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SPEECHES, IMPORTANT STATE PAPERS, LAWS, ETC.

BY JOHN C. RIVES:

NEW SERIES..... VOL. XXVII.

CITY OF WASHINGTON:
PRINTED AT THE OFFICE OF JOHN C. RIVES.

1853.

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| Bayly, Thomas H., a Representative from Vir- || Brodhead, Richard- Continued.

Academy-see Naval Academy.

ginia..................................54 || remarks on the call for information of the

Beale, Robert, late Sergeant-at-Arms, proposition

Adams, Mr., the opinions of............128, 129

amount of United States stocks held in Europe,

to continue salary to, and remarks thereon,

310, 311

Adams, Stephen, a Senator from Mississippi..266,

271, 283, 293, 301, 303, 305

284, 296, 305 remarks on the proposition for extra compensa-

Bell, John, a Senator from Tennessee........169 tion to the Superintendent of Public Print-

resolutions by.............262, 301, 303, 307

remarks on the bill for erecting a railroad and

remarks in regard to the homestead policy, on

ing ..................................293

" telegraphic line to the Pacific.......221, 224

the Pacific railroad bill.................199

remarks on the alleged frauds of Alexander

Bell, Hiram, a Representative from Ohio-

remarks on the proposition for pay and mileage

Ramsay, on the Sioux Indians ....,296, 303

remarks in regard to the annexation of Cuba remarks on the call for information in regard to

to Mr. Yulee.....................281, 283

and Canada ........

remarks on the alleged frauds of Alexander

...............58 the duties on iron.....................304

Benjamin, Judah P., a Senator from the State of

Ramsay, on the Sioux Indians......297, 302

remarks on the proposition in regard to report-

Louisiana............... ..........243

remarks on the proposition for a reading clerk

ing and publishing the debates..........315

Bonds, United States, held abroad, call for the || Brooke, Walter, a Senator from Mississippi

to the Senate.....................307, 308 ||

- amount of, &c.... ..........309, 310 ||

Adjournment's over, proposition for.....299, 321

remarks in regard to the Tehuantepec grant..165

Adjournment sine die, proposition for....309, 323

remarks by Mr. Brodhead............310, 311 | Brown, Albert G., a Representative from Missin-

Agricultural interests, remarks concerning ....210

remarks by Mr. Seward..................311 sippi-

Annexation-see Cuba.

Books, proposition against the future purchase and remarks on the tariff......................55

· distribution of....................304, 306 | Butler, Andrew P., a Senator from South Caro-

Appropriations, list of, for the session......375

remarks concerning the purchase of copies of

Army of the United States, the condition and oper-

lina........224, 284, 294, 300, 301, 317, 323

ations of the ............

Bartlett and Gray's report on the Mexican remarks on the subject of a mail and a telegraphic

Arquillo, Santiago E., leave to withdraw the pa-|

boundary.............................312

line to California and Oregon.......177, 221

Borland, Solon, a Senator from Arkansas...247,
pers of...............................284

remarks on the resolution relative to coloniza-

Assay offices in California, bill to establish....47

291, 295, 296, 299, 300, 302, tion in North America...95, 96, 97, 131, 132

Atchison, David R., a Senator from Missouri, ap-

304, 309, 315, 316, 317, 321 remarks in regard to the purchase of coal for the

resolution by............................

pointed President pro tem. of the Senate...243

Japan expedition......................279

remarks in regard to the Tehuantepec grant..166 remarks concerning pay and mileage to Mr.
vote of thanks to ........................328

Atherton, Charles G., a Senator from New Hamp-

remarks on the proposition for per diem and

Yulee...........

shire...i.

mileage to Mr. Yulee..............281, 282 remarks on the alleged frauds of Alexander

.........243

remarks on the report of the Committee on Ramsay, on the Sioux Indians..298, 299, 303

• Frauds, Abuses, &c..............290, 291 remarks on the proposition for a reading clerk

Badger, George E., a Senator from North Caro-|| remarks on the proposition for extra compen-

ve ....................307, 308

lina........

...........243, 245, 271, "sation to the Superintendent of Public remarks concerning the printing of the report of
280, 284, 291, 292, 299, 300, 301, 304

Printing ............................293 the explorations in New Mexico by Bartlett

resolutions by......... ..........243,

remarks on the proposition for the purchase of and Gray..........:::

.............313

257, 284, 292, 302, 307, 309, 314, 323 copies of Ringgold's charts, &c.....306, 318 remarks on the proposition for purchasing a
remarks on the resolution of Mr. Cass relative remarks concerning the printing of Bartlett and machine for voting ....................321

to colonization in North America........176 Gray's report of the explorations of New remarks on the proposition for publishing the

personal explanation by..................246 Mexico..........................312, 314 debates in the Intelligencer.........324, 326

remarks on the proposition for pay and mileage remarks on the proposition for additional pay remarks concerning the Clayton-Bulwer treaty,

to Mr. Yulee..........................281

for publishing the debates..........315, 316

3 274, 275, 276

remarks on the proposition for extra compen remarks on the proposition for transacting Ex-

sation to the Superintendent of Public Print ecutive business with open doors....319, 320

ing.....

..........293, 294, 295 Boundary-see Mexican Boundary.

.

Cabell, Edward Carrington, a Representative from
remarks on the alleged frauds of Alexander Bounties, military land......................18 Florida-

Ramsay and others, on the Sioux tribe of In- | Bounty land act, the Mexican war........... .18 remarks in regard to completing the fortifications

dians.................................302 Brooks, James, a Representative from New York, at Tortugas and Key West..............47
Barnett, Margaret, leave to withdraw the papers

69, 83, 192, 194 || Calhoun, Mr., the opinions of...............96
of..................................279 || Bradbury, James W., a Senator from Maine Canada, remarks in the Senate in regard to the ac-
Barrere, Nelson, a Representative from Ohio...66 remarks on the bill to regulate the fees and costs quisition of............90, 97, 118, 156, 170
remarks concerning the Gardiner Claim and in the circuit and district courts of the United remarks in regard to see Colonization. . .

the prosecution of claims against the Govern States................................207 Canadas, remarks in the House of Representatives

ment, by members of Congress..........111 | Bright, Jesse D., a Senator from Indiana....245, on the acquisition of, by Mr. Bell........58
Bartlett and Gray, proposition authorizing the .... 299, 300, 301, 311, 312, 313, 317, 322 | Cape Fear river, Mr. Badger's defense in regard

purchase of copies of the explorations in New resolutions by......................321, 323 to the non-action of the Senate on a proposi-

Mexico, by......................309, 312 remarks on the proposition to give pay and tion for an appropriation for the improvement
Bayard, James A., a Senator from Delaware, 284, - mileage to Mr. Yulee .........280, 281, 283 of ................

305, 306, 307, 317 remarks on the proposition to give extra com remarks, by-
remarks on the proposition to give extra com pensation to the Superintendent of the Public Mr. Borland........................247
pensation to the Superintendent of Public Printing.................

............295

M r . Gwin..........................247

Printing..............................

.........295 | Brodhead, Richard, a Senator from Pennsylvania, Mr. Hamlin........................247

remarks on the proposition for the purchase of

ur.: 257, 282, 305, 323, 330 Capitol, concerning the extension of the, and the

* copies of Ringgold's charts.........317, 318 resolutions by.................257, 309, 310 11 reconstruction of the library....*......12

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..........205

Coal for the squadron in the Chinese dio and re- !

regard to, ang 2057 263, 266, 271, 280, 284

Capitol rooms, proposition to pay for repairing, 245 | Compensation, extra, to Superintendent of Public
Cartter, David K., a Representative from Ohio, 29 Printing and his clerks, remarks thereon, by proposition to contract with Mr. Rives for addi-
Cass, Lewis, a Senator from Michigan.......243 Mr. Dodge, of lowa........293, 294, 295 tional copies of the, and with the editors of
remarks on his resolution relative to colonization

Mr. Douglas........................294 | the Union and Intelligencer for the publication
in North America. ...........90, 96, 97, 98, Mr. Hamlin....................291, 292 of the revised..........

..........311, 314
100, 128, 129, 131, 133, 158, 173, 176

Mr. Stuart ......

......291, 292 Debt-see Texas Debt.
administered the oath to new Senators.....243 Congressional Globe and Appendix, proposition Delay of public business, remarks concerning..194
Census, the condition of the ....... .....19 for an additional subscription to the....309, || Dickins, Asbury, elected Secretary ..........283
Chapman, Charles, a Representative from Con-

311, 314 Diplomatic correspondence, concerning .......41,
necticut.......... ...............65, 66 Conrad, C. M., Secretary of War ............5

78, 250, 255, 291, 303
remarks on the Gardiner claim and the subject Contingent expenses of the Senate, Committee on District of Columbia, the affairs of the........22

of the prosecution of claims against the Gov the ..................................246 Committee on the........................245
ernment by members of Congress, &c...109 Contracts for coal-see Coal.

Dixon, Archibald, a Senator from Kentucky-
Charlton, Robert M., a Senator from Georgia Cooper, James, a Senator from Pennsylvania, 212 remarks on Mr. Cass's resolution, relative to
remarks against the principles of the homestead resolutions by ..........................256 colonization in North America. .....102, 125
bill..

remarks on the subject of a railroad- and tele Documents, proposition to continue the folding of,
Chase, Salmon P., a Senator from Ohio.....299, graphic line to the Pacific ..............183 by messengers........

..........307
300, 304, 306, 307, 321 remarks in regard to the contract for coal for Dodge, Augustus C., Senator from lowa....283,
resolutions by..............257, 262, 312, 319 the Japan expedition..............256, 279

292, 312, 327
remarks on the proposition for extra compensa remarks on the alleged frauds of Alexander remarks on the proposition for extra compen-

tion to the Superintendent of Public Printing Ramsay, on the Sioux Indians.....297, 302 sation to the Superintendent of Public Print-
and clerks........................

.............294, 295 | Corwin, Thomas, remarks concerning-see Frauds ing..........................293, 294, 295
remarks on the alleged fraud of Alexander Ram on the Treasury-Galphin Claim.

remarks in regard to the purchase of a machine
say and others, on the Sioux Indians....297, remarks by Mr. Stephens, of Georgia, in de for taking the yeas and nays............322

299, 303 fense of..............................217 remarks in favor of the principles of the home-
remarks on the proposition for the purchase of remarks by Mr. Barrere ........

.........111

stead bill.............................202
copies of Capiain Ringgold's charis......317 Courts, expenses of........ ......207, 208 remarks on the bill for the construction of a rail-
remarks on the proposition for transacting Ex Claims, against the Government, remarks concern road and telegraphic line from the Mississippi

ecutive business with open doors........319 ing the prosecution of, by members of Con valley to the Pacific ocean..............234
remarks on the proposition for publishing the gress, &c.-see Gardiner Claim.

Douglas, Stephen A., a Senator from Winois, 243,
debates in the National Intelligencer....323, Committee on............

.......245

292, 294, 309, 314, 323
326, 327, 329, 330 Clerk to the Committee on ...............257 remarks on the resolution of Mr. Cass relative
Coal interests, remarks in regard to the......210 Clay, Henry, opinions of..................147 to colonization in North America.......159,
Coal for the squadron in the Chinese seas or Japan | Clayton-Bulwer treaty, call upon the President in

160, 170, 174, 176
expedition, resolution in regard to, and re regard to, and debate thereon......245, 246, remarks on the proposition for pay and mileage
marks thereon in the Senate, by-

to M r . Yulee..........................280
Mr. Butler ...

....279
remarks, by-

remarks on the proposition for extra compensa-
Mr. Cooper ...................256, 279 Mr. Clayton ......245, 247, 258, 259, 266, tion to Superintendent of Public Printing, 294
Mr. Pearce.........................280

268, 269, 270, 271, 276 remarks on the proposition for a reading clerk
Coin and coinage, gold, in California, remarks in Mr. Douglas......256, 257, 258, 260, 267, in the Senate..........................308
the Senate concerning, by Mr. Gwin.....43

268, 269, 271, 274, 275, 276, 290 remarks concerning the Clayton-Bulwer trea-
Coinage bill...............................46

Mr. Mason .......263, 270, 271, 280, 290

ty.............250, 257, 58, 260 267 268.
remarks in the House of Representatives on the Mr. Butler...................274, 275, 276

269, 271, 274, 275, 276, 290
bill amendatory of the existing laws relative Mr. Everett......

......280, 284

Downer, Avery, leave to withdraw the papers
to the half dollar, the quarter dollar, the dime, Clayton, John M., a Senator from Delaware, 243, of ...................................307
and the half dime......................190

246, 266 Downs, Solomon W., a Senator from Louisiana,
remarks, by-
resolutions by..............245, 246, 284, 323

177
Mr. Dunham.......................190

remarks concerning the Clayton-Bulwer trea remarks in regard to the Tehuantepec grant,
Mr. Hall...........................190

..

138, 145
................ ........245, 247,
Colkins, E. P., withdrawal of the papers of..266

258, 259, 266, 268, 269, 270, 271, 276 Drafts, proposition for the withdrawal of certain,
Colonization in North America, remarks in the correction of an error in the publication of the from the files of the Senate.............316
Senate on the resolution of Mr. Cass relative speech of, (note). .....................279 || Dry-docks, naval, of the United States, proposi-

...........90, 118, 156, 170 | Clemens, Bryant & Co., leave to withdraw the tion for the purchase of copies of the work
remarks, by-

papers of.............................279 called ................................309
Mr. Badger..

...176 Clemens, Jeremiah, a Senator from Alabama || Dunham, Cyrus L., a Representative from Indi-
......95, 96, 97, 131, 132 remarks on the resolution of Mr. Cass relative ana-
Mr. Cass........

.90, 96, 97, 98, 100, to colonization in North America........156 remarks on the act amendatory of existing laws
128, 129, 131, 133, 158, 173, 176 Clerk, proposition for a reading, for the Senate, relative to the half dollar, the quarter dollar,
Mr. Clemens ......
....156

301, 305, 307 the dime, and the half dime ............190
Mr. Davis...........

..........133

Clerk to the Comınittee on Claims continued...257 Duties on iron, call for information in regard to,
Mr. Dawson...................133, 134
Clerks to Committees..... ......290, 310

304
Mr. Dixon.....................102, 125 Cleveland, Chauncey F., a Representative from
Mr. Douglas ...... 159, 160, 170, 174, 176 Connecticut ...........................34

Election of officers of the Senate ............283
Clingman, Thomas L., a Representative from
Mr. Gwin.........100, 130, 131, 132, 133
Mr. Hale.......97, 98, 100, 126, 131, 160 North Carolina........................199

Estimates..............................17,85

Evans, Josiah J., a Senator from South Carolina,
Mr. Houston........

remarks concerning the tariff. ..........31, 55
.....133, 176

243
Mr. Mallory...............130, 159, 160 Clinton, Thomas G., withdrawal of papers of, 322
Cuba, remarks in the House of Representatives on

Everett, Edward, a Senator from Massachusetts,
Mr. Mangum..............128, 131, 132

243, 266
Mr. Mason............100, 132, 134, 159 the subject of the annexation of, or the policy

remarks concerning the Clayton-Bulwer treaty,
of the Administration in regard to, by
Mr. Seward................125, 129, 131

280, 284
Mr. Shields................130, 132, 133 Mr. Bell.............................58
Mr. Soulé.................102, 103, 118 Mr. Giddings........................38

Executive proceedings of the Senate, proposition
Mr. Underwood ....

that the, shall be with open doors...312, 319
...............132, 177

Mr. Howard ...
Commanders-in-chief, their position in battle. .57

remarks, by-
Mr. Marshall, of California............71

Mr. Borland...

.........319, 320
Commerce, Committee on.......

remarks in regard to the acquisition of.....90,
..............245

Mr. Butler .......................
discharged from subjects .................312

118, 156, 170

...........319

Mr. Chase...
remarks in regard to
Commercial regulations, proposition for printing

see Colonization.

.............320

Mr. Phelps.........
certain..........
Custom-house at San Francisco, concerning Rod-

Exploration, of Africa, remarks concerning...231
Committee to wait on the President, and their re man's report on ..

......323

of the Red river-see Marcy, Caplain.
port........
............ 245, 326

Explorations, by Bartlett and Gray, in New Mex-
Committees, standing..............
select...

ico, proposition for purchase of copies of, 312
Davis, John, a Senator from Massachusetts
....................179, 323

,

remarks, by-
Committees, clerks to .................290, 310 remarks on the resolution of Mr. Cass relative

Mr. Borland ...................312, 314
Commutation claims, concerning.............18 to colonization in North America .......133

Mr. Butler..

.
Dawson, William C., a Senator from Georgia

.....................313
Compensation, extra-see Beale.

Mr. Hamlin........................313
Compensation, extra, to the Superintendent of remarks on the resolution of Mr. Cass relative

Mr. Houston..............312, 313, 314
Public Printing and his clerks. 284, 291, 292 to colonization in North America ...133, 134

Mr. Hunter...............312, 313, 314
remarks, by-
Debates of the Senate, propositions to pay the

Mr. Mason ....................313, 314
Mr. Badger................293, 294, 295 National Intelligencer for publishing the, 257,
Mr Bayard ....

Mr. Pearce.....................312, 314

321, 323
..295
Mr. Borland....
remarks, by-

F.
Mr. Bright ....................

....295

Mr. Chase........323, 326, 327, 329, 330 || Fees and costs in the circuit and district courts of
Mr. Brodhead ....................:

....293

Mr. Butler.....................324, 326 || the United States, remarks in the Senate on
Mr. Chase .....................294, 295 11

Mr. Weller............326, 327,328, 330 II the bill to regulate, by Mr. Bradbury....207

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................297, 302

Chase.

Fisher, Harriet F., withdrawal of papers of..266

H.
Fisheries, coast, concerning the.............212
Hale, John P., a Senator from New Hampshire,

James, Charles T., a Senator from Rhode Island,
Fisheries on the coasts of the British North Amer-

138, 139

256, 262
ican Provinces, proposition to print extra remarks in regard to the Tehuantepec grant, 160

resolutions by........ ........290, 304
copies of the........

...........266
remarks on Mr. Cass's resolution relative to col.

Jefferson's opinions and views..........124, 237
Finance, Committee on ....................245 onization in North America..........97, 98,

Johnson, Andrew, a Representative from Tennes-
Finances of Government, report on the.......85

100, 126, 131, 160
Financial statistics. ........

see.................................38, 218
Hall, Willard P., a Representative from Mis-
Fillmore, Mrs., death of, announced.........309

remarks in regard to frauds on the Treasury and
souri-

the Gardiner claim......
Fish, Hamilton, Senator from New York, 245, 284 remarks on the coinage bill ...............190

| Jones, J. Glancy, a Representative from Pennsyl-
resolution by............................279 Hamlin, William T., a Senator from Maine, 284,

vania........

.......35
Fitzpatrick, Benj., a Senator from Alabama..293

292, 296, 312, 315, 317, 319, 323
Forbes, B. B., leave to withdraw the papers of,

remarks on the subject of the tariff......29, 38
resolutions by.........291, 292, 309, 311, 319 | Jones. George W., a Representative from Tennes-
290
remarks in regard to the proposition for the im-

see......
Foreign policy of the Administration, remarks in

..........58, 195
provement of Cape Fear river...........247
the House of Representatives in regard to,

Jones, George W., a Senator from Iowa....243,
remarks on proposition for extra compensation

307, 309, 311
by Mr. Marshall.......................71 to Superintendent of Public Printing, 291, 292
Foreign Relations, Committee on............245

resolutions by....... .............245, 302

remarks concerning the printing the report of
Fortifications at Tortugas and Key West, remarks

Journal, correction of the...................245

the explorations in New Mexico by Bartlett
in the House of Representatives concerning

Judiciary, Committee on the................245

and Gray................
the completion of the, by Mr. Cabell.....47
remarks in regard to the reporting and publish-

K.
Frauds on the Treasury of the United States, re ing the debates....................315, 316
marks in the House of Representatives, on

Knipps, Daniel, withdrawal of the papers of...311
remarks on the proposition for purchasing John-
the bill to prevent, by-
son's machine for voting ...............322

L..
Mr. Johnson, of Tennessee ...........64 Harris, Isham G., a Representative from Ten-
Mr. Olds..........................

nessee..........

Lands—see Public Lands.

...........58
Mr. Stephens, of Georgia............217 Holland, Isaac, elected doorkeeper of the Senate,

Laws passed during the session-see Index to the
Frauds, Abuses, &c., Select Committee in the Sen-

283

Appendix.........................VII, XI
ate, on...............................279 Homesteads, remarks in the House of Represent-

Liberia, remarks in the Senate in regard to recog-
report of the Commillee, proposition to print, atives on the subject of granting, by Mr. New-

nizing the independence of, by Mr. Miller. 231
and remarks thereon..................290,

Library, of Congress-see Capitol.
ton....
296, 302, 310, 316, 323

........................181
remarks in the Senate in regard to the home-

Committee on the.................. .240
Frauds on the Sioux Indians, propositions in re-

stead policy, by-

|| Lieutenant General by brevet, remarks in the
lation to alleged, by Alexander Ramsay and

Mr. Adams......

House of Representatives on the bill to confer

.........199
others.......
............296, 302, 312 Mr. Charlton, of Georgia.............205

the title of, by
remarks, by-3

Mr. Skelton ....
Mr. Dodge, of lowa..................202
Mr. Adams ...............
Houses for the Vice President and Cabinet officers,

Mr. Smith, of Alabama..
Mr. Badger........................

the propriety of building, discussed.......22

Lindsay, William, withdrawal of papers of..245
Mr. Brodhead..................296, 303 Houston, George S., a Representative from Ala.

Louisiana-see Sugar interests.
Mr. Butler.............. ...298, 299, 303 bama.............2, 296, 299, 300, 301, 309

Louisiana, resolution of the Legislature of, concern-
Mr.
remarks in reply to Mr. Stephens, of Georgia, ||

ing the seat of Senator Benjamin........245
.................297, 299, 303
Mr. Cooper.......

.297, 302
concerning the causes of delay in the trans-

Lumber trade, remarks in regard to the......211
Mr. Hunter .......296, 297, 298, 302, 303 action of public business................194

M.
Mr. Mallory .......

....297, 303 Houston, Sam, a Senater from Texas.......243,
Mr. Pettit. .........
........299

279, 300, 309, 316, 322, 323 Mallory, Stephen R., a Senator from Florida,
Mr. Seward ...............296, 297, 298
resolutions by..............309, 312, 317, 319

296, 318
Mr. Toucey ..................
remarks on the bill to provide for the payment

remarks on the resolution of Mr. Cass relative
Mr. Walker ...............296, 297, 303 of the debts of Texas..... ........153

to colonization in North America.......130,
Fuller, Thomas J. D., a Representative from remarks on the resolution of Mr. Cass relative

159, 160, 296
Maine..............
:::..................197, 198
to colonization in North America...133, 176

remarks on the alleged frauds of Alexander
remarks on the bill establishing reciprocal irade

remarks on the proposition for per diem and Ramsay, on the Sioux Indians.....297, 303
with the British North American Colonies, mileage to Mr. Yulee....

...........282

remarks on the proposition for the purchase of
&c. ................

........229
remarks concerning the printing of the report of

copies of Captain Ringgold's charts.....318
G. .

the explorations in New Mexico by Barilett remarks on the proposition for purchasing John-

and Gray....................312, 313, 314 son's machine for voting ...............322
Galphin claim, remarks in the House of Repre remarks in regard to the purchase of Johnson's | Mangum, Willie P., a Senator from North Caro-
sentatives concerning the, by Mr. Stephens, machine for voting.....................321

lina-
of Georgia ............

.......217

Howard, Volney E., a Representative from Texas, remarks on the resolution of Mr. Cass relative to
Gardiner Claim, remarks in the House of Repre remarks on the duty of ihe United States to take colonization in North America..128, 131, 132
sentatives in regard to the, by-

possession of Cuba.................79, 218 | Manufacturing interests, remarks in regard to, 211
Mr. Barrere .......................

...111 Hunter, Robert M. T., a Senator from Virginia, Marcy, Captain R. B., proposition to print the
Mr. Chapman, of Connecticut........109

243, 290, 300, 301, 317 319, 330 report of, of the explorations of the Red
Mr. Johnson, of Tennessee.........

resolutions by...... .........304, 323, river.............................257. 262
Mr. Olds............. ..............67 remarks on the bill to provide for the payment

Marshall, Edward C., a Representative from Cal-
Georgiana, remarks in the House of Representa of the Texas debt.....

.........150

ifornia-
tives in reference to the seizure and confisca remarks on the alleged frauds of Alexander remarks on the conduct of the Administration in
tion of the, by the Spanish authorities, by Ramsay, on the Sioux Indians .........296, regard to Cuba and the foreign policy gener-
Mr. Smart .....................
...........40

297, 298, 302, 303 ally...................................71
Geyer, Henry S., a Senator from Missouri-

remarks concerning duties on iron.........304 Mason, James M., a Senator from Virginia. .245,
remarks on the subject of a telegraphic line and remarks concerning the purchase of copies of 246, 256, 257, 262, 266, 271, 284, 291, 296,
a railroad to the Pacific................186 Bartlett and Gray's report of the Mexican

299, 300, 301, 304, 307, 309, 311, 314, 316,
Giddings, Joshua R., a Representative from Ohio
boundary ....................312, 313, 314

317, 321, 322
remarks on the subject of the annexation of

resolution by ...........................256
Cuba .................................38

remarks in regard to the Tehuantepec grant, 134,
Goodenow, Robert, a Representative from Mas Inaugural ceremonies and address of the President
sachusetts .............................65 of the United States....................243

remarks on Mr. Cass's resolution in regard to
Grants of land for railroad purposes in the West, Index to the laws, public, see Index to the Ap colonization in North America. ........100,
remarks in the House on the policy of, by pendix ...............................NI

132, 134, 159
Mr. Sibley ...........................188 private, see Index to the Appendix..........XI . remarks on the proposition for pay and mileage
Gwin, William M ,a Senator from California. 212, !| Ingratitude, national........................57 to Mr. Yulee .........................280

304, 306, 309, 311, 314, 316, 319 | Indian affairs, the condition of the............18 remarks on the proposition for the purchase of
resolutions by.........284, 304, 305, 311, 317 | Indian Affairs, Committee on ...............245 copies of Ringgold's charts, &c.........306
remarks in regard to the gold coin in Califor the business before the...................257 remarks on the proposition for a reading clerk

........................43 11 instructions to the Committee on..........284 in the Senate .....................307, 308
remarks on the resolution in regard to coloniza proposition for a member of the, to investigate, remarks concerning the printing of the report of

tion in North America..100, 130, 131, 132, 133 during the recess, alleged frauds of Alexander the explorations in New Mexico by Bartlett
remarks concerning the proposition for the im Ramsay......

..............296

and Gray ......... ...........313, 314
provement of Cape Fear river...........247 | Indian annuities, call and other proceedings in re remarks on the proposition in regard to report-
personal explanation by, in regard to the report gard to......

.....257, 296, 302 ing and publishing the debates..........315
of the Committee on Frauds...
Indians, Sioux, frauds on-see Frauds. ,

remarks concerning the construction of the
remarks on the proposition for additional pay | Iron-see Duties.

Clayton-Bulwer treaty............263, 270,
for publishing the debates..............315 || Interior Department, annual report from the ...17

271, 280, 290
remarks on the proposition for the purchase of || call upon the....:..

.........257 | Maury, M. F., letters from, in regard to the route
copies of Ringgold's charts.........317, 318 || communication from the.............279, 290 to the Pacific, &c...... ...........236, 239

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