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Boutwell, George S., a Representative from Boutwell, George S., a Representative from Boyer, Benjanin M., a Representative frora
Massachusetts-- Continued.
Massachusetts--Continued.

Pennsylvania--Continued.
and that the same will be presented to remarks on the National Safe Deposit Com. remarks of the President's message
the Senate by the managers--[March 24,

.73, pany bill............3202, 3224, 3225, 3220 1868].....

179, 185, 186, 187, 236 .2081 on the bill to provide for appeals from on the resolution concerning the inspection postponing action upon all matters except the Court of Claims.............3266, 3267 of papers in the Post Office Departquestions relating to the impeachment on the tax bill (H.R, No. 1284),3378,3379,

ment.....

107 of the President until the conclusion of

3381, 3401, 3-103, 3417 421, on the order of business... the trial now pending before the Sen

3415, 3452, 3153, 3478, 3481, on the bill relating to deserters.. ate-[March 27, 1868)....

......... 283 ....2175

3482, 3158, 3189, 9130, 3528 calling for reports made by Major General

on the deficiency bill (H. R. No. 320), 287 during call of the House......... 3416, 3454 on the joint resolution to provide for the Meade to the General of the Army on the bill in relation to private land examination of distillery meters...... 432 relating to the election in Alabama in claims in California............ ...3690 on the perition in regard to the rights of February last--[March 27, 1808)...2164 on the bill relating to vacancies in the

American citizens abroad. ...........638 that the Speaker of the House again pro

Departments, 3763,4062,4133, 4134,4135 on the resolution concerning one of the pose to C. W. Foolley the questions on the purchase of Alaska............ 3811

justices of the Supreme Court.........863 contained in the resolution this day on the bill for the removal of certain on the bill relating to the rights of Ameri: adopted, and that said Woolley be in: political disabilities.....

.3851,
can citizens abroad...

...1017, formed that the House requires explicit

3852, 4050, 4083

1018, 1128, 1130, 1150 answers to be inade forthwith-(May on the Electoral College bill, 3974, 3975, On drawing for seats........ 26, 1863].......

...,2587

3976, 3977, 1978, 3979, 3980,3981, 4259 on the correspondence relaling to the Secthat Charles W. Woolley be detained on the funding bill....

.... 4135,
retary of War.....

.1103 in close custody by the Sergeant ata

4178, 4170, 4190, 4220, 4227, 4296, on the naval appropriation bill..........1325 Arms in the Capitolduring the remainder

4298, 4299, 4300, 4502, 4309, 4311 ou the resolution reported for the inof the session, or until discharged by the on the bill regulating the presentation of peachment of the President......... 1362, further order of the House-[May 26, bills to President.....

4342

1364, 1619 1868]..........

.... 2330 on the reconstruction bill (II. R. No.1450), on the bill for the admission of Alabama, reports made by ..............1179, 1470, 1993,

4119, 4123

1790, 1819, 1820, 1828, 3266, 3620, 3814, 3366, 3274, 1083 on the bill relating to the public debt,

1862, 1934, 1937, 1938 motions made by..... .1115, 1328, 1330,

4169 on the amendment of the judiciary act, 1427, 1619, 1993, 208, 2102, 2164, 3266, on the bill to regulate the duties on copper

1881, 1882, 1883, 1884, 1885, 3347, 3655, 3852, 3966, 4295, 4152, 4178

.4195

2000, 2001, 2063, 2004, 2065 incidental remarks by. ......... 65, 1012, leave of absence granted to ......... 171, 2773

on the bill to guaranty a republican form 1327, 1619, 2073, 2406, 3524, 3613, 3614, Bowen, C. C., a Representative from South

.1959

of government.... Carolina 3618, 3689, 3758, 3927, 4296, 4342, 4172 Bowler, Thomas F., bill (II. R. No. 815) for

.4252, 4254

on the Brooks and Batler controversy, 2364 remarks on the resolution for the impeach

on the bill to admit North Carolina, ment of the President reported from the relief of, of New Mexico-[By Dir.

2445, 3097 the Judiciary Committee......61, 62, 65 Hunter.)

on the impeachment trial, alleged corrupt referred, 1631. (See Appendix)

practices.......

2528 Boyden, Nathaniel, a Representative from on the order of business........ 64, 65, 687 North Carolina..

on the resolution asking the Senate for a on the bill defining a quorum of the

......,3761, 4007 incidental remarks by..

copy of the impeachment proceedings,

.4382 Supreme Court...... 485

2530 remarks on the funding bill....... 1194, 4195 on the reconstruction bill (H. R. No. 439), on the resolution for an adjournment to

on the case of Charles W. Woolley, a recu. 510, 550, 579, 587, 593, 595, 597

sant witness.

.2590, 2592, on the resolution limiting contracts for

September....

. 4377, 4378 on the state of the Union...... .4193

2663, 2672, 2676, 2702, 2708, 2705 stationery 665

.2846

during call of the House.... (Not published.) on the bill for the sale of the arsenal

on the bill for the relief of Isaac Watts, grounds at St. Louis....

716
Boyle, Hugh, bill (H. R. No. 994) for the re-

2678
lief of-[By Mr. Gravely. ]
on the bill to prevent the payment of

on the bill for the relief of Martha E. certain claims....

738
referred, 2228.

King

.2678 on the communication concerning special Boyer, Benjamin M., a Representative from

on the bill relative to contested elections agents in the Treasury Department, 944 Pennsylvania......

in Washington city......3172, 3173, 8174 personal and explanatory.... 1098 petitions presented by.......

..1330),

on the purchase of Alaska and public on the bill concerning the rights of Ameri1974, 2291, 2592, 2757, 2856, 3212, 4396

expenditures...

3025 can citizens abroad... 1159 joint resolutions introduced by

(See Appendix.)
on the bill extending certain patents for No. 195--for the relief of Thomas F.
cutting screws.......

on the bill relating to the Freedmen's
..........1179, 1182
Roberts, late first sergeant of company Bureau .....

... 4004, 4007
on the legislative appropriation bill, 1950, D, fifth Pensylvania cavalry......... 1082
1252 No. 256–for the relief of Martha E. King, Braden, David, bill (H. R. No. 326) for the

leave of absence granted to .........2071, 3658 on the Army appropriation bill, 1284, 1307

2678 on sundry questions relating to impeach- No. 280-for the relief of Mrs. Ella E.

relief of-[By Mr. Coburn.] ment, .... 1426, 1427,

referred, 286. Ilobart......

.....2678 1619, 2021, 2175, 2176, 4473, 4474 No. 288--amendatory of joint resolution

Brainard, Friend A., Bill (II. R. No. 410) for on the resolution reported for the impeach

for the relief of certain officers of the

the relief of-[By Mr. Woodbridge.] ment of the President .........

Army .... 1346,

referred, 474.

2906 1349, 1350, 1398 resolutions submitted by~

Bray, Mcllenry, bill (H. R. No. 1335) for the

1, (See Appendix.)

relief of, late first lieutenant company postponing the drawing for seat3—[Febon the articles of impeachment, 1542,1543, ruary 10, 1868]...........

1083

eighth Tennessee infantry“[By Mr. But1647, 1554, 1558, 1613, for the addition to the committee of man.

ler, of Tennessee.] 1614, 1616, 1619, 1643 agers while acting as a committee of

referred, 3587. on the bill for the relief of W. W. Holden investigation of two persons from among

Brenkwater, joint resolution (H. R. No. 279) and others........

.1928, 1930 those members of the House who voted in relation to the, at Portland, Maineon the impeachment replication ...... 2073, against the impeachment of the Presi.

[By Mr. Washburne, of Illinois.) 2074, 2079, 2080, 2081 dent--[May 18, 1868)..........

reported and passed, 2634; passed Senate, on the bill to exempt certain manufac. to add three members of the House who 2671; enrolled, 2751; approved, 2876. tures from tax.....

...2174
voted against the impeachment of the

In Senate: received from House, 2633; on the bill to admit Alabama to repre

President to the committee to investi- passed, 2659; enrolled, 2736. sentation in Congress, 2211, 2214, 2215

gate the alleged corrupt means employed Breckinridge, John C., resolution in reference on the New Jersey resolution withdrawing to infuence the determination by the to alleged assurances given to-{By Mr. consent from the proposed constitu- Senate upon the impeachinent--[May

Miller, June 1, 1868. ] tional amendment.......

.2225
29, 1868]......

..2669 agreed to, 2756.
on the bill to admit Arkansas to repre- reports made by, 2678, 2906, 8914, 4083, 4091 Brewer, Major A. L., joint resolution (H. R.
sentation in Congress.....
.2391 motions made by.

...13, No. 174) for the relief of the heirs of-[By on the bill for the relief of William Mc

332, 333, 1051, 2133, 3294, 3944 Mr. Eckley.) Garraban ......... 2472, 2473, 2478, 2479 incidental remarks by..

..11,

referred, 779. on the case of Charles W. Woolley, a re.

37, 267, 282, 543, 1329, 1333,

2587, cusant witness.....

jeint resolution (S. R. No. 122) for the re

1619, 1854, 2414, 3331, 3951, 4001 lief of the heirs of, late a paymaster in 2588, 2589, 2590, 2591, 2592 remarks on the resolution for the impeach

the United States Army.
on the bill to regulate the apprạisement ment of the President, reported from
of imports.....

..2035, 2687
the Judiciary Committee........

received from Sepate, 10271 passed, 2029;
.66, 67

enrolled, 2070.

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Bridge, resolution in regard to the, across the BridgeContinued.

Bridges-Continued.
Obio river at Louisville, Kentucky-[By bill (H. R. No. 966) authorizing the con: joint resolution (H. R. No. 305) in respect
Mr. Eggleston, January 9, 1868.)

struction of a, across the Mississippi to the construction of, over the Ohio referred, 417; objected to, 590.

river in Madison county, Illinois-[By and Mississippi rivers-[By Mr. Raum.] bill (H. R. No. 384) authorizing the build

Mr. Pile.]

read, 3364; passed, 8760. ing of a railroad, across the Ohio river read and referred, 2088; reported ad- In Senate : received from House, 3748 ; at Paducah, Kentucky-[By Mr. Trimversely, 2973: referred anew, 2974.

referred, 3748. ble, of Kentucky.)

bill (H. R. No. 1027) to authorize the con- bill (S. No. 622) to anthorize the construcreferred, 473; reported, 1471; discussed, struction of a, over Black river, in Lo- tion of, across the Ohio river. 1471; passed, 1637.

raine county, Ohio-[By Mr. Welker.] received from Senate, 4334. In Senate: received from House, 1657; referred, 2381; reported and passed, 3556; | Bridges, Hon. George W., bill (H. R. No. 884) referred, 1658 ; reported 1863; resolu

passed Senate, 3705; enrolled, 3722; for the relief of, a member of the Thirty. tion to recommit, 2509; discussed, 2545; approved, 3809.

Seventh Congress-[By Mr. Harding.) recommitted, 2548; reconsidered, 2556; In Senate: received from House, 3551; reported, 1503; passed, 1504; passed Senate, recommitted, 2559.

referred, 3552 ; passed, 3672 ; enrolled, 4430; enrolled, 4479; approved, 4498. remarks by

3715.

In Senate: received from House, 1497; Mr. Cook ....... 1471, 1472, 1478

resolution requesting the Committee on the referred, 1498 ; reported, 4093 ; passed, Mr. Eggleston..

Post Office and Post Roads to consider 1472

4406; enrolled, 4451. Mr. Holman.

. 1478, 1638 the propriety of a general law providing Brielmayer, Frederica, bill (H. R. No. 1234) Mr. Niblack........................

1471, 1472

that no, shall be coustructed over the granting a pension to~[By Mr. Polsley. ] Mr. Pruyn.........

.1473

Ohio river with a span over the channel reported and passed, 3102; passed Senate, Nr. Raum ....... ....1471, 1472, 1638

of less than five hundred feet-[By Mr. 4395; enrolled, 4434; approved, 4498. Mr. Trimble, of Kentucky.... .1471, Cary, May 27, 1868.]

In Senate : received from House and re1472, 1473, 1638 agreed to, 2009.

ferred, 3119; reported, 3900; passed, bill (H. R. No. 400) authoriziog the con

bill (H. R. No. 1193) authorizing the con- 4365; enrolled, 4443. struetion of a, across the Missouri river

struction of a railroad, over the Mis- Brien, George T., bill (S. No. 314) for the
upon the military reservation at Fort
souri river-[By Mr. Dodge.]

relief of.
Leavenworth, and to provide for the
referred, 2936.

received from Senate, 1859 ; referred, 1869 ; redaction of said reservation-[By Mr.

joint resolution (H. R. No. 321) in relation reported and passed with amendment, Clarke, of Kansas. ]

to the erection of a, in Boston Larbor- 8896; conference report agreed to by House, referred, 474. [By Mr. Cook.]

4131 ; by Senate, 4182; enrolled, 4188. bill (H. R. No. 96) to authorize the South

reported and passed, 3658; passed Sen- Briggs, Jacob, bill (H. R. No. 1281) for the
ern Minnesota Railroad Company to
ate, 3732; enrolled, 3758; approved,

relief of~[By Mr. Kerr.]
construct and maintain a, across the
8809.

referred, 8827.
Mississippi river, and to establish a post

In Senate : received from House, 3645; Briggs, Sarah A., bill (H. R. No. 13161) grantroute(By Mr. Washburn, of Wiscon.

referred, 3645 ; passed, 3709; enrolled, ing a pension to-[By Mr. Paine.)
3748.

referred, 3552.
reported and passed, 666; passed Senate,

bill (S. No. 355) authorizing the construc- Bright, John, letter of, in reference to educa1054; enrolled, 1084 ; approved, 1319. tion of a, across the Missonri river upon

....3702 In Senate : received from House, 674;

the military reservation at Fort Leaven Bromwell, Henry P. H., a Representative from worth, Kansas.

Mlinois read, 699; discussed, 1087; passed,

......2 1038; enrolled, 1071.

received from Senate, 3761; motion to petitions presented by.. .217, 1202, 1833 joint resolution (H. R. No. 193) in regard

takeup, 3928; passed with amendments,

bills introduced by--
to the Rock Island-[By Mr. Pile.)
3967 ; agreed to by Senate, 4088; en-

No. 389—to authorize the Postmaster Gen.
reported and recommitted, 966.
rolled, 4131.

eral to put up improved letter-boxes, 473 joies resolution (H. R. No. 201) in relation Bridges, bill (H. R. No. 296) to declare the No. 479--to pay officers, musicians, and to the Rock Island-[By Mr. Price.] railroad and, of the New Orleans, Mobile,

privates for horses lost in the service, read, 1085; discussed, 1086 ; passed, 1087;

...686 and Chattanooga Railroad Company a

not killed in battle........... passed Senate with amendment, 3944;

No. 732—to extend certain patents for the post route-[By Mr. Washburn, of isconcurred in, 3953 ; enrolled, 4002; ap. consin.]

benefit of the heirs of the late Thomas proved, 4255.

1179 referred, 209; substitute reported and passed,

W. Harvey......
In Senate: received from House, 1097;
666 ; passed Senate with amendments,

joint resolution introduced by
referred, 1098; reported, 1621 ; cis-
1160 ; concurred in, 1427; enrolled, 1456;

No. 112-authorizing the Secretary of the cussed, 3251, 3815, 3902 ; passed with

Treasury to use $4,000,000 per month approved, 1643. amendments, 5903; concurred in by In Senate : received from House, 674; re

in greenbacks to procure bonds and deHouse, 3954; enrolled, 3988.

stroy the same....

...89 ferred, 699; reported, 845; passed with

resolutions submitted by-amendments, 1143; concurred in by House,

in reference to swamp-land grants-[De1431; enrolled, 1443. . 1087

cember 12, 1867)..

.156 3953

bill (H. R. No.593) to amend an act entitled in relation to the annexation of territory

"An act to authorize the construction 1086, 1087

[March 9, 1868).... Mr. Stevens, of Pennsylvania..

..... 1761 of certain, and to establish them as post 1087

incidental remarks by, 156, 543, 2672, 3887 roads''-(By Mr. Sawyer.] 1087

remarks on the bill to exempt cotton from
Mr. Washburn, of Wisconsin, 1086, 1087
referred, 844; reported and passed, 1705.

internal tax......
In Senate : received from House, 1702;
1087

personal and explanatory
referred, 1702 ; reported, 1863.

on the bill relating to deserters......... 258 the, across the Ohio at the head of the

bill (H. R. No. 631) amendatory of an act on the deficiency bill (H. R. No. 320),

approved July 26, 1866, entitled " An
act to authorize the construction of cer-

on the bill extending certain patents for tain, and to establish them as post cutting screws..

...... 1179, routes''--[By Mr. Pile.]

1180, 1181, 1182, 1188 referred, 935; committee discharged, re- on the resolution reported for the impeach.

ferred anew, 2669 ; substitute reported, ment of the President.................. 1898 ing of a railroad, across the Hudson

2973; passed, 2974; passed Senate, (See Appendix.)

4061; enrolled, 4088; approved, 4255. on the articles of impeachment, 1545, 1646 In Senate : received from House, 2963 ;

ou the Tennessee election (case of R. R. referred, 2995; reported, 3856; dis

Butler)...... 1665, 1667, 1687, 1708 cussed, 3984; passed, 3986; enrolled,

on the bill granting pensions to the sol. 4075.

diers of 1812...

..1848 remarks by

on the purchase of Alaska.....1874, 1875 Mr. Alison.

2974 (See Appendix.) Mr. Baker

2974 on the bill for the relief of W. W. Holden Mr. Blaine .............

2974

and others................... 1907, 1909, 1932 Mr. Cook.........

2974 on the bill to admit Alabama to repreMr. Eggleston.....

.2974

sentation in Congress........... 2214, 2216 Mr. Farnsworth.

.2973, 2974

on the finances-see Appendix. Mr. Paine

.2974 on the Alta Vela resolution..... .2340 Mr. Pile.........

.2978, 2974 on the bill to admit North Carolina, &c., Mr. Price......

2973 Mr. Spalding.... 2974 on the bill for the relief of Palemon John,

2640 Mr. Washburne, of Illinois...2669, 2974

remarks by

Mr. Holman.
Mr. Price.......... 1085, 1086, 1087,
Mr. Scofield......

.........

Mr. Upson......

......

.30

...181

688, 689

yeas and nays on the ....... joint resolution (H. R. No. 215) concerning

falls of that river--[By Mr. Kerr.] referred, 1449 ; reported and passed, 2637. In Senate: received from House, 2633;

referred, 2659; reported, 3240; recom

mitted, 3901. bill (H. R. No. 946) to authorize the build

river, New York, at some crossing between Caldwell's Landing and Buttermilk Falls, in the highlands—[By Mr.

Butler, of Massachusetts.] referred, 2009, bill (H. R. No. 949) to anthorize the building of a railroad, across the

Connecticut river, Connecticut, crossing at Middletown and Portland-[By Mr. Hotch

kiss.)

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referred, 2069. bill (H. R. No. 963) appropriating money

for the construction of a, across the

Mississippi river at Rock Island -[By referred, 2070.

Mfr. Price. ]

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Bromwell, Henry P. H., a Representative from Brooks, James, a Representative from New Bromall, John M., a Representative frora the Illinois-Continued.

York--Continued.

Pennsylvania-Continued. remarks on the tax bill (H. R. No. 1060) remarks on the Tennessee election (case of joint resolutions iatrodaced by2821, 2988, 2989, 3044, 3074 R. R. Butler)..

1665, on the joint resolution relative to Captain

No. 222-increasing the puy on certain 1707, 1708, 1709, 1710

imports....... 1. Thomas H. Stevens...... 2873

.......... 1631 on the bill prescribing an oath of office in No. 235–providing for a saving of expense on the river and harbor bill...............3598

certain cases.........

..., 1707, 1708

in the legislative department..... 1900
on the bill relating to vaeancies in the on the bill to exempt certain manufac-
Departments

,4262
tures from tax......

resolutions submitted by

.2172, 2229 leave of absence granted to ........ .8145 on the motion to print Manager Butler's

in relation to the power of impeaclıment Brooks, James, a Representative from New

argument on impeachment trial.... 2232

of public oflicers for official miscon• ; York..... 2 on the Alta Vela resolution,... 2833, 2334,

duct-[January 8, 1868) ............... 403 pétition presented by...

4306
2387, 2338, 2839, 2340, 2341, 2842, 2347

directing Committee of Ways and Means
bill introduced by-
on the Brooks and Butler controversy,

to inquire into the expediency of abolNO. 1927-to amend an act entitled "An

2862, 2863, 2364

ishing the internal revenue tax on manu. act to exempt certain manufactures from on the reconstruction deficiency bill, 2411,

factures of cotton, wool, iron, and internal tax, and for other purposes,'

2412

steel-[January 8, 1868] ..............403 approved March 31, 1868......... .8556 on the bill to relieve certain citizens of

discharging the Committee on Accounts joint resolutions introduced by

North Carolina from political disabil

from the further consideration of eharges 12 No. 121-in relation to legal-tender notes, ities.........

2413, 2414,

against the Sergeant-at-Arms referred
209
3280, 3299, 3300, 3207, 3363, 3366

to them--[February 19, 1868)....... 1286 No. 166-upon the subject of imprison. on the New York post office ............ 2120

authorizing the Doorkeeper of the House ment of American citizeos abroad...637 on the bill to admit North Carolina, &c.,

of Representatives to appoint a docuresolutions submitted by

2446, 2450, 2456, 2461, 2102, (not

ment file clerk and fixing his salary-

1501 calling for copies of all orders promul.

[February 28, 1868)..............

published,) 2464, 3094, 3095, 3097 out "gated at the South for the execution of on the impeachment trial--alleged cor

relative to the means of lighting the

2238 the reconstruction laws-(December 12,

Hall--[April 4, 1868] rupt practices....... .... 2503, 2304 1867)......... ....... 153 on the resolution asking Senate for a copy

reports made by

1286, 1501,

.469,

motions made by *requesting the President to transmit fur- of the impeachment proceedings...2330 ther correspondence with General Grant on the ludian appropriation bill......2533,

1286, 1294, 1501, 2459, 3308

incidental remarks by....... on the subject of the recent vacation of 2592, 2641, 2612, 4175, 4303

.....3, 803, the War Office-[February 10, 1868], on the partial deficiency bill....

2572, 2573

1399, 1400, 1633, 1972, 2318, 1087 on the case of Charles W. Voolley, a

2429, 3335, 4216, 4263, 4295 for a select committee to investigate the

recusant witness

...... 2578,

remarks on the resolution of the Judiciary facts in connection with a letter written

2579, 2580, 2381, 2300, 2591, 2643,

Committee for the impeachment of the by certain of the impeachment nian

President.......... 2669, 2071, 2672, 2678, 2074, 2075,

.68, 69, 96 agers in relation to the Island of Alta

2103, 2704, 2938, 2939, 2010, 2946

on the taxation and mode of payment of + Vela--[May 1, 1868)......... .2333 on the resolution relating to a guard-room

boods............

139, 1734

..139, inviting the Senate to join with the House at the Capitol.......

on the President's message.

2013, 2649 in the reception of the embassy of the during call of the House.........264), 2649

143, 178, 469 Chinese empire-[June 8, 1868)....2937 on the bill to admit Arkansas......... 2811,

on the resolution in relation to the District

.362 Teports made by.... 3376, 4306

jail............. 2812, 2938

1085 motions made by... 95, 986, 1109, 1183, 4307 on the tax bill (H. R. No. 1060)......2845 on drawing for seats.. ineidental remarks by...

.65, 153, concerning sale of Osage Indian lands, on the legislative appropriation bill...1092 210, 216, 362, 517, 566, 644,

2805

on the report concerning certain charges LI,

665, 936, 1084, 1087, 1098, 1183, ou the reception of the Chinese embassy, againat the Sergeant-at-Arms ...... 1286,
1200, 1329, 1420, 1421, 1425, 1683,

2097, 2038
w
2164, 2172, 2216, 2226, 2228, 2332, on the bill relating to the government of

on the resolution reported for the impeach 2366, 2407, 2410, 2535, 2513, 2571,

southern States....

........2971

ment of the President ......... 1358, 1359 2872, 2905, 3030, 8031, 3034, 3063, on the bill to promote American com

(See Appendix.) ... 3375, 3397, 3524, 3525, 4003, 4007,

merce.......

.5234, 3235

on the resolution for the appointment of 4217, 4296, 4306, 4334, 4343, 4520 on the bill to provide for appeals from the

a document file clerk.......... reinarks on the bill to exempt couon from Court of Claims.....

.3267 on the articles of impeachment, 1618. 1633 17," internal tax.... 14, 34, 35, 36, 743,895, 896 on the bill to regulate immigrant ships,

on the Tennessee clection (case of R. R. personal and explanatory... -...54, 55

3273

Butler).............. 1687, 1688, 1708. 1711 tests. On the order of business...... 65, 489, 4382 on the joint resolution regarding the sale on the bill prescribing an oath of office in

.1711 on the President's message... 71, 92, 95, 162 of damaged ordnance.....

certain cases.........

..9367 ' on the deficiency bill...........210, 213, 214 on the qualifications of the Arkansas mem

on the finances..... Ons on the Union Pacific railroad bill, 232. 233

bers......

3439, 3440 on the bill to guaranty a republican form son the correspondence relating to the re- on the tax bill (I. R. No. 1284)......8469

of government... 15 moval of Secretary Stantoni..... 241, 1109 on the Electoral College bill ...........3976,

1958, 1959, 1960, 1964, 1971, 1974 phone on reconstruction bill (H. R. No. 214),

3977, 3979, 4259 on the bill for the relief of Jonathan Jes265, 266 on the bill relating to the Freedmen's

sup.......

2023 0'. (See Appendix.).

Bureau.....

... 4004, 4005, 4007 on the bill to exempt certain manufactures on deficiency bill (H. R. No. 320).......288 on the tariff bill.

.4013, 4014, 4216

from tax........ 8 on the case of Rev. John McMahon, 420 on the bill for the removal of certain

'on the report in regard to lighting the on the joint resolution to provide for the political disabilities......

.4083

Hall........

...., 2238, 2239, 2318, 2019 exan.ination of distillery meters..... 446 on the credentials of the Representatives. on the Brooks and Butler controversy, 2363 on the supplementary reconstruction bill elect from Alabama,...

..4173,

on the powers of the Supreme Court, 2429, (H. R. No. 439). ......476, 510, 597, 598

4293, 4294, 4295

2433 on the bill defining a quorum of the Su- on the funding bill.........4174, 4181, 4310 during call of the House ..... ..2645, •19" preme Court...... ..........488 on the deficiency bill (H. R. No. 1341),

2646, 3415, 3454, 3455, 4522 His on the Military Academy appropriation

4307, 4308 on the resolution relating to a guard roon bill......

leave of absence granted to, 2080, 3594, 4335 at the Capitol....... ut on the legislative appropriation bill, 1052 Brooks and Butler controversy, resolution in. on the resolution in reference to tbe death

on the bili concerning the rights of Ameri- stracting the committee of investigation ? of ex-President Bucbanan....... Hit can citizens abroad... ........1159 on charges against Hon. Ignatius Donnelly on the tax bill (II. R. No. 1060).....2826, on on the bill for the relief of the Navajo to investigate certain allegations made by 81*Indians....... 1184 Hon. James Brooks in regard to Hon. B.

on the bill concerning the Alexandria Girion the consular and diplomatic bill... 1201, F. Butler, of Massachusetts--[By Mr. canal........... 1219, 1222, 1223, 1226, 1227, 1228, 1858 Dawes, May 5, 1868. ]

on the National Safe Deposit Company fPutin on the resolution relating to the sale of: read, 2362; discussed, 2363, 2364; adopted,

bill......... Si Government bonds..............1301, 1302 2364., on the resolution reported from the Com- || Broomall, John M., a Representative from

on the bill to promote American com.

merce..... Dimittee on Reconstruction for the in

Pennsylvania ......

.2 peachment of the President ......... 1336, petitions presented by..

on the bill to regulate immigrant ships;

.62, 1338, 1941, 1342, 1315 98, 144, 163, 267, 403, 489, 785, 1460,

on the bill to relieve certain citizens of on sundry questions relating to the ina

1909, 2298, 2804, 2052, 2686, 2856, 3538 North Carolina from political disabili. peachmeni of the President.........1425,

bill introduced by-
1706, 2282
No. 338--for the redemption of legal-ten:

ties....3307, 308, 3.365, 3366, 3367 Unicon the articles of impeachment, 1642, 1648

der notes ....

ou the tax bill (H. R. No. 1284)......3406, ....880

3442, 3443, 3458, 3586

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4186.

Broomall, John M., a Representative from Brown, Rice M., bill (H. R. No. 690) for the Bugher, Josephine R., bill (H. R. No. 520) to
Pennsylvania-Continued.

relief of, of Indiana-[By Mr. Hunter.] place the name of, on the pension-rollremarks on the resolution for an investiga- referred, 1083.

[By Mr. Burr.]
tion of the disbursement of the contin- || Bruce, Sandy, fifteen dollars a month added reported and passed, 735 ; passed Senate,

..... 4084, to the
pay of...........

.......... 4469

3836; enrolled, 3375; approved, 3731. 4415, 4423, 4425, 4426, 4427 Buchanan, ex-President James, resolution on In Senate : received from House, 731 ; reon the state of the Union .......... ..4092 the death of.

ferred, 764; reported, 1311; passed, 3317; (See Appendix.) discussed, 2810, 2817.

enrolled, 3359
on the funding bill..

4184,
remarks by

Buildings, joint resolution (H. R. No. 107) to 4185, 4187, 4188, 4189, 4192 Mr. Arnell.

2817 provide Government, in the city of Brookon the order of business.

.4335
Mr. Blaine

2910, 2811, 2817 lyn, New York-[By Mr. Barnes. ] leave of absence granted to ........ 1769, 2671 Mr. Broomall

.2810 referred, 89. Browne, J. Ross, resolution in reference to Mr. Eldridge...

.2810, 2817 bill (H. R. No. 624) to regulate construction printing the report of, special commis- Mr. Farnsworth

.2810

of private, in city of Washington, District sioner for the collection of mining statis

Mr. Mullins .........

2810

of Columbia-[By Mr. Weiker.] tics in the States and Territories west of

Mr. Paine

.2811

referred, 934. the Rocky monntains--[By Mr. Higby,

Mr. Randall

.... 2811, 2817 bill (H. R. No:751) for the erection of, in the December 18, 1867.] Mr. Stevens, of Pennsylvania, 2810, 2811

city of Brooklyn--[By Mr. Robinson.) agreed to, 267.

Mr. Van Wyck............ 2810, 2811, 2817

referred, 1217. resolution for printing fifteen thousand three Mr. Washburn, of Indiana ..2810 joint resolution (H. R. No. 256k) authorizing hundred copies of the report of, on the

Mr. Wood.

.2817

the Secretary of the Treasury to appoint inineral resources-[By Mr. Laflin,

Mr. Woodward....

...,2810

à commission to examine certain, in March 26, 1868.]

yeas and nays on the........

.2810

St. Louis, Missouri-[By Mr. Pile.] reported, 2130; discussed; 2130; adopted,

resolution for a committee to attend the referred, 2399. 2132.

funeral of-[By Mr. Blaine, June 1,

Bullion, joint resolution (H. R. No. 337) con. remarks by1868: )

tinuing the refining of, in Mint of United
Mr. Ashley, of Nevada...........
adopted, 2817.

States and branches--[By Mr. Windom.]
.2131
Mr. Axtell...
Bucher, Anthony, ball (H. R. No. 1326) for the

read, 4001; passed, 4002; indefiniely post-
.2132
Mr. Cavanaugh ...........2130, 2131, 2132
relief of-[By Mr. Harding.]

poned by Senate, 4175. reported, 3553; discussed,3723,3761; passed,

In Senate : received from House, 3984; .........2132 Mr. Holbrook

3761. .........2131, 2132

referred, 3987; reported and indefinitely Mr. Ladin .........

In Senate : received from House, 3748; re- postponed, 4093.
..2130, 2131, 2132
Mr. Washburne, of Illinois... 2130, 2132
ferred, 3748.

Burbridge, Major General S. G., card of,
Brewn, Hannah, bill (H. R. No. 699) grapt-
Buckland, Ralph P., a Representative from

relating to speech of Hon. S. S. MarOhio......

2
shall

.....861 ing a pension to-(By Mr. Upson.) referred, 1083 ; reported adversely, 2908. petitions presented by 18, 98,618, 785,

Burchell, Peter J., bill (H. R. No. 744) for Brown, Henry, bill (S. No. 517) granting a 1117, 1141, 1974, 2217, 2236, 2789, 4024

the relief of, of Kane county, Illinoispension to the widow and children of. bills introduced by

[By Mr. Farnsworth.] received froin Senate, 3345; referred, 3346; No.-242-to amend the twelfth and thir.

referred, 1217; committee discharged, rereported and passed with amendment, teenth sections of an act making appro.

ferred anew, 2680. 3895 ; conference report agreed to by

priations for sundry civil expenses of

Burdett, Carrie E., bill (S. No. 238) granting House, 4131 ; by Senate, 4182; enrolled, the Government for the year ending

a pension to.

received from Senate. 3315; reported and June 30, 1867....

.......90 Brown, John Young, claimant for a seat as a No. 243-to establish a post route from

passed, 3897; enrolled, 3948.

Bureaus in New York, resolntion instructing Representative from Kentucky......

Greensburgh Cross Roads to West Mill .664

Committee on Military A fairs to inquire remarks on the Kentucky election........ 1161

Grove, Ohio

..30

into the expediency of requiring the (See Appendit ; Contesied Election.).

No. 382-making appropriation for the resolution that, is not entitled to take the improvement of the harbor of Port Clin

Secretary of War to concentrate the

offices of severai, at some convenient oath as a Representative from the sec

ton, Obio.........

..473
ond district of Kentocky or to hold a
No. 539—for the relief of J. W. Water-

place within the narbor of said eity

[By Mr. Schenck, December 12, 1867.] seat as such Representative-[By Mr.

........779

agreed to, 153. Dawes, January 21, 1868.]

No. 622--to repeal section five of an act Teported, 654 ; discussed, 811, 899, 901,

entitled "An act concerning the regis

. Burke, Martin, bill (H. R. No. 1398) grant937, 944, 1107, 1109 ; adopted, 1161. tering and recording of ships or vessels,''

ing a pension to-[By Mr. Miller.]

reported and passed, 3892; passed Senate, Peter of, to the Louisville Courier, April 18,

approved December 31, 1792.. 934 No. 623-10 regulate the national cur:

4395; enrolled, 4485; approved, 4498.

In Senale : received from House and reresolution that, is entitled to admission, and

...892
rency

........ 984

ferred, 3917; reported, 4197; passed, to take the oath of office as a Repre. No. 917---for the relief of Marinda Stage,

4869; enrolled, 4443.
sentative from the second district of

1900
Kentucky-[By Mr. Kerr, January 31,
No. 952—for the relief of Margaret Nyce,

Burleigh, Walter A., a Delegate from Dakota.

petitions presented by. .... 841, 891, 901 2069

bills introduced byresolutions submitted by

No. 650—to amend the act of March 3, resolation that there be paid to, the sum of allowing a clerk to Committee on Banking

1865, providing for the construction of $2,500, in fall for time spent and ex. and Currency-[December 19,1867),282

certain wagon-roads in Dakota Terri. instructing Committee on Naval Affairs to

tory..

....935 inquire into the expediency of establish

No. 651-granting lands to aid in the coning a naval depot and naval dry.dock struction of a railroad and telegraph on Sandusky bay, at or near Sandusky

line in the Territory of Dakota ........935 city -[February 28, 1868]............. 1501

No. 838-to fix the saluries of certain terincidental remarks by...,

, 1142
ritorial officers .....

i.. 1512 remarks on the death of Hon, Cornelius S.

No. 891-in regard to the title of individHamilton, a Representative from Ohio,

uals to public lands........... .... 1759 718

joint resolution introduced by on the resolution reported for the impeach

No. 244-to establish a post route in ment of the President....... 1390

Dakota .........

... 2070 (See Appendir.)

resolutions submitted by-
on tax bill (H. R. No. 1060)... .2978
on the river and harbor bill..........

to set apart a room in the Capitol for the Brown, Lot, bill (H. R. No. 855) for the relief

...3210

use of the territorial Delegates--[Febof. of Harrison connty, West Virginia- || Buckley, Charles W., & Representative from during call of the House......... ....3416

ruary 10, 1868].

1084 leave of absence granted to........ 1631, 3692

'instructing Committee on the Public

Lands to inquire into the expediency
Brown, Mrs. Mary, bill (U.R. No. 1211) grant-

Alabama.....
core.....4178, 4298

of providing for the cutting of wood
motion made by......

..4492

upon the public lands along the upper incidental remarks by...........

.4430

Missouri river, to be used as fuel for 4395; enroled, 4434; approved, 4498.

Buckley, Colonel Lewis P., resolution for the steamboats navigating said river-
payment to the representatives of, late [March 6, 1868)..........

. 1707 3119; reported, 8954 ; passed, 4806; en:

assistant doorkeeper, of one month's inquiring the number of troops stationed
extra påy—[By Mr. Windom, July 6, along the line of Union Pacific railroad
1868.)

between Omaha, Nebrgska; and Great
agreed to, 3759.

Salt Lake City-Jaly 7, 18687......3804

son

1861......

1848.]

reported by minority, 899.

penses incurred in prosecuting his claim to a seat in this House-[By Mr. Eldridge, February 25, 1868.] adopted, 1419. tesolation rescinding the resolution passed

antborizing the payment to, of $2,500, for expenses incurred in prosecuting his claim to seat-[By Mr. Schenck,

February 25, 1868.] proposed, 1426. bill (H. R. No. 872) to remove political dis

ability from-(By Mr. Mungen.] referred, 1716.

[By Mr. Hubbard, of Vest Virginia.]

referred, 1031.

ing a pension to--[By Mr. Benjamin.] reported and passed, 3103 ; passed. Senate, la Senate: received from House and referred,

rolled, 4443.

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Burleigh, Walter A., a Delegate from Dakota- Burr, Albert G., a Representative from IHi- Butler, Benjamin F., a Representative from
Continued.
nois-Continued.

Massachusetts--Continued. motions made by..

. 1084, 1707 remarks on the President's message ......184 bills introduced by remarks on the civil appropriation bill, 1485, on the order of business............. 267, 2162 No. 1073-making appropriations for the

1505, 2027 on the joint resolution to provide for the current and contingent expenses of the concerning sale of Osage Indian lands, 3264

examination of distillery meters, 426, 427 Indian department, and for fulfilling ou reconstruction ......... ........ 4015, 4016 on the bill defining a quorum of the Su. treaty stipulations with various Indian on Indian relations

.4308
preme Court......

....477
tribes for year ending June 80,1869..2466

* 1,6 (See Appendix.)

on the censure of Hon. Fernando Wood, 542 No. 1131--regulating judicial proceedings on the organization of the Territory of on the supplementary reconstruction bill in certain cases for the protection of Wyoming ..... .4344, 4383 (H. R. No. 439)......

.......583

officers and agents of the Government (See Appendix.) (See Appendix.)

and for the better defense of the Treas.

- - - 42 ration on Indian affairs-see Appendix.

on the death of Hon. Thomas E. Noell, a ury against unlawful claims...........2750 leave of absence granted to.... .2236

Representative from Missouri......... 698 No. 1201 ---to control bounty claim agents, Burlington, Iowa, bill (S. No. 469) confirming on the bill concerning southern land

2936 the title to a tract of land in.

grants.....
........874, 875, 970 No. 1218-appropriating money to sus-

13 he song received from Senate, 3171; referred, 8477; on the bill granting pensions to the sol. tain the Indian commission, and to carry reported and passed, 3655; enrolled, 3661. diers of 1812......

......... 1247 out treaties made thereby............3100 Burnett, Ward H., bill (H. R. No. 618) for the on the resolution reported for the impeach- No. 1380-to equalize taxation and reduce relief of-[By Mr. Miller.]

ment of the President..........1398, 1401 the interest on the public debt......3883 referred, 934. (See Appendix.)

No. 1448m-making appropriations for cerBurr, Albert G., a Representative from Illi- on questions relating to impeachment, tain executive expenses of the Govern. nois.........

,2

1401, 1425, 1427 ment for the fiscal year ending June 30,
petitions presented by..
......... 119, on the finances....

.1428
1869........

..4889
872, 815, 949, 2416, 2433, 2686 (See Appendix.)

joint resolutions introduced bybills introduced by

on the civil appropriation bill........... 1479 No. 308-relative to the fisheries ...... 3462 No. 390-to establish a mail route in Illi- on the articles of impeachment....... 1544, No. 318-to correct an act entitled "An nois.......

..473

1545, 1619, 1620, 1633, 1642 act for the relief of certain exporters No. 520-to place the name of Josephine during call of the House, 2645, 2646, 2649

of rum".

.3589 R. Bugher on the pension-roll.........735 on the case of Charles W. Woolley, a recu- No. 322-relative to Prince Edward's seria No. 521-granting a pension to Solomon sant witness....... 2651, 2669, 2705, 2939

Island..

...3757 Zachman

.735 on the Donnelly and Washburne contro- No. 362--to aid in relieving from peon No. 546—for the relief of Mrs. Minne

versy......

.2757

age women and children of the Navajo Hess, of Scott county, Illinois.........779 on the tax bill (H. R. No. 1060).....8036

Iodians.....

.4469 No. 588-to establish a mail route......834 on the bill to admit North Carolina, resolutions submitted byNo. 628-to establish a mail route in the &c. ........

.........3096 referring so much of the President's mes. State of Texas......... .......935 on the bill for the relief of Champe Car

sage as relates to the payment of money No. 909-to establish a mail route between

ter, jr. .....

.8131

under treaty with Russia to the ComSt. Louis, Missouri, and Hamburg, Illi. on the bill for the relief of Seth Lea, 3132 mittee on Appropriations--[December nois.... 1847 leave of absence granted to.......... .. 2239

9, 1867)........ No. 1220-granting a pension to Kate Hig. || Busteed, Richard, resolution directing the that the indebtment of the nation ought

gins, of Louisville, Kentucky........3101 Committee on the Judiciary to investigate to be paid in exact accordance with the sun gatorna ing No. 12214-granting a pension to Sarah J. charges against, United States district the acts of Congress creating it, and not Rogers......

........3101 judge of Alabama-[By Mr. Wilson, of otlerwise; that all loans enacted to be No. 1222-granting a pension to Catharine Iowa, July 22, 1868.]

paid in gold to be so paid; and all Ginsler...... ...3101 reported and adopted, 4335.

loans not so enacted to be payable ought No. 1223-granting a pension to Margaret | Buteliers' Association, bill (H. R. No. 427) to be paid in lawful money of the Uni Filson....

... 3101 to incorporate the Washington Benevo- ted States-[December 16, 1867)....212 No. 1224-granting a pension to Jane B. lent, of the District of Columbia-[By requesting Committee of Ways and Bleans Rogers ..... ..........3101 Mr. Koontz.]

to devise some measure by which disNo. 1225-granting a pension to Patrick referred, 475.

tilled spirits of American manufacture Collins..

.........3101 | Butler, Benjamin F., a Representative from may be exported under the laws [JanNo. 1226-granting a pension to Barbara Massachusetts....

.2
uary 21, 1868]..............

.662 Weisse

.8101 petitions presented by .........372, 1909, 3273 calling for information in regard to reNo. 1227-granting a pension to Margaret bills introduced by

ported suffering of United States soldiers Ann Wallace......

.........3102

No. 317–10 provide for the publication of in Alaska-[January 22, 1868]......443 joint resolution introduced by

the laws......

.........241 for the suspension of ihe rules during the No. 145-pledging protection to all citizens, No. 320-making appropriations to supply pendency of the impeachment of the native born or naturalized, in the enjoy. deficiencies in the appropriations for the

President, to proceed to the considera. ment of all the rights of citizenship execution of the reconstruction laws, tion of any matter which inay be reunder the Constitution and laws of the and for the service of the quartermag

ported by the managers on the part of United States........

... 473

ter's department of the Government for the House of Representatives--March resolutions submitted bythe fiscal year ending June 30, 1868, 260 16, 1868].......

1905 making inquiry respecting the amount of No. 500–for the better regulation of the for the arrest of Charles W. Woolley, a

revenue on distilled spirits collected in custody and expenditure of public recusant witness-[May 25, 1868)...2575 the State of Illinois for the six months

moneys....

...637

for the arraignment of Charles W. Woolending November 30, 1867—[December No. 678--making appropriations for the ley, a recasant witness, and the pro12, 1867]

......... 155

payment of invalid and other pensions pounding of certain interrogatoriescalling for a statement of the several

of the United States for the year ending May 26, 1868)...... amounts paid out of the contingent fund the 30th of June, 1869.................1045 No. 682-in addition to an act to protect

directing that any communication from C. for expenses caused by the investigation

W. Woolley or his counsel, placed in the of the charges against the President

the revenues....

............ 1082 before the Judiciary Committee-(De. No. 733—for the relief of the Navajo In

hands of the Speaker, be sent to the

committee of investigation-[June 8, cember 12, 1867)............, dians, at Bosque Redondo, and to estab

.2938 calling for certain information in regard to

1868)............. lish them on a reservation ....... .1184 the administration of the War Depart- No. 762-to amend the act establishing

for the discharge of Charles W. Woolleyment-[December 19, 1867)...........286 the national banks..........

(June 11, 1868)........

.1243 in relation to the withdrawal of interest. No. 819---making partial appropriations

for printing the protest of the Democratic bearing bonds-[March 9, 1868)...1761 for the further expenses of the Indian

inembers of the House against the adreports made by.......... ..785, 3101, 3102

mission of the Representatives from

department and for fulfilling treaty stipmotions made by .. 267,

Arkansas-[June

25, 1868).........3486 ulations.....

..1424 735, 1161, 1401, 1427, 2621, 3101 No. 836--for the better regulation of the

in relation to the expediency of authorincidental remarks by..... .11, 71, 155, custody and expenditures of the public

izing the Secretary of the Treasury to 231, 551, 735, 781, 1084, 1421, 1427,

dispose of the property of the United moneys........

.............1504 1504, 1620, 1761, 1959, 1968, 1993, 2187, No. 930—in regard to interest on the pub

States in certain canals and navigation 2226, 2412, 2651, 2804, 2007, 2910, 3101 lie debt.........

companies wherein the United States

.. 1900 remarks on the bill to exempt cotton from No. 946--to authorize the building of a

hold stock, which have for many years internal tax......

.........31,36
railroad bridge across the Hudson river,

been non-interest paying - [July 18, on the resolution for the iinpeachment of New York, at some crossing between

1868)........ the President, reported from the Judi

Caldwell's Landing and Buttermilk

reports made by.. ciary Conimittee... ..66 Falls, in the highlande......

1045, 1181, 1424, 1813, 2006, 2466, ..... 2069

2971, 3009, 8100, 8397, 3731, 8928

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