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Batler, Benjamin F., a Representative from Butler, Benjamin F., a Representative from Butler, Elizabeth, bill (H. R. No. 668) grant-
Massachusetts-- Continued.
Massachusetts-Continued.

ing a pension to, widow of Cyrus Butlermotions made by .........

.212, remarks on the resolution relating to a guard- [By Mr. Perham.]
690, 1045, 1109, 1112, 1328, 1453, room at the Capitol .... .2619, 2650 reported and discussed, 1041 ; passed, 1042;
1455, 1505, 1633, 1905, 2006, 2429, on the resolution in relation to the occu- passed Senate, 3340; enrolled, 3375;
2592, 2614, 3174, 3311, 3760, 4175 pancy of a room by Miss Vinnic Ream,

approved, 3732.
incidental rerparks by...
.234, 290,

2706 In Senate : received from House, 1038; re637, 1329, 1346, 1450, 1451, on the tax bill(H. R. No. 1060), 2878, 2880, ferred, 1068;. reported, 1461; passed, 2387, 2388, 2400, 2682, 3035,

2881, 2990, 2991, 2992, 2993, 3320; enrolled, 3359.
8462, 3485, 3689, 3761, 3885,

2994, 2995, 3035, 3036, 3042 remarks by-
3889, 4001, 4069, 4215, 4372 on the reception of the Chinese embassy, Mr. Benjamin.
remarks on the bill to exempt cotton from

.1041, 1042
2937, 2938
Mr. Covode

..1041 internal tax...... ...... .17 on the bill to admit North Carolina, &c.,

Mr. Farnsworth on the President's message

.... 1041, 1042 73,

3091, 3092
Mr. Logan

1041
92, 93, 94, 144, 263, 366 on the bill for the survey of certain Indian Mr. Maynard..
or questions relating to the currency, reservations........3097, 8099, 3099, 3100

.......................1042

Mr. Paine. bonds, &C......... ...144, 4069, 4092 on the bill concerning the Indian commis

Mfr. Perham.... (See Appendix.)

1041, 1042 sion appropriation ......3100, 3174, 3175 Mr. Ross......

....1041 personal and explanatory...

.131

on the resolution of instructions on the tax Butler, Roderick R., a Representative from on deficiency bill (H. R. No. 320), 260, 287, bill......... .......... 3166, 3169, 3170

Tennessee

.... 1426 288, 289, 290, 291, 589, on the clerks' twenty per cent. resolution,

(See Contested Élection.) 673, 687, 688, 189, 690

3199

bills introduced byon the order of business...

263, on the bill relating to the Alexandria 1504, 2535, 2573, 2575, 2592, 4261

No. 1330--for the relief of William E. 'canal.

......3201 on the bill relating to land grants to south- on the river and harbor bill......

Byrd, of Tennessee..

......3587

....3207
ern railroads......
....... 311 on the bill to promote American com-

No. 1331-for the relief of Nancy Cook,

of Tennessee.... on the supplementary reconstruction bill

.3238

...... 3587 (H. R. No. 439)...

No. 1332—for the relief of Barbara Stont, .....549, 551, on the bill to relieve certain citizens of

of Tennessee.. 572, 639, 644, 045, 646, 648, 662, 663

3587 North Carolina from political disabili

........ on the naval appropriation bill.......

No. 1333—to establish a post route in .... 733 ties

Tennessee on the bill to prevent the payment of cer

..3587 on the tax bill (H. R. No. 1281)......3378, tain claims......

No. 1334—for the relief of Lieutenant ..... 789, 740

3380, 3398, 3406, 3408, 3409, 3411, 3417, on the resolation concerning the changing 3418, 3420, 3121, 3150, 3460, 3479, 3480,

George A. Miller, of Tennessee .....3587 of bank securities

No. 1335--for the relief of McHenry Bray, .....936

3483, 3490, 3531, 3535, 3536, 3537, 3538 on the bill concerning the rights of Ameri

late first lieutenant company I, eighth on the bill for the relief of Albert Grant, can citizens abroad........068, 1128, 1130

Tennessee infantry.. 3553

3587 on the Military Academy appropriation on the taxation of interest on bonds, 3588,

No. 1346--for the relief of William A. bill.......

Dunn, of Virginia
.994
3589, 4069

..... 3656 on the legislative appropriation bill... 1049,

No. 1347--for the relief of L. Pangle, 3656 (See Appendix.)

No. 1348—for the relief of S. K. N. Pat. 1091, 1109, 1110, 1111, on the joint resolution in relation to the 1112, 3697, 3699, 3701

ton, late colonel of the eighth Tennes. on the bill extending certain patents for exportation of rum ........ ...3589, 3590

see cavalry......

...3656 on the bill for the relief of E. R. and S. cutting screws ...

No. 1436---for the relief of Christopher C.
on the bill for the relief of the Navajo In-
...... 1180, 1181, 1183 W. Clarke.......

... 3690, 3691
Carey, of Tennessee

.4215
dians.....
on the joint resolution relative to Prince

No. 1437--for the relief of Captain Isaac on the consular and diplomatic appropria. ... 1184, 2971, 2972 Edward Island. ...........3757, 4470, 4471

A. Taylor, of Tennessee....... ..4215 tion bill...

on the purchase of Alaska......3805, 3810, No. 14138—for the relief of Colonel George 1201,

3811, 3883, 3884, 4052, 1202, 1220, 1226, 1227, 1228, 1828

W. Kirk, of Tennessee......... 4215 personal and explanatory..

4053, 4392, 4393, 4394
incidental remarks by...

..4215
1218
on the Army appropriation bill.
(See Appendix.)

joint resolution (H. R. No. 214) relative to, .1282, on the bill for the removal of certain politi

a Representative-elect froin the State on the bill to provide for the payment

of
1283, 1306
cal disabilities...... ..........3851, 3852

of Tennessee--[By Mr. Dawes.]
on the bill for the relief of iron-clad con-

reported, 1426; discussed, 1662, 1681, 1298 on the naval appropriation bill... 1325, 1328

tractors......

....3942

1682, 1683, 1689, 1692; recommitted on the invalid pension bill..............1335,

on the bill in relation to the retired officers with'instructions to report a general of the Army.....

........3947

bill, 1693 ; bill (H. R. No. 689) reported on the resolution reported from the Com1336, 1813, 2006, 4131

on the bill to fix the military peace estab- as substitute, 1693. mittee on Reconstruction for the im

lishment...3949, 3950, 3951, 3952, 3953, bill (H. R. No. 870) to remove political peachment of the President......... 1338,

3968, 3969, 3970, 3971, 3972, 3973 disabilities from, of Tennessee-[By Mr. on the state of the Union....

.4032

Dawes. ] on the Indian appropriation bill......1424,

1346, 1391
(See Appendix.)

reported, 1708; discussed, 1708, 1711; 1452, 1453, 1454, 1455

on the funding bill........4174, 4175, 4177, on the civil appropriation bill.....

passed, 1711; passed Senate with amend 1457,

4181, 4183, 4184, 4185, 4190, 4192, 4193, ment, 3089; discussed, 3197; concurred 3845, 3846, 3847, 3849, 3850

4217, 4218, 4219, 4221, 4224, 4225, 4302 in, 3199; enrolled, 3202. on the bill to regulate the custody of pub

on the resolution for an adjournment to In Senate : received from House, 1719 ;

September.........4375, 4376, 4377, 4378 referred, 1744; reported, 1940; dison the artieles of impeachment....... 1558,

.1504, 1505

on the bill providing for the pay of tempo- cussed, 1977, 2192, 2218, 2221 ; recom. 1615, 1616, 1638, 1639, 1640, 1641,1642

rary clerks....

..4389, 4390, 4478 mitted, 2267 ; reported, 2329'; called on the joint resolution concerning cap:

on the reconstruction bill (H. R. No. up, 2559 ; discussed, 3058; passed with tured property............ 1764, 1765, 1768

1450)..

4420, 4421

amendment, 3060; agreed to by House, on questions relating to impeachment,

on the joint resolution relating to peonage 3183; enrolled, 3183. on the impeachment replication, 2074,

2075 1905, 1906

of Navajo Indians.............. 4469, 4470 | Butterfield, Charles, bill (H. R. No. 402) for personal and explanatory in answer to the relief of, a Chippewa half-breed InSenator Henderson ....

4499 .2338,

dian-[By Mr. Clarke, of Kansas. ] 2343, 2344, 2345, 2346, 2347 on the House joint resolution for the pro(See Appendix.)

referred, 474 ;_reported adversely, 2538. tection of fishing vessels.............. 2373

leave of absence granted to.................801 || Byrd, William E., "bill (H. R. No. 1330) for on the Indian appropriation bill

, 2466, 2592,

resolution instructing the committee of in- the relief of, of Tennessee-[By Mr.Butler, 2014, 2015, 2616,2617, 2018, 2019, 2620,

vestigation on charges against Hon. of Tennessee.] 2621, 2637, 2638, 2639, 2641, 2642, 2643, Ignatius Donnelly to investigate certain referred, 3587.

C. 2682, 2683, 2684, 2707, 2708, 2710, 2711,

allegations made by Hon. James Brooks 2712, 4175, 4302, 4903, 4301, 4306, 4306

against-[By Mr. Dawes, May 5, 1868.]

Cabinet officers, memorial of Hon. Charles read, 2362; discussed, 2362, 2363, 2364; Sumner and other Senators to President adopted, 2364.

Lincolo in 1864 relating to...............1610 2536, 257, 2575, 2578, 2579, 2580, .2535, remarks by

Cady,, Mrs. Julia, bill (H. R. No. 1432) to Mr. Arnell........

.2362, 2363

place upon the pension-roll the name of,
Mr. Boyer

2364 mother of James Cady—[By Mr. Barnes.)
Mr. Brooks..... 2362, 2363, 2364 referred, 4080.
Mr. Broomall

.2363 | Cahill, W. A., bill (H. R. No. 562) for relief
Mr. Dawes.

2362, 2363, 2364 of, late first lieutenant of the eighty-ninth Mr. Eldridge...

...2363, 2364 New York volunteers-[By Mr. Ward.] Mr. Myers.....

.2863, 2364

referred, 780.

certain pensions.....

lic money....

on the Alta Vela resolution......

on the case of Charles W. Woolley,

casant witness....

å re

2581, 2585, 2586,2589,2590,2591,2592, 2651, 2668, 2069,2672,2673, 2675,2676, 2702, 2703, 2704,2705,2706,2937,2938,

2040, 2941, 2942,2945, 2946, 3034,3069 during call of the House....

.2644, 2645, 2847, 2848, 2871

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Çaine, E. R., bill (H. R. No. 1317) granting Canal-Continued.

Capital, joint resolution (H, R. No. 125) apa pension to- - By Mr. Paine.]

bitl (H. R. No. 831) relating to the Alexan. pointing a committee to report on the ex referred, 3552.

dria--[By Mr. Ingersoll.]

pediency of relocating the, of the United Cake, Henry L., a Representative from Penn: referred, 1185.

Stales-[By Mr. Logan.] sylvania.

..2 bill (H. R. No. 835) to provide for the com. referred, 200. petitions presented by............ 783, 949,

pletion of the Louisville and Portland, bill (H. R. No. 633) providing for removing 979, 997, 1141, 1711, 2030,

around the falls of the Ohio river, at ibe national, to St. Louis county, in the 2582, 2827, 2830, 3175, 4227 Louisville, Kentucky-[By Mr. Eggle- State of Missouri-[By Mr. Newcomb.] bills introduced by

ston.]

referred, 935. No. 898-to extend the letters-patent of referred, 1504.

resolution that the seat of Government of Si Henry Jenks for an improvement in the

bill (H. R. No. 924) granting lands to aid the United States ought to be removed

in the construction of a, in the State of process of manufacturing wire grating.

to the valley of the Mississippi-[By
1703
California--[By Mr. Johnson.]

Mr. Paine, February 10, 1868.1
No. 980--to authorize the building of a
referred, 1900,

rejected, 1084. bill (11. R. No. 1102) to take possession of resolution in reference to the removal of railroad from Washington city, District of Columbia, to the Schayikill river,

the bar known as Pass à L'Outre, at the the-[By Mr. Logan, June 15, 1868.] Schuylkill county, Pennsylvania ...2207

entrance of the Mississippi river, and to objected to, 3174. No. 1210-to authorize the building of a

construct a, without any aspense to the Capirol grounds, resolution instructing Comrailroad from Washington city, District

Government-[By Mr. Eggleston.)

mittee on Public Buildings and Grounds of Columbia, to the Schuylkill river, reported and recommitted, 2342.

to inquire whether any further appropria. Scbnylkill county, Pennsylvania... 2977

bill (11. R. No. 1150) for the improvement tion is necessary to cause the removal of No. 1440—for the relief of William Wag

of the Washington--[By Mr. Ingersoll.] the rubbish about the west front of the Cap-
4252
referred, 2750.

itol, and to complete the grading now susjoint resolution introduced by-

bill (H. R. No. 1153) to aid in the covstruc- pended---(By Jr. Ela, May 15, 1868.]

tion of the Sutro-[By Mr. Ashley, of agreed to, 2150. No. 347—to pay the claim of Captain

Nevada ]

Captured and abandoned property, joint reso-
Jacob S. Fuhrman.......

.4252
reported and recommitted, 2812.

lution (H, R. No. 19) direcring that cerresolutions submitted by

bill (H. R. No. 1275) relating to the Alexan. tain moners now in the barids of the in reference to removals made during the dria-By Mr. Ingersoll.]

United States Treasurer, as special agent fiscal year 1867 upon the recommend- reported, 3062; discussed, 3199; passed, of the Treasury Department,' be covered ation of the Coninissioner of Internal 3201 ; passed Senate with amendment, by warr:nt into the Cuited States Treas. Revenue, and the falling off of internal 4422 ; concurred in, 4128; eurolled, ary--[By Mr. Washburn), of Wisconsin.] revenue-[February 7, 1868)........ 1053 4478; approved, 4198.

passed Senate with amendment, 1540; disfor printing the report of Abraham S. In Senate : received from House, 3215; cussed, 1761, 1703; Senate amendinent Hewitt, commissioner to the Paris Ex

referred, 3216; reported, 3856; dis- agreed to with amendment, 1768; dis. position-[March 28, 1868)......... 2204 cussed, 4400; passed with amendments, agreed to by Senate, 1828; conference, for printing Agricultural Report for 1867— 4102; agreed io by House, 4135; en: 1828, 1818; conference report, 2171; June 30, 1808)........ rolled, 4450.

agreed to by House, 2071 ; agreed to by for printing report from the Treasury rel- Canal Company, joint resolution (H. R. No. Senate, 2193; enrolled, 2217. ative to trade with the British Prov.

130) in relation to the sale of stock of the Mi Scnate : reported, 98: corrected, 119; inces--[June 30, 1868)...............3613 Dismal Swamp-[ By Mr. Woodward.]

discussed, 120, 145, 373, 1211, 1232, 1466, for printing report of the Committee on read and passed, 256 ; passed Senate, 388; 1489; passed with amendments and title Retrenchment in the civil service of the enrolled, 399; approved, 510.

amended, 1497; agreed to by House with United States—[June 30, 1868)...3613 In Senate: received from House, 281; re. amendment, 1744; called up, 1782; nonreports wade by ......2977, 3316, 3613, 3881 ferred, 282; reported and passed, 309; concurred in, 1809; conference, 1809, motions made by.

.2204, 3613
enrolled, 384, 404.

1812, 1813; conference report, 2176; com incidental remarks by

.664, 3881 Canal and Sewer Company, bill (H. R. No. curred in by House, 2160; concurred in remarks on the tax bill (H. R, No. 1060), 232) to incorporate the Georgetown and by Senate, 2176 ; enrolled, 2192. 2838, 2988, 3065 Washington-- [By Mr. Ingersoll.]

remarks byon the river and barbor bill.............3563 referred, 89; reported and recommitted, 668. Mr. Allison......

.1768 on the bill to modify the warehousing bill (H. R. No. 483) to incorporate the Mr. Blaine......... 1761, 1761, 1765, 1768 system ......

3794
Georgetown and Washington--[By Mr.

Mr. Butler..

1764, 1765, 1768 on the order of business,

8881
Ingersoll.]

Mr. Cake.....

....1763 I leave of absence granted to ....... .1161, referred, 636.

Mr. Chanler...,
2505, 2592, 3966
Canals, resolation in relation to the expedi-

Mr. Dawes.....

1765 Oxllis, John B., a Representative from Ala- ency of authorizing the Secretary of the Mr. Farnsworth ..........1762, 1763, 1767 bama.......

.....4218, 4293

Treasury to dispose of the property of the Mr. Hooper, of Massachusetts......1763 Cameron, Joseph McGhee, and Mary Jane, United States in certain, and navigation Mr. Lawrence, of Ohio........1764, 1766

bill (S. No. 176) for the relief of, minor companies wherein the United States hold Mr. Logan...1762, 1763, 176.5, 1766, 1767 children of La Fayette Cameron, de- stock, which have for many years been Mr. Maynard.......

1762, 1763, 1767 ceased. non-interest paying-[By Mr. Butler, of

Mr. Price........ received from Senate, 3345; reported and Massachusetts, July 13, 1868.]

Mir, Raum ,....,

..1766 1,447 passed with amendment, 3898; conference agreed to, 4003.

Mr. Van Wyck... 1764, 1765, 1767, 1768 report agreed to hy House, 4131 ; by Sen. Canby, Israel T., bill (S. No. 428) for the re- Mr. Washburn, of Wisconsin ......1761, ate, 4175; enrolled, 4186. lief of the sureties of, late receiver of pub.

1762, 1763, 1764, 1765, Campaign issues, discussed in Committee of lic moneys at Crawfordsville, Indiana.

1766, 1767, 1768, 2171 the Whole. received from Senate, 3336; discussed, 4432;

Mr. Welker..... remarks byreferred, 4433.

Mr. Wilson, of luwa...... Mr. Logan... .4136 Cannon-see Ordnance.

resolution in relation to claims of British Mr. Loughridge .4144 joint resolution (H. R. No. 358) authorizing

citizens for the proceeds of-[By Mr. Mr. Scofield the Secretary of War to furnish, to Solo

Scofield, April 20, 1868.] Mr. Van Horn, of New York. ......4140 diers' Monument Association of Pe.

agreed to, 2307. Canal-see Ship canal.

quonnock and Paterson, New Jersey

bill (H. R. No. 1082) construing an act for joiut resolution (H. R. No. 170) in relation (By Mr. Hill.]

ihe collection of, and for the prevention to be interest of the United States in read and passed, 4130; passed Senate,

of frauds in insurrectionary districts in the Dismal Swamp-[By dir. Wood4489; enrolled, 4493; approved, 4498.

the United States, approved Varch 12, ward.) In Senate: received from House, 4402;

1863--[By Mr. Poland.] referred, 641; reported adversely, 2321. referred, 1445; reported and passed,

referred, 2526. bi!l (H. R. No. 594) to take possession of

4453; enrolled, 4462.

Cardiff, Lewis J., bill (17. R. No. 1151) for the bar kuown as Pass à L'Outre, at the Cantwell

, Thomas J., bill (H. R. No. 531) for

the relief of, of St. Francis county, Misa
entrance of the Mississippi river, and to
the roliet of-[By Mr. Humphrey. ]

souri--[By Mr. McCormick ]
construct a, without any expense to the
referred, 778.

referred, 2760.
Government-[By Mr, Eggleston.] Capehart, Charles E., bill (S. No. 473) for the

Carey, Christopher C., bill (H. R. No. 1486) referred, 851; reported and recommitted, relief of.

for the relief of, of Tennessee-[By Mr. 2333; reported and recommitted, 2542 received from Senate, 2289; called

Butler, of Tennessee.]
up,

referred, 4215.
(see bill H. R. No. 1102.)
passed, 2500 ; enrolled, 2584.

Carleton, Etta Eva, Henry, and Guy, bill (H.
bill (H. R. No. 892) relating to the Alexan. remarks by-
dria-[By Mr. Ingersoll.]

Mr. Chanler

R. No. 1197) for the relief of, minor

2499 referred. 1759 : substitute reported, 3062;

children of Major Geueral Carleton-[By Mr. Garfield

2499 Mr. Clever.) (see bill H. R. No. 1270.

Mr. Holman

2499 referred, 2986.

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OCXVII Carlotta, bill (II. R. No. 1106) to authorize Cary, Samuel F., a Representative from Ohio- ! Cavanaugh, J. M., a Delegate from Montanathe registration of the bark, as an Ameri- Continued.

Continued. can vessel-[By Mr. Kerr.]

incidental remarks by ......

..96, 153,

remarks on the President's message, 749,750 referred, 2569.

505, 638, 1692, 2363, 2364, 3566, 4256 on the bill concerning land grauts to Carmichael, Peter M., joint resolution (H. R. remarks on the bill constituting eight hours southern railroads....

.837 No. 340) for the relief of, surveyor of the a day's work ......

235 on drawing for seats...

1085 port of Albany-[By Mr. Washburne, of on the President's message.........366, 371 on the civil appropriation bill.......... 1506, Illinois. ] on the supplementary reconstruction bill

1507, 2027 reported and passed, 4051; passed Senate, (H. R. No. 439): ..........642, 647 on the Indian appropriation bill........1454 4175; enrolled, 4182 ; approved, 4422.

on the bill concerning land grants to south- on the bill to amend an act for carrying In Senate: received from House, 4031; re

ern railroads......

836, 837
the mails .........

3308, 3309 ferred, 4031 ; enrolled, 4151.

on the resolution reported for the im- on the joint resolution in regard to the Carrell, Adam, bill (H. R. No. 245) to grant peachment of the President........... 1398

mail service in Dakota........ ..3312 & pension to, of Gallipolis, Ohio-[By on the joint resolution relating to the on the funding bill.........4194, 4195, 4196 Mr. Wilson, of Ohio.]

Osage Indian lands............1704, 1705 on the bill to provide a government for referred, 90.

on the Donnelly and Washburne contro. The Territory of Wyoming ............ 4344 Carriers, bill (H. R. No, 789) to limit the lia

versy..

.... 2360 Cental standard, bill (H. R. No. 756) to estabbility of common, of goods between the on questions relating to impeachment, 2364 lish ihe, of measurement for grains, seeds, different States-(By Mr. Blaine. ]

on the payment of live.twenty bonds, 2570 and cereals-[By Mr. Pruyn.] referred, 1418.

on the order of business......... 2681, 2937 referred, 1217. Carroll, Julia, bill (H. R. No. 1174) granting

concerning the sale of Osage Indian lauds, || Certificates, joint resolution (H. R. No. 104) a pension to-[By Mr. Per ham.]

3265 authorizing the transmission through the reported and passed, 2908 ; passed Senate,

on the tax bill (H. R. No. 1284)......3491, mails free of postage of certain, of the 4395; enrolled, 4434 ; approved, 4498.

3492, 3493, 3494, 3495, 3500 Legislature of New Hampshire--(By Mr. In Senate : received from House, 2925; re

on the river and harbor bill....... 3595, 3596 Stevens, of New Hampshire.] ferred, 2935; reported, 3814; passed,

on the bill to fix the military peace estab- referred, 89; reported and passed, 607; 4363 ; enrolled, 4442.

lishment........

...3950

passed Serate with amendment, 1250; Carson, Brigadier General Christopher, joint

on the bill to relieve Simeon Corley from concurred in, 1427; enrolled, 1455; ap. resolution (H. R. No. 290) granting pen

political disabilities.......

4334

proved, 1643. sion and homestead to the orphan children

leave of absence granted to......

1087,

In Senate : received from House, 652; reoi, deceased--[By Mr. Clever.]

1711, 1927, 2420, 3658 ferted, 674; reported, 880; passed with referred, 2936. Cassidy, Elizabeth, bill (H. R. No. 1165)

amendments, 1230; title amended, 1231; Oarson, Elizabeth, bill (S. No. 536) for the granting a pension to-[By Mr. Perham.)

concurred in by House, 1431 ; enrolled, relief of.

reported and passed, 2907; passed Senate, 1413. received from Senate, 3381 ; referred, 4433.

4394; enrolled, 4431; approved, 4498. Challenges, bill (H. R. No. 1258) to define

In Senate : received from House, 2925; re- felonies and misdemeanors and to reguCarson, Mrs. Susan, bill (H. R. No. 1321) granting a pension to-[By Mr. Baker.)

ferred, 2935; reported, 3814; passed, 4363; late peremptory, in the courts of the Unireferred, 3554 enrolled, 4442.

ted States--[By Mr. Churchill.) Carter , jr., Champe, bill (H. R. No. 1255) for

Castro, Simeon, bill (H. R. No. 423) for the referred, 3164. the relief of-[By Mr. Eliot. ]

relief of the heirs of, and their assigns- || Cliamberlain, Captain Joshua, bill (H. R. No. repor'ed, 8131 ; pagsed, 3132. [By Mr. Coburn.]

791) for the relief of the heirs of, deIn Senate : received from House, 3130 ; referred, 475; reported adversely and tabled,

ceased-[By Mr. Van Horn, of New 3655. referred, 3130.

York.]
Carter, jr., Ezra, bill (S. No. 353) to authorize
Cavalry, bill (H. R. No. 856) for the relief

referred, 1418.
of the members of the twenty-first New
the accounting officers of the Treasury to

Chamberlain, William, bill (H. R. No. 612) York—[By Mr. Lincoln.] adjust the accounts of, late collector of

granting a pension to, a soldier of the war referred, 1631. customs at Portland, Maine.

of 1812–[By Mr. Van Aernam.] received from Senate, 3067 ; referred, 3476. Cavanaugh, J. M., a Delegate from Montana.

referred, 934. Carver, Stephen F., bill (H. R. No. 1079) to petitions presented by.........779, 1909, 2407

Chanler, John W., a Representative from New bills introduced by

York...........

..2 grant a pension to-[By Mr. Humphrey.]

No. 487—to establish certain post roads referred, 2500.

petitions presented by.........317, 1054, 1188,

in the Territory of Montana.......... Carver, Stephen T., bill (H. R. No. 1396)

1202, 2305, 2318, 2593, 3212, 3313, 4144 No. 757-to establish a branch mint of granting

the United States in the Territory of

bill introduced by-reported and passed, 8892; passed Senate, pension to--[By Mr. Miller.)

Montana........

..1217 No. 899-explanatory of an act entitled 4395; enrolled, 4435; approved, 4497. No. 782—to provide for mail service be

"An act to prevent frauds in the col. In Senate : received from House and retween Fort Abercombie, Dakota Terri.

lection of the tax on distilled spirits,' ferred, 3917; reported, 4197 ; passed, 4369;

tory, and Helena, in Montana Territory, approved January 11, 1868....... 1769

1318

joint resolutions introduced by~ Cary, Samuel F., a Representative from Obio, 2 No. 808--to enable the people of the Ter

No. 173—to protect passengers on board ......... 9, 18, 317, ritory of Montana to form a constitution

of emigrant ships and to correct cer. tain abuses....

....... 733 342, 979, 997, 1428, 1460,

and State government, and for the ad-
1939, 2330, 2009, 2622, 3175
mission of said State into the Union,

No. 275-in relation to the right of suf1419 frage........

2569 No. 271–extending the provisions of the

No. 1269—to provide for the construction resolutions submitted by

of a wagon-road for military and postal calling for tabular statements of the amount sation for bailiffs and criers of the courts

purposes through the Territories of Da. of seasoned timber now stored in each of the District of Columbia.............. 129

kota, Montana, and Washington..... 3164 of the dock-yards of the United States,

No. 1270-to provide for the publication and the amount of green timber bought Chillicothe, Ohio, Indianapolis, Indiana,

of the treaties and laws of the United during each year from 1860 up to dateand Springfield, Illinois................ 163

States in the States of California, Ne- [December 3, 1867)......
vada, and Oregon, and in the Territories requesting Committee of Ways and Means
of Washington, Idaho, and Montana, to levy a tax on family crests and coats.

3164

of arms worn as ornaments on vehicles No. 1443-authorizing the appointment or household furniture actually in

useof three commissioners to examine the [December 12, 1867).... ......153 claims of the Territory of Montana for for a select committee to inquire into the volunteers during the late Indian war, best means for the protection of passen.

and to report upon the same......... 4252 gers on board of emigrant ships, and to joint resolution introduced by

correct certain abuses-[January 24, in relation to the payment of the five.

2864
No. 258-in regard to mail service from

1868).

783 Fort Abercrombie, Dakota Territory, in reference to an appropriation for remov.

to Helena, in Montana Territory... 2406 ing obstructions at Hell Gate and the resolution submitted by

improvement of the eastern harbor of calling for copies of all treaties made by New York-[January 29, 1868)...... 838

the peace commissioners with the several inquiring by what regulations and in what tribes of western Indians during the last manner frauds are detected and preand present years—[July 13, 1868), vented in the printing and issue of

4000

United States postal and United States 2600 motions made by.......... 692, 781 fractional currency-[March 17, 2868];

1927 incidentai remarks by..... 692, 781, 831, 1177

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petitions presented by

bills introduced by

act entitled "An act fixing the compen

No. 278-to abolish the land offices at

.... 96

No. 542-to establish a uniform currency,
provide
for the management

and liquid-
ation of the national debt, &c........779
resolutions submitted by
in reference to the payment of United

States bonds-[December 12, 1867), 163 instructing the managers to withdraw the tenth article of impeachment-[May 5, 1868] twenty bonds--[May 25, 1868]......2570 requesting the Committee on the Post

Office and Post Roads to consider the propriety of a general law providing that no bridge shall be constructed over the Ohio river with a span over the channel

of less than five hundred feet-[May 27, motion made bv..

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Cherokee lands, bill (H. R. No. 247) to pro

hibit the sale of the, in a body, and pro
viding for the sale thereof - [By Mr.

Loughridge.]
referred, 90.
Cherokee neutral lands, joint resolution (H.

R. No. 335) for the protection of settlers

on the, in Kansas-[By Mr. Clever.]
read, 4000; passed, 4001.
In Senate; received from House, 3984 ;

referred, 3986.
Chilcoit, G. M., a Delegate from Colorado.

petitions presented by......1229, 1460, 1806
bills introduced by-
No. 259-10 establish an additional land

district in the Territory of Colorado, 90
No. 363-amendatory of an act to provide

a temporary government for the Territory of Colorado.............. ...........331 No. 364—for the further relief of citizens of Denver........

.831 No. 487—to estal,lish certain post routes

in the Territory of Colorado...........637 No. 488---for the relief of James Martin,

637
No. 489–explanatory of the several acts

granting lands to railroads within the
States and Territories of the United
States........

...... 637
No. 501--for the relief of persons for

ramages sustained by reason of depre-
dations and injuries committed by cer
tain bands of Arrapaho, Sious, and

other hostile Indian tribes.............. 779
No. 710-to amend an act entitled 'Am

act to confirm certain private land
claims in the Territory of New Mexico,"

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INDEX TO
COXVIII
Chanler, John W., a Representative from New || Chanler, John W., a Representative from New
York-Continued.

York- Continued. resolutions submitted by

remarks on the joint resolution assigning a

.1791

lo: for a school in Florida....... in relation to the nations of South America

on the bill for the sale of the Sea Island now at war -[April 9, 1868)........ 2288 calling for information in regard to the lots .........

.......... 1702,1793 treatment of certain American citizens on the impeachment replication ...... 2073,

2074, 2079 reported to have been unjustly arrested, imprisoned, and fogged while in prison on the Connecticut avenue railway bill,

2163, 2164 by authority of an officer of the Government of Mexico-[May 12, 1868), 2429 on the bill relating to the presidential suc

....2224

cession...... directing the reporters of the Congressional

Globe to report in full each distinct on the resolution to print the report of J. proposition, motion, resolution, or bill, Ross Browne. .2130, 2131, 2132 and each amendment or modification on questions relating to impeachment, 2232 thereto, or substitute therefor; offered on the Olio election (case of Delano vs.

.2288

Morgan). for the consideration of this House by any member or Delegate-[May 14, on the bill providing for the expenses of

... 2457 1868]............

2308

the impeachment trial.. in relation to the revolution in Ilayti and on the bill concerning the rights of Ameri

.2312

can citizens abroad.. the protection of our flag-[May 26, 1868).

.2585 on the naval appropriation bill, 2335, 2337 that William McGrorty is not entitled to a on the Alta Vela resolution...... .2340, seat in this House as a Delegate from

2342, 2344, 2317 the Territory of Utah-[July 9, 1868), on the House joint resolution for the pro

3886

tection of fishing vessels...... 2373, 2374 that William H. Hooper is entitled to a on the joint resolution providing for the

seat in this House as a Delegate from sale of the site of Fort Covington, 2157
the Territory of Utah-[July 9, 1868], on the bill for the relief of Charles E.

8886
Capehart.........

.2199 calling for information in regard to the on the joint resolution relating to the obstruction in New York harbor known

Hygeia Hotel.

.2500 as the wreck of the ship Scotland- on the resolution concerning a letter to [July 14, 1868]...........

4055

Senator Henderson ..... .2502, 2503 for appointment of a standing committee on the impeachment trial, alleged corrupt on emigration-[July 15, 1868)....4088 practices.....

..... 2503, 2504 reports made by..

...3886 on the resolation asking Senate for a copy motions made by........... 151, 312, 3:32, 733, of the impeachment proceedings...2530

1151, 1771, 1813, 2133, 2512, 2976, 3089 on the Indian appropriation bill......2533, incidental remarks by... .11,

2016, 2642 332, 333, 733, 780, 1050, 1098, 1177, 1189, on the hill for the survey of certain Indian 1200, 1293, 1318, 1426, 1427, 1450, 1451,

reservations .....

....... 2544 1651, 1711, 1761, 1901, 1960, 2071, 2073, on the bill to promote American com2009, 2162, 2288, 2305, 2372, 2412, 2413,

.2013 2421, 2428, 2457, 2480, 2502, 2532, 2569, during call of the House ......... 2645, 3415

2587, 2611, 2307, 3266, 3295, 3415, 3853 on bill to admit North Carolina, &c., 3092 remarks on the order of business............11, on the National Safe Deposit Company 112, 154, 2542, 2572 bill.......

3225 on the bill to exempt cotion from internal on the bill to regulate immigrant ships, tax.....

13, 27

3272, 3273, (not published), 3295 on the confiscation bill.......... . 108, 117 on the bill to transfer the control of Indian on the bill relating to land grants to south

affairs to the War Department......8853 ern railroads...........311, 312, 605, 696, on the bill for the relief of loyal Choctaw 697, 808, 809, 810, 811, 985, 1050

and Chickasaw Indians....... .3854 on the New Mexico contested election, 312 on the Utah contested election.........3886, on the deficiency bill (H. R. No. 313), 315

4133, 4389 on the bill constituting eight hours a day's on New York harbor improvements...4035 work....

...335 (Not published.) on the joint resolution to provide for the leave of absence granted to .........2671, 4182

examination of distillery meters, 444, 446 on the Kentucky election (case of Symes

Chapin, Major G., bill (II. R. No. 1340) for

the relief of, United States Army--[By vs. Trimble) ....

.448

Mr. Clever.] on the bill defining a quorum of the Su

referred, 3588. preme Court..

...478, 489 on the bill concerning the rights of Ameri

Chapman, John B., joint resolution (H. R. can citizens abroad ......831, 1012, 1103

No. 158) for the relief of-[By Mr. Wilon the Kentucky election (case of John

liams, of Indiana.] Young Brown)...891, 894, 899, 900, 1161

referred, 636. on the legislative appropriation bill, 1052,

Charter, bill (S. No. 475) to extend the, of 1053, 1273

Washington city. on the joint resolution reducing expenses

received from Senate. 2286; discussed, 2409 ; of the War Department......1100, 1161

passed with amendments, 2410; agreed on the consular and diplomatic bill...1201,

to by Senatė, 2429 ; enrolled, 2175. 1202, 1221

remarks byon the bill for the surrender of crim

Mr. Brooks.......

2410 inals..

.1273

Mr. Eldridge.. 2409, 2410, 3411 on the Army appropriation bill........ 1278 Mr. Mungen..... .2409, 2410, 2411 on the resolution concerning contracts of

Mr. Niblack.

2410 the Post Office Department, 1295, 1296

Mr. Randall...... on the Indian appropriation bill...... 1424,

.2409, 2110 Mr. Robinson ....

.2411 1451, 1452, 1454, 1455

Mr. Welker......... on the civil appropriation bill.....

.2409, 2410, 2411
1455, yeas and nays on the........

..2411
1456, 1457, 1458, 1459
on the bill to regulate the custody of pub.

bil! (H. R. No. 418) to amend the, of the

corporation of Washington and George1505

town, on the Tennessee election (case of R. R.

the District of ColumbiaButler).....1667, 1682, 1690, 1711, 3198

[By Mr. Ingersoll.] on the joint resolution concerning captured

referred, 474.

Chenery, Richard, joint resolution (S. R. No. property......

..1766, 1767 on the joint resolution providing for the

40) to provide for the payment of the

claim of. maritime exhibition at Havre.........1771 passed over, 3940.

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No. 807-declaring null and void a cer.

tain act of the Colorado Legislature
therein named......

.1418
No. 889—to repeal certain parts of an act
of the Legislature of Colorado Territory

, entitled "An act to locate the site and establish a penitentiary for Colorado Territory”.

.1759
No. 890-to grant the right of way to the

Denver Pacific Railway and Telegraph
Company.

...........1759
No. 1092--for the right of way and a grant

of land to aid in the construction of a
railroad and telegraph line from Denver,
in the Territory of Colorado, to Santa

Fé, in the Territory of New Mexico, 2527
remarks on the bill to amend an act for

carrying the mails ............... 3308, 3310 Chinese embassy, resolution extending to the,

a public reception-[By Mr. Wood, June

6, 1868. ]
agreed to, 2906.
remarks by-

Mr. Brooks....
Mr. Butler, of Massachusetts, 2937, 2938
Mr. Cullom .........

.2906
Mr. Eldridge...

2906 Mr. Garfield

2906
Mr. Ingersoll.

2906
Mr. Price......
Mr. Schenck.....
Mr. Washburne, of Illinois....
Mr. Wood ....

.2906
resolution inviting the Senate to join with

the House in the reception of the-[By

Mr. Brooks, June 8, 1868.]
read, 2937; agreed to, 2988.
letter of invitation and reply...............2937

address of welcome and response .......2970
Chinese Government, resolution making cer;

tain inquiries respecting money received
from the, under the treaty of 1858 for the
payment of losses sustained by American
citizens--[By Mr. Orth, December 17,

1868.)
agreed to, 230.
Chinese immigration, resolution directing Ju

diciary Committee to inquire whether Con
gress can by legislation prevent-[By Mr.

Johnson, December 12, 1867:] objected to .....

.2906 .2906, 2937, 2970

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Chittenden, Thomas, bill (8. No. 840) for the Churchill, John C., a Representative from
relief of.

od New York--Continued.
received from Senate, 1859; referred, 1869 ; resolutions submitted by-

? reported, 2310

& calling for the surveys, plans, and esti-
Chronometer, joint resolution (H. R. No. 246) mates of cost for a ship-canal to connect

directing the Secretary of State to present Lakes Erie and Ontario--[February 11,
George Wright, master of the British brig 1868]......

...1116
J. & G. Wright, a gold, in appreciation making inquiry relating to the proposed
of his personal services in saving the lives

eonstruction of wharves in the harbor of three American seamen wrecked at sea of Oswego, New York-[June 10, 1868], on board of the American schooner Lizzie

2976 F. Choate, of Massachusetts--[By Mr. reports made by.........692, 3618, 3619, 4081 Eliot.]

motion made by

..3619 reported, 2082; passed, 2083; passed Senate, incidental remarks by

...153, 8271; enrolled, 3299; approved, 3731.

692, 2228, 2976, 3034
In Senate: received from House, 2088; remarks on the resolution reported for the

referred, 2114; reported, 2623 ; passed, impeachment of the President ...... 1393
3242; enrolled, 3279.

(Not published.) Church, bill (H. R. No. 161)

to incorporate or the civil appropriation bill......... 1458, the congregation of the First Presbyte

1459, 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003 rian, of Washington-[By Mr. Moorhead.] on the bill relating to the presidential sucreported and passed, 131; passed Senate,

cession

2224 309; enrolled, 315.

on the tax bill (H. R. No. 1060). ... ..2892, In Senate : received from House, 150; re

3046, 3047, 3048, 3065 ferred, 151; reported and passed, 296 ; on the bill relating to courts in Idaho and enrolled, 309.

Montana

...., 3618, 3619 bill (H. R. No. 502) to incorporate the con- on the bill concerning Missouri judicial gregation of the First Presbyterian, of districts .....

..3619 Washington-[By Mr. Koontz.]

on the bill in relation to district courts in referred, 667, 668; reconsidered and

New York .......

3619, 3620 passed, 687; passed Senate, 3732; en- on the purchase of Alaska........ 3665, 3666 rolled, 3758; approved, 3809.

leave of absence granted to

...2236, In Senate: received from House, 678;

2307, 3381 laid aside, 690 ; passed, 3712; enrolled, Cilley, Commander Greenleaf, joint resolution 3748.

(H. R. No. 342) for restoration of, and bill (S. No. 433) authorizing the trustees of Commander Aaron K. Hughes, of the

Union Chapel of the Methodist Episco- United States Navy, to the active list
pal, in the city of Washington, to mort- from the retired list-[By Mr. Pike.]
gage their property for church pur- reported and passed, 4081.
poses.

In Senate : received from House, 4080;
received from Senate, 2812; passed, 4391 ;

referred, 4092. enrolled, 4422.

Citizens, joint resolution (H. R. No. 100) in Charchill, John C., a Representative from relation to the protection of AmericanNew York....

2 [By Mr. Cullom.] petitions presented by..

..979,

referred, 27.
1188, 1774, 1870, 1909, 2113, joint resolution (H. R. No. 111) in relation
bills introduced by-
2143, 2364, 2371, 2387, 4227 to the rights of naturalized-[By Mr.

Cook.)
No. 221-to establish certain post routes,

referred, 89.

89 resolution in regard to American, in prison
No. 497—to regulate the sessions of the abroad-[By Mr. Price, December 20,

district court for the northern district 1867.)
of New York........

..... 637 referred, 309.
No. 714—to regulate the duty on lumber, joint resolution (H. R. No. 139) requesting
timber, wood, and manufactures of

the President to intercede for the rewood.

. 1083 No.982—to amend an act entitled "An act

lease of American, imprisoned in Great

Britain and Ireland on insufficient
relative to the election of the President
and Vice President of the United States,

grounds-[By Mr. Wood.]

read and passed, 420.
and declaring the officer who shall act In Senate: received from House, 405;
as President in case of vacancies in the
office both of President and Vice Pres.

referred, 407.
ident," approved March 1, 1792 ...2224

joint resolution (H. R. No. 145) pledging No. 983-supplementary to the several

protection to all, native born or natuacts relating to pensions..........

ralized, in the enjoyment of all the No. 1258-to deline felonies and misde.

.2225

rights of citizenship under the Consti

tution and laws of the United States-
meanors and to regulate peremptory
challenges in the courts of the United

[By Mr. Burr.]
States, and for other purposes......3164

referred, 473. No. 1274-concerning the naturalization

resolution in relation to the right of expa

triation and the protection of Ameri....3164

can-[By Mr. McCarthy, January 14, No. 164–explanatory of section thirteen

i. 1868.) of the act approved July 28, 1866, en

objected to, 505.

joint resolution (H. R. No. 159) in regard for sundry civil expenses of the Gov.

to rights of naturalized-[By Mr. Van ernment for the year ending June 30,

Horn, of Missouri.]

referred, 636. No. 296-giving the assent of the United

..637 joint resolution (H. R. No. 166) upon the States to the construction of certain

subject of imprisonment of American,

abroad-[By Mr. Brooks. ]

referred, 637.
..3164 bill (H. R. No. 684) concerning the rights

of American, in foreign States—[By

Mr. Banks. ]
reported and recommitted, 783 ; reported

and discussed, 831, 865, 967, 986, 1012,
1098, 1127, 1156 ; bill and amendments

referred, 1160. Salmon river, on Lake Ontario Jan.

remarks by-
Mr. Ashley, of Obio.............

.. 1101
Mr. Bailey

Citizens, bill (H. R. No. 584)-Continued.
remarks by-
Mr. Baker...

..1099, 1128, 1159 Mr. Banks.....

...783, 831, 832, 833, 865, 866, 1099, 1107,

1127, 1128, 1129, 1159, 1160 Mr. Boutwell......

.1159 Mr. Boyer, 1017, 1018, 1128, 1130, 1159 Mr. Brooks......

1159 Mr. Burr

986 Mr. Butler, of Massachusetts........ 968,

1128, 1130 Mr. Cavanaugh .....

.831 Mr. Chanler...............831, 1012, 1103 Mr. Clarke, of Kansas..

.1105 Mr. Cook...

.1099 Mr. Cullom

.1159, 1973 Mr. Donnelly

.865, 866 Mr. Eldridge..

832, 1129 Mr. Farnsworth

...831 Mr. Haight

.1127 Mr. Harding...

783 Mr. Higby..867, 868, 967, 968, 1128, 1159 Mr. Hunter...

1098 Mr. Ingersoll

.833 Mr. Jenckes

.968, 1127, 1128, 1129, 1130, 1156 Mr. Judd.

.831, 865, 968, 986, 187, 1128, 1129, 1159 Mr. Logan...

....986 Mr. Maynard. .833, 1104, 1806 Mr. Morgan....

. 1127, 1129 Mr. Myers....

..869 Mr. Orth.........

.1098, 1099, 1101, 1102, 1103, 1104 Mr. Paine

1104 Mr. Pile .833, 868, 869, 1103, 1127 Mr. Pruyn... 987, 1107, 1130, 1131 Mr. Robinson.

.....1160 Mr. Spalding.

...831 Mr. Van Trump

.832, 1127 Mr. Ward.

.865, 866 Mr. Washburne, of Illinois.. ..783,

986, 1127, 1159 Mr. Wilson,,of Iowa...

867, 1127, 1129, 1159, 1160 Mr. Woodbridge

... 1130 Mr. Woodward

.... 866, 1017 bill (H. R. No. 611) concerning American

citizenship and the protection due to American, in foreign States--[By Mr.

Jenckes.) referred, 934. resolution in relation_to the rights of

adopted-[By Mr. Robinson, February

3, 1868. ] read and discussed, 945; referred, 949. resolution in relation to the rights of Ameri

can, abroad-[By Mr. Griswold, Feb

ruary 17, 1868.)
proposed, 1229; referred, 1420.
remarks by--

Mr. Baker.
Mr. Cullom....

..1420 Mr. Farnsworth.

..1229 Mr. Griswold.

.1229, 1420 Mr. Judd ..................

..1420 Mr. Kelsey

.....1420 Mr. Mullins.....

1420 Mr. Randall....

.1229, 1420 Mr. Washburne, of Illinois........... 1420 bill (H. R. No. 763) for the relief of Ameri

can, abroad—[By Mr. Starkweather.] read, 1243; passed, 1244. In Senate : received from House, 1232 ;

referred, 1256. bill (H. R. No. 768) concerning the rights

of American, in foreign States—[By Mr.

Banks. reported and recommitted, 1294; reported,

1797; discussed, 1797, 2030; called up, 2217; discussed, 2311; passed, 2318; passed Senate with amendments, 4474; agreed to, 4474; enrolled, 4485; ap

provod, 4498. In Senate : received from House, 2329;

referred, 2329; reported, 3382; amended, 3504; motion to make special order, 3818; made special order, 3901, 8986,

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