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ing to patents and copyrights 8748

No. 2864— for the relief of John W. Mears,
administrator of the estate of Henry D.
Mears, deceased, and of William Moul-
ton,jr 3744

No. 2926— for the relief of Charles B. Hoi-
brook, assignee of J. H. Hammond,8871
joint resolutions introduced by —

No. 67 — to repeal the income tax ......801

No. 78 — authorizing the appointment of
Passed Assistant Snr^^eon Francis V.
Greene as passed assistant surgeon in
the Navy 498

No. 110 — authorizing the President to
permit Frank M. Ashton, late second
assistant engineei of the Navy of the
United States, to withdraw his resigna-
tion of that office 1578

concurrent resolnUon submitted by —

for ))rinling the anneal report of the Com-
missioner of Patents for 1871 — [Janu-
ary* 26, 1872] 606

resolutions submitted by— '

in reference to a new building for the
Philadelphia post office — [February 9,
1872] 988

continuing the clerk of Committee on
Paileiitsand Private Land Claims during
the next recess— [January 8, 1872] ,4468

reports made by ..469,

786, 786, 2906, 8244, 8666, 8688,

8689, 8744, 8774, 4179, 4824, 4426

. incidental remarks by,874, 605, 714,786,786,

802, 1218, 1274, 1401, 1427, 1718, 1867,

1868, 2112, 2217, 2611, 2694, 2790, 2826,

2940, 8087, 8294, 3651, 8686, 8689, 8690,

' 8698,8744,8774,8806,8826,8886,8887,
8986, 4182, 4827, 4426, 4449, 4451, 4468
remarks on the Geneva commission appro-
priation biU (H. B. No. 487) 78, 76

on the bill to resnlate the salary of the
consul at Tien Tsin, China 417,419

on the bill' granting a pension to Martha
B. WUliams 468

on the legislative appropriation bill. ..677,
2277, 2844, 2846

on the bill to refnilate the appellate iuris-
dioiioa of the Supreme Cottrt..«782| 783



Myers, Leonard, a Representative from Penn-
sylvania — Continued.

remarks on the order of business 777,

778, 1189, 2740, 2824, 2829, 8228,

8568, 8671, 8681, 8686,8826,8986

on the bill for the relief of W. E. Ward, 786

on the bill fbr the relief of George W.

Morse 981,982,1289

on the naval appropriation bi 11^ 1065, 1066
on the consular and diplomatic appropri-
ation bill 1148, 1145, 1149

on the deficiency bill (H. R. No. 1664),
1404, 1405, 1406, 1407, 1481^ 8095, 8096
on the Post Office appropriation bill,
1546, 1547, 1550, 1651, 1552, 1558,
1554, 1612, 1618, 1614, 1815, 1816
on the case of Dr. John Emtlio Honard,
2788, 2790, (see Appendix,) 2798, 2818
on the bill relative to the centennial inter-
national exhibition 2887, 2888, 2889

on the tori£f and tax bill 8288,

8289, 8400, 8452, 8668, 8669, 8570, 4207

on the centennial exhibition bill 8244,

8688,8689,8698
on the bill relating to French spoliation

claims 8666, 8666

on the civil appropriation bill, 8681, 8790
on the bill amending an act relating to

patents and copyrights 4829, 4880

Myers, Stephen H., bill (H. R. No. 1678) for
the relief of, of Bound Brook, New Jer-
sey— [By Mr. Bird.]
referred, 1114.

N.

Naturalization, bill (H. B. No. 1701) to estab-
lish a record of, in the Department of
State— [By Mr. Garfield, of Ohio.]
referred, 1211.
Naturalized citizens, joint resolution (H. R.
No. 52) p|roposing an amendment to the
Constitution of the United States, so as to
make, eligible for the offices of President
and Vice President— [By Mr. Morgam.]
referred, 67.

resolution proposing an amendment to the
Constitution making, eligibleto offices of
President and Vice President — [By Mr.
Morgan, January 8, 1872.]
motion to suspend the rules and pass the
resolution disagreed to, 807, 506.

Naval Affairs, the Committee on... 10

reports fifom......72, 1018, 1895, 1896, 1897,

1898, 2209, 2211, 8799, 8800, 8801, 8802,
8808, 8804, 8805, 8820, 8871, 4129, 4184

adverse report from 2211

discharged from subjects 2211,

2848, 8798, 8799
Naval hospital, bill (H. R. No. 1767) to provide
for the sale of the, in Brooklyn, New York,
and the adjoining land — [By Mr. Slocnm. J
relbrred, 1897.
Naval service, bill (H. R. No. 614) for the
bettte detection and pretention of frauds
in the— [By Mr. L. Myers.]
referred, 84.

bill (H. R. No. 8S8) to provide that minors
shall not be enustea in the military or,
of the United States without the con-
sent of parents or guaitMans— [By Mr.
Cobum.J
referred, 802 ; reported and recommitted,
1078; reported, 1646*, passed, 1646;
passed Senate with amendment, 2842 :
referred, 2401 ; reported and concurred
in, 8224; enrolled, 8294.
bill {a, R. No. 1191) making appropria-
tions for the, for the year ending June
80, 1878— [By Mr. Hale.]
reported ana made special order, 599 ;
discussed, 999, 1024, 1026, 1062, 1055;
passed, 1060 ; passed Senate with amend-
ments, 8008 ; referred, 8085 ; debate on
amendments limited, 8888; reported,
8896 ; discussed, 8896 ; agreed to with
amendment, 8897 ; confmnce, 8458 ;
conference report, 3562 ; agreed to bv
House, 8662; by Senate, 8580; enrolled,
8666; approved, 8788.



Navai service, biU (H. B.IT0. liei) - Cbf»-
tinued,
remarks by-
Mr. Archer 8897

Mr. Banks 100^1002,

1008, 1004, 1024, 1027, 1080, 1058

Mr. Beck 699, 1002, 1008,

1026, 1026, 1027, 1028, 1029, 1080

Mr. Butler, of Massadrasetts 1081,

1082, 1057, 1060

Mr. Cogblan »1026, 1081, 8897

Mr. Conner .1000, 1028

Mr, Cox 1008, 1027

1028> 1029, 1080, 1081, 1038, 1067

Mr. Crebs 1056

Mr. Dawes 1002, 1003, 1061, 1032

Mr. Dickey 1029, 1059

Mr. Farnswortb 1032

Mr. Garfield, of Ohio...699, 1004, 1081,
1055, 1066, 1057, 1068, 1059, 1060

Mr. Hale 599, 999,

1000, 1001, 1002, lOOB, 1004,
1024, 1025, 1026, 1027, 1028,
1029. 1080, 1081, 1088, 1062, 1053,
1064, 1066, 1056> 1057, 1068, 1059,
1060, 8085, 8688, 8896, 8897, 3562

Mr. Hibbard. lOBO, 10S2, 1066

Mr. Holman 1054, 1066, 8896, 8397

Mr. Lynch „....8896, 8897

Mr, Maynard. — 1004,

1066, 1067, 1068, 1069, 106O

Mr. Morgan 999, 1000, 1002, 1026

Mr. Myers, L « 10«, 1056

Mr. Niblack 1025, 1026, 1058, 1058

Mr. Potter 1054

Mr. Roberts, W. R.....1004, 1062, 1057

Mr. Rootevelt„ 1067

Mr. Su^ent 1008, 1004,

1026, 1026, 1027, 1028, 1029, 1038

Mr. 81ocum...« « 108O,

1082, 1088, 1052, 1068, 1054

Mr. Starkweather 1008

Mr. StoVm. 88d7

Mr. Swann „ 1059

Mr. Wood 1068, 1069

Navigation, bill (H. R. No. 1220) in relation
to the further detection of the American
fisheries, and in relation to the, and
commercial interests of Uie United
States— [By Mr. Banks.]
referred, 679.

bill (H. R. No. 2814) to revive the^ and
commercial interests of the United
States— [By Mr. Lytaoh.]
referred, 2442.
Navigator Islands, resolution calling for the
corres^ndence relating to the applmiion
of the inhabitants of, to have the protec-
tion of the United States €K>vemment—
[By Mr. Houghton, March 7, 1872.]
agreed to, 1609.
Navy, bill (H. R. No. 618) in telation to pro*
motion in the, to grades of coHmodoro
and rear admical, and pay of retired offi-
cers — [By Mr. Neglev. J
referred, 66; reported and reeommitled,

1018.
bill (H. R. No. 780) to eetablish the rank
of professor or metfiematies in the
United States— [By Mr. Hale.]
referred, 800.
bill (H. R. No. 796) forrdief of pet^ officers,
seamen, ordinary seamen, mechaniciL
firemen, coal-heavers, mnsiciana, ana
boys in the— [By Mr. Swann.]
referred, 801.
Senate concurrent resdltUlon for printing the
annual report of the Secretliy 6f the.
received from Senate, 346 ; referred, 876;
reported adversely, 1135.
bill (H. R. No. 980) to promote the secur-
ing of efficient seamen for-th'6, of the
United States— [By Mr. Soofield.]
referred, 392 ; reported and ptesed, 8799.
bill (H. R. No. 1068) for the reK^ of certain
officers of the, who were dropped, fur*
ioughed, or retired under the act of
Febmaiy 28, 1866— [By Mr. Archer.]
referredi 899«



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COXLV



NaTjr— I

bill (H. R. No. 1214) establishing the nam-
Der of oflicera of certain ranks in the
United States— [By Mr. Hale.]
referred, 679.
bill (H. B. No. 1258) resalating the pay of
offioers in the United States Army and,
when absent on leave— [By Mr. SIoss.J
referred, 680.
resolation calling for information as to the
amount paid into the Treasury from the
sale of property by officers of the — [By
Mr. Beck, February 14, 1872.]
agreed to, 1018.
bill (H. B. No. 1668) providine for an outfit
and yearly allowance of clothing to
enlisted men and boys in the — [By Mr.
L. Myers.]
referred, 1118.
bill (H. R. No. 1815} to increase the effi-
amtkcj of the — [By Mr. Perc^.]
referred, 1898.
bill (H. B. No. 1890) to abolish the mdes
of Adflsiral, Vice Admiral, and rear
admiral, and to correct other abuses in
the — [By Mr. Morgan.]
referred, 1578.
- bill (H. R. No. 2058) authorizing the nomin-
ation and appointment to the retired
list of the, or a certain volunteer on the
aetiYe list of the, who was disabled in
consequence of wounds reoeiyed during
the late war— [By Mr. Hays.]
reported and passed, 1898; passed the
Senate with amendment, 8899 : referred,
8801.
bill (H. R. No. 2054) to authorize the Sec-
retary of the, to purchase for the
Government of the United States the
right to manufiMture and use the
Emery & Cheney patent elastic chain-
stopper and sufge-reliever — [By Mr.
Cogblan.]
reported, 1898.
bill (fl. R. No. 2102) in relation to the dis-
tnbutioB of prise- money in the — [By Mr.
Scofield.] .
refierred, 1955.
bill (H. R. No. 2266) to construe certain
acts relating to the relative rank of
staff offioers in the— [By Mr. Randall.]
referred, 2489.
bill (£L R. No. 2716) to establish an iron
ship-bnildinff yard on the waters falling
into the Atlantie, and an iron ship-
building yard on the Mississippi or its
tributaries, and to afford facilities to
the— [By Mr. Brooks, of New York.]
referred, 8877.
bill (S. No. 595) to fix the pay of certain
rear admirals on the retired list of the.
received from Senate, 8899 ; passed, 4102 ;
enrolled, 4189.
bill (H. R. No. 2871) to abolish the grades
of Admiral and Vice Admiral in the,
of the United States— [By Mr. Hays.]
reported and passed, 8801.
Navy and Marine corps — see Marine Corps.
Navy Department, calls for information upon

the ...-. 1018, 1023, 1880, 1900

communications from the 544,

1956, 2888, 8219
askiuff a{»>ropriatioa for testing breech-

loading howitzenu. 8789

submitting estimates for improvements at

League Island 8791

reeolution to inquire into the administration
of the— [By Mr. Blair, of Michigan,
March 7, 1872.]
objected to, 1517 ; agreed to, 1581.
select committee to investigate the affiiirs

of the ...1582, 2005, 2009

instructions to 1581

reports from 8748

resolution for printing five thousand extra
copies of tne reports of the select com-
mittee to investigate charges against
the— [By Mr. Sargent, May 22, 1872.]
referred, 8775.



Navy pension fund, bill (H. R. No. 1442)
making an appropriation and to refana
certain moneys now standing to the credit
of the— [By Mr. Negley.]
referred, 969.
Navy property, resolution in regard to the
sales of— [By Mr. Beck, February 14,
1872.1
objected to, 1018; agreed to, 1028.
Navy-yard, bill (H. R. No. 1117) to establish
a permanent, and depot at Baton Rouge,
Louisiana^[By Mr. DarQill.]
referred, 498.

bill (H. R. No. 1486) to provide for reclaim-
ing and improving the swamp and over-
flowed lands connected with the United
States, atthe city of New York— [By Mr.
Prindle.]
referred, 969.
bill (H. R. No. 1685) to provide for the
building of two excavated dry-docks at
Mare Island— [By Mr. Coghlan.]
referred, 1115.
1^11 (H. R. No. 2681) to regulate the pay
of mechanics, laborers, and artisans at
the Norfolk— [By Mr. Piatt.]
referred, 8084.
Neal, Thomas E., bill (H. R. No. 1607) for
the relief of— [By Mr. Vaughan.]
referred, 1114.
Nebraska, joint resolution (H. R. No. 61)
providing for printing the final report
of the United States survey of— [By Mr.
Monroe.]
referred, 197.
Neece, William M., biU (H. R. No. 566) for
the relief of— [By Mr. Havens.]
referred, 58.
Negley, James S., a Representative from

Pennsylvania 8

leave of absence cranted to^ 2511, 8294

petitions presented by 24,

86, 67, 200, 202, 850, 517, 886,

976, 1175, 1962, 2715, 8055, 8986

bills introduced by —

No. 515 — to amend an act to provide for

the better security of life on board of

vessels propelled in whole or in part by

steam 56

No. 516 — ^prohibiting that harbor, port,
or pilotage feesj dues, or other taxes or
imposts be levied or pretended to be
levied on the tonnage, merchandise,
trade, imports, or cargoes of any ves-
sel, or the vessel itself, by virtue of the
authority of any State or municipal
government, except wharfage, pierage,
and dockage, and enacting that the
collection or attempt to collect the
same or any portion thereof be a penal

offense 56

No. 517 — fixing the salaries of certain

(^cers.. 56

No. 518 — in relation to promotion in the
Nav^ to grades of commodore and rear
admiral, and pay of retired officers, 56
No. 654— <to amend an act to provide for
the better security of life on board of
vessels propelled in whole or in part by
steam, and for other purposes, approved

February 28, 1871 195

No. 655 — for the promotion of commerce
and amity between the people of the

United States and of Mexico 195

No. 656— to extend Winder's building for

the use of the War Department 195

No. 796 — ^to provide for toe better security
of life on board of vessels, &Cf in rela-

Uon to licensing pilots 801

No. 884 — authorizing an outfit of clothing

to men in the Navy ..804

No. 989^— authorizing the Secretary of
War to sell the grounds and tenements
in Pittsburg, Pennsylvania, now used
as United States quartermaster's de-
pot 898

No. 940—relating to the removal of causes
from State courts into the courts of the
United States , 898



Negley, James S., a Representative from

Pennsylvania — CanHnued.
bills introduced by —

No. 941 — appropriating money for the
purchase or a suitable site and erecting
a building thereon, in the city of Pitts-
burg, Pennsylvania, to be used for a
court-house, custom-house, post office.
United States marshal's office, steam-
boat inspector's office, internal revenue,
and all other Federal offices tiiat may
be necessary 898

No. 942 — authorizing the Secretary of the
Treasury to purchase a site and erect a
suitable building thereon, to be used as
a marine hospital, and to be located in
the city of Pittsburg, Pennsylvania, 898

No. 948— appropriating money for the
improvement of navigation in the Ohio
river, under the direction of the Secre-
tary of War 898

No. 944 — appropriating money for the
improvement of the Monongahela river
at Pittsburg, Pennsylvania 898

No. 945 — for the relief of certain citizens
of Alleghany county, Pennsylvania, 898

No. 1049— to establish a port of entry
and delivery at the city of Pittsburg,
Pennsylvania... ...896

No. 1096 — to amend an act to secure
homesteads to actual settlers on the
public domain, approved May 20,
1862 497

No. 1097 — authorizing the Secretary of
the Navy to dispose of vessels, ma-
chinery, ordnance and other materials,
now at the navy-yards and naval sta-
tions, which may be sold without detri-
ment to the public service, and appro-
priating the proceeds thereof to the
construction of other vessels 497

No. 1827 — for relief of Jacob Davis, late
a second lieutenant in the eighty-fifth
Pennsvlvania infantry volunteers. ...698

No. 144Z — making an appropriation and
to refund certain moneys now standing
to the credit of the Navy pension
fund 969

No. 1684 — to increase the pension of H.
Louise Gates, widow of^ General Wil^
liam Gates 1211

No. 1850 — to amend an act to provide for
the better security of life on board of
vessels propelled in whole or in part by
steam, and for other purposes, approved
February 28, 1871 1400

No. 1982— providing for the transit of
merchant vessels of heavy draught across
the bar at the mouth of the Mississippi
river 1586

No. 1988 — to improve the navigation of
the Ohio river 1586

No. 2064 — incorporating the National
Union Soldiers and Sailors' Orphans'
Industrial Training- School Associa-
tion 1958

No. 2065— to construct and aid in re-
building the levees on the Mississippi
river 1953

No. 2116 — to amend an act to provide for
the better security of life on board of
vessels propelled in whole or in part by
steam, and for other purposes, approved

February 28, 1871 1961

. No. 2208 — to improve the navigation of
the Ohio river and its tributanes...2205

No. 2599 — providing for the settlement of
the accounts of sundry railroad com-
panies ...2886

No. 2642 — authorizing the construction
of a bridge across the Mississippi river
at St Louis, Missouri. 8058

No. 2691 — to amend an act to reduce

internal taxes 8148

resolutions submitted by —

calling for information in reference to the
condition of the post office, court-room,
and marine hospital at Pittsburg, Penn-
sylvania— [February 12, 1872] 974

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Negley, James S-, a Representatire from

Peoupylvania — Coniintied.

resolaiiuii submiited by-^

calling for report in regard to the con-

•traciion oi a dam with lock and chute

across the Ohio river at McEee's

rocks— [May 24, 1872] 8817

reports made by 1400)

1646, 2205, 2304, 8058, 8148, 8149, 8974

incidHntal remarks bv ». 28,

148, 372. 806/506, 686, 686, 714,
1139. 1400, 1482, 1510, 1512. 1538, 1646,
1873, 2049, 2205, 2271, 2949, 8148, 8149,
S76U, 8974, 4108, 4132, 4823. 4881, 4424
remarks on th** SL Croix and Lake Superior

raiiroad bill 1809, 1810

on the Post Office appropriation bill,

1818, 1815, 8675

on the bill authorizing a bridge oyer the

Ohio river 1888

on the bill to facilitate commerce between

the United States and China 1866

on the Chicago relief bill 1873, 2050

on the bill to provide for the security of

life on board steamers... 1960, 1961,

2050, 2051, 2052, 2053, 2054. 2055. 2056,
2112, 2114, 2115, 2116, 2117, 2141, 2142,
2148, 2144, 2145, 2149, 2150, 2169, 2617

on the order of business 2056,

2112. 2140, 3086, 8984

on the tariff and tax bill 3159, 3518

on the bill relating to steam pressure on

towiogboats 4880, 4446

on the civil appropriation bill, 4424, 4456
on the bill for a public building at Pitts-
burg 4452

Kcils, Eiizabeih 0., bill (til. U. No. 2404)
gran dug a pension to — [By Mr. Moore. J
reported and passed, 2706 ; passed Senate,
8650 : enrolled, 8656.
I^elsou, Margaret, bill (S. No. 1119) granting
a peusiuu to.
reetiv(*d from Senate, 4025; passed, 4326;
enrolled, 4435
Nevada, bill (S. No. 528) to continue in force
a grant to the State of, for collie pur-
poses,
received from Senate,. 1188.; passed, 1400;

enrolled, 1471.
bill (S. No. 1089) to reimburse the State of,
for expenses incurred while a Territory
in the purchase of a prison and in sup-
port of United Slates courts,
received from the Senate, 4202; read,
4832, 4443 ; • passed, 4445 ; enrolled,
4447.
Newcon.er, J. T., bill (H. R. No. 2806) for
the relief of— [By Mr. Buckley.]
reported and passed, 8635.
New Hampshire, joint resolution (H. R. No.
133j for adjusting the claims of the State
of— [By Mr. Bell.]
referied, 2489.

bill (S. No. 978) for adjusting the claims
of the State of.
received from Senate, 8677; read, 4820;
referred, 4321.
New Mexico, the Territory of, bill (H. R. No.
' 150) to authorize the people of, to form
a ciinsdtution and State government pre-
vious to their admission into the Union
ftH a State, with the name of Lincoln — [By
Mr. CUaffee.]
reported adversely and tabled, 2950.
bill (11. R. No. 2099) to incorporate the
New Mexico and Central Railroad Com-
pany— [By Mr. Poland.]
referred, 1655.
bill (11. U. No. 2747) providing for the com-
pletion of the military road from Santa
F6 to Tao?, in— [By Mr. Gall^os.]
referred, 3378.
bill (U. U. No. 2748) providing for the con-
struction (jf a military road from Fort
Union to Las Vegas San Miguel, Mesa
de Pecos, Rancho de San Carlos, via
Santa F6. (Fort Marcy,) to Albuquerque,
in— [By Mr. Gallegos. J
referred, 3378.



Newspapers, bill (H. R. No. 1568) to amend
the postal laws in relation to the trans-
portation of, by mail — [By Mr. OuelL]
referred, 1114.

bill (Q. R. No. 1685) regulating the payment
of postage on, printed wholly or in
part — [Bf Mr. Shoemaker.]
referred, 1211. '
bill (B. R. No. 1962) repealing all laws
requiring the publication in, of the laws
and treaties of the United States — [By
Mr. Speer. of Pennsylvania.]
referred, 1773.
resolution calling for the names of all the,
authorized to publish the laws of the
United States- [By Mr Speer, of Penn-
sylvania, March 20, 1872 J
objected to, 1805 ; agreed to, 1882.
New York, resolution in regard to the admin-
istration of justice in — IBy Mr. Slocnm,
February 27, 1872.]
agreed to, 1238.
Nibiack vs. Walls, resolution extending time
for taking testimony in the contested elec-
tion case of, i'rom Florida — [By Mr. Hoar,
February 9, 1872.]
reported and agreed to, 929.
resolution continuing the case of, nntil the
next session of Congress — [By Mr. Mc-
Crary, May 29, 1872]
reported and agreed to, 3984.
Nibiack, William E., a Representative from

Indiana 8

leave of absence grauted to 3172

petitions presented by 202, 809,

872, 423, 479, 694, 788, 1126,

1228, 1847, 1879, 8814, 4110

bills introduced by —

No. 546— for relief of Charles F. Tracy,57

No. 547— for the reUef of T. R. Curtis

and J. H. Richmond 57

No. 1133 — making ao appropriation to pay
certain mail contractors in the States
lately in rebellion for services tendered

prior to May 81, 1861 w ..499

No. 1184 — makic^ an appropriation to

improve the Ohio river ..499

No. 1185 — making an appropriatioo for

the improvement of Wabash river, 499

No. 1193 — authorizing the constrnoiion of

a railroad bridge across the Ohio river

at or near Evansville, in the State of

Indiana ...628

No. 1615— authorizing the construction
of a railroad bridge across the Ohio
river at Moant Vernon, in the State of

Indiana 1115

No. 1671 — making appropriations for the
construction* preservation, and repair
of certain fortifications and other works

of defense 1189

No. 1710— authorizing the erection of a
building for a custom- house, post office,
and for other purposes, at Evansviile,

Indiana.. 1212

No. 1977— for the reliefof William Green,

of Knox county, Indiana 1774

No. 2566 — authorizing the Secretary of
the Treasury to pay out to the owners
thereof the proceeds of the sale of cot-
ton illegally seized and converted after

the 80th of June, 1865 ^ 2848

No. 2673 — authorizing the sale of certain

lands at Vincennes, Indiana 8084

No. 2045— for the relief of the late firm

of Dempsey ft O'Toole 8980

resolution submitted by —
in regard to the payment of boonties —

[January 8, 1872] ^ 808

reports made by 1189, 2075, 2848, 4484

incidental remarks by ..75,

217, 808, 897, 418, 807, 832, 885,
1148, 1188, 1213, 1337, 1663, 1684, 1781,
1873, 2075, 2517, 2820, 2940. 8407, 8418,
8629, 8818, 8932, 3980, 4822, 4484, 4461
remarks on the reference of the President's

message » „.17

on the apportionment bill 84,

85,62,65,80,188,148,145



Nibiack, William E., a Re^raietoistivA fifvift
Indiana*-* CVin^ntieii.
remarks on the resohiticm accepting the

Btatae of Roger Williams 871

on the bill for the relief of William and

Coleman SeLers *, ^.... 874

on the bill to establish an edncaiional

fund 686, 852

on the legislative appropriation bill. ..542,
672,577,2894,2895

on postal telegraph 644

on the bill to regulate the appellato juris-
diction of the Supreme Court ...718

on the Indian appropriation bill 717,

718,780.781,8034
on the bill for the relief of Albert W.

Gray 980

on the bill to provide for a public build-
ing at Albany, New York.. ...994

on the naval appropriation bill 10^,

1026, 1063, 1058
on the resolution for printing extra copies

of the Ku Klux report.... 1121, 1122

on the bill for the remisrion uf tnxes on
certain distilled spirits destroved at

Chicago 1162, 1168

on the deficiency bill (H. R. No. 1654),
1218, 1219, 1220, 1245, 1249, 1888,
1889, 1848, 1488, 1441, 1444, 1445. 1511

on the order of business 1887,

1399, 1964, 2511, 2740, 2819^ 8385
on the bill relating to the Central Pucfic



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