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of Nashville, Tennes8ee-'[By Mr. Golla-
dav.]
referred, 2078.
Bayonets, resolution calling for information
in regard to the experimental trials made
in the use of trowel — [Bj Mr. Butler, of
Massachusetts, March 4, 1872.]
agreed to, 1401.
Be«a, Captain Elias, bill (H. R. No. 2888) to
increase the pension of, of Hawkins
county, Tennessee — [By Mr. Butler, of
Tennessee.]
referred, 2687.
Beard, G. W., bill fH. R. No. 2055) for the
relief of H. C. Christopher, C. A. Uber,
Edward Stiles, and N. H. Lumdin— [By
Mr. Coghlan.]
reported and passed, 1898 ; passed the
Senate, 8899 *, enrolled, 8506 ; approved,
7888.
Beatty, Daniel, bill (H. R. No. 1687)Vanting
a pension to — [By Mr. McJunkin. J
referred, 1211.

bill (H. R. No. 2482) granting a pension
to— [By Mr. McJunkin.]
reported and passed, 2709.



Beatty, John, a Representative from Ohio... 8

leave of absence granted to .2866

petitions presented by.. 67,

849, 722, 886, 975, 1446, 1879, 2855
bills introduced by —

No. 585— for the relief of Asa M. Trim-
ble 57

No. 692— for the relief of Daniel M.
Paige, late first lieutenant of the thirty-
eighth United States infantry 196

No. 1459 — to provide for paying Rives A
Bailey for reporting and publishing the
debates of Congress from the 4t,h day
March, 1871, to the let day of March,
1872 970

No. 1460 — to provide for reporting and
publishing the debates of Conjgres8...970

No. 1696— to extend the provisions of the
twenty-fiflh section of the act making
appropriations for the support of the
Army, approved July 15, 1870, to the
relatives of deceased soldiers and
sailors 1211

No. 1816 - -mmting an increase of pen-
sion to William Freshour, late captain
of the sixth Ohio cavalry 1898

No. 2252 — to provide for the distribution
of public documents 2298

No. 2780— to provide for the distribution

of public documents 8877

concurrent resolutions submitted by —

for printing additional copies of the re-
port of thh Comptroller of the Cur-
rency— [December 12, 1871] 70

for printing the message of the President
relating to civil service reform — [De-
cember 20, 1871] 249

for printing the report of Arthur B. Ray-
mond on the statistics of mines and
minin^[January 24, 1872] 579

for prinung extra copies of the first^ight
tables of the census report — [February
20, 1872] 1185

for printing the reports on the condition
of the late insurrectionary States —
[February 28, 1872] 1271

for printing report on immigration in Ger-
man and French— [May 24, 1872], 8817
resolutions submitted by —

to discontinue the furnishing of the House
Journal in sheets for the use of mem-
bers— [February 7, 1872].. 881

for an inventory of public obcuments on
hand in the folding room — [February
7, 1872] 881

for printing extra copies of the copyright
bill -[February 7, 1872J .,.881

in regarii to Clarence King's geological
report;-[March 11, 18721 1583

for printing extra copies of the tariff and
tax bill— [April 17, 1872] 2509

relating to debate on the tariff bill—
[May 18, 1872] 8879

for printing report relating to the damage
done to the harbor of New York —
[May 24, 1872] 8817

to print ten thousand extra copies of the

tariff law— [June 7, 1872] 4814

reports made by 70,

249,579, 881, 1185, 1271, 1330, 2046,
2117. 2298, 2509, 8089, 8817, 8825, 4814

incidental remarks by 85, 70,

249, 579, 686, 881, 992, 1245, 1271, 1278,
1880, 1854, 2046, 2298, 2299, 2341, 2842,
2475, 2509, 2789, 8160, 8885, 8886, 8898,
8446, 8748, 8825, 8848, 8887, 4174, 4822
reparks on the publication of the debates

in the Congressional Globe 808,

1878, 1874, 1875, 1718

on the deficiency bill (H. R. No. 1654;,

1405, 1406

on the bill relating to the Central Pacific
Railroad Company, 1471, 1515,2787,2788

on the order of business. 1681,

2888, 8082, 8898

personal and explanatory 1718

on the bill to provide for reporting the

debates of Congress 1776, 1777,

1778, 1780, 1781, 1782, 1806, 1807



Beattv, John, a Representative from Ohio
Continiud.

remarks on the Baltimore and Potomac rail-
road bill 1906,

1906, 1907, 1908, 1988, 2006, 2007,

2008, 2046, 2047, 2048, 2049, 2075, 2076

on the right of the Committee on Printing

to report at any time 2408,

2409, 2410, 2478, 2479, 2480

on the District fire department bill. ..2589

on the resolution for printing the case

of the United States presented to the

tribunal at Geneva 2784, 2785

on the toriff and tax bill 8849, 8850,

8898, 8899, 8400, 8402, 3408, 8404, 8518

on the civil appropriation bill 8778

on the call of the House »...8858,

8854, 8855, 8856, 8857, 8858
Beatty, William H., bill (H. R. No. 658) for
the relief of J. Morgan Balcer and, trading
as Baker k Beattv— [By Mr. Townseno,
of Pennsylvania. J
referred, 195 : reported adversely and tabled,
8845.
Beaumont, Commander John C, bill (H. R.
No. 1797) authorizing the Presidebt of
the United States to remove, from the
retired list, and to restore him to the
active list in the Navy — [By Mr. Shoe-
maker.]
referred, 1398.
Beaumont, John C, bUl (H. ft. No. 2876) for
the relief of— [By Mr. Archer.]
reported and passed, 2808 ; passed Senate,
4449} enrolled, 4452, 4458; approved,
4460.
Beaver lake, bill (H. R. No. 828) to author-
ise the survey and sale of lands reclaimed
by the drainage of, in the State of Indi-
ana— [By Mr. Tyner.]
referred, 802.

bill (H. R. No. 1186) to confirm the title in
the State of Indiana to the lands known
as the bed of, in Newton county, in
said Sute— [By Mr. Wilson, of Indi-
ana.]
referred, 499 ; reported and recommitted,
1181.
bill (S. No. 616) to release to the State
of Indiana the lands known as the
bedoC
received from Senate, 1878; referred,
1584; substitute reported and recom-
mitted, 2542 ; reported and passed with
amendments, 2896; conference, 2949,
2998,4022 ; conference report, no agree-
ment, 4094 ; new conference, 4094, 4188.
resolution calling for information in refer-
ence to, lands in Indiana — [By Mr. Man-
son, April 2, 1872. J
agreed to, 2117.
Beck, James B., a Representative from Ken-
tucky „ 8

leave of abaence muted to 85

petitions presented by...... ..809,

828, 516, 544, 782, 886, 1195, 1409,
1586, 1909, 1985, 2559,8097, 8244, 8814
bills introduced by^-
No. 966 — prohibiting and annulling all
contrscts made with any official ot any
department of the Government for ser-
vices rendered by them for anv person
relative to any claim or demand against
the United States, either while the per-
son is in office or for two years there-
after 394

No. 1061— to authorize the payment of
duplicate checks of disbursing offi-
cers 440

No. 1264-^to so fw modify and repeul
existing acts and parts of acts requiring
all duties on imports to be paid in gold
as to allow one half of the amount of
such duties to be paid in the legal-
tender notes of the United States. ..681
No. 1667— providing the terms on which
copyrights may be granted to foreign
authors » 1174



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Beck, Jamed B., ft Representative from Ken-
tack j — Continuea,
bills introduced by —

No. 1926— to reffulate the compensation
of agents ana attorneys prosecntinff
claims or demands before Congress and
the Executive Departments 1581

No. 2166 — to relieve John Blaine, George
W. Cox, and Edward Strong, of Ken-
tucky, from the political disabilities
imposed by the fourteenth amendment
to the Constitution of the United
States 2078

No. 2781 — to regulate the prosecution of
claims before the Executive Depart-
ments of the Government 8877

No. 2964— to amend the act of February
21, 1867, to declare the sense of an act
to restrict the jurisdiction of the Court
of Claims and to provide for the pay-
ment of certain demands for quarter-
master stores and subsistence supplies
furnished to the Army of the united

States : 4174

rtflolations submitted by —

in reference to martial law in South Car-
olina— [December 4, 1871] 10

calline for information as to the amount
paid into the Treasury from the sale of
property by oflScers of the Navy — [Feb-
ruary 14, 1872] „ 1018

in regard to the sales of Navy property —

J February 14. 1872] 1018
ing for information in regard to the
sales of property by the ^ar Depart-
ment— [February 28, 1872] 1239

reports made by 440, 623, 8148, 3671

incidental remarks by 10, 11, 808, 871,

448, 1239, 1728, 1879, 2222, 2585,
2598, 2594, 2686, 2880, 2995, 8066,
8083, 3318, 8377, 8649, 3650, 8671,
8805, 8846, 8984, 8038, 3972, 8078,
4022, 4175, 4179, 4180, 4321, 4330
remarks on the reference of the President's

message 17, 18, 19, 20

on the bill relating to the payment of

duplicate checks 440, 441, 628

. on the resolution to inquire into the Louis-
iana distnrbauces, 511, 512, 514, 515, 516
on the legislative appropriation bill. ..540,
541, 683, 2348, 2349, 2358
on the bill to establish an educational

fund 592

on the resolution relating to disorders in

the South 595, 596. 597, 598

on the naval appropriation bill, 599, 1002,
1008, 1025, 1026, 1027, 1028, 1029, 1080

on postal telegraph..... 634, 644

on the Indian appropriation bill 716,

779, 780, 3156, 3632, 8633

on the order of business 737,

1078, 1079, 2080, 2654, 2825, 8385, 8686,
8776, 8938, 8984, 4091, 4428, 4429, 4433
on the resolution relating to the negotia-
tion of the loan of July, 1870 737,

741, 742, 751, 776. 776, 777

personal and ^explanatory 1079

on the subject of Tennessee politics, 1079,

1080, 1081, 1082

on the resolution for printing extra copies

of theKu Klux report 1119,

1120, 1121, 1122, 1123
on the deficiency bill (H. li. No.

1654) 1218, 1221, 1250,1251,

1262, 1258, 1485, 1436, 1475, 1476
on the St. Croix and Lake Superior rail-
road bill 1276, 1807, 1808

on the subject of Texas politics 1869,

1371, 1872
on the resolution relating to the sales of

arms, &c 1584, 1585

on the Post Office appropriation bill, 1657,
1658, 1815, 1816, 1842,
1845, 8885, 8872, 8879

on the Army appropriation bill 1876,

1877, 2216, 2216. 2217, 2218, 2219
on the Baltimore and Potomac railroad

bUl 1981,

1982, 1983, 1984, 2007, 2008, 2047



Beck, James 6., a Representative from Ken-
tucky — Continued.
remarks on the bill amending the laws in

regard to assay offices 2315

i on the river and harbor appropriation

* bill 2445

on the tariff and tax bill 2475,

2851, 2852, 2929, 2932, 2938, 2934, 2988,
8000, 8158, 8159, 8200, 3201, 8204, 8205,
8206, 8217, 8811, 8812, 8818, 3889, 8840,
8348, 8401, 8402, 8405, 8456. 3510, 8514,
8521, 8622, 8564, 8565, 8571, 8650, 8655,
(see Appendix,) 4099, 4206, 4208, 4210
on the bill to regulate the seizure of

invoices, &c 2477

on the case of Dr. John Emilio Houard,

2787
on the bill to consolidate the Indian tribes

under civil government 2956

on the bill to provide for the abatement

of taxes on distilled spirits, 3148^ 8149

on the bill to amend the laws relatmg to

pensions 8887, 8898

on the bill in reference to elections in

Louisiana for presidential electors, 8408

on the bill to further the administration

of iustice 8412

on the question of final adjournment,

3528, 8524, 4138

on the civil appropriation bill, 8683, 8749,

3786, 8787, 4421, 4422,

4424, 4488, 4441, 4456

on the amnesty bill (H. R. No. 2761),

8744, 8746

on the call of the House « 8848.

8852, 8858, 8854, 8855, 8858, 8862

on the Ku E^lux outrages 4028,

4029, 4081, 4082, 4088. 4084
on the bill relating to stores sold to sol-
diers 4819

on expenditures of the Government, 4428
{See Appendix.)
Becker, Margaretta, 1)111 (S. No. 804) granting
a pension to.
received from Senate, 1689 ; referred, 1722 ;
reported and passed, 2168; enrolled,
2212.
Beeler, Major Abraham, bill (H. R. No. 1829)
for the settlement of the accounts of, late
paymaster New York volunteers — [By Mr.
Burchard.]
referred, 1899 ; reported and passed, 8220 ;
passed Senate, 4315; enrolled, 4428;
approved, 4460.
Belger. James, bill (H. R. No. 472) for the
relief of— [By Mr. Ketcham.]
referred, 29.
Belgium, resolution calling for correspondence
in reference to an extradition treaty with —
[By Mr. Cox, May 7, 1872.]
agreed to, 8166.
Bell, James A., bill (H. R. No. 1848) for the
relief of, of Dexter, New York — [By Mr.
Merriam.]
referred, 829.

bill (H. R. No. 2086) for the relief of, of
Dexter, New York— [By Mr. Foster,
of Ohio.]
reported and passed, 1809 ; passed Sen-
ate with amendments, 2580 ; referred,
2899.
Bell, Samuel N., a Representative from New

Hampshire 8

leave of absence granted to 1545

petitions presented by 616,

2081, 2221, 2382, 2452, 2671
bills introduced by —
No. 1079— for the relief of Albert H.
Daniels, surviving partner of the late

firm of Daniels & Co 497

No. 2127— for the relief of the widow and

heirs of Alpha Richardson 2072

No. 2886— to change the place of holding
the term of the circuit and district
courts of the United States for the dis-
trict of New Hampshire 2668

No. 2810— providing for the adjustment
of the accounts or certain railroad and
transportation companies 8648



Bell, Samuel N., a Representative from Neir
Hampshire — Continued,
joint resolution introduced by —

No. 183— for adjusting the claimH of the

State of New Hamp-jhire 2489

incidental remarks by, 2402, 4320. 4881, 4882
remarks on the bill relating to the Central

Pacific Railroad Company 2789

Belligerent rights, joint resolution (H. R. No.
66) for toe recognition of, between the
kingdom of Spain and the so-called repub-
lic of Cuba— [By Mr. Cox.]
read and referred, 801.
joint resolution (H. R. No. 98) for the
recognition of, on the part of the peo-
ple of the island of Cuba in their civil
war against the kingdom of Spain — [By
Mr. Voorhees.]
motion to suspend the rules and pass the
* resolution disagreed to, 684; referred,
685.
Bells, bill (H. R. No. 1967) authorizing the
Secretary of the Treasurv to refund duties
paid on chime of, and clock imported
for St. Joseph's cathedral, Buffalo. New
York— [By Mr. Williams, of New York.]
referred, 1778 ; reported and passed, 8885.
Benjamin, bill (H. R. No. 2809) to allow the
name of the schooner, to oe changed to
Sea Lark— [By Mr. Hale.]
referred. 8648.
Berkeley, Benjamin F., bill (H. R. No. 1619)
granting a pension to — [By Mr. Burchard. J
re^rred, 1115.
Berry, William T., joint resolution (H. R. No.
96) in favor of— [By Mr. Maynard.]
referred, 848.
Berry man, Otway H., bill (S. No. 899) for the
relief of children of, deceased, and others,
received from Senate, 8899 ; passed, 8804 ;

enrolled, 8873.
bill (S. No. 927) for the relief of the chil-
dren of. deceased,
received from Senate, 8899; discussed,
8808 ; passed, 8804; enrolled, 8878.
Best, Dr. J. Milton, bill (H. R. No. 753) for
the relief of— [By Mr. Rusk.]
referred. 199.

bill (S. No. 105) for the relief of.
received from Senate, 2302; referred,
8148; reported, 8621; discussed, 8621;
passed, 8624 ; enrolled, 8655.
remarks by —

Mr. Blair, of Michigan 8621,

8622, 3623, 8624
Mr. Butler, of Massachusetts, 8622, 8624

Mr. Cro88land.„ 8621, 8623

Mr. Dawes 8622

Mr. Qarfield, of Ohio...8621, 8622, 8G24

Mr. Boar 8622

Mr. Kelley 8623

Mr. Perce 8624

Mr. Sheldon 8623

Mr. Shellabarger 8621, 3G22.8624

Mr. Smith, of New York 3622.

3623, 8624

Mr. Sypher - 3622

Bestor. Qeorjre C, bill (S. No. 107) for relief
01 the heirs or legal representatives of.
received from Senate, 8899; referred. 3686.
Better. George, bill (H. R. No. 1851) for the
relief of— [By Mr. Chipman.]
referred, 1400.
Better. William H.. bill (H. R. No. 2687) for
tte relief of— [By Mr. Dunnell.]
referred, 2885.
Beveridge, John L., a Representative from

Illinois 9

sworn in 9

leave of absence granted to 2594

petitions presented by .....544,

693, 886, 1222, 1699, 1961, 2408
bills introduced by —

No. 559— for additional pay to persons
commissioned in the volunteer service

and not mustered in new rank 58

No. 560 — for the suspension of the col-
lection of duties on goods, &c., at the
port of Chicago 68



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Beveridge, John L., a Representative from
Illinois — Continued,
bills introduced by —
No. 982 — granting a pension to John
Watson, private in company H, twenty-
second regiment Illinois volunteers, 894
No. 1374— to grant a pension to Justus
F. Jones, late a private in company E,

seventh Iowa infantry 830

No. 1375 — to provide for the payment of
an allowance of $100 to the volunteers
accepted under the President's procla-
mation of May 8, 1861 880

No. 1478 — for the relief of the heirs of

Jonathan Haines, deceased 970

No. 1717— for relief of J. H. Hooper, 1212
No. 1980— to refund taxes improperly

collected 1774

Biennial Register, House concurrent resolu-
tion for printing extra copies of tho, for
1871— [By Mr. Price, January 17, 1872.]
reported and agreed to, 441 ; concurred in
by Senate, 746.
Bienville, a bill (H. R. No. 1667) authorizing
the payment of prize money to the officers
and crew of the United States steamer —
[By Mr. Butler, of Massachusetts.]
referred, 1113.
Biesterfeldt, Wilken, bill (S. No. 1071) for
the relief of the heirs of, late of Spitzen-
dorf, Germany,
received from Senate, 3386 ; referred, 4102.
Bigby, John S. ,a Representative from Georgia, 8

leave of absence granted to 309,

448, 2906, 4178

Eetitions presented by, 1699, 2117, 2408, 2716
ills introduced by —

No. 677 — to relieve certain persons there-
in named from the legal and political
disabilities imposed by the fourteenth
amendment to the Constitution of the

United States 196

No. 1447 — to amend an act making ap-
propriations for the support of the
Army for the year 1872, and for other
purposes, approved March 8, 1871,
and to define and extend the powers
and duties conferred upoii the com-
missioners of claims appointed under

said act 969

No. 1448 — to provide for a building for
the use of the United States court, post
office, and internal revenue offices at

AtlanU, Georgia 969

No. 1812 — authorizing the First National
Bank of Newman to change its loca-
tion and name 1898

No. 2217 — to relieve certain persons there-
in named from legal and political dis-
abilities 2269

No. 2369— for relief of Samuel Hunt, 2664

incidental remarks by 2101, 2716

remarks on subject of Georgia affairs, 1208
on the bill for the erection of a public

building at Atlanta, Georgia 1781

Biggs, Benjamin T., a Representative from

Delaware 8

leave of absence granted to 2402, 8338

petitions presented by 202,

849, 006, 782, 886, 1222, 2767
bill introduced by —

No. 2641— for the relief of John Miller,
postmaster at Newark, Delaware. ..8068
joint resolution introduced by —

No. 76 — providing for the survey of the
Delaware river, at New Castle, Dela-
ware, for certain purposes.. 418

resolution submitted by —
in regard to the survey of Broadkiln

river— [March 11, 1872] 1683

incidental remarks by 849, 418,

414, 469, 780, 833, 1214, 2866, 3172, 8886

remarks on the bill relating to wages and

hours of labor...228, 268, 264, 266, 267

on the bill to establish an educational

fund 794, 798, 799

on the tariff and tax bill, 8169, 8282, 8669

(See Appendix,)

on the call of the House.. 8862



Bingham, John A., a Representative from

Ohio 8

leave of absence granted to 2046

petitions presented by 282, 448, 1621

bills introduced b^ —
No. 772— to incorporate the Loomis
ASrial Telegraph Company 216

No. 1064 — to regulate the salary of the
consul at Tien-Tsin « 899

No. 1698 — to establish a municipal court
in the District of Columbia «...1114

No. 1702— to compensate John Fordyce
and others, of Guernsey county, Ohio,
for property destroyed by order of John
H. Morgan, of the confederate army,
at Campbell's station. Central Ohio
railroad, July 24, 1868 1211

No. 1818— to grant a pension to Mary
O'Donald 1898

No. 1866 — for the relief of the sureties of
James T. Miller, late collector and pub-
lic depositary at Wilmington, North
Carolina 1641

No. 1887 — for the relief of the widow and
heirs of Gilead Moore, late private
company I, sixty- second Ohio volun-
teers 1678

No. 1888— for relief of John Preston, 1678

No. 2696 — to aid the execution of the
laws in the Territory of Utah 8219

No. 2701— to facilitate the control of
suits, causes, and proceedings; the
taking of depositions, testimony bonds ;
the issuing of processes and expediting
the proceedings in suits at law or in
eqvity, in the district court of the
United States for the southern district
of New York 8228

No. 2764 — to facilitate the trials of crim-
inal causes and reduce expenses in the
western district of Arkansas 8378

No. 2778 — to amend section five of an
act making appropriations for the civil
and diplomatic expenses of the Gov-
ernment for the year 1841, approved
March 3, 1841, and to authorize the
proper construction thereof 3409

No. 2781— for the relief of Henry A. F.
Worth 3466

No. 2818— for the relief of Sally Clark,
widow of Joseph L. Clark, deceased, a
soldier of the war of 1812 8649

No. 2819 — to fix the times and places of
holding the United States courts for the

western district of Arkansas 3649

joint resolution introduced by —

No. 96 — relating to heads of Departments
or bureaus calling upon their Solicitors
or an Assistant Attorney General for

written opinions 829

resolutions submitted by —

authorizing Committee on the Judiciary to
appoint a clerk — [December 4, 1871], 11

calling for an alphabetical list of appli-
cants for the removal of disabilities —
[February 26, 1872]« 1216

directing the Committee on the Judiciary
to continue the investigation of the
charges against Judge Delahay, of
Kansas, and authorizing appointment
of a sub-committee to take testimony
during the recess— [May 28, 1872], 8926

reports made by 976,

1216, 1641, 2474, 3086, 3407, 8408,
3409,8410,3466, 3666, 8926,4182

incidental remarks by... 29, 62, 200,

871, 876, 684, 882, 884, 976, 1062, 1118,
1188, 1189, 1398, 1446, 1470, 1617, 1641,
1774, 1807, 1907, 2274,2671, 2734, 2823,
2824, 2888, 2899. 2962, 2966, 3087, 3281,
8337, 8406, 8407, 3408, 8409, 3410, 8412,
8413, 8466,3748, 3806, 8864, 3926, 8934,
8987, 8980, 8984, 4096, 4103, 4180, 4204

remarks on the apportionment bill 88,

62, 64, 111, 112, 189, 140, 144, 146

on the bill to prescribe the lime for choos-
ing electors in Louisiana 72

on the bill relating to wages and hours of
labor 218,219,264



Bingham, John A., a BepreMntative from

Ohio — Continwed,

remarks on the order of business, 876, 1898,

1898, 2474, 3086, 8199, 8836,

8878, 8879, 8898. 8407, 8926,

8986, 4092, 4098, 4481, 4482

on the bill to regulate the sialary of the

consul at Tien-Tsin, China 418

on the resolution for a final adjourn-
ment 689, 8662, 4130, 4187, 4188

on the bill to perpetuate testimony in the

United States courts 711

on the bill to regulate the appellate juris-
diction of the Supreme Court 718

788, 784, 786
on the resolution for printing extra copies

of the Eu Kluz report 1120,

1121, 1122, 1128
on the bill for the relief of Thomas B.

Valentine « 1187

on deficiency bill (H. R. No. 1664), 1476,
1479, 1610, 8160, 8161, 8162, 8164, 8166
on the resolution relating to the Hanni-
bal and S^. Joseph Railroad Company,
1641, 1642
on the bill for the relief of Elias C.

Boudinot 1643, 1544

on the bill for the removal of certain

causes to United States courts, 1649, 1660

on the Post Office appropriation bill, 1669,

8676, 8876
on the bill authorizing a bridge over the

Ohio river 1834

on the bill concerning the removal of

causes from State courts 1898,

1899, 1900, 1967
on the bill to authorize the issue of post

cards 2804

on the legislative appropriation bill, 2894,

2399, 8064
on the civil service reform bill (H. R. No.

787) 2681, 2682, 2583, 2684, 2686

on the resoluiion ameodiog the rule in

regard to privileges of the floor.. ..2671,

2688, 2689, 2690

on the bill relating to the Central Pacific

Railroad Company 2708

on the case of Dr. John Emilio Houard,

2744, 2791, 2792, 2793, 2794

on the bill to encourage the planting of

trees on the public lauds 2927, 2928

on the tariff and tax bill, 8232, 3342, 8848,

8848, 8349, 8860, 8398, 8899, 8666, 8652

on the bill to amend the laws relating to



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