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coffee 2036, 2037, 2042, 2043

on the Mifui appropriatioD bill, 2068, 2069,

, 2072, 5Q96, 2097, 2098, 2100,

.2167, 2168, 2189, 2191, 2192,

2193, 2200, 220l1, 2326, 2326

99 t|ia p^mmuoicatf 019 irow Wade Hamp-
ton and others in reference to their
Cc^^ofctipQ with fhe Ka Klux organiza-
lioo....,..,^.**,.^... 2083,2084

iOn the Fiedmont and Fotomae Railroad
Company l)iU ^ 2125, 2160

on the coal-land bill 2430, 2431

on the bill to provide for the redemption

.. of lan^aaold fur direct taxes 2455

on the bill to establish a municipal court
iniha CMrict of Cojumbia^ 2533

op tbB auippiementary Texas Paci^c rail-
road bill.... 2624, 2625

on tha e^oiH9«ment ^iU (6. No^ 791),
34^ ^420, 3421, 3425, 2426, 3^0, 3431

on the bill .extending the ;ejDforcement
MBtMM».~.M .,^.^......3432, 8710, 3713

on tba^viirights biU($. No. 1X41), 3730,
3731, a78^, 3736

on the bill to remove disabilities (11. R.
No. 2761)« i 3736, 3737

4>n tbe ^1 ito remove disai£iliiies (S. No.
1168) ^3870,4399, 4400

on 4be Uriff m»<l tax bil) 3906,

., 391^,3957,4043

on the civil appropriation bill,

4imiA2i», 425^, 42^7, 4^8, 4259^

43^, 4266, 4267, 4268, 4271, 4272,

, mh 4274, 4276, 4)2/7, 4278, 48^8,

4354, 4372, 4385, 4386, 4393, 4398

Oft tiieciHiU lOiP^v^t cruelty to animals
in uwnsit by railroad, 4201, 4234, 4235

4)# ibfS Orange, ^l^^audria, and Manf&ssas
railroad tUl 4220, 4237

on the case of Joseph C. Abbott— see

RobinsonTrrances A., bill (II. R. No. 2896)
Xior thojjioiief of, ladminist^alrix of the
estate ot John M. Robinson, deceased,
■■eoeivffd ^oqi House, 3869 ; referred, 8888.

Rock Island, bill (S* No. 581) to empower
tli^e 3eqreiary of War to establish under
certain conditions a horse rail war upon
find over the islatod of, and the oridges
erected by the United States connecting
the cities of Davenport aud Rock Island
therew^h'-^CBy Mc. Earlan.]
referred, 817.



Rogers, G. E , bill (S. No. 750) for tbAJColmf
of— [By Mr. Ramsey.]
reported, 1413.
Rogers, Sion H., bill (H> R. No. 2617) to
remove legal and political disabilities of.
received from House, 2383 ; referred, 2906 ;
reported, ^021.
Rogers, William H., bill (H. R. No. 1200)
granting a pension to.
received from House, 620j referred, 662;
reported, 2011 ; recomniitted, 2525.
Rose, Catharioe, bill (tL iW Nou 2515) grant-
ing a pension to.
received from Exmse, 2763 ; referred, 2764.
Rose, John B., bill (S. No. 858) granting a
pension to, of Indiana — [By Bir. Pratt ]
referred, 1938 ^ reporjbed,^73 ; passed, 4037$
passed House, 4356 ; enrolied, 4417 ; ap-
proved, 4475.
Rudolph, Martha a.,bill(H. R. No. 2393)
granting a pension to.
received &om House, 2724; referred, 2725;
reported adversely and indefinitely post-
poned, 3247; reconsidered and recommit-
ted, 8477 ; reported, 9534; passed, 4037 5
enrolled, 4109.
Rule 24, resolution amending, in reg&rd to
the presentation of petitions-— [By Mr.
Sherman, February 5, 1872]
referred,818 ; reported, 1390$ discussed, |.558.
remarks by —

Mr. Anthony....*..... 1559

Mr. Ferry, of M,ichigan..... ....1558

Mr. Hamlin ..1558

Mr. Pomeroy.j. 1890, 1658

Mr. Sherman ^ *....818, 1559

Mr. Sumner 1390, 1568

Mr. Wright «1559

Rule 47, resolution amendtag^ in regard to
admissions to the floor — [By Mr. Pome-
roy, March 4, 1872]
reported, 1389 ; discassed, 1414.

Rules, the Committee on..... »*.%« 42

instructions to 2883

reports from ^^..^ , 1389

resolution to amend the, so as to provide
for the consideration of treaties with
foreign Powers in open session — \^y
Mr. aonjner, May 18, 1871,]
called up, 232.
resoluiioii proposing amendments to the —
[By Mr. Anthpny, Apra26, 1872.) ,
referred, 2798.
resolution amending, 6^ and 51 — [By Mr.
Pomeroy, March 4, 1872.]
reported, 1389; discusaed, 1414.
remarks by-
Mr. Casserly ....1414

Mr. Conkling.. 1389

Mr. Pomeroy ,* 1389, 1414

Mr. Trumbull ^. ..a414

Bouse conctirrept resolution susi^endin^ the
sixteenth and seventeenth joint, during
the remainder of the present session,
received from House, 3894; concurred in,
3895 ' *

Rupp, George H., bill (H. k No. 1546) for
the relief of. ' *

received from House, 1107; ref<prred, 1112;
reported, 2249; passed* 22,63; ourolled,
2859
Russell, J. H., bill (B. No. l65^) referring the
claim of, to the Court of CWois — IJ^y Mr.
Ferry, of Michigan.]
referred, 2867.
Russell, Levi S., bill (S. No. 789) to relieve-
of Chatham cpuat^r, Qeorg'a, of his polit
ical disabilities — [By Mr. Fenton.]
referred, 1557.

bill (S. No. 945) for the vemoval of the
political disabilities of» of Savannah,
Geo rgia-^[ By Mr. Morton.]
referred, 2285.
Russell, Mrs. Martha L. House, ^itl (S. No.
163) for the relief of— [By Mr. Pratt.]
reported, 85 ; report read:, 3251 ; bill passed,
2252; passed House vi^h amendment,
8641; agreed to, 3697; enrolled, 8704;
approved, 3897.



Outsell, WUHam Pm bill (3. No. 960) for the
relief of— [By Mr. Morrill, of Vermont.]
reported adversely and indefinitely post-
poned, 889.
Ryan, Abigail, bill (S. No. 805) gguating a pen-
sion to, widow of Thomas A. Ryan — [By
Mr. Saulsbnry.]
reported and passei), 1665; passed House,
2155 ; enrolled, 2187 ; vetoed, 2434 : veto
referred, 2435; new bill reported and
passed, 3768; see bill S. No. 1150.^
bill (S. No. 1150) granting a pension tOf
widow of Thomas A. liyan — [By Mr.
. SauW»ury.]

reported and passed, 8768; passed House,
4^56^ enroUed, 4417 ; approved, 4475.

8.

Sag Harbor. biU rS, No. 68) providing fortbf
eala of land belonging to the United
Staffs situated at, Suffolk oonnty, in New
York— [By Mr. Wilson.]
passed, -^3.
Sailors-^seeJ^oun^' Pensions; PubUeldmds.
Salaries, bill (S. No. 340) fixing the, of cer-
tain offi$;ers — [Bv Mr. Brownlow,]
read, 36; referred, 42, 43; reported ad-
versely and indefipitely postponed, 889»
bill (S. No. 411) to establish the, of the col-
lectors of customs at certain poria of
entry^f By Mr. Osbom.]
referred, 206.
bill CS. No. 773) to provide for the refunding
of taxes paid by State officers upon
their- [By Mr. Prau.]
referred, 1525 ; reported adversely, 1588.
l^ill (6. No. 7861 fixing the, 0(f the district
attorney and the marshal of the United
States for the district of Nevada— FBy
Mr. Nye.}
referred, 1557.
bill (S. No. 813) to provide for the refunding
of taxes paid by the State officers npon
their — [By Mr. Stevenson.]
referred, 1666 ; reported, 3768.
Salary — see Compensation ; iW.
bill (H. R. No. 1065) to regukte the, of the
consul at Tien-Tsin, China,
received from House, 429 ; referred, 448 ;
reported, 520 ; passed, 3277 ; enrolled,
3318
bill (S. No. 699) fixing the, of the United
States attorney and United States jnar-
shal for the district of Nebraska — [By
Mr. Hiicbcock.]
referred, 1177; reported, 1448; passed,
4141; passed House, 4356; enrolled,
4417: approved, 4475.
bill (S. No. 851) to empower C. Q. Shep-
herd, oharg6 d'affaires at Japan, to
draw his, as such officer-^[By Mr.
Nye.]
referred, 1888 ; reported and passed, 2674.
bill (9. R..>^o.23a2) to fix tbe, of the mem-
bers of the Board of Health of the Dis-
trict of Columbia,
received from Hou8e,2566; re&rred, 2595 ;
reported, 2959.
Salt, bill (H. R. No. 173) to repeal the cUitiea
on.
substitute reported, 402: discussed, 402;
recommitted, 404; substitute reported,
1151 ; extra copies printed ^ 1177 ; motion,
J667 ; discussed. 1679, 1704, (amendments,
1711, 1773,) 1829, 1854, (amendment,
1888.) 1889; tabled, 1894; remarks, 1894;
called up, 1967.
remarks by —

Mr. Cameron 1891, 1898, 1894

Mr. Casserly 1177

Mr. Chandler. 1829, 1893, 1894

Mr. Cole 1151, 1710, 1867, 1891

Mr. Corbett 1861, 1802, 1889, 1892

Mr. Edmunds 1706,

1710, 1861, 1891, 1802, 1898

jMr. Ferry, of Connecticut 404

Mr. Frelinghuysen 1773,

1831, 1854, 1889
Mr. Hamilton, of Maryland 1831



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fifth, bill (H. R. No. \n)''CanUnued. "
remarks by —

Mr. Hill : .1669

Mr. Johnston 1866, 1857

Mr. Morrill, of Vermont, 403, 404, 1679,
1681, 1706, 1829, 1891, 1892, 1894

. Mr. Morton 1866, 1867, 1861,1891

Mr. Pomeroy.: 1861, 1892

Mr. Sawyer 1857, 1888

Mr. Scott 404, 1161, 1681,

1710, 1711, 1861, 1891, 1892, 1967

Mr. Sherman 402, 403,

404, 1151, 1667, 1679, 1681, 1704,
1706, 1710, 1829, 1857, 1861, 1862,
1889, 1891, 1892, 1893, 1894, 1967

Mr. Sumner 1866, 1857

Mr. TrambulT, 402, 403, 404, 1161, 1679,
1861, 1891, 1892, 1893, 1894,^ 1967

yeas and n^ys on the ..404, 1891, 1894

resolution for printing extra copies Of the
bill to repeal the duties on - [By Mr.
Sherman, February 21. 1872.]
referred, 1151; reportea and agreed to,
1177.
Salt- works, bill (S. No. 161) fbr the relief of
those suffering from the destruction of
the, near Manchestei^, Kentucky, pursuant
to the orders of Major General D. Carlos
Buell— [By Mr. Pratt.]
reported, 1176; discussed, 2258; passed,

2269.
remarks by —

Mr. FreKnghuysen 2258, 2259

Mr. Pratt 2268, 2269

Mr. Stevenson 2269

San Domineo, resolution of inquiry as to the
cost of yessels employed on the coasts
of— [By Mr. Sumner, December 19, 1871.]
read, 211 ; agreed to^ 236.
Sao Francisco, resolution in teference to pub-
lic buildings at — [By Mr. Cole, January
11, 1872.]
agreed to, 364.
San Qorgonio, bill (S. No. 783) to aathorize
the district court of the United States for
the district of California to hear and de-
termine upon its merits the claim of Pau-
line Weaver and others to the tract of land
in California known afi - [By Mr. Cole.]
referred, 1557.
Sargent, Aaron A., a Senator-elect from Cal-
ifornia, credentials of, presented 1314

Sartori, Captain Louis C, bill (S. No. 1174)
fixing rank of— [By Mr. Frelinghuysen.]
referred, 8988.
Saulsbury, Eli, a Senator from Delaware, 234

petitions presented by 234,

401, 867, 1062, 2660, 3470
bills Introduced by —

No. 714 — to provide for the erection of a
post office building at Dover, in the

State of Delaware 1226

No. 805— granting a pension to AMgail
Ryaa, wWow of Thomas A. Ryan, 1665
No. 1149 — granting a pension to Catha-
rine Crowell 3768

No. 1160— granting a pension to Abigail
Ryan, widow of Thomas C. Ryan, 3768
resolnnon submitted by-"-
in reference to Edward M. McCook, Gov-
ernor of Colorado Territory— [January

16, 1872] 406

reports made by, 450, 889, 1256, 1469^ 1665,
1849, 1988, 2158, 2367, 2623, 3246, 3768

incidental remarks by 1849, 2153,

2524, 2925, 3055, 8125, 3602,
8728, 3736, 8989, 4105, 4404
remarks on the bill to authorize the discon-
tinuance of certain grades in the mili-
tary service 834

on the amnesty and civil rights bill (H.

R. No. 880) 688,

698, (see Appendix j) 845, 928
on the case of Clayton Camp and David

Gist, contumacious witnesses 665'

on the order of business 767,

8475, 3561, 3578

on the bill relating to depoHits of soldiers,

&c 1488, 14d9, 2296



Sftnlferbury, Bli, a Senator from Delaware-*

Continued,

remarks on the legislative appropriation bill,

1501,1673,1674

on the Lake 3t. Oroix and Lake Superior

railroad bill 1860

on the Piedmont and Potomac Railroad

Company bill 2161, 2166

on the case of Hon. Joseph C. Abbott,

from North Carolina 2482, 2433

on the bill to further the administration

of justice 2498

on the bill to establish a municipal court

in the District of Columbia, 2585, 2586

ot the riter and harbor appropriation

bill 2597,4294

tm the supplementary Texas Pacific rail-
road bill ^ 2614* 2615

on the Post Office appropriation bill, 8035,

3104, 8186

on the bill is reference to the election

for pr^identtal electors in Lonisiana,

8288,3284

On the Mfore^ment bill (S. No. 791),

8881, 8882, 8888, 3428

on the Baltimore and Potomac railroad

bill 8602,8605, 8584, 8585

OP the bill extending the 'enforcement

act 8588, 8589, 8716, 8726

on the question of final adjournment,

8606, 8607, 4155

on the supplemental apportionment

bill 3699

on the bill to adjust the claims of New

Hampshire 3701

on the bill to remove disabilities (H. R.

No. 2761) 3736

on the tariff and tax bill 4003, 4044

on the bill granting a pension to John S.

Corlett 4218, 4219

0(1 the bill to prevent cruelty to animals
in transit by railroad... 4232, 4236, 4237

on the civil appropriation bill 4247,

4249, 4255, 4258, 4266, 4271, 4365,

4371, 4372, 4374, 4375, 4377, 4890

Saanders, W. L. , • resolntion directing the

arrest and detention of, for his contempt

of the order of the Senate.

reported, 24 ; disenssed, 87 ; agreed to, 212;

motion to reconsider, 216.
remarks by-*-

Mr. Bayard 213

Mr. Blair 212, 218, 214

Mr. Carpenter 87, 88, 39, 40, 214

' Mr. Conkling 40,41,213,215

Mr. Edmund '. 27,

87,88,89,40,41,214,215

Mr. Prelingbuysen 40

Mr. Morten 38, 40, 41

Mr. Pomeroy '....41, 216, 216

Mr. Scott....* 24,

25, 27, 87, 89, 41, 212, 218, 216, 216

Mr. Sherman. « 41

Mr. Thurman...*. 212, 214, 216, 216

Mr. Trumbull 26, 27

Savage, Jentiie E., bTll (U. R. No. 2654) for
the relief of.
received from House, 2768; referred, 2764.
Savage, Simeon, bill (8. No. 649) for the relief
of— [By Mr. Morrill, of Maine.]
referred, 1036; committee discharged and
bill indefinitely postponed, 1819 ; recon-
sidered, 1850; recoroitoitted, 87€6 ; re-
ported, 3986 ; passed, 4160; passed House,
4468; enrolled, 4466; approved, 4504.
Saw- mills, bill (S. No. 896) for the protection
"of owners of,' on the Mississippi river—
[By Mr. Harlan.]
reierred, 2059 : reported, 4142.
Sawyer, Frederidt A., a Senator from South

Carolina 1

petitions presented by.... 158, 811, 878, 401,
481, 482, 519, 680, 663, 696, 888,
905, 961, 977, 1160, 1206, 1224, 1847,
1412, 2285. 2484,2680,2867,2906,8173
bills introduced by —
No. 580 — to encourage and promote tele-
j^phio communication between Amer-
ica, Asia, and Europe 755



Sttwyef, Frederick A.> a SMwtor ^nr 8«nit^

Caroli na — Continued,
bills introdoced by-*

No 601 - to create the tenth jvdieial cir-
cuit « ..M..840

No. 602 — to provide for the appointment
of a district judge lor the weetem cir-
cuit of South CaroHBi^«,«.,«..,.i. 840

No. 668^to rettore the legal Md polit-
ical disabilities of B« M. 9«flbrook, of
South Carolina « V...1118

No. 726-^10 grant additioinil compensa-
tion to the marsfaat of the district of
South CaroUna for the y—f sw dih g June
80, 1872 .......^^^/*»^.v*j.lti56

No. 887-^io aothoriMs the iesne of an
Amerioan register to-tb« brig Ddf bine,

^ 1759

No. 876— to avihoriz6 i1f« bvUding of a
ligiit-hoase on Hunting le)aa4, South
Oarolfna. • .*»..<«.r..*^.*.....1987

Ho. 882— to authorise the ieitleniMt of
the claiea of the WllttiingtMi Md Man-
ohcster Railroad Company^^..^ 4.2012

No* 968-^na4iiig fto a py to^»iitttion for
instruments- to be used in taking obser-
▼ations upon the tramsit of Vetfos in
1874 ...-^...* 2886

No. 964 — to amend an act to amend the
fifth section of an 'act 44oalteg 'public
lands to the several States and Territo-
ries whtch fliay pr0l4d« ooAle^to Ibr the
benefit of agriculture and the mechanic
arts, approved July 2, 1962, 06 aiPto ex-
tend the time within which the provis-
ions of said aot shaH be accepted and
such colleges establieh^d, approved
July 28, 1866.. .....u..*»-..u; 2385

No. 1017— ^r the relief of AleMander
McLeod *...*. 2681

No. 1084 — authorizing Samuel Watrous
and others to bare th«ir fMim tD cer-

• tain land in New Mezieo ad}iidi«ttted in
the proper courts.... i 8178

No. 1085^for the relief «# P. 4>'Don-
nell 3178

No. 1128— to establish a aati«gal univer-
sity ..-. 8637

commrrent resolution sttbcaHtad bt-*-*>

to correct a clerical error in the enroll-
ment of the biH (H. ft. No. S663) to
grant additional compensation to the
marshal of So«th weHaih^[4ane 4,

1872] ...............4237

resolutions submitted bin*—

in reference to the New York post oflBce
defalcatioB— [Deeeaber 2(1, 1871], 262

calling for information integard to moneys
due to States under th* aiet of June 7,

1862— [February 19, 1872] 1113

, reports made by 851, 425,

952, 1109, 12i0. 1785,
1888, 2885t t#87, 4385

incidental remarks by »..<..,8B, 854, 581,

582, 1154, 116ay 1968j2154r 2885, 2456,
2486, 2678, 2877, 2906, 2910, 8056. 8099,
8598,8602, 8687. 8766, 8771, 8772, 8811,
8868, 3987; 8989, 4086, 4106,>4141, 4234,
4287, 4885, 4896^4417, 4479, 4501, 4602
remarks on the amnesty and eivil rights

bill (H. R. No. 880) .....241, 272,

278,-274. 280, 281, 488, 706, 874,
875, 876. 919, 020, 926, 927. 928

on the Mil to adtais Japanese yO«ihs to
the Military Academy............ 832

*on the bill prottding for tih4 etpeiMes of
the CommtCtee on SootherU Outrages,

851, 863

on the question of reception Of %Be {miiton
of Chinese in regard fo the dalles on
rice -. ...:.... 879

on the Post Office deficiency bill 69(i

on the legislative approprialion bill. ..952,
1425, 1454, 1465, 1456, 1458, 1409, 14G4,
1601, 1597, 1598, 1600, 1601, W36, 1037,
1641, 1674, 1676, 2688, 2718, 2719, 2720

on the order of bnsiness 98;J,

984, 986, 1188, 2150, 2155, 2485, 3811.
8812, 3813, 8894, 4280, 4285, 4410, 46U3



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INDEX TO SENATE PR00EEDING6.



8«w)r«p, Fl>e4«rtok A , a Senator firom Sooth
CvkToVintk—Continued,
remarks on the resolutioo id regard to recom-

meodaUont for office 1207, 1227

on the Chicago relief bill (U. R. No.

666) 1804

OB Iha bill to repeal the duties ou

salt 1867, 1883

on (he bill relating to the diplomatic and

eonanlar systems^ 1948, 1949

on the bill to repeal the duties on tea and

eoffee 1974. 1976, 2029, 2036

OB the Piedmont and Potomac Railroad

CoBfNHijF bill 2128, 2168, 2161, 2163

on ^e Indian appropriation bill 2203,

2S64, 2266, 2266, 2298,' 2836

•bIIm 4efioiMicj appropriation bill, 2437,

2624, 2561, 2662, 2563, 2564, 2566,

2080, 2T25, 2764, 2766. 2766, 2769,

2770, 2778, 2779, 2780, 2802, 2804, 2818,

2814,2816, 2816, 2840. 2841, 3483, 3434

OB the bill to proride for the redemption

of iMidfl sold for direct taxes, 2455, 4263

on ihe bill to pitevide for observations

Bpo» the transit of Venus 2456,

2484, 2486, 2488
OB the bill to establish a municipal court

in the District of Columbia 2529,

> 2630, 2632, 2633, 2534, 2636, 2538
OB tho bill to revise ihe postal code,

2646, 2647

oo^tho bbtbI appropriaiioo IhII 2761,

2844, 2846

on Ihe Boat Office appropriation bill,

2847, 8060, 3062, 3066, 3105,

8106, 8113, 3120, 8181, 8132

OB the Hoosa joint reaolation relating to

the aonthem claims oommi8sioo....2908

OB the bill for the removal of disabilities

(H. R, No. 1060) 3183,

8188, 3189, 3190, 3191

pecBonal aod explanatory 8314

OBtho oBforcemeot bill 8324,

8418, 3419, 84^1, 8422
OB the bill to amend the steamboat law,

3439, 4039

on the postal telegraph bill 3655,

8666, 8667, 3658, 3559, 3561, 8562

OB the Army appropriation bill 8597,

3598, 3615

OB the civil righU bill (S. No. 1141),

8782, 8738, 8739, 3740

OB the bill establishing a labor com mis-

•ioo u 8766, 3772, 3813, 8868

on the tariff and tax bill 8920,

8921, 8922, 3961, 3966, 3971,
4014, 4015, 4016, 4017, 4018, 4020,
4049, 4043, 4052, 4056, 4061, 4062,
4063, 4064, 4081, 4086, 4088, 4216

on the eivii appropriation bill 4164,

4166, 4219, 4288, 4239, 4242, 4246,
. 4947, 4248, 4249, 4265, 4257, 4259, 42tH),
4£6t, 4263, 4264, 4265, 4266, 4267, 4268,
4270, 4274, 4275, 4276, 4847, 4348, 4350,
4862, 4864, 4866, 4894, 4395, 4896, 4397
on the Washington and Point Lookout

raHraad bill 4281, 4282, 4283, 4284

on the riiver and harbor appropriation

biU 4291, 4406

OB the AnacQStia aod Potomac River rail-
road bill 4800,

4306, 4806, 4836, 4398, 4411,
4412, 4418, 4414, 4415, 4416
OB the bill to iasoe college scrip to Ark-
ansas.....^. ....... 4476,4477

Saylert W. A^ hUi (S. No^ 440) for the relief
of— [By Mr. Flaxia^ik]
referred, 318.
Schmr, «bptain W. £., bill (H. R. No. 2586)
£o9 the relief of the minor cbildren of.
received from House. 2763 ; referred, 2764.
Schofield, Susan, bill (U. R. No. 2445) grant-
in|; a pension to.
received from House, 2725; referred, 2725.
School Association, National Union Soldiers*
and Sailors' Orphan Industrial Training,
bill (S. No. 874) to incorporate the — [By
Mr. Logan.]
referred, 1987.



School fund, bill (S. No. 421) to grant to the
State of Missouri all the public lands
within the State remaining undisposed
of, for the benefit of the common, ol said
State— [By Mr. Blair.]
referred, 236.
School reform, bill (S. No. 864) relating to the,
of the District of Columbia — [By Mr.
Patterson.]
referred, 47; reported, 2186 ; passed, 2628 ;
passed House with amendment, 3275;
concurred in, 3277 : enrolled, 8318 ; ap-
proved, 3679.
Schools, bill (S. No. 686) to aothorize the Sec-
retary of the Interior to expend the bal-
. ance of an appropriation made for the
support of indostrial and other, among
Indian tribes — [By Mr. Harlan.]
referred, 682.

bill (S. No. 1188) to endow Reneao Female
University and $ve normal, in the Stete
of Mississippi — [By Mr. Alcorn.]
referred, 8637.
bill (S. No. 1166) aathorizing the appoint-
ment of a board of trustees for colored,
in the District of Columbia — [By Mr.
Patterson.]
reported, 8898.
bill (S. No. 866) to secure equal rights
in the public, of Washington and
Georgetown — [By Mr. Sumner.]
referred, 68; reported, 2484; discussed,
2539, 8057, 8099, 8122, 8124 ; amend-
ment primed, 8174.
remarks by —

Mr. Anthony 2541, 2542

Mr. Bayard 2640, 2541, 2542, 3067

Mr. Cameron. »..2641, 2542, 8100

Mr. Casserly 2640,

2541, 8067, 8058, 3124

Mr. Cole '. 2540, 2641, 3057

Mr. Cragin 3099

Mr. Ferry, of Connecticut .....8067,

8058, 8099, 3122, 3124, 3126

Mr. Hill 2541

' Mr. Nye 3067, 3124, 3125

Mr. Pomeroy 8099,8125

Mr. Stockton 2539,2540

Mr. Sumner 2484,

2539, 2540, 2541, 2542, 3057,
3058, 3099, 3100, 3123, 8125

Mr. Trumbull 3099, 3125

Mr. Vickers 8124,3176

Mr. Windom 3067, 8068, 8125

yeas and nays on the 8100, 8124, 3126

bill (S. No. 430) granting public lands to
the District of Coluaibia for the sup-
port of public — [By Mr. Pumeroy.]
referred, 295.
bill (S. No. 298) directing the conveyance
of certain lots of ground, with the im-
provements thereon, for the use of the
Sublic, of the city of Washington — [By
[r. Patterson.]
reported, 645 ; passed, 2526 ; passed
House with amendment, 8869 : referred,
8888 ; reported and concurred in, 4036 ;
enrolled, 4109; approved, 4222.
bill (S. No. 299) amending an act directing
the conveyance of a lot of ground for
the use of the j>ublic, of tlie city of
Washington— [By Mr. Patterson.]
reported, 646 ; pa88ed,2626 ; passed House
with amendment, 3869; referred, 3888 ;
reoorted and concurred in, 4036 ; en-
rolled, 4109 ; approved 4222.
Schult, Henry T., bill (H. R. No. ,2630) grant-
ing a pension to.
receivea from House, 2726 ; referred, 2725.
Bchultz, Mary A., bill (H. R. No. 2481) grant-
ing a pension to.
received from House, 2768 ; referred, 2764.

Schurz, Carl, a Senator from Missouri 1

petitions presented by 294, 351,877,424,

480, 482, 618, 722, 816, 977, 1034, 1062,

1165, 1254, 1448. 1768, 2286, 2696, 8636

bills introduced by —

No. 669— for the relief of Thomas B.

Wallace, of Lexington, Missouri... ..766



Schora, Carl, a Senator from Miwonrt — Ckm-
tinued,
bills introduced by —

No. 900 — making an appropriation for a
Government building to be used for a
court-house, jpost ofiice, &c., at Jeffer-
son, Missouri 2069

No. 933 — in reference to the carrying of

freight and paHsengers on the Union

PaciBc railroad and ite branches... 2186

resolution submitted by —

calling for information relatini; to the

afiiurs of Cuba— Deeember 19, 187 1 ], 206

incidental remarks by 698,

1180, 1131, 1528, 3698
remarks on the resolution to inqiMre into

the defalcation of J. L. Hodge 60

en ihe resolution providing for a 6nal

adjournment 69, 607, 621

on the resolutions to create a Committee
of Investigation and Retrenchment,*91,
92, 96, 96, 97, 127, 128, 129, 174, 190
on the resolution to inquire iiito the gen-
eral-order business 208

personal and explanatory ...291, 292, 3354
on the resolution in reference to civil

service reform 468

on the amnesty and civil rights bill (H.

R. No. 380) 698, 707

on the resolution to inquire into the sales

of arms 1015, 1017. 1041,

1042, 1043, 1044. 1045, 1046, 1047,
1066, 1067, 1068, 1069, 1070, 1071,



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