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Mr. Fenton.]
referred, 405.

bill (S. No. 563) to establish a nattional, of
•hipping anid to afford additional pro-
tection to passengers and seamen, and
to prevent excessive rebates in the
duties on merchandise damaged on
shipboard imported into the United
States— rfiy Mr. Conkling.]
referred, 725.
bill (S. No. 366) ta establish a OMrine,
of shipping and to promote the itater-
ests of American commeroe-^[By Mr.
Wilson.]
, neferred, 68.
Regulations, bill (S. No. 1186) to authorise the
adoption of a system of general, for the
use of the Army of the United States —



[By Mr. Wilson.]
efei



referred, 8687 ; passed. 4d01.
Reilly, Thomas, bill (S. No. 1089) mntitig a
pension to, late of eompamr H, second
United Stales cavalry — [By Mr. Morton.]
referred, 2798.
Reinfori, Andrew, bill (H; R. No. 2416) grant-
ing a pension to.
received from Honse, 2725 ; referred, 2725 ;
ref^orted^ 3578; passed, 4087 ; eoroUsd,
4109.
Ramoval of political disabiHties^^^ee DuabU-

Hies.
RdnshS.w, Margarel.A., biU (H. R. No. ^20)
granting a pension to.
reeeived from Jioase, 2725: refi^nred, 2725;
' committee discharged, 81384.
Rent, bill (S. No. 797) to provide for the pay-
ment of daiais -for^ arising ia States
declared in insurrection-^[fiy Mr. 9ohn-
itoa.}
referred, 1688.
Reporters, official, resolutlsd to inquire into
the expediency of providing more suitable
^ accommodaliona for the, of tbe Sen*

aUH-[By Mr. Anthony, May 30, 1672.]
agreed to, 4036.
Bieservatioo, bill (S. No. 961) to anthorize the
Secretary of tha Interior to make parti-
tion of the, of .Me shin-jo-Bse-sia, a Miami
iodian chief'-[By Mr. PcaU.].
referred, 2858.

bill (S. No. 976) la confirm lathe Gseat and
JUule Osaffe Indians a, in the Indian
territory-— [By Mr. Harlan.]
reforred, ^S(^; reported adversely and
indefinitely postponed, 3246.
bill (H. H. No. 168) to anthorize the 8e<3<e-
tary of the Interior to make partition
of the, to Me^sbin-go-me-sia, a Miami
Indian.
reoeiv«d frOm. House, 2961 ; reforred,
2983 ; reported' and passed with am«nd-
' men<s, 1275; eonferenoe, ft594, 8595,
8602; eottforeooe report, 8912; agreed
to bv Senate, 3913; by House, 8911;
enrolled, 4009.



Reservation — Continued,

bHl (H. R. No. 1914) toaathoriaetbaSeore-

tary of the Interior to negotiate with the

chiefs and head-men of Uie Shoshone

and Bannock tribes of Indians fot the

• relinquishmeni of a portion of their, in

W^omiag Territory,
received from House, 2998; referred,
8017; repofiad,8246; dieeaesed^ B639 ;
passed arrth amendment 8640 ; confer-
aace^ 376 1, 8762; ooafeteaea report,
8961; concurred iabjn Senate, ^961; by
Hoase,8949| ehffilled, 4M0. .
remarks by-"* «i

- Mt. Edmaads..j..4w.. ii.., .^89, 8540

Mr. Hariaa.. 6246, 6589, 8540

Mr. Pomeroy'..^.* ..w^.^ t8M9, 8540

Mr.TrumbalL .,„ ,j. 8539

Mr. Wilson .'....;.87424«961

biH (H. R. Mo. 2884) to oonfina to the
Great and Little Qiags fedians a, in
the Indian territory. > '
received from House, 2993 ;.re^brrvd, 8017;
reported, 8246; passed with- amend-
ment, 854^ agreed to, 41091? onrolled,
4167. . . •:

Chip^wa, bill (8. No. i09) tn arable the
Secretiary ca tha interior to ai4 for the
removal ofscatteriog bands of Chippewa
Indians to their, aeav White Earth
Lake, . Minnesota, to subsist them
thereat for six mootbe, and'' for im-

Kovemeats on their *«* [By Mr. Har-
n.] - .i /I

referred, 484
Fort Collins military, bill (H.-R. ITo. 1776)
declaring the lands ooastttutinff the, in
the Territory of Colorado subject to
' preemption and homestead ei&ry, as

provided fqr in exiettiig foWs. ^

laceiv^ from Honse. 1361 ; referred,
1388; reported, 201 M pM«ed with
amendment, 2286 } agreed ta^i 8177 ;
earoHed, 8179.
Fort D. A. Russell miKtary, bill (H. R. No.
1513) authoriziag the Secretaty of War
to expend certain moneys^ for-ilie pur-
{>oee of sinking aa artesian i^tll an the,
IB Wyoming Tenritovy '

received from Uouse^ 827(^; vafei^d, 3272 ;
reported, 3986; passed,. 4801$ •nrolled.

Fort Kearney mi]itat7, hill tS. No. 645) to

coafirm the titla to oertait]^ lands on

the, in Frdmaotaonaty^ ioii!iihf-[By Mr.

Hitchcoek.] ^ ,('

referred, 1986; re^^ast^ 1161, oaUed up,

1665; passed, 1667. -r

hill (S. No. 829) gnmtinf the^ 4o the
State of NehiiaAa, for the; use and
benefit of the Nebi/hska«iate Deaf
and Dumb and I nss n o Aiifiuui~[By
Mr.Hiiehcock.} i

refer redy 1758;-. MfMMied add passed,
1986.
light-house,. bill .(E. R. No. l^Vj^ko provide
for tha sale. of a part o^ thV. at Fort
Qnltiot, Port Horaa^ in ^bd-State of

Miohigan*

received from Hoose,i8948 ; r^erfcB,^949;
reported and report «rithdiawii| 4142;
re|>oited,446a ^ r .:

Mitfo Lac, resolotion in refisrenoa tb the —
£By Mf^ Wlmdma, JatMlaryl5^ 1872.]
agreed to, 380 ; committ^ dJa t h arg ed,
4i88. ^ '* ' ■ •

miUtary, hill.<S, Na« §80) 4o arovide for
the disposition of that posuon of the,
at Port Hi^U^' Miisnasatat which lies
east of the Mississippi river^By Mr.
Ramsey.]
referred, 582 f reported and passed, 1487.
at Fort Walla- WaUa,biU (fl. No. 608) to
sorrect aa error in the act approved
February 24, 1871-*-[By* Mr. Wil-
son.]
reported, 888; passed, 2287; passed
Hou8e.4145; enrolled ,41675 ^i^roved,
4254. ' '



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Beservation — Coniintud.
military, biiUS. No. 609) to reduca tlie limiU
of the, at Fort StanroD, New Hex-
io^By Mr. WiUoo.]
leported, 889 $ passed, 2287 ; passed the
floose wiih amendment, 8270; con-
oarred in, 8272; enrolled, 8fl8; ap-
proved, 8700.
VOBolotion calling for information in regard
> 10 the, of Presidio, in California — FBy
Mr. Edmonds, February 28, 1672. J
: Agreed to, 1266«

bill (Ui. B. No. 161) lo reduce tile area
of the, of Fort Sander^ , in the Terri-
tDi7 of WjLomingf and providiag for
the sorvey of said, at reduced.
Moeived from Hou(M, 1858; referred,
1888; reported, 2820.
ftt Foiat San Jo86, biiL(S. No. 755) for
Ihe relief of the former occupants of
i]hft4^reeeat, in San Francisco — [By
Mr. Casserly.]
ielerred, 1418; reported, 2248 ; dis-
' cussed, 2298; recommitted, 2296;
reported, 8811 ( diacnssed, 8908,4807.
remarks by —
Mr. CasserIy..I418, 2298, 2294, 2295

Mf. Cole 2293, 2294, 2296, 4808

Mn Conkling. 4304, 4807, 4808

Mr. EdflMin^ 2298, 2294

Mff, Frelinghnysen 2294

Mr. Morton 2293

..Mc Pomeroy .2298

Mr. Sherman ..2295,

2296, 4808, 4304, 4307

. . Vr. StMrart 4804,4807

Mr* WUson .• 2293,

2294, 4308, 4804, 4307
Mr. Weet.»2248, 2294, 2295. 2296,8811
bill (S. No. 820) to dispose of the lands
in the, at Fort Smith, in Arkansas —
. (Bf Mr. Wilson.]
referred, 1701.
bill (S. No. 991) to anthoriie the sale
. . iOf the, known as Camp Cady, in the
Sutb of California— [By Mr. Cole.]
referred, 2625.
bill (H. E. No. 2630) to donate the, at
Fort Steilaooom to the TerrtU>ry of
Washington lor the nse of the insane
-a^jlnm.
received from House, 2992; referred,
8027 ; reported, 3352.
bill (H^ K. No. 2698) to proride for the
. , Moment foe cenlaiu property taken
by the Qovernment for the ezteusion
. .J of thti nbOaap MohaTe, in the Ter-

-ritory of Arizona.
1 reoeived fiwn House 8248; referred,
82(72 ; refecred anew, 8470, 4346 ; re-
ported, 4501; reoommiited, 4502.
teiterks by —

Mr. CaldweU « 4501, 4502

Uk Coakiing.. .....4502

Mr. Morrill, of yermota...4501, 4502

Mr. Nye... 4502

Mr. Pomeroy 4846, 4502

Mc.i8hernMn.»^....^ ».4501, 4502

Mr. Stewart 4501, 4502

Nea. Peree ladian,hili (S. No. 1188) to

enable, the Commissioner <^ Indian

Affairs to purchase and pay for certain

improyementB within the, in the ttifri-

. torjr of ldaho^(By Mh Buckingham.]

repotted, 4106.

Presidio, bill(S. No. 810) leasing the, in the

oKy ef San Francisco, for a public park—

[By Mr. Cole.]

reported, . 581 ; disenssed, 663, (amend-

men^ 958,) 1258, 2288.
remarks by —

Mr. Blair £289

Mr. Cole 663,

664, 1258, 2288, 2289, 2290

Me. Corb4»tt. 663, 664

Mr. Edmunds 2288, 2289, 2290

Mr. Frelinghuysen — 663, 664

Mr. Pomeroy 664

Mr. Wilson 958, 2288, 2290



Reservation — OonUnued.
Sionz Indian, bill (8.* No. 562) in relation to
settlers on the late, in Mmnesota — [By
Mr. Ramsey.]
referred, 725 ; reported and passed, 8552 ;
passed House^ 4356 ; enrolled, 4417 ;
approved, 4475.
B«servatioas^ Indian, bill (S.* No. 564) pro-
viding for the cession by the State of
Texas of certain territory of that State
to the United Staites for-«-{By Mr, Flan-
agan.]
referred, 725; notice, 1891; discnesed,

1490.
remarks by —

Mr. Flanagan.....': 1891, 1490, 1491

military, resolution calling for a list of the,
in San Franoisoo, Cahforniar— [By Mr.
Cole, February 12, 18?2.]
agreed to, 954.

bUl (H. R. No. 1803) to amend the first
section of an aot to provide for the
disposition of useless, Approved Feb-
ruary 24, 1871.
received from House, 1858-; referred,
1388; reported, 1986; passed, 2286.
bill (H. R. No. 27^6)/ to amend an act to
provide for the disposition of useless,
approved February 24, 1871.
received from House, 8270; referred,
8272 : reported, 8470; passed, 4302;
enrolled, 4402.
Retherford, William H., bill (S. No. 702j for
the relief of, and George Rains, or the
fiivt Michigan cavalry volunteers-«[By
Mr. Chandler.]
referred, 1177.
Retrenchment, Senate concurrent resolution
for the appointment of a joint select Com-
mittee on — [By Mr. Trumbull, December
7, 1871.]
read, 42.
Revenue, bill (S. No. 800) relating to the
collection of the — [By Mr. Osborn.]
referred, 1624.

Commissioner of Internal, bill (S. No. 343)
to reduce internal taxes and to abolish
the office of— [By Mr. Sumner.]
notice, 36; read- and discussed, 45 ; re-
ferred, 47 ; committee discharged and
bill indefinitely postponed, 1785.
internal, bill (S. No. 258) to promote the
collection of— [By Mr. Lewis.]
reported adversely and indefinitely post-
poned, 205.
bill (S. No. 276) to p^mots the collection
of— [By Mr. Frelitighuysen.]
reported adversely and indefinitely post-
poned, 1176.
Revenue bills, resolution of the House in
regard to the respectivs powers of the two
i Houses as to.

received from House, 2098 ; referred, 2248 ;
^ referred anew, 2318; discussed, 2818;

reported, 27 M.
remarks by —

Mr. Carpenter 2716

Mr. Casserly .^...;. 2248, 2319

Mr. Conkling ...2819

Mr. Morrill, of Vermoat. 2098

Mr. Scott ; 2319

Mr. Sherman .2248, 2818,' 2319

Mr. Thurman J - 2811>, 6820

resolution for printing extra oothos of the

report upon the reeshition of the House

in regard to-*-[By Mr. CftrpenteiU April

24,1172,] ''

. referred, 2716 ; reported and agreed to,

2759.

Revenue report, internal. Senate concurrent

resolution for printing additional copies

- of the — [By Mr* Howe, December 11,

1871.1
referred, 56$ reported and agreed to, 68;
concurred in by House, 877;
Revenue service, internal, bill (H. R. No.
2188) to dispense with informers in the.
received from House, 2098; referred, 2117;
reported and indefinitely postponed, 8890.



Rev«4ntionar7 Claims, Committee on. ..42, 282

reports from i...2088,

2119,2674,2959,4086,4214
Reynolds, Benjamin W.. bill (8. No. 670) for
the relief of— [By Mr. Carpenter ]
referred, 1113; reported, 2560.
bill (H.^R. No. 1684) for the relief of.
received from House, 3579; read, 8598;
reported, 4408, 4462; passed, 4462;
enrolled, 4473.
Reynolds, Dr. Marcus, 'bill (S. No. 208) for
the relief of, of Summer county, hi South
Carolina— [; By Mr. Pratt.]
roportecl and indefisitely postponed, 1449.
Reynolds, Samh, bill (H. R. No. 2447) grant-
- mf a pension to.
received from House, 2725 ; referred, 2725.
Ricej Benjamin F., a Senator from Arkan-
sas . ...« 1

petition^ presented by /. 294, 878,

481, 949, 1127, 1225, 1448, 1664, 2560
bills introduced by —

No. 822 — to authorize the Secretary of
the Treasury to pa^ to the owners the
proceeds of certain cotton seized in
violation of instractions from the Treas-
ury Department 8

No. 882 — to provide for a building for the
use of the Federal courts, post office,
internal revenue, and other civil offices
in the city of Little Rock, Ark-
ansas.. 120

No. 424 — to incorporate the Red River

Raft Company 285

No. 461 — for the relief of the Memphis

and Little Rock Railroad Company, 880

No. 628 — authorising terms of the United

States district court to be held at Fort

Gibson, in the Indian territory 058

No. 711 — explanatory of joint resolution

■ Improved July 11, 1870, amendatory of

joint resolution for the relief of certain

officers of the Army, approved July 26,

1^66 ,...1207

No. 764 — to relieve innocent purchasers
of land84 entered in accordance with an
act of Congress approved August 4,

1854. in the State of Arkansas 1489

No. 787 — to provide for the improvement
of Washita river above the city of

Arkadelphia, in Arkansas 1557

No. 827 — for the relief of the freed men
of the Choctaw and Chickasdw na-
tions * 1758

No. 838-^to facilitate the trials of crim-
inal causes and reduce expenses in
thb western judicial district of Ark-
ansas 1785

No. 860 — for the rel'ef of Benjamin L.

flritton * 1989

No. 869— for the relief of John H. Hmch- _
inson and Thomas U. Hutchinson, of De '
Witt, Arkansas county, Arkansas, 1964
No. 1008 — to con6rm certain etitries of

lands therein nam«d 2561

reports made by 2958, 8278, 8815

incidental remarks by 85, 497. 9^,

1268, 1897, 1448, 1486, 1693, 1894, 4183
> remarks on the bill amending resolution for

the relief of certain officers 1207

on the -legislative appropriation bill,

1896, 1575
on the supplementary Texsa Pacific rail-
toad bill 2607, 2608, 2609, 2611

on the case of Hon. Joseph C. Abbott,

from North. Carolina 2676

on the deficiency a'ppjpopriation bill. ..2775
on the naval apprepriation bill , 2976, 2977
on the Post Office appropriation bill,

8120, 8181
on the riVer and harbor appropriation

bill 3316, 4286, 4287

on the bill authorizing the terms of the
United States court in the Indian

territory 8416

on the entorcemeut bill (S. No. 791), 3420

on the civil appropriation bill 4266

on the bill to issue college scrip to Ark-
ansas 4477, 4478, 4480, 4481



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Bicbarcls, Cbarles, bill (H. E. Ko.'^802) fbr
the relief of.
received from House, 8641 : referred, 8647.
Biemann, Henry, bill (H. K. No. 2528) grant-
ing a pe»eion to.
received from Honse, 2768 ; referred, 2764.
Bigg, Edwin A., bill (S. No. 620) for tbe relief
of, late lieutenant colonel first regiment
infantry California Tolunteers— [By Mr.
Cole.]
referred, 622.
Bight of wajr— see PubHe Lands.
Bigbte — see Oitizena,

BUey, Margaret, bill (H. B. No. 2466) grant-
ing a pension to.
received from House, 2725; referred, 2725;
reported and passed, 8686; enrolled,
8704.
Binggold, A. J., bill (S. No. 958) for tbe relief
of tbe widow and beirs-at-Iaw of, late of tbe
Btateof Califomia—CBy Mr. Vickers.]
referred, 2858.
Bitcbey,* Amanda M., bill (S. No. 878) grant-
ing a pension to the minor cbildren
of— [By Mr. Edmunds.]
reported and passed, 2010; passed Hoase,
2725; enrolled, 2796 ; approved, 2998.
Birer, bill (H. H. No. 1074) to provide for tbe
survey of tbe harbor and, at Wasbington,
DmtriCt of Columbia,
received from Hotfse, 480; referred, 484:
referred anew, 723 ; reported, 817 ; passed
witb amendment, 1178; concurred in by
House, 1228; enrolled, 1282.
Blue Eartb, bill (S. No. 648) declaring tbe,
in the State of Minnesota, not to be a
navigable stream — [By Mr. Corbett.]
reported, 1085; passed, 1035.
Columbia, resolution calling for information
as to the cost of tbe improvement of
the— [By Mr. Corbett, Decetaiber 14,
1871.)
agreed to, 121.
Mississippi, bill (3. No. 502) to perfect navi-
gation on the — [By Mr. Ramsey.]
referred, 452; reported, 1112.
bill (H. K. No. 1027) to perfect naviga-
tion on the.
received from Honse, 2122; printed,
2151 ; referred, 2318 ; reported, 2528 ;
report withdrawn, 2523; reported,
2524; discussed, 2524.
bill (S. No. 948) providing for tbe transit
of merchant vessels of heavy draught
acrods the bar at the month of the —



fBy Mr. Kellogg.]
eferred, 2'



referred, 2249 ; reported adversely and
indefiniieiv postponed, 2678.
resolution calling far report on the con-
dition of the, near St. Louis and
Alron— [By Mr. Blair, April 19,
1872.]
agreed to, 2561.
Ohio, bill (S. No. 557) making an appro-
priation for the improvement or the
ialU of the, and tbe Louisville canal —
fBy Mr. Stevenson.]
referred, 696.

bill (H. R. No. 2208) to improve tbe
navigation of the, and its tributaries,
received from House, 2187 ; referred,
2246.
Be(T, resolution inquiring the probable cost
of removing the rait in, above Shreve-
port, Louisiana— [By Mr. Kellogg, Jan-
uary 80, 1872.]
agreed to, 696.

re«plution calling for information in ref)lr-
ence to the rmprovemeni of ihe — [By
Mr. Kellogg, February 9, 1872.]
agreed to, 907.
bill (S. No. 640) to aid in the removal of
the raft from — [By Mr. Kellogg.]
referred, 1006.
Washita, bill (S. No. 787) to provide for
the improvement of, above the city of
Arkadelphia, in Arkansas — [B^ Mr.
Bifee.l
referrea, 1557.



Rxr^t^ConHnutd.
Yellowstone, resolntion for printing reports
on tbe valley of the — [By Mr. Anthony,
April 22, 1872.]
reported and agreed to, 2681.
Senate concurrent resolution for print-
ing three thousand additional copies
or the letter of the Secretary of War
accompanying the engineer's report
ofa reconnoissance of the, in 1871 —
' [Bf Mr. Casseriy, June T, 1872.]
reported and agreed to, 4834.
Biver and harbor appropriation bill, resolu-
tion limiting tbe debate on the — [By Mr.
Anthony, Biay 10, 1872.]
agreed to, 8275.
Biver Improvement Cbmpany, Bed, bill (S.
No. 114) to incorporate the Shrev^ort
and— [By Mr. Kellogg.]
referred anew, 484.
Biver improvements, bill f 8. No. 878) grant-
ing lands to aid in tne construction of
canals and, in Florida-^[By Mr. Osborn.]
referred, 1129.
Biverft, bill (3. No. 87) for the pt^servation
of tbe harbors, and navigable, of the
United States against encroachments —
[By Mr. Conkling]
reported, 581.

bill (S. No. 689) to provide for the protec-
tion of the navigable watere of the
United States from obstmction and
damages — [By Mr. Osborn.]
referred, 1006.
Upper Mississippi and Minnesota, bill (S.
No. 888) for the publication of certain
maps of survey of the — [By Mr. Kel-
. Jogg.]

reported, 2058 ; passed, 8486.
resolution in regard to the publicat?on of
tbe maps of tbe survey of the — [By
Mr. Bamsey, March 8, 1872.]
agreed to, 1525.
Senate concurrent resolution for printing
maps of the survey of the — [By Mr.
Anthony, May 24, 1872.]
reported and agreed to, 8808.
Willamette and Colombia, bill (8. No. 510)
for the improvement of the, in Ore-
gon— [Bv Mr. Corbett.]
referred, 484.
Bivers and harbors, Wll (H. B. No. 2208)
making appropriations for the repair,
' preservation, atid completion of certain

public works on.
received from House, 2462 ; referred, 2484 ;
amendments, 2597, 2764, 8066, 8100, 8147,
8174, 8179, 8277i 8816, 3416, 8482, 3577,
8599, 8637, 8647 ; reported, 8674 ; dis-
cussed, 4285; passed with amendment,
4298 ; conference, 4846 ; conference re-

§ort, 4406 ; discussed, 4406 ; agreed to by
enate, 4409 ; by Honse, 4463 ; enrolled,
4465.
remaiks by —

Mr. Alcorn 4291, 4408,4409

Mr. Anthony « 4285. 4286, 4290

Mr. Bayard 8100, 4285

Mr. Blair...: .84 W, 4287, 4295

Mr. BuckinghattiJ 4296, 4406, 4408

Mr. Cameron 4407

Mr. Casseriy 4287

Mr. Carpenter 8100

Mr. Chandler 8574,

4285, 4286, 4287, 4288, 4289,
4291, 4292, 4293, 4294, 4295, 4296,
4297, 4298, 4346, 4406, 4408, 4409

Mr. Cole...4292, 4298, 4295, 4297, 4408

Mr. Conkling 4289, 4290,

4291, 41^4, 4297, 4298, 4407, 4408
Mr. Edmunds 8179, 4285,

4286, 4287, 4295, 4296. 4298, 4406

Mr. Flanagan 4407

Mr. Freiii.ghuysen 4293, 4298

Mr. Hamilton, of Maryland 4286,

4294, 4295, 4296

Mr. Hamilton, of Texas 4287

Mr. Johnston...: 2597,

8056, 8277, 8577, 8647, 4294



Bivers and harbors, bill (H; B. No.MOS)-—

\A}niiiintui

remarks- by^*-

Mr. Kellogg 8068,4287,4288

Mr. Morrill, of Maiee .-4288,

4289, 4290, 4291, 4295, 4296

Mr. Morrtll, of Vermont 8482, 4408

Mr. Morton ...8147, 3647

Mr. Osborn 2T§4» 3599

Mr. Pomeroy 4294, 4298, 4296, 4406

Mr. Pool ...4294, 4295

Mr. Pratt : ■ .,.8637,

4292, 4298, 42l95, 4296, 4297

Mr. Bamsey ;....8574, 8847, 4286,

4291, 4292, 4298, 4295, 4296, 4208

Mr. Bice- 8816/4286, 4287

Mr. Sanlsbury 5SW7, 4294

Mr. Sawyer ; 4291, 4406

Mr. Scott..; 817#, 4269, 4290 '

Mr. Sherman ....• 8179,

4585, 4286, 4287, 4289, 4295

Mr. Spencer ..,.^...........8174,

4406, 4407, '4#8, 4409

Mr. Stewart ...;:..:.4297, 4406

Mr. Stockton ;i..... 2597,

8179, 4299^,-4298, 4298

Mr, Thurman .'.../««. 8574,

4286, 4*KJ, 4297, 4298

Mr. Trutebull .:.-. 4297,

4298, 4406, 4407, 4408

Mr. West 4406, 4407, 4408

Mr. Wrtght... 8316

yeas and nays on the..'...... 4297, 4409

Bives & Bailey, communicatfon frdm, in refer*
encd to the snnpression pf certain re-
marks of Mr. Hamtin'fVom tbe debates

of January 26 ;...-.... 906

Boad, bill (S. No. 513) to extend tbe time for

the completion of the military, from Fort

Wilkins, at Copper Harbor, in Michigan,

to Fort Howard, at Green Bay. in Wis-

' cousin — [By Mr. Perry, of 'Mlcniganr.]

referred, 484.

bill (S. No. 66t) to extend the time for tbe
completion of a military, froih Fort
Wilkins, at Copper HarboT,tn Michigan,
to Fort Howard, in Wiiconsin— [By Mr.
Chandler.]
referred, 1112.
bill (H. B. No. 678) to etteo* !!ie time for
tbe completion of tbem!1itary,frott Fort
Wilkins, at Copper Harbor, Michigan,
to Fort Howarti, at Green Say, Wis-
consin,
received from House, 2090 ] reftrred,2117 :
referred dneW, 2185 ; reported and /
passed, 2886 ; eh^Hed, 2494.
bill (S. No. 888) to sntborize tbe construe-



tion of a pneumatic tube, between the
cities of New York and New Orleans —
[By Mr. Wilst^n.] '
referred, 2032. ' '

Bobb, T. P., bill (H. B. N6. 216?) for tbe
relief of, of Sarannah, Geor^a.
received firom House, 3869 ; feterfed, 8888 ;
reported and passed, 4192; enrolled,
4345. . •'

Boben Corsob, bill (H.'B. No. 2896) for the
relief of the owners of tbe schooner,
teeeived firom tbe House', 886^; referred,
3888. ' ^ *

Bobetts. Breiret Brigadier Qeneml F. 8., bill
(S. No. 369) to confer dpo^ the Court of
Claims Jorisdictlon 6f tH\ cUitti of^[By
Mr. Wngbt.] ^ '

referred, 47.
Boberts, Marshall 0., bill^ (H.-R. If 6.1896) for
the relief of.
received from the House, 8478? referred,
8490.
Boberts, Mrs. Mollie L., bill (H. B. No. 2486)
granting a pension to.
received from the Honse, 2725; referred,
2725.
Boberison, Delilah, bfll (H. B. Na. 1208)
granting a pension to.
received from Honse, 620; referred, 662;
reported adversely and indefinitely post-
poned, 2185.



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INDEX TO SBlJrATB PEOCEEPINGS.



BobarttM^ ThiimM J*f « Senator foom SoaUi

Carolioa. .••••• ..r******!*^ #«••••!

petitions presented by .^ ^153t

^V^ KW^k 1255, 1880, 1937, 2010, 2453
bills Introduced hy-^

^Ot 524-^to CQfrect a derical error com-
fltiiUed in the enrolloMOlt of an act
approved MarQh 7^ 1870, lo relief e cer-
tain persons therein nam^ 545

No. 871-^te se^ora aoiiomiity in tha gauge
of railroads of the United Stales... 1964

N.Of 1168— to remove the legal and polit-
Mililiaa(>ttitiiMQf oMtfin persons therein

jmnrdi J •»• •-f^.t«.*«.ff«.*3870

reporti mwde bj ^.46, 545, 8870

iwidMi^l te»»rks by ^90, 236,

j^ 465, 548, 551, 556, 564, 5«8, 584,
666, 707, 767, 842, 909, 1131, 1151,
X88^ |9Hi 1963, 1966, 2012, 2013, 2014,
2082, 2152, 2154, 2248,2386, 2390, 2454,
aW7vW»i, «58, 4218, 4416, 4465, 4468
remarks on the amnesty a#m civil rjchts bill
<& R, U^. 380), 27, 28, 45, 55, 287, 249,
^7^ 276, 279, 280, 492, 495, 581, 532,
588, 589, 590, 679, 707. 726, 731, 767,
i81^-860, 900, 918, 919, 921, 925, 927

90 the order of business, 212, 584. 6(i6, 667,
e^ 767) 982, 2084. 2085, 2l87, 2246,
2359, 2382, 2522, 2672, 4142, 4159, 4338

on l^e bill nelating to the overland
in»ilsM.« ,.-1151» 1152, 1158, 1154

on Rale 47, in regard toadmuvsions to the
floor ^ » 1415

on tha Lako St. C^oix and Lake Superiof
railroad bill^ ,...1987, 1988, 1989

on the biU to repeal the duties on tea and



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