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Dawes, Henry L., a Representative from Massa-

thusells- Continued.
remarks on the lowa election.........2022, 2023
remarks on prohibition of slavery... 2041, 2054
remarks on transferring the superintendence of
the public buildings.......

..2107
remarks on disqualifications of color in carry-
ing the mails.........

2232
remarks on the pay of certain Army officers,

2684, 2685
remarks on the employment of convicts..2669,

2670, 2687
remarks on the occupation of the White House

in Virginia....... .............2738, 2739
remarks on the North Carolina contested elec-
tion.........

..2846, 2879, 2880, 2910
remarks on Treasury note bill No.187,2886,2889
remarks on the election of Representatives by

single districts..................2910, 2911, 2912
remarks on the claims for losses by the rebel-
lion.........

...2977
remarks on the naval appropriation bill....3058
Dead Letter Office, bill to promote the efficiency

of the... ........148, 365, 379, 385, 435
Defenses, bill(H.R. No.416) authorizing appoint-

ment of a board of fortifications to provide for
seacoast and other of the United States....1788,

18:22, 1904, 2107, 2379, 2431, 2537, 2589
bill to establish additional, on the northern
lakes

........... 1966, 2819
bill (H. R. No. 165) making an appropriation
for completing the, of Washington..... .157,

467, 480, 549, 566, 610, 642, 718, 828
(See Fortifications.)
Deficiency, bill (H. 'R. 'No. 404) to provide for

the, in the appropriation for the pay of the
two and three years volunteers, and the offi-
cers and men actually employed in the West-

ern department, 1862, 1684, 2023, 2029, 2127
Delano, Charles, a Representative from Massa-
chusetts....

...325,
379,380,478,485,594,665,985,999, 1090,
1217, 1268, 1286, 1330, 1432, 1657, 1660,
1670, 1930, 2021, 2111,2128, 2136, 2156,
2157, 2178, 2181, 2233, 2359, 2414, 2435,
2439, 2589, 2594, 2638, 2665, 2667, 2668,

2671, 2686, 2688, 2690, 2692, 2763, 2764
resolutions by......

.....1432, 2233
remarks on the Army bill..

......577
remarks on the election of Charles H. Upton,

609, 610, 984, 985, 1001,

1002, 2003, 2004, 1005, 1006
remarks on the bill to establish a national found.
ery ......

........999, 1000, 1022
remarks on the tax bill...

..1364,
1365, 1389, 1413, 1456, 1460, 1462, 1463,

1480, 1484, 1489, 1508, 1509, 1576, 2891
remarks on the bill abolishing slavery in the
District of Columbia........

..1645
remarks on the exchange of Col.Corcoran, 1670
remarks on the civil bill. .............1722, 1723
remarks on the codification of the laws of the

District of Columbia .........................2156
remarks on the employment of convicts... 2668,

2669, 2670, 2671, 2687
remarks on transferring the superintendence of
· the penitentiary..... ..2687, 2638, 2689

remarks on the tariff bill..... ......2984, 2985
Delaplaine, Isaac C., a Representative from New
York ......

.......... 104
Demands-see Accounts.
Denham, John, and George Townsby, bill for the

benefit of the heirs of............. ...1097, 2184
Depositions-see Courts.
Dickson, Susan, bill for the relief of... 1846, 3243
Diplomatic and consular system, bill to amend the

act of August 18, 1861, to regulate the, of the

United States............1046, 1562, 1697, 1846
Diplomatic representatives, bill (S. No. 184) to

authorize the President of the United States
to appoint, to the republics of Hayti and Li-
beria respectively..

...1829,
2498, 2527, 2532, 2535, 2567, 2906
Disbursing officers-see Accounts.
District attorneys, bill lo regulate the compensa-

tion of....... . 1590, 1660, 2565, 2567, 2587
District of Columbia, the Committee for the, 1083,

2414, 2526
instructions to

15, 36,
172, 189, 229, 306, 1251, 1252, 2233, 3080
reports from..39, 218, 364, 665, 939, 955, 1043,

1084, 1192, 1217, 1236, 1252, 1723, 1886,

2156, 2157, 2614, 2667, 2668, 2671, 3105
discharged from subjects ........ .....1268, 1657

District of Columbia, bill to provide for the res District of Columbia, Continued.

toration of the county of Alexandria, Vir bill to incorporate the Guardian Society to re-
ginia, to the....

.......... .15 form juvenile offenders in the ............. 1833,
bill to abolish slavery in the.................16, 36

2157, 2846, 2906, 3022, 3082
bill for the repeal of certain laws relating to bill for the relief of the assistant surgeons,
passes in the
......

.24 medical cadets, sisters of charity, and ser-
bill for the erection of a new jail in the........61 vants, sufferers by the burning of the Wash-
bill incorporating the Washington and George ington Infirmary on the night of the 3d of
town Railway Company..,

.....100, November, 1861....... 1924, 2715, 2769, 2790

147, 171, 665, 939 bill No. 279) providing for the selection of
bill for completing the defenses of Washing jurors to serve in the several courts in the,
ton..157,467,480, 549, 566, 610, 642, 718, 828

2044, 2153, 2667, 2714
bill to amend an act to prohibit the sale of spirit bill (H. R. No. 467) prescribing the qualifica-

uous liquors and intoxicating drinks in the, tion of attorneys and solicitors in the courts
in certain cases, approved August 5, 1861, of the United States and in the....2081, 2157

168, 3261, 3293 bill to extend the charter of the Washington and
bill amending the act to incorporate the Colum Alexandria Railroad Company.....2100, 2671

bia Institution for the Instruction of the Deaf bill (No. 465) to purchase an hospital in the city
and Dumb and the Blind, and making appro. of Washington..........2065, 2383, 2414, 2435
priations for the benefit thereof............ 168, bill to authorize the Secretary of the Interior,

364, 566, 1166, 1227, 1614 in conjunction with the Mayors of Washing-
joint resolution for the sale of the ruins of the ton and Georgetown, to locate and contract

Washington Infirmary ..... 168,365, 374, 398 for the construction of a penitentiary, jail,
bill to incorporate the Union Railroad Com and house of correction in the, 2111,2156, 2687

pany, and to authorize the construction of a bill (S. No. 290) to provide for the education
railroad in certain streets and avenues of the of colored children of the cities of Washing-
cities of Washington and Georgetown, in ton and Georgetown ..........2153, 2157, 2230
the .......

..... 199

bill(S.No.265) to incorporate the Mount Olivet
bill to repeal all laws prohibiting the circulation Cemetery Company in the...2153, 2614, 2620

of bank notes of a less denomination than bill authorizing the appointment of a cadet to
five dollars in the.......

.298 the Military Academy at West Point from
bill in regard to the administration of criminal the.......

...2178
justice in the ...

....344, 427 joint resolution (S. No. 86) regulating the em-
bill to transfer the penitentiary buildings in the, ployment of convicts in the penitentiary in

to the War Department, to be used as an the, 2638, 2668, 2686, 3362, 3363, 3364, 3397
arsenal....

....377, 2107 bill relating to schools for the education of col-
bill to incorporate the Washington Railway ored children in the cities of Washington and
Company .........
....594 Georgetown, in the .......

..2879,
bill to authorize a railway along Pennsylvania

3105, 3128, 3153, 3297
avenue, in the city of Washington........813 bill explanatory of an act for the release of cer-
bill to repeal that part of the act of Congress tain persons held to service or labor in the,
which prohibits the circulation of bank notes

2879, 2933
of a less denomination than five dollars in the, bill to incorporate a bank in the.............. 2904

1022, 1564, 1589, 2667, 2714 bill prohibiting the confinement of persons in
bill (No. 178) to incorporate the Washington the military service of the United States in
and Georgetown Railway Company.... 1043, the penitentiary of the, except as a punish-

1044, 2021, 2110, 2157, 2183 ment for certain crimes, and to discharge
bill to authorize the issue of small notes in the, therefrom certain convicts by sentences of

1062, 1084 courts-martial....3129, 3301, 3394, 3398, 3405
bill to incorporate the Union Gas-Light Com bill (S. No. 351) supplementary to the act for

pany in the city of Washington, 1071, 2157 the release of certain persons held to service
bill (No. 222) to provide for the codification and in the

....3154, 3215, 3260
revision of the laws of the................. 1089, bill (S. No. 316) to provide for the payment of

1166, 2156, 2181, 2208 firies and penalties collected by, or paid to,
bill (No.197) to authorize the appointment of a the justices of the peace of the.....3214, 3260

warden of the jail in the............. 1166, 2157 bill (No. 250) to amend an act to create a me-
bill for the release of certain persons held to tropolitan police district of the, and to estab-
service or labor in the.......1192, 1564, 1589, lish a police therefor, approved August 6,
1613, 1614, 1629, 1655, 1660, 1686, 1924 1861......

.3328, 3367
bill to authorize the Secretary of the Interior, bill to regulate public places of amusement in
. in conjunction with the Mayors of Wash the........

.......3396
ington and Georgetown, to build a jail for joint resolution (No. 108) requiring the super-
the

.1217 intendent of the metropolitan police to pay
bill (H. R. No. 331) to authorize the banks in over certain moneys collected for fines and

the, to issue and circulate notes of less de penalties, to constitute a contingent fund for
nomination than five dollars ....... 1236, 1252 certain purposes......

.3400, 3405
bill (No. 226) authorizing the opening of Sixth | Diven, Alexander Ss, a Representative from New

.....1270, York... 100, 118, 169, 228, 322, 333, 378, 399,
1308, 1312, 1341, 1370, 2111, 3158,

759,785,839,850,878,954,957, 1024, 1043,
bill (No. 241) to authorize the corporation of

1227, 1251, 1340, 1505, 1681, 1711, 1770,
Georgetown, in the, to lay and collect a water

1829, 1909, 1930, 2392, 2536, 2560, 3152
tax .................1564, 1589, 2100, 2157, 2230 resolutions by.....

.......21, 169, 1251
bill (No. 240) to provide for the public instruc remarks on the detention of the Perthshire, 12

tion of youth in primary schools throughout remarks on the seizure of the Trent...........212
the county of Washington, in the, without remarks on the civil bill.............. 278, 282, 283
the limits of the cities of Washington and remarks on the state of the Union .............406,
Georgetown............ 1564, 1590, 2157, 2208

407, 436, 437, 438, 439
bill (No. 124) relating to the highways in the remarks on the Treasury note bill... ......692,
county of Washington and...... .....1564,

887, 888, 901
1590, 1886, 1906, 1924, 1998 remarks on the organization of the staff of the
bill to repeal certain laws and ordinances in the, Army ........

........1102
relative to persons of color .........1593, 3105 remarks on the resolution for the gradual
bill (S. No. 370) concerning the courts of the abolishment of slavery, 1149, 1152, 1168, 1169

United States, and for the... ........1684, remarks on the bill relating to the courts in
bill (S. No. 271) prescribing the qualification New York.......

.952
of electors in ihe cities of Washington and remarks on the tax bill, 1221, 1224, 1240, 1310,
Georgetown, in the ... 1704, 1822, 2157, 2208

1405, 1406, 1410, 1412, 1433, 1434, 1462,
joint resolution (H. R. No.68) authorizing the

1511, 1512, 1513, 1527, 1532, 1533, 1536
payment of certain moneys heretofore appro remarks on the bill to abolish slavery in the
priated for the completion of the Washington District of Columbia .......

.1648
aqueduct.... 1723, 2079, 2153, 2646, 2662, 2744 remarks on the bill amending the Court of
bill to amend an act to continue, alter, and Claims act....... 1671, 1672, 1673, 1674, 1675

amend the charter of the city of Washing remarks on the confiscation of rebel property,
ton

1833

1302, 1818, 1819, 1820, 2074, 2561

street west..

Diven, Alexander S., a Representative from New Du Pont, Captain Samuel F., joint resolution (No. || Elections, the Committee of, instructions to, 150,
York- Continued.
44) tendering the thanks of Congress to, offi-

229
remarks on Government contracts.... .1743, cers, petty officers, seamen, and marines under

reports from...

.....15, 32, 132, 210,
1744, 1745, 1746, 1747, 1748, 1749, 1752, 1753 his command, for the victory at Port Royal,

564, 563,775, 975, 976, 1040, 1452,
remarks on prohibition of slavery...2043, 2044

710, 873, 878

1527, 1629, 1656, 1671, 2321, 2737
remarks on the state of the Union.... ...2074 joint resolution (H. R. No. 93) tendering the discharged from subjects..... ......1656
remarks on the bill to secure the speedy trans thanks of Congress to, for his services and Electors-see District of Columbia.

portation of the mails..........2289, 2290 2291 gallantry in action.... .... 1339, 3084 Eliot, Thomas D., a Representative from Massa-
remarks on the financial policy of the Govern Duties, bill io increase the, upon tea, coffee, and chusetts

...5, 16, 34, 145,
ment ........ ..... 2383, 2385, 2386, 2388, 2389 sugar......... 168, 169, 173, 174, 189, 198, 258

157, 173, 398, 400, 454, 592, 785, 877, 950,
remarks on the bill for the collection oftaxes, 2412 joint resolution (H. R. No. 26) explanatory of

1192, 1251, 1483, 1551, 1723, 1743, 1788,
remarks on the bill to quiet California land an act to increase the, on tea, coffee, and

1994, 1995, 2137, 2139, 2153, 2177, 2233,
titles........

...2640
sugar, approved December 24, 1861, 198, 258

2297, 2305, 2327, 2614, 2622, 2623, 2663,
Documents, joint resolution providing for the dis bill to amend an act supplemental to and amend-

2665, 2762, 2769, 2908, 3081, 3156, 3186,
tribution of certain books and ........... ...57 ing the act regulating the, upon imports and

3259, 3266, 3367, 3395, 3399, 3400, 3407
bill (S. No. 336) for the further distribution of tonnage, passed 24 March, 1799, and for other resolutions by... .S, 157, 1192, 1743, 2622
public....

..........2975, 3214

purposes, approved March 1, 1823........877 remarks on the disposition of slaves within mil-
joint resolution (H. R. No. 100) providing for (See Arms; Revenue.)

itary districts..

...5, 34, 78, 79
the distribution of certain books and public, || Dyer, Joseph W., and others, bill for the relief remarks on the bill to prohibit the Coolie trade,
now in the Departinent of the Interior, 3154, of.....

..3023, 3215

16, 350, 352, 838
3188, 3207

remarks on the civil bill.......

.....276
bill to provide for the folding and distribution of,

E.

remarks on the bill relating to depositions, 952
for the House of Representatives, 1093, 1562 | Eaton, Joseph B., bill for the relief of, 228, 1928 remarks on the legislative bill......... 1091, 1093
Dodd, William B., and others, bill for the relief || Edgerton, Sidney, a Representative from Ohio,

remarks on the resolution for the gradual abol-
of.......
......2709, 2933, 3022, 3082

5, 570, 593, 1086, 1340, 1462,"1563, 1925, ishment of slavery......... ..1152, 1153, 1154
Dome-see Interior Department.

2393, 2409, 2414, 2536, 2560, 2692, 2954 remarks on the tax bill..... ..1219, 1222,
Drunkenness in the Army, resolution relating to, remarks on the newspaper postage bill..... 423

1223, 1236, 1237, 1238, 1239, 1240, 1242,
1766, 1930 Edwards, Thomas M., a Representative from

1259, 1293, 1385, 1486, 1549, 1564, 2891
Duell, R. Holland, a Representative from New New Hampshire.......

.........16, remarks on the resolution of thanks to Captain
York.......

......... 77,
57, 117, 135, 146, 257, 344, 350, 352, 378,

Foote..........

.1235
99, 124, 156, 167, 169, 178, 182, 189, 199,

384,398, 481,613,614,695,909,912, 1027, remarks on confiscation bills No. 471 and 472,
228, 435, 879, 1041, 1043, 1083, 1085,
1084, 1085, 1086, 1178, 1192, 1198, 1217,

1836, 2128, 2223, 2323, 2356, 2357, 2358,
1217, 1236, 1340, 1656, 1928, 1966, 2178,
1250, 1252, 1340, 1431, 1480, 1657, 1698,

2361, 2764, 2765, 2791, 2792, 2793, 2794,
2184, 2185, 2560, 2708, 3151, 3207, 3292
1724, 1725, 2341, 2382, 2622, 2624, 2641,

3106, 3107, 3187, 3188, 3266, 3267, 3268
resolutions by...
.169, 182, 189, 1041

2847, 2904, 2906, 2955, 3060, 3101, 3107, remarks on the abolition of certain collection
remarks on the civil bill.................... 216, 283
3130, 3152, 3214, 3295, 3299, 3363, 3366 districts.......

.......... 2137, 2138
remarks on the bill to abolish the franking priv [The copy of the speech referred to on page remarks on limiting the compensation of col-
ilege ...............
.250, 251, 252, 254 2341 was not furnished by Mr. E.]

lectors.......

..2138, 2139
remarks on the tax bill.................. 1344, 1529 resolutions by.................. 16, 398, 1480, 2955 remarks on the death of Hon. Goldsmith F.
remarks on the confiscation of rebel property, remarks on the diplomatic bill....152, 485, 486 Bailey .......

.........2159
1796, 2409 remarks on the battle at Ball's Bluff... 192, 194 remarks on the bill for the relief of Francis
Dunlap, George W., a Representative from Ken remarks on the Indian intercourse bill......384, Hüttman................... 2323, 2611, 2612, 2613
lucky..........229, 1227, 1698, 2341, 262, 3109

385, 478, 481 Ely, Alfred, a Representative from New York,
resolution by...
... 3109 remarks on the civil bill.

...279

1730, 1846, 1924, 1925, 2106,
remarks on the death of Hon. E. D. Baker, 64 remarks on the legislative bill...

.442,

2183, 2711, 2845, 2956, 3244
remarks on the Kentucky volunteers bill... 103

443, 532, 1091, 1092 remarks on the bill to grant pensions..

1928, 2106
remarks on the state of the Union, 596,597,599 remarks on war claims of the States...456, 568 remarks on confiscation......... 2356, 2361
remarks on the tax bill
...1304, remarks on the Army bill.......

...578

remarks on the Illinois ship canal.... 2711, 3027
1305, 1307, 1311, 1347, 1529, 1564 remarks on the Treasury note bill......615, 682 || Emancipation: bill (S. No. 108) for the release of
remarks on the bill to grant pensions.......2101 remarks on the resolution relating to railroads certain persons held to service or labor in the
Dunn, W. McKee, a Representative from Indiana, in Missouri.....

.......811, 812

District of Columbia .........1192, 1564, 1589,
7, 15, 56, 157, 171, 172, 173, 364, 378, remarks on the bill relating to sutlers, 1147, 1148

1613, 1614, 1629, 1655, 1660, 1686, 1924
379, 400, 436, 477,547, 593, 708, 827,840, remarks on the tax bill...

..1220, joint resolution (No.48) declaring that Congress
878, 1006, 1042, 1046, 1117, 1192, 1236,

1222, 1224, 1225, 1226, 1241, 1244, ought to coöperate with, affording pecuniary
1340, 1432, 1504, 1562, 1581, 1588, 1660,

1256, 1257, 1276, 1277, 1278, 1293, 1294, aid to, any State which may adopt the grad-
1722, 1728, 1729, 1743, 1763, 1770, 1820,
1295, 1313, 1322, 1324, 1327, 1328, 1329, ual abolishment of........

....1102,
1821, 1906, 2126, 2537, 2589, 2684, 2708,
1345, 1362, 1363, 1364, 1366, 1436, 1437,

1112, 1149, 1152, 1153, 1168, 1179, 1192,
2709, 2711, 2712, 2713, 2737, 2744, 2762,
1454, 1462, 1482, 1484, 1485, 1509, 1511,

1504, 1510, 1514, 1509, 1608, 1634, 1660
2763, 2772, 2798, 2819, 2845, 2887, 2889,

1512, 1527, 1528, 1530, 1534, 1536, 1550 (See Confiscation; Rebellion; Slavery.)
2904, 2905, 3081, 3087, 3109, 3130, 3243, remarks on the medical department of the Emigrants

nts—see Washington Territory.
3294, 3327, 3329, 3330, 3367, 3368, 3369 Army ...........

.........1272, 1588

Engineers--see Army; Volunteers.
resolutions by

.7, 16, 56, remarks on the resolution of thanks to Captain | English, James E., a Representative from Con-
157, 171, 172, 708, 841, 1042, 1340, 1743 Ericsson ....

....1431 necticut.......

.......398,
remarks on the battle at Ball's Bluff... 196, 197 remarks on the bill abolishing slavery in the

805, 831, 2613, 2620, 2743, 3123, 3156
remarks on the war claims of the States....567 District of Columbia.......... .1645, 1646 remarks on the fortification bill.... ..382
remarks on the naval bill................832, 1609 remarks on the Pacific railroad bill.........1703, remarks on the Treasury note bill......661, 887
remarks on the rendition of slaves by the Army,

1704, 1705, 1709 remarks on emancipation resolution........ 1169
956, 958, 959 remarks on the bill providing bounty for the remarks on tax bill...

1289, 290,
remarks on the organization of the staff of the heirs of volunteers.....

.1724,

1308, 1325, 1383, 1404, 1407,
Army.......

..1100
1742, 2078, 2079, 2080, 2690

1414, 1436, 1437, 1511, 2890
remarks on the bill relating to sutlers ......1145 remarks on the confiscation of rebel property, remarks on the occupation of the White House
remarks on the bill relating to hospital chap-

1804, 1820, 2409 in Virginia......

...2738, 2739
lains.......

..... 1085, 1086, 1087 remarks on the state of the Union... 1828, 1829 remarks on the Treasury note bill No 187..2884,
remarks on the bill for the relief of John G. remarks on the bill to grant pensions.......2102

2885, 2889, 2903
Mini ........

......1117, 1118 remarks on the naval bill for 1863...2211, 3080 remarks on the tariff bill........ ...2982, 3054
remarks on the tax bill...

... 1287, remarks on the bill for the collection of direct Enlistments-see Army; Minors.

1347, 1438, 1439, 1458 taxes.......... ...........2411, 2412, 2414 Enrolled Bills, Committee on, reports from..147,
remarks on the Army medical department, 1587 remarks on the District hospital bill........2436

167, 170, 171, 174, 198, 231, 259, 350, 374,
remarks on the bill abolishing slavery in the remarks on the Indian bill.....

...2495

384, 385, 398, 435, 454, 478, 500, 520, 527,
District of Columbia...1645, 1646, 1647, 1648 remarks on the bill regulating the compensation

594, 612, 642, 695, 726, 730, 760, 777, 807,
remarks on the Pacific railroad bill........ 1701, of district attorneys....

.2566, 2567

855, 878, 901, 957, 1001, 1006, 1010, 1036,
1702, 1709 remarks on the pay of certain Army officers,

1058, 1061, 1087, 1091, 1154, 1168, 1192,
remarks on the confiscation of rebel property,

2648, 2649, 2650

1227, 1245, 1252, 1254, 1270, 1277, 1342,
1788, 1790, 1792, 1793, 1794 remarks on the Treasury note bill No. 187,

1403, 1461, 1462, 1536, 1566, 1608, 1646,
remarks on the District hospital bill....... 2435,

2797, 2798, 2888

1660, 1677, 1681, 1698, 1699, 1723, 1753,
2437, 2438 remarks on the bill relating to the abstracted

1770, 1796, 1820, 1913, 1924, 1942, 1976,
remarks on the bill amending the judicial sys Indian bonds........ ..........3156, 3157, 3158

2023, 2029, 2101, 2110, 2157, 2183, 2208,
tem .........
....2565 | Ehle, Herman J., bill for the relief of, 1846, 2714

2230, 2291, 2322, 2392, 2433, 2496, 2535,
remarks on the pay of certain Army officers, Election, bill to fix the time for the, of Represent-

2560, 2567, 2620, 2621, 2684, 2708, 2714,
2685, 2686 ativesin the Congress ofthe United Staies, 2065

2737, 2766, 2770, 2790, 2792, 2825, 2845,
remarks on the occupation of the White House, bill (H. R. No. 525) in relation to the, of Rep-

2906, 3022, 3031, 3055, 3083, 3120, 3128,
in Virginia.......
...... 2738 resentatives to Congress by single districts,

3129, 3153, 3184, 3185, 3209, 3238, 3243,
remarks on the bill relating to the engineer

2910

3260, 3266, 3293, 3294, 3302, 3326, 3332,
corps...............3209, 3210, 3211, 3212, 3213 (See Contested election; Representatives.)

3367, 3394, 3396, 3398, 3400, 3404, 3407

ware..

Ericsson, Captain John, joint resolution (H. R. | Fisher, George P., a Representative from Dela Frauds-Continued.
No. 50) presenting thanks of Congress to,

....760, 1022, 1532, 1933, 1934, bill to punish, on the Treasury. ..........1966
for the enterprist', skill, energy, and forecast

1935, 2054, 2263, 2565, 2906, 2935, 3264 bill relating to, in the charter of vessels for the
displayed by him in the construction of his resolutions by.........

.........760
use of the Governinent .......

.2537
iron-clad boat the Monitor..........1192, 1431 remarks on the resolution for the gradual abol Frémont, General John C., remarks on the cam-
Estimates, joint resolution directing the Secretary ishment of slavery......

1174, 1176 paign of, in Missouri...117, 1062, 1118, 1743
of the Treasury to furnish to the Congress of remarks in relation to arrests in the State of Frisbie, Israel, bill for the relief of the children
the United States during each session a scni Delaware......

......... 1933, 1934, 1935 of......

..167, 1928, 1929
monthly statement of the receipts, disburse remarks on prohibition of slavery... 2054, 2066 Fugitive slaves-see Slaves.
ments, and, of the Government, and to publish Fisheries, bill (S. No. 150) for a joint commis- | Furloughs-see Volunteers.
a monthly statement thereof during the recess, sion for the preservation of the Atlantic, 1058,
1562
1166, 1192, 1227

G.
Evans, Jane B., bill for the relief of... 2933, 2955 (See Bounties.)

Gates, Jacob, bill granting pension to... 2956, 3165
Evans, Robert M., bill for the relief of...... 1296, | Floating battery-sce Gunboats; Stevens's battery; || General Burnside, bill to issue a register to the
1729, 3393, 3394, 3405 Ships.

bark........

..2323, 2496, 2708, 2792
Evans, William A., bil for the relief of......3214 Foote, Captain A. H., joint resolution expres Gifts from the King of Siam, joint resolution pro-
Evening sessions..

.2292, 2298 sive of the thanks of Congress to, of the viding for the custody of the letter and..1058,
Exhibition of the Industry of all Nations at Lon United States Navy, and the officers and

1166, 1193, 12:27
don in 1862, bill making an appropriation to men under his command in the western flo Gilbert, W.J., bill for the relief of....2178, 2716
carry into effect the joint resolution approved tilla.........

1222, 1235, 1252, 3079 Goldsborough, Captain Lewis M., joint resolu-
27th of July, 1861, relative to the .........210, joint resolution (No. 102) tendering the thanks tion (No. 61) iendering the thanks of Con-

227, 228, 305, 326 of Congress to, United States Navy....3243, gress to, and officers, petty officers, seamen,
Expenditures on Public Buildings and Grounds,

3328, 3367, 3393, 3405 and marines under his command, for the
the Committee on, instructions to ..........593 Foreign Affairs, the Committee on ....

...9 victory of Roanoke Island ......... ..1054,
reports from ....................148, 457, 3237, 3244 instructions to....

..16, 33, 56, 400

1102, 1166, 1167, 3084, 3182
Expenses of the Government relating to Con-

reports from....

.....56, 147, || Gooch, Daniel W., a Representative from Mas-
gress, bill reported by the joint commission
436, 655, 1022, 1084, 1192, 1193, 1236, sachusetts..

....427,835,
on a reduction of the.....

.....321
1697, 1698, 1846, 19:25, 2710, 3155, 3244

850, 1179, 1846, 1913, 2080, 2182,
Expulsion of John W. Reid, a Representative adverse reports from ..............850, 1697, 1846

2183, 2536, 2537, 2740, 3153, 3155
from Missouri, resolution for the .... .5 discharged from subjects ............... 1657, 2710 resolutions by

....1913
Expulsion of Henry C. Burnett, a Representative | Forster, Thomas, bill for the relief of....850, 1929 remarks on the bill to abolish the franking priv-
from Kentucky...........
..7 Fort Adams, joint resolution for the arming of, ilege.

.252

26:22, 2713 remarks on the conduct of the war... ..839,
F.
Fortifications, and other works of defense, bill

841, 851, 852, 853, 854, 855
Farragut, D. G., bill for the relief of.........2001, (No. 155) making appropriations for the con remarks on Government contracts .1852

2153, 2766, 3083, 3128 struction, preservation, and repairs of certain, remarks on the pension bill......1886, 1927, 19:28
Farragut, Captain David G., of the United States for the year ending June 30, 1863, and addi remarks on the recognition of Hayti and Libe-
Navy, joint resolution (No.83) of thanks to, tional appropriations for the yearending June ria

.2498,
and to the officers and men under his com 30, 1862, 147,353, 380, 781,838, 874, 878, 949

2502, 2505, 2532, 2533, 2534, 2535, 2536
mand.
..2175, 2271, 3084, 3128 bill making appropriations for the, on the north remarks on the tariff bill....

.2985
joint resolution tendering the thanks of Con ern frontier....

...1431 remarks on the naval appropriation bill...3057
gress to the several captains and commanders bill for the defense of the city of Philadelphia, ) Goods unfit for use, joint resolution (H. R. No.
ofthe naval forces in the squadron commanded the river Delaware, and the harbor of refuge 46) relating to the sale of, by the War De-
by Flag-Officer
.....3085 at the Delaware breakwater.....

.182
partment.....

..1085, 1531
Fenton, Reuben E., a Representative from New bill making an appropriation for completing the Goodwin, John N., a Representative from Maine,
York .........3, 6, 60, 101, 146, 169, 250, 306, defenses of Washington.....

..157,

850, 1097, 1228, 1846, 2107, 3213, 3214
377, 380, 477, 478,520,547,564,576,593,

467, 480, 549, 566, 610, 642, 710, 828 Goulding, John, bill for the relief of.........1084,
594, 603, 692, 710, 726, 838, 850, 878,901, bill (No. 416) authorizing the appointment of

1656, 1926, 2292, 2322
910, 912, 930, 947, 950, 1383, 1504, 1544, a board of, to provide for the seacoast and Governor, joint resolution (S. No. 77) for the re-
1555, 1562, 1656, 1657, 1652, 1669, 1815, other defenses of the United States......1788, lief of the officers, &c., on board the transport,
1847, 1924, 1925, 19:28, 1994, 1995, 2010,

1822, 1904, 2107, 2379, 2431, 2537, 2589 on the 3d of November, 1861............. .1704,
2021, 2005, 2106, 2137, 2178, 2181, 2183, Fortification of the great lakes and rivers, select

1822, 3083, 3128
2184, 2185, 2359, 2408, 2709, 2710, 2712, committee on the.........21, 60, 727, 776, 909 Graham, Hannibal, bill for the relief of......2846
2713, 2714, 2792, 2825, 2846, 247, 2889, reports from the ...................1431, 1966, 2819 Graham, Thomas B., claim of.... .........1631,
2907, 2008, 2955, 2978, 3056, 3086, 3087, || Fouke, Philip B., a Representative from Ili-

1822, 2178, 2230
3102, 3155, 3214, 3259, 3362, 3397, 3406

....159, 599, 603, 610, 709, 2647, || Granger, Bradley F., a Representative from
resolutions by...... ..3, 306, 878, 1383, 3102
2953, 3051, 3155, 3214,3268, 3300, 3362 Michigan.......

.100, 147, 198,
remarks on Government contracts...........116, resolutions by..........

.159, 1801, 2953

231, 258, 350, 374, 384, 385, 398, 435, 457,
217, 1849, 1870, 1871 remarks on the campaign in Missouri, 58, 59, 87

478, 500, 520, 527,594,612, 642, 695,726,
remarks on the civil bill......279, 281, 284, 783 remarks personal and explanatory...

....99

730, 752, 760, 807,855, 874,878, 901, 949,
remarks on the bill providing for losses during remarks on the Illinois ship canal...... ..3033

957, 1001, 1006, 1036, 1057, 1059, 1061,
the rebellion......
........947, 1669, Foundery, bill for the establishment of a national,

1091, 1154, 1168, 1179, 1192, 1245, 1254,
2136, 2137, 2153, 2154, 2155, 2379, 2821, at Chicago, Illinois, and at Pittsburg, and

1342, 1403, 1431, 1536, 1566, 1608, 1646,
28:25, 2847, 2904, 2955, 2978, 2986, 3056 other places.......

.1166, 1614

1660, 1681, 1698, 1723, 1753, 1770, 1796,
remarks on the bill to grant pensions...... 1926, joint resolution providing for the establishment

1820, 1913, 1924, 1942, 2023, 2029, 2101,
1927, 2101, 2102, 2103, 2106 of a national, east of the Alleghany mount-

2110, 2183, 2208, 2230, 2291, 2322, 2433,
remarks on discharge of disabled soldiers, 2065 ains, and a national foundery and national

2495, 2496, 2560, 2535, 2621, 2662, 2684,
remarks on pay of the Missouri soldiers, 3241 armory and manufacturing arsenal west of

2708,2714, 2766, 2770, 2790, 2792, 2825,
remarks personal and explanatory ..........3292 that line, and in the valley of the Ohio and

2845, 2906, 3022, 3031, 3055, 3083, 3108,
Fessenden, Samuel C., a Representative from the Mississippi... 1022, 1614, 2763, 3154, 3398

3120, 3128, 3129, 3153, 3125, 3238, 3243,
Maine....36, 56, 116, 141, 189, 400, 593, 828, (See Armory; Arms.)

3260, 3266, 3293, 3302, 3326, 3332, 3367,
1054, 1086, 1251, 1340, 1390, 1562, 1711, Franchot, Richard, a Representative from New

3393, 3394, 3396, 3398, 3400, 3404, 3407
1767, 1846, 21:26, 2157, 2.232, 2305, 2363, York...... ......1743, 1788, 2793, 2795 remarks on the death of Hon. Kinsley S. Bing-
2414, 3080, 3102, 3105, 3187, 3396, 3397 Frank, Augustus, a Representative from New ham.....

46
resolutions by, 36, 56, 189,593, 1054, 1251,3080 York...

......603, 1342, 1577, remarks on the tax bill........

.1389
remarks on the reference of the President's

1590, 1649, 1801, 2029, 23:22, 2415, 2434, || Grant, U. S., bill for the relief of.............1193,
message.....

23
2692, 2906, 3290, 3301, 33:29, 3330, 3407

1628, 2708, 2792
remarks on the homestead bill..

136 resolutions by....

........603, 2322 Grants-sce Private land claims; Public lands; Da-
remarks on the civil bill........ ..275, 276, 285 remarks on the tax bill... 1291, 1292, 1293, 1577 kota.
remarks on the state of the Union..... 400, remarks on the Nebraska election..........2006, Grider, Henry, a Representative from Kentucky,
437, 438, 1200

2321, 2322

7, 167, 229, 398, 838, 98, 956, 1097,
remarks on the resolution relating to railroads Franking privilege, bill to regulate the .....60,

1143, 1562, 1637, 1730, 1767, 2022, 2105,
in Missouri
...811, 1040

1062, 1551, 1612, 1670

2180, 2305, 23:22, 2359, 2664, 2690, 3292
remarks on election of Charles H. Upton, 980 bill in relation to the letters of sailors and ma resolutions by....

...948, 1562
remarks on the bill relating to sutlers......1147 rines in the service of the United States..227, remarks on the resolution for the gradual abol-
remarks on the tax bill
..1258,
384, 435 ishment of slavery..

..1119
1277, 1312, 1344, 1434, 1441, 1459 bill to abolish the........... ..150, 250, 321 remarks on confiscation.......

.1804
remarks on the Army deficiency bill ....... 1684 Fraud, bill to prevent and punish, in the use of remarks on the lowa election........ .2022
remarks on the Pacific railroad bill.... .1707, false stamps, molds, dies, brands, labels, or Grow, Galusha A., a Representative from Pem-
1708, 1710, 1711 trade marks

..399 sylvania.....

.1062
remarks on the prohibition of slavery......2050 (See Contracts.)

remarks on the homestead bill....

.909
remarks on the recognition of Hayti and Libe Frauds, bill to prevent, in the public service, and Guardian Society-see District of Columbia.

.........2502, 2505, 2533 to punish bribery in certain cases.. .227 Gunboats, bill making an appropriation for, on
Fines and penalties-see District of Columbia. bill to punish, upon the Government......... 250 the western waters...........140, 168, 170, 169

1018.....

ria ........

ana

to.......

Gunboats-Continued.

Hayti and Liberia, bill (S. No. 184) to authorize Holman, William S., a Representative from Indi-
bill (H. R. No. 153) to authorize the construc the President of the United States to appoint

- Continued.
tion of twenty iron-clad steam

.123, diplomatic representatives to the republics of, remarks on amending the bounty act.......141,
147, 710, 760, 777, 828 respectively

.1829,

142, 145, 146
bill (H. R. No. 344) to secure to pilots, engi-

2498, 2527, 2532, 2535, 2567, 2906 remarks on the civil bill, 216, 217, 218, 231, 232,
neers, sailors, and crews upon, and war ves Heiskell, Horace M., bill for the relief of....1924

233, 234, 235, 236, 237, 282, 283, 204, 299, .
sels their bounty and pensions......1236, 1321 Hickman, John, a Representative from Pennsyl 304,776, 778,780, 782, 783, 781, 3107,3108
joint resolution providing that the masters on vania......

....3,6, 25, 100, 101, remarks on the legislative bill.... ... 442,
the, in the western waters shall receive the

109, 122, 228, 229, 231, 715,775, 785, 854,

• 443,504, 520,521, 5:22, 527, 528, 529,530,
same benefits given to other officers of cor-

855, 878, 913, 1656, 1677, 1723, 1766,

531, 532, 533, 545, 546, 1087, 1088, 1089
responding grades by the act just passed to

1770, 1839, 2030, 2432, 2433, 2434, 2439, remarks on the resolution relating to railroads
grant pensions...

....3263
2495, 2537, 2821, 2844, 2847, 2849, 3023 in Missouri..

..427, 454, 603, 604,
(See Pensions.)
resolutions by...100, 228, 775, 879, 1681, 2495

605, 614, 655, 708, 709, 710, 805, 806, 809,
Gunboat fleet, bill to transfer the western, from remarks on the Kentucky volunteers bill... 105,

810, 812, 859, 939, 947, 1040, 1046, 1062
the War Department to the Navy Depart-

106, 107, 108 remarks on providing for supplies furnished by
ment....... ...2647, 3393, 3397, 3398, 3405 remarks on the civil bill............. 284, 285, 782 States........455, 456, 457, 565, 566, 567, 568
Gurley, John A., a Representative from Ohio, 19, remarks on the bill to abolish the franking priv remarks on the newspaper postage bill..... 423,
35, 36, 39, 1115, 1192, 1236, 1766, 1913, ilege.........

..251, 257, 261, 262

424, 426
2042, 2068, 2274, 2356, 2536, 3216 remarks on the legislative bill.... ..443 remarks on the diplomatic bill.... 483, 486, 487
resolutions by......

19 remarks on the Treasury note bill...........550, remarks on the naval bill....... ..813, 814,
remarks on the conduct of the war....... ..552,

638, 639, 690, 994

828, 829, 830, 831, 832, 834
553, 569, 570, 574, 575, 576 remarks on the contumacy of Henry Wi remarks personal and explanatory....813, 2206
remarks on the Pacific railroad bill.......... 1891 koff.........

.775, 784, 785, 831 remarks on the medical department of the
remarks on the lowa election........... .2025, remarks on the defenses of Washington...611, Army........

1269, 1270, 1271
2026, 2028

612, 614 remarks on the tax bill.........1278, 1279, 1286,
Guthrie, Abelard, bill for the relief of, 1527, 2184 remarks on the loyalty of Mr. Vallandig-

1287, 1288, 1291, 1292, 1293, 1294,
Guthrie, Quindaro Nancy, and children, bill for ham.........

......879, 880, 881

1296, 1313, 1314, 1322, 1323, 1324,
the relief of....
.2383, 2907, 3239 remarks on the rendition of slaves by the

1326, 1343, 1344, 2681, 2890, 2801
H.

Army........

......956, 957, 958 remarks on the bill abolishing slavery in the

remarks on the state of the Union..........1200, District of Columbia ....................1647, 1618
Haight, Edward, a Representative from New

1202, 1203 remarks on the payment of soldiers' bounty,
York...... ....1071, 1103, 1484, 3399 remarks on the resolution for the gradual abol-

1834, 2077, 2078, 2079, 2080, 2588
remarks on the tax bill.......

......1326

ishment of slavery...........1175, 1176, 1177 remarks on the Pacific railroad bill........ 1891,
Hale, James T., a Representative from Pennsyl remarks on the tax bill..1254, 1255, 1256, 1257,

1911, 1912, 1971
vania ..... ........889, 1084, 1670, 2136,

1362, 1509, 1532, 1534, 1565, 1576, 1577 remarks on the prohibition of slavery.....2042
2137, 2537, 2819, 2847, 3129, 3214, 3215 remarks on confiscation ......

.1303, remarks on the bill

to grant pensions......2102,
remarks on the tax bill..........1369, 1383, 1407
1698, 1770, 1789, 1801, 1802, 1803, 2765

2103, 2104, 2105, 2106, 3213, 3214
Half-pay-see Pensions.

remarks on the naval bill.....

....1611 remarks on the Army appropriations for 1863,
Hall, Jacob, bill for the relief of........1724, 2714 remarks on the bill to abolish slavery in the

2135, 2136
Hall, William A., a Representative from Mis District of Columbia..........1635, 1644, 1645 remarks on claims for losses by the rebellion,
souri........

...398, 2621
remarks on the bill amending the Court of

2155, 2638, 2639, 2976
speech on the state of the Union..............2098 Claims act....

..1674, 1675, 1676 remarks on the naval bill for 1863..2209, 2212,
Halleck and Grant, Generals, resolution of thanks remarks on the bill for the relief of George

2213, 2215, 3058, 3059, 3060, 3081, 3082
..........930, 958 Marshall's sureties............1764, 1765, 1766 remarks on the bill for the reliet of Francis
Halleck, Major General, resolution of thanks to, remarks on the bill to facilitate transportation Hültman.....

2611, 2612
2621 between Washington and New York...2108, remarks on confiscation bill No. 472......2361,
Hanchett, Luther, a Representative from Wis-

2109, 2110

2362, 2363, 2409, 3107
consin.

....1544, 2356, 2361, 2536 remarks on the bill for the collection of direct remarks on the recognition of Hayu and Libe-
Harbor of Erie, bill making appropriation for taxes.....

..........2411, 2412, 2413
ria ......

.2503
the preservation and improvement of the, in | Highways, bill (No. 124) relating to the, in the remarks on the pay of certain Army officers,
the State of Pennsylvania.... 167, 2908, 3102 county of Washington and District of Colum-

2647, 2648, 2649, 2650, 2651,
Harbor of refuge at the Delaware breakwater, bill bia.........1564, 1590, 1886, 1906, 1924, 1998

2663, 2664, 2665, 2683, 2685
for the defense of the city of Philadelphia, || Holidays, joint resolution (No. 84) recommend remarks on the bill for the relief of Sarah F.
the river Delaware, and the............. ..182 ing the observance of the 14th of June and Berryman

.2710, 2711, 2844
(See Fortifications.)

17th of September, annually, as public..2671, remarks on equalizing the grades in the naval
Harbors, bill to preserve from destruction by

2680, 2682 service......

...2742, 2744
natural causes, and protect for national de- || Holman, William S., a Representative from Indi remarks on reorganizing the Navy Department,
fense, the, of Provincetown and the beach ana......
....14, 15, 33, 35, 56, 60, 61, 62, 76, 77,87,

2744, 2745, 2746
of Plymouth, in Massachusetts......398, 2908

101, 117, 118, 141, 145, 148, 149, 150, 153, remarks on the Treasury note bill No. 187,
Harding, Aaron,a Representative from Kentucky,
157, 158, 167, 168, 171, 172, 199, 227, 229,

2883, 2889, 3128
115, 597, 751, 1083, 1097, 1112,

231, 274, 298, 364, 365, 378, 400, 427, 454, remarks on the tariff bill, 2937,2938, 3054,3055
1150, 1193, 1205, 1669, 2311, 2846

478, 481, 533, 546,547,548,578, 593, 629, remarks on the Illinois ship canal.... ...3055,
resolutions by....
...751, 1097, 1669
717, 718, 719, 726, 727, 760, 841, 850, 856,

3056, 3082, 3083, 3107
remarks on the disposition of slaves within

857,874, 878,879, 911,931,932, 937,939, remarks on the bill relating to the engineer corps,
military districts....... ...87, 115, 116
947, 948, 949, 1022, 1024, 1035, 1041,

3210, 3213
remarks personal and explanatory..........1117

1042, 1062, 1070, 1084, 1085, 1086, 1252, Ilomesteads: bill (H. R. No. 125) to secure, to
remarks on the tax bill..

... 1244,

1321, 1340, 1788, 1821, 1829, 1928, 1930, actual settlers on the public domain, and to
1276, 1289, 1290, 1293, 1323, 1369, 1528

1995, 2021, 2106, 2137, 2138, 2178, 2179, provide a bounty to soldiers in lieu of grants
remarks on the bill abolishing slavery in the

2180, 2181, 2182, 2183, 2184, 2185, 2262, of the public lands..14, 39, 40, 132, 133, 909,
District of Columbia........... 1645, 1646

2327, 2359, 2383, 2408, 2415, 2431, 2433,

948, 1010, 1030, 1042, 1972, 2069, 2081,
remarks on the prohibition of slavery......2042

2434, 2439, 2496, 2497, 2536, 2537, 2594,

2157, 2158, 2209, 2215, 2262, 2263, 2321
remarks on the bill for the relief of L. P. N.

2595, 2614, 2623, 2671, 2691, 292, 2708, Hooper, Samuel, a Representative from Massa-
Landrum.......
.........2844, 2845

2709, 2710, 2713, 2714, 2715, 2716, 2737, chusetts, 1193, 1245, 1928, 2233, 2497, 2798,
Harrison, Richard A., a Representative from

2744, 2769, 2770, 2955, 2843, 2844, 2845,

2882, 3266, 3293, 3395, 3396, 3405, 3406
Ohio........
..174, 198, 227, 639,
2892, 2909, 2910, 2912, 2954, 2955, 2956, resolutions by............

.2233, 3293
729, 856, 957, 1084, 1117, 1236, 1681,

2975, 2986, 3033, 3034, 3055, 3056, 3082, remarks on the consular and diplomatic bill,
1834, 1846, 2079, 2185, 2710, 2711, 2844
3083, 3084, 3085, 3086, 3087, 3102, 3103,

151, 152
resolutions by...

.....174

3109, 3130, 3151, 3154, 3155, 3156, 3158, remarks on the Treasury note bill............615,
remarks on the Pennsylvania election, (Butler
3165, 3186, 3213, 3214, 3215, 3237, 3258,

691, 692, 899, 902, 938
rs. Lehman)........

..367, 371
3259, 3261, 3262, 3263, 3268, 3269, 3292, remarks on the tax bill..

.1225,
remarks on the election of Charles H. Upton,

3293, 3299, 3302, 3303, 3326, 3327, 3328,

1292, 1293, 1305, 1307, 1308, 1309,
983, 1004, 1005, 1008
3329, 3330, 3331, 3332, 3363, 3366, 3368,

1311, 1312, 1313, 1326, 1328, 1330, 1343,
remarks on the tax bill....

...1237,
3369, 3370, 3394, 3395, 3397, 3398, 3401

1344, 1347, 1362, 1364, 1365, 1369, 1383,
1253, 1258, 1259, 1277, 1278, 1279, 1291, resolutions by .............. .15, 35, 56, 76, 153,

1385, 1387, 1388, 1404, 1485, 1511, 1512,
1293, 1311, 1322, 1324, 1325, 1326, 1328,

157, 227, 229, 298, 384, 717, 859,

1528, 1532, 1535, 1545, 1550, 1564, 1565
1329, 1361, 1384, 1387, 1528, 1529, 1533

932, 1042, 1340, 2496, 2594, 2737 remarks on the prohibition of slavery......2052
remarks on the bill to grant pensions......2100, remarks on Government contracts... .116, remarks on the tariff bill......

..2985,
2101, 2102, 2105
117, 710, 715, 716, 717, 841, 850, 874,

2986, 3052, 3053, 3054
Hatie, Rose M., bill for the relief of.........2001, 909, 1835, 1842, 1848, 1849, 1850, 1862, Horr, Chauncey A., bill for the relief of.... 1193,

2153, 2763, 2792
1863, 1865, 1868, 1869, 1870, 1887, 1888

1724, 1725
Harrey, Rufus L., bill for the relief of......1925, remarks on the gunboats bill, 123, 124, 147,760 | Horton, Valentine B., a Representative from Ohio,
1942, 2846 remarks on the homestead bill..

133,

345, 603, 912, 1443, 2210
Hayne, Thomas, and others, bill for the relief

134, 135, 136, 948, 1010, 1030, remarks on the Treasury note bill...........661,
of..

1042
1031, 1032, 1033, 1035, 2158

663, 693, 194, 902

Horton, Valentine B., a Representative from Ohio | Indian department, bill making appropriations Jenkins, C. J., and W. W. Mann, adverse decis-
-Continued.

for the current and contingent expenses of ion in the case of.......2908, 3128, 3153, 3297
remarks on the tax bill.....

.1308, the, and for fulfilling treaty stipulations, for John Dyer, bill (S. No. 242) changing the name
1310, 1344, 1362, 1383, 1384, 1385, the year ending June 30, 1863.......593, 932, of ihe American-built schooner, to that of
1386, 1387, 138, 1389, 1390, 1403,
2206, 2215, 2494, 2588, 2682, Dolphin..........

....1341
1404, 1406, 1408, 1409, 1411, 1412, 1414,

2879, 2906, 3050, 3120, 3157 John Faron, bill authorizing the Secretary of the
1432, 1433, 1434, 1435, 1437, 1438, 1439, bill making further appropriations for the same, Treasury to change the vame of the vessel,
1440, 1441, 1442, 1443, 1453, 1454, 1458,

3398, 3404, 3407 to Excelsior.....

.1723
1459, 1460, 1162, 1463, 1464, 1480, 1481, Indian depredations-see New Mexico.

Johnson, James L., bill for the relief of......2907
1482, 1484, 1485, 1486, 1509, 1510, 1512, Indian districts, bill to consolidate the, of the Johnson, Philip, a Representative from Pennsyl-
1513, 1514, 1527, 1528, 1529, 1530, 15:35 State of California......

......1340 vania

........56, 378,
remarks on the District hospital bill......... 2438 Indian reservations of California, bill (No. 190)

399,546,547, 614, 695, 853,939,957,959,
remarks on Treasury note bill No. 187...2794, extending the laws now in force regulating

1022, 1035, 1041, 1043, 1045, 1146, 1193,
2795 trade and intercourse with the Indian tribes

1228, 1251, 1340, 1432, 2006, 2007, 2022,
Hospital, bill to purchase an, in the city of Wash to the.....

.183, 218

2042, 2077, 2108, 2136, 2156, 2183, 2274,
ington
.2065, 2383, 2414, 2435 Indians, bill for the relief of certain half-breeds

2292, 2298, 2359, 2432, 2433, 2613, 2624,
Hour of meeting.. .3060, 3109, 3370, 3396 or mixed bloods of the Dakota or Sioux na-

2642, 2647, 2665, 2843, 2848, 2849, 2912,
House of Representatives, bill (H. R. No. 104) tion of, and their grantees.............100, 1723

2933, 2938, 2986, 3033, 3056, 3060, 3082
fixing the number of members of the, from joint resolution (No. 49) for the relief of the resolutions by...

..56, 399, 1041, 1687
and after the 3 of March, 1863...........980, loyal portion of the Creek, Seminole, Chick remarks on the Pennsylvania election, (Kline
985, 1006, 1085 asaw, and Choctaw..... ....832, 835, 878 vs. Verree,).......

..1054, 1056, 1061
Howard, Hugh H., bill for the relief of......1531, bill to authorize the making of treaties with the, remarks on the legislative bill.. ... 1092

1589, 3244, 3293 in the Territory of Utali, with a view to the remarks on the tax bill.... .......1253, 1255,
Hoyne, Thomas, and others, bill for the relief of, purchase of their lands.......

....1815

1256, 1308, 1312, 1313, 1314, 1324, 1325,
2178 bill to provide payment for depredations com-

1326, 1329, 1344, 1345, 1346, 1362, 1369
Hubbell, William W., bill for the relief of, 2709, mitted by the whites on the Sac and Fox, in remarks on the death of Hon, Thomas B.
3086 the Territory of Kansas.....
...1815 Cooper.......

..1086
Humphreys, West H.-see Impeachment.

joint resolution in reference to the claims for remarks on the bill to grant pensions......2101,
Hunter, Lieutenant Charles, joint resolution (No. losses and depredations sustained by the peo-

2103, 2105, 2106
43) to authorize the President to restore to ple of Kansas from ......

1942 remarks on the bill relating to the census in-
thé active list from the leave-of-absence list bill (S. No. 302) to protect the property of, dex............... ..............2127, 2128
of the Navy........

........... 755, 874 who have adopted the habits of civilized life, remarks on the bill for the collection of taxes,
Hunter, General David, letter of, to the Secretary

2153, 2624, 2663, 2684

2410, 2414
of War, in reply to the call for information joint resolution authorizing the Secretary of remarks on the District hospital bill....... 2436,
as to the arming of fugitive slaves, &c., 2587, the Interior to expend from a fund in the

2437, 2438
2620, 3087, 3102, 3109, 3120, 3121 United States Treasury belonging to the Johnson, Stephen, bill to authorize the Court of
Hutchins, John, a Representative from Ohio, Winnebago, the sum of $100,000, or so much Claims to hear and determine the claim of the
14, 15, 16, 36, 119, 229, 262, 380, thereof as may be necessary, for the benefit heirs of .........

.......... 718, 719, 726
399, 727, 729, 735, 947, 950, 1023, of said Indians...... .2623, 3239, 3400, 3405 || Johnson, T. S. J., adverse decision in the case
1041, 1043, 1099, 1340, 1370, 1443, 1480, Indian tribes, bill (H. R. No. 186) to amend an of.......

2907, 3128, 3153, 3297
1643, 1729, 1743, 1754, 1767, 1830, 1843, act to regulate trade and intercourse with the, || Jones, A. H., and H. M. C. Brown, bill for the
2066, 2181, 2183, 2206, 2230, 2341, 2363, and to preserve peace on the frontiers, an relief of...

.1166, 2184
2435, 2537, 2614, 2621, 2650, 2667, 2682, proved June 13, 1834....

......199, | Jones, Edwin W., bill for the relief of.......1235,
2790, 2820, 2024, 2846, 2954, 3085, 3102,
384, 478, 480, 481, 777, 807

2184, 2185
3127, 3152, 3158, 3186, 3259, 3394, 3407 bill to authorize the making of treaties with the Jones, John T., bill for the relief of...3239, 3405
resolutions by.......... 15, 229, 1480, 1843, 2621 Navajo, Apache, and Utah, in New Mexico, Jorgen Lorentzen, bill (No. 248) for the relief of
remarks on the diplomatic bill......
......]52

1046, 1815, 2136 the owners, officers, and crew of the Danish
remarks on the seizure of the Treni....208, 209 bill relating to the trust funds of several, in bark...

.. 1589, 1697, 1787, 1820
remarks on the civil bill........... ...217, 782 vested by the Government in the State bonds || Judges, bill (S. No. 130) to authorize the district,
remarks on the bill to abolish the franking priv abstracted from the custody of the late Sec of the United States to act out of their dis..
ilege........

.323, 324
retary of the Interior .....
.......2975, tricts in certain cases...

........883
remarks on the legislative bill....

..442

3156, 3157, 3158, 3238, 3266 Judicial districts, bill (No.102) to divide the Siate
remarks on providing for supplies furnished by Ineligibility to office-see Rebellion.

of Illinois into two ....1637, 1656, 3185, 3208
States......

...455 || Inspectors general, bill to authorize the appoint bill (No. 1) to divide the State of Pennsylvania
remarks on the Army bill.................576, 578 ment of two deputy ................... 1097, 3.243 inio three, and to establish a district court to
remarks on the election of Charles H. Upton, Insurrection-see Rebellion; Revenue.

.be holden in the city of Erie............... 2433
609, 610 Interior Department, calls for information upon (See Courts.)
remarks on the Treasury note bill, 662, 690,901 the

.....36, 101, Judicial system, bill to amend the act of March
remarks on the bill relating to sutlers...... 1145

398, 399, 1010, 1166, 1245, 1340, 1657, 3, 1837, supplemental to an act to amend the,
remarks on the emancipation resolution, 1154,
2128, 2178, 2415, 2594, 2671, 2737, 2955 of the United States

...33,
1178 communications from the...132, 210, 321, 344,

167, 173, 398, 736, 879, 949, 1193,
remarks on the tax bill...

1224,
477,564, 629, 827,975, 1040, 1380, 1431,

2561, 2665, 3109, 3209, 3298, 3326
1244, 1254, 1255, 1256, 1288, 1290, 1310,
1544, 1886, 2054, 2066, 2175, 2262, 2684 | Judiciary, the Committee on the..

19
1323, 1433, 1434, 1488, 1565, 22681, 2890 joint resolution (S. No. 50) transferring the instructions to ....... .. 15, 19, 36, 56, 100, 158,
remarks on confiscation..... 1788, 2765
supervision of the Capitol extension and the

167, 168, 171, 174, 198, 228, 2:29, 385, 398,
remarks on a question of privilege...........1830 erection of the new dome to the.... ..1366,

399, 400, 593, 725, 760, 947, 1042, 1562,
remarks on the bill to secure the speedy trans-

1370, 1577, 1658, 1677

1846, 1886, 2671, 2954, 3153, 3154, 3363
portation of the mails......
.2291 joint resolution transferring supervision of Po-

reports from...

.40, 115,
remarks on the state of the Union..........3130, tomac water works to the...2157, 2766, 2845

173, 2:28, 364, 385, 398, 454, 604, 717, 775,
3133, 3134 Invalid pensions, the Committee on, instructions

850, 877, 879, 951, 952, 1041, 1044, 1046,
Hüttman, Francis, bill for the relief of, 1564, 1590,

.... 101, 145, 172, 229, 1743

1062, 1193, 1228, 1303, 1581, 1656, 1632,
1656, 1722, 1913, 1926, 2323, 2611, 2614 bills reported from

..850,

1723, 1730, 1766, 2432, 2433, 2537, 2561,
1084, 1097, 1235, 1236, 1846, 1886,

2564, 2565, 2623, 2638, 2955, 3105, 3129,
I.
1925, 1926, 2710, 2844, 2845, 2956, 3244

3185, 3186, 3259, 3260, 3261, 3262, 3263
Igo, joint resolution to permit the owner of the adverse reports from...

..1084, adverse reports from....

....... 478,
steamboat, to change the name of the same

1117, 1846, 1925, 2183, 3244

1656, 1682, 1724, 2180, 3261, 3262
to that of Monitor.....
...3258 discharged from subjects.......
...1084 discharged from subjects

40,
Impeachment of West H. Humphreys, district Invalid and other pensions, bill making appro-

228, 954, 1656, 3023, 3105, 3261, 3263
judge of the United States court in Tennes priations for the payment.of, of the United Julian, George W., a Representative from Indiana,
.1062, 1966, States, for the year ending 30th June, 1863,

158, 250, 1852, 1925, 1926,2327,2503,2623
2134, 2205, 2262, 2271,
118, 140, 193, 198, 256 resolutions by

.158, 2623
2292, 2621, 2954, 2956 Iron-clad vessels--see Gunboats; Steamers.

remarks on the homestead bill..

........136
Indian Affairs, the Committee on...

,19 Irvin, Richard, adverse decision in the case remarks on the campaign in Missouri.........59
instructions to ........56, 398, 564, 850, 877, 909

.2908, 3128, 3153, 3297 remarks on the Pacific railroad bill.......... 1944
reports from.....
...... 77, 384, 850,

Jurors, bill (No. 281) defining additional causes
1166, 1193, 1724, 1815, 2624,

J.

of challenge and prescribing an additional
2975, 3238, 3239, 3240, 3398 Jackson, Alexander M., bill for the relief of, 2907

oath for grand and petit, in the United States
adverse reports from........ ....5, 1046, 3239 Jackson, James S., a Representative from Ken-

courts...

..2640, 2714, 2737
discharged from subjects........ .......3156 ucky.....

.........3188
Indian affairs, bill (No. 112) to authorize a change Jail in the District of Columbia, resolution in

K.
in the appropriations for the payment of the regard to the orders of the marshal for the Kelley, William D., a Representative from Penn-
necessary expenses of the service of the Uni exclusion of visitors from the .................306, sylvania.....

-4, 116,
ted States for................... 180, 481, 850, 878

379, 478, 949, 950

182, 593, 855, 950, 1010, 1097, 1578,
Indian agents—see Colorado; New Mexico.
(Sce District of Columbia.)

1656, 1995, 3082, 3263, 3264, 3265, 3266

to.....

see.......

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