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records at the request of Qovemors of
States for the ube of their respective

States 2045

No. 2366— to place the name of Sarah E.
Roebuck, widow of Lawrence Roebuck,
on the pension -roll of the United

States 2654

No. 2607 — to hicon^orate the Louisiana,
Arkansas, and New Mexico Railroad

Company ,.^2886

incidental remarks by 888,

1610, 1956, 2795, 4100

remarks on the 6rder ofbnsiness: ^^337

on the subject of civil serviee reform, 1377
- on th« river and harbor appropriation

bill 2451,2462

on thetariflTandtax bill 8045

(See Appendix.)

on the Dill to amend the laws relating to

pensions.... ^ 3837

. on the civil appropria^on b/Sll 4454

Lamport, WBItabi H., a Representative froth

«ew York.. : 8

leave of absence granted to 1846, 2101

petitions presented by., , .84,

802, 905, 976, ll49, 2221

billB 4tttrodu)Wd 1)y^

No. 1086 — granting a pension to Caleb

Coring, a soldw of irrar of 1812....497

No. 1569— for the rfeli^jf of L. Merchant

& Co 1114

No. I680^to establikh an additional
' Jnmckl disttict to be caDefd, the north-
em diAcrict of New York, and to make
further provisions in relation to the
ctmrts or the United States in said
State 1211

Lamport, William H.« a Representative from
New York— Continued,
bill introducecl by —

No. 2212— for the relief of Alonzo
Jnyd'et, of Livingston county. New

York 2269

resolution submitted by —
relating to the duties on wools and

woolens- [February 2, 1872] 802

incidental remarks by....... .1160, 2483, 2718

remark's 6n the Indian appropriation

bill. ;..721

on the subject of wool tariff 1195

on the St. Croix and Lake Superior rail-
road bill 2483

6n the call of the House I...3859

on the bill for the abolition of the frhnk-

ing privilege 4449

on the civil appropriation bill 4456

Land, bill (H. R. No. 843) authorizing the
transfer and exchange of two irregular
strips of^ adjoining the marine hospital
tract tCi St. Louis, Missouri— [By Mr.
referred, 303 ; substitute reported and
passed, 1895; (see bill R. It. No. 2017.)
bin (S. R. No. 183U) to donate a small parcel
of, near Cumberland, Maryland, to the
laboring sons of that community for a
burial ground— [By Mr. Hiushie. ]
referred, 896.
bill (H. R. No. 1148} to coiifirm terUin
entries of, therein named — [By Mr.
referred, 499.
bill (H. R. No. 1475) for the relief of the
claimants of, in Salt Lake City, in the
Territory of Utah— [By Mi:. Borchard.]
referred, 970.
bill (H. R. No. 1490) anthorizing the Com-
missioner of the General Land Office
to sell to Luman K. Bowdish a certain
tract oi^ within the limits of the city of
Dubuque, Iowa — [By Mr. Donnan.]
referred. 971.
bill (H. R. No. 1596) to grant a cerUin
tract of, to the city of Snreveport, in
Louisiana — [By Mr. Sypher.]
referred, 1114; reported adversely ^nd
Ubled, 8465;
bill (H. R. No. 1603) to confirm the pur-
chase by the executive department of
three acres of, in the vicinity of Nash-
vilIe,aod to donate the same to the trus-
tees of the Fisk University for educa-
tional purposes — [By Mr. Maynard.]
referred, 1114.
bill (S. No. 790) to extend the provisions of
an act for the relief of certain pur-
chasers of, from the legal represent-
atives of Bartholomew Cousin, approved
February 18, 1871.
received from Senate, 1781; passed, 4006;
enrolled. 4139. '
bill (H. R. No. 2047) authorizing the trans-
fer and exchange of two irregular strips
of, a<yoining jtiie marine hospital tract
at St. Louis, Missouri — [By Mr.
reported and passed, 1895 ; passed Sen*
ate. 1988 ; enrolled, 2045 ; approved,

bill (H. R. No. 2224) in relation to Mexi-
can Utles tb, within the Territory of
Arizona — [By Mr. Upson.]
refeifred, 2269.
bill (H. R. No. 2^263) anthorizing the Sec-
retary of War to sell ccftaiu, at Platts-
burg. New York, for depot and right
of wi^ — [By Mr. Rogers, of New York.]
referred, 2439.
bill (H. R. No. 2277) to authorize the Uni-
ted States' LAna Commissioner to bid
. for and to purchase private, sold at
public auction, and to subdivide the
same and* sell to the landed citizens of
the United States in the immediate
vicinity ofsuch lands— [By Mr. Turner.]
referred, 2489.

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Land — Continued.
bill (H. B. No. 2862) to confirm the par-
chase bj the execQtive department of
three acres of, in the Ticiniiy of Nash-
ville, Tennessee, known as the site of
Fort Houston, and to donate the same
to the trustees of the Fisk University
for educational purposes — [Bj Mr.
Townsend, of Pennsylvania.]
reported and passed, 8778.
Land and Emigration Company, Southwest-
ern, bin (H. B. No. 1148) to incorporate
the-[By Mr. Wells. 1
referred, 499; reported and tabled, 2365.
Land district, bill (H. B. No. 1026) to create
an additional, in Minnesota— [By Mr.
referred, 895; reported and passed. 506;

(see bill H. B. No. 1182.)
bill (II. R. No. 1182) to create an additionali
in Minnesota — [By Mr. Dunnell.]
reported and passed, 606 ; passed the Sen-
ate, 8580; enrolled, 8571; approved.
bill (H. R. No. 1824) to create an addi-
tional, in Minnesota — [By Mr. Averill.']
resd and passed, 685 ; pcissed Senate,
1400; enrolled, 1482; approved, 1618.
bill (H. K. No. 1507) to establish an addi-
tional, in the Territory of Dakota — [By
Mr. Armstrong.]
referred, 97 L
bill (U. R. No. 1688) to create the Linkton,
in the State of Orefon— [By Mr.
referred, 1115 ; reported and passed, 1685 ;
passed Senate, 2450 ; enrolled, 2547 ;
approved, 2788.
bill rU. H. No. 486) to establish a new, in
Nevada— [By Mr. Kendall.]
passed the Senate, 1400; enrolled, 1482;
approved, 1618.
bill (U. R. No. 487) to reestablish the Mon-
roe, in Louisiana — [By Mr. Morey.]
Sassed Senate, 1584 ; enrolled, 1650.
(II. R. No. 1998} creating an additional,
in the Territory of Arizona — [By Mr.
McCormick, of Arizona.]
referred, 1775.
bill (H. R. No. 2685) to establish an addi-
tional, in the Territory of Dakota — [By
Mr. Dunnell.]
passed, 8088; passed the Senate, 8580;
enrolled, 8571 ; approved, 8682.
bill (H. R. No. 2689) creating an additional,
in the Territory of Arizona — [By Mr.
McCormick, of Arizona.]
referred, 8089 ; reported and passed, 4178.
bill (S. No. 877) to create an additional, in
received from Senate, 8886; referred,
8407 : reported and passed, 8526 ; en-
rolled, 8685.
bill (S. No. 218) to create an additional, in
received from Senate, 8568 ; passed, 4820 ;
enrolled, 4435.
Land districu, bill (H. R. No. 1781) to estab-
lish two new, in the State of Nebraska—
[By Mr. Taffe.]
referred, 1212.

bill (S. No. 770) to erect two new, in
received from Senate, 1728; passed, 2848 ;
enrolled, 2401.
bill (U. R. No. 2202) relating to the creation

of new— [By Mr. Ketcham.]
•referred, 2489.

bill (S. No. 998) relating to the creation of
received from Senate, 2589; referred,
8407 ; reported and passed with amend-
ment, 8526; agreed to, 8875 ; enrolled,
Land grant, bill (S. No. 528) to continue in
force a, to the State of Nevada for college
received from Senate, 1188; passed, 1400;
enrolled, 1471.

Land grants — see iVdZtc Land$,
resolution instructing Committee on the
Judiciary to examine and report in
relation to the assignment of, by certain
railroad companies — [By Mr. * Moore,
January 8, 1872.]
read and discussed, 806; agreed to, 807;
report, 8465 ; discussed, 8465 ; recom-
mitted, 8469; committee discharged,
remarks by —

Mr. Bingham 8465,

8466, 3467, 8468, 8469

Mr. Batler, of Massachusetts 8465,

8466, 8467, 8469

Mr. Dawes 807

Mr. Eldredge ......806.

807, 8466, 8467, 8468, 8469

Mr. Farosworth 807

Mr. Goodrich ..8467

Mr. Holman 806, 807

Mr. Lowe 807

Mr. Moore ..306, 807

Mr. Peters 8467

Mr. Randall - 806, 807

Mr. Sbellabarger 807

Mr. Taflfe 8469

Mr. Voorhees 8466

Mr. Wood 807

questions of, for railroads discussed in
Committee of the Whole by Mr. Arm-
strong 1104

resolution for printing map showing, made
to railroads — [By Mr. Hoar, March 7,
referred, 1508.
Land Office, House concurrent resolution for
printing the report of the Qeneral, for
1870— [By Mr. Price, January 17, 1872.]
reported and agreed to, 441 ; concurred in
by Senate with amendment, 745 ; referred,
992 ; reported and concurred in, 8775.
bill ( H. R. No. 1488) to further amend the
nomestead law by establtshinj; a home-
stead, in the city of New York — [By
Mr. Blair, of Michigan.]
referred, 970.
bill (H. R. No. 1511) in relation to the pay
of registers of the, and receivers of
public moneys in the land districts of
the several Territories of the United
States — [By Mr. Jones.]
referred, 971.
bill (H. R. No. 1790) to reorganize the cler-
ical force of the General— [By Mr.
referred, 1897.
bill (H. R. No. 1791) to expedite the trans-
action of business in tne General, and
bring up the arrearages of work — [By
Mr. A^etcbam.]
referred, 1897.
Land Office report, House concurrent resolu-
tion for printing eight thousand copies of
the, for 1871— [By Mr. Pendleton, May
23, 1872.]
reported and agreed to 8775 ; concurred in
• by Senate, 8883.

Land scrip, resolution to inquire as to the dis-
position of the, issued to the several States
under the act of July 2, 1862— [By Mr.
Wilson, of Ohio, January 16, 1872.]
agreed to, 418.
Land titles, bill (H. R. No. 1282) to confirm
certain, in Missouri — [ByMr. McCormick,
of Missouri.]
referred, 681.

bill (H. R. No. 1296) to amend an act to
quiet, in Califomu — [By Mr. Sargent J
referred, 682.
bill (S. No. 986) to settle, in Iowa,
received from Senate, 8568 ; recalled by
Senate, 8626 ; returned, 8628.
bill (S. No. 986) to settle, in Iowa.

received from Senate, 4188 ; pasted, 4825.
bill (S. No. 995) to perfect certain, therein
received from Senate, 4819; passed, 4888 ;
enrolled, 4485.

Lands — see I\ihUc Landi,
bill (H. R. No. 442) to relinquish the title
of the United States to certain, in
Louisiana — [By Mr. Sheldon.J
referred, IL
bill (H. R. No. 601) conferring upon the
Territories the benefits of internal im-
prov<^ment, under the act of September
4, 1841— [By Mr. Armstrong.]
referred, 59.
bill (H. R. No. 106) for relief of porchasers
of, sold for direct taxes in the insurrec-
tionary States— [By Mr. Peters.]
reported and passed, 72 ; passed Senate
wirh amendment, 2580; concurred in,
2899; enrolled. 2998; approved, 8802.
bill (H. R. No. 742) to quiet the tiile to
certain, in the State of Iowa— [By Mr.
referred, 198.
bill (H. R. No. 748) relating to rights
of actual settlers upon certain, in
Iowa— [By Mr. Orr.]
referred, 198.
bill (H. R. No. 845) to quiet the tide to cer-
tain, in Missouri — [By Mr. McCormick,
of Missouri.]
referred, 808 ; reported and passed, 2104.
bill (S. No. 68) providing for the sale of.
belonging to the United States, situated
at Sag Harbor, Suffolk county, in New
received from Senate, 846; referred, 714.
bill (H. R. No. 1010) to authorize the Presi-
dent of the United States to ascertain the
value of certain, in Iowa — [ByMr. Orr.]
referred, 895.
bill (H. R. No. 1180) to provide for the pur-
chase by the Secretary of War of, for
the United States in the SUte of Texas
for the sites of forts and military posts—

J^By Mr. Coburn.]
erred, 499 : reported and recommitted,
bill (H. R. No. 1182) repealing s^ts and parU
of acts granting, and certain privileges
in the Indian territory to railroad com-
panies — [By Mr. Shanks.]
referred, 499.
bill (H. R. No. 1186) to confirm the title in
the State of Indiana to the^ known as
the bed of Beaver lake, in Newton
county, in said State — [Bf Bfr. Wilson,
of Indiana. ]
referred, 499 ; reported and recommitted,
bill (H. R. No. 1600) to confirm titles to
certain, in Washington Territory — [By
Mr. Oarfielde, of VVashingtoa.]
referred, 971 ; reported and passed, 8580.
bill (H. R. No. 1688) to release, held for
public nse — IBj Mr. Rusk.]
referred, 1115.
bill (H. R. No. 1606) to relinquish the title
of the United States to certain, in the
State of Louisiana— [By Mr. Sypher.]
referred, 1211.
bill (H. R. No. 48) to seUle and qaiet the
titles of, along the boandary line
between Georgia and Florida — [By Mr.'
passed, 1216; passed Senate with amend-
ment, 2052; concurred in, 2077; en-
rolled, 2117.
bill (S. No. 616) to release to the State of
Indiana the, knovn as the bed of
Beaver lake, in Newton county, in
said State,
received from Senate, 1878; referred,
1584; substitute reported and recom*
mitted, 2542; reported and passed
with amendments, 2896 ; conference,
2949^ 2998, 4U22; conference report,
no agreement, 4094 ; new conference,
4004, 4188.
bill (H. R. No. 1827) to release the title of
the United States to certain, in Michi-
gan City, Indiana— [By Mr. Packard. ]
referred, 1899.

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bill (H. R. No. 1918) to aathome the issae
of patents to, in cases of prifate land
claims — [By Mr. Chipman.J
referred, 1580.
resolution calling for information in regard
to, granted to Alabama and Missis-
sippi for railroads — [By Mr. Crebs,
March 16, 1872.]
agreed to, 1728.
bill (H. R. No. 1993) for the relief of the
settlers within the limits of the, granted
to the State of Wisconsin to aidin the
constmction of a railroad from St.
Croix lake to Lake Superior — [By Mr.
referred, 1774.
bill (H. R. No. 2092) relating to the dispo-
sition of certain, to be reclaimed in
sections fourteen, twenty-three, and
twenfy-siz, in township sixteen, north
of range twenty, in the county of She-
boygan, in the State of Wisconsin— [By
Mr. Eldredge.]
referred, 1954.
bill (H. R. No. 2094) to provide for the sale
to actual settlers of the surplus, of the
Round Valley Indian reserTation — [By
Mr. Coghlan.]
referred, 1954 ; reported, 418a
biU (H. R. No. 2141) for the relief of pur-
chasers of, sold for direct taxes in
the insurrectionary States — [By Mr.
referred, 2078.
bill (H. R. No. 2163) to confirm and legal-
ize certain entries o£ under the grtuiu-
ation act— [By Mr. Havens.]
referred, 2073.
bill (H. R. No. 2195) relating to cerUin,
in the Sute of Alabama— [By Mr.
reported and passed, 2187 ; passed Senate,
8580; enrolled. 8571 ; approved, 8783.
Joint resolution (Bl. R. No. 127) restoring
to settlement under the homestead law
certain, within five miles of the Des
Moines river, in the State of Iowa — [By
Mr. Hoiman.]
referred, 2270.
bOl (H. R. No. 2264) to anthonze the GatU-
raugus and Alleghany Indians in New
York to lease, and confirm leases — [By
Mr. Sessions.]
referred, 2489 ; reported and passed, 2944 ;
passed Senate with amendment, 4316 ;
referred, 4319.
- joint reaolaiion (H. R. No. 184) declaring
: the title to certain, to be in the Cones-

j toga Indians — [By Mr. DuelL]

referred, 2442.

Irteolution in regard to the expediency of
selling a portion of the garrison, at the
military barracks at Plattsburg, New
York-FBy Mr. Rogers, of New York,
April 16, 1872.]
agreed to, 2442.
bill (H. R. No. 2583) for the restoration of
certain, to market in the State of
Michigan— [By Mr. Foster, of Michi-

referred. 2885.
bill (H. R. No 2619) to relieve certain
persoos against sales of their, for
direct taxes in the insurrectionary dis-
tricts — [By Mr. Vaughan.]
referred, 2905.
bill (H. R. No. 289) authorizing the award
to the Vincennes University of cer-
tain vacant and abandoned, in Knox
county, Indiana— [By Mr. Niblack.]
reported and passedi ^^0.
bill (H. R. No. 2624) to provide for the re-
moval of the Kansas tribe of Indians
to the Indian territory, and to dispose
of their, in Kansas to actual settlers
only— [By Mr. Burdett.]
reported, z944; passed, 2945,* passed
Senate, 8048; enrolled, 8156.

Lands — Co7Uinu€oL

bill (H. R. No. 2661) to quiet the title
to certain, in the Red River valley, in
Dakota Territory — [By Mr. Armstrong. ]
referred, 3088.

bill (H. R. No. 2678) authorising the sale of
certain, at Vincennes. Indiana — [By
Mr. Niblack.]
referred, 8084.

bill (S. No. 780) to provide for the redemp-
tion and sale of, held by the United
States under the several acts levying
direct taxes,
referred, 8148 {.reported and recommitted,
8886 ; motion to reconsider, 8388, 8792 ;
discussed, 8817; passed with amend-
ment, 8819 ; agreecT to with amendment,
4815; concurred in, 4819; enrolled,
remarks by—

Mr. Dawes 8888

Mr. Hale 8388

Mr. Harris, of -Virginia 8818

Mr. Kerr 8386,

8388, 8792, 3817, 8818, 4819
Mr. Maynard 8817, 8818

bill (H. R. No. 2745) to authorize the State
of Oregon to change the list of, selected
by said State under the act of Septem-
ber 4, 1841— [By Mr. Slater.]
referred, 8878.

bill (H. R. No. 2772) to extend the time
for the completion of the Atchison.
Topeka, and Santa F5 railroad, ana
secure, to actual settlers — [By Mr.
referred, 8406 ; reported, 3581 ; discussed,

bill (S. No. 1045) to quiet the title to cer-
tain, in Dakota Territory,
received from Senate, 8530 ; passed, 4176 ;
enrolled, 4212.

bill (S. No. 1015) to quiet the title to cer-
tain, in the State of Iowa,
received from Senate, 8568; read, 8654,
8932 ; discussed, 4176 ; motion to sus-
pend the rules disagreed to, 4177 ; read,

bill (S. No. 1025) to quiet Che title to, of
the settlers on lands* belonging to the
West Wisconsin Railway Company,
received from Senate, 8568; called up,

bill (H. R. No. 2558) authorising the Sec-
retary of War to release twenty- five
acres of the, of the United Stales at
Plattsburg, New Yqrk, to the New York
and Canada Railroad Company — [Bj
Mr. Wheeler.]
proposed, 8748 ; passed, 8760 ; passed Sea-
ate with amendment, 4816; concurred
in, 4819; enrolled, 4428; approved,

bill (H. R. No. 2968) to enable certain
soldiers to avail themselves of the
benefit of the act approved April 4,
1872, granting, to soiaiers for a home-
stead— [By Mr. Duell.]
referred, 4174.

bill (H. R. No. 2977) for the restoration to
market of certain, in Michigan — [By
Mr. Dunnell.]
reported and passed, 4419 ; passed Senate
with am^nament, 4444; concurred in,
4450 ; enrolled, 4458 ; approved, 4460.

bill (H. R. No. 828) to authorize the survey
and sale of, reclaimed bv the drain-
age of Beaver lake, in the State of
Indiana- [By Mr. Tyner.]
referred, 802.

bill (S. No. 630) for the sale of the Black
jBob Indian, in the State of Kansas,
received from Senate, 8530; referred,

bill (H. R. No. 1176) toprovide for the pur-
chase of the Black Mills pine, from the
Indian tribes in western Dakota— [By
Mr. Armstrong.]
referred, 500.

Lands— ^ Continued,
bill (H. R. No. 1407) for the relief of actual
settlers upon the Cherokee neutral, in
Kansas — [By Mr. Lowe.]
referred, 848.
bill (H. R. No. 615) granting, to aid in the
reclamation' of desert, in the Territory
of Utah— [By Mr. Hooper, of Utah.]
referred, 101.
bill (H. R. No. 618) granting, to aid in the
reclamation of desert, in the Territory
of Utah- [By Mr. Hooper, of Utah.]
referred, 101.
bill (H. R. No. 1406) to provide for the sale
of Miami Indian, in Kansas — [By Mr.
referred, 848.
bill (H. R. No. 1841) authorizing the re-
moval of restrictions npon the aliena-
tion of certain Miami Indian, in Kan-
sas — [By Mr. Lowe ]
referred, 1400; reported and passed, 2943.
bill (H. R. No. 872} to provide for the sale
of certain New York Indian, in Kan-
sas — [By Mr. Lowe.]
referred, 308 ;* reported and passed, 2948 ;
passed Senate with amendment, 3580 ;
conference, 3980, 4022.
bill (H. R. No. 878) for the relief of set-
tlers on the Osage, in the State of
Kansas — [By Mr. Lowe.]
referred, 308 ; reported, 2102 ; passed,
2108 ; passed Senate with amendment,
2302 ; concurred in, 2897 ; enrolled,
bill (S. No. 536^ to confirm sales of Shawnee
Indian, in Kansas, under the direction
and with the approval of the Secretary
of the Interior,
received from Senate, 8568 ; referred, 4320.
bill (H. R. No. 1756) to authorize the Sec-
retarv of the Treasury and the Secretary
of War to lease certain swamp, or low
lands belonging to the Government,
lying on Nii^ara river and Lake Eiie
in the city of Buffalo, New York— [By
. Mr. Williams, of New York.]
read, 1214 ; referred, 1215 ; leave to re-
port asked, 1837 ; reported and passed,
bill (H. R. No. 2194) to amend the act in
relation to town site, of the United
States, and for the relief of the inhab-
itants of the cities or towns of Black
Hawk, Central City, and Qeorsetown,
in the Territory of Colorado— [liy Mr.
reported and passed, 2102.
Lane, Thomas, biU (H. R. No. 540) for the
relief of— [By Mr. Butler, of Tennessee.]
referred, 57.
Langford, William G., bill (H. R. No. 1840)
for the relief of— [By Mr. Slater.]
referred, 1400.

bill {S. No. 744) for the relief of.
received from Senate, 3568; referred,
Lansing, William E., a Representative from

New York„ 8

leave of absence granted to 1024, 3406

petitions presented by 694,

865, 976,. 1409, 2057, 2550, 8082
bills introduced by —
No. 686 — for the relief of the Oswego

Distillery Company 195

No. 928 — to place the name of John M.
Warson on the pension list of soldiers

of the war of 1812 892

No. 924— for the relief of Sarah S. Trapp,
executrix of William Trapp, de-
ceased 892

No. 925— for the relief of Charles 11 Car-
penter, of New Haven, in the Siaie of

New York 892

^o. 1832 — amending an act to establiAb a
uniform system oiDankroptcy through-
out the United States, approved March
2, 1867, and the several acts amend-
atory thereof. 781

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LaDSiQg, William E., a Representative from
New York — Continued,
bills iotroduced by —
No, 2068— to provide for the payment of
Mary E. Walker for services in the

Army " 1963

No. 2069 — to authorize the issuing of a
certiHcate of registry to the schooner

Jessie Drummond ». ...^ 1968

resoluiions sabmitted by —

calling for information in reference to

fublic works at Oswego, New York —
December 18, 1871].. 200

for creating a committee on fish and

fisheries— [May 18, 1872] 8878

reports made by.. » 781

remarks on the bill for the relief of Sarah

S. Trapp ^892

on the order of business 4488

LaPette, bill (S. No. 1062) to change the
name of the schooner, to La Petite,
received from Senate, 8300 ; passed, 8689 ;
enrolled. 8776.
Uwless, J. W., bill (H. R. No. 2082) for the
relief of— [By Mr. Golladay.]
referred, 1954.
Lawrence; Nancy A., bill (H. R. No. 2489)
granting a pension to — [By Mr. Moore.]
reported and passed, 2747.
Laws, Calvin A., bill (S. No. 1118) granting
a pension to.
received from Senate, 4026 ; passed, 4826 ;
enrolled, 4486.
Laws of the United States, Committee on

Revision of the 10

instructions to 8743, 8820

reporu from 862,709, 710,

711, 712, 781, 1967, 8748, 4181, 4136
bill (H. R. No. 1127) to better secure the
enforcement of the — [By Mr. Vaughan.]
referred, 498.
bill {E, R. No. 1962) repealing all, requir-
ing the publication in newspapers of the,
and treaties of the United States — [By
Mr. Speer, of Pennsylvania.]
referred, 1778.
resolution calling for names of all the news-
papers authorized to publish the — [By
Mr. Speer, of Pennsylvania, March 20,
objected to, 1806 ; agreed to, 1882.
resolution authorizing Committee on Revis-
ion of the, to meet in advance of the
next session of Congress to examine
the revision of the statutes — IBj Mr.
Poland, May 28, 1872.]
agreed to, 8743.
resolution authorizing Committee on
Revision of the, to employ a cleric in
vacation — [By Mr. Poland, May 24,
agreed to, 8820.
Leach, James M., a Representative from North

Carolina ^.8

leave of absence granted to, 281, 2880, 8986
bills introduced by —
No. 1809 — making an appropriation for
the destruction of the court-house of
Lexington, North Carolina, by fire, by
the Federal forces while occupying it
as officers' quarters and barracks in

1866 : ^898

No. 1966— for the removal of disabili-
ties 1773

No. 2160-;^fo repeal the tax on brandy,
and to simplify and reduce it on whisky,
and to prohibit the destruction by rev-
enue officers of property appertaining

thereto „ 2078

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