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1155, 1182, 1314, 1559, 1560, 1591, 1667,
1668, 1676, 1677, 1678, 1679, 1681, 1701,
1711, 1788, 1848, 1853, 1940, 2454, 2960,
2985, 3123, 8173, 3248, 8475, 3476, 3551,
3578, 3595, 3868, 3893, 3894, 8895, 3896,
3897, 8913, J1990, 4^07,4142, 4307,4496
on the House joint resolution relating to

steam-pressure on tow-boats ....171

on the resolution to inquire into the gen-
eral-order business 209

on the resolution to inquire into the

defalcation of J. L. Hodge 209, 210

on the case of George Goldthwaite, a
Senator-elect from Alabama..... 261, 262
on the question of reception of the peti-
tion of Chinese in regard to the duties

on rice 379

on the bill to repeal the duties on salt,
402, 403, 404, 1151, 1667,
1679, 1681, 1704, 1706, 1710,
1829, 1857, 1861, 1862, 1889,
1891, 1892, 1893, 1894, 1967
on the. bill to regulate the service in the

collection of customs, Ac 405

on the bill declaratory of an act to reduce

internal taxes 411, 412

on the bill to amend the act relating to

artificial limbs .• 451

on the resolution in reference to civil

service reform 459, 462, 463, 464

on the bill for the relief of the sufferers

at Chicago (H. R. No. 555) 483,

553, 554, 556, 561, 756,

767, 890, 1063, 1109, 1804

on the bill to authorize the payment of

duplicate checks of disbursing officers,

520, 521, 545

on the bill to admit certain machinery

free of duty.. « 521. 548, 704

on the resolution providing for a final

adjournment 546, 547, 3572, 3596,

3603, 3604, 3605, 3606, 3890, 3940,

3941, 3942, 3943, 3949, 4168, 4169,

4171, 4172, 4470, 4471, 4473, 4474

on theapportionmentbill,611, 612,613,615,

616, 619, 620, 673, 674, 675, 676, 678

on the resolution for printing Professor

Hayden's report ^ ..723

on the resolution amending the rule in
regard to the presentation of petitions,

818, 1559

on the pension appropriation bill 868

on the three per cent, certificates bill,

890,891
on the resolution in reference to the treaty

of Washington .'.908,909

on the bill relating to transportation in

bond 978, 979

on the Lake St. Croix and Lake Superior

railroad bill ^ 1063,

1763, 1850, 1851, 1989, 1990
on the bill relating to the overland

mails 1151, 1162, 1153

on the resolution to inquire into the sales

of arms 1158, 1159. 1268,

1291, 129^ 1298, 1297, 1298, 1299, 1821
on the bill to prohibit the issue of notes

as currency in certain cases 1178

on Rule 47, relating to admissions to the
floor 1284, 1285, 1414, 1415



Sherman, John, a Senator from Ohio — Con-
iintted.
remarks on petition of citizens of Cincinnati

in relation to tariff laws ......1314

on the bill to reestablish the branch mint

at New Orleans 1310, 1317

on the bill to provide for reporting the

debateaof Congress 1320

on the legislative appropriation bill. ..1424,
1426, 1452, 1401, 1403, 1503. 1534, 1575,
1577, 1595, 1598, 1599, 1600, 1001, 1602,
1603, 1604, 1605, 1632, 1633, 1034, 1635,
1636, 1639, 1041, 1670. 1075, 1G70, 2720
on the bill relating to officers in the quar-
termaster's department 1149, 4010

on the bill granting right of way to. a rail-
road in Florida ....1590

on the resolution in regard to recom-
mendations for office... 1026, 1760

on the bill to repeal the duties on te^ and

coffee (H. R. No. 1537) 1700, 1967,

1971, 1974, 1975, 1970, 1977, 1978,
1979, 1991, 1992, 1993, 1996, 1998,
2003, 2004, 2005, 2014, 2015, 2016,
^ 2017, 2018, 2019, 2021, 2022, 2028,
2029, 2031, 2032, 2034, 2035, 2036,
2037, 2038, 2040, 2041, 2042, 2044
on the soldiers' and sailors* homesiead

bill 1713, 1884, 1888

on the bill authorizing a bridge across the

Ohio river at B vans ville, Indiana, 1821,

1822, 1823

on the House resolution in regard to the

right to originate revenue bills 2248,

2318, 2319
on the bill abating taxes on Bpirits

destroyed in bond 2285,

2359, 2360, 2386, 3352, 3414, 3705
on the bill concerning Puint Sam Jos^

reservation 2295,

2396, 4303, 4304, 4307
on the bill granting a pension to Mrs.

Margaret Nyce 2320

on the Indian appropriation bii( 2337

on the consular and diplotnat'C appropria-
tion bill...2361, 2302, 2363, 2304, 2365
on the bill to provide fur the redem))tion

of lands sola for direct taxes 2454,

2455, 2987, 3890, 4251, 4252, 4258
on the bill to promote the development

of mining resources ,.. .....2401

on the Australian mail line bill. ..!... 2469,

2470, 2471, 2472, 2473

on the bill to perfect navigation on the

'Mississippi river ^2525

on the bili in reference to tax titles in

insurrectionary States... 2526

on ihe bill to fund the Washington city

debt... 2527, 2528

on the bill to establish a municipal court

in the District of Columbia ...2530,

3531, 2532
on deficiency
2729, 2733,
2769, 2772,
3363, 3433,
on debates i
ators ........

on the resG

appropriat

2873,

on the Post C

3029, J

30i55,J

3108, 1

3131, ;

on the rivei

bill.....317S

on the bill fo

(H. R. No

3189,

on the charj

ators '..... , 3316

on the enforcement bill (S. ^o. 791 ), 3334,

3362,3420,3425

on the bill relating to the preparation of

national securities^ 3352

on the bill increasing the rates of pension
to certain persons 3354, 4214

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INDEX TO SENATE PROCEEDINGS.



Sherman, John, a Senator from Ohio — Con-
tinned,
remarks on the bill to pay R. M. Qreen for the

use of his patent 3866

on the bill for the relief of Charles W.

Whitney .....8869

on the bill for the relief of George G.

Bestor 8370

on the bill for the settlement of the claims

of late Admiral Dahlgren....8876, 8376

on the bill to provide for the issae of

bonds in lieu of bonds destroyed, 8416,

8599, 8600, 8601

on the Baltimore and Potomac railroad

bill 8486, 8489, 8601, 8603

on the bill eztendiug the enforcement

act 8698, 8640, 8641, 8704

on Uie Army appropriation bill 8697,

8602, 8608, 8612, 8616
on bill for the relief of Jane A. Green, 8698
on the tariff and tax bill, 8816, 8868, 8890,
8898, 8899, 8900, 8901, 8902, 8903,
8907, 8908, 8909, 8910, 8914, 8916,
8916, 8917, 8918, 8919, 8920, 8922,
8928, 8924, 8926, 8948, 8944, 8946,
8947, 8948, 8960, 8961, 8962, 8963,
8964, 8966, 8967, 8968, 8969, 8960,
8961, 8962, 8968, 8964, 8966, 8966, 8969,
8970, 8971, 8972, 8991, 8992, 8998, 8994,
8996, 8996, 8997, 8998, 8999, 4000, 4001 ,
4002, 4008, 4004, 4006, 4007, 4009, 4010,
4011, 4012, 4018, 4014, 4016, 4021, 4089,
4040, 4041, 4048, 4046, 4060, 4061, 4062,
4068, 4064, 4066, 4066, 4067, 4068, 4060,
4061, 4064, 4066, 4066, 4067, 4068, 4069,
4070, 4072,4078, 4074, 4076, 4076, 4077,
4078, 4079, 4080, 4081, 4088, 4084,4086,
4088, 4123, 4188, 4189, 4214, 4216, 4217
on the bill for the publication of the Sur-
gical Histo7 of the Rebellion 8889

on the resolution limiting debate on the

tariff bill 8890,

8943, 8944, 3946, 8947, 8948
on the bill to amend the steamboat law,
4039, 4108, 4308
on civil appropriation btll,4166,4 187,4238,
4239, 4240, 4241, 4246, 4246, 4247,4266,
4257, 4269, 4261, 4262, 4264, 4266, 4266,
4267, 4269, 4271, 4272, 4273, 4274,4276,
4277, 4278, 4279, 4280, 4340, 4349,4376,
4887, 4888, 4889, 4894, 4896, 4490, 4491
on the report of the investigating com-
mittee in regard to the custom house at

New York 4214, 4220, 4472

on the bill to prevent cruelty to animals

in transit by railroad 4231,

4282, 4286, 4237
on the bill for the better security of bank

reserves 4281

on the Washington and Point Lookout

railroad bill 4281, 4283

on the Orange, Alexandria, and Manassas

railroad bill 4286

on the bill to inquire into the causes of

steam-boiler explosions 4299

on the Aoaoostia and Potomac River

railroad bill, 4801,4804,4306,4306, 4307

on bill in reference to public buildings at

Cincinnati, 4403, 4404, 4466, 4466, 4470

on the hour of meeting. ^ 4416

on bill to encourage growth of timbery4464
on the bill to issne college scrip to

Arkansas ....4477, 4478

on the bill authorizing bridges across the

Ohio river 4483, 4489, 4491, 4492

on the bill in reference to the military

reservation at Camp Mohave, 4601, 4502

Sherman, Roger, and Jonathan Trumbull,

statues of, from the State of Connecticut

presented ...1412,1626

remarks by —

Mr. Anthony 1629

Mr. Buckingham 1526

Mr. Ferrjr, of Connecticut 1527

Ship-building, iron, resolution for printing

extra copies of Executive Document No.

60, in relation to — [By Mr. Scott, March

20, 1872.]

referred, 1828 ; reported and agreed to, 1849.



Ship-building — ConHn
bill (S. No. 914)



ConHnued,

to promote the, and
commercial interests of the United
States— [By Mr. Corbett.]
reported, 2163.
Ship-building yard, iron, resolution to inquire
into the expediency of esCablishinj; an, in
the Mississippi valley — [By Mr. Kellogg,
December 14, 1871.]
agreed to, 121.

bill (3. No. 1098) to establish an iron, on
the waters falling into the Atlantic, and
an, on the Mississippi river or one of
its tributaries, and to afford facilities
to the Navy— [By Mr. Cragin.]
reported, 8246 ; amendment, 8689.
Ship-canal, bill (S. No. 384) extending the
time for the completion of the Green Bay
and Sturgeon Bay and Lake Michigan,
in Wisconsin — [By Mr. Howe.]
read and passed, 121 ; passed House, 1228 ;

enrolled, 1258 -, approved, 1821.
resolution calling for the report of the
expedition to Tehuantepec— [By Mr.
Anthony, December 5, 1871.]
agreed to, 13.
resolution calling for report of the survey
of the Isthmus of Darien for an inter-
oceanic — [By Mr. Hamlin, May 8,
1872.]
agreed to, 8174.
Portage Lake and Lake Superior, bill (3.
No. 701) extending the time for the
completion of the— [By Mr. Perry, of
Michigan. ]
referred, 1177.

bill (H. R. No. 1761) extending the time
tor the completion of the.
received from House, 1228; referred,
1264 ; reported, 1316; passed, 1712;
enrolled, 1789.
Shipping, bill (S. No. 366) to establish a
marine registrr of, and to promote the
interests of American commerce — [By
Mr. Wilson.]
referred, 68.

bill (S. No. 481) to establish a general
registry of, and to promote the interests
of American commerce — [By Mr. Fen-
ton.]
referred, 406.
bill (S. No. 668) to establish a national
registry of, and to afford additional
protection to passengers and seamen,
and to prevent excessive rebates in
the duties on merchandise damaged on
shipboard imported into the United
States— [By Mr. ConkliHg.]
referred, 7z5.
Shipping commissioners, bill (H. R. No. 2044)
to authorize the appointment of, by the
several circuit courts of the United States
to superintend the shipping and discharge
of seamen engaged in merchant ships
belonging to the United States and for
the further protection of seamen,
received from House, 2286 ; referred, 2297 ;
reported, 2716; discussed, 8437; passed
with amendment, 3672 ; conference, 3807 ;
conference report, 3911 ; concurred in by
Senate, 8911 ; by House, 8919 ; enrolled,
4010.
remarks by —

Mr. Buckingham, 2716, 8437, 3438, 8911

Mr. Chandler 3487, 3488, 8672

Mr. Stockton 3437, 8438

Ships — see Vessels.

Shoemaker; Mary A., bill (H. B. No. 2409)
grantinff a pension to.
received from House, 2726 : referred, 2725.
Shreveport, Louisiana, bill (S* No. 496) to
authorize the sale of public property
at— [By Mr. West.]
referred, 462.

bill (S. No. 919) to donate certain property
of the United States to the city of, for
educational purposes — [By Mr. Kel-
logg.]
referred, 2154.



Shreveport and Bed River Improvement Com-
pany, bill (S. No. 114) to incorporate
the— [By Mr. Kellogg.]
referred anew, 484.
Simms, William T., bill (H. R. No. 2415)
granting increase of pension to.
received from House, 2725 ; referred, 2726 ;
reported adversely and indefinitely post-
poned, 8769.
Simpkins, Jessie J., bill (H. R. No. 1390)
for the relief of the sureties of the late,
deceased,
received from House, 1416 ; referred, 1446 ;
referred anew, 1711; reported, 2722;
passed with amendment, 8766 ; conference,
8807, 3866 ; conference report, 8949 ; con-
curred in by Senate, 8950; by House,
8949; enrolled, 4010.
Skinner, Halcyon, bill (S. No. 476) for the
extension of letters-patent to Alexander
Smith and - [By Mr. Conkling.]
referred, 405; reported, 606.
bUl (H. R. No. 1340] for the relief of Alex-
ander Smith and.
received from House, 817 ; referred, 817 ;
reported, 889; passed, 890; enrolled,
1013.
Smith, Alexander, bill (S. No. 476) for the
extension of letters-patent to, and Hal-
cyon Skinner — [By Mr. Conkling.]
referred, 405 ; reported, 606.
bill (H. R. No. 1340) for the relief of, and
Halcyon Skinner,
received from House, 817 ; referred, 817 ;
reported, 889 ; passed, 890 ; enrolled,
1013.
Smith, Dudley D., bill (S. No. 79) for the re-
lief of, in his own right and as administra-
tor of Whitcomb Smith, deceased-^[By
Mr. Boreman.l
reported and indefinitelypostponed, 2058.
Smith, Helen M., bill (H. R. No. 2412)
grantine a pension to.
received from House, 2725 ; referred, 2725 ;
reported adversely, 8678.
Smith, John C, bill (H. R. No. 1808) to
amend the first section of an act to pro-
vide for the disposition of useless military
reservations^pproved February 24, 1871.
received from House, 1368 ; referred, 1888 ;
reported, 1986 ; passed, 2286.
SmiA, John J., bill (H. R. No. 2789) for the
relief of.
received from House, 3641 ; referred. 8647 ;
reported and passed, 4192 ; enrolled, 4846.
Smith, Julia A., bill (S. No. 428) for the
relief of— [By Mr. Tipton.]
referred, 285; reported, 880; pasted, 697;
enrolled, 1282 ; approved, 1416.
Smith, Kitty A., bill (H. R. No. 2491) grant-
xuf a pension to.
received from House, 2763 ; referred, 2764.
Smith, Kitt^ Ann, bill (H. R. No. 1775) for
the relief of, widow of Thomas Smith,
and James A. Stevens.
received from House, 1821 ; referred, 1846.
Smithsonian Institution, Senate concurrent
resolution, for printing additional copies
of the report of the, for 1871— [By* Mr.
Hamlin, April 26, 1872.]
referred, 2799; reported and agreed to,
2985 ; concurred in bv House with amend-
ment, 8288; reported adversely and non-
concurred in, 3808.
House concurrent resolution for printing
two thousand extra copies of the reports
of the.
received from House, 8772; referred,
3806 ; reported and concurred in, 8988.
Smuggling, bill ( H. R. No. 187) to amend an
act to prevent
received from House, 758; referred, 813.
Snivly, Mary E. and Mavilla, bill (H. R. No.
2509) granting a pension to.
received from House, 2768 ; referred, 2764.
Snow, Ivory F., bill (H. R. No. 2516) grant-
in|; a pension to.
received from the Honse, 2768; referred,
2764.



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INDEX TO SENATE PROCEEDINGS.



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Snjder^ Alonzo, bill (H. R. No. 2212) for the

relief of^ of LiTiimton county, New York.

received from the House, 8869 ; referred,

8888.

8ofield, Phoebe, bill (H. R. No. 1271) to aooend

an act granting a pension to, widow of

Lewis Afield.

received from Hoose, 1629; referred, 1530.

Soldiers — see Army; Bounties} Pensions;

^tblic Lands,
Soldiers' and Sailors' Industrial Training
School Association, National Union, bill
(S. No. 874) to incorporate the— [By Mr.
Logan.]
leforred, 1987.
Soldiers' and Sailors' Orphans' Industrial
Training Association, bill (S. No. 985)
incorporating the National — [By Mr. Wil-
son.]
reported, 2248, 8470.
Soutn Carolina, resolution in reference to
martial law in — [By Mr. Blair, December
4, 1871.J
read, 8 ; discussed. 18.
South Sea islands, bill (S. No. 582) to pro-
hibit the deportation of natives of the,
by citizens or the United States— [By Mr.
Wilson.]
read, 582.
Southern outrages — see Outrages.
Spaids, G. C, bUl (H. B. No. 2897) for the
reUefof.
received from House, 8869; referred, 8888.
Specie payment, bill (S. No. 897) to facili-
tate— [By Mr. Gorbett]
read, 159; notice, 1701; called up, 1788;
discussed, 1786; referred, 1788; commit-
tee discharged, 4251.
renuurks by —

Mr. Corbett. 1701, 1788, 1786, 1787

Spacer, Charles and Henry W., bill (S. No.

687) for tbe relief of— [By Mr. Wright. ]

reported, 1151; discussed, 2255; passed,

2258; passed House, 8869; enrolled,

8897 ; not returned, become a law, 4475.

remarks by —

Mr. Frelingkiiysen „ 2257, 2258

Mr. Howe 2255, 2256,2257

Mr. Morrill, of Vermont ....2257, 2258

Mr. Morton. ^ 2257

Mr. Pratt 2257

Mr. Sumner 2256, 2257

Mr. Wright...... 1151, 2256, 2257

yeas and nays on the ..2257

Spencer, George B., a Senator from Ala-
bama......^ 1

petitions presented by, 18, 68, 85, 1 20, 284, 294,
8ie, 878, 695, 754. 888, 888, 906, 978,
1084, 1108, 1127, 1175, 1206, 1224, 1254,
1986, 2082, 2118, 2152, 2184, 2818, 2855,
2884, 2484, 2866, 2906, 8098, 8850, 8889
bills introduced by —
No. 828 — in relation to the district courts

of Alabama » » 4

No. 875— for the relief of M. Von Eutress
Foersteneck, late second lieutenant of
the sixty-eighth New York volun-
teers 68

No. 878 — granting lands to aid in the
eoostruction of railroads in Florida,
and to secure railroad connection with
the nearest harbor to Cuba and other

West India islands. 85

No. 401 — granting public lands in the
State of Alabama to the Decatur and
Aberdeen Railroad Company to aid in
the construction of a railroad to be built
from Decatur, Alabama, to Aberdeen,

MissisBippi* w 159

No. 402— granting a right of way to the

Mobile and Alabama Grand Trunk

Baikoad Company through and over

lands owned by the United States... 159

No. 484 — to regulate commerce among

the several States 295

No. 472 — to amend an act to regulate
the diplomatic and consular systems of
the United States, passed August 18,
1856 405



Spencer, George E., a Senator from Ala-
bama — Co^nued.
bills introduced by —

No. 552^ — to regulate the compensation
of the clerks employed in the several
Executive Departments of the Govern-
ment 696

No. 598— for the relief of Charles W.
Bisse, late second lieutenant eighty-
second regiment Illinois volunteers, 889

No. 684 — to amend an act for the removal
of certain cases from State courts, ap-
proved July 27, 1866 978

No. 667— for the reliefof Eliiah J. Wool-
um, of Cross Plains, in the State of
Alabama...... 1112

No. 684 — granting lands to certain coun-
ties in Alabama for the purpose of pro-
moting the cause of education 1129

No. 698— relating to certain lands in the
State of Alabama 1177

No. 712— to remove the legal disabilities
of persons incurred by reason of the late
rebellion « 1207

No. 782— amendatory of the act to provide
a government for the District of Colum-
bia. 1288

No. 788— fixing the status of certain Fed-
eral soldiers enlistine in the Union
Array from the State of Alabama, 1817

No. 801 — granting a right of way to the
Mobile and Alabama Grand Trunk
Railroad Company through and over
lands owned by the United States, 1625

No. 802 — appropriating a certain sum of
money to be expended in the erection
of a building for the purposes of a Uni-
ted States court-house and post office
at Huntsville, in the State of Ala-
bama 1625

No. 912 — for the restoration of Com-
mander H. N. T. Arnold, United States
Navy, to the active Hst from the retired
lUt. « 2120

No. 1012— to relieve John N. Franklin,
of De Kalb county, Alabama, from
legal and political disabilities imposed
by the fourteenth amendment to the
Constitution 2597

No. 1046— in relation to the United States
courts in Alabama , 2867

No. 1047 — in relation to the Orange,
Alexandria, and Manassas railroad, 2^7

No. 1048— for the relief of Dr. Claude H.
Masten 2867

No. 1080 — conferring jurisdiction upon
the Court of Claims to hear and de-
termine the claim of W. G. Nixon, 8099

No. 1124 — to authorize the Orange, Alex-
andria, and Manassas Railroad Com-
pany to run trains and transport freight
and passengers within the District of
Columbia .....8599

No. 1157— to ameud the charter of the
Columbia Etailway Company of the
District of Columbia ..8770

No. 1159 — to relieve the legal and political
disabilities of George S. Houston, of
Limestone county, in the State of
Alabama ^...8811

No. 1166 — making an appropriation to
pay for fifty bales of cotton taken from
Weil & Moore, at Mobile, Alabama,
in 1865, by United States Treasury

agents 8898

resolution submitted by —

calling for information relative to the im-
provement of Mobile harbo^^[ April 1,

1872 2060

reports made by 880,

1281, 1282, 1487, 2674, 2959, 8352,
8584, 8769, 8892, 4085, 4106, 4158

incidental remarks by » 68, 159,

202, 259, 406, 979, 1129, 1282, 1426,
1486, 1487, 1522, 1787, 1861, 1281, 1950,
1968, 1964, 2060, 2119, 2891, 2427, 2502,
2674, 2866, 2867, 2957, 2959, 2986, 8538,
8766, 8769, 4085, 4106, 4185, 4201, 4202,
4897, 4898, 4478, 44^0, 4501, 4502, 4504



Spencer, George E., a Senator from Ala-
bama — Continued.

remarks on the apportionment bill 679

on the petition ofE. P. Young and others,

citizens of Alabama 906

on the legislative appropriation bill 978,

987, 1828, 1895, 1896, 1422,
1428, 1426, 1464, 1686, 1675, 1676

on the order of business 992, 1182,

1183, 1814, 1822, 1326, 2282, 2522,

2627, 2640, 2672, 8811, 4126, 4159

on the bill relating to the diplomatic and

consular systems 1281,

1944, 1946, 1947, 1948, 1949
on the bill to appoint George Plnnkett a

paymaster in the Navy 1951, 1952

on the bill to repeal the duties on tea and

coflBee .*. 1992

on the Piedmont and Potomac Railroad
Company bill.....2128, 2125, 2127, 2165
on the supplementary Texas Pacific rail-
road bill. ..2567, 2578, 2616, 2624, 2625
on the bill to revise the postal code,
2645, 2649, 2651
on the deficiency appropriation bill,

2808, 2817

on the naval appropriation bill 2846

on the river and harbor appropriation

bill 8174, 4406, 4407, 4408, 4409

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

8884, 3480

on the Baltimore and Potomac railroad

bilL.8501, 8502, 8508, 8504, 8585, 8537

on the bill extending the enforcement

act 8648. 8645,8646, 8647

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

8727, 8729, 8784, 8785, 8786, 3740

on the bill to remove disabilities (H. R.

No. 2761) 8786, 8737

on the bill to amend the steamboat law,

4088, 4089
on the bill to remove disabilities (S. No.

1168) 4899, 4400, 4497

on the Anacostia and Potomac River rail-
road bill 4415

on the l»ll to remove disabilities (H. R.

No. 1825) .• 4502

Spencer, Thomas F., bill (;H. R. No. 1274).
for the reliefof, of Indiana,
received from House, 2286 ; referred, 2297 ;
reported, 8762; passed, 4190; enrolled,
4845.
Spinner, F. E. , communication from, respect-
ing the sale of arms 1072

Spirits, distilled, bill (H. R. No. 1662) for the
remission of taxes on certain, destroyed
by the ^at fire at Chicago,
received from House, 1155; referred, 1160.
bill (S. No. 881) to provide for the abate-
ment or repayment of taxes on, in bond
destroyed by casualty — f By Mr. Bayard. ]
referred, 2012; reported, 2285; discussed,
2859, 2385 ; passed, 2886 ; passed House
with amendment, 8126 ; referred, 8178 ;
reported, 8852; conference, 8852, 8414,
86^ ; conference report, 8705 ; agreed
to by Hoose, 8700; by Senate, 8705;
enrolled, 8772 ; approved, 8897.
remarks by-
Mr. Bayard 2012, 2885, 2386

Mr. Cole 2886

Mr. Conkling 2360

Mr. Corbett 2885, 2886

Mr. Pomeroy 2860, 2886

Mr. Pratt 2859, 2860, 2385

Mr. Sherman 2285,

2859, 2860, 2886, 8852, 8414. 8705

Spoliations, bill (S. No. 100) to provide tor the

adjustment and satisfaction of claims of

American citizens for, committed by the

French prior to the 81st of July, 1801— [By

Mr. Sumner.]

reported, 695 ; notice, 958, 1967.

Sprite, William, a Senator from Rhode

island 810

petitions presented by 1175, 8470

bill introduced by —
No. 1185— concerning transportatioti in
bond „ «4157



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INDEX TO SENATE PROCEEDINGS.



Spragne, William, a Senator from Rbode
Island — Continued,

reports made by 2286, 2909, 8676

incidental remarks by 979,

1299, 1622, 2030, 2087, 2038, 2987,

8122, 8249, 3334, 8367, 8868, 8604, 8684,

8641, 8772. 8988, 4106, 4260, 4264, 4468

remarks on the resolution accepting the

statue of Roger Williams 818

on the amnesty and civil rights bill (H.

R. No. 880) 898

on the legislative appropriation bill,

1896, 1.896, 1694

on the bill repealing the duties upon tea

and coffee 2724, 2926

on the Post Office appropriation bill,

8066, 8108, 8111, 8182

on the bill for the removal of disabilities

(H. R. No. 1050) 8180, 8197

on the civil appropriation bill, 8477,4166,



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