United States. Congress.

The congressional globe online

. (page 51 of 109)
Online LibraryUnited States. CongressThe congressional globe → online text (page 51 of 109)
Font size
QR-code for this ebook


commissioned officers and privates of
the first regiment of Louisiana inde-
pendent scouts — [By Mr. Morey.]
referred. 1774.
bill (H. R. No. 2608) granting, to cer-
tain soldiers therein named — [By Mr.
McKinney.]
referred, 2886.
bill (H. R. No. 2658) relative to granting,
to the first battalion mountaineers, Cal-
ifornia volunteer8^[By Mr. Coghlan.]
referred, 8088, *



Bounty — Continued.
bill (H. R. No. 2786) to provide for the pay-
ment of a, of $100 to the proposed fifth
regiment Missouri State militia — [By
Mr. Parker, of Missouri.]
referred, 8877. ,

bill (H. R. No. 2788) to provide for the pay-
ment of, to the fifteenth and sixteenth
regiments of Missouri cavalry volun-
teers — [By Mr. Havens.]
referred, 8377.
bill (H. R. No. 2884) to pay the three months'
volunteers $100 — [By Mr. Chipman.]
referred, 8650.
bill (H. R. No. 2928) to provide for the pay-
ment of, to the fourth regiment Iowa
infantry volunteers — [By Mr. Donoan.]
referred, 8871.
Bounty land, bill (H. R. No. 1576) directing
that one hundred and sixtv acres of, be
issued to Elisha Franklin for military ser-
vices in the war of 1812— [By Mr. Terry.]
referred, 1114^ reported and passed, 8295.
Bounty lands, bill (H. R. No. 448) granting,
to all honorably discharged soldiers and
sailors who were mustered into the ser-
vice of the United States in the war com-
menced in 1861— [By Mr. Duell.]
referred, 11.

bill (H. R.No. 452) to grant, to the soldiers
who served in the late war to suppress
the rebellion, and to the widows and
children of such as are dead — [By Mr.
Manson.]
referred, 11.
bill (H. R. No. 506) granting, to all honor-
ably discharged soldiers and sailors who
were mustered into the service of the
United States in the war for the sappree-
sion of the rebellion— [By Mr. Griffith.]
referred, 56.
bill (H. R. No. 512) granting, to the soldiers
and sailors who served in the war for
the suppression of the rebellion, and to
the widows and children of those who
are dead — [By Mr. Speer, of Pennsyl-
vania.]
referred, 56.
bill (H. R. No. 660) granting, to cer-
tain persons engaged in the military
and naval service of the United States
from and after the 4th day of March,
1861— [By Mr. Shoemaker. J
referred, 195.
Bowdish, Luman K., bill (H. R. No. 1490)
authorizing the Commissioner of the Gen-
eral Laud Office to sell to, a certain tract
of land within the limits of Duboque,
Iowa — [By Mr. Donnan.]
referred, 971.
Bowen V3, De Larg:e, resolution extending time
for taking testimony in the contested-elec-
tion case of, from South Carolina — [By
Mr. McCrary, April 19. 1872.]
reported and agreed to, 2585.
Bowers, W. T., bill (H. R. No. 1899) for the
relief of— [By Mr. Wilson, of Indiana.]
referred, 1579; reported and passed, 8686;
passed the Senate, 4202; enrolled, 4818 ;
approved, 4460.
Bowlby, Wilson, bill (S. No. 1107) for the
relief of, collector of internal revenue fbr
Oregon,
received from Senate, 8568; passed, 4176 ;
enrolled, 4212.
Bowling, J. W., bill (H. R. No. 2579) fo* the
relief of, and J. S. Golladay, citizens of
Kentucky— [By Mr. Kerr.]
referred, 2884.
Boyd, Margaret, bill (H. R. No. 1278) grant-
ing a pension to, Sarah A. Mcllvainci
Silas n. Mcllvaine, Rachel D. Mcllvaine,
and William L. Mcllvaine — [By Mr.
Manson.]
referred, 681.

bill (H. R. No. 2458) granting a pension to,
Rachel D. Mcllvaine and William L.
Mel I value— [By Mr. Manson.]
reported and passed, 2718.



Digitized by



Google



qui



INDEX TO HOUSE PROCEEDINGS.



Boyd, William D., bill (H. R, No. 2667)
granting a pension to — [Bj Mr. Bhrd.]
reported and pasfled, 2766.
Bozer, John, bill (E. R. No. 1720) to con-
firm title to, to certain latids therein
de^ribed — [By Mr. Havens.]
referred, 1212; reported and paflsed, 1722;
passed Senate, 2342 ; enrolled, 2401.
Braden. David, bill (S. No. 166) for relief of.

received from Senate, 4202; read, 4832.
Bradley, George W., bill (BL R. No. 1866)
gran ting a pension to — [By Mr. Townsend,
of Pennsylvania.]
referred, 829.

bill (U. R: No. 1356) fortbe relief of— [By
. Mr. Townsend, of Pennsylvania.]
referred, 829.
Bradley, Walter, bill (H. R. No. 2661) grant-
ing a pension to — [By My. Bird.]
reported and passed, 2765.
Bradley, Zenus, bill (H. R. No. 2188) grant-
ing a pension to. of Allen, Alleghany
county. New York— [By Mr. Smith, of
New York.]
referred, 2072.
Branck, Harnson B., bill (H. R. No. 1623)
for the relief of the sareties of, late sqper-
iutendent of Indian affairs for the central
superintendency— [By Mr. Parker, of
Missouri.]
referred, 1115.
Brandy, bill (H. R. No. 1494) for the reg-
ulation of the distillation of, from
grapes— [By Mr. Coghlan.]
referred, 971
. bill (11. R. No. 2160) to repeal the tax on,
and 10 simplify and reduce it on whisky,
and to prohibit the destruction by reve-
nue oflicers of property appertaining
thereto — [By Mr. Leach.]
referred, 2073.
Brantley, B. D., bill (H. R. No. 2278) to
remove the political disabilities of, of
Pierce county, Georgia — [By Mr. Mc*
Intyre.]
referred, 2439.
Braxton, Elliott M., a Representative from

Virginia 8

(See Election^ Contested,)
resolution declaring, duly elected from the
seventh district of Virginia — [By Mr.
McCrary, January 9, 1872]
reported, 321; agreed to, 470.

leave of absence granted to 1024, 2880

petitions presented by 328,

448,644, 1149, 1222,. 1279, 1818, 1446,
16G4, 1099, 1782, 1818, 1909, 1961, 1985,
2081, 2355, 2382, 2403, 2941, 2956, 8806
bills introduced by-
No. 665 — for continuing the improvement
of Rappahannock river, Virginia, ld5
No. 2474 - -to allow the Orange and Alex-
andria Railroad Company to establish
a depot and form connection with other
railroads in the District of Colum-
bia, 2746

No. 2847 — to authorize the Orange, Alex-
andria, and Manassas Railroad Com-
pany to run trains and transport freight
and passengers within the District of

Colaiubia , 8661

incidental remarks by 467,

1982, 2746, 8682, 3679
remarks on the subject of State rights, 1197

on Virginia politics 1741^ 1742

on the Baltimore and Potomac railroad

bill 2076

on the order of business 8336

on the civil appropriation bill 3777

Brayton, F. B., bill (H. R. No. 101) for the
relief of— [By Mr. Burchard.]
reported and passed, 1808; passed Senate,
2802.
Breustadt, Louisa, bill (H. R. No. 1101) grant-
ing a pension' to, mother of Louis Bren-
stadt, late a private in company I, seven-
teenth Missouri volunteers — [By Mr. L.
Myers.]
referred, 498.



Brevets, bill (H. R. No. 907) to regulate, in
the Army — [By Mr. Butler, of Massachn-
setts.]
referred, 892.
Brewer, Elizabeth S., bill (H. R. No. 2884)
authorizing the Secretary of the Interior
' to adjust and pay the claim in favor of,
executrix of John Brewer, for the ser-
vices of said John Brewer for obtaining
the condemnation of lands for the Wash-
ington aqueduct — [By Mr. Poland.]
reported and passed, 8829.
Brewer, Peter, bill (H. R. No. 2469) grantiug
a pension to — [Bv Mr. Manson.]
reported andpassed, 2716.
Bribery, bill (H^ R. No. 643) to punish bank,
insurance. State, and Government officials
for, and corruption — [By Mr. Merriam.] \
referred, 196.

bill (H. R. No. 1619) to prevent, and cor-
ruption of officers ana employes of the
United States— [By Mr. Butler, of Mas-
sachusetts.]
referred, 978.
Bridge, bill (H. R. No. 969) to authorize the
construction of a, across the Mississippi
river at Memphis, Tennessee — [By Mr.
Vaughan.]
referred, 394.

bill (H. B. No. 997) giving the consent of
the United States to the erection of a,
across the Mississippi river at Canton,
Missouri — [By Mr. Blair, of Missouri.}
referred, 394.
bill (H. R. No. 1016) to authorize the West
Wisconsin Railway Company to keep
up and maintain a, for railway purposes
across Lake St Croix at the city of
Hudson^ Wisconsin — [By Mr. Rusk.]
referred, 896.
joint resolution (H.R.No.87) authorizing the
building of a railroad, over the Ohio river
at Cincinnati, Ohio— [By Mr. Banks.]
referred, 497.
bill (H. B. No. 1193) authorizing the con-
struction of a railroad, across the Ohio
river at or near Evansville, Indiana —
[By Mr. Niblack.]
referred, 623.
bill (H. R. No. 888) to authorize the con-
struction of a, across the Missouri river
at or near St. Joseph, Missouri— [By
Mr. Parker, of Missouri.]
passed the Senate with amendment, 718;
concurred in, 1242 ; enrolled, 1346 ;
approved, 1682.
bill (H. R. No. 1888) to authorize the con-
struction and maintenance of a, over
the Mississippi river between Carroll or
Whitesides county, Illinois, and Jack-
son or Clinton county, Iowa, and to
establish the same as a post road — [By
Mr. Cotton.1
read. 830 ; referred, 848.
bill (H. R. No. 1392) authorizing the con-
struction of a, across the Mississippi river
at St. Louis, Missouri — [By Mr. Hay.]
referred, 848.
bill (U. R. No. 1409) authorizing the con-
struction of a, over the Mississippi river
at Muscatine, Iowa — [By Mr. Cotton.]
referred, 848.
bill (H. R. No. 1414) authorizing the con-
struction of a wagon and railroad, across
the Mississippi river at Qaincy, Illi-
nois — [By Mr. Hawley.] .
retierred, 881. j

bill (H. R. No. 1616) authorizing the con-
struction of a railroad, across the Ohio
river at Mount Vernon, Indiaiia — [By
Mr. Niblack.]
referred, 1116.
bill (S. No. 246) amendatory of an act au-
thorizing the construction of a, across
the Arkansas river,
conference, 1149, 1242, 1272 ; conference
report, 2906 ; agreed to by House, 2906;
by Senate, 1616; reconsidered, new
oonferencey 4829.



Bridge — Continued,

bill (S. No. 647) to authorize the construc-
tion of a, across the Mississippi river
at or near the town of Clinton, in Iowa,
and other bridges across said river, ana
to establish them as post roads,
received from Senate, 1149; referred,
1188 ; reported and passed -with amend-
ment, 1836 ; concurred in by Senate,
1878; enrolled, 1878.

bill (H. R. No. 1721) to authorize the con-
struction of a, across the Missouri river
at Booneville, Missouri, and to declare
the same a post road— [By Mr. Parker,
of Missouri.]
referred, 1212.

bill (H. R. No. 1768) granting the Curo
and Vincennes Railrosd Obmpany the
right to build a, across the Big Wabash
river— [By Mr. Crebs.]
referred, 1242.

bill (H. B. No. 1898) autborinDg tiie
erection of a, over the Ohio riv«r at
Henderson, Kentucky — [By Mr. Mc-
Henry. ]
referred, 1679.

bill (H. R. No. 1987) to authorize ^»« con-
struction of a, across the Mississippi
at Fort Madison, Iowa, and to estao-
lish the same as a post road — [By Mr.
McCrary.]
referred, 1606.

bill (H. R. No. 1996) to authorize the con-
struction of a draw, over the Mississippi
river at Red Wing, Minnesota — [By
Mr. Averill.]
referred, 1776.

bill (H. R. No. 2008) mDtin|r authority to
build a, over the Mississippi river at or
near St. Genevieve, Missouri — [By Mr.
.McCormick, of Mitoouri.]
referred, 1776.

bill (H. R. No. 2009) authorizing the Mont-
gomei7 and Mobile Railroad Company
to build a, over the Mobile and other
navigable rivers tributary to Mobile
bay— [By Mr. Buckley.] .
referred, 1776.

biU (H. R. No. 2018) granting 1^6 Mem-
phis and Vieksburg Railroad Company
the right to build a, over the Yazoo
river— [By Mr. MeKee.]
referred, 1776.

bill (H. R. No. 2026) to authoriae the con-
struction of a wa^n and railroad, across
the Mississippi nver at Qnincy, Illinois,
and to estfliblisb the same as a post
route— [By Mr. Hawley.]
referred, 1806.

bill (H. R. No. 2161) to autiumze the con-
struction and maintenance of a, over
the Miflsissippi river between the city
of Warsaw, Hancock eovnty, Illinois,
and Alexandria, Clark county, Missouri,
and to establish the same as 9t poet
route — [By Mr. Hawley.]
referred, 2078.

bill (H. R. No. 2178) authorizing ^e con-
struction of a, across the Miasouri river
at Rul6, Nebraekar-[Bt Mr; Taffs.]
referred, 2074.

bill (H. R. No. 21S4) to authorize the con-
struction of a substantial iron oi ' ma-
sonry, across the eastern branch of ike
Potomac, at or near the present Aaa-
eostiar- [By Mr. Chipman.]
referred 2074.

bill (H. R.' No. 2207) to aatiioriBe Hke con-
struction of a, and to eetabHsb the
same as a poet road — [By Mr. fiolmen.]
reported ana passed, 2213 ; passed Sen
ate with amendment, 8886 ; read, 8626 ;
concurred in, 8668 ; earolled, ^6.

bill (S. No. 696) to authorize the oonstruc-
tion of a, across the Missouri ttver at
Boonville, MissourL
received from Senate, 2802; referred,
2401 ; reported and passed, 8149 ; en-
roUed, 8219.



Digitized by



Google



INDEX TO HOUSE PROCEEDINGS-



OLin



bill (S. No. B28) liothorizing the oonrtruo-
tion of a, aeross the MissoBri tiFor
opposite to or within the corporate lim-
its of Nebraska Gity, Nebraska,
received from Senate, 2401; referred,
&2S1; reported aod passed-, 3972; en-
roUed,4025.

bill (E. Li. No. 2295) to aatborize construc-
tion of a, across Missouri riv«r at Jeffer-
son City, Missouri — [By Mr. Bordett.]
referred, 2440.

bill (H. E. No. 23lS) to authorize the con-
straetion of a, over the tide- water
of Dunstoo rirer, in the . State of
Maine — [By Mr. Lynch,]
referred. 2442; reported and passed, 8881;
passed Senate, 8453 ; approved, 8682.

bill (H. R. No. 2819) giving the consent of
the United States to the erection of a,
across the Arkansas river at Pine Bluff,
. in Arkansas — [By Mr. Snyder.]
referred, 2448.

bill (H. B. No. 2880) to authorize the St.
Joseph Bridge-Building Company to
mortgage its, with the appurtenances
and the franchises relating thereto — [By
Mr. Parker, of Miasoari.]
referred, 2586.

bill (S. ^ew 681) authorizing the .oonstnic-
tion of a, across the Missouri river at
Brownsville, Nebraska,
receivedfrom Senate, 2657; referred, 8281;
reported and passed, 8972; enrolled,
4025.

bill (S. No. 1014) to Amend an act author-
.izing the construction of a, across the
Missoari river at or near St. Joseph, in
the State of Missouri, approved March
5, 1872.
received from Senate, 2782 ; passed, 2817 ;
enrolled, 2850.

bill (S. No. 671) to anthorize the West Wis-
consin Railway Company to keep up
and maintain a, for railway purposes
across Lake St. Croix to Hudson, Wis-
consin,
rt oelved from Senate, 2790 ; passed, 8198 ;
enfoUed, 8294.

bill (H. R. No. 2642) authorizing tke con-
struction of a, acroes the Mississippi
river at &L Louis, Missouri^ — [By Mr.
Negley.]
referred, 8058.

bill (S. No. 662) authorizing the construc-
tion of a railroad, across the Ohio river
at Mount Vernon, Indiana,
received from Senate, 8462; referred,
8562.

bill (S. No* 589) authorizing the construc-
tion of a railroad, across tiie Ohio river
at or near Evaosville, Indiana,
received from Senate, 8511 ; refecredi
8568.

bill (S. No. 981) authorizing the construc-
tion of a, across Qxe Arkansas river at
Little Rock, Arkansas,
received from Senate 8511 ; recalled by
Senate, 8568 ; returned^ 8572 ; received
from the Senate, 8792; passed, 8798;
enrolled, 8878.

bill (S. No. 842) to authorize the construc-
tion of a, across the Mississippi river at
or near the city of Red Wing, in the State
of Minnesottti, %nd to estabUsh it as a post
road,
received. from Senate, 8568; passed, 4817;
enrolled, 4435.

bill (H. R. No, 2888) to authorize the con-
struction of a r^Iroad,. across the west
channel of the Detroit river at 0rosse
Isie— [By Mr. Stoughton.]
referred, 8651.

bill (H. B. No. 2885) to authorise the eon-
BtruQtiQa of a railroad and, across the
Genesee river in Monroe county,, in the
State of New York— [Biy Mr. Claike, of
Se>vYork.]
referred) 2687.



Bridges, bill (H. R. No. 827) to authorize the
constructing of, across the Ohio river,
and to prescribe the dimensions of the
same— [By Mr. Kerr.]
referred, 802 ; reported and recommitted,
1185; motion to reconsider, 1218; dis-
cussed, 1882 ; bill jpassed, 1884 ; passed
Senate with amendment, 4458 ; confer-
ence, 4457, 4459; conference report,
4460; agreed to by House^ 4461.
remarks by-^

Mr. Bingham 1884

Mr. Crebs .• «.1884

Mr. Crossland 1888, 1884

Mr. Hoiman 1185,

1882, 1888, 1884, 4457, 4460

Mr. Kerr 1888

Mr. Marshall 1888

Mr. McHenry 1884

Mr. Negley 1888

Mr. Packer.«.« 1185

Mr. Potter 1884

bill (H. R. No. 1984) to authorize the con-
struction of, across the Arkansas river,
and to prescribe the dimensions of the
same — [By Mr. Hanks.]
referred, 1774.
bill (S. No. 251) to amend an act to estab-
lish and declare the railroad and, of the
New Orleans, Mobile, and Chattanooga
Railtead Company as hereafter con-
structed a post road,
received from Senate, 1981; recalled by
Senate, 1988; returned, 2045.
bill (3. No. 845) to authorize the construc-
tion of certain, across the Mississippi
river, and to establish the same as post
roads,
received from Senate, 2450; passed with
admendment, 8890 ; concurred in, 8402 ;
enrolled, 8407.
bill (H. R. No. 2749) to provide for the
construction of Government, over Big
Sioux river, between the Territory of
Dakota and the State of Iowar**[By Mr.
Armstrong.]
referred, 8870.
bill (S. No. 819) authorizittg the construc-
tion of railroad, across Uie Mobile
river and other navi^ahle Streams trib-
utary to Mobile ba^, in accordance with
. the acts of the Legislature df Alabama,

and to establish them as post roads,
received from Senate, 8886 ; passed, 8616.
bill (H. R. No. 2866) for regulating the
construction of, across the Mississippi
river — [By Mr. Hoiman.]
reported and passed, 8798; passed Sen-
ate, 8888; enrolled, 8988.
Bridges, William H., bill (H. R. No. 712)
granting a pension to — [By Mr. Manson. J
referred, 197; reported and passed, 466;
passed Senate, 2008 ; enrolled, 2101.
Brigham, Robert,, bill (H. R. No. 2808) for
the relief of, late postmaster at Franklin,
Pennsylvania — []^ Mr. Buckley.]
repjorted and passedt8685.
Brignt, John M., a Representative ftom Ten-
nessee...... 8

petitions presented by. » 802, 1125

Dills introduced by—r
No. 1858 — for the removal of the political
disabilities of sundry persons. ...... 1427

No. 1928— for the removal of the polit-
ical dijBabilities of. certain persons, 1581
No. 2024— for the removal of the polit-
ical disabilities of sundry persoaa therein

named ...» u.l776

No. 2112— fi)r th% removal of the polit-
. ical disabilities of the persons therein

named............ .....^ .«.1955

No. 2201— for the removal of the political

disabilities of sundry persons..^ 2168

No. 2877 — making an appropriation for
the benefit of the Preshytenan church,

Murfreesboro, Tennessee. 2686

No. 2878— for the removal of the political
disabilities of J. £. Dromgoole, of Ten-

• ..••*. ..•.*.«». ..«••...... u...«...^OvO



Bright, John M., a Bepreseotative fromTen-
uessee — Continued.
bills introduced by —
No. 2879— for the relief of Boberteon

Topp and William L. Vance 2686

Ko. 2380 — granting a pension to Mary £.

Campbell 2686

incidental remarks by 806,

1277, 2687,8981,4104

remarks on the appordonment bill 188,

140, 141

on the bill to establish an educational

fund...777, 800, (ee%AppendiXf)B62, 884

on the tariff and tax bill 8046

(See Appendix,)

on the call of the House 8861

Brooks, Benjamin S., bill (H. R. No. 869)
for the relief of, Egbert Judson. and John
Center, in relation to the island of Yerba
Buena, in the bay ef San Francisco— [By
Mr. Eldredge.]
reported and tabled, 1542. -
Brooks, Qeorge M., a Representative from

Massachusetts ...8

leave of absence granted to ....2559

petitions presented by 67, 282, 258,

849, 876, 899, 698,1090, 1699, 2408, 2594
bills introduced by —
No. 896— to enable William Sellers and
Coleman Sellers to make application
to the Commissioner of Patents for the
extension of letters patent for an im-
provement in coupling for shafting...878
No. 1416— for the relief of Albert W.

Gray 980

No. 1417— for the relief of George W.

Morse ..980

No. 1784 — for the relief of the sureties
of Samuel Cbism, late postmaster at

Newton, Massachusetts 1897

No. 1878— for the relief of the freed-
men of the Choctaw and Chickasaw

nations »1578

reports made by 980

incidental remarks by » 1897,

1482, 1582, 2117
remarke on the bill for the relief of William

and Coleman Sellers 878, 874

on the bill for the relief of George W.

Morse 980, 981, 982

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

1403, 1512

resignation ot ; 8890

Brooks, James, a Representative from New

York 415

petitions presented by 579, 933, 975,

1258, 1446, 1485, 1664, 2186, 8414
bills introduced by —
No. 1524— for the relief of Elizabeth N.

Jackson 973

No. 1749 — to authorize the continuance
of mail steamship service between the

United States and Cuba 1214

No. 1760— explanatory of the iuternal
revenue act of June 80, 1864, as
amended by the act of July 18, 1866, in
relation to simps, ieliieft, mustards,
sauces, and canned and preserved
fruitS| .vegetables and meats, enumer-
ated and taxed id schedule of said
act, and acts amendatory thereof... 1216
No. 2716— to establish an iron ship- build-
ing yard on the waters falling into the
Atlantic and an iron 0]

referred, 308.
bill (H. R. No. 902) making an impropria-
tion for tbe eepairs, furnishing, and
ornamentation of the United States
custom-boese and post office at. Bath,
. Maine— [By Mr. Frye.]

referred. 891 ; reported and passed, 8826 ;
passed Senate, 4469, ._ .. • .



Building— Con^tnuec?.

bill (U. R. No. 928) to provide for the erec-
tion of a, suitable /or use as a post
office and for ibe accommodation of
United States internal revenue officials
and other Government purposes 4t Jer-
sey City, New Jersey— [By Mr. Halsey.]
referred, 89^.

bill (H. R. No. 941) appropriating money

• for a, in Pittsburg, irennsylvania, for a

court-house, custom-bouse, post office,

and other Federal offices— [By Mr.

Negley.]

referred, 398.

bill (H. R. No. 942) authorizing tbe Secre-
tary of the Treasury to purchase a site
and erect a suitable, thereon, to be
used as a marine hospital, and to be
located in the city of Pittsburg, Penn-
sylvania— [By Mr. Negley.]
referred, 898.

bill (H. R. No. 960) appropriating $160,000
for the erection of a suitable, for the
accommodation of a post office, &c,
at Shreveport, Louisiana — [By Mr.
Morey.]
referred, 898.

bill (H. R. No. 1089) to authorize tbe erec-
tion of a, at Syracuse, New York, and
appropriatinff $250,000 for that pur-

J)08e — [By Mr. DuelL]
erred, 497.
biU (H. R. No. 1111) to provide for a.
suited to tbe use of the post office, land
and revenue officers, and the judicial
officers of the United States, in Mont-
gomery, Alabama**-[By Mr. Buckley.]
referred, 498.
bill (H. R. Mo. 1126) making an appropria-
tion for the erection of a court-house and
post office in tbe city of Paducah, Ken-
tucky — [By Mr. Crosslaod.]
referred, 498. ♦

bilL^H. R No. 1166) making an appropria-
tion for the erection of a^ on ttie vacant
half of the custom-house lot at San Fran-
cisco— [By Mr. Sargent.]
referred, 600.
bill (H. R. No. 1287) to authorize the erec-
tion of a, at the city of Harrisburg,
Ptsnnsylvania, for the accommodaiion
of the post office, pension, revenue, and
other offices. of the United States— [By
Mr. Haldeman.]
referred, 680.
bill (H. R. No. 1244) making an appropria-
tion for the erection of a court-house
in Hertford countyr Nortb Carolina, to
supply the place of. one destrojed by
ibe Federal forees-^[By Mr. Cotib.]
referred, 680.
. bill (H. R. No, 1862) for the construction
of a, at Buy St. Louis, Missis8ippi-*[By
Mr. Perce.]
referred, 829.
resolution in reference to a new, for the
Philade!phia post office— :By Mr. L.
Myers, February 9, 1872.]
agr«>ed to. 988.
bill (H. R. Ko. 1482) to authorize the erec-
tion of a, at Rome, New York— [By Mr.
£. H. Roberts.]
referred, 969.
bill (B. R. No. 1489) to provide for tbe
erectiiHi of a post office and custom-
house at Dunkirk, New York — [By
Mr. Sessions.]
referred, 969.
bill (H. R. No. 1448) to provide for a, for
the use of the United States court, post
office, and internal revenue offices at
Atlanta, Georgia— [By Mr. Bigby.]
referred, 969.
resolution calling for information in refer-
ence to tbe condition of tbe post office,
court-room, and marine hojipital at
Pittsburg. Pennsylvania — [By Mr.
Neeley» February 12, 1872.]



Online LibraryUnited States. CongressThe congressional globe → online text (page 51 of 109)