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Powell, Lizarns W., a Senator from Kentucky Printing, joint resolution (No. 29) authorizing the Provisional government-Continued.
Continued.

Secretary of the Treasury to transfer certain bill (S. No.200) providing for the establishment
remarks on emancipation resolution, 1298, 1374 balances of an appropriation for, of the sec of, in certain cases, 815, 843, 2651,3091,3138
remarks on the bill to abolish slavery in the Dis ond session of the Thirty-Sixth Congress to Public Buildings and Grounds, the Committee on,
trict of Columbia......1333, 1474, 1504, 1523 the sum appropriated for the first session of

9, 736
remarks on the arrest of General Stone... 1663, the Thirty-Sixth Congress..240, 377,386,506 instructions to

.110, 607
1666, 1669, 1687, 1737, 1738 bill (S. No. 154) in relation to, for the Govern bills reported from, 357,375,697,841, 1072, 1132
remarks on the resolution relating to arrests in ment..

............357
adverse reports from ....

. 1950
Kentucky..
..1732, 1805, 1806, bill (S. No. 340) amendatory of section eight of discharged from subjects........

... 1950
1855, 1856, 1872, 1873, 2083, 2084, 2113 joint resolution in relation to the public, ap Public creditors, bill (8. No. 212) to authorize the
remarks on the bill to punish treason......2173, proved June 23, 1860...........

.....2506

Secretary of the Treasury to issue certificates
2197, 2198, 2200, 2224 Private Land Claims, the Committee on ..........9 of indebtedness to .........945, 959, 994, 1037
remarks on the lax bill
.2316, bills reported from ......

.3334 bill (H. R. No. 403) to amend an act lo author-
2317, 2337, 2338, 2339, 2350, 2354, 2367, discharged from subjects...

1465 ize the Secretary of the Treasury to issue cer-
2368, 2378, 2379, 2427, 2446, 2457, 2462, bill (No. 114) authorizing floats to issue in satis tificates of indebtedness to, approved March
2492, 2521, 2525, 2546, 2547, 2557, 2568 faction of, against the United States for lands 1, 1862......

1678, 1688, 2010
remarks on the naval appropriation bill No. sold by them within the Las Ormigas and La Public debt, bill (H. R. No. 240) to authorize the

423...... ...... ..2703, 2721, 2725, 2729 Nana grants, in the State of Louisiana... 720, issue of United States notes and for the re-
remarks on the volunteers' bounty bill...2723,

722, 940, 1048, 1229, 1246, 1320 demption or funding thereof and for funding

2743, 2893 joint resolution (S. No. 72) for the adjustment the Goating, of the United States..........696,
remarks on the bill to prevent fraud in con of certain......

..........1464

719, 762, 787,898, 911, 929, 940, 946, 994
tracts

...2828, 2915 bill (S. No. 280) to amend an act to ascertain bill (H. R. No. 444) lo amend an act to pro-
remarks on the bill establishing certain post and settle, in California, passed June 14, vide increased revenue from imports, to pay
roads .....
.2860 1860.......

...........1754 interest on the, and for other purposes, apo
remarks on the impeachment of Judge Hum bill (S. No. 106) to authorize the district court proved August 5, 1861......

.... 1935,
phreys
....2943 of the United States for the northern district

1936, 1979, 2018, 2139
remarks on the resolution relating to gun con of California to hear and determine upon its | Public documents, bill (S. No. 336) to provide for
tracts.......

....2956, 2957 merits the claim of Pedro Chaboya to a certain further distribution of the....... ....2451
remarks on the bill relating to the procuring of tract of land in California called La Posa San joint resolution providing for the distribution

contracts...... ...2957, 2958, 2959, 3325 Juan Bautista, 68, 1514, 1661,1754,1772, 1844 of certain public books and.... ...1566
remarks on the bill to establish provisional gov bill (No. 119) confirming a land claim in the Public Lands, ihe Committee on.... ..9, 1260
ernments...... ..3091, 3139, 3140, 3142 State of Iowa. ...125, 1950, 3095, 3312 instructions to...

.. 1228, 2440
remarks on the tariff bill..3174,3176, 3177,3255 bill (No. 189) for the survey of grants or claims bills reported from...... ..160, 505, 696,
remarks on the bill to amend the militia act, of land, 959, 1153, 1190,1660, 1712, 2478, 2538

859, 940, 1132, 1154, 1347, 1660,
3348, 3349, 3350 bill (S. No. 318) for relief in the land claims in

1678, 1950, 2083, 2160, 2215, 2275,
remarks on the admission of West Virginia, California, known as claims of Francisco

2394, 2451, 2913, 2957, 2987, 3245
3319, 3320 Soberanes to a tract of land known as Sanjon

reports from......

.2506
remarks on explanatory confiscation bill, 3376 de Santa Rita, and of Joseph S. Alemany, to adverse reports from....

.505,
resolution for ihe expulsion of..... .....891, the mission San Francisco Solano....... 2186,

1514, 1566, 1678, 2083, 2160, 2957
898, 1112, 1180, 1205, 1208, 1230
2987, 3111, 3217, 3312 discharged from subjects.

...110,
remarks on the, by-
bill (S. No. 326) for the relief of certain claim-

736, 1347, 1514, 1566, 2083, 3289
Mr. Davis..... ....1112, 1113, 1180, ants to farm lots at Prairie du Chien, in the Public lands, bill (S. No. 71) to secure home-
1205, 1208, 1209, 1216, 1230, 1232, 1234 State of Wisconsin.......

....2305 steads to actual settlers on the .........26, 1347
Mr. Hele.........

....1208 Prisoners, joint resolution (No. 16) relative to the bill (S. No. 119) confirming a land claim in the
Mr. Howard

1234 exchange of........... ............. 67, 68 State of Iowa..... 125, 1950, 3095, 3226, 3312
Mr. Powell... 1113, 1180, 1216, 1230, 1231 bill (S. No. 199) to provide for the safe-keeping bill (No. 123) to extend the provisions of the
Mr. Ten Eyck.....

..1234 and maintenance of United States.........815, act of August 4, 1852, to grant the right of
Mr. Trumbull.......1113, 1180, 1230, 1234

874, 1048
Mr. Wilkinson.........

way to all rail and plank roads, &c., for the
.891, 898 joint resolution (S. No.41) in relation to allot term of five years, and to amend the same,
yeas and nays on the......
.... 1284 ment tickets of pay to persons held as, of

160, 1229, 1556, 1566, 3310, 3351
Presents, joint resolution (S. No. 134) authoriz war in the so-called confederate States...556, bill granting, and a loan of the credit of the
ing certain officers of the Navy to accept, of-

619, 642, 696 Government to the People's Pacific Railroad
fered by the Japanese Government. .386, joint resolution (S. No. 28) in relation to the Company, to aid in the construction of a rail-

408, 444, 467, 489 exchange of, captured on the privateer Jef. road from the Missouri river to San Francisco
joint resolution (No. 57) providing for the cus ferson Davis.....

.........185 on the Pacific coast...... .............161
tody of the letter and, of the King of Siam, bill (No. 217) to provide for furnishing, of the joint resolution (S. No. 26) explanatory of and

1048, 1191, 1208, 1260 United States Army in the revolted States in addition to the act of June 3, 1856, grant-
President of the United States, calls for informa with clothing and other necessary supplies, ing, to Wisconsin to aid in the construction
tion upon the ...... ........9, 160, 162,

375, 377 of railroads in said State.............161, 1154,
176, 505, 533, 642, 1154, 1206, 1696, 1754, joint resolution (S. No. 79) in relation to an

1229, 1623, 1649, 1712, 1732, 1772, 1844
2112, 2275, 2596, 3050, 3117, 3218, 3279 exchange of...........

bill (S. No. 147) granting, in alternate sections
communications from..6, 88, 153, 160, 176, 186, bill (No. 362) to provide for the discharge of to the State of California, to aid in the con-

206, 306, 386, 444, 488,489, 505, 605, 619, State and other, and to authorize the judges struction of certain railroads in said State, 263
696, 736, 760, 814, 940, 946, 959, 1037, of the United States courts to take bail or bill (S. No. 183) to provide for the selection of
1071, 1190, 1205, 1259, 1260, 1297, 1320, recognizances to secure the trial of the same, sections of, for school purposes in the State
1403, 1537, 1555, 1689, 1732, 1805, 1844,

3177, 3178, 3271, 3359, 3384; 3389 of California where the sixteenth and thirty-
1913, 2083, 2147, 2160, 2186, 2247, 2275, joint resolutions of the Legislature of Ohio rel sixth sections are located in the several town.
2363, 3393, 2440, 2506, 2596, 2615, 2634, ative to the rebel officers in Columbus and ships upon mineral lands........ ... 607
2651, 2717, 2722, 2774, 2776, 2829, 2864, camp Chase prison....... .1831, 1844 bill ($. No. 187) to reduce the expenses of the
2893, 3049, 3062, 3138, 3245, 3272, 3289, President pro tempore, election of, 333, 1443, 2798 survey and sale of the, of the United States,
3312, 3340, 3351, 3378, 3402, 3403, 3404 resolution of thanks to the

.3404

696, 925, 1165, 2394, 2400, 2430, 2440
reference of the annual message of the....25,37 valedictory address of the.......

..3404 bill (No. 208) making a donation of, to the
message of the, transmitting the resolution for Prize, bill (H. R. No. 279) to facilitate judicial States of Wisconsin and Michigan to aid them

the gradual abolition of slavery...........1112 proceedings in adjudications upon captured in making a military road and relegraplı line
message of the, accompanying the approval of property, and for the better administration of in said States...............875, 1871, 2306, 2957

an act for the release of certain persons held the law of......... 1072, 1249, 1260, 1331, 1415 bill (No. 189) for the survey of grants or claims
to service or labor in the District of Colum joint resolution (S. No. 97) in relation to the of land.....

959,
bia.....
...1680 law of..............3288, 3315, 3379, 3402, 3403

1154, 1190, 1660, 1712, 2478, 2538
message of the, accompanying the disapproval Prizes and prize goods, bill concerning letters of bill (No. 125) to. secure homesteads to actual
of the bill (No. 193) to repeal that part of an marque..

..3271, 3325, 3335 seitlers on the public domain, and to provide
act of Congress that prohibits the circulation Process, bill (S. No. 291) providing for the issu a bounty for soldiers in lieu of grants of
of bank notes of a less denomination than five ing of, to and the service of the same by in the .........1036, 1037, 1347, 1871, 1915, 1937,
dollars in the District.........2893, 3021, 3178 different persons................1854, 2394, 2719

1951, 2055, 2061, 2147, 2163, 2186, 2364
message of the, returning without approval the Property, bill to authorize ne President to take bill (S. No. 298) donating, to the several States

act (No. 343) to provide for additional offi possession of certain..................1180, 1678 and Territories which may provide colleges

cers of the volunteer service................3079 | Providencia, bill for the relief of the owners of for the benefit of agriculture and the mechanic
message of the, accompanying the bill in rela the bark...........1132, 1230, 1951, 1982, 2083

.....1935,
tion to emancipation
3322, 3323 | Provisional government, bill to authorize the Pres-

2160, 2187, 2248, 2275, 2328, 2366,
rinting, the Committee on ........
..9 ident of the United States to establish a, in

2394, 2440, 2625, 2774, 3049, 3062
reports from.......

.67, 89, 126, 176, each of the districts of country embraced bill (S. No. 300) granting to the State of Cali-
377,427,533,815, 1072, 1132, 1296, 1331, within the limits of the so-called confederate fornia the tract of land known as the Colorado
1537, 1598, 1754, 1772, 1892, 2160, 2327, States of Georgia, Florida, Alabama, Mis. Desert, for the purpose of introducing a suffi-

2615, 2956, 2987, 3217, 3320, 3334, 3401 sissippi, Louisiana, Texas, Arkansas, and cient supply of fresh water upon and over
discharged from subjects ....
... 1598 Tennessee...
........176 the same..

.........1935

.... 1935

arts ......

see...

Public lands-Continued.
bill (S. No. 307) to grant the right of preëmp-
tion to settlers on certain, in Wisconsin,

2055, 3097, 3135, 3245
bill (No. 482) for the relief of congressional

township No. 8 south, of range No. 3 east,
in Mercer county, Ohio.....

....2186
bill (S. No. 318) for relief in the land claims

in California, known as claims of Francisco
Soberanes to a tract of land known as San-
jon de Santa Rita, and of Joseph S. Alemany
to the mission San Francisco Solano...2186,

2987, 3111, 3217, 3312
bill (H. R. No. 113) concerning the closing of
the office of the surveyor general at St. Louis,

375, 377, 2215, 3325
bill (S. No. 320) further provide against the
cutting and removal of timber from the,

2275, 3245
bill (S. No. 326) for the relief of certain claim-

ants to farm lots at Prairie du Chien, in the
State of Wisconsin......

.......2305
bill (No. 281) supplemental to an act granting

the right of way to the State of Missouri and
a portion of thé, to aid in the construction of
certain railroads in said State............2419,

2430, 2448, 2506, 2538, 2634
bill (S. No. 355) for increasing the revenue by
reservation and sale of town sites on...2719,

2913, 3389
resolution (No. 83) relative to a certain grant

of, for railroad purposes made to the State of
Michigan in 1856......

...2804,
2825, 2957, 3049, 3097, 3111, 3195
bill (S. No. 360) to grant the proceeds of sales

of certain, to aid in the construction of a

northern Pacific railroad .......2825, 2013, 2941
bill (No. 529) concerning certain, herciofore
granted to the State of lowa...............3097,

3098, 3117, 2135, 3310
joint resolution (No. 97) explanatory of an act

for the survey of grants or claims of land,
approved June 2, 1862...............3097, 3098
bill (H. R. No. 557) in relation to preemption
claims....

.......3111, 3137
bill (No.511) to amend an act to reduce the ex-

penses of the survey and sale of the, in the
United States.....

.3226, 3244
joint resolution (No. 84) for the relief of pre-

emptors on the home reservation of the Win-
nebagoes, in the Blue-earth region in the State

of Minnesota....3227, 3244, 3289, 3310, 3371
joint resolution (S. No. 98) to repeal and mod:
ify certain portions of acis mentioned therein,

3324, 3371, 3392
joint resolution to repeal and modify sections

two and three of an act to settle the title to
certain, set apart for the use of certain half-
breed Kansas Indians in Kansas Territory,
approved May 26, 1860, and to repeal part of

section one of said act........3392, 3402, 3403
joint resolution (S. No. 100) suspending the

sale, by sealed bids, of the land of the Kansas
and Sac and Fox tribes of Indians......3373,

3389, 3402, 3403
bill (H. R. No. 399) to provide for the quiet-

ing of certain land titles in the late disputed
territory of the State of Maine....... .26,

1246, 2506, 3218, 3334
bill to quiet land titles in the State of Califor-
nia......

.1832
bill to quiet titles to certain lands in Kansas, 1443
bill (S. No. 201) lo provide for the occupation

and cultivation of the cotton and other lands
in possession of the United States lying along
the southern coast of the United States, 815,

940, 959, 1113
joint resolution (S. No. 80) authorizing the

State of Minnesota lo change the line of cer-
tain branch railroads in said State.......2055,

2394, 2540, 2596, 3097, 3178, 3312
Public Printing, bill (S. No. 340) amendatory of

section eight of joint resolution in relation to

the, approved June 23, 1860................2506
joint resolution (S. No. 92) in relation to the,

2850
Parchase of vessels, resolutions, &c., in relation

10 the, for the Government by George D.
Morgan............ 199, 219, 245, 488, 697, 817

Q.
Quartermaster's department, bill (No.523) to pro-

mote the efficiency of the corps of engineers,
and of the ordnance and.....3217, 3244, 3258

Quebec, joint resolution (No. 77) to change the || Railroad, bill (S. No. 178) to incorporate the
name of the bark, to General Burnside, 2506, Washington and Georgetown, Company-

2672, 2693, 2717, 2871, 3280 Continued.
Quorum, resolution declaring the number of Sen remarks on the, by-
ators necessary to make a constitutional, Mr. Wilson, of Massachusetts, 1987, 1989
2305, 2451, 2540, 3021, 3093, 3138, 3189 Mr. Wright.......... 1987, 1991, 2141, 2145

yeas and nays on the .........1953, 1989, 2147
R.

bill (S. No. 169) to authorize the President of
Railroad, select committee on the subject of a, to the United States, in certain cases, to take

connect the loyal portions of Tennessee and possession of, and telegraph lines.... ..427,
North Carolina with Kentucky ........ 71, 159

506, 555, 581, 619, 1015
reports from the.........

........555 joint resolution (H. R. No. 39) to declare the
bill (S. No. 179) for the construction of a mil meaning of an act to authorize the President
itary, in the States of Kentucky and Tennes of the United States, in certain cases, to take

..........555

possession of, and telegraph lines.........940,
bill (S. No. 181) to secure the early completion

959, 1331, 3273, 3287, 3310, 3371
of the south west branch of the Pacific, in the Railroad Company, bill (S. No. 267) to incor-

State of Missouri.......... ...........581, 1132 porate the Northern Pacific .........1598, 2083
bill (S. No. 213) to aid in constructing a, and bill for the relief of the president and directors

telegraph line from the Missouri river to the of the Terre Haute and Richmond .......2394
Pacific ocean, and to secure to the Govern bill (H. R. No, 428) for the relief of the pres-
ment the use of the same for postal, military, ident and directors of the Panama ...... 2722,
and other purposes........
........619,

2987, 3049, 3088
959, 1538, 1983, 2055, 2081, 2114, 2216, bill (No. 468) to extend the charter of the Alex-
2618, 2637, 2653, 2659, 2675, 2721, 2736, andria and Washington ............ 2675, 2717

2749, 2776, 2804, 2832, 2916, 3010, 3088 | Railroads, bill (S. No. 123) to extend the provis-
bill (S. No. 379) to amend an act to aid in the ions of the act of August 4, 1855, to grant the

construction of a, and telegraph line from the right of way to all, and plank roads, &c., for
Missouri river to the Pacific ocean, and to the term of five years, and to amend the same,
secure to the Government the use of the same

160, 1229, 1556, 1566, 3310, 3351
for postal, military, and other purposes, ap joint resolution (H. R. No. 37) in relation to

proved July 2, 1862...3093, 3135, 3177, 3312 certain, in the State of Missouri ..........815,
joint resolution (S. No. 80) authorizing the

859, 875, 898, 911,918, 1037,
State of Minnesota to relocate a certain, 2055,

1047, 1054, 1072, 1083, 1180
2394, 2540, 2596, 3097, 3178, 3312 bill (S. No. 147) granting public lands in al-
bill (S. No. 360) to grant the proceeds of the ternate sections to the State of California

sales of certain public lands to aid in the to aid in the construction of certain, in said
construction of a northern Pacific.......2825, State ..

.........263
2913, 2941 bill (H. R. No. 281) supplemental to an act
joint resolution (H. R. No.83) relative to a cer granting the right of way to the State of Mis-

tain grant of land for, purposes, made to the souri, and a' portion of the public lands to
State of Michigan in 1856.... ..2804, aid in the construction of certain, in said

2825, 2957, 3049, 3097, 3111, 3195 State....... 2419, 2430, 2448, 2506, 2538, 2634
bill (S. No.91) authorizing the construction of joint resolution (S. No.26) explanatory of a cer-

a horse, through certain avenues and streets tain act therein mentioned..... .161, 1154,
in Washington and Georgetown, 26,555,875

1229, 1623, 1649, 1712, 1732, 1772, 1844
bill (S. No. 111) incorporating the Washington (See Confiscation; Union.).

and Georgetown, Company......90, 555, 875 Rebellion, bill to authorize the President of the
bill (S. No. 165) in relation to a, along Pennsyl United States to establish a provisional gov-

vania avenue and other avenues and streets ernment in each of the districts of country
in the cities of Washington and Georgetown, embraced within the limits of the so-called

in the District of Columbia....... 408, 555, 875 confederate States of Georgia, Florida, Ala-
bill (S. No. 170) to incorporate the Union Com bama, Mississippi, Louisiana, Texas, Ar-
pany and to authorize the construction of a, kansas, and Tennessee...

.....176
in certain streets and avenues in the cities of joint resolution (S. No. 19) proposing a confer-
Washington and Georgetown, in the District ence for the settlement of the existing na-
of Columbia, and the running of vehicles tional difficulties............

.8
connected therewith, and to regulate the bill (S. No. 33) to suppress insurrection and
same........

......444, 555, 875 sedition.......... ...........115, 409, 3245
bill (S. No. 160) to incorporate the Washing bill (S. No. 200) to establish provisional gov-
ton and Georgetown, Company, 386,555,875 ernments in certain cases...

.815,
bill (S. No. 178) to incorporate the Washing-

843, 2651, 3091, 3138
ion and Georgetown, Company ........555, bill (S. No. 206) declaring a forfeiture of the

579, 720, 1047, 1660, 1871, 1916, 1951, rights and privileges of certain persons... 861

1984, 1991, 2018, 2112, 2140, 2163, 2186 bill (S. No. 151) to confiscate the property and
remarks on the, by

free the slaves of rebels...1, 18, 334, 849,942,
Mr. Anthony..... 1953, 1985, 1986

945,986,998, 1021, 1040, 1049, 1074, 1136,
Mr. Clark.....

.722,

1157, 1544, 1557, 1569, 1604, 1626, 1652,
1952, 1988, 1991, 2145, 2146, 2147

1680, 1714, 1742, 1757, 1776, 1808, 1845,
Mr. Collamer. .1952, 1988, 1990, 2144

1856, 1873, 1895, 1916, 1940, 1953, 1991
Mr. Cowan.....

1986, 1989 resolutions declaratory of the relations between
Mr. Davis

...2142 the Federal Government and the seceded
Mr. Doolittle
.1953, 1985 States......

.......736, 786
Mr. Fessenden, 1955, 2141,2143,2144,2145 bill (S. No. 233) to confiscate the property of
Mr. Grimes
......90, the rebels........

. 1228, 1678
408, 555, 579, 720, 721, 722, 1047, joint resolution (S. No. 73) declaring the pur-
1951, 1952, 1984, 1985, 1986, 1987, 1989, poses for which the present war for the sup-

1990, 2141, 2142, 2143, 2144, 2146, 2147 pression of, is prosecuted to be to maintain
Mr. Hale...... .721, 722, 1951, 1952, the Constitution and to preserve the Union,
1953, 1984, 1985, 1986, 1987, 1988, 1991

1514
Mr. Henderson

.... 1989, 1990 bill (S. No. 288) to amend an act to confiscate
Mr. Lane, of Indiana......1989, 2144, 2146 property used for insurrectionary purposes,
Mr. McDougall

.1989 approved August 6, 1861............ 1854, 3245
Mr. Morrill...

.721, 722, bill (S. No. 301) to secure to the citizens of the
1660, 1871, 1916, 1952, 1953, 1984, United States their right to personal liberty,
1985, 1986, 1987, 1988, 1989, 1991,

1935, 3271
2140, 2141, 2142, 2143, 2145, 2147 bill (S. No. 332) to aid in restoring order and
Mr. Pomeroy,

..26, preserving the public peace within the insur-
721, 722, 1952, 1984, 1985, 1986, 1987 rectionary districts............2186, 2342, 2366
Mr. Sherman, 1952, 1988, 1989, 1990, 2147 bill (H. R. No. 471) lo confiscate the property
Mr. Simmons.

.2144 of rebels for the payment of the expenses of
Mr. Ten Eyck .................

1988, 1989, 2144
the present....

...2364, 2366,
Mr. Trumbull

... 1953, 1990

2878, 2896, 2916, 2017, 2959, 2989, 3111,
Mr. Wade....1916, 1987, 1988, 1989, 2146

3166, 3178, 3271, 3274, 3287, 3310, 3403

Rebellion-Continued.
Rebellion-Continued.

Revenue-Continued.
bill (No. 321) to indemnify certain citizens of bill (H. R. No. 294) requiring an oath of alle bill (H. R. No. 444) to amend an act to pro-

the United States, residing in the State of giance and to support the Constitution of the vide increasedl, from imports, to pay interest
Delaware, for expenses incurred by them in United States to be administered to masters on the public debt, and for other purposes,

defense of the United Slales, 2722, 3217,3403 of American vessels clearing for foreign or approved August 5, 1861.... ...1935,
bill (S. No. 376) to allow and pay to the State other ports during the present..... ...959,

1936, 1979, 2018, 2139
of Missouri the amount of money expended

1037, 1047, 1071, 1180 bill (H. R. No.312) to provide internal, lo sup-
by said State in the arming and paying of bill (S. No. 266) for the more convenient en port the Government and pay interest on the
troops employed in the suppression of insur forcement of the laws of the United States public debt..............1603, 1966, 2039, 2254,
rection against the laws of the United States, concerning security to keep the peace and for

2278, 2308, 2329, 2344, 2367, 2396,
3039, 3194, 3272, 3287, 3351, 3379, 3403 good behavior.... ....1581, 1678, 1844

2400, 2419, 2443, 2448, 2454, 2479,
bill (S. No. 384) to amend the act calling forth bili (s. No. 292) for the collection of direct

2508, 2540, 2572, 2598, 2671, 2675,
the militia to execute the laws of the Union, taxes in insurrectionary districts within the

2873, 2892, 2941, 2959, 3010, 3088
suppress insurrection, and repel invasions, United States....

.....1854, 2017, bill (No. 550) to further provide for the collec-
approved February 28, 1795.... ..3178,

2039, 2041, 2057, 2419, 2478, 2506, 2538 tion of the, upon the northern, northeastern,
3197, 3227, 3249, 3255, 3273 | Rebels, bill (S. No. 26) to provide for the confis and north western frontiers... ....2916,
bill (S. No. 387) to declare another punish cation of property belonging to..... 334, 1556

2917, 3111, 3245, 3257, 3271, 3310, 3371
ment for the crime of treason against the bill (S. No. 35) for the punishment of conspi bill (H. R. No. 531) increasing temporarily the
United States........
...3194 racy and kindred offenses against the United duties on imports......

..3062, 3134,
bill (S. No. 394) to amend the act calling forth States, and for the confiscation of the prop-

3167, 3197, 3254, 3310, 3371
the militia to execute the laws of the Union, erty of the..........

.........334, 1556 bill (No. 573) to impose an additional duty on
suppress insurrections, and repel invasions, bill (S. No. 78) for the confiscation of the prop sugars produced in the United States...3271,
approved February 28, 1795, and the acts erty of, and giving freedom to the persons

3334, 3338, 3352, 3379, 3402
amondatory thereof....... ..3289, 3320, they hold in slavery...........1, 18, 334, 1556 joint resolution (H. R. No. 109) to amend sec-

3337, 3338, 3340, 3341, 3384, 3402, 3403 joint resolution (S. No. 23) to provide for the tion seventy-seven of an act to provide inter-
joint resolution (H. R. No. 110) explanatory confiscation of the property of, or insurgents, nal, to support the Government and pay in-
of an act to suppress insurrection, to punish and to satisfy the just claims of loyal persons terest on the public debt...

.3351,
treason and, to scize and confiscate the prop therefrom....

.........1, 49, 334, 1556

3377, 3389, 3402, 3403
erty ofrebels, 3352,3373,3379,3389,3402,3403 bill (No. 139) authorizing the Secretary of the bill (S. No. 355) for increasing the, by reser-
bill (S. No.310) to suppress insurreciion and to Interior to 'strike from the pension rolls the vation and sale of town sites on public lands,
punish treason and.
.......2112, names of such persons as have taken up arms

2719, 2913, 3389
2163, 2188, 2217, 2842 against the Government, or who may have Revenue acts, joint resolution regulating the dis-
remarks on the, by-

in an.y manner encouraged the ............. 109, tribution of fines and penalties under the, of
Mr. Anthony.........2164, 2173, 2224, 2225

579, 622, 666 the United States......

.....2147
Mr. Browning ...2170, 2171, 2172 bill (S. No. 151) to confiscate the property and Revenue cutter service, bill (H. R. No. 561) in
Mr. Carlile........

.2228 free the slaves of....1, 18, 334, 849, 942, 945, relation to commissioned officers of the Uni-
Mr. Chandler....

..2205, 2228
986, 998, 1021, 1040, 1049, 1074, 1136, ted States.....

....3257,
Mr. Clark ............2112, 2163, 2164, 2165,
1157, 1544, 1557, 1569, 1604, 1626, 1652,

3289, 3352, 3371, 3340, 3352
2166, 2167, 2168, 2169, 2170, 2171, 2172,

1680, 1714, 1742, 1757, 1776, 1808, 1845, Revolutionary Claims, the Committee on..... ..9
2173, 2196, 2197, 2198, 2199, 2200, 2201,

1856, 1873, 1895, 1916, 1940, 1953, 1991 bills reported from..... .......1415, 3061
2204, 2205, 2223, 2226, 2227, 2842, 2843 bill (S. No. 233) to confiscate the property of, || Rice, Henry M., a Senator from Minnesota, 110,
Mr. Collamer....
.2205

1228, 1678

114, 143, 153, 156, 271, 273, 274, 291, 357,
Mr. Cowan.......
2201, 2202 joint resolution (No. 110) explanatory of an act

375, 386, 477, 488, 556, 581, 655, 719, 736,
Mr. Davis.......
.2167, 2168, to suppress insurrections, to punish treason

815, 873,875, 1010, 1072, 1115, 1131, 1154,
2169, 2173, 2188, 2196, 2197, 2198, 2200, and rebellion, and to seize and confiscate the

1228, 1229, 2083, 2394, 2540, 2596, 2825,
2205, 2218, 2222, 2223, 2224, 2225, 2228 property of.......

...3352,

3135, 3165, 3166, 3217, 3219, 3274, 3278,
Mr. Doolittle..... 2170, 2228, 2229

3373, 3379, 3389, 3402, 3403

3279, 3358, 3359, 3378, 3393, 3403, 3404
Mr. Fessenden..
..2163, bill (H. R. No. 472) to free from servitude the resolutions by...

...273, 719, 815
2164, 2172, 2173, 2197, 2202, 2203, slaves of certain, engaged in or abetting the remarks on the expulsion of John C. Breckin-
2204, 2205, 2224, 2225, 2227, 2228 existing rebellion against the Government of ridge.

.16
Mr. Foster...

.2164, 2172, 2205 the United States..... ..2776, 2832, 2871 remarks on the arrest of fugitive slaves by mil-
Mr. Grimes...2172, 2201, 2225, 2226, 2229 Recess, propositions for...... ..3258, 3287, 3384 itary or naval officers....

...359
Mr. Harris

.2169 | Registers, bill (No. 474) to direct the Secretary remarks on the bill to define the pay of Army
Mr. Henderson.......... ..2164, 2198, 2200 of the Treasury to issue American, to certain officers.........

..672, 678,
Mr. Howard.
....2164, vessels...

.... 2139, 2147

822, 823, 824, 825, 827, 1078, .
2169, 2170, 2171, 2172, 2173, 2202, | Representative, bill (H. R. No. 459) to allow the

1079, 1080, 1081, 1082, 1083
2205, 2223, 2224, 2227, 2228, 2229 State of California an additional, in the Thir remarks on the fortification bill.... .......... 750
Mr. Howe.........

......2197, 2225 ty-Seventh Congress, 2430, 2451, 2478, 2538 remarks on the organization of the cavalry
Mr. King......
.2225 Représentatives, joint resolution (S. No. 33) in forces.........

.........848, 849
Mr. Lane, of Kansas.... ...2170, 2205 relation to the pay of the first Senators and, remarks on the Missouri railroads resolution,
Mr. Latham......
...2198 in Congress from the State of Minnesota, 377,

923, 925
Mr. McDougall.....
2172

607, 1772 remarks on the medical department of the
Mr. Powell...2173, 2197, 2198, 2200, 2224 bill (H. R. No. 104) fixing the number of mem Army...............986, 987,988, 995, 996, 998
Mr. Saulsbury...............2164, 2197, 2200 bers of the House of, from and after the 3d remarks on the bill for the protection of civil-
Mr. Sherman
.2164, of March, 1861.....
....786, 815, ized Indians.......

.2082, 2083
2197, 2205, 2225, 2228, 2843

877, 962, 1015, 1037, 1094 remarks on the tax bill.........2521, 2522, 2605
Mr. Simmons....

..2228, 2229 bill (No. 525) in relation to the election of, to remarks on the agricultural colleges bill, 2629,
Mr. Sumner, 2188, 2201, 2202, 2205, 2222, Congress by single districts...... ..2916,

2630, 2632, 2633, 2634
2223, 2225, 2227, 2228, 2229, 2842, 2843

2917, 3061, 3117, 3280, 3310, 3371 remarks on the Pacific railroad bill.........2808,
Mr. Ten Eyck.... .2166, 2167, 2229 Revenue: bill (No. 176) to increase the duties on

2813, 2835, 2836
Mr. Trumbull

2165, tca, coffee, and sugar.......162, 166, 174, 206 remarks on the bill to amend the militia act and
2166, 2168, 2169, 2170, 2171, 2172, joint resolution (No. 21) to suspend the ap the employment of negroes...............3202,
2173, 2197, 2198, 2200, 2202, 2204, pointment of assessors and collectors under

3204, 3206, 3251, 3252, 3254
2226, 2227, 2228, 2229, 2842, 2843 the income tax......

....124, 125 Roanoke, joint resolution (No. 55) authorizing
Mr. Wade.

....2164, 2165, bill (S. No. 121) for the collection of direct taxes the Secretary of the Navy to cause the steam
2166, 2167, 2108, 2169, 2170, 2173, 2198, in insurrectionary districts... 125, 1047, 1556 frigate, to be iron clad and otherwise im-
2202, 2203, 2204, 2225, 2227, 2228, 2229 joint resolution (H. R. No. 26) explanatory of proved......

.........1320
Mr. Willey..

.2204, 2228 an act lo increase the duties on tea, coffee, | Roberts, Marshall 0., bill for the relief of, 1180,
Mr. Wilson, of Massachusetts. ..2166, and sugar, approved 24th of December, 1861,

1297, 2139, 2147, 2186, 2247
2200, 2201, 2205, 2223, 2225

185, 206, 207, 221, 240, 263, 306 Rountree, John H., bill for the relief of, 26, 1556
yeas and nays on the........

..2165, joint resolution (H. R. No. 32) declaratory of || Rowan, Commander Stephen C., joint resolution
2169, 2172, 2173, 2197, 2198, 2200, 2205 the purpose of Congress to impose a tax, 333, (S. No. 71) presenting the thanks of Con-
bill (S. No. 28) 10 suppress the slaveholders,

334, 376, 377, 506 gress to, and to the officers, petty officers,
334, 1556 bill(S. No. 292) for the collection of direct taxes seamen, and marines under his command,
bill (S. No. 29) for the confiscation of property in insurrectionary districts within the United for their gallantry and successful services in
of persons in, against the Constitution and States...

..1854, 2017, North Carolina.......

1370
laws of the United States.............334, 1556

2039, 2041, 2057, 2419, 2478, 2506, 2538 Ruff, Colonel Charles H., bill for the relief of,
bill (S. No. 134) declaring certain persons to be bill. (S. No. 296) supplementary to an act ap-

1537, 2139, 2163, 2186
alien enemies, forfeiting their property to the proved the 13th July, 1861, to provide for the Rule, additional joint, of the two Houses, pro-
United States, and creating a lien on said collection of duties on imports.....1893, 1915 posed......

....555
property in favor of loyal persons, to indem bill (No.446) supplementary to an act approved Rules, amendments of the, proposed ........25, 37,
nify them for such damages as they may July 13, 1861, to provide for the collection of

161, 240, 273, 287, 419, 477,
have sustained by the existing war of...176, duries on imports

.1913, 1916,

490, 534, 697, 1537, 1557
178, 334, 1556

2031, 2083, 2163, 2186, 2364 suspension of the joint...........3257, 3271,3287

ware.

son .......

.....745

...89,

Russell, Lieutenant John Henry, joint resolution Schools-Continued.

Sherman, John, il Senator from Ohio--Continued.
(S. No. 20) giving the thanks of Congress to, bill for the relief of congressional township No. remarks on the emancipation resolution..1333,
and the officers, seamen, and marines of the 8 south, of range 3 east, in Mercer county,

1371, 1490, 1491, 1492, 1493, 1494, 1496
steam frigate Colorado, for their gallanıry at Ohio

.2186 remarks on naval appropriation will.. 1395, 1398,
Pensacola.
..13 bill (H. R. No. 543) relating to schools for ile

1399, 1403, 1427, 1428, 14:29, 1430, 1669
Russell, Majors & Waddell, joint resolution (S. education of colored children in the cities of remarks on the bill to abolish slavery in the

No. 102) for the relief of the holders of dralis, Washington and Georgcrown, in the District District of Columbia ................1479, 1525
orders, or bills of exchange, drawn by, con of Columbia......3097, 3098, 3117,3135, 3310 remarks on the confiscation bill. ......1604,
tractors with the Government, commonly Secretary of the Senate, instructions io the....13,

1607, 1680, 1782, 1783, 1784, 1785,
known as the Floyd acceptances..........3401

110, 815, 1047, 1854, 2363, 3034

1811, 1812, 1813, 1814, 1883, 1885
communications from the.......... .1093, 1279 remarks on the bill regulating the compensation
S.
Secretaries of War, bill (S. No. 164) to authorize

of district attorneys..

.1567, 1582
Salaries, bill (H. R. No. 353) to provide for the the President to appoint two additional As. remarks on the Indian appropriation bill.. 1694,
appointment of clerks in the office of the As sistant.....

..386, 409, 412, 427, 444

2084, 2085, 2089, 2090, 2091, 2002,
sistant Treasurer at Boston, to fix their, and Secret sessions, amendment of the rules providing

2093, 2004, 2008, 2115, 2116, 2118,
to provide for the absence of the Assistant for........

.419, 477, 490, 534

2119, 2122, 2123, 2124, 2125, 2126,
Treasurer........1228, 1235, 1259, 1260, 1320 Security to keep the peace, bill (No. 266) for the

2148, 2149, 2150, 2151, 2162, 306:2
Sally McGee, joint resolution (s. No. 94) 10 more convenient enforcement of the laws of remarks relating to rebel prisoners at Camp

change the name of the schooner, to that of the United States concerning, and for good Chase, Ohio............... .........1831, 1844

Ocean Queen............2913, 2941, 3287, 3340 behavior........ .........1581, 1678, 1844 remarks on the joint resolution relating to Navy
Salomon, Hayne M., bill for relief of, 2327, 3061 | Seeds, bill (H. R. No. 255) making an appropri contracts...

..1855
Salvage, bill (S. No. 349) in addition to an act pro ation for the purchase of collon and tobacco, remarks on battle at Pittsburg Landing...1951,
viding for, in cases of recapture... 2672, 3007 for general distribution...........555, 557, 760

2010, 2011, 2032, 2537
Saulsbury, Willard, a Senator from Dela Senate Chamber, select coinmittee on the ventila remarks on the Washington and Georgetown

.8, 36, tion or reconstruction of the........2569, 3325 railway bill......1952, 1988, 1989, 1990, 2147
125, 156, 386,505, 535, 536, 719, 1132, 1133, Shelly, B. Y., bill to pay, for his claim...... 1935, remarks on the volunteers deficiency bill..1980,
1260, 1320, 1356, 1415, 1661, 1713, 1807,
1936, 2651, 2825, 2840, 2871

2011
1844, 1935, 1951, 1983, 2020, 2063, 2064, || Sherman, John, a Senator from Ohio.......26, 72, remarks on the expulsion of Mr. Stark.... 1983
2083, 2186, 2275, 2540, 2571, 2596, 2615,

89, 110, 115, 124, 145, 166, 167, 187, remarks on the collection of taxes in insurrec-
2636, 2674, 2695, 2734, 2746, 2773, 2798,

188, 199, 240, 270, 290, 291, 310, 333, tionary districts ................2058, 2059, 2060
2800, 2914, 2941, 3014, 3079, 3099, 3101,

357, 375, 376, 386, 408, 444, 467, 488, remarks personal and explanatory..... ..2159
322), 3223, 3258, 3273, 3324, 3334, 3352

559, 579, 650, 695, 697, 707, 736, 737, remarks on the bill to punish areason)......2164,
resolutions by........... 125, 156, 2674, 2773
738, 739, 815, 827, 911, 941, 1014, 1015,

2197, 2205, 22:25, 2228, 2843
remarks on the expulsion of Waldo P. John-

1016, 1072, 1083, 1091, 1114, 113), 1132, remarks on the Pacific railroad bill.... .2217,
.....70
1142, 1180, 1208, 1229, 1230, 1280, 1319,

2756, 2779, 2784, 2785, 2787, 2788
remarks on the resolution in relation to the
1330, 1350, 1417, 1479, 1537, 1542, 1543, remarks on the tax bill.

.2254,
Kansas troops.....

..321, 334, 335
1555, 1581, 1598, 1624, 1696, 1697, 1713,

2255, 2256, 2258, 2261, 2278, 2283,
remarks on the expulsion of Trusten Polk, 126

1843, 1892, 1913, 1951, 2031, 2217, 2251,

2281, 2285, 2309, 2310, 2313, 2316,
remarks on the arrest of fugitive slaves by mili-

2364, 2440, 2451, 2452, 2477, 2479, 2537,

2318, 2319, 2330, 2332, 2333, 2334, 2335,
tary or naval officers......

„.207, 358
2540, 2569, 2772, 2773, 2862, 2957, 2959,

2337, 2338, 2345, 2351, 2352, 2353, 2354,
remarks on the loyalty of Senator Stark....269

2987, 3021, 3022, 3036, 2050, 3079, 3088,

2355, 2356, 2371, 2405, 2402, 2403, 2404,
remarks on the bill concerning criminal justice

3089, 3093, 3165, 3166, 3189, 3218, 3:2:20,

2405, 2406, 2407, 2420, 2424, 2425, 2426,
in the District..........

.320
3225, 3246, 3255, 3257, 3270, 3271, 3272,

2443, 2444, 2445, 2446,2447, 2448, 2449,
remarks on the expulsion of Senator Bright,

3273, 3278, 3288, 3289, 3290, 3316, 3323,

2450,2451, 2459, 2460, 2462, 2465, 2474,
539, 540, 541, 624
3324, 3334, 3352, 3354, 3371, 3384, 3403

2475, 2476, 2480, 2482, 2483, 2486, 2487,
remarks on the fortification bill..
resolutions by.....

2488, 2491, 2492, 2519, 25-22, 2524, 2525,
remarks on the Treasury note bill.... ....804

110, 1330, 1624, 1951, 3062, 3257

2526, 2540, 2541, 2542, 2545, 2546, 2549,
remarks on the cultivation of cotton lands, 1114 remarks on conduct of the war resolution....31

2552, 2553, 2556, 2557, 2559, 2560, 2573,
remarks on the rendition of slaves by the Army, remarks on the bill increasing the number of

2576, 2577, 2579, 2580, 2581, 2876, 2877
1142, 1143, 1893 cadets...............162, 163, 164, 200, 201, 202 remarks on the agricultural colleges bill ... 2442
remarks on the emancipation resolution...1298, remarks on the bill amending the judicial sys remarks on the bill for additional volunteers,
1332, 1372, 1490
..........187, 188

2453, 2454,
remarks on the bill to abolish slavery in the remarks on tea, coffee, and sugar duties.... 222 remarks on the bill to prevent fraud in con-
District of Columbia.........1333, 1356, 1357, remarks on the bill relating to Congress... 240,

.2826
1359, 1360, 1379, 1504, 1518, 1519, 1520

445, 446, 643, 1094, 1095, 1096 remarks on the volunteers'bounty bill.... 2832,
remarks on the confiscation bill.... ...1812, remarks on the purchase of vessels for the Gov-

2863, 2892, 2893, 3115
1878, 1883, 1902, 1904, 1916, 1922, 1923 ernment.....

.....247, 248 remarks on the bill establishing certain post
remarks on the bill for the appointment of ren remarks on the gunboats bill..247, 248, 621, 622 roads ...... 2856, 2859, 2860, 3115, 3116, 3196

resentatives to Hayti and Liberia.........1815 remarks on the bill relating to sutlers..290, 539 remarks on confiscation bill No.471..2902, 2973,
remarks on the collection of taxes in the insur remarks on the bill concerning criminal justice 2992, 2995, 2997, 2999, 3000, 3004, 3166
rectionary districts.....................2059, 2061 the District..........

........316, 317 remarks on the bill to establish'certain arsenals,
remarks on the bill to punish treason......2164, remarks on the diplomatic bill...........388, 390

3018, 3019
2197, 2200 remarks on secret sessions...494, 534, 535, 536 remarks on the resolution defining a constilli-
remarks on the tax bill......

remarks on the hill relating to railroad and tional quorun..3021, 3022, 3093, 3138, 3189,
2405, 2408, 2426, 2428, 2483 telegraph lines....... .....506, 515, 516

3190, 3191, 3193, 3194, 3280, 3283, 3284
remarks on the bill prescribing an oath of office, remarks on the bill to define the pay of Army remarks on the Army appropriation will No.
2693, 2695, 2861, 2873 officers.....

...644, 666, 667, 450.......

...3045, 3046, 3047, 3048
remarks on the naval appropriation bill No. 423,

669, 670, 671, 672, 673, 675, 677, 678, remarks on the bill co equalize the grades of
2703, 2704, 2729
822, 823, 1078, 1079, 1080, 1081, 1083, Navy officers ......

..3065, 3066,
remarks on the loyalty of Delaware........2721

1181, 1182, 1183, 1186, 1187, 1188, 1190,

3069, 3070, 3071, 3178, 3179, 3180, 3181
remarks on the confiscation bill No. 471...2879,

2773, 2800, 2801, 2803, 2830, 2831, 3137 remarks on Treasury note bill No. 187...3071,
2896, 2971, 2972, 3275 remarks on the civil bill....

.705

3072, 3074, 3075, 3076, 3077, 3078
remarks on the impeachment of Judge Hum remarks on fortification bill... 743, 744, 747,748 remarks on the bill to establish provisional gov-
phreys......
......... 2946, 2949, 2950 remarks on the Treasury note bill............771, ernments..

.3091, 3092
remarks on the bill to amend the militia act and
772, 773, 774, 775, 789, 794, 800, 801, 899 remarks on the tariff bill..

.....3170,
the employment of slaves..........3198, 3199, remarks on Army appropriation bill...894, 695

3172, 3173, 3175, 3176, 3254, 3255
3203, 3231, 3232. 3344, 3346 remarks on the loyalıy of Benjamin Stark...968, remarks on the bill to amend the militia act,
Sawyer, Henry,joint resolution (H. R. No.22) au-

969, 970, 971, 972, 992, 1261

3198, 3199, 3203, 3227, 3233, 3234, 3252,
ihorizing, to accept a medal, 153, 199, 240, 306 remarks on the medical department of the

3321, 3322, 3337, 3338, 3339, 3340, 3351
School lands, bill (S. No. 183) to provide for the Army....

.987, 997, 998 remarks on the bill relating to the confinement
selection of sections of, in the State of Cali remarks on the legislative bill.. ....1017, of soldiers......

.....3279
fornia where the sixteenth and thirty-sixth

1018, 1019, 1020 remarks on final adjournment.........3284, 3285
sections are located in the scveral townships remarks on the bill to encourage enlistments, remarks on discharge of State prisoners...3360
upon mineral lands .........
........ 607

1037, 1133 remarks on the Kentucky volunteers bill..3372,
Schools, bill (No. 240) to provide for the public remarks on La Nana land grants.... 1048, 1049

3373
instruction of youth in primary, throughout remarks on the rendition of slaves by the remarks on explanatory confiscation bill..3374
the connty of Washington, in the District of Army .........

........1143, 1651 Ship-of-war Alabama, joint resolution (S. No.
Columbia, without the limits of the cities of remarks on purchase of coin...1162, 1163, 1164 40) authorizing the taking down and breaking
Washington and Georgetown ............. 1280, remarks on the organization of the Army corps,

up of the, now on the stocks at Portsmouth,
1347, 1544, 2163, 2186, 2247

1282, 1284 and the ship-of-war Virginia, now on the
bill (No. 290) providing for the education of remarks on the Post Office appropriation bill, stocks at Charlestown.

......533
colored children in the cities of Washington

1248, 1249 | Siam, resolution (S. No. 57) providing for the
and Georgetown, in the District of Columbia, remarks on providing compensation for district custody of the letter and gifts from the King
1854, 1871, 2020, 2037, 2163, 2216, 2275 attorneys......... .... 1298, 1567, 1568, 1582 of ........

.... 1048, 1191, 1208, 1260

tem ........

tracts

..2399,

..9,

Signal corps, bill (No. 352) to provide for the or Slavery, bill (S. No. 108) for the release of certain Slaves, bill (S. No. 126) in relation to the arrest

ganization of a, to serve during the present persons held in, in the District of Columbia of persons claimed to be held to service or
war..
..1688, 1695, 1843 Continued.

labor, by the officers of the military or naval
Signals, bill (H. R. No. I) to provide for the in remarks on the, by-

service of the United States-Continued.
troduction of a code of marine, adapted to

Mr. Harris ...

....1191 remarks on the, by-
secret service...

.........37, 333
Mr. Howard. .........1191, 1335, 1337,

Mr. Carlile...

.......207
Signal service, bill (S. No. 141) making appro-

1476, 1499, 1500, 1503, 1518, 1519, 1520

Mr. Collamer.... ......207, 358, 359
priations for the, of the United States Army, Mr. Howe.

... 1520
Mr. Lane, of Kansas..

....358
240, 269, 859, 875, 891, 940 Mr. Kennedy. ....1333, 1357, 1358, 1526 Mr. Pearce.....

...358, 359
Simmons, James F., a Senator from Rhode Isl. Mr. King .......... ..1285, 1333, 1519, 1520

Mr. Powell.........

....358
and.......28, 88, 161, 166, 607, 695, 738, 998,

Mr. Latham..

....1518
Mr. Rice..........

.359
1296, 1390, 1582, 1598, 1832, 2144, 2596, Mr. McDougall...... 1503, 1504, 1516, 1522 Mr. Saulsbury.

.207, 358
2636, 3061, 3134, 3334, 3340, 3403, 3404 Mr. Morrill..... 785, 995, 1191, 1249, 1303,

Mr. Sumner.....

..359
resolutions by.
........161, 607, 2596
1333, 1334, 1335, 1336, 1379, 1451, 1474,

Mr. Trumbull....

.259
remarks on tea, sugar, and coffee duties, 222, 240

1476, 1477, 1479, 1496, 1497, 1502, 1503,

Mr. Wilson, of Massachusetts.........161,
remarks on the purchase of Government veg-
1504, 1516, 1518, 1519, 1520, 1521, 1522

185, 207, 358, 359
sels........
...247 Mr. Pomeroy, 1285, 1286, 1470, 1471, 1778 yeas and nays on the..........

....207
remarks on the appropriation for cotton and

Mr. Powell.... .1333, 1474, 1504, 1523 bill (S. No. 133) to repeal an act approved Sep-
tobacco seed....

.....607 Mr. Saulsbury .1333, 1356, 1357, tember 18, 1850, to amend an act and supple-
remarks on the resolution relating to a national

1359, 1360, 1379, 1504, 1518, 1519, 1520 mentary to the act respecting fugitives from
savings institution.....

.607,723
Mr. Sherman

...1479, 1525

justice and persons escaping from the service
remarks on the bill defining the pay of Army Mr. Sumner.

.1286, of their masters, approved February 12, 1793,
officers........
.667, 673, 675
1379, 1446, 1471, 1479, 1516, 1518

175, 177
remarks on the fortification bill... ...742

Mr. Ten Eyck. ... 1516, 1517, 1519 resolutions relating to.....
remarks on the Treasury note bill, 793, 794, 800

Mr. Trumbull
.1285, 1303, 1333,

19, 88, 89, 130, 1015, 1514, 1598, 1624,
remarks on the bill lo establish an agricultural

1479, 1496, 1583, 1517, 1519, 1520, 1522

1711, 2275, 2305, 2327, 2341, 2638, 2773
bureau..... 1296, 1390, 1598, 1690, 1692, 1755,

Mr. Wade

.1522 joint resolution to grant aid to the States of Ma-
1756, 1916, 1991, 2013, 5014, 2015, 2016

Mr. Wilkinson...

...1375, ryland and Delaware to emancipate certain
remarks on the tax bill..

.1966,
1376, 1377, 1478, 1379, 1522

persons held to service or labor in said States,
2258, 2259, 2261, 2262, 2284, 2286, 2288, Mr. Willey..

..1286,

1133
2330, 2332, 2336, 2337, 2338, 2350, 2353,

1299, 1376, 1377, 1472, 1477, 1478, 1479 joint resolutions of the Legislature of Ohio, rela-
2369, 2370, 2374, 2375, 2376, 2378, 2401,

Mr. Wilmot.......

...1520 tive to the rebel officers in Columbus and
2402, 2403, 2420, 2421, 2422, 2423, 2424,

Mr. Wilson, of: Massachusetts... .89, Camp Chase prison and, in Camp Chase,
2425, 2426, 2443, 2444, 2445, 2446, 2449,
153, 1249, 1267, 1268, 1285, 1338 Ohio........

........1831, 1844
2450, 2463, 2472, 2473, 2474, 2475, 2480,

1339, 1350, 1379, 1504, 1520, 1523 bill to abolish the coastwise traffic in, and to
2483, 2484, 2485, 2486, 2487, 2488, 2489,
Mr. Wilson, of Missouri..... . 1503

prohibit the transportation of slaves under the
2490, 2491, 2492, 2493, 2517, 2519, 2524, Mr. Wright...1451, 1467, 1496, 1518, 1519 flag of the United States ..

...1914
2525, 2540, 2541, 2542, 2544, 2545, 2549, yeas and nays on the.... ..1333, 1356, 1379, bill (S. No. 335) to enable persons held as, to
2550, 2551, 2553, 2554, 2556, 2558, 2559,

1474, 1479, 1518, 1519, 1522, 1523, 1526 establish their right to freedom, under the pro-
2560, 2575, 2576, 2577, 2578, 2600, 2606, joint resolution (No. 48) declaring that Con-. visions of the act approved August 6, 1861, to

2607, 2608, 2609, 2010, 2874, 2876, 2877 gress ought to coöperate with, affording pe confiscate property used for insurrectionary
remarks on Indian appropriation bill, 2116, 2125 cuniary aid to, any State which may adopt purposes......

......2451
remarks on bill to punish treason....2228, 2229 the gradual abolishment of......1112, 1180, bill (H. R. No. 472) to free from servitude the,
remarks on Treasury note bill, No 187...3076,

1298, 1332, 1371, 1390, 1490, 1598, 1650 of certain rebels engaged in or abetting the
3077 remarks on the, by-

existing rebellion against the Government of
resolution for the expulsion of, 3061, 3167, 3320 Mr. Browning...

1372, 1375 the United States...............2776, 2832, 2871
Simmons, James F., bill for relief of...2692, 2719

Mr. Collamer

.... 1375 bill providing for the payment for persons held
Simmons, Seneca G., bill for relief of, 2693, 2717

Mr. Davis..... 1333, 1371, 1373, 1375, 1493 as, liberated by any State...........3322, 3323
Simpson, George B., bill for the relief of.... 1935, Mr. Doolittle....

1371 bill (No. 374) to secure freedom to all persons
1936, 3216, 3353, 3404
Mr. Grimes......

..1496 within the Territories of the United States,
Skirving, John, bill for the relief of..............13,

Mr. Henderson...

.1375, 1390

2061, 2064, 2139, 2618, 2624, 2774, 2871
49, 1229, 1935, 1936, 1979, 2018, 2139

Mr. Latham.....

1494 employment of, in the Army: bill (S. No.384)
Slave-owners in the District of Columbia...1712, Mr. McDougall

1373 to amend the act calling forth the militia to
1843, 1854, 2112
Mr. Morrill....

.1375, 1492 execute the laws of the Union, to suppress
Slavery, bill (S. No. 78) for the confiscation of the Mr. Powell

.....1298, 1374 insurrections, and repel invasions, approved
property of rebels, and giving freedom to the Mr. Saulsbury.......1298, 1332, 1372, 1490 February 28, 1795...

..3178,
persons they hold in........... 1, 18, 334, 1556

Mr. Sherman...

..1333,

3197, 3227, 3249, 3255, 3273
bill (No. 351) supplementary to the act for the

1371, 1490, 1491, 1492, 1493, 1494, 1496 bill (S. No. 394) to amend the act calling forth
release of certain persons held to service or

Mr. Sumner..

1373

the militia to execute the laws of the Union,
labor in the District of Columbia, approved

Mr. Thomson

.1496

suppressinsurrections, and repelinvasions,
April 16, 1862....

..2674,
Mr. Trumbull

.1298, approved February 28, 1795, and the acts
2892, 3136, 3138, 3217, 3312

1332, 1333, 1371, 1490, 1492 amendatory thereof... ....3289, 3320,
bill (S. No.331) to relieve the national Govern-

Mr. Wilkinson.....

....1373

3337, 3338, 3340, 3341, 3384, 3402, 3403
ment of all obligation to support, and of all Mr. Willey .............

.1372, 1492 remarks on the, by-
responsibility for it under the Constitution, yeas and nays on the....... ..1375, 1496 Mr. Browning

...3207, 3234,
2342 || Slaves, bill (S. No. 151) to confiscate the prop-

3235, 3236, 3249, 3338, 3339, 3341, 3342
bill (S. No. 108) for the release of certain per erty and free the, of rebels, 1,18,334, 849,942, Mr. Carlile

.3198, 3347
sons held in, in the District of Colum-
945, 986,998, 1021, 1040, 1049, 1074, 1136,

Mr. Chandler..

3257
bia ....

...89, 153,
1157, 1544, 1557, 1569, 1604, 1626, 1652,

Mr. Clark

.3233
785, 995, 1191, 1249, 1266, 1285,
1680, 1714, 1742, 1757, 1776, 1808, 1845,

Mr. Collamer

.3199,
1299, 1319, 1333, 1350, 1375, 1446,
1856, 1873, 1895, 1916, 1940, 1953, 1991

3227, 3228, 3231, 3233, 3252, 3321, 3322
1467, 1496, 1516, 1650, 1652, 1680 surrender of, by the Army, bill (H. R. No. 209)

Mr. Cowan....

.3227,
remarks on the, by-
to make an additionalarticle of war, 130,959,

3233, 3249, 3250, 3251, 3252, 3253, 3254
Mr. Bayard... 1504, 1519, 1521, 1523, 1525

1048, 1142, 1180, 1246, 1514, 1650, 1893

Mr. Davis.....

...3203, 3204,
Mr. Browning
...1285, remarks on the, by-

3205, 3206, 3229, 3252, 3255, 3256, 3257
1474, 1475, 1504, 1520, 1521, 1522, 1526 Mr. Anthony.

1143

Mr. Doolittle.........3:229, 3230, 3233, 3347
Mr. Carlile......

..1377
Mr. Carlile...

1142
Mr. Fessenden

..3200, 3201, 3256
Mr. Chandler..

.1479
Mr. Collamer....

1142
Mr. Foster......

...3337
Mr. Clark...

.1011,
Mr. Cowan.....

...130

Mr. Grimes..........3198, 3203, 3206, 3227,
1303, 1338, 1473, 1474, 1475, 1476,

Mr. Davis......
.1048, 1142, 1893

3229, 3232, 3234, 3252, 3321, 33:22, 3340
1477, 1479, 1496, 1497, 1516, 1519, 1520

Mr. Grimes..

...1650, 1651
Mr. Hale..

...3230,
Mr. Collamer....... 1191, 1285, 1333, 1334,

Mr. Howard.

1143

3232, 3234, 3249, 2255, 3321, 3322
1476, 1479, 1497, 1498, 1518, 1521, 1522
Mr. McDougall... .1142, 1143, 1651

Mr. Harlan...3236, 3237, 3254, 3255, 3339
Mr. Davis....... .1191, 1334, 1335, 1336,

Mr. Saulsbury.
1142, 1143, 1893
Mr, Harris

....3321, 3341
1337, 1338, 1358, 1378, 1379, 1446, 1474,

Mr. Sherman..........

.1143, 1651

Mr. Henderson ..... .3231, 3232, 3233,
1496, 1497, 1498, 1499, 1500, 1502, 1503

Mr. Sumner....

. 130, 1893

3234, 3342, 2346, 3347, 3348, 3349, 3350
Mr. Dixon.....

..]333
Mr. Wilson, of Massachusetts... .1514,

Mr. Howard....

.3234,
Mr. Doolittle..
.1191,
1650, 1652, 1893

3256, 3338, 3339, 3342, 3351
1266, 1285, 1319, 1333, 1522 yeas and nays on the...................1142, 1143

Mr. Howe.....

........3250, 3341
Mr. Fessenden
.... 1471, 1472 bill (S. No. 126) in relation to the arrest of per Mr. Kennedy

..3237
Mr. Grimes....

...1470, 1476, 1503 sons claimed to be held to service or labor, Mr. King.....3198, 3227, 3228, 3229, 3231,
Mr. Hale....

..1192,
by the officers of the military or naval ser-

3233, 3234, 3237, 3251, 3252, 3321, 3322
1266, 1267, 1319, 1338, 1497, 1522
vice of the United States...... ......161, Mr. Lane, of Kansas.....

.3233,
Mr. Harlan..... .1333, 1357, 1358, 1359

185, 207, 358

3235, 3236, 3322, 3337, 3338, 3341, 3351

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