statue of General Raw-
lings 4125

returning; with his objections bill (S. No.
105) lor the relief of J. Milton Best,

4155

returning with his objections bill (S. No.
569) for the relief of Thomas B. Wal-
lace, of Lexington, Missouri ........ 4846

bill (S. No. 886) to prevent and punish
^bribery and corrupt practices in the
election of electors of^ and Vice Presi-
dent, and of members of the House of
Representatives in the Congress of the
United Sutes— [By Mr. Anthony. J

read, 24 ; referred, 42, 48.
^ joint resolution (S. R. No. 4) proposing an
amendment of the Constitution con-
fining the, to one term — [By Mr. Sum-
ner.J

notice, 206 ; read, 259 ; discussed, 854.

remarks by —

Mr. Conkling 854

Mr. Sumner 206,269, 260, 858

bill (S. No. 58) to prescribe the time for
holding the election for electors of, and
Vice President in the State of Louis-
iana — [By Mr. Kellogp^.]

motion to change rererence, 284; re-
ported, 484; read, 2998; discussed,
8100,8174,8270,8277; passed, 8287;
passed House, 8990; enrolled, 4089;
approved, 4145.
resoluuon to inonire into the conduct
of the— [By Ifr. Davis, of Kentucky,
December 20, 1871.]

read, 285 ; notice, 452 ; printed, 696.
bill (S. No. 816) to fimend an act to estab-
lish a uniform time for holding elec-
tions for electors of, and Vice Presi-
dent in all the States of the Union,
approved January 28, 1846 — [By Mr.
Flanagan.]

referred, 1666: reported, 2857; passed,
2494; passed House, 8478; enrolled,
8579; approved, 8772.
bill (H. R. No. 531) to prescribe the time
for holding the election for choosing
electors for, and Vice President for the
State of Louisiana for the year 1872.

received from House, 8486; called up,
8470; discussed, 8989.



President of the United States— 'CnUlfttitti
joint resolution (S. R. No. 7) pro^sing an
amendment to the ConsUtntiom pro-
viding for the election of, by a direct
vote of the people and abolishing the
office of Vice PresideBt— [By Mr. Sum-
ner.]
read, ^6.
President pro tempore of the Senate, resola-
lution designalang Hon. Henry B. An-
thony as — [By Mr. Sumner, Deodmber 21,
187L]
agreed to, 258.

resolution for the election of Hoii. Henry
B. Anthony— [By Mr. Trombttll, Feb-
ruary 28, 1872.]
agreed to, 1176.

elected 1176,4400

President's message, resolation. for printing
the, in German— [By Mr. Ferry, of
Michigan, December 6, 1871.]
read, 24.

resolution for printing additional copies of
the^[By Mr.r Anthony, December 6,
1871.)
reported and agreed to, 46.
Pressby, B. C, biU (S. No. 685) for the
relief of— [By Mr. Ames.]
reported, 1151 ; passed, 1968 ; passed
Hoose, 8772 ; enrolled, 8894 ; approved,
4107.
Preston, William B., bUl (H. R. No. 284) to
pay, the sum therein named,
received from House, 167 ; referred, 157 ;
reported, 484; passed, 1820; enrolled,
1858. .

Printing, the Committee on... 42

instructions to ».'.... 1257

reports from ...45, 68, 159,

284, 259, 606, 728, 724, 869, 967, 952,
1068, 1112, 1151, 1177, 1816, 1628, 1667,
1588, 1665, 1758, 1849> 2011, 2068, 2158,
2249, 2631, 2769, 2985, 857S, 8808, 8889,
8987, 8988, 4105, 4106, 4184, 4801, 4884

discharged from subjects ..159,

1418, 1785, 8808, 8811
Prison, bill (S. No. 1069) to reimburse the
State of Nevada for expenses incurred
while a Territory in the purchase of a» and
in support of United States courts — [By
Mr. Davis, of West Virginia.] '
reported, 8246 ; passed, 4194 ; pasbed the
House, 4479 ; enrolled, 4481 ; approved,
4504.
bill (H. R. No. 2692) to provide fbr the estab-
lishment of a military, and for its gov-
ernment,
received from Honsey 8177; referred,
8245.
Prisoners, bill (S. No. 176) in relation to the
payment of the expenses of the arrest,
custody, and trial of, charged with terri-
torial offenses in Utah— [By Mr. Gragin.]
reported, 284.
Prisons, military, bill (S. No. 606) to estab-
lish— [By Mr. Cole.]
referred, 484.
Private Land Claims, the Committee on. ...41

reports from... 668,

1418, 1768, 1881, 1968,
1964, 1986, 2285, 8892

adverse reports from 1758

discharsed from sabjecU 8890, 3892

bill (S. No. 824) to extend the provbions of
an act for the final adjustment of, in
tbe States of Florida, Louisiana, and
Missouri— [By Mr. Kellogg,
read, 8 ; referred, 42, 48 ; reported, 1881 :
discussed, 1881; passed, 2070; passed
House with amendment, 4089 ; con-
curred in, 4104; enrolled, 4109; ap-
proved, 4504.
remarks by —

Mr. Caldwell.., 1881

Mr. Edmunds.^ ; 1^1, 1882

Mr. Kellogg. 1881, 1882, 2070

bill (S. No. 415) to expedite the lorvej
of^[By Mr. Caoerly.]
referred, 206.



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bill (S. N«. 641) to extend the provisions of
an act tor the final adjustment of, in
Florida, Louisiana, and Missoari — [By
Mr. Kellogg.]
referred, 1006.
bill (S. No. 803) to provide for ascertaining
and settling, in certain States and Ter-
yitoriea — [By Mr. Pomeroy.]
referred, lG2o.
Privileges and Elections, the Committee on,

41, 44, 69, 84

instructions to « 69, 8353

reports from 171, 484, 2152, 2715, 2716,

2758, 8021, 8316, 3353, 4188,4214, 4412

adverse reports from ^ .«,.«.... 1256

Prize-lists, bill (S. No. 849) authorizing cor-
rections to be made in errors in — {By
Mr. Cragin.]
referred, 1849 : nsported, 2484 ; passed, 3368.
Prize-money, bill (S. No. 555) regulating the
distribution of— [By Mr. Anthony. ]
referred, 696 ; reported adversely and in-
definitely postponed, 3415.
Proceedings, bill (S. No. 361) relaiing to wit-
nesses and to, before cougr^s^onal com-
mittees— [By Mr. Scott.]
referred, 47.

bill (S. No. 367) to amend an act regulating,
in criminal cases — [By Mr. Conkling.]
referred, 68 ; reported, 1006 ; indefinitely
postponed, 3762.
bill (S. No. 915) to facilitate the trial of
suits, causes, and,, the taking of depo-
sitions, testimony, bonds; uie issuing
of processes And expediting the, in
suits at law or in equi^ in the district
court of the United States for the
southern district of New York — [By Mr.
Conkling.]
referred, 2154.
bill (S. No. 1043) to facilitate the trial of
suitst causes, and, the taking of depo-
sitions, testimony, and bonds ; the issu-
inj^ of processes and expediting the, in
suits at law or in equity in the district
court of the United States for the
southern district of New York — [By Mr.
Trumbull.]
referred, 2834; reported adversely and
indefinitely postponed, 8892.
bill (H. K. No. 631) to amend an act regu-
lating, in criminal cases, approved
March 3, 1865.
received from House, 8478; referred,
8490; reported, 3762; passed, 4186;
enrolled, 4226.
Process, bill (S. No. 268) relating to writs of
execution and other final, in courts of the
United States— [By Mr. Scott.]
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