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i^erred, 56.

bill (H. H, No. 564) to amend an act to
restrict the jurisdiction of .the, and pro-
yide for the payment of certain demands
for ouartennaster stores and subsistence
8n];^ies furnished to the Army of the i
United States, approved July 4, 1864 —
[By Mr. MoCormick, of Missouri.]
referred, 58 ; reported and recommitted,
2846: reported and tabled, 816a.
bill (H. B. No. 680) in relation to ^ew trials
in the — [By Mr. Butler, of Massachu-
setto.]
referred, 194 ; reported and passed, 8411.
joint resolution (H. R. No. 74) referring the
claim^ of the heirs and leeal representa-
tive^ of Colonel Francis YigOf deeeased,
to the, for readjustment — [By Mr.
Vporhees-]
referred) 894 ; reported and recommitted,
849; reported changed to a bill (H. R.
No. 1421) and passed, 98a
joint resolution (H. R. No. 1Q9) conferring
upon the, jorisdiction to hear and de-
termine the claim of the heirs and legal
representatives of Captain SimaQti Sam-
son, deceased, oif Homer, New York —



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[By Mr. Duell.]
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* referred, 1578.

joint resolution (H. R. No. 120) referring
the claim of Asbury Dickens to the —
[By Mr. Maynard.J
referred, 2078.

bill (S. No* 159) conferring upon the, power
to hear and. determine the claim of J.
W. Parish ii Co. for damages for the
alleged violation of their contract with
the United States for the delivery -of ice.
received from Senate, 2802; referred,
8148 ; reported and passed with amend-
ment, 8844; agreed to, 8876; enrolled,
88S2.

42i> Gong. 2]> Sb3S.— L.



Court of C\BAm^-^GomHnuecL
bill (H. R. No. 2281) relatins to certain
actions in the — {Bf BIr. fiSkny.]
referred, 2489.
bill (H. R. No. 2594) referring the claim
of John H. Russell to the— [By Mr.
Poland.]
referred, 2885.
joint resolution (H. R. No. 146) to refer the
ckdns of William Lott, administraior of
the estate of Aaroo Lott^ to <^e— [By
Mr. Morphis.]
referred, 2886.
bill (H. R. No. 2846) to declare the sense of
an act to restrict the juriadiotion of the,
and to provide for the payment of eer«
tain demands for quartermaster stores
and subsistence supplies fbmished to
the Army of the United States^[By
Mr. Kerr.]
referred, 8651.
bill (H. R. No. 2964) to amend the act of
February 21, 1867, to decliire the sense
of an act to restrict the jurisdiction of
the,and to provide for the payment of
certain demands for quartermaster stores
and subsistence supplies furnished to
the Army of the United States— [By
Mr. Book.]
* referred, 4174.
Courts, bill (H. R. No. 481) in amendment of
an act for theremoral of causes to certain
oases from State^ approved July 27, 1867,
and acts in addition to and amendatory
thereof, approved March 2, 1867, and July
27, 1868— fBy Mr. Peters.]
referred, 55. .

bill (H.. R. No. 509) to provide for fumish-
mg copies of drawings and specifica-
tions of tiie Patent Of&ce to the cir-
cuit, of the United States at Eh'ie and
Williamsport, Pennsylvania-— [By Mr.
Scofield.]
referred, 56.
bill (BL R. No. 542) to change the place
of holding the United States circuit
and district, in the district oi West
Tennessee to Humboldt, is Gibson
county— [By Mr. Caldwell.]
referred, 67.
bill (H. R. No. 602) more clearly to define
the nature of Certain, in Montana-^[By
Mr. Clagett.]
referred, 59.
bill (H. R. No. 669) limiting the effect of
the act of July 27, 18S6, and its supple-
ments, approved Ma^h 7, 1867, to such
causes as have been commenced since
the Ist day of April, 1861— [By Mr.
Sherwood.]
referred, 196.
bill (H. R. No. 688) for the nrare conven-
ient transaction of bvsineestn the, of the
United States ia Alabama— [By Mr.
Hays.]
referred, 196.
bill (H. R. No. 840) to provide f*r issuing
service and return of original and final
process in the circuit and district, of the
United States— [By Mr. Burdett]
referred^ 808.
bill (H. R. No. 859) to ebaitte the time for
holding the circuit and diatrtet, for the
western district of Wisconsin at La
Crosse— [By Mr. Rusk.]
referred. 808 ; reported and passed, 1955 ;
passed Senate, 2949 ; enrolled, 2998 ;
ajDproved, 8802.
bill (H. R. No. 906) for the removal of cer-
tain causes to the United States — [By
Mr. Butler, of Massachutetts.]
referred, 892 ; reported, 1646 ; discussed,

1646 ; recommitted, 1650.
remarks by —

Mr. Bingham 1649, 1650

Mr. Butler, of Massachnsetts 892,

1646, 1647, 1648, 1649, 1650

Mr. Hoar...... « 1648

Mr. Holman 1646, 1650



Courts, bill (H R. No. 90b)—C(mHnued,

remarks by-*-

Mr. Kerf. 1646, 1647

Mr. McCfary 1650

Mr. Perry, bf Ohio 1647, 1649

Mr. Peters 1660

Mri Potter 1646, 1648, 1649, 1650

Mr. Smitb, of New York 1648

Mr. Van Tramp :...1648

bill (S. R. No. 940) relating to the removal
of causes IVom State, into rtie, of the
United States— [By Mr. Negley.]
referred, 898.

bill (H. R. No. 1017) to prevent and punish
the obstmction of the adminstration of
jnstice in the, of the United States — [By
Mr. Sarpent.]
referred, 896; reported and passed, 8462;
passed Senate with amendment, 4316:
referred, 4319 ; reported and concurrea
in with amendment, 4450; concurred
in, 4467; enrolled,4468 ; approved, 4459.

bill (H. R. No. 1051) to change the times
for holding circuit and district, of the
United States fbr the western district
of Virginia— [By Mr. Harris, of Vir-
ginia.]
read and passed, 899; passed Senate, 440 ;
enrolled, 548; approved, 778.

bill (H. R. No. 1072) to fix the times for the
noldinff of the United States circuit, in
the eighth circuit— [By Mr. McCrary.]
referred, 470; reported, 2848; parsed ,
2849; passed Senate with amendment,
8611 ; concnrred in, 8525 ; enrolled,
8571; approved, 3682.

bin (H. R. No. 1093) to fix the times and
places for holding the circuit and dis-
trict, of the United States for the
northern district of New York — [By
Mr. Gh>odrich.]
referred, 497.

bill (H. R. No. 1100) relating to removal
of causes from the State to the United
States— [By Mr. Sherwood.]
referred, 498.

bill (H. R. No. 1104) for the removal of
civil and criminal causes from certain
State, to the Federal, and the com-
mencement of such causes therein,
to enforce the provisions of the four-
teenth amendment to the Constitution
of the United States— [By Mr. Porter.]
referred, 498.

bill (H. R. No. 1279) to regulate the hold-
ing of additional district and circuit,
in the State of Missouri — [By Mr.
Comingo.]
referred, 681.

bill (H. R. No. 1296) relating to a short-
hand reporter of the United States, in
the State of California — [By Mr.
Houffhton.]
referred, 682.

bill (H. R. No. 1306) to more clearly define
the nature of certain, in the several
Territories— [By Mr. Clagett.]
referred, 682.

bill (H. R. No. 286) to perpetuate testi-
mony in the, of the United States — [By
Mr. Poland ]
reported and discussed, 710 ; passed, 711 ;
passed Senate with amendments, 2520 ;
concurred in, 2899; enrolled, 2998;
approved, 8802.

bill (H. R. No. 1807) relating to the removal
of causes into the United States*-[By
Mr. Roosevelt.]
referred, 848.

bill (H. R. No. 1486) relating to the dis-
trict, of Utah Territory — [By Mr.
Stonehton.]
referred, 970.

biU (H. R. No. 1618) to defray the expenses
of district judges from other districts
while holding district or circuit, in the
southern district of New York— [By
Mr. Kellogg.]
referred, 978.



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Courts— Conh'mied.
bill (H. H. No. 1588) to change the time for
holding the spring term of the United
Statea circuit and district, at Harrison-
burg, Virginia — [Bj Mr. Harris, of
Virginia.]
referred, 1114; reported and passed,
1957; passed Senate, 2110; enrolled,
2213 ; approved, 2450.
bill (H. H. No. 20) to provide stenographers
fur the, of the United States— [Bj Mr.
Frye.]
reported, 1188.
bill (H. U. No. 1680) to establish an addi-
tional judicial district to be called the
northern district of New York, and
to make further provisions in relation
to the, of the United States iu said
State— [ By Mr. Lamport. ]
reft-rred, 1211.
bill (H. B. No. 2016) in relation to the
United States, in Alabama— [By Mr.
Hays.]
referred, 1776.
bill relating to, in the Territories discussed
in Committee of the Whole, by Mr. Cla-

gett « 1782

bill(H. B. No. 2085) to advance the adminis-
tration of justice — [By Mr. Voorhees.]
referred, 1954.
bill (S. No. 828) in relation to the district,
of Alabama,
received from Senate, 2148 ; read, 2824 ;
referred, 4097.
bill (H. B. No. 2886) to change the place
of holding the term of the circuit and
district, of the United States for the
district of New Hampshire — [By Mr.
Bell.]
referred, 2658.
bill (H. B. No. 2698) to proTide for an addi-
tional term of the district and circuit,
of the United States— [By Mr. Daell. J
passed, 8198.
bill (8. No. 480^ concerning the circuit and
district, of the United States for the
district of Kansas,
received from Senate, 8617 ; passed, 4820;
enrolled, 4485.
bill (H. U. No. 2819) to fix the times and
places of holding the United States, for
the western district of Arkansas — [By
Mr. Bingham.]
referred, 8649.
bill (U. U. No. 14) for the better organiza-
tion of the district, of the United States
in Louisiana — [By Mr. Morey.]
substitute reported and passed, 8885.
bill (U. R. No. 2988) for the better organiza-
tion of the district, of the United States
within the State of Louisiana — [By Mr.
Wilson, of Indiana.]
reported and discussed,8885; passed,8886.
remarks by —

Mr. Holman 8885, 8886

Mr. Morey ..8885

Mr. Sheldon 8885

Mr. Wilson, of Indiana 8885, 8886

bill (S. No. 1089) to reimburse the State of
Nevada for expenses incurred while a
Territory in purchase of a prison and
in support of the United States,
received from Senate, 4202 ; read, 4882,
4448; passed, 4445; enrolled, 4447.
Cousin, Bartholomew, bill (S. No. 790) to
extend the provisions of an act for the
relief of certain purchasers of lands from
the legal representatives of, approved
February 18, 1871.
received from Senate, 1781 ; passed, 4096 ;
enrolled, 4189.
Cowan & Dickinson, bill (S. No. 96) for the
relief of.
received from Senate, 2802; referred, 2594.
Cowan, Uobert E., bill (H. B. No. 728) to
relieve, of Kansas City, Missouri, from
legal and political disabilities — IBj Mr.
Comiogo.]
referred, 198.



Cowan. Robert E. — ConHnuedn
bill (H. R. No. 759) to remove the political
disabilities of, of Kansas City, in the
State of Missouri— [By Mr. McGrew.]

referred, 199.
bill (H. R. No. 1660) to relievce, of Kansas
City, Missouri, of legal and political
disabilities — [By Mr. McGrew. J

read and passed, 1160.
Cowles, A. E.V bill (H. R. No. 1901) for the

relief of— [By Mr. Blair, of Michigan.]
referred, 1579.

bill (H. R. No. 2581) for the relief of— [By
Mr. Blair, of Michigan.]

referred, 2884.
Cox, Calisto £., bill (S. No. 1151) for the

relief of.
received from Senate, 4174 ; passed, 4827 ;

enrolled, 4485.
Cox, N. N., bill (H. R. No. 1821) to remove

politfcal disabilities from, of Tennessee —

[By Mr. Golladay.]
referred, 1898.
Cox, Samuel S., a Representative from New

York 8

leave of absence granted to 85

petitions presented by 86,

828, 849, 899, 448, 517, 886, 886,
1090, 1125, 1149, 1409, 1699, 1847, 1985,
2009, 2150. 2452, 2594, 2715, 8017, 8806
bills introducea by —

No. 454 — to provide judicial proceedings
in all cases of assessment and collec-
tion of Federal taxes, to prevent the
seizures of books, papers, ac, and for
the abolition of moieties and inform-
ers 12

No. 470 — for securing to authors in cer-
tain cases the beneGt of international
copvright, advancing the development
of American literature, and promoting
the interests of publishers and book-
buyers in the United States 29

No. 500— for general amnesty without ex-
ceptions 56

No. 798 — supplemental to an act to aid
in the construction of telegraph lines,
and to secure to the Government the
use of the same for postal, military,
and other purposes, approved July 24,
1866 801

No. 1088 — to allow American registry to
foreign-built vessels, ftc 896

No. 1087 — to declare the meaning and in-
tention of the eighth section of the act
to increase the duties on imports of
June 80, 1864. 497

No. 1227^relating to the sale of United
States bonds, and to prohibit commis-
sions to agents, &c 680

No. 1894— to promote the economy and
efficiency of the pension service of the
United -States 848

No. 1895 — to promote trade with Brazil.848

No. 1896— for the relief of Marshall 0.
Roberts « 848

No. 1796— to regulate and facilitate the
payment of dunes on merchandise, 1898

No. 2061 — to amend a resolution author-
izing the Northern Pacific Railroad
Company to issue bonds, &c., approved
March 81, 1870 1958

No. 2218 — to protect shipping on the
Atlantic ooast from destructive easterly
gales 2269

No. 2640 — authorizing the Secretary of
the Treasury to change the name of the
steam propeller Thomas McManus Bam

to that of David M. Hamilton 8058

joint resolution introduced by —

No. 66 — for the recognition of belligerent
rights between the kingdom of Spain
and the so-called republic of Cuba...801
concurrent resolution submitted bv —

on the death of Professor S. F. B. Morse—

[April 4, 1872] 2168

resolutions submitted by —

in reference to the refunding of the public
debt— [December 4, 1871] 12



Cox, Samuel S., a Representative from New

York — CorUinued.
resolutions submitted by—

in reference to international copyright—
[December 11, 1871] 66

to amend the rules in reference to draw-
ing for seats— [December 12, 1871], 70

amending Rule 180— [January 11,
1872] - 869

calling for the correspondence relating to
the release of William G. Halpine—
[January 15, 1872] , 899

relating to the consular service — [January
22, 1872] 506

for printing extra copies of the copyright
bill— [January 28, 18721 548

calling for information relative to the re-
iudenture of Chinamen in Cuba — [Jan-
uary 26, 1872] « 684

amending the rules in regard to drawing
for seats— [February 5, 1872] 881

reducing the tariff on pig iron — [Febru-
ary 26, 1872] 1217

inquiring amount necessary to complete
the grading of Fort Tompkins, New
York harbor— [March 1, 1872]....1329

in regard to restricting the publication
of the debates in the Congressional
Globe— [March 19, 1872] 1807

relating to* the harbor of New York—
[March 26, 1872] 1980

for printing the report of the Coast Sur-
vey office as to the damage done to
the harbor of New York — [April 19,
1872] 2585

calling for correspondence bearing on
the execution of the treaty of Washing-
ton— [April 22, 1872] 2670

amending Rule 184, in relation to the
privileges of the floor — [April 22,
1872] 2671

calling for correspondence in reference to
an extradition treaty with Belgium —

'.May 7, 1872] ..8168

ting for papers relating to the admin-
istration of the United States 6onsa-
late at Liverpool, England — [May IS,
1872] 8886

in reference to the treatment of the Jews

at Roumania— [May 20, 1872] 8655

reports made by 869, 881«2671

incidental remarks by 12,66,67,70,71,

78, 146, 199. 200, 201, 282 804, 806, 808,

887, 859, 896, 898, 400, 471, 507; 515,
605, 628, 625, 684, 684, 685, 781, 880,

888, 848, 881, 885, 9^, 972, 1018,
1078, 1081, 1087, 1116, 1117, 1118, 1214,
1217, 1245, 1829, 1846, 1427, 1445, 1722,
1778, 1774, 1805, 1897, 1935, 1956, 1958,
2077, 2078, 2079, 2080. 2187, 2168, 2272,
2299, 2585, 2593, 2671, 2790, 2954, 8088,
8160, 8818, 8877, 8881, 8886, 8889, 8890,
8407, 8629, 8654, 8783, 8792, 8806, 8880

remarks on the reference of the President's
message ..21, 22

on the resplution to draw ibr seats. .....80, ,

884, 835, 850, 908, 904

on the resolution authorizing certain com-
mittees to employ clerks 81, 82

on the apportionment bill .«..65, 81,

82, 108, 111, 112, 189, 140, 142, 145

on the bill relating to wages aud hours of
labor ..105, 218, 220, 227

on the resolution to increase the number
of the Committee on Territorie8.....118

on the bill for the construction of a put>lic
building at Chicago ...154

on the order of buMiness 361,

787, 998, 1079, 1889, 2056, 2081, 2509,
2654, 2786, 2741, 2819, 8066, 8879, 8890

on the resolution accepting the statue of
Roger Williams...... 870

on the bill appropriating money for the
emplo>ment of surfmen in New Jer-
sey 414

on the bill to regulate the salary of the
consul atlien-Tsin, China 419

on bill to relieve American-built steam-
ers, &c., from import duties. ...500, 501



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CoXf Samael S., a RepreaeatatiTe from New
York — Continued,
remarks on the resolution relating to the

Sovernmeot of the District of Coliin:i-
la 605

OH the legidlaii?e appropriation bill. ..548,
574, 576, 2278, 8054

on the resolation relating to disorders in
theSoath 596, 596

on the resolation for a final adjournment,
689, 2820, 2822, 2828

on the bill to extend the time in which
certain cases may be |>roseciited, 709,710

on the resolation relating to the negotia-
tion of the loan of July, 1870 787,

746, 750, 771, 772, 774, 777

on the naval appropriation bill 1008,

1027, 1028, 1029,1080, 1031, 1038, 1057.

on the bill in relation to a public buildinfr
atQaiiicy, Illinois..... 1021, 1049

on the sabject of Cuban belligerency, 1101

(See Appendix,)

on the resolution for printing extra copies

of the Ka Klux report 1119,

1120, 1121, 1122, 1128

on the consular and diplomatic appropri-
ation bill. ...1145, 1146, 1147, 1148, 8448

on the bill (or the retirement of mutilated
banknotes 1289

on the bill to prevent the circulation of
spurious bank notes 1240, 1241

on the St. Croix and Lake Saperior rail-
road bill...l277, 1278, 1801, 1802, 1803,
1804, 1806, 1818, 1880, 1881, 1882, 1691,
1692, 1697, 1098, 1699, 1720, 1721, 1722

on the deficiency bill (H. R. No. 1654),
1841, 1842, 1408, 1404, 1440, 1441,
1442, 1443, 1444, 1446, 1476, 1477,
1486, 8090, 3091, 8092, 3098, 8461

on the bill relating to the Central Pacific
railroad Company, 1430, 1432, 1466, 1470,
1471. 2696, 2697, 2698, 2708, 2736, 2739

on the Post Office appropriation bill, 1818,

1814, 1816

on the bill authorising the appointment

of shipping commissioners 1836,

2179, 2182

on the bill to facilitate commerce between

the United States and China. 1864,

1866, 1866, 1867

on the bill concerning the removal of
causes from State courts, 1898, 1890, 1900

on the bill to authorize a statue to the late
Admiral FarraguU. 1959

on the bill to provide for the security of
life on board steamers, 1960, 2114, 2115

on the' Baltimore and rotomac railroad
bill...2047, 2048, 2049, 2060,2075,2076

on the resolution on the right to originate
revenue bilis„ 2106, 2111

on the Great Salt Lnke and Colorado River
railroad bin,2]88, 2139, 2643, 2544, 2647

on the bill for the reliefof the officers and
crew of the Kearsarge 2210, 2211

on the Port Huron and Lake Michigan
railroad bill 2276, 2441, 2442

on the river and harbor appropriation
bilL 2448, 2449, 2450

on th** tariff and Ux bill 2476,

8086, 8084, 8086, 8167, 8158, 8159,
8204, 8208, 8209, 3210, 8212, 8281,
82:J4, 8241, 8304, 8305, 8307, 8312,
8818, 8340, 8341, 8342, 3348, 8347,3899,
8400, 8401, 8402, 3403, 3104. 3405, 8460,
8461, 8453, 8464, 8607, 8510, 3618, 3514.
8523, 8666. 8566, 3569, 3670, 3671, 8666

(See Appendix.)

on the right of the Committee on Print-
ing to rei^ortat any time 2481

on the civil service reform bill (U. H.
No. 787) 2684, 2586

on the resolution amending the rule in

regard to privileges of the floor. ..2671,

2688, 2689, 2690, 2691

<m the resolution for printing the case of
the United States presented to the tri-
bonalat Geneva 2784, 2786

on the supplementary apportionment
bfll 8109



Cox^amuel S., a Representative from New
York— Continued,
remarks on amnesty bill (H. R. No. 2761),
8881, 3882, 8744, 8745
on the bill in reference to elections in
Louisiana for presidential electorn,
8407, 8408
on the civil appropriation bill, 3754, 3755,
8756, 8757, 8760. 3779, 8780, 8781,
8782, 8790, 8795. 8796, 8797, 3817
Craig, Belinda, bill (U. R. No. 621) granting
a pension to — [By Mr. Moore.]
reported and passed, 148.
Crandall, Edward J., bill (H. R. No. 1656)
to pay, for the destruction of sutlers'
goods — [Bv Mr. Snapp.]
referred, 1124.
Crandall, Isabella, bill fH. B. No. 922) grant-
ing an arrearage or pension to — [By Mr.
Smith, of New York.]
referred, 892.
Crane, Charlotte, bill (H. R. No. 1199) grant-
ing a pension to — [By Mr. Bird.]
reported and passed, 624.
Crawford, Benjamin, bill (U. R. No. 1448) for
the relief of— [By Mr. MoJunkin.]
referred, 969.
Crawford, Mary, bill (E. R. No. 748) for the
relief of— [By Mr. Hazelton, of Wiscon-
sin.]
referred, 198.
Crawford, Richard B., bill {H. R. No. 622}
grafting a pension to— [By Mr. Moore. J
reported and passed. 148; passed Senate
with amendments, 1907 ; conference, 2100,
2179,2204; conference report,2842*, ajrreed
to by the House, 2342 ; by the Senate, 2842 ;
enrolled, 2401; vetoed, 2687; referred,
2688.
bill (H. R. No. 2608) granting a pension
to— [By Mr. Moore.]
reported, 2749 ; passed, 2750.
Crebs, John M., a Representative from Illi-
nois ...8

leave of absence granted to, 2277, 2796, 4218

petitions presented by * 349,

479, 627, 948, 1521, 1782, 2221

bills introduced by —

No. 716— for the relief of W. P. Holiday

and S. B. Holiday, of Cairo, Illinois, 197

No. 888 — for the improvement of the

Great Wabash river and for a survey

of the Little Wabash river 305

No. 983 — to aid in building a soldiers'

monument at Mound City, Illinois, 894

No. 1768— granting the Cairo and Vin-

cennes Railroad Company the right to

build a bridge across the Big Wabash

river 1242

No. 2961— defining the power of the Board
of Public Works of the District of

Columbia.... 4174

joint resolution introduced by —

No. 108 — granting condemned cannon for
the erection of a soldiers' monument at

Mound City, Illinois 1510

resolation submitted by —
calling for information in regard to
lands granted to Alabama and Mia-
.sissippi for railroad pttrooses — [March

15, 1872] : 1728

incidental remarks by 478, 693,

882, 1610, 1612, 1721, 2221, 8889, 3939

remarks on the apportionment bill 36, 68

on the naval appropriation bill 1066

on the bill in relation to a new jail for the

District of Columbia 1088

on the deficiency bill (H. R. No.

1654) 1840, 1348

on the order of business 1510

on the bill relating to the Central Pacific

Railroad Company 1515

on the bill in relation to bounties ....1539

on the Post Office appropriation bill, 1648,

1649, 1650, 1561, 1614, 1652, 1664

on the bill for the relief of Colonel James

8. Rearden 1809

on the bill authorizing a bridge over the
Ohio river 1884



Crebs, John M., a. Representative from Illi'

n ois — Continued,

remarks on Baltimoreand Potomno milr'^ad

bill. ..1902, 1908. 1904, 1906, 2008. 2046

on the bill to provide for the secor tv of

life onboard steamers. 2061

on the civil appropriation bill 8081.

8682, 3794
on the Orange and Alexandria rmlroxd

bill 8827, 8828

on the call of the House.. 8861

Credentials of members presented 9, 1018

Creditors, bill CO., R. No. 2986) for the relief
of certain loyal, whose moneys were con-
fiscated by the confederate congress in
Louisiana — [By Mr. Uolman.]
reported and recommitted, 4448.
Creel & Miller, bill (H. R. No. 1526) for the
relief of— [By Mr. Burdeit.]
referred, 972.
Creely, John V., a Representative from Penn-
sylvania „B

Cressey, Joseph, bill (H. R. No. 2528; grant-
ing a pension to — [By Mr. Peck.]
reported and psssed, 2768.
Criers, bill (H. R. No. 482) recfnlating the
compensation of, of the United btates
courts — [By Mr. Peters.]
referred, 55; reported and passed, 8462.
Crimes, bill (H. R. No. 1665) to amend an
act more effectuallv to provide for th^' pun-
ishment of certain, against the Utiited
States— [By Mr. Wakoman.]
referred, 1118.
Criminal cases, bill (H. R. No. 470) to allow
writs of error to be taken in, to the
Supreme Court of the United Siates*-»[By
Mr. Ambler.]
referred, 48.

bill (H. R. No. 631) to amend proceedings
in — [By Mr. Butler, of MassachoFeas.]
referred, 194: reported and discusseu,



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