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Entered according to Act of Congress, in the year 1868, by

F. & J. Rives & Geo. A. BAILEY, In the Clerk's office of the Supreme Court of the District of Columbia.

WITNESSES.

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Name.
Blodgett, Foster...........
Burleigh, Walter A............
Chandler, William E..........
Chew, Robert S. ..................
Clephane, James 0............
Creecy, Charles E..........................
Dear, Joseph A...............
Emory, William H. ..........
Ferry, Thomas W....
Hudson, William N.........
Jones, J. W.............
Karsner, George W...............
McDonald, William J..................
McEwen, Daniel C..
Moore, William G................
Moorhead, James K. ......
Sheridan, James B. ......
Smith, Francis H...
Stark, Everett D.............
Tinker, Charles A...........
Van Horn, Burt. ........................
Walbridge, L. L...
Wallace, George W.........................
Wilkeson, Samuel..............
Wood, H.....

FOR THE PROSECUTION.

Subject. '
............. Suspension from office ..................

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... Conversations with Thomas. ......
........... ... Drawing money from Treasury..............

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.... Form of commissions ....................................

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115
.............. .. President's speech, Aug. 18, 1866...............

................ 94, 97
........ Form of commission.........

...............54, 119
....... President's St. Louis speech..............

................. 113
....... ... Conversations with President; troops...

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.... .. ... Demand of War Office ................................................................................

.... President's Cleveland speech .......
................ Service of Senate resolution. ................................ .......................................

.... Conversations with Thomas............................
.............. ... Service of Senate resolutions .........

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............ ... President's Cleveland speech..

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............ ... Corrections President's speech, Aug. 18, 1866.............

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..Demand of War Office.........

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................ President's speech, Aug. 18, 1866..........

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..President's speech, Aug. 18, 1866...

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.President's Cleveland speech ..............

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... Telegrams..................

.............................. 39,.93, 96
.Demand of War Office. ....

.President's St. Louis speech .................
.....................Conversations with President; troops......
.....Conversations with Thomas......

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.... Interview with President ..........

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..............175, 182
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Armstrong, William W.......
Clarke, D. W. C....
Cox, Walter S.................
Knapp, George ............
Meigs, R. J....................
Merrick, Richard T.........
Moore, William G..............
Perrin, Edwin 0...............
Randall, Alexander W.
Seward, Frederick W .....
Sherman, William T..........
Thomas, Lorenzo....
Welles, Edgar T.
Welles, Gideon............
Zider, Henry F.............

..President's St. Louis speech.
... President's Cleveland speech........
..Nomination of Mr. Ewing.....
... Test case...
..... President's St. Louis speech ............

... Arrest of Thomas...........
.............. Case of Thomas; habeas corpus.

...Nomination of Mr. Ewing...................
.........Conversations with President..........

...Foster Blodgett's case..............

....... Practice in appointments....................
.................... Tender of War Office........................
.............. Appointment; acts; conversations..........

....Form of commission; troops...

......... Troops; Cabinet counsels. .........
............. ...President's St. Louis speech ............
For analysis of testimony, see Index: title, Witnesses.

.............. 166, 173

............... 204

............... 182
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..............235, 239

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........150, 168, 169
.............136, 147

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