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Dawes, Henry L., a Representative from Mas Dawes, Henry L., a Representative from Mas- Dawes, Henry L., a Representative from Massachuseits-Continued. sachusetts-Continued.

sachusetts- Continued. bills introduced by

remarks on the bill relating to cashiered remarks on the bill concerning prize cases in No. 1149-in addition to an act passed Army officers........

....... 133
Florida.......

....... 4051, 4052 March 26, 1804, entitled "An act in on the resolution to investigate the charges on the Missouri contested election (case addition to an aet for the punishment against tbe cónsul în Egypt.... 155

of Switzler vs. Auderson)............. 4130, of certain crimes against the United on the order of business.....

157,

4181, 4215 States.......... ......... 2750

291, 600, 1156, 1189, 1698, on the funding bill........ .. 4173, 4180 No. 1446—to relieve from legal and polit

1689, 3131, 4216, 4262, 4345 on the credentials of Representatives elect ical disabilities certain persons engaged on the bill in regard to the meeting of the from Alabama......

...4173, in the late rebellion ...

.4334
stockholders of the Union Pacific Rail-

4213, 4215, 4216, 4252 No. 1459—to relieve Nelson Tift, of Geor road Company... 210, 211, 212, 232, 233 on printing patent specificatious,4214, 4215

gia, from disabilities.......... .4499 on the correspondence relating to the re on the adinission of the South Carolina joint resolutions introduced by— moval of Secretary Stanton...... 240, 241 Representatives........

...... 4254 No. 126-changing the time of holding the on the New Mexico election case...... 291, on the admission of the Representatives annual meeting of the stockholders of

293, 294, 312, 1293

from Alabama.......... .4293, 4295 the Union Pacific Railroad Company, on the Missouri election (case of Birch on the bill to relieve Simeon Corley from vs. Van Horn)........ .........399, 401 political disabilities.....

.4334 No. 214–relative to Roderick R. Butler, on the Kentucky election (case of Symes on the bill to provide a government for a Representative-elect from the State of vs. Trimble)..

.........451, 452

the Territory of Wyoming .............4344 Tennessee

.1426 on the bill defining a quorum of the on the resolution for an investigation of No. 234-authorizing a settlement of the Supreme Court.........

.487

the disbursement of the contingent accounts of James C. Clapp, deceased, on the bill in relation to schools in the fund .......

.... 4425, 4426 1900 District of Columbia

........537 on the credentials of the members.elect resolations submitted by

on the censure of Hon. Fernando Wood, from Georgia.................... 4471, 4472 that George D. Blakey is not er titled to a

542,543 leave of absence granted to ......... 2233, 2399 seat as a Representative from the third on the supplementary reconstruction bill | Day's work, bill (H. R. No. 365) constituting district in Kentucky-[December 2, (H. R. No. 439)

........550, eight hours a, for all laborers, workmen, 1867]

.3

551, 579, 581, 582, 583 and mechanics employed by or on behalf that the oath of office be administered to on the Dubuque and Sioux City railroad of the Government of the United StatesJ. Ş. Golladay, and that he be admitted bill....

568, 569 [By Mr. Banks. ] to a seat from the third district in Ken. on the Kentucky election (case of John read and discussed, 334; passed, 336; passed

tucky-(December 2, 1867)..............3 Young Brown).........664, 665, 891, 892, Senate, 3466; enrolled, 3481; approved, that the Speaker pronounce the censure of

894, 895, 899, 900, 911, 912, 915, 3731. the House upon Fernando Wood, a

920 938, 940, 943, 944, 1109, 1161 In Senate ; received from House, 346; remember of the House from New York, (See Appendix.)

ferred, 358 ; discussed, 2802, 2803, 3424; for having characterized in debats á on the Kentucky election (case of McKee passed, 3429; enrolled, 8466. measure of the House as "a monstrosity, vs. Young)...... 664, 605, 690, 691, 2812 remarks by a measure the most infamous of the on drawing for seats... . 1084, 1085

Mr. Baker..............

334 many infamous acts of this infamous on the legislative appropriation bill... 1141, Mr. Banks.....

.334, 335, 336 Congress"-[January 15, 1868)......542

1255
Mr. Cary....

..335 that John Young Brown is not entitled to on the Kentucky election (case of Samuel

Mr. Cbanler........ take the oath as a Representative from E. Smith)... 1184, 1185, 1186, 1187 1188,

Mr. Judd...

1.................................... 335 the second district of Kentucky or to 1189, 1191, 1194, 1196, 1197, 1198, 1200 Mr. Kelley

.335 hold a seat as such Representative on the bill for the relief of Horace Smith

Mr. Myers..

..335 [January 21, 1868)........................654 and D. B. Wesson... ...... 1316, 1317

Mr. O'Neill...

...335 that Samuel E. Smith is not entitled to a on the Tennessee election (case of R. R.

Mr, Pike.......

334, 335, 330 seat as a Representative from the sec Butler).....1426, 1662, 1664, 1065, 1689,

Mr. Randall..

334, 335 ond district of Kentucky-[January 21, 1690, 1691, 1692, 1993, 1707, 1708, Mr. Spalding...

...334 .664

1709, 1710, 1711, 3197, 3198, 3199 Mr, Washburne, of Mlinois...... 335, 336 that the Speaker be directed to notify the on the articles of impeachment........1661 bill (H. R. No. 103) constituting eight hours Governor of Kentucky that & vacancy on the bill for the relief of the heirs of

å, for all laborers, workmen, and me. exists in the representation in this House

General Duncan L. Clinch... 1707, 1904 chanics employed by or on behalf of from the second district of Kentucky

on the bill prescribing an oath of office in the Government of the United States[January 21, 1868]..............

....664

certain cases...... 1693, 1707, 1708, 1711 [By Mr. Banks. ] extending the time for taking testimony

on the joint resolution concerning cap In Senate : committee discharged, 4197. in the contested election case from New

tured property

......... 1765 | Deaf and Dumb, bill (H. R. No. 541) making Mexico-[February 20, 1868]..... 1293 instructing select committee on the charges on the bill to exempt certain manufactures

an appropriation for the service of the from tax... .........1796, 2102, 2103, 2106 Columbia Institution for the Instruction against Hon. Ignatius Donnelly; also to

on the report on the cancellation and de. of the, and establisbing additional regula. inquire with regard to certain allegations

struction of United States bonds... 1853 tions for the government of the institu. made by Mr. Brooks--[May 5, 1868],

on questions relating to the impeachment, tion-[By Mr. Spalding. ]

2362 calling for the report of Brevet Brigadier

1633, 1868, 1869, 2175, 2176 referred, 779; reported, 1040; minority re

on the bill for the relief of W. W. Holden ported, 2400; called up, 3886; discussed, General James F. Rusling, inspector

and others................. 1908, 1909, 1931 4055 ; report, 4056 ; discussed, 4042, in quartermaster's department, to the on the bill to admit Alabama to repre. 4081 ; passed, 4082; passed Senate with Quartermaster General, for the year eading the 30th of June, 1867—[June

sentation in Congress......... 2212, 2213 amendments, 4302; referred, 4341 ; re.

on the bill providing for the expenses of ported, 4372; discussed, 4372; conference, .... 2872

..2309 in relation to charges of disloyalty made the impeachment trial...

4382, 4383; conference report, 4489 ; by Hon. John F. Benjamin against the

on the bill concerning the rights of Ameri. agreed to by Senate, 4489; by House, contestant for a seat in the case of

can citizens abroad.

...... 2313, 4489; enrolled, 4495 ; approved, 4500. Switzler vs. Anderson-[July 18, 1868],

2314, 2315, 2017 In Senate : received from House, 4080; re

on the bill to amend the bankrupt act, ferred, 4092; reported, 4146; passed with allowing time to the sitting member to 4216

2325, 2326, 2328 amendments and title amended, 4270, on the Donnelly and Washburne contro. 4271; agreed to by House with amend

versy, 2356, 2357, 2358, 2359, 2360, 2361 ments, 4352; conference, 4352, 4353, 4365; .4215 on the Brooks and Butler controversy, conference report, 4453 ; concurred in by .291, 664,

2362, 2363, 2364 Senate, 4458 ; by House, 4464; enrolled, 891, 1293, 1662, 1693, 2872, 4007,

4501.
on the Ohio election (case of Delano vs.
, ,

Morgan)..........

.2788, remarks by..2, 56, 157,

4059 2804, 2806, 2807, 2808, 2809 Mr. Benjamin.. 232, 543, 920, 1068, 1200, 1293, on the tax bill (H. R. No. 1060).....2877,

Mr. Delano ................................ 4059 1633, 1711, 3761, 3764, 4014, 4499

4059 2878, 2879, 2887, 2911, 2990, 3112

Mr. Logan. .... 55, 70, 97, 505,

..4374 517, 891, 1161, 1184, 1198, 1319,

Mr. Maynard
on the bill for the relief of the heirs of
Thomas W. Harvey... ..... 3296

Mr. Mullins
3171

4341 on the river and harbor bill....

Mr. Scofield 2668, 4002, 4080,4083, 4186, 4215,

Mr. Spalding

3586, 4056, on the tax bill (H. R. No. 1284)...... 3171 4216, 4252, 4334, 4382, 4476, 4500 on the bill relative to contested elections

4060, 4061, 4081, 4082, 4341, in Washington city .....

..3173

4372, 4373, 4374, 4875, 4489 on the civil appropriation bill...........3848 Mr. Stevens, of Pennsylvania ...... 4056, on the Electoral College bill.............3976

4059, 4082, 4872, 4374

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remarks on the Kentucky election

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Deaf and Dumb, bill (H. R. No. 541)--Con- | Deficiencies, bill (H. R. No. 318)--Continued. Deficiencies Continued.
tinued.
remarks by-

bill (H. R. No. 1117) to supply partial, in "remarks by~

Mr. Randall....

315, 316 the appropriations for the service of the Mr. Washburne, of Illinois, 4056, 4058,

Mr. Robinson

.....316

fiscal year ending on the 30th of June, 4059, 4060, 4061, 4081, 4082,

Mr. Ross ....

315, 316

1868--[By Mr. Washburne, of Illinois. 4341, 4372, 4873, 4374, 4376 Mr. Spalding......

..215

discussed, 2572; passed, 2578 ; passed
Mr. Welker......... 4059, 4373, 4374
Mr. Stevens, of Pennsylvania ..........506

Senate with amendments, 2810; referred,
Mr. Wilson, of lowa....... ..3886
Mr. Washburne, of Ilinois............ 215,

2812; reported and concurred in with yeas and nays on the...

.4061,

216, 309, 312, 315, 316, 506 amendment, 2828 ; agreed to by Senate,
4081, 4082, 4375
yeas and nays on the..........

....316

2876; enrolled, 2910; approved, 3937. directors of the Columbia Institution, ap

In House : received from House, 2566; bill (H. R. No. 320) making appropriations pointed........ .4500

referred, 2569; reported, 2727; dis

to supply, in the appropriations for the De Costa, Francisco V., bill (H. R. No. 322) execution of the reconstruction laws,

cussed, 2770 ; passed with amendments, for the relief of, of Kingston, Minpesota

and for the service of the quarter

2772; concurred in by House, with an [By Mr. Donnelly:] master's department of the Government

amendment, 2857; concurred in by Senreferred, 267.

for the fiscal year ending June 30, 1868–

ate, 2860 ; enrolled, 2901. Deeds, bill (H. R. No. 287) in reference to ac [By Mr. Butler, of Massachusetts.]

remarks by

Mr. Blaine.... knowledgment of, and other instruments

..2573 reported and printed, 260; discussed, 287,

Mr. Brooks... in the District of Columbia--[By Mr.

.2672, 2573 290; passed, 291; passed Senate with Koontz.)

Mr. Maynard amendment, 582; referred, 589; re

... 2572, 2573 Mr. Schenck....

..2573 referred, 208.

ported, 673; called up, 687; discussed, bill (H. R. No. 233) to provide for the record

Mr. Stevens, of Pennsylvania, 2812,2828 688; Senate amendment non-concurred

Mr. Washburne, of Illinois...2572, 2573 of, in the clerk's office of district and in, 690; Senate insists, 735, 806; con

bíll (H. R. No. 1341) to supply, in the approcircuit courts, United States-[By Mr. ference, 783; report, 836; agreed to by Washburne, of Illinois.] Senate, 836 ; agreed to by House, 836 ;

priations for the fiscal year ending the

30th of June, 1868–[By Mr. Stevens, referred, 90. enrolled, 838.

of Pennsylvania.) bill (H. R. No. 6) further to provide for the In Senate : received from House and re.

reported, 3590; discussed, 3725, 8730,3781, acknowledgment of, in the District of ferred, 299; reported, 434; called up, Columbia--(By Mr. Woodbridge.)

3938 ; passed, 3989; passed Senate with 537; discussed, 561 ; passed with amend.

amendments, 4216 ; conference, 4259, reported adversely, 3616. ments, 565 ; disagreed to by House with

4293 ; conference report, 4307 ; agreed Defaulting States, joint resolution (8. R. No. amendments, 678; referred, 703; re. to by Senate, 4807; by House, 4307; 94) directing the Secretary of the Treas ported, 721; House amendments dis

enrolled, 4334; approved, 4477. ury, whenever any State shall have been agreed to, 722; conference, 789 ; report, In Senate: amendment proposed, 3767; in default for the payment of interest or 818; concurred in by Senate, 818; en:

received from House, 8956; referred, principal or investments in its stocks held rolled, 818.

3982; amendment submitted, 4024,4070; by the United States in trust, to retain remarks by

reported, 4070; discussed, 4149, 4151, moneys due to such State from the United Mr. Anderson...

4161; passed with amendments, 4172; States.

Mr. Baker

688

conference, 4238; conference report, received from Senate, 3694; discussed, 4475; Mr. Banks......

..291

4281; concurred in by Senate, 4282; by referred, 4476.

Mr. Boyer

..287

House, 4812; enrolled, 4812. Deficiencies, bill (H. R. No. 309) making ap

Mr. Bromwell.......................

688, 689

remarks bypropriations to supply, in the appropria

Mr. Brooks .....

.288

Mr. Benjamin ......3729, 3730, 3731, 3939 tions for the service of the Government Mr. Butler, of Massachusetts... 260, 287, Mr. Blaine......... 3725, 3726, 3729, 3731 for the fiscal year ending the 30th of June,

288, 289, 290, 291, 589,

Mr. Brooks 1868-[By Mr. Stevens, of Pennsylvania.]

673, 687, 688, 689, 690
Mr. Coburn..

..3726 reported and printed, 210; discussed, 213; Mr. Farnsworth

......288
Mr. Delano......

3727, 3728
tabled, and bill (H. R. No. 313) substi-
Mr. Garfield.....

4307 .291, 836

Mr. Eggleston.... tuted, 215.

Mr. Getz.......

.289

Mr. Ela.....

Mr. Higby remarks by

.288

..3727

Mr. Farnsworth
Mr. Benjamin

.215
Mr. Kerr

Mr. Garfield......

.8729, 3780, 3939 Mr. Brooks......... .210, 213, 214 Mr. Lawrence, of Ohio........ 288, 290

Mr. Getz
.215
Mr. Julian........

Mr. Maynard .........
..688,689

,,3726

Mr. Higby,
Mr. Maynard...... ..213, 214, 215
Mr. Miller ........

8726
......689

Mr. Hopkins... Mr. Mungen......

Mr. Mungen ..............................215

.....260

Mr. Hubbard, of West Va...3726, 3727 Mr. Nicholson................

.215

Mr. Phelps...... .287, 388, 836 Mr. Ingersoll, 3727,3728,3729,3730,3731
Mr. Pile.........

215
Mr. Pike

.260
Mr. Kelsey.....

...3726, 3728, 3938 Mr. Randall.

214
Mr. Randall

260, 289 Mr. Lawrence, of Ohio.........3729, 3938 Mr. Spalding

Mr. Ross.....................
214, 215
288, 689

...3731

Mr. Loughridge Mr. Sievens, of Pennsylvania... ..210,

Mr. Spalding.........

......688
Mr. Maynard

3727, 3728,
213, 214, 216 Mr. Stevens, of Pennsylvania...506, 688

8729, 3730, 8731, 3938, 3939, 4259 Mr. Washburne, of Illinois....... 210, Mr. Washburne, of Illinois..... 288, 289,

Mr. Miller. 213, 214, 215

290, 291, 673, 688, 689, 783, 836 Mr. Mullins........ 3729, 3730, 8731, 3938

Mr. Wood.....

215 Mr. Wilson, of Iowa.........

.. 289, 290

.3728

Mr. Phelps 214, 215 yeas and nays on the............ yeas and nays on the.........

.3726 ..291

Mr. Pike bill (H. R. No. 313) making partial approbill (H. R. No. 1045) making appropriations

Mr. Poland. priations for, in the appropriations for to supply, in appropriations for the exe

.4259

Mr. Pomeroy.. the service of the Government for the cution of the reconstruction laws in the

Mr. Randall. fiscal year ending 80th June, 1868–[By third military district for the fiscal year Mr. Spalding...... Mr. Washburne, of Hlinois.] ending the 30th of June, 1868–[By Mr.

Mr. Stevens,

of Pennsylvania,3726.3727, substituted for bill (H. R. No. 309,). 215; Washburne, of Illinois.)

3728, 8729, 3780, 8731, 3938, 3939 passed, 216 ; passed Senate with amend reported, 2400; discussed, 2411; passed,

Mr. Washburne, of Illinois...3726, 3727, ments, 309; discussed, 315; non-con 2412; passed Senate, 2532; enrolled,

3728, 3729, 3780, 3731,

4308 curred in, 316; recalled from Senate

3939, 4259, 4307, 2535; not returned, become a law, 2776. and recommitted, 506; motion to recon In Senate : received from House and re

Mr. Washburn, of Indiana ...3726, 3731 ferred, 2417; reported, 2435; passed, Delano, Columbus, resolution that

, is entitled

yeas and nays on the...... In Senate : received from House, 220; 2509; enrolled, 2518. referred, 220; reported, 271; discussed, remarks by~

to a seat in the Fortieth Congress from 271; passed with amendments, 271.

Mr. Brooks....

the thirteenth congressional district of 2411, 2412

Ohio [By Mr. Scofield, May 25, 1868.) remarks bym

Mr. Eldridge

2411, 2412 Mr. Archer

reported, 2571 ; notice, 2676; discussed,
216
Mr. Holman

.2411

2778, 2776, 2804; adopted,' 2809; Mr. Mr. Bingham....

.316

Mr. Washburne, of Illinois.... 2400, Delano sworn in, 2810. Mr. Brooks ..216

2411,

2412 Delano, Columbus, 'a Representative from Mr. Chanler

.....315
yeas and naye on the......................2412

..2810 Mr. Eldridge.

,216, 315

bill (8. No. 170) to provide for, of expenses (See Contested Election.) Mr. Farnsworth .........

.315 incurred in the survey of Indian reser bill introduced by-Mr. Holman........

.309, 315
vations.

No. 1869–-to provide for the payment of
Mr. Julian..
..809 received from Senate, 2533; referred,

certain demands for stores and articles Mr. Maynard...... 312, 315, 316 2544; reported and discussed, 3097 used by the engineer department of the Mr. Mungen......... .316 recommitted, 8100.

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referred, 780; reported, 3201 ; discussed, | Devers, Aaron, bill (H. R. No. 505) granting

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Delano, Columbus, a Representative from | Deposits, bill (H. R. No. 450) to regulate, of Dickey, Mrs. Christiana, bill (H. R. No. 1111)
partial :
Obio-Continued.

the public moneys—[By Mr. Randall.] granting a pension to--[By Mr. Koontz.] errice of the resolution submitted by

referred, 571; reported, 803; discussed, 803; referred, 2569; reporied and tabled, 3890. th of J . in reference to the treaty-making power passed, 805.

Dickins, Asbury, bill (S. No. 408) for the of Illinos (June 30, 1868]...

3616 In Senate: received from House, 818; re benefit of the beirs of, deceased. motions made by..

...4002, 4492

ferred, 845; reported adversely, 1230. received from Senate, 1869; referred, 2029. incidental remarks by.

....3616, Deseret, bill (H. R. No. 203) for the admission Dickson, Thomas H., bill (H. R. No. 877) for 3760, 3763, 4001, 4469, 4491, 4494 of, into the Union-[By Mr. Hooper, of the relief of, late acting assistant pay. by fete remarks on the Obio election (case of Delano Utah.]

master United States Navy-[By Mr. us. Morgan).... 2809 referred, 6.

O'Neill.] e, (See Appendix.)

Desertion, joint resolution (H, R. No. 319) in referred, 1759, on the tax bill (6. R. No. 1060), 2851, 2852 regard to charges of, in cases of soldiers

Diehl, Israel S., joint resolution (S. R. No. 92) Dendrer on the bill to provide an American line of

honorably discharged from the service for the relief of. ocean steamers.. ....3082, 3033, 4391 [By Mr. Covode. ] d is by ge on the river and harbor bill... 3205, 3206,

received from Senate, 1107; passed, 1772; referred, 3614; reported and passed, 4215. enrolled, 1791. 3211, 3212, 3556, 3557, In Senate: received from House, 4210; re joint resolution (H. R. No. 202) to reimburse,

3560, 3562, 3563, 3564 ferred, 4210. on the joint resolution in regard to mail

for money deposited in the Treasury on remarks byservice in Dakota Territory, 3312, 3313

account of duty on imported animalsMr. Allison ...... on the tax bill (H. R. No. 1284), 3529, 4089

.259, 260

[By Mr. Schenck.] Mr. Baker...

283
on the deficiency bill (H. R. No. 1341),

reported, 1116.
Mr. Benjamin.
3727, 3728

.257, 258, 283 || Disabilities, bill (H. R. No. 592) to remove the Mr. Boyer....

.283 on the civil appropriation bill.. ..3849

political, from Luke Blackmer, of SalisMr. Bromwell..

..258 on the bill for the relief of the iron-clad

bury, South Carolina--[By Mr. Lynch.) Mr. Garfield, 257, 258, 259, 260, 283, 285 contractors...3940, 3941, 4413, 4415

referred, 838. Mr. Hawkins.....

284 on the purchase of Alaska........4054, 4392

bill (S. No. 246) to remove political, from (See Appendix.)

Mr. Logan....

.258, 259, 285 Mr. Mungen...

Robert M. Patton, of Alabama. on the bill making appropriations for the

.. 285

referred, 978.
Mr. Pile.......
Columbia Deaf and Dumb Institution,

.283, 284, 285, 286 bill (H. R. No. 778) to relieve William W. Mr. Schenck...

.260, 285 4059

Holden and others from—[By Mr. on the funding bill.......

Mr. Washburn, of Indiana ...... ...4179

.258,

Bingham.) on the Western Pacific railroad bill...4483

283, 285 reported and recommitted, 1298; reported, on the bill to establish a collection district

Des Moines and Rock Island rapids, bill (H. 1906; discussed, 1906, 1927; recomin Alaska....

R. No. 485) to aid the improvement of ..4487, 4488

mitted with instructions, 1934. on the Vallejo and Humboldt railroad

the, in the Mississippi river—[By Mr. remarks by-
bill, ....

.4492
Wilson, of Iowa.)

Mr. Ashley, of Ohio... 1907, 1932, 1933
De Leon, Mrs. R. L., bill (H. R. No. 1144)

referred, 637 ; substitute reported, 691 ; Mr. Beck......................... ...1907 for the relief of the heirs-at-law of, depassed, 692; passed Senate, 4216; ap

Mr. Bingham...

1298, 1906, ceased-[By Mr. Clever.] proved, 4256.

1907, 1908, 1909, 1927, 1928, 1929 referred, 2750. In Senate : received from House, 678; re

Mr. Blaine...

.1908 Denison, Charles, resolution authorizing Serferred, 699; reported, 4146 ; passed, 4160; Mr. Boutwell

..1928, 1930 geant-at-Arms to pay to the widow of, late enrolled, 4210.

Mr. Bromwell..

............1907, 1908, 1932 a member of this House, the amount of Desmond, Elizabeth, bill (H. R. No. 10581)

Mr. Covode...

. 1906, 1909 compensation due to July 4, 1867, and the for the relief of, of the county of Wash

Mr. Dawes...... 1908, 1909, 1931 funeral expenses of the deceased-[By 'ington, State of Maine, widow of Patrick

Mr. Driggs

1908 Mr. Randall, December 12, 1867.] Desmond-[By Mr. Pike.]

Mr. Eldridge..

.1906, 1907 agreed to, 155. referred, 2407.

Mr. Farnsworth

1906, Denning, Frederick, bill (H. R. No. 1168) Destitute, joint resolution (H. R. No. 171) for

1907, 1908, 1930, 1932, 1933, 1934 granting a pension to-[By Mr. Perham.] the relief of, persons in the South-[By

Mr. Garfield

1933 reported and passed, 2907; passed Senate, Mr. Eliot.)

Mr. Ingersoll

1927 4894; enrolled, 4434; approved, 4498. reported and passed, 664; passed Senate,

Mr. Kelley
In Senate: received from House, 2925; re.

1931 743 ; enrolled, 779; approved, 937.

Mr. Laflin .............. ferred, 2935; reported, 3814 ; passed,

1906 In Senate : received from House, 653; re

Mr. Logan........1928, 1929, 1980, 1931 Dent, Vantine & Co., bill (H. R. No. 1374)

ferred, 674; reported, 678 ; discussed, Mr. Maynard..... 1906, 1907, 1929, 1930 722 ; passed, 722; enrolled, 764.

Mr. Miller... for the relief of, for provisions furnished

1928, 1929, 1932 to the Indians of California during the bill (S. No. 270) for the temporary relief of

Mr. Mullins, 1906, 1908, 1929, 1931, 1933 the, in the District of Columbia.

Mr. Nicholson... years 1851 and 1852–[By Mr. Windom.]

1928, 1929 received from Senate, 694; referred, 970;

Mr. Price .......

1907, 1909

Mr. Randall......
Depositary, bill (H. R. No. 387) to fix the com:
reported and passed with amendment,

.1908, 1909 1421 ; disagreed to by Senate, 1460 ;

Mr. Ross...... pensation of the United States, at Chi

1907, 1934 House recedes, 1504 ; passed, 1504.

Mr. Schenck..... cago-[By Mr. Judd.]

1908, 1909, 1928, referred, 473; reported and passed, 4051 ; remarks by~

1929, 1930, 1931, 1932, 1933, 1934 Mr. Scofield....

1909 indefinitely postponed by Senate, 4175.

Mr. Burr.......

.1504
Mr. Shanks....

. 1907, 1972 In Senate : received from House, 4031; re

Mr. Ingersoll......
.................. 1421, 1504

Mr. Spalding ..

.1907, 1928 ferred, 4031; committee discharged and

Mr. Paine...

1504

Mr. Stevens, of Pennsylvania...... 1932 Mr. Washburne, of Illinois....... .1421

Mr. Taffe....

1927 Mr. Wood.........

.1421

Mr. Washburne, of Illinois, 1906, 1929 joint resolution (H. R. No. 183) for the re

Mr. Welker......

1906 lief of the famnishing people of Sweden

Mr. Williams, of Pennsylvania ....1908, and Norway–[By Mr. Harding.)

1928, 1933, 1934 referred, 780.

Mr. Wilson, of Iowa......

.1909 Mr. Wood.....

1907 a pension to, a soldier of

yeas and nays on the................... 1907 1812-[By Mr. Lawrence, of Ohio.]

biil (H. R, No. 834) for the relief of Hon. .3226 referred, 687.

George W. Bridges, & member of Deweese, John T., à Representative from

the Thirty-Seventh Congress--[By Mr. North Carolina....... ......3761, 3764

Harding.)
.3225
remarks on the bill for the removal of cer.

reported, 1503 ; .passed, 1504 ; passed Sen. ..3201, 3202 tain political disabilities...... 3851, 3852

ate, 4430; enrolled, 4479; approved, ... 3201, on the resolution for an adjournment to

4498. 3202, 3224, 3225, 3226

September......

4378, 4379

In Senate : received from House, 1497; .3202 Dickerson, James L., bill (H. R. No. 257) for

referred, 1498; reported, 4093 ; passed, .3224 the relief of-[By Mr. Hubbard, of West 4406 ; enrolled, 4451. 3225 Virginia.]

bill (H. R. No. 869) prescribing an oath of referred, 90, substitute reported, 783; passed, office to be taken by persons from whom .3224, 3225 734; passed Senate, 3336; enrolled, 3375;

legal, shall have been removed-[By .3225, 3226 approved, 3731.

Mr. Dawes.] ..3224 In Senate : received from House, 731; re reported as substitute for joint resolution

ferred, 764; reported, 1311; passed, 8316, (H. R. No. 214,) 1693; discussed, 1707; 3317; enrolled, 3359.

passed, 1708; passed Senate with amend

4363 ; enrolled, 4442.

reported 3853; called up, 3943.

bill indefinitely postponed, 4093.
Deposit Company, bill (H. R. No. 579) syp-

plemental to an act to incorporate the
National Safe, of Washington, in the Dis-
trict of Columbia, approved January 22,
1867—[By Mr. Ingersoll.]
3201, 3224; tabled, 3226.
remarks by-

Mr. Baldwin......
Mr. Boutwell.....3202, 3224, 3225, 3226
Mr. Broomall.....
Mr. Chanler
Mr. Garfield ..................."
Mr. Ingersoll........
Mr. Maynard....
Mr. O'Neill..
Mr. Pomeroy..
Mr. Pruyo.........3202, 3224, 3225, 3226
Mr. Randall........
Mr. Scofield ......... .......“,
Mr. Stewart..

Mr. Washburne, of Illinois...........8224
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INDEX TO OCXXXVIII

Disclosure-Continued. Disabilities, bill (II. R. No. 869)- Continued. || Disabilities, bill (H. R. No. 1212)-Continued. ments, 3761; concurred in with amend. remarks by

bill (S. No. 306) for the protection in certain

.3030 Mr. Farnsworth..

cases of persons making, as parties or ment, 3761; agreed to by Senate, 3793 ;

.3030

Mr. Garfield enrolled, 3809; approved, 4003.

testifying as witnesses.

3030 Mr. Maynard

received from Senate, 970; referred, 984; In Senate : received from House, 1719;

.8030

Mr. Miller. referred, 1744; reported, 3539; passed

reported and passed, 1984; enrolled, Mr. Mullins.. with amendments, 3733; agreed to by

..8030

1393. House with amendment, 8749; con

Mr. Paine.....

3029, 3030 | Distilled spirits, resolution concerning the tax curred in by Senate, 3749; enrolled, Mr. Stevens, of Pennsylvania.

on-[By Mr. Stevens, of Pennsylvania, 3770.

Mr. Washburne, of Illinois.. .3030 December 3, 1867.] bill (H. R. No. 870) to remove political, from bill (H. R. No. 1217) to relieve T. J. Mackey, adopted, 11.

Roderick R. Butler, of Tennessee-[By of South Carolina, of—[By Mr. Paine.] bill (H. R. No. 369) to prevent frauds in
Mr. Dawes.]
referred, 3090.

the collection of the tax on-[By Mr.

Schenck.]
bill (H. R. No. 1291) to provide for the re-
reported, 1708; discussed, 1708, 1711 ;

passed, 1711; passed Senate with amend' lief from, of certain persons who have reported, 364; discussed, 364; passed,
ment, 3089; discussed, 3197 ; concurred been engaged in rebellion-[By Mr. 366; passed Senate with amendment,
in, 3199; enrolled, 3202.
Coburn.]

422; concurred io, 422 ; enrolled, 433;
In Senate : received from House, 1719;
referred, 3363.

approved, 510. referred, 1744; reported, 1940; dis

bill (H. R. No. 1353) for the removal of In Senate : received from House, 346; cussed, 1977, 2192, 2218, 2221; recom. certain, from persons therein named

referred, 358; reported, '404; passed mitted, 2267; reported, 2329; called up, [By Mr. Paine. ]

with amendment, 404; concurred in by 2559;, discussed, 3058 ; passed with

reported and recommitted, 3724; reported, House, 405; enrolled, 434. amendment, 3060; agreed to by House,

3814; discussed, 3850; passed, 3852; resolution instructing Committee of Ways 3183 ; enrolled, 3183.

passed Senate with amendment, 4080; and Means to inquire into the expediency bill (H. R. No. 1059) to relieve certain citi

referred, 4080; reported, 4083; agreed of selling to the highest bidder the exzens of North Carolina of-[By Mr.

to, 4083; enrolled, 4131; approved, 4255. clusive privilege of manufacturing, in Farnsworth.]

In Senaie : received from House, 3857; the United States-[By Mr. Eggleston, reported, 2413; discussed, 2413 ; passed,

referred, 3857; passed with amendment, January 14, 1868.] 2415; passed Senate with amendments,

4041; agreed to by House, 4080; en referred, 506. 3223, 3224 ; referred, 3226 ; reported,

rolled, 4096; motion to recall, 4111.

resolution requesting Committee of Ways remarks by3229; conference, 3230, 3266 ; confer

and Means to devise some measure by Mr. Banks......

3851 ence report, 3297 ; agreed to by Senate,

which, of American manufacture may 3294; discussed,3297, 8299, 3865; agreed Mr. Boutwell.....3851, 3852, 4080, 4083

be exported under the laws-[By Mr.

.....4083

Mr. Brooks.......... to by House, 3368; enrolled, 3444; ap

Butler, of Massachusetts, January 21, proved, 3782. Mr. Butler, of Massachusetts, 3851,3852

1868. ] Mr. Cullom.... In Senate : received from House and re

agreed to, 662. Mr. Deweese...

.3851, 3852 ferred, 2488; reported, 2802 ; amend

Mr. Farnsworth .........3851, 3852, 4083

bill (H. R. No. 713) to provide for the exments reported, 3089, 3176 ; passed with

portation of, in bond-[By Mr. Hooper, Mr. Judd..

3851, 3852 amendments, 3183 ; conference, 3223 ;

of Massachusetts. ]

..3851

Mr. Lawrence, of Ohio........ conference report, 3264; concurred in

Mr. Maynard

referred, 1083.

3852 by Senate, 3255; concurred in by House,

Mr. Mullins ..

.3851, 3852 bill (H. R. No. 899) explanatory of an act 3359; enrolled, 3429. Mr. Paine........ .3724, 3851, 3852

entitled " An act to prevent frauds in remarks byyeas and nays on the....... .3852, 4083

the collection of the tax on," approved Mr. Arnell....

...3366 bill (H. R. No. 1446) to relieve from legal January 11, 1868-[By Mr. Chanler.] Mr. Beck .2415, 3297, 3298 and political, certain persons engaged

referred, 1769. Mr. Boyer

.2414

in the late rebellion-{By Mr. Dawes.] joint resolution (H. R. No. 262) authorizing Mr. Brooks...

.2413, 2414, reported and passed, 4334 ; passed Senate certain, to be turned over to the Sur3230, 3299, 3300, 3307, 3365, 3366 with amendments, 4476 ; conference,

geon General for the use of Army hosMr. Broomall

... 3307,

4477, 4485, 4489; conference report, pitals--[By Mr. Schenck.} 3308, 3365, 3866, 3367 4491; agreed to by Senate, 4491 ; by reported, 2420; passed, 2420 ; passed Mr. Butler, of Massachusetts.... 3305

House, 4491; enrolled, 4493; approved, Senate, 3336; enrolled, 3375; approved,
Mr. Chanler

.2413
4498.

8731. Mr. Coburn.....

.3301 In Senate : received from House, 4321; In Senate : received from House, 2433 ; Mr. Covode...

.8367

referred, 4328; discussed, 4405, 4406 ; referred, 2440; reported, 2958; paused, Mr. Eldridge....

.2413,

passed, 4448; conference, 4451, 4453 ; 8814; enrolled, 3339. 8298, 3307, 3308, 3366 conference report concurred in by resolution instructing the Committee of Mr. Farnsworth. .. 2413, 2414, 2415, House, 4462; enrolled, 4462.

Ways and Means to inquire into the ex. 3229, 3230, 3297, 3298, bill (H. R. No. 1459) to relieve Nelson Tift,

pediency of bringing in a bill to collect
8299, 3300, 3301, 3305, of Georgia, from-[By Mr. Dawes.]

the revenue on, on the principle of tax-
8306, 3307, 3367, 3368 read and passed, 4499; passed Senate,
Mr. Garfield

ing the capacity of the still-{By Mr.
3307
Mr. Harding.....
4500 ; enrolled, 4500; approved, 4499.

Stevens,of Pennsylvania, June 17, 1868.]
.2414, 3307, 3308 In Senate : received from House, 4317; referred, 3223.
Mr. Loan

3366

passed, 4517; enrolled, 4517.
.3365 || Disability, bill (H. R. No. 872) to remove

District of Columbia, Committee for the.
Mr. Lynch..

instructions to.......
3300 political, from John Young Brown-[By
Mr. Maynard.

.3300
Mr. Mungen.]

reports from.....107, 131. 229,668, 830, 1421,
Mr. Mullins... .8298, 3299, 3300

2162, 2163, 3060, 3061, 3062, 3201, 4429
referred, 1716.
Mr. Mungen
....3298 | Discharges, bill (H. R. No. 260) to furnish

adverse reports from......
Mr. Niblack
.2415

bill (H. R. No. 206) to establish a system
certain soldiers and sailors therein desig.
Mr. Paine.........3226, 3301, 3306, 3367 nated with honorable-[By Mr. Dodge.]

of common schools for the-[By Mr.
Mr. Robinson. ..2413, 2414, 2415

Stevens, of Pennsylvania.]
referred, 90; reported and tabled, 257; new
Mr. Scofield
..3365

referred, 11.
Mr. Shellabarger .....

bill (H. R. No. 319) substituted, 257.
.3306

joint resolution (H. R. No. 101) declaratory
bill (H. R. No. 125) to provide for the grant-
Mr. Spalding...
.2414

of an act entitled " An act relating to
Mr. Stokes.............

ing of honorable, to certain soldiers and ..3298

the public schools of the," approved Mr. Ward..

sailors of the Army and Navy-[By
.3301, 3866, 3367

July 23, 1866–[By. Mr. Eliot.]
Mr. Schenck.]
Mr. Washburne, of Illinois..........
.3229

referred, 51.
Mr. Welker......

reported and tabled, 257; new bill (H. R.
3307

joint resolution (H. R. No. 108) extending
Mr. Williams, of Pennsylvania ...... 3366
No. 319) substituted, 257.

the privileges of the libraries to the
bill (H, R. No. 319) to furnish honorable,
Mr. Woodward.....
..2415

justices of the supreme court of the-
to certain soldiers and sailors, and to
yeas and nays on the... ...2415, 3307, 3268

[By Mr. Welker. ] bill (H. R. No. 1137) to relieve certain citi.

repeal section twenty-one of an act to

referred, 89. zens of Mississippi of-[By Mr. Paine.]

provide for enrolling and calling out

bill (H. R. No. 232) to incorporate the
referred, 2750.
the national forces, approved March 3,

Georgetown and Washington Canal and

1865—[By Mr. Garfield.) bill (H. R. No. 1212) for the relief of cer

Sewer Company-[By Mr. Ingersoll.]
reported, 257; discussed, 257, 283.
tain citizens of "Arkansas of—[By Mr. | Disclosure, bill (H. R. No. 371) for the pro-

referred, 89; reported and recommitted,
Paine.]

668.
reported, 8029 ; passed, 3030.
tection in certain cases of persons making,

bill (H. R. No. 248) to grant land for the
as defendants or testifying as witnesses-
In Şenate : received from House, 2998;

aid of common schools in the--[By Mr.
[By Mr. Wilson, of Iowa.]
referred, 3023.

Loughridge.]
referred, 416.

referred, 90 ; reported adversely, 2812.

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District of Columbia-Continued.
bill (S. No. 143) to provide for the changing

of names of persons in the.
reported and passed with amendment,
107; agreed to by Senate with amend.
ment, 134; with new title, 134; agreed

to by House, 162; enrolled, 195.
bill (H. R. No. 161) to incorporate the con-

gregation of First Presbyterian church

of Washington-[By Mr. Moorhead.]
reported and passed, 131; passed Senate,

309; enrolled, 315.
In Senate : received from House, 150 ;
referred, 151; reported and passed, 296 ;

enrolled, 309.
bill (H. R. No. 285) regulating writs of

error and appeals from the supreme

court of the-[By Mr. Poland. ]
referred, 208.
bill (H. R. No. 287) in reference to ac-

knowledgment of deeds and other instru.

ments in the-[By Mr. Koontz.]
referred, 208.
bill (H. R. No. 288) to provide for the

appointment of a marshal for the-[By

Mr. Lawrence, of Ohio.]
referred, 208; reported, 669 ; discussed,

669, 671; tabled, 673.
bill (H. R. No. 290) in relation to public

schools in the cities of Washington and
Georgetown, in the, and amendatory
of existing laws in relation thereto-

[By Mr. Welker.]
referred, 208.
joint resolution (H. R. No. 128) to construe

the provisions of certain acts which
require the authorities of the, to pay
any part of the Metropolitan police-

[By Mr. Ingersoll.]
referred, 229.
bill (H. R. No. 190) to provide for juries in

certain cases in the-[By Mr. Welker.]
reported, 229.
bill (H. R. No. 105) to regulate the selec-

tion of juries for the several courts of

the--[By Mr. Ingersoll.]
In Senate: indefinitely postponed, 242.
bill (H. R. No. 143) to regulate the selec.

tion of officers in the city of Washing.
ton-[By Mr. Ingersoll.]
In Senate : reported, 242; motion to take
bill (S. No. 39) to provide means for the

prosecution of the work on the dis.
tributing reservoir of the Washington

aqueduct.
reported adversely, 282.
joint resolution (S. R. No. 80) in relation

to the erection of a jail in the.
received from Senate, 313; discussed,

362; passed, 363 ; enrolled, 388.
bill (H. Ř. No. 344) to incorporate the Wash-

ington Target-Shooting Association in

ther[By Mr. Ingersoll.]
referred, 331 ; reported and passed, 830 ;

passed Senate with amendment 3793;
disagreed to, 3888; conference, 3967;
conference report, 4004 ; agreed to by
House, 4004; by Senate, 4061; enrolled,
4173; 'approved, 4422.
In Senate : received from House, 818; re;
ferred, 845; reported, 2594; passed
with amendments, 3713, 3714; dis-
agreed to by House 3872; motion to
recede, 3872; conference, 3916, 3956 ;
conference report, 4025 ; concurred in

by House, 4024; by Senate, 4025; enbill (H. R. No. 345) to incorporate the

Farmers' and Butchers' Company of

Georgetown—[By Mr. Ingersoll.] bill (H. R. No. 366) to incorporate the. Na

tional Hotel Company of Washington

city-[By Mr. Stone.)
referred, 340; reported, 3060; passed,

3061; passed Senate, 3793 ; enrolled,
3809; approved, 4004.
In Senate : received from House, 8053 ;
referred, 3058; reported and passed,

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District of Columbia-Continued.
bill (H. R. No. 374) to establish a system

of schools for the, which shall serve as
a model for similar institutions through-
out the Union-[By Mr. Stevens, of

Pennsylvania.]
reported, 443 ; substitute printed, 537.
bill (H. R. No. 414) to preserve the evidence

of marriages in the-[By Mr. Welker.]
referred, 474; reported, 2163.
bill (H. R. No. 418) to amend the charter

of the corporation of Washington and

Georgetown, in the-[By Mr. Ingersoll.]
referred, 474.
bill (H. R. No. 419) to provide for the ap-

pointment of a warden and physician
of the jail in the, and for a stenographer
of the supreme court thereof-[By Mr.

Ingersoll.]
referred, 475.
bill (H. R. No. 420) to incorporate the Con.

necticut Avenue and Park Railroad

Company in the-[By Mr. Ingersoll.]
referred, 475; reported and discussed,

2163; passed, 2388; passed Senate with
amendments, 3732; called up, 3881 ;
agreed to, 3888; enrolled, 3939; ap-

proved, 4004.
In Senate : received from House, 2417 ;

referred, 2417; reported, 2594 ; passed
with amendments, 3713; concurred in

by House, 3872; enrolled, 3904.
bill (H. R No. 427) to incorporate the Wash-

ington Benevolent Butchers' Associa

tion of the-[By Mr. Koontz. ]
referred, 475.
bill (H. R. No. 428) to repeal section three

of the act approved July 23, 1866, es-
tablishing a metropolitan board of police

for the-[By Mr. Ashley, of Obio.]
referred, 475; reported adversely and

tabled, 2162.
bill (H. R. No. 470) to authorize the build-

ing of a railroad from Washington city,
to connect with the Northern Central
railroad at or near the State line between
Pennsylvania and Maryland-[By Mr.

Thomas. ]
referred, 636; reported and recommitted,

984.
bill (H. R. No. 480) in relation to the pay

of grand and petit jurors in the-(By

Mr. Ingersoll.]
referred, 636; reported and passed, 2163 ;

indefinitely postponed by Senate, 4175.
In Senate : received from House, 2149 ;

referred, 2176 ; referred anew, 3213 ;
reported adversely and indefinitely post-

poned, 4093.
bill (H. R. No. 481) in 'relation to idiots,

lunatics, and habitual drunkards in the

[By Mr. Ingersoll.]
referred, 636.
bill (H. R. No. 482) to incorporate the Na-

tional Life Insurance Company of the
United States of America -[By Mr.

Ingersoll.]
referred, 636.
bill (H. R. No. 483) to incorporate the
Georgetown and Washington

Canal and
Sewerage Company-[By Mr.Ingersoll.]
"referred, 636.
bill (H. R. No. 484) to incorporate the

Metropolitan Fire and Marine Insur-
ance Company of Washington—[By Mr.

Ingersoll.)
referred, 636.
bill (S. No. 270) for the temporary relief of

the destitute people in the.
received from Senate, 694; referred, 970;

reported and passed with amendment,
1421 ; disagreed to by Senate, 1460;

House recedes, 1504 ; passed, 1504.
bill (H. R. No. 502) to incorporate the con-

gregation of First Presbyterian church

of Washington-[By Mr. Koontz. ] referred, 667, 668; reconsidered and

passed, 687 ; passed Senate, 3732; en

rolled, 3758; approved, 3809.
In Senate: received from House, 678 ; laid

aside, 699; passed, 3712; enrolled, 3748.

District of Columbia-Continued.
bill (H. R. No. 504) to regulate the sale of

hay and straw in the-[By Mr. Stone.]
referred, 687.
bill (H. R. No. 566) to incorporate the

Gretti Society of Washington-[By

Mr. Kelley. ] referred, 780; reported and passed, 2103.

In Senate : received from House, 2149. bill (H. R. No. 567) to incorporate the Swiss

Benevolent Society of Washington

[By Mr. Kelley. ] referred, 780. bill (H. R. No. 577) to incorporate the

Washington Coöperative Association in

the-[By Mr. Halsey. ] referred, 780. bill (H. R. No. 579) supplemental to an act

to incorporate the National Safe Deposit Company of Washington, approved Jan

uary 22, 1867—[By Mr. Ingersoll.] referred, 780; reported, 3201 ; discussed,

3201, 3224 ; tabled, 3226. bill (H. R. No. 580) in relation to the ap

pointment of notaries public in the, in

certain eases -[By Mr. Ingersoll.] referred, 780. bill (H. R. No. 624) to regulate the con

struction of private buildings in the city

of Washington-[By Mr. Welker.] referred, 934. bill (H. R. No. 654) in relation to weights

in the-[By Mr. Ingersoll.] referred, 935; reported, 2163. bill (H. R. No. 685) supplementary to an

act to incorporate the Newsboys'flome

[By Mr. Koontz.] referred, 1083. bill (H. R. No. 686) to incorporate the

Columbia Savings Institution—[By Mr.

Koontz.) referred, 1083. bill (H. R. No. 717) for the enforcement of

mechanics' liens on buiidings in the

[By Mr. Ingersoll.] referred, 1084. bill (H. R. No. 734) to incorporate the

Washington and Norfolk_Mail Steam

boat Company-[By Mr. Pike.] referred, 1216. bill (H. R. No. 750) to provide for jaries in

certain cases in the-[By Mr. Welker.] referred, 1217. bill (H. R. No. 784) to amend an act entitled

An act authorizing the construction of a jail in and for the," approved July

25, 1866–[By Mr. Covode.) reported and recommitted, 1319; motion

to reconsider, 1834 ; called up, 1513; discussed, 1535; report read, 1536; passed, 1540; passed Senate with amend.

ment, 2648; referred, 2712. In Senate: received from House, 1515;

referred, 1535; referred anew, 1622 ; reported, 2009; motion to take up, 2275; discussed, 2625; passed with

amendments, 2627. bill (H. R. No. 793) to incorporate the

Evening Star Newspaper Company,

[By Mr. Welker.] referred, 1418. bill (H. R. No. 809) to incorporate the

Washington Masonic Mutual Relief

Association of the-[By Mr. Wood.] referred, 1419. statement showing amounts appropriated for

local purposes in, during the fiscal years commencing July 1, 1860, and ending June 30, 1867...

1482 bill (H. R. No. 848) to incorporate Crowther

Institute in thé-[By Mr. Ingersoll.] · referred, 1631. bill (H. R. No. 859) appropriating money

in support of benevolent institutions and in aid of charities in the, for the fiscal year ending June 30, 1869-—[By

Mr. Spalding.) reported, 1638; minority report, 2400 ;

discussed, 8886.

up, 889.

rolled, 4151.

referred, 331.

8716; enrolled, 3770.

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