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year ending Jane 80, 1878.. 4818

concurrent resolutions submitted by —

snspendinff the sixteenth and seventeenth
joint rules during the remainder of the
session— [May 27, 1872] 8870

extending the time of final adjournment
to June 4, 1872— [June 1, 1872] ...4180
resolutions submitted by —

to wait upon the President — [December
4,1871] « 9

directing Committee on Civil Service to
report a bill to provide by law what
standing committees shall be authorized
to employ clerks, 4tc. — [December 6,
1871] 29

to fix by law the mileage and compensa-
tion of members of committees sitting
during the recess ; also, of witnesses —
[December 19, 1371] 281

for the payment of the expenses of the
committee of investigation iqto the
disturbances at New OrleapS| Louis-
iana— [January 22, 1872] 610

amending Rule 79; by adding to the
list of appropriation j^ills a hill mak-
ing appropriations for public build-
ings— [January 80, 1872] f 707

calling for the report of Captain Gillespie
in regard to the improvement of. the
harbors of Sanduskv and Ashtabula,
on Lake Erie, and Wankegan, Illi-
nois— [February 1, 1872] .,778

to allow a messenger to the official re-
porters' room— [March 26, 1872], 1966



Garfield, James A«, a Representative Irom

Ohio— Continued.
resolutions submitted by —

requesting an investigation of certain
charges against A. B. Mullett, super-
vising arcCtect of the Treasury Depart-
ment— [May 22, 1872] 8746

instructing the Doorkeeper to retain the
crippled employes of tbe House during
vacation— [May 24, 1872].- « 8829

authorizing the Committee on Appropria-
Uons to sit during vacation — [June 8,

1872] 4486

reports made by ,«...•, 61,

62, 149, 228, 281, 418, 440, 608, 694,
707, 849, 1028, 1061, 1124, 1696, 2272,
2848, 2686, 2829, 2880, 8068, 8089, 8280,
8248, 8461,8986, 4818, 4436, 4448, 4468

incidental remarks by ..12, 16, 62, 78,

149. 399, 418, 448, 471, 474, 608, 607,
682, 679, 694, 699, 606, 626, 707, 881,
849, 992, 999, 1004, 1028, 1078, 1118,
1126, 1188, 1139, 1166, 1188, 1190, 1214,
1216, 1217, 1218, 1222, 1240, 1248, 1244,
1268, 1269, 1272, 1277, 1278, 1279, 1880,
1338, 1400, 1401, 1608, 1610, 1517, 1682,
1606, 1646, 1646. 1647, 1660, 1683, 1722,
1728, 1884, 1878, 1879, 1898, 1984, 2078,
2080, 2106, 2140, 2171, 2172, 2210, 2211,
2212, 2221, 2275, 2278, 2299, 2382, 2402,
2508, 2604. 2608, 2548. 2707, 2784, 2817,
2880, 2906, 2998, 8089, 8248, 8244, 8294,
8336, 8389, 8896, 8506, 8666, 8617, 8620,
8628, 8629, 8632, 8686, 8649, 8660, 8661,
8652, 8654, 8655, 8744, 8746, 8792, 8820,
8824, 3826, 8830, 3889, 8840, 3841, 3842,
8848, 3844, 8845, 8848, 8864, 8870, 8887,
3931, 3982, 8974, 8976, 8976, 8977, 3980,
4095, 4096, 4132, 4175, 4203, 4212, 4814,
4824, 4828, 4880. 4420, 4486, 4486, 4461
remarks on the reference of the President's
message..... ^ 20

on the apportionment bill.» 88,

86, 82, 88, 142, 148, 146

on the order of business ».42,

699, 628, 627, 737, 788, 998, 998,
999, 1084, 1089. 1124, 1189, 1161, 1166,
1189, 1218, 1218, 1242. 1244, 1271, 1899,
1400, 1401, 1510,1544, 1645, 1609, 1610,
1650, 1721, 1885, 1889, 2066, 2079, 2081,
2304, 2843, 2866, 2868, 2369, 2400, 2474,
2511, 2786, 2892, 2945, 8053, 8294, 8298,
8890, 8449, 8663, 8571, 8670, 8671, 8681,
8686, 8748, 3772, 8868, 8936, 8977, 3978,
4025, 4090, 4092, 4093, 4182, 4829, 4427,
4428, 4429, 4430, 4432, 4484, 4486, 4487

on the census deficiency bilL 61, 62

on the Geneva commission appropriation
biU (fl. R. No. 487) 78, 74, 76, 76

on the bill relating to wages and hours of
labor,. 102, 228. 262, 267

on the bill granting a pension to Elizabeth
York 147

on bill for the construction of a public build-
ing at Chicago...l49, 162, 168, 164, 224

on the Eu Klux deficiency bill 228,

229, 280, 281

on the bill revising the laws relative to

mints, coinage, fc...... .828,

826, 826, 827, 836, 837, 888, 889

on the resolution accepting the statue of
Rogei; Williams 871

on the bill appropriating money for the
employment of surfmen in New Jer-
sey 418, 414

on bill fixing the time from which pensions
shall commence, &C...414, 691, 692, 693

on the bill granting a pension to rhoebe
Haskell 488, 440

on legislative appropriation bill, 440, 607,
686, 640, 542, 648, 670, 671, 672, 678,
674, 675, 576, 577, 678, 599, 600, 601,
602, 608, 604, 628, 629, 680, 681, 688,
684. 1722, 2277, 2278, 2348, 2844, 2846,
2346, 2347, 2848, 2349, 2360, 2851, 2362,
2370, 2372, 2378, 2876, 2876, 2879, 2880,
2881, 2891, 2892, 2898, 2894, 2896, 2896,
2397, 2898, 2399, 2400, 2829, 2^80. 2892,
2898, 2894, 2896, 2896« 8058, 8064, 8066



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Qarfield, James A., la Bepreseotative from
Ohio — Continued.

remarks personal and explanatory 447

OD the bill granting a pension to Ann G.

Barker , 466,467

on the bill granting a pension to Nancy

Anne Spnrgeon * 467

on the bill granting a pension to Martha

B. Williams..... 468, 469

on the bill to fund the debt of the city of

Washington 477

on the bill to defray the expenses of the

Japanese embassy... .; 608, 509

on tne resolution to inquire into the Lou-
isiana distarbances... 610, 611, 515, 516
on the bill to establish an educational

fund 568, 570. 691, 859. 864

on the naval appropriation bill, 598, 1004,
1081, 1055, 1056, 1057, 1058, 1059, 1060

on the pension appropriation bill 688,

634, 999, 1028
on the resolution for a final adjourn-
ment 687,

690, 2821, 2823, 4130, 4131
on the bill in regard to a public building

at St Louis 707, 708, 1698

on the Indian appropriation bill 718,

780, 781, 782, 8155, 8156
on the bill to reimburse William and Mary

College for property destroyed 785,

939, 1198, 1195
on tbe bin to provide for a public build-
ing at Albany, New York 994,

995, 996, 997
on the bill in relation to a public building

atQuincy, Illinois 1020, 1021, 1048

on the bill to regulate the compensation

of committee clerks »1051

On the subject of Tennessee politics,

1080, 1081
on the bill relating to the Central Pacific

Railroad Company 1089, 1431,

1432, 1469, 1606, 1611,

2691, 2692, 2698, 2708

on the consular and diplomatic appropria-

tionbill 1089. 1144, 1145,

1148, 1149, 1168, 1171, 1172, 1173.

1174, 1183, 1184, 2402, 3888,3449

on the resolution for printing extra copies

of the Ku Klux report 1123

on the deficiency bill (H. R; No. 1654),
1124, 1218, 1219. 1220, 1221, 1222,
1245, 1246, 1247, 1248, 1249, 1250, 1251,
1252, 1253, 1338, 1339, 1340, 1341, 1842,
1343, 1344, 1345, 1402, 1403, 1404, 1405,
1406, 1407, 1408, 1409, 1487, 1438, 1440,
1441, 1443, 1444, 1445, 1471, 1473, 1475,
1476, 1477, 1478, 1479, 1481, 1483, 1484,
1485, 1510, 1511, 1512, 2949, 8039, 3090,
8091, 3092, 3098, 8094, 8096, 8097, 8149.
3150, 3151, 8152, 3554, 3155, 3461, 8462
on the bill for the retirement of mutilated

bank notes 1164, 1166

on the bill to facilitate bank clearing-house

exchanges 1242, 1269, 1270, 1271

on bill in relation to bounties, 1337, 1539
relating to the reception of the Japanese

embassy .....1426, 1427

on the bill ti> amend the national currency

act 1508, 1509

on the Post Office appropriation bill, 1547^
1550, 1584, 1614, 1615, 1616,
1620, 1621, 1657, 1659, 1661,
1668, 1664, 1845, 1846, 1847, 3671,
8673, 8678, 8680, 8881, 8877, 8879,
on the bill concerning the enlistment of

minors 1645

on the 8t Croix and Lake Superior rail-
road bilL 1692, 1698, 1714, 1721

on the bill to provide for reporting the

debates of Congress 1776, 1780

, on the bill authorizing the appointment

' of shipping comnoissToners 1886,

1837, 1868, 2181, 2182, 2206, 2208

on the Army appropriation bill 1874,

1876, 1878, 2218, 2221,

8821, 8824, 8981, 8982, 8988

on the bill for the relief of J. H. tinder-

hiU - J..1896



Garfield, James A., a Representative from
Ohio — ConHnued.
remarks on the bill for the relief of Samuel

B. lBlliott« 1897

on the Baltimore and Potomac railroad

biU, 1904, 1905, 1906, 1907, 1908, 1959,

1980, 1982, 1988, 2006, 2049, 2076

on the bill to authorize a statue to the late

Admiral Farragut 1959, 1960

• on the bill to provide for Hie security of

life on board steamers 1960,

1961, 2050, 2114, 2142, 2143, 2145

on the Chicago relief bilL 2050

on the resolution on the right to originate

revenue bill&. 2106, 2107, 2110

on the Great Salt Lake and Colorado

River railroad bill 2139, 2548, 2545

on the river and harbor appropriation

bill 2272, 2448, 2446, 2452, 4317

on the bill to authorize the issue of post

• cards 2301, 2802. 2804

on the tariff and tax bill 2474, 2825,

2851, 2937, 3058, 8158, 3159, 8200, 8207,

8216, 8218, 8458, 3512, 8516, 3565, 3568,

3571, 3650, 3652, 4099, 4206, 4207, 4208

on the Military Academy appropriation

bill ,...2609, 2511, 8244, 3616

on the civil service reform bill (H. R.
No. 787), 2520, 2555, 2588, 2584, 2585
on the resolution amending the rule in
regard to privileges of the floor»...2671,
2688, 2691
on the bill granting a pension to A. Schuy-
ler Sutton : 2707

on the case of Dr. John Emilio Houard,
2742, 2744, 2794, 2818
on the bill relative to the centennial in-
ternational exhibition 2888

on the bill in regard to Army leave...3161
on the bill to establish a military prison,

8165, 3166
on the bill relating to the muster- in of

officers 3167. 3168

on supplementary apportionment bill,3198

OB the civil appropriation bill ,.3230,

8655, 8656, 8657, 8658, 8659, 8681,
8682, 2688, 3686, 8749, 8750, 8751,
8752, 3758, 3754, 8755, 8756, 8757,
3758, 8759, 8760, 8775, 3776, 3778,
8779, 3780, 3781, 8782, 8788. 3784,
8786, 8787, 8788, 8789, 8790, 8791,
8792, 8793, 3794, 8795, 3796, 3797,
8798, 8802, 8816, 4420, 4421, 4424,
4425, 4485, 4438, 4489, 4440, 4442,
4448, 4458, 4454, 4455, 4456, 4457
on the bill to amend the laws relating to

pensions 3296, 8335

on the fortification bill 3298, 3299

on the Texas contested election — case of

Clark OS. Giddings 3385

on the bill for the payment of claims

allowed by the commissioners of claims.

2617, 8618

on the bill for the relief of J. Milton Best,

8621, 3622, 8624

on the resolution to investigate the charges

against A. B. Mullett 3745,

8746, 3747, 8748
on the Orange and Alexandria railroad

bill 3827. 8828, 3829

on the bill to regulate the admission of

deaf and dumb pupils to the Columbian

Institution for the Deaf and Dumb, 3830

on the bill for the relief of the United

States Express Company 3840, 8841

on bill for the relief or C. C. Spaids, 8842
on the bill for the relief of fhomas B.

Wallace. 8847

on thecall of the House 3848,

8849, 8854, 8855, 3856, 8857,

8858, 8859, 8860, 8861, 8862

on the bill amending the laws in regard to

assay offices 3888

on the State war claims of 1812, 8883,8884
on the bill for the encouragement of for-
eign commerce 3926, 3930

on Uie bill transferring pension appro-
priations from one fund to anoraer,
8985| 8978



Garfield, James A., a Representative firom

Ohio— Continued.

remarks on the bill to enable the President

to appoint a Paymaster General. ...3989

on the bill relating to promotion in staff

departments 4178

on the bill in reference to the Bureau of

Statistics 4182

on the bill relating to stores sold to sol-
diers 4818, 4319

on the resolntion authorizing the Com-
mittee on Appropriations to meet dur-
ing vacation 4447

Garfield e, Selucins, a Delegate from Wash-

in^n Territory 11

bills introduced by —
No. 1080 — to regulate elections in Wash-
ington and Idaho Territories 395

No. 1174 — to amend an act to provide for
the disposition of useless military res-
ervations 500

No. 1303 — to amend the first section of
an act to provide for the distribution of

useless military reservations 682

No. 1499— for the relief of Brastus S.

Joslyn, of Washington Territory 971

No. 150O— to confirm title to certain lands

in Washington Territory 971

No. 1501 — to disapprove of certain le^s-
lation in the Territory of Washing-
ton 971

No. 1502— to incorporate the Lake Wash-
ington Canal Company 971

No. 1843— for the relief or Isaac E. Hig-

gins, of Washington Territory 1400

No. 2179— for the relief of H. R. Cros-

hie 2074

No. 2180 — to incorporate the Olympia

and Chehalis Valley railroads 2074

No. 2881 — to disapprove certain legisla-
tion in Washington Territory relating to
property as aff&cted by marriage. ..3649
joint resolution introduced by —

No. 116 — authorizing the Secretary of
War to correct an Army officer's

record 1954

resolution submitted hy —
calling for information in reference to the
payment of an award to the Puget
Sound Agricultural Company — [May

24, 1872] 8820

incidental remarks by 8820

remarks on Indian appropriation bill 720

on the resolution providing for a final

adjournment 2822

on the bill to provide capitol buildings in

the Territories 2958

Garlick, Edward C, bill (H. R. No 2873} for
the relief of— [By Mr. Cobum.]
referred, 2686 : reported and passed, 3846.
Garlick, Frederick A., bill (H. R. No. 497)
granting an invalid pension to, of Cortland
county, in the State of New York — [By
Mr. Duell.]
referred, 56 ; reported and passed, 487 ;
passed Senate with amendment 2008;
concurred in, 2045 ; enrolled, 2101.
Garrard, T. T., bill (H. B. No. 817) for the
benefit of— [By Mr. Adams.]
referred, 802.
Garrett, Abraham E., a Representative from

Tennessee 8 .

leave of absence granted to, 231, 1024. 2866
petitions presented by, 544, 1223, 3636, 3670
bills introiduced hf —
No. 544— -to relieve certain persons there-
in named of legal and political disabili-
ties 57

No. 704— Hiirecting the Secretary of the
Interior to place the name of Mary J.
Stane upon the pension-roll, and to pay

her apension 197

No. 705— to authorize the restoration of
George A. Armes to the rank of captain

in the Army ^197

No. 970— 'to repeal all laws requiring a
tax to be assessed and collected on dis-
tilleries, distilled spirits, and ouinufac-
tared tobacco.,, •• ....t. 994



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Chirrett, Abraham E, a RepreBentatiye fix)in
Tennessee — Continued.
bills inrrodueedby —
Ko; 1464 — reauiring the Commissioner of
Patenls to furnish the applicant for an
invalid pension with a copy of all testi-
mony or* statements filed against him,
with the name of the party furnishing
the same, and with residence and bost
office ; also to do jnstice to the soldiers
of oar Indian wars and the Mexican
war, and to employes of the Govern-
ment who incurred disability, whether

mastered into the service or not 970

No. 1856 — to relieve certain citizens
therein named of all legal and political
disabilities imposed by the fourteenth
amendment to the Constitution of the

Unfted States ^ 1427

No. 1895— to amend section two of an act
making appropriations for the support
of the Army for the year ending June

80, 1872, passed March 8, 1871 1579

No. 1896— authorizing the Secretary of
the Treasury to pay, out of any money
not otherwise appropriated, to Mrs.
Clara Ida Grass, of Nashville, Tennes-
see, the sum of , as ftili compensa-
tion for property taken and destroj^ed
by the Army of the United States during

the war of the late rebellion 1579

No. 2891— granting to each officer, sol-
dier, seaman, and marine who served
the United States in the late war of the
rebellion, and was honorably discharged
therefrom, a certificate or warrant for

public lands , 2687

No. 2960— for the relief of Mrs. Catherine

Odiam 4174

resolution submitted by —
in reference to a Mexican protectorate —

[February 27, 1872] 1244

incidental remarks by 887, 1244

remarks on the bill to establish an edu-

cational fund «< ,..852

on the order of business 1401

on deficiency bill (H. R. No. 1654), 1478
oh the river and harbor appropriation

bill. 2445

on the tariff..... 2848

(See Appendix,)
Garsed, John, bill (H. R. No. 518) for the
relief of— [By Mr. Kelley.]
referred, 56.
Gartrell, Lawrence J., bill (H. R. No. 2971)
for the removal of the political disabilities
of, of Fulton county, Georgia — [By Mr.
Speer, of Georgia.]
passed, 4204.
Gas-Light Company, Washington, bill (H. R.
, No. 2888) to increase the capital stock and
extend the works of— [By Mr. Chipman.]
referred, 8650: reported and passed^ 8827 ;
passed the Senate, 8870 ,* enrolled, 8882 ;
approyed, 4099.
Gates, Edward T., bill (H. R. No. 1^44) for
the relief of, postmaster at Thomaston,
Connectfcut - [By Mr. Strong.]
reported and passed, 1688.
Gate^, B. Louisa, bill (U. R. No. 2549) in-
creasing the pension of— [By Mr. Bird.]
reported and passed, 2765.
G^es, General William, bill (H. R. No. 1684)
to incriease the pension of H. Louise
Gates, widow of— [By Mr. Negley.]
referred, 1211.
Gangers, bill (H, R. No. 1968) to fix the
compensation of, at the port of Boston —
[By Mr. Bdtler, of Massachusetts.]
referred, 1778.

bill (H. R. No. 2865) to fix the compen-
sation of,. and measurers at the port of
Boston— [By Mr. Sawyer.]
reported and passed, 8774.
Gazette, bill (H. R. No. 1917) iinthorizing the
Commissioner of Patents to sell the
official, at cost in certain CB869-"[By Mr.

Cnipman.l

' i«&rred| 1580.



granting



G^r, Joseph, bill (H. R. No. 2958)
a pension to— [By Mr. Peck.]
reported and passed, 4135.

Geneva, resolution calling for information in
reference to the statement of the case
prepared for the use of the tribunal of
arbitration at — [By Mr. Eldredge, Decem-
ber 19, 1871.]
agreed to, 216.

Geological Exploration, joint resolution (H.
R. No. 68) instructing the chief df en-

S'lneers to supply the Utiiversity of the
tate of Missouri and the State universi-
ties of other States with the third vohime
and atlas of Report on. of Fortieth Paral-
lel, for the use of said universities — [By
Mr. Kin|.J
referred, 198.

resolution to inquire the cost of printing
Clarence King's — [By Mr. Dawes,
March 1, 1872. J
agreed to, 1845.
resolution in regard to Clarence King's report
of— [By Mr. Beatty, March 11, 1872.]
agreed to, 1588.
Geological survey. Professor F. B. Hayden's,
joint resolution (H. R. No. 60) providing
for printing the preliminary report of— [By
Mr. Monroe.]
referred, 197.

House concurrent resolution for printing
Professor Hayden's report of the, for
1870— [By Mr. Pendleton^ January 12,
. 1872.1

reported and "agreed to, 876; concurred
m by,Senate, 745.
House concurrent resolution forprinting and
. binding the final report of the, of Ne-
braska— [By Mr. Pendleton, January
12, 1872.]
reported and agreed to, 876 ,■ concurred in
by Senate, 978.
House concurrent resolution for printing
Professor Hayden's report of the, of
Colorado and New Mexico for 1869—
By Mr. Sargent, March 25, 1872.]
referred, 1956.
House concurrent resolution for printing
extra copies of Hay den's annual report
of the United States,of the Territories for
1871— [By Mr. Dawes. May 2, 1872.]
referred, 8007 ; reported and agreed to,
8898 *, concurred in by Senate, 8825.
House concurrent resolution for printing,
with maps and other illustrations, fifteen
thousand copies of Professor Hayden's
annual report of the United States, of
the Territories for 1871— [By Mr. Pen-
dleton, May 18, 1872.]
reported and agreed to, 8628.
George, Colonel James, bill (H. R. No. 865)
ror the relief of, ot Minnesota — [By Mr.
Dunnell.]
referred, 808.
Georgia, bill (H. R. No. 408) to re^nact the
act approved March 17, 1800, declaring
the assent ol" Congress to certain acts of
the States of Maryland and — [By Mr.
Archer.]
reported adversely and tabled, 1718.
bill (H. R. No. 2214) to change the^ name
of the brig, of tlie port of Baltimore,
Maryland— [By Mr. Swann^]
referred, 2269.
bill (H. R. No. 2670) to au^^orise the Secre-
tary of the Treasury to pay to the State
of, the sum of $800,000, or such sum
as may be found due said State for the
use of the Western and Atlantic railroad
by the authorities of the United States
since the war— [By Mr. Price.]
referred, 8084.
affairs of, discussed in Committee of the

Whole, by Mr. Bigby 1208

Gerard, Wesley M. and David M., bill (H. R.
* No. 1187) granting a pension to, minor
Children of William F, Gerard— [By Mr.
Manson.]
rtf6twd,49».



Gere, R. Nelson, bill (H. R. No. 1228) for tlie
relief of— [By Mr. Duell.l
referred, 680 ; reported and passed, 1085 ;
passed Senate with amendment, 2076;
conference, ,2276, 2343, 2372: conference
report, 2402'; agreed to by House, 2402 ;
by Senate, 2400 ; enrolled, 2488.
Gerhardt, Catherine, bill (H. R. No. 799)
granting a pension to — [By Mr. Porter.]
referred. 801.
German, Elizabeth D., bill (H. R. No. 2081)
for the relief of, of Tennessee— [By Mr.
Goliad ay.]
referred, 1954.
German language, joint resolution (H. R. No.
104) direciiog the Secretary of War to
substitute the, instead of the Spanish lan-
gua«A in United States Military Academy
at West Point— [By Mr. Morgan.]
passed, 1217.
Gerry, Elbridge, bill <H. R. No. 2687) to
. compensate, for important services— [By

Mr.Burdett.]
reported, 2998.

bill (S. No. 636) for the relief of.
received from Senate, 8530 ; discussed,
4175 ; passed with amendment, 4176 ;
concurred in with amendment, 4205;
agreed to, 4816; enrolled, 4435.
remarks by —

Mr. Adams 4175,4176

Mr. Burdett 4175, 4176

Mr. Potter 4176

Mr. Shanks 4176, 4816

Getz, J. Lawrence, a Representative from

rennsylvania. 146

petitions presented by..^ 146,517,

684, 694, 768, 782, 1004, 1125, 1175,
1195, 1409, 1622, 1699, 1962, 2009, 2941
bill introduced by —
No. 2850^aUthor{zingthecon8trQction of
a public building at Philadelphia,
Pennsylvania, for the use of the post
office and United States courts in said

city 8658

resoltitions submitted bv —
iu reg&rd to the work done on the new
State Department and the use of Sen-
eca sandstone — [January 29, 1672], 685
in regard to abolishing the Interual Rev-
enue Bureau— [March 11, 1872]. ..1588

reports made by 8651, 8658

incidental remarks by... 686,

690, 882, 850, 1021, 1023, 2046,
8651, 8658, 4485, 4441, 4447
remarks on the St. Croix and Lake Supe-
rior railroad bill 1691, 2488

on the call of the House 3854

On the resolution relating to veniilation

of the Hall 4090,4188

Gibbons, Francis A., bill (S, No. 878) for the
relief of.
received from Senate, 2802 ; referred, 2402.
Gibbs, John, bill fH. R. No. 2688) granting
a pension to — [By Mr. Van Trump.]
referred. 8008.
Gibson, Margaret C, bill (H. R. No. 2897)
grantiuf^ a pension to— [By Mr. Moore. J
reported and passed, 2705 ; passed Senate,
4025; enrolled, 4104 ; approved, 4181.
Giddings, D. C, a Representative from

Texas : ..•8885

(See Election, Contested.)
resolution fixing time for taking testimony in
the contested-election case of, vs. Clark,
from the third district of Texas— [By
Mr. McCrary, January 12, 1872.]
agreed to, 875.
resolution declaring, entitled to a seat from
the third district of Texas— [By Mr.
McCrary, May 7, 1872.]
reported, 8148 ; discussed, 8884 ; a^eed
to, 8885 ; Mr. Giddings sworn in, 8885.
bill introduced by-
No. 2826— for the relief of Mrs. Harriet

R. Alsbury^........... ; 8649

incidental remarks by 4322

remarks on the bill in reference to^'eleciiona
in-LoviBittnaibrpTefidentiaidectors, 848Q

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Giddings. Colonel N. B.,l>ill (H. R. No. 1278)
for tne relief of, of Savannab, Missouri —
FBy Mr. Parker, of Missouri.]
refeh^d, 6S1.
Gilbert and Gerrisb, bill (H. R.No. 2902) for
the relief of the estate of Abel Gilbert
and William Gerrisb, late copartners in
business under the style of— [By Mr.
Frye.1
reported, 8848 ; passed, 8844.
Gillis« Commodore John P., bill (H. R. No.
2889) for the promotion of, United States
Navy, to the grade of rear admiral on the
retired list— [By Mr. Maynard.]
referred) 2687.
Gilson, Mary B , bill (H. R. No. 1899} for
the relief of, mother of Edward D. Gilson,
deceased — [By Mr. Hazelton, of Wis-
consin.]
referred, 848.
Glasgow, Missouri, bill (S. No. 869) for the
relief of certain citizens of.
received from Senate, 2842 ; referred, 2594.
Glenn, Overall k Clark, bill (H. R. No. 847)
for the relief of Tinsley, Van Horn k Co.,
and J. N. Henderson ft Co.. of Louisiana,
Missouri — [By Mr. King.]
referred, 808; reported and passed, 982.
Goddard, Nancy, bill (H. R. No. 2540) j^rant-



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