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census in excess of the compensation
allowed them under the law in force

before the passage of this act 510

No. 584 — to confirm the title of jHmea
V. Boughner to certain lands therein

described 082

No. 545 — for the relief of Thoma?* B
Stewart and Alexander McCoun, of

West Virginia 003

No. 860 — providing for the paym-'n! u\
loyal citizens of Loudoun cuuniy, Vir-
ginia, therein named, fur their prop-
erty taken by the military authori«i s

of the United States 1« -8

No. 889 — for the relief of Joseph S'-j^.-ir,

of Virginia "lO'V.)

reports made bv. 868, 889, 1151, 1666, 1S83,

2069, 2119, 3178, 8470, 4086, 4198, 41 IK

incidental remarks by ...681, 663, 952, 1207,

1209, 1258, 1322. 1852, 1389, 1411, 1850,

1861, 2058. 2797, 2882, 2910, 3018, 8065,

8178, 8174, 8353, 3477, 3346, 3662, 8602,

8616, 8727, 8768, 8769, 8891. 8949, 4141,

4188, 4192, 4291, 4884, 4898, 4401, 4478

remarks on the amnesty an<i civil rights bU,

(H. R. No. 380) 28, 244, 245, 821

on the order of business 818, 2155,

2626, 2560, 2678, 2798, 8271, 4108, 4173

on the legislative appropriation bill. ..986

1420, 1577, 1632, 1633, 1634, 1640, 2637

on the Chicago relief bill (H. B. No. 655),

1770, 1771, 1772, 1791

on the soldiers* and sailors' homestead

bill 1887



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INDEX TO SENATE PB00EEDING6.



Boreman^ Arthur I., a Stoator fron Weal
YirgtoMr-CoMiinuecU
remarks oa the bill authariziDg a bridge
across ihe Ohio river ai Mount Vernon*

li»diana» 1941, 8489

on the bill auihorizing a bridge across the

Ohio river at Evansville, Indiana, 1943

on Uie bill to repeal the duties on tea and

coffee, (H. R. No. 1587)....^ ....-1974,

X975> 1976, 1979, 1998, 2014, 2042

on the bill for the relief of purchasers of

lots at Harper's Fernr .-.. 1985

on the bill for the relief of Joseph Segar,

2069, 2674, 2675

on the bill to establish a municipal court

in the District of Columbia.. 2587

OB the deficiency appropriation bill, 2764,

2778. 2778,2779, 2780, 2807, 2018, 8868

on the biU in relation to Cherokee lands

in Kansae ^.......:.«..2797, 2884

on the bill in reference to railroads in

Dakota 2886, 2887, 3856, 8762

oo tlie bill repealing the duties upon tea

and coffee, (fcL R. No. 174) 2918

on the Post Office appropriation bill, 8082,

8103, 8108, 3110, 3185, 8145, 8146

on the bill fur removal of disabilities, (H,

R. No. 1050) 8179,

8180, 8188, 8189, 8195, 8196,
8268, 8265, 3267, 8268, 3269
OB thjBenforQemeot bill (S. No- 791), 3289,
3291, 8319, 8820, 8330, 8332,
8334, 3360, 8862, 342U 8422
on the Baltimore and Potomac railroad

bill 3501, 3502

on the bill to abolish the tribal relations

of the Miami Indians.... 8544, 8545

on the Army appropriation bill 3597

on the bill for the relief of Thomas B.

Stewart and Alexander McConn...3602

09 the bill to amend the steamboat

law 3642

on the Uriffand Ux bill 3898,

3899, 8901, 8919, 8922, 4045, 4046,

4047, 4051, 4052, 4058, 4079, 4084,4087

on the question of final adjournment, 4151

on the bill for the relief of Theodore

Adams 4197,

4198, 4199, 4200, 4496, 4497, 4499
on the civil appropriation bill...........4240,

4249, 4269, 4277, 4868, 4873, 4374,
4385, 4387, 4390, 4898, 4894, 4895
on the Anacostia and Potomac River rail-
road bill..i .*. 4418, 4414

on the bill to authorise bridges across the

Ohio river „„ 4481,

4482,4485, 4487, 4488, 4490, 4491, 4492
Boswell, James W., biU (S. No. 911) for the
relief of Benjamin Coolej and— [By Mr.
Kelly.]
reported, 2119.
Botts, John Minor, bill (S. No. 760) for the
relief of Beverly M. Botts, Rosalie S.
Lewis, Isabella McLean Lewis, and Mary
Minor Uoxey, children and heirs at- law
of, deceased— [By Mr. Pratt.]
reported, 1489 ; passed 2259.
Bottdinot, Elias C, bill (H. R. No. 1868) for
the relief of.
received from the House, 1529: referred,
1580.
Bonghner, James V., bill (S. No. 534) to
confirm the title of, to certain lands therein
described— [By Mr. Boreman.]
referred, 582 ; reported, 8892.
Boundary, bill (H. R. No. 1056) authorizing
the survey and marking of the, between
the territory of the United States and the
/ possessions of Qreat Britain from the
Lake of the Woods to the summit of the
Rocky mountains,
received from House, 429; referred, 449;
reported, 520; passed, 1624; enrolled,

nn.

Bounties, bill (S. No. 556) to equalize, to the
soldiers of the United States Army during
the late rebelUon— [By Mr. CaldweU.]
referred^ 696.



Bounties — CarUintied.
bill (H. li. No. 1782) in relation to.
received from House, 1529; referred,

1580 ; reported, 2119 ; passed, 2288.
remarks by —

Mr. Edmuade.. 2119, 2120

Mr. Wilson. 2119, 2120, 2288

resolution for printing additional copies of
the act in relation tO'-<*[By Mr. Blair,
April 25, 1872.]
referred, 2764; reported and agreed to,
2985.
Bounty, bill (S. No. 219) to carry into effect
the decision of the Supreme Court relat-
ing to, to soldiers enlisted between the 8d
day of May and the 22d day of July,
1861— [By Mr. Wilson.]
recommitted. 159.

bill (H. R. No. 1180) to extend the time for
filing claims for additional, under the
act of July 28,^ 1866.
received from House, 522 ; referred, 544 ;
reported, 723 ; passed, 2287.
bill (S. No. 627) to place colored persons
who enlisted in the Army on the same
footing as other soldiers as to, and
pensions — [By Mr. Wilson.]
referred, 958 ; reported, 2723.
Bowers, W. T., biU (H. R. No. 1899) for the
relief of.
received from House, 3641 ; referred, 3647 ;
reported and passed, 4193; enrolled,
4345.
BowUy, William Wilson, bill (S. No. 1107) for
the relief of, collector of internal revenue
for Oregon— [By Mr. Corbeit.]
referred, 3316; roported, 8415; pa«sed,
8553; passed House, 4187; enrolled,
4226 ; approved, 4285.
Boyd, Margaret J., bill (H. R. No. 2458} grant-
ing a pension to, Rachel D. Mcllvaine,
and William L. Mcllvaine.
received from House, 2725 ; referred, 2725.
Boyd, William IX, bill (H. R. No. 2557) grant-
ing a pension to.
receivecl from the House, 2764; referred,
2764,
Boyer, John, bill (H. R. No. 1720) to confirm
the title of, to certain lands therein de-
scribed,
received from House, 1763 ; referred, 1783 ;
referred anew, 1882; re)>orted, 2285;
passed, 2292.
Braden, David, bill (S. No. 166) for the relief
of— [By Mr. Pratt.]
reported, 2723; passed, 4193.
Bradley, Walter, bill (H. R. No. 2551) grant-
ing a pension to.
received from the House, 2768; referred,
2764.
Brake, bill (H. R. No. 1337) to authorize Wil-
liam C. Jardiue to make application to
the Commissioner of Patents tor the issue
of a patent for his improvement in, and
rest for carts,
received from House, 817 ; referred, 817 ;
reported and passed, 2358.
Bray ton. F. B., bill (H. R. ^o. 101) for the
relief of.
received from House, 1828 ; referred, 1828 ;
reported, 2249; passed, 2262; enrolled,
2359.
Brewer, Elizabeth S., bill (H. R. No. 2884)
for the settlement and payment of the
claim of, executrix of John Brewer,
received from House, 8869; referred, 8870 ;
reported, 4085.
Brewer, Peter, bill (H. R. No. 2460) granting
a piension to.
received from House, 2725 ; referred, 2725.
Bribery, bill (S. No. 886) to prevent and pun-
ish, and^iorrupt practices in the election
of electors of President and Vice Pres-
ident of the United States, and of mem-
bers of the House of Representatives in
the Congress of the United States— [By
Mr. Anthony.]
read, 24 ; sefwred, 42, 48.*



Bridge, bill (S. No. 245) amendatory of aa Ml
authorizing the construction of a, across
the Arkansas river — [By Mr. Rice.]
conference, 86^ 1127, 1181, 1258; confer-
ence report, 1490 ; concurred in by Sen-
ate, 1490; new conference asked, 4494.
bill (S. No. 457) to authorise the West Wis-
consin Railway Company to keep up
and maintain a, ior railway purposes
across Lake St. Croix, at Hudson,
Wisconsin — [By Mr. Carpenter.]
referred, 854; reported adversely and
indefinitely postponed, 2357.
bin (H. R. No. 888) to authorise the con-
struction of a, across the Missouri river
at or near St. Joseph, Misaoori.
reported, 606; passed with ansendment,
698; concurred in by House, 1228;
enrolled, 1858.
bill (S. No. 689) anthoriaing the construc-
tion of a railroad, across the Ohio river
at or near Evansville,. in Indiana — [By
Mr. Morton.]
referredr606; reported, 1177; discussed,
1820; psssed, 1943; moUou to recon-
sider, 1950 ; passed, 3477.
remarka by —

Mr. Boreman 1948

Mr. Caldwell 1821, 1822

Mr. Chandler., 1177, 1822, 1948

Mr. Morton 1^20, 1821, 1822, 1943

Mr. Pomeroy ,1821

Mr. Ramsey ^1821, 1822

Mr. Scott.^ « 1950

Mr. Sherman 1821, 1822, 1823

bill (S. No. 547) to authorise the construc-
tion of a, across the Mississippi river at
Clinton, Iowa, and to establish it as a
post road — [By Mr. Harlan.]
referred, 696; reported, 817; amend-
ment, 869; discussed, 1129; passed,
1130; passed House with amendment,
1823; concurred in, 1828; enrolled,
1852 ; approved, 2062.
remarks by —

Mr. Carpenter — 817, 1180

Mr. Casserly 1129, 1180

Mr. Cole...., 1129, 1180

Mr. Edmunds 1130

Mr. Harlan 869,1129, 1130

Mr. Ramsey 817, 1129, 1180

Mr. Scott 1130

Mr. Wright ...1129, 1828

bill (S. No. 597) to authorize the Little
Rock, Pine Bluff, and Arkadelphia
Southwestern Railroad Company to
construct a, over the Ouachita river
at or near Arkadelphia, Arkansas-^[By
Mr. Clayton.]
referred, 840; reported, 1785.
bill (S. Na 631) to authorize the construction
of a, across the Missouri river at Bfown-
ville, Nebraska— [B^ Mr. Tipton.]
referred, 953 ; reported, 1316 ; discussed,
2595; passed, 2506; passed House,
8900 ; enrolled, 4039 ; approved, 4222.
remarks by —

Mr. Casserly 2595,2596

Mr. Conkiing •♦. 2596

Mr. Rampey .*., 2596

Mr.TipJon 2595

railway, bill (8. No. 662) authorizing the con-
struction of a, across the Ohio river at
Mount Vernon, Indiana — [By Mr. Pratt]
referred, 1112; reported, 1177 ; discnssed,
1940, 1943; passed, 1944; motion to
reconsider, 1950; discussed, 3488;
passed, 8489.
remarks by —

Mr. Boreman...^. ...IMl, 8489

Mr. CaJdwelL.. 8489

Mr. Chandler 1177,

1940, 1941, 8438, 8489

Mr. Morton 1941

Mr. Pomeroy „ 8489

Mr. Pratt 1112, 1941, 8488, 8489

Mr. Ramsey, 1941

Mr. ScQlUu^ 1950^ 84^, 8489



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bill (3. No. 671) toftnthoriz^ the West Wis-
consin Railway Company to k^p vp and
maintain a, for railway purposes across
Lake St. Croix, at Hudsoni Wiscon-
sin— [By Mr. Carpenter.] '
referred) 1118 ; reported, 1176 ; discussed,
2724 ; pas8ed.2762 ; passed Hon8e,8l78;
enrolled, 8276 ; approved, 8579.
remarks by^ —

Mr. Casserly.. 2724

Mr. Howe 27«4, 2762

Mr. Ramse? 2724

bHl (S. No. 696j to aothorise the constmo-
tion of a, across the MitsOnri river at
Boonville, Missouri — [By Mr. Blair.]
referred, 1177 ; reported. 1687? parsed,
2249 ) passed House, 8126 ; enrolled,
8179 ; approved, 8854.

bill (S. No. 768) to reimburse the tow-boat
owners of PUtsberg, Pennsylvania, for
money paid by them to the Baltimore
and Ohio Railroad Company for enlarg-
ing the water-ways under the, across the
Ohio at Parkersburg— [By Mr. Soott.]
referred, 1490.

bill (S. No. 828) anthorizmg the construc-
tion of a, across the Missouri river
opposite to or within the corporate
limits of Nebraska City, Nebraska —
[By Mr. Hitchcock.]
Teierred, 1758; reported, 2012; dis-
OQseed, 2882 ; passed, 2884 ; passed
House, 8990 ; enrolled, 4089 : approved,
4828.
remarks by-
Mr. Casserly 2888

Mr. Conkling 2888, 2884

Mr. Corbett 2384

Mr. Hitchcock 2882, 2888, 2884

Mr. Morrill, of Maine 2884

Mr. Poroeroy 2884

Mr. Ramsey 2888

Mr. Thurman. 2888

bill (S. No. 842) to authorize the construc-
tion of a, across the Mississippi river,
at or near the city of Red Wing, in
Minnesota, and to establish it as a post
road — [By Mr. Ramsey.]
referred, 1820 ; reported, 2152 ; passed,
8558; passed House, 4856; enrolled,
4417 ; approved, 4504.

wagon-road and railrolbd, bill (3. No. 845) to
authorize the construction of a, across
the Mississippi river, atQuincy, Illinois,
and to establish the same as a post road —
[By Mr. Logan.]

■ referred, 1820*; reported, 2248; read,
2429 ; passed, 2430 ; passed House with
amendment, 8418; concurred in, 8418;
enrolled, 8485, 8469 ; approved, 8579.

bill (S. No. 898) to authorize the construc-
tion of a, over the Mississippi river
between Warsaw, Illinois, and Alexan-
dria, Missouri, and to establish the
same as a post road — [By Mr. Logan.]
referred, 2059.

bill (8. No. 924) authorizing the construc-
tion of a railroad, across the Arkansas
river at Fort Smith, in Arkansas, and
to declare it a poet road — [By Mr.
Clayton.]
referred, 2154.

bill (3. No. 931) tsathonzin^ the construc-
tion of a, across the Arkansas river at
Little Rook, Arkansas— [By Mr. Clay-
ton.]
referred, 2186; reported, 2867; passed,
8491 ; recalled from House, 8579 ; re-
turned, 3616; motion to reconsider
withdrawn. 8762; passed House, 8807 ;
enrolled, 8894 ; approved, 4107.

bill (H. B. No. 2207) to authorize the con-
struction of a, and to establish the
tame as a post road,
received fVom House, 2268; referred,
2297; reported, 2909; passed with
amendment, 3852; agreed to, 8598;
•aroUed, 8616.



Bridge — OonHnued.
bill (S. No. 1014) to anthorize the St. Joseph
Bridge- Building Company to mortgage
its, with the appurtenances and fran-
chises relating thereto — [By Mr. Blair.]
referred, 2597; reported, 2728 ; passed,
2724; passed House, 2799; enrolled,
2848 ; approved, 2998.
remarks by —

Mr. Blair 2728, 2724

Mr. Conkling 2728, 2724

Mr. Ramsey 2723

bill (S. No. 1079) to authorize the construc-
tion of a, across the Missonri river at or
near the city of Lexington, in the State
of Missouri, and to estfiblish it as a post
road— [By Mr. Blair.]
referred, 8099.
bill <H. R. No. 2818) to authorize the con-
struction of a, over the tide-water of
Dunstan river, in Maine,
received from House, 8362; referred, 8414;
reported and passed, 8434; enrolled,
8594.
bill (S. No. 1184) to authorize the construc-
tion of a, over the west channel of De-
troit river from Stoney Island to Gross
Isle, and from Gross Isle to the west-
erly bank of said river— [By Mr. Logan.]
referred, 8637.
Bridffe Building Company, St. Joseph, bill
(S. No. 1014) to authorize the, to mort-
gage its bridge with the appurtenances
and the franchises relating thereto — [By
Mr. Blair.]
referred, 2597 ; reported, 2728 ; passed,
2724; passed House, 2799; enrolled,
2848 ; approved, 2998.
Bridges, bill (S. No. 251) to amend an act to
establish and declare the railroad and, of
the New Orleans, Mobile, and Chatta-
nooga Railroad Company as hereafter
constructed a post road, approved March
2, 1868— [By Mr. Spencer.]
reported, 880 ; called up, 1945 ; passed. 1945 ;
recalled from Hou8e,1966; returned, 2023.
bill (S. No. 681) to .empower the Secretary
of War to establish under certain con-
ditions a horse railway upon and over
the island of Rock Island and the,
erected by the United States connecting
the cities of Davenport and Rock Island
therewith— [By Mr. Harian.]
referred, 817.
bill (S. No. 65) to amend an act to author-
ize the construction of certain, and to
establish them as post roads, approved
July 25, 1866— [By Mr. Harlan.]
committee discharged, 1489.
bill ( H. R. No. 827) to authorize the coTistruc-
tion of, aorosB the Ohio river, and to
prescribe the dimensions of the same,
received from House, 1852; read, 1854;
referred, 2856; reported, 2522; dis-
cussed, 4481, 4482, 4489. 4491 ; passed
with amendment, 4498 ; conference,
4500.*
remarks by —

Mr. Alcorn 4492

Mr. Boteman 4481.4482,

4485, 4487, 4488,4490, 4491,4492

Mr. Cameron 4488, 4487, 4489

Mr. Ohandler.....2o22, 4482, 4483, 4484

Mr. Conkling 4482,

4488, 4484, 4485, 4490, 4491

Mr. Corbett 4482, 4483

Mr. Edmunds 4489, 4500

Mr. Morrill, of Vermont 4488

Mr. Morton ..4483,4484,

4485, 4486, 4487, 4488, 4490, 4492

Mr. Pratt ., 4492

Mr. Ramsey '. 4483

Mr. Scott 4481, 4482, 4484,

4485, 4486, 4489, 4491, 4492, 4500

Mr. Sherman 44B8, 4489, 4491, 4492

Mr. Stewart 4485, 44B6, 4492

Mr. Thurman 4488,

4489, 4490, 4492, 4500
yeas and nays on the 4484, 4491, 4498



Bridges — Continued,
bilT(S. No. 1011) to authorize the cotistruc-
tion of certain, over the Mississippi
river and over St. Croix lake or river —
[By Mr. Carpenter.]
referred , 2597 : reported, 8534.
bill (S. No. 1018) to authorize the grantees
of franchises for the construction and
maintenance of, to mortgage the same
with such, and their appurtenances —
[By Mr. Blair.]
referred, 2597 ; reported adversely and
indefinitely postponed', 2797.
bill (H. R. No. 2866) further regulating the
construction of, across the Mississippi
river,
received from House, 8808; referred,
8816; committee discharged and bill
passed, 3892; enrolled, 4010.
Bridges, William H., bill (fl. R. No. 712)
granting a pension to.
received from House, 452; referred, 452,
reportfed and passed, 1986: enrolled, 2090.
Briggs, Charies M., bill (S. No. 880) for the
benefit of— f By Mf. Stevenson.]
referred, 20l!^; reported adversely and
indefinitely postponed, 2119.
Brigham, Robert, bill (S. No. 157) for the
relief of, late postmaster at Franklin,
Pennsylvania — [By Mr. Scott.]
reported adversely and indefinitely post-
poned, 2523.
bill (H. R. No. 2808) for the relief of, late
postmaster at Franklin, Pennsylvania,
received from House, 8641 ; referred, 3647.
Britton, Benjamin L., bill (S. No. 860) for the
relief of— [By Mr. Rice.]
referred, 1989.
Bronough, Eari C, bill (8. No. 1001) to relieve,
from legal and political disabilities im-
posed by the fourteenth amendment of
the Constitution of the United Stales — [By
Mr. Corbett]
referred, 2560.
Brooks, Mrs. Alme D., bill (H. B. No. 2580)
granting a pension to.
received from House, 2763 ; referred, 2764.
Brooks, Martha A., bill (H. R. No. 2402)
granting a pension to.
received from House, 2724; referred, 2725;
reported and passed, 3687 ; enrolled, 3646.
Brooks, Mrs. Melinda, bill (S. No. 977) grant-
ing a pension to — [By Mr. Johnston]
referred, 2456 ; reported adversely and in-
definitely postponed, 8246.
Brown, D. Jay, bill fS. No. 197) for the relief of
the widow of, aereased — [By Mr. Pr«tt.]
reported, 1255; passed, 2259; passed House
with amendment, 3869 ; agreed to, 3888;
enrolled, 3897 ; approved, 4107.
Brown, R. H., bill (H. R. No. 2470) grant?njg
a pension to, of Adair county, Mihsouri.
received f^om House, 2725 ; referred 2725.
Browne, Benjamin Franklin, bill (H. R. No.
2410^ granting a pension to the minor
cbitaren of.
received from House, 2725; referred, 2725 ;
reported adversely and indefinitely po^t-
poued, 3768.
Browne, J. Ross, bill (S. No. 373) for the re-
lief of, late minister to China— [By Mr.
Casserly.]
referred, 68; reported, 1112; passed, 1937;
passea House, 8761; enrolled, 3772;
approved^ 8870.
Brown low, William G., a Senator from T^p-

nessee 1

petitions presented by, 44,310,350, 480, 2246
Dills introduced by —
No. 840— fixing the salaries of certain

officers SO

No. 758 — to confirm the purchase of ihe
site of Fort Houston, near Nashville,
Tennessee, and to donate the same to
the trustees of Fisk University for

educational purposes 1450

incidental remarks by 333

remarks personal and explanatory 1086,

1037, 1088, 1039

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Bryant, Joseph, bill (H. B. No. 628) grantii^
a pension to.
received from House, 157 ; referred, 168 ;
reported and bassed, 1665.
Buchanan, Mrs. F. Selina, bill (S. No. 1106)
for the relief of — [By Mr. Osborn.]
reported, 8315 ; passea, 4184.
Buck, John L., bill (8. No. 1019) for the re-
lief of, of Pine Blu£F, Arkansas — [By Mr.
Clayton.]
referred, 2674.
Buckingham, William A,, a Senator from

Connecticut^ 1

petitions presented by 68,

119, 234, 1316. 1412, 1628, 1937, 2162,
2428, 2522, 2630, 2757, 8315, 8686, 4182
bills introduced by —
No. 751 — authorizing the President to

glace the name of Brevet Lieutenant
lolonel James A. Bates, captain in the
United States Army, with the full rank
of major 1413

No. 766 — for the relief of the heirs of
Captain B. R. Perkins^ of the United
Stales Army ....1489

No. 944 — to provide for the claims of
the Pottawatomie Indians residing in
Michigan and Indiana 2285

ITo. 980— to advance Commander Francis
M. Bunce one grade in the Navy...2456

No. 988 — to provide homes for the Potta-
watomie and absentee Shawnee Indians
in the Indian territory 2524

No. 1088 — to authorize the Secretary of
the Interior to settle the claim of Messrs.
Burfee & Peck, and E. H. Durfee, for
supplies furnished the Indians in Mon-
tana in the winter of 1869 8246

No. 1175 — forthereliefof certain Indians
in the central soperintendency 8988

No. 1183 — to enable the Commissioner of
Indian Affairs to purchase and pay for
certain improvements within the Nez
Perce Indian reservation, in the Terri-
tory of Idaho 4106

No. 1186 — directing the Secretary of
War to deliver to Fisk Mills, sculptor,
condemned ordnance to be used in the
casting of the equestrian statue of the
late General Rawlins, and making an
appropriaiion for the erection of the
same upon the public grounds 4184

No. 1189 — to amend the act of February
21, 1867, entitled **An act to declare
the sense of an act to restrict the juris-
diction of the Court of Claims, and
to provide for the payment of certain
demands for quartermaster's stores
and subsistence supplies furnished to
the Army of the United States '\.. 4254
resolutions submitted by —

designating the standing committees —
[December 7, 1871] 41

in reference to the expenses of the Com-
mittee of Investigation and Retrench-
ment— [December 20, 1871] 236

for printing all resolutions referred to the
Committee .of Investigation and Re-
trenchment— [December 20, 1871], 236

authorizing Committee of Investigation
and Retrenchment to hold sessions in
New York, to employ a stenographer,
to administer oaths, &c. — [December
20, 1871]« 236

to pay the expenses of the Committee
on Investigation and Retrenchment —

• [March 5, 1872] 1418

reporte made by 1881, 2285,

2624, 2716, 2957, 8246, 8352, 8471,
8579, 8892, 8911, 4106, 4142, 4183

incidental remarks by 41, 45. 69, 209,

286, 1486, 2260, 2560, 2722, 2724, 8017,
8035, 3988, 4141, 4142, 4188, 4213, 4269,
4401,4409, 4418, 4462, 4463,4478, 4502
remarks on the protest against the extension
of suffrage to wqmen 119

on the resolution to create a Committee of

Investigation and Retrenchment.. ..161,

168, 191, 192, 193



Buckingham, William A., a Senator fropa
Connecticut — Continued.
remarks on the amnesty and civil rights bill,

(H. R. No. 880) 237

on the resolution calling for instructions as
to certain prosecutions, 1817, 1318, 1460

on theorder of business 1412, 2430,

2622, 2680, 8098, 3122,
4159, 4286, 4410, 4417
on the presentation of the statues of Trum-
bull and Sherman by the State of Con-
necticut 1526

on the bill for the relief of Mrs. Fannie

Kelly 1881

on the bill to repeal the duties on tea and

coffee, (H. R. No. 1587). 2002

on the Piedftiont and Potomac Railroad

Company bill 2164, 2166, 2167

on Indian appropriation bill. ...2190, 2267

on the Australian mail line bill 2466,

2468, 2469, 2470, 2473, 2474
on the bill to authorize the appointment

of shipping commissioners 2716,

8437, 3488, 8911
on the memorial of the National Council

of Congregational Churches ....2757

on the deiiciency appropriation bill. ..2776,

2781. 2782, 2808, 2916, 2916

on the bill repealing the duty upon tea and

coffee, (H. R. No. 174) 2918

on the bill to take jurisdiction over the

Alaska Indians 2957

on the Post Office appropriation hill, 8062,

8116, 3116, 8118, 8119, 8140, 8148

on the Baltimore and Potomac railroad

bill 3508,8504

on the tariff and tax bill 3907, 8917,

8»18, 3919, 8954, 4004, 4020,
4051, 4052, 4069,4060, 4061,
4063, 4075, 4080, 4083, 4084
on the question of final udjournment, 8949
on the report, of the investigating commit-
tee in regard to the custom-house at

New York 4220, 4221, 4222, 4228

on the civil appropriation bill 4248,

4840, 4845, 4354, 4394, 4395, 4396
on the river and harbor appropriation

bill ; 4298, 4406, 4408

on the bill to regulate the seizure of books,

papers, &c 4387



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