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Potier, John F., a Representative from Wiscon Private Land Claims: bill (No. 114) authorizing | Public LandsContinued. sin-Continued.

floats to issue in satisfaction of claims against bill to grant to the State of California a tract of, remarks on the homestead bill, 14, 39, 133, 135, the United States, for lands sold by them known as the Colorado desert, for the pur

136, 137, 139, 1033, 1034, 1035, 2069, 2158 within the Las Ormigas and La Nana grants pose of introducing a suficient supply of fresh remarks on the loyalty of Government em in Louisiana, 33, 77, 384,398,717,1241, 1254 water upon and over the same...........

....1788, ployés............178, 179, 180, 527, 2262, 2327 bill (No. 511) to amend an act to reduce the

2379, 2879, 3158 remarks on the tax bill.

..1365,

expenses of the survey and sale of the pub bill to quiet the land titles in the State of Cali1369, 1441, 1453, 1536, 1565, 1566, 1576 lic lands of the United States,3207, 3208, 3237 fornia......1833, 2432, 2639, 2640, 2641, 2642 remarks on the bill to abolish slavery in the Prize, bill to facilitate judicial proceedings and bill for the relief of congressional township

District of Columbia..........1643, 1645, 1646 adjudications upon captured property, and No. 8 south, of range three east, in Mercer remarks on the Pacific railroad bill, 1704, 1711 for the better administration of the law of,36, county, Ohio......

....... 2178 remarks on the Colorado desert grant...... 2381

454, 874, 1046, 1321, 1342, 1406 bill (H. R. No. 399) to provide for the quieting remarks on the bill for collection of taxes, 2412 joint resolution (No. 97) in relation to the law of certain land titles in the late disputed terremarks on the bill amending the judicial sys of .....

.....3328, 3369, 3396, 3400, 3404 ritory in the State of Maine... ..1656, tem... ....2563 Process, bill (S. No. 291) providing for the issu

2184, 2496, 2497, 3238, 3266, 3328 remarks on the occupation of the White House ing of, to and service of the same by indif bill concerning the closing of the office of surin Virginia......

.2738, 2739
ferent persons....

..2766, 3261

veyor general at St. Louis........ .2233 remarks on the tariff bill....

....3055 Prohibition of slavery: bill (H. R. No. 374) to bill granting the right of way and making a remarks on naval appropriation bill, 3058, 3059 render freedom national and slavery seo grant of, to the State of Minnesota, to aid in Preëmption claims-see Public Lands.

tional...

..1340, the construction of a railroad from a point on President of the United States, calls for informa

1906, 2030, 2041, 2066, 2069, 2769, 2845 Lake Superior, in Minnesota, to a point on tion upon the..... .....15,35, 229, 436, || Providencia, bill for the relief of the owners, offi the Mississippi river, between the falls of St.

930,932, 1041,1527, 1659,1766,2233, 2292, cers, and crew of the Spanish bark...... 1022, Anthony and the Sauk rapids......2415, 2495 2495, 2621, 2622, 223, 2792, 3406, 3407

1243, 1504, 1967, 1976, 2183, 2185 joint resolution (S. No. 80) authorizing the communications from the.... .6, Provisional governments-see Rebellion.

State of Minnesota to change the line of cer20, 24, 56, 146, 159, 167, 189, 207, 210, || Provost court-see Court.

tain branch railroads in said State....... 2495, 256, 321, 379, 398, 419, 435, 496, 603, Public Buildings and Grounds, the Committee

2766, 3102, 3260 707, 731, 828, 838, 949, 975, 976, 999,

on...

........19, 1995 bill (No. 307) to grant the right of preëmption 1043, 1085, 1097, 1100, 1118, 1243, 1286, reports from ........1084, 1658, 2007, 2111, 3293 to settlers on certain, in Wisconsin.....2561, 1305, 1406, 1431, 1563, 1583, 1634, 1671, discharged from subjects...

.2111

2907, 3102, 3128 1677, 1699, 1725 1743, 1763, 1789, 1815, Public Buildings, Commissioner of, communica bill to amend an act to reduce the expenses of 1847, 1853, 1926, 2127, 2153, 2174, 2178, tion from the........

.1227, 1431 the survey and sale of the, in the United 2263, 2291, 2321, 2379, 2532, 2588, 2611, instructions to the........

....1390 States, approved May 30, 1862............2623 2613, 2641, 2660, 2709, 2716, 2737, 2744, | Public debt, bill to provide a fund in part to pay joint resolution relative to a certain grant of, for 2818, 2845, 2879, 3079, 3082, 3127,3297, the interest and principal of the.....859, 1340 railroad purposes to the State of Michigan, 3298, 3328, 3363, 3364, 3405, 3406, 3407 Public documents-see Documents.

made in 1856.... 2662, 2819, 3103, 3120, 3157 reference of the annual message of the..........20 Public Expenditures, the Committee on, instruc billconcerning certainlands heretoforegranted to message of the, transmitting the resolution for

tions to......

...1115 the State of Iowa, 2737,3102,3128,3153,3297 the gradual abolishment of slavery......1102, reports from..... ..........1085, 1236, 2537, bill (No. 119) confirming a land claim in the

1112, 1504, 1634, 1660 Public Lands, the Committee on the, instructions State of Iowa.....3109, 3120, 3151, 3240, 3260 message of the, accompanying the approval of to....

....139, bill to grant the proceeds of the sales of certain, the act to abolish slavery in the District of

172, 229, 398, 1166, 1788, 1926,2381, 2496 to aid in the construction of a Northern PaColumbia.......

.........1686
reports from....39, 477, 1607, 1788, 1892, 1925, cific railroad...

...2955 message of the, relative to the employment of

2178, 2379, 2381, 2431, 2432, 3102, 3103 bill in relation to preemption claims........3102 George D. Morgan and Alexander Cum adverse reports from ...... ....1084, 1723 joint resolution explanatory of a certain resoings

.2383 bill to secure homesteads to actual settlers on lution approved June 2, 1862...... ..3103 message of the, accompanying the bill to pro the public domain, and to provide a bounty bill (No. 318) for relief in the land claim in Cal.

vide compensation for slaves emancipated by for soldiers in lieu of grants of the..........14, ifornia, known as the land claim of Francisco the States....

.3333

39, 40, 132, 133, 909, 948, 1010, Soberanes to a tract of land known as Saujon message of the, accompanying the approval of

1030, 1042, 1972, 2069, 2081, 2157, de Santa Rita....................3128, 3215, 3260 the confiscation act....

..3406

2158, 2209, 2215, 2262, 2263, 2321 bill limiting the operation of the homestead and President pro tempore of Senate, election of, 2846 bill (No. 7) to secure homesteads to actual set preemption laws..

....3153 Price, Thomas L., a Representative from Mis tlers upon the....

.14 bill (S. No. 123) to extend the provisions of souri......... 419, 1480, 1563, 1657, 2356, 2843 bill granting, and loaning the credit of the Gov the act of August 4, 1855, to grant the right resolutions by....... ....1480, 1563, 1657 ernment to the People's Pacific Railroad Com of way to all rail and plank roads, &c., for remarks on the resolution relating to railroads

pany

..169 the term of five years, and to amend the same, in Missouri............427, 454, 709, 710, 1040 bill (No. 138) donating, to the several States and

1576, 1590, 3262, 3362 Prisoners, bill for the relief of the Union soldiers Territories that may provide colleges for the joint resolution (No. 98) to repeal and modify

now held as, at Richmond, Virginia, and else benefit of agriculture and the mechanic arts, certain portions of an act mentioned therein, where in the rebel States....................... 100 33, 99, 2432, 2595, 2663, 2769, 2770, 3055

3362, 3369, 3404, 3405 joint resolution (No. 41) iri relation to allotment bill for the survey of grants or claims for land, joint resolution (No. 100) suspending the sale certificates of pay to persons held as, of war in

218, 951, 1822, 2431, 2532 by sealed bids of the lands of the Kansas and the so-called confederate States, 566, 603, 642 bill granting, in alternate sections to the State Sac and Fox Indians..................3404, 3407 bill (S. No. 199) to provide for the safe-keeping of California, to aid in the construction of bill (No. 355) for increasing the revenue by resand maintenance of United States, 1058, 1166 certain railroads in said State..........

...230

ervation and sale of town sites on.........3404 bill to provide for the discharge of Slate, and bill granting titles to town lots within incorpo (See Dakota; Nevada.)

others, and to authorize judges of the United rated cities and towns situated upon the, of | Punishment, bill to subject certain persons to milStates courts to take bail or recognizances to the United States lying within the State of itary trials and...

........34 secure the trial of the same, 1228, 3105,3183 California..........

.494 bill to provide for furnishing, of the United bill (H. R. No. 275) for the relief of preëmpt

R. States Army in the revolted States with clothi ors on the home reservation of the Winneba- | Railroad and telegraph lines, bill (No. 169) to au

ing and other necessary supplies...........364 goes in the Blue-earth region, in the State of thorize the President of the United States, in Printer of the House, instructions to the .....1788 Minnesota .........850, 1929, 3305, 3326, 3363 certain cases, to take possession of.......545, Printing, the Committee on, instructions to...33, bill (No. 281) supplemental to an act granting

547, 594, 939 56, 400, 999, 1041, 1087, 2953

the right of way to the State of Missouri and · joint resolution (No. 39) to declare the meanreports from .......

..14, 56, 132, 230, a portion of the, to aid in the construction of ing of an act to authorize the President of 477, 827, 858, 999, 1041, 1103, 1167, certain railroads in said State ..... .....877, the United States, in certain cases, to take 1360, 1544, 1753, 1820, 1842, 1928, 1966,

2431, 2494, 2527, 2535, 2613 possession of, and for other purposes, ap. 2126, 2262, 2321, 2434, 2594, 2717, 2820, bill to protect the, of the United States, and to proved January 31, 1862, and to repeal a part 2904, 2953, 2955, 3362, 3370, 3399, 3407

prevent waste..

...... 1043
of said act....

939, 3299, 3326, 3363 discharged from subjects .....

...1103 bill (S. No. 187) to reduce the expenses of the Railroad, bill (H.R. No.364) to aid in constructjoint resolution (H. R. No. 29) authorizing the survey and sale of the, in the United States, ing a, and telegraph line from the Missouri Secretary of the Treasury to transfer certain

1192, 1235, 1723, 2381, 2432, 2433, 2496 river to the Pacific ocean, and to secure to the balances of an appropriation for, of the sec bill to repeal an act to graduate and reduce the Government the use of the same for postal, ond session of the Thirty-Sixth Congress to price of the, to actual settlers and cultivators, military, and other purposes......

..665, the sum appropriated for the first session of

1340

1062, 1235, 1360, 1480, 1577, 1589, the Thirty-Sixth Congress......231, 398, 435 joint resolution (S. No. 26) explanatory of and

1590, 1598, 1612, 1698, 1699, 1704, 1726, Printing, Superintendent of the Public, instruc in addition to the act of June 3, 1856, grant

1822, 1846, 1888, 1906, 1928, 1943, 1971, tions to the........

...189, 229
ing, to the State of Wisconsin, to aid in the

2879, 2904, 2905, 2906, 2912, 3023, 3082 communications from the...

.76, 274

construction of railroads in said State, 1243, bill to secure increased, facilities between the Private Land Claims, the Committee on, instruc

1370, 1607, 1744, 1770 cities of New York and Washington......939, tions to... ...3151, 3154 bill to make a grant of, to the State of Michi

1228, 1252 reports from,77, 157, 364, 717, 718, 3158, 3207 gan, to aid in the construction of a military bill to aid in the construction of the Pittsburg adverse reports from....... ... 1657, 1925 road from Green Bay to Marquette, 1657, 1723 and Connelleville.......... ...... 2383, 3080

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Representatives, bill fixing the number of the Rice, John H., a Representative from Maine, 99,
bill to facilitate the transportation of the troops House of, after the 3d of March, 1863...980,

172, 692, 850, 975, 1084, 1245, 1321, 1505,
and mails from Washington city to New

985, 1006, 1085

1508, 1590, 1656, 1657, 1743, 1766, 1788,
York........
....1612, 1833, 2108 bill in reference to the election of, to Congress

1971, 2341, 2906, 2953, 2986, 3107, 3292
Railroad Company, bill to incorporate the North by single districts ......2737, 3302, 3326, 3363 resolutions by

.172, 975, 2953, 2986
ern Pacific
...........1544 Reservations-see Public Lands.

remarks on the naval bill.....

..834
bill for the relief of the president and directors Revenue, bill (No. 176) increasing the duties upon remarks on the tax bill

.1243, 1244,
of the Panama.......... 1846, 2714, 3031, 3082 tea, coffee, and sugar.,

....168,

1258, 1276, 1291, 1309, 1322, 1329,
Railroad facilities between New York and Wash-

169, 173, 174, 189, 198

1343, 1361, 1365, 1453, 1529, 1576
ington, bill to secure increased............ 1228 bill to expedite the collection of the, and the remarks on the bill for the relief of John Gould.
Railroads, joint resolution (H.R. No. 37) in rela final disposition of suits arising therefrom, 78, ing

.....1926
tion to certain, in Missouri, 427,454,604,614,

2156, 2639 Rice, Nancy, bill for the relief of........ .....178
655, 708, 805, 859, 878, 938, 939, 947, joint resolution suspending for twelve months Richardson, William A., a Representative from

1040, 1045, 1046, 1061, 1062, 1087, 1118 the collection of the direct tax in the State of Illinois............2, 3, 15,25,33,34, 76,99, 100,
joint resolution (S. No. 80) authorizing the Missouri.............. .........117, 167, 172

101, 189, 227, 229, 250, 274, 352, 375, 384,
State of Minnesota to change the line of cer joint resolution explanatory of an act to increase

385, 400, 478,564, 694,784, 785, 838, 840,
tain branch, in said State....... ...2495, the duties on tea, coffee, and sugar, approved

841, 857, 879, 880, 912, 1042, 1044, 1045,
2766, 3102, 3208 24th December, 1861.......... 198, 258

1047, 1061, 1093, 1131, 1168, 1193, 1205,
(See Public lands; District of Columbia.)
joint resolution (H, R. No. 32) declaratory of

1227, 1245, 1252, 1505, 1506, 1577, 1608,
Rebellion, joint resolution concerning thé.,.... 15 the purpose of Congress to impose a tax, 344,

1612, 1628, 1629, 1643, 1656, 1847, 1887,
bill to punish treason, and to provide a more

349, 372, 379, 384, 435

1888, 1933, 2021, 2029, 2030, 2065, 2078,
effectual mode for the collection of taxes im bill to enforce the collection of direct and other

2081, 2179, 2184, 2185, 2206, 2263, 2274,
posed by Congress, and to furnish a fund to taxes imposed by the act to provide increased,

2341, 2382, 2409, 2414, 2415, 2433, 2434,
remunerate all losses of loyal citizens, and to from imports, to pay the interest upon the

2439, 2587, 2622, 2623, 2664, 2665, 2666,
provide homesteads for soldiers employed in public debt, and for other purposes, approved

2715, 2716, 2739, 2740, 2743, 2765, 2770,
suppressing the present .........................57 August 5, 1861, and to liberate the slaves of

2771, 2772, 2792, 2819, 2821, 2849, 2907,
bill to establish a territorial government in each rebels and colonize the same.................350

3125, 3128, 3153, 3216, 3240, 3301, 3304
of the districts of country embraced within bill to provide additional, for defraying the ex resolutions by ................227, 229, 1847, 2415
the limits of the recent States of South Car penses of the Government, and maintaining remarks on the reference of the President's mes-
olina, North Carolina, Georgia, Florida, ihe public credit by the collection of an in-

sage......
Alabama, Mississippi, Louisiana, Arkansas, come tax, poll and stamp taxes, and duties remarks on the election of Mr. Segar.......3, 4
and Tennessee....

..399 on liquors, manufactures, railroad passen remarks on the death of Hon. E. D. Baker, 64
bill to confer the right of citizenship upon aliens gers, tonnage, and other internal duties...384

remarks on the Kentucky volunteers bill... 102
who serve as soldiers in the armies of the bill to tax salaries of Government officers, 947 remarks on the battle at Ball's Bluff.. 191,
United States during the war for the sup bill to provide internal, to support the Gov-

193, 194, 195, 198
pression of .....
.488 ernment and pay the interest on the public remarks on the civil bill.....

...282
bill relating to claims for the loss and destruc debt........

.1040, 1041, remarks on the sale of postage stamps......353
tion of property belonging to loyal citizens *. 1087, 1194, 1217, 1218, 1222, 1228, 1236, remarks on the war claims of the States... 456,
and damages done thereto by the troops of
1241, 1243, 1245, 1252, 1254, 1273, 1277,

457, 565, 566, 568
the United States during the present......947,

1286, 1303, 1305, 1322, 1323, 1342, 1360, remarks on the bill relating to railroad and tel-
1669, 2136, 2153, 2363, 2379, 2638,
1383, 1385, 1403, 1406, 1432, 1433, 1438, egraph lines.......

....548
2820, 2821, 2847, 2889, 2904, 2933,

1452, 1455, 1461, 1462, 1480, 1484, 1508, remarks on the resolution relating to railroads
2953, 2955, 2975, 2978, 2986, 3056
1510, 1527, 1531, 1544, 1548, 1563, 1564, in Missouri......

.810, 812
bill to establish temporary provisional govern-

1566, 1576, 1583, 1614, 2620, 2680, 2681, remarks on the Army bill .......907, 908
ments for the districts of country in, against

2708, 2890, 2903, 2906, 2954, 3022, 3082 remarks on the resolution for the gradual ubol-
the United States.......................986, 1193 bill (H. R. No.44) to amend an act to provide ishment of slavery..

.......1149,
bill declaring certain persons ineligible to office, increased, from imports, and to pay interest

1150, 1153, 1154, 1177, 1178, 1179
1166 on the public debt...

.1904, remarks on the tax bill... ... 1217, 1218,
bill (H. R. No. 321) to indemnify certain citi-

1942, 1998, 2023, 2127

1219, 1220, 1222, 1223, 1323, 1577, 2682
zens of the United States residing in the State bill supplementary to an act approved the 13th remarks in relation to the battle at Pittsburg
of Delaware for expenses incurred by them of July, 1861, for the collection of duties on

Landing

1933
in defense of the United States............. 1192, imports............ 1924, 2153, 2177, 2209, 2263 remarks on the Nebraska election..1975, 1978,
1728, 2713, 2714, 3407 bill (No. 292) for the collection of direct taxes in

1995, 1996, 1997, 1998,
bill relating to treason and.....
.1820 insurrectionary districts in the United States,

2006, 2007, 2008, 2009
bill for the punishment of treason, and for the

2081, 2363, 2409; 2497, 2560 remarks on discharge of disabled soldiers, 2065
more effectual suppression of............... 1942 bill increasing temporarily the duties on imports, remarks on the state of the Union .... .2206,
bill to define and punish certain crimes against

2845, 2936, 2937, 2978, 3050, 3208,

2207, 2386, 3163, 3164, 3165
the Government of the United States of Amer-

3213, 3216, 3267, 3268, 3326, 3363 remarks on the District hospital bill....... 2435,
ica........
........2066 bill to impose additional duties on sugars pro-

2436, 2437, 2438, 2439
bill to pay to the State of Missouri the amount duced in the United States.............

......3293, remarks on the employment of convicts...2668
of money expended by said State in arming

3332, 3364, 3367, 3370, 3394, 3405 remarks on Illinois judicial districts bill, 3185,
and paying the troops employed in suppress joint resolution to correct a clerical error made

3186
ing an insurrection against the authority of in the enrollment of the tax bill...........3363 | Riddle, Albert G., a Representative from Ohio,
the United States......
..2595, joint resolution to amend section seventy-seven

36, 399, 1042, 1659, 2010, 2030,
2713, 3305, 3367, 3396 of an act to provide internal, to support the

2684, 2686, 2739, 2763, 3033, 3363
bill (S. No. 394) to amend the act calling forth Government and pay interest on the public resolutions by....

.......36, 1659
the militia to execute the laws of the Union, debt........................3400, 3401, 3404, 3406 remarks on the reference of the President's mes-
suppress insurrections, and repel invasions, (See Collection of the Revenue.)

sage........

............ 24
approved February 28, 1795, and the acts Revenue cutter service, bill (No. 561) in relation remarks on the death of Hon. E. D. Baker...66
amendatory thereof.... ..3394, 3397, 3404 to commissioned officers.....

..3156, remarks on the consular and diplomatic bill, 151
bill to organize the United States tribunal to

3260, 3328, 3367, 3393 remarks on the civil bill....

...281
enforce by civil and martial power the pay- || Revolutionary Claims, the Committee on, in remarks on the Pennsylvania election, (Butler
'ment of debts and damages due to loyal structions to

.25, 975 vs. Lehman).

..370, 371
American citizens, and the restoration and reports from .......

.156, 167, remarks on the newspaper postage bill......425
effects in certain cases arising out of the, 274,

228, 378, 398, 435, 1097, 1656, 2708, 3292 remarks on the state of the Union ...
385, 399 adverse reports from ......850, 1656, 1657, 2180

498, 1109, 1111
(See Confiscation; Slaves.)

discharged from subjects, 228, 1236, 2180, 3292 remarks on the election of Charles H. Upton,
Rebels, bili (H. R. No. 139) authorizing the Sec Revolutionary Pensions, Committee on, 178,975

979, 982, 1007, 1010
retary of the Interior to strike from the pen reports from ....... .717, 1085, 3151, 3207 remarks on the Treasury note bill, 639, 684,692
sion rolls the names of such persons as have adverse reports from.....

435, 3207 remarks on the bill relating to sutlers.....1144,
taken up arms against the Government, or discharged from subjects....... ..457, 1686

1145, 1146, 1148
who may have in any manner encouraged Rice, Alexander H., a Representative from Mas remarks on the tax bill.....

...1255,
the........
..........99, 612, 707 sachusetts ..... ..........2, 785, 813, 828, 975,

1434, 1441, 1527, 1529
Recess, proposition for a.............. ..2246, 2262

1091, 1193, 1227, 1330, 1341, 1390, 1555, remarks on the bill to abolish slavery in the
Registers, bill to authorize the Secretary of the
1677, 1681, 2181, 2209, 2210, 2891, 3244 District of Columbia ........

....1640
Treasury to issue, to the schooners Dolphin

resolutions by...

..1677 remarks on confiscation bills No. 471 and 472,
and North Star, of Oswego, State of New remarks on the tax bill

..1324,

2240
York ......

...399

1325, 1343, 1346, 1362, 1363, 1364, remarks on the bill to quiet California land
bill to direct the Secretary of the Treasury to
1383, 1385, 1387, 1388, 1405, 1406, titles ...

.........2645
issue American, to certain vessels....... 2137,

1462, 1489, 1513, 1528, 1533, 2891 remarks on the bill to equalize the compensa-
2766, 2845 remarks relating to Navy contracts, 1860, 1861 tion of collectors......

..2909
Representative, bill to allow the State of Califor remarks on equalizing the grades in the naval remarks on the Illinois ship canal...3033, 3035
nia an additional, in the Thirty-Seventh Con service .....

..2743 [The copy of the remarks referred to on page
gress........... ...2432, 2494, 2496, 2532 remarks on the tariff bill........

2938

3035 was not furnished by Mr. R.]

.497,

Right of way-see Public Lands.

Security to keep the peace, bill (No. 266) for the Sheffield, William P., a Representative from Rhode Ripley, John, bill for the relief of the heirs of, more convenient enforcement of the laws of Island - Continued.

717, 1929 the United States concerning, and for good remarks on prohibition of slavery...2031, 2054 Road, military and mail, bill to establish a... 147 behavior........

......398, 2153, 3262 remarks on the naval bill.... .2213, 2214 bill for the construction of a, in the States of Sedgwick, Charles B., a Representative from New remarks on confiscation bills Nos. 471 and 472, Kentucky and Tennessee... .....457 York.... 122, 123, 133, 140, 170, 171, 218, 350,

2323, 2765 bill to aid in constructing a military, west of

364,694,717, 727,775, 874, 912 954, 1041, remarks on the bill to secure the speedy transthe Missouri river from Fort Leavenworth, 1192, 1193, 1200, 1236, 1321, 1360, 1431, portation of the mails......

.2265 by the way of Fort Riley, to Denver City, 494

1432, 1504, 1527, 1846, 1906, 1924, 2042, remarks on the bill for ile rilief of Francis Roads and Canals, the Committee on, instruc

2128, 2129, 2262, 2587, 2595, 2671, 2710, Hüllman ..2323, 2611, 2012, 2013, 2614 tions to......

..56, 230

2714, 2715, 2716, 2766, 2798, 2818, 2905, remarks on the bill for the collection of direct reports from.....

......344,
2955, 3058, 3083, 3084, 3087, 3125, 3237, taxe8......

.2411 457, 1228, 1846, 2108, 2383, 3080

3243, 3261, 3326, 3367, 3369, 3396, 3398 remarks on the Illinois ship canal..........2711, Roads, rail and plank, bill (S. No. 123) to sex resolutions by....

.1041, 2671, 2740

3057, 3082, 3107 tend the provisions of the act of August 4, remarks on the death of Hon. Kinsley S. Bing • remarks on Treasury note bill No. 187...2794, 1852, to grant the right of way to all, &c., ham ........

.48

2795, 2885, 2887, 2888, 2889, 2903 for the term of five years, and to amend the remarks on the gunboats bill...... .123, remarks on the bill for the relief of Jimes N. same.... ....1576, 1590,3262, 3362 124, 147, 148, 760 Müller.......

2848, 2849 Roanoke, joint resolution causing the steam frig: remarks on the civil bill.....

.282, remarks on the bill to abolish certain ports of ate, to be iron-clad....

... 1321
283, 284, 285, 300, 301, 302, 303, 304 delivery.....

.2908, 2909 Roberts, Marshall 0., joint resolution (No 67) remarks on Government contracts. ..715, remarks on the bill to provide for the collection in relation to the claim of, for the loss of the

717, 1848, 1888 of the revenue on the frontier ....... .2909 steamer Star of the West........ ....1308, remarks on the naval bill.....

.....813, remarks on the bill to equalize the compensa1504, 2137, 2157, 2208 814, 828, 829, 830, 831, 832, 834 tion of collectors.....

..2909, 2910 Robinson, James C., a Representative from Illi remarks on the election of Charles H. Upton, remarks on the tariff bill....

2938, nois, 87, 262, 398, 406, 975, 1171, 1340, 1342,

983, 984, 985, 1006

2984, 2985, 2986, 3052 2006, 2128, 2322, 2383, 2595, 2770, 2798 remarks on the tax bill....

1240, remarks on the bill relating to land surveys in Rollins, Edward H., a Representative from New

1311, 1325, 1362, 1363 New Mexico........

.3237 Hampshire... 168, 364, 393, 1093, 1484, 1598, remarks relating to Navy contracts..........1671 Shellabarger, Samuel, a Representative from 1643, 1886, 2157, 2262, 2536, 2014, 3105 remarks on the seacoast fortification bill... 1995 Ohio......

..8, 907,975, resolutions by.......... .398 remarks on the naval bill for 1863, 2208, 2209,

1042, 1273, 1340, 1834, 2029, 2066, 2128, remarks on the tax bill

.1343,
2210, 2211, 2212, 2214,

2129, 2737, 2763, 2770, 3265, 3:297, 3369
1346, 1360, 1362, 1363, 1488
2215, 3057, 3059, 3082 resolutions by........

.8, 228,2737 remarks on confiscation..... .2301, 2356 remarks on confiscation, 2323, 2324, 2325, 2326 remarks on the Treasury note bill......690, 991 remarks on the naval appropriation bill, 3057, remarks on the occupation of the White House remarks on the resolution relating to railronds

3058, 3080
in Virginia......
..2738 in Missouri......

........811 Rollins, James S., a Representative from Mis remarks on equalizing the grades in the naval remarks on the naval bill......814, 831, 833, 834 souri..

.400, 419, 533, 665, service..... 2740, 2741, 2742, 2744, 3327, 3328 remarks on the state of the Union.............932 736, 1022, 1657, 2356, 2536, 2595, 2690, 2912 remarks on the reorganization of the Navy De. remarks on the engineer volunteers bill... .1030 (The copy of the speech referred to on page partment...

..2744, 2745, 2746, 2906 remarks on the tax bill, 1218, 1219, 1220, 1221, 2356 was not furnished by Mr. R.) remarks on claims for losses by the rebellion,

1222, 1243, 1244, 1310, 1386, 1387, 1389, regolutions by...........

400, 1022
2825, 2904, 2933, 2934, 2935, 2936, 3056

1435, 1436, 1459, 1509, 1510, 1529, 1535 remarks on the resolution relating to certain remarks on the tariff bill.....

...2981 remarks on the bill to abolish slavery in the railroads in Missouri..806, 807, 808, 809, 812 remarks on the resolution of thanks to Captain District of Columbia....... .......1636, 1644 remarks on the confiscation of rebel property, Du Pont.........

.3085 remarks on the bill amending the Court of 1818, 1819 Segar, Joseph, a Representative from Virginia, Claims act.........

.1671, 1675 remarks on the state of the Union...........1822

2904, 3397 remarks on the payment of soldiers' bounty, Ruff, Charles F., bill for the relief of........ 1589, remarks on the Virginia election, 729, 756, 759

1834 2137, 2157 credentials of, presented ......... 1339, 1340, 1656 remarks on the Pacific railroad bill......... 1891, Rules of the House, amendments proposed to Sergeant-at-Arms, instructions to the...... 140,

1907, 1911, 1912 the........ .... 109, 554

399, 2622, 2623, 2986, 3154 remarks on the prohibition of slavery, 2043, Rules, 16th and 17th joint, suspension of the..3293, resolution in relation to the.....

..1680

2046 3298 report from the.

.2975 remarks on the state of the Union and the $. Shanks, John P. C., a Representative from Indi

habeas corpus......:

.2069 Sally McGee, joint resolution to change the name

...140, remarks on the bill to quiet California land of the schooner, to that of the Ocean Eagle, 158, 567,911, 2297, 2327, 2389, 2437, 2843 titles ....

.2644 2955, 3259, 3293 resolutions by..

...158, 172, 911 remarks in relation to the Ohio troops at Shiloh, Salvage, bill (No. 349) in addition to an act pro remarks on the state of the Union and the con

2770, 2771 viding for, in cases of recapture, approved duct of the war .....574, 575, 576, 1062, 1070 remarks on the tariff bill.

...2936, March 3, 1800... ....3023, 3156 remarks on the engineer volunteers bill....1026

2937, 2983, 2985 Samson, George W.,bill for the relief of..156, 1928 remarks on General Frémont's campaign in remarks on claims for losses by the rebellion, Sargent, Aaron A., a Representative from Cali Missouri ..............117, 118, 575, 1062, 1070

2978 fornia......

.33, 57, 158, 230, remarks on Government contracts..........1837, Shelley, B. Y., bill (H. R. No. 274) to pay, for 385, 494, 569, 949, 950, 1042, 1612, 1649,

1842, 1851, 1852, 1868, 1870 his claim and improvement taken from him 1671, 1861, 1971, 2029, 2030, 2042, 2068, remarks on the Pacific railroad bill, 1890, 1908 by the Omaha reservation in the Territory of 2137, 2138, 2178, 2184, 2068, 2103, 2327, remarks on the employment of convicts...2668 Nebraska............850, 1929, 2844, 2845, 2879 2379, 2381, 2385, 2569, 2614, 2663, 2910, remarks on naval appropriation bill..3058, 3060 Sherburn, John P., and H. Clay Wood, bill for 291), 2912, 3154, 3163, 3237, 3244, 3399 Shaw, Levi, bill for the relief of....................36 the relief of.....

...3243 resolutions by...33, 1042, 1861, 2178, 3154, 3237 Sheffield, William P., a Representative from Sherman, Socrates N., a Representative from remarks on the death of Hon. E. D. Baker...65 Rhode Island

.467, New York......

.145, 189, 190 1084, remarks on the civil bill............... ..238, 275

760, 1034, 1071, 1270, 1340, 1483, 1643,

1087, 1484, 2910, 3165,3187, 3244, 3300 remarks on protection to overland emigrants,481 1754, 1831, 1886, 1888, 1971, 2108, 2138, resolutions by...

.145, 189 remarks on the legislative bill.....529, 530, 531

2139, 2155, 2156, 2158, 2305, 2014, 2639, remarks on the medical department of the Army,' remarks on the state of the Union.............599 2670, 2671, 2684, 2687, 2711, 2716, 2845,

1270, 1271, 1272, 1584, 1585 remarks on the tax bill.......

... 1237,

2880, 2912, 3082, 3083, 3184, 3207, 3213, remarks on the tax bill, 1362, 1363, 1365, 1327 1245, 1257, 1258, 1275, 1278, 1288,

3237, 3258, 3266, 3267, 3263, 3269, 33:28 | Shiel, George K., a Representative from Oregon, 1289, 1290, 1291, 1328, 1329, 1330, resolutions by.

.760, 2671

16 1361, 1365, 1366, 1460, 1462, 1488 remarks on siate of the Union.....500, 502, 503 resolutions by..........

. 16, 62 remarks on the Pacific railroad bill.........1594, remarks on the Treasury note bill...........640, remarks on the death of Hon. E. D. Bukor, 62 1890, 1891, 1892, 1907, 1908, 1910, 1911,

680, 900, 901 remarks on the Pacific railroad bill.........1944 1943, 1945, 1946, 1947, 1948, 1949, 1950 remarks on the election of Charles H. Upton, || Ship canal, bill to construct a, for the passage of remarks on the bill 10 quiet California land

982, 983, 1009 armed and naval vessels from the Mississippi titles...............2641, 2643, 2644, 2645, 2646 remarks on the organization of the staff of the river to Lake Michigan ....... .902, 1659, remarks on the tariff bill....... .....2938, 2939 Army...........

..1101

1669, 2537, 271, 2713, 2714, 2903, 2006, remarks on the bill reducing the rate of mile remarks on tax bill..1243, 1245, 1254, 1258, 1275,

3023, 3031, 3055, 3057, 3082, 3083, 3107 age.....

.3364, 3366 1276, 1286, 1291, 1292, 1293, 1327, 1347, Ships, resolution (H. R. No. 59) authorizing the Sawyer, William, bill for the relief of........2846

1363, 1364, 1369, 1384, 1386, 1389, 1403, Secretary of the Navy to test plans and maSchools--see District of Columbia.

1404, 1406, 1409, 1410, 1456, 1457, 1458, terials for rendering, and floating batteries inSchool lands—see Public Lands. 1459, 1460, 1461, 1509, 1511, 1513, 1527, vulnerable........

.1341, Seacoast and other defenses, bill authorizing the 1528, 1532, 1534, 1535, 1564, 1576, 2891

1390, 1531, 1555, 1566, 1634 appointment of a board on fortifications, lo remarks on confiscation ....... ..1303, 1788 bill (No. 75) to establish a line of steam mail, provide for the, of the United States...1788, remarks on the California election case....1968 betwcen San Francisco, in California, and

1822, 1304, 2107, 2379, 2431, 2537, 2589 remarks on the Pacific railroad bill... ...1727, Shanghae, in China; touching at the SandSecret sessions, joint resolution relating to....554

1907, 1908, 2905 wich Islands and Japan ........ ...1841

ana........

Siam, joint resolution (S. No. 57) providing for Slidell, John, resolution for the imprisonment of,6 Stevens, Thaddeus, a Representative from Penn

the custody of the letter and gifts from the Slidell, John, and James M. Mason, remarks in sylvania- Continued. King of.......... ...1058, 1166, 1193, 1227 relation to the seizure of the British steamer

2646, 2662, 2663, 2665, 2711, 2716, 2739, Sickles, Frederick E., bill for the reliet'of, 594,710 Trent and the arrest of........

..5,

2744, 2792, 2819, 2843, 2844, 2845, 2879, Signal corps, bill to provide for the organization

101, 207, 210, 333, 494

2891, 2903, 2906, 2911, 2975, 2978, 3050, ofa, to serveduring the present war, 1193,1681 Sloan, A. Scott, a Representative from Wiscon

.3051, 3056, 3060, 3080, 3087, 3129, 3130, Signal service of the United States Army, bill

sin.......
.....548, 1022, 1370

3209, 3213, 3266, 3292, 3293, 3302, 33:26, making appropriations for the..... ..427, Smalley, Henry, bill for the relief of..........2846

3327, 3328, 3329, 3330, 3331, 3332, 3333, 736, 859, 878 | Small, Robert, bill for the benefit of, and others,

3366, 3367, 3370, 8394, 3395, 3396, 3397, Signals, bill (H. R. No. 97) authorizing the pur

2211, 2215, 2363, 2392

3398, 3399, 3400, 3401, 3405, 3406, 3407 chase, for the use of the Navy, of Coston's joint resolution for the emancipation of, and resolutions by ..............6, 20, 939, 10622, 3398 night.. .........1613, 2595 others

.2496 remarks on ihe reference of the President's (See Navy.)

Smith, Edward H., a Representative from New message........ ............20, 21, 22, 23, 24 Simmons, J. F., bill for the relief of .......... 2889 York..........

.975, 1042, 1484, 2792 remarks on the resolution relating to General Simmons, Seneca G., bill for the relief of....2709 Smith, Fanny Mactier, bill for the relief of, 3023, Halleck's order.

........57, 58 Simpson, George B., bill for the relief of...1115,

3155, 3243 remarks on the Kentucky volunteers bill... 103 1925, 1926 Smith, John A.-see Accounts.

remarks on the consular and diplomatic bill, 118, Skirring, John, bill for the relief of.............13, Smithsonian Institution, regents of the........146,

150, 151, 152, 153, 482, 485, 487,546, 603 1243, 1504, 1928, 1998, 2023, 2127

1192, 1390, 1431, 1455, 1462 remarks on fortification bill... 147, 353, 380,874 Slavery, joint resolution (H. R. No. 48) declar

report of the......

....2560 remarks on abolishing certain ports of entry, ing that the United States ought to coöperate joint resolution (H. R. No. 67) to supply the,

180 with, asfording pecuniary aid to, any State . with yolumes of Wilkes's Exploring Expe remarks on the civil bill......140, 210, 214, 215, which may. adopi the gradual abolishment dition................631, 1698, 1744, 1753, 1815

216, 231, 232, 233, 234, 235, 236, 237, 238, of ..... .....1102, Snowhook, William B., and others, bill for the

274, 276, 277, 278, 279, 281, 282, 283, 284, 1112, 1149, 1152, 1153, 1168, 1179, 1192, relief of....

...2230, 3259

298, 303, 304, 305, 751, 776, 777, 778,779, 1504, 1510, 1514, 1589, 1608, 1634, 1660 Spaulding, Elbridge G., a Representative from

782, 783, 784,813, 1001, 3120, 3165, 3188 bill to render freedom national and, sectional, New York ....... 109, 181, 198, 210, 274, 365, remarks on tea, sugar, and coffee dutirs, 1340, 1906, 2030, 2041, 2066, 2769, 2845 385, 399, 665, 776, 874, 909, 1000, 1001,

198, 199 bill (No. 108) for the release of certain persons

1527, 1629, 1847, 2327, 2765, 2766, 3109 remarks on the battle at Ball's Bluff.........191, held to service or labor in the District of Co resolutions by....... .....365, 909, 1527

196, 197, 198 lumbia.....

.1192, 1564, 1589, remarks on the reference of the President's remarks on the London exhibition resolution, 1613, 1614, 1629, 1655, 1660, 1686, 1924 message.........

.23, 24

227, 305, 326, 332 bill to proliibit the reduction of free persons to remarks on the tax resolution...

..344 remarks on the legislative bill.... 258, 400, 427, the condition of......... ...2495 remarks on the fortification bill..... .380

436, 442, 443, 457, 503, 504, 520, 521, bill granting the aid of the United States to cer remarks on the Treasury note bill........ ..435,

522, 527, 528, 529, 530, 531, 533, 546, tain States upon the adoption by them of a

523, 549, 593,617,618,655, 661,

1042, 1089, 1090, 1092, 1093, 1102, 1167 system of emancipation, and to provide for 665, 687, 692, 881, 900, 3109 remarks on the Army bill...

..297, the colonization of free negroes....3394, 3399 remarks on the legislative bill.......... ..522

552, 569, 577, 578, 907, 908, 909 select committee on a plan for the gradual ex remarks on the civil bill........

..780 remarks on the state of the Union.... ..439, tinction of.............1563, 1580, 1607, 1655 remarks on the tax bill.....

1242,

495, 497, 599, 1130, 1199, 1200 instructions to the..............

.1743

1454, 1455, 1456, 1481, 1583 remarks on the newspaper postage bill......425 report from the ....... ..3394 remarks on Treasury note bill No. 187...2766, remarks on the naval bill..

..454, (See District of Columbia.)

2794, 2889, 2903, 2904

813, 827, 828, 829, 830, 831, 632, Slaves, within military districts, resolutions re Speyer & Co., Philip, bill for the relief of....564,

834, 835, 1608, 1609, 1610, 3182, 3183 lating to the disposition of.........5, 6, 33, 115

726, 828 remarks on the Treasury note bill, 526,527,549, bill to forfeit the property and, of persons who Spirituous liquors, sale of: bill (H. R. No. 186)

551,552,568, 593, 594, 614,615, 617,629, shall engage in or aid and abet rebellion to amend an act to regulate trade and inter

631, 636, 637,640, 687,688,689, 691,692, against the United States .7, 56, course with the Indian tribes, and to preserve

693,694, 695, 707,828,874, 881,888,889, 1303, 1321, 1682 peace on the frontiers, approved June 30,

891,899, 900, 901,909,938, 939, 948, 953 bill making it a penal offense for any officer or 1834 ..........199, 384, 478, 480, 481, 777, 807 remarks on the resolution relating to railroads private of the Army or Navy to capture or (See District of Columbia.)

in Missouri....

.....709, return, or aid in the capture or return, of fu Staff-see Army.

710, 805, 806, 810, 812, 939, 1040 gitive ........16, 1682 | Stamps-see Postage stamps.

remarks on the resolution for the gradual iboljoint resolution touching the treatment of, in State Department, calls for information upon ishment of slavery....1102, 1103, 1154, 1168 the seceded States......

...16 the.....

..............877, 1847, 2671 remarks on the city railway... . 1044, bill to confiscate the property of rebels, to lib communications from the.......

..24,

2020, 2021, 2110, 2111 erate their, and employ and colonize the

99, 545, 592, 930, 932, 2065 remarks on purchase of coin...1103, 1116, 1235 ........35, 39, 487 Steamers, bill to authorize the construction of remarks on ihestax bill..

.1194, resolutions relating to, in the District of Co twenty iron.clad...........

.123

1217, 1218, 1219, 1227, 1228, 1236, lumbia ....... .........35, 36 Steele, William G., a Representative from New

1237, 1238, 1239, 1240, 1241, 1242, joint resolution relative to the right and duty of Jersey .....

141, 262,

1244, 1245, 1252, 1253, 1254, 1255, 1256, the President in regard to persons held as, in

384, 726, 1643, 1840, 2536, 2904, 3153

1258, 1259, 1273, 1274, 1277, 1278, 1279, any military district in a state of insurrection, resolutions by

. 141, 384

1286, 1287, 1288, 1289, 1290, 1291, 1292, 5, 78, 115, 1682 || Steele, John B., a Representative from New York,

1293, 1295, 1296, 1303, 1304, 1305, 1306, resolutions relating to...........5, 15, 16, 33, 35,

59, 169, 231, 262, 304, 325, 349, 439, 549,

1307, 1308, 1310, 1311, 1312, 1313, 1314, 36, 78, 115, 158, 159, 168, 172, 228, 568, 614, 695, 957, 958, 1029, 1763, 2100,

1322, 1323, 1324, 1327, 2328, 1329, 1342, 399, 1251, 1252, 1480, 1563, 1743, 2157, 2670, 2671, 2793, 3107, 3128, 3216

1343, 1344, 1345, 1346, 1360, 1361, 1362, 1886, 2587, 2620, 2623, 2739, 3153 resolutions by....

....169

1363, 1366, 1369, 1983, 1452, 1453, 1454, bill to free from servitude the, of the rebels en remarks on the tax bill..........1243, 1245, 1278,

1455, 1458, 1459, 1460, 1461, 1462, 1463, gaged in or abetting the existing rebellion

1312, 1330, 1385, 1386, 1387, 1453, 1528

1464, 1480, 1481, 1483, 1486, 1487, 1488, against the Government of the United States, remarks on the medical department of the

1489, 1508, 1509, 1510, 1511, 1512, 1514, 1886, 2128, 2233, 2265, 2292, 2323, Army...

....... 1584, 1586, 1588

1527, 1528, 1529, 1530, 1531, 1532, 1533, 2341, 2356, 2361, 2393, 2408, 2560, 2671, Sterry, William, bill granting a pension 10, 1236

1534, 1535, 1536, 1544, 1545, 1546, 1549, 2764, 2789, 2790, 2792, 2825, 2879, 2906 Stevens, Thaddeus, a Representative from Penn

1550, 1564, 1565, 1566, 1567, 1577, 1583, bill to declare and limit the number of volun sylvania...... .2, 3, 5, 6, 15, 25, 36, 57,

1614, 2620, 2680, 2681, 2682, 2890, 2891 teer soldiers of the Army of the United States,

76, 115, 118, 121, 140, 147, 148, 150, 157, remarks on the medical department of the and to prohibit the arming of, in any part of 159, 169, 171, 172, 178, 183, 189, 210, 229, Army.

.1273, 1583, 1584 the United States.......

.2415
230, 231, 257, 297, 322, 333, 349, 350, 357, remarks on confiscation....

....1303, bill to repeal an act to amend and supplement380, 400, 419, 427, 454, 457, 481, 488, 494,

1802, 1804, 2765, 3267 ary to an act respecting fugitives from jus

503, 509, 549,554, 555, 567,593, 594, 603, remarks relating to Government contracts, tice and persons escaping from the service of

610, 611, 614, 629, 710,717, 726, 784, 785,

1381, 1382, 1383, 1743, 1744, 1745, 1751, their masters, approved February 12, 1793,

813, 831, 835, 852,857,858, 874,903, 907,

1752, 1753, 1840, 1841, 1842, 1848, 1849, 2069, 2623, 2662, 2769 909, 937,938, 939,948,954, 955,958, 959,

1850, 1851, 1852, 1853, 1871, 1887, 1888 rendition of, by the Army: bill to make an ad

1001, 1010, 1023, 1024, 1025, 1044, 1054, remarks on assigning the command of troops, ditional article of war.

..955, 957,
1055, 1062, 1084, 1086, 1103, 1168, 1193,

1506, 1507, 1508 958, 975, 999, 1168, 1199, 1243

1205, 1227, 2236, 1241, 1250, 1251, 1252, remarks on the bill to abolish slavery in the (See Confiscation; Rebellion.) 1258, 1279, 1314, 1320, 1321, 1330, 1452, District of Columbia.......

..1613, Slave trade, bill (S. No. 352) to carry into effect 1461, 1464, 1480, 1504, 1550, 1551, 1563,

1643, 1645, 1646, 1648, 1649 the treaty between the United States and her

1577, 1578, 1589, 1612, 1613, 1614, 1629, remarks on the Pacific railroad bill, 1889, 1890, Britannic Majesty, for the suppression of the 1649, 1711, 1722, 1723, 1729, 1743, 1770,

1891, 1892, 1907, 1908, 1909, African....... .........2955, 3155, 3209 1820, 1843, 1904, 1906, 1925, 1942, 1943,

1910, 1911, 1912, 1913, 1943, bill (S. No. 385) to amend an act to amend an 2021, 2081, 2111, 2134, 2136, 2177, 2178,

1944, 1946, 1947, 1949, 1950 aci in addition to the acts prohibiting tbe,

236.3, 2388, 2409, 2414, 2439, 2498, 2537, remarks on Army appropriations for 1863, 1925, 3994, 3397, 340 2554, 2588, 2894, 2595, 2621, 2622, 2841,

1942, 2129, 2134, 2185, 286

same...

Stevens, Thaddeus, a Representative from Penn- || Thanks of Congress, Continued.

Thomas, Benjamin F., a Representative from sylvania-Continued.

joint resolution tendering the, to Colonel James Massachusetts-Continued. remarks on the prohibition of slavery..... 2047, A. Garfield, and to the officers and men under resolutions by ........ ...........1252, 2159

2052, 2053, 2054 his command, for their gallant conduct at remarks on tea, sugar, and coffee duties....169 remarks on the seacoast fortifications bill, 1906, Middle Creek......

......593 remarks on the seizure of the Trent.......... 209 2431, 2593, 2594 joint resolution (s. No. 44) tendering the, to remarks on the civil bill.......... .284, 3108 remarks on the bill for the collection of taxes Captain Samuel F. Du Pont, and officers, remarks on the Pennsylvania election, (Butler in insurrectionary districts....... .......2409, petty officers, seamen, and marines under vs. Lehman).........

373 2410, 2411, 2412, 2414, 2497 his command, for the victory of Port Royal, remarks on the war claims of the States.... 457 remarks on the District hospital bill.......2437,

710, 873, 878 remarks on the Trea note bill...........618, 2438, 2439 joint resolution (S. No. 51) giving the, to the

638, 639, 661, 665, 681, 688 remarks on the Indian bill, 2494,2495,2588, 2682 officers, soldiers, and seamen of the Army remarks on the bill relating to sutters...... 1146 remarks on the recognition of Hayti and Libe and Navy, for their gallantry in the recent remarks on the resolution for the gradual abolria ......... ........2503, 2505, 2506 brilliant victories over the enemies of the ishment of slavery...

.1149, remarks on the Illinois ship canal ..........2711, Union and the Constitution.....858, 873, 878

1152, 1153, 1173, 1178, 1192 2906, 3033 joint resolution tendering the, to Generals Hal remarks on the tax bill... ..1218, 1219, remarks on Treasury note bill No. 187...2768, leck and Grant, and the officers and men un

1221, 1236, 1243, 1244, 1245, 1275, 2794, 2797, 2880, 2886, 2887, der their command, for achieving the glori

1276, 1377, 1293, 1322, 1323, 1325, 2889, 2903, 2904, 3128, 3182 ous victories at Fort Donelson.......930, 958

1326, 1327, 1328, 1347, 1361, 1386, remarks on the tariff bill... .2936, 2938, 2939, joint resolution (No. 61) tendering the, to Cap

1387, 1408, 1411, 1433, 1434, 2891 2940, 2979, 2982, 2983, 2985, 2986, 3050, tain Louis M. Goldsborough and officers, remarks on confiscation ....... 1698, 1769, 1788, 3051, 3052, 3053, 3054, 3055, 3268, 3269 perty officers, seamen, and marines under his

2324, 2325, 2326, 2341, 2765, 3107, 3370 remarks on the naval appropriation bill for command, for the victory at Roanoke island, remarks on the Pacific railroad bill..1703, 1708 1863..... .......3056, 3057,

1054, 1102, 1166, 1167, 3084, 3128 remarks on the prohibition of slavery..... 2044, 3058, 3080, 3081, 3082, 3109, 3261, 3262 joint resolution presenting the, to Captain John

2052, 2053 remarks on General Hunter's letter........3125, Ericsson for the enterprise, skill, energy, remarks on the death of Hon. Goldsmith F. 3126, 3127 and forecast displayed by him in the con Bailey ..........

....2158 Stevens's battery, joint resolution (No.99) relin struction of his iron-clad boat the Monitor, remarks on the bill regulating the compensaquishing to the heirs-at-law of Robert L. Ste

1192, 1431 tion of district attorneys.....2565, 2566, 2567 vens, deceased, all the right, title, and inter joint resolution tendering the, to Brigadier remarks on the bill to quiet California land est of the United States in and to the...3362, General Curtis, and the officers and men un titles ........

....2646 3397, 3404 der his command, for their bravery at the re remarks on equalizing the grades in the naval Stickney, George W., bill for the relief of...1743 cent brilliant victory at Pea Ridge, Arkansas, service.....

..2743 Stiles, John D., a Representative from Pennsyl

1217 remarks on the Treasury note bill No. 187..2794, vania....... 2526, 2906, 3060, 3101, 3268, 3303 joint resolution expressing the, to Lieutenant

2887 resolution by.......

....3101 J. L. Worden of the United States Navy,. remarks on claims for losses by the rebellion, Stratton, John L. N., a Representative from New and the officers and men under his command

2847, 2977 Jersey, 8, 1658, 1680, 2054, 2185, 2739, 2955 in the Monitor.......... 1222, 1235, 3084, 3128 || Thomas, Francis, a Representative from Maryremarks on the tax bill... ..1222, joint resolution expressive of the, to Captain land.......

..101, 1022, 1306, 1307, 1308, 1529, 1535 A. H. Foote, of the United States Navy, and

1193, 1252, 1649, 1942, 1971, 1972, remarks on the naval bill........1609, 1610, 1612 the officers and men under his command in

1978, 2638, 2690, 2879, 2953, 3243 remarks on the tariff bill..........

.2984 the western flotilla..... 1222, 1235, 1252, 3079 resolutions by... .........100, 1608, 2953 Strong, William Y., bill for the relief of, 477,527 joint resolution tendering the, to Captain Sam remarks on the bill for completing the defenses Supplies, bill (No. 228) authorizing the Secretary uel F. Du Pont for his services and gallantry of Washington........ ....612, 613, 614 of the Treasury to settle with the States for, in action

.......1339, 3084 remarks on the emancipation resolution...1177 furnished their troops, 398, 454, 564,565, 566 joint resolution tendering the, to General Burn remarks on the state of the Union..........1614 Surveyor general at St. Louis, bill concerning the side and the officers and soldiers of his com Todd, John B. S., a Delegate from Dakota...32, closing of the office of the........ ..25, 364 mand, and to Commander Rowan and the

1042 (See Private land claims; Public lands.) officers and sailors under him, for the tri resolutions by...........

.........1042 Sutliff & Case, bill for the relief of, 1084, 2184, 2953 umphant victory of the Union forces at New Todhunter, Charles, bill for the relief of.........13 Sutlers, bill (S. No. 126) to provide for the ap bern

.......... 1340 | Tom Dyer, bill (No. 242) changing the name of pointment of, in the volunteer service, and to joint resolution presenting the, to Lieutenant the American-built schooner, to that of Doldefine their duties...... .568, 775, George N. Morris, his officers and men, for phin...;

...1504, 2908, 3023 1085, 1143, 1145, 1179, 1250, 1251, 1277 gallant services on board the United States ship | Totten, Brigadier General Joseph G., bill for the Sweeny, Rittenhouse, Fant & Co., claim of, Cumberland in her engagement in Hampton relief of..... .........850, 1929, 3083, 3157 1631, 1822 Roads, 8th of March,

1862 ......... 1340, 2710 || Town sites-see Public Lands. T.

joint resolution of, to the officers and soldiers Trade marks-see Fraud. Talbot, Adelaide, bill for the relief of.........1892 who achieved the victories at Island No. 10 | Train, Charles R., a Representative from MassaTariff-see Revenue.

and at Pittsburg Landing, Tennessee... 1608 chusetts......5, 168, 169, 231, 262, 298, 377, Taxes-see Rebellion; Revenue. joint resolution of, to Captain David G. Farra

727,760, 835, 856, 857, 874, 878,947,958, Telegraphic communication, bill to appropriate gut, of the United States Navy; and to the

985, 1042, 1044, 1046, 1084, 1115, 1131, $50,000 for the survey of the northern waters, officers and men under his conimand...2175,

1171, 1193, 1227, 1236, 1341, 1346, 1360, coasts, and islands of the Pacific ocean and

2271, 3084, 3128

1370, 1390, 1577, 2066, 2107, 2111, 2126, Behring's straits, in view of, between the resolution of, to Major General Halleck...2621

2152, 2153, 2341, 2439, 2613, 2668, 2670, mouth of the Amoor river, in Asia, and the joint resolution tendering the, to Commander

2713, 2716, 3034, 3107, 3128, 3153, 3157, confines of the Russian possessions in Amer Charles H. Davis, of the United States Navy,

3183, 3188, 3267, 3293, 3294, 3302, 3328, ica ... ..230 his officers and crew...

..2879

3331, 3363, 3368, 3370, 3397, 3398, 3400 Telegraph-see Rat road.

joint resolution tendering the, to the several resolutions by........... .727, 874, 1115, 1390 Templeton, Andrew, bill for relief of... 1925, 2715 captains and commanders of the naval forces remarks on the civil bill........ ..283, 782 Territorial government--see Rebellion.

of the United States in the squadron com remarks on diplomatic bill...482, 483, 484, 486 Territories, the Committee on....... 19, 1815, 1924 manded by Flag Officer Farragut.........3085 remarks on the legislative bill............531, 546 instructions to ......... 16, 56, 57, 157, 168, 1042 joint resolution (No. 102) tendering the, to remarks on the removal of the Capitol bakcreports from..1193, 1341, 1847, 1906, 2027, 2030 Captain A. H. Foote, United States Navy, ries.........

.1084 adverse reports from .............1083, 1084, 2030 3243, 3328, 3367, 3393, 3405 remarks on the tax bill...

....1343, Territories, Bill (H. R. No. 374) to render free joint resolution tendering the, to Captain James

1361, 1362, 1387, 1388, 1510, 2681 dom national and slavery sectional in the, L. Lardner, and other officers of the Navy, remarks on the bill abolishing slavery in the 1340, 1906, 2030, 2041, 2066 in pursuance of the recommendation of the District of Columbia.......

1645 bill to secure freedom to all persons within the, President of the United States.............3398 remarks on transferring the supervision of the

of the United States...........2069, 2769, 2845 Thanks of the House, resolution tendering the, to Capitol extension....... ....1658, 1659 Territory, bill to provide for a temporary govern Major General George B. McClellan, for the remarks on transferring the penitentiary buildment for the, of Arizona.... ....167, display of those high military qualities which ings.........

.....2107 1193, 1341, 1342, 1846, 2023 secure important results with but little sac remarks on the death of Hon. Goldsmith F. bill to provide a temporary government for the, rifice of human life.............................2041 Bailey................

.............2159 of Lanniwa...... .............2415, 2495 || Thomas, Benjamin F., a Representative from remarks on the impeachment of Judge HumThanks of Congress, joint resolution expressive Massachusetts...

..5, 61, 159, phreys.........

.2943 of the recognition by Congress of the gallant

426, 457, 482, 554, 555, 853, 854,874,953, remarks on the tariff bill..... ........2985 and patriotic services of the late Brigadier

1046, 1047, 1061, 1093, 1118, 1321, 1322, || Treason-see Confiscation; Rebellion. General Lyon, and the officers and soldiers

1360, 1369, 1370, 1581, 1586, 1608, 1660, || Treasury Department, calls for information upon under his command, at the battle of Spring. 80, 1682, 1724, 1725, 1743, 1747, 1753, the......

116, 172, 178, 183, 229, field, Missouri....

.. 158, 167, 189
1754, 1888, 1929, 2042, 2415, 2433, 2498,

253,384, 399, 593, 1041, 1251, 1562, 1743, joint resolution (H. R. No. 23) giving the, to

2532, 2535, 2537, 2614, 2651, 2663, 2669,

2233, 2321, 2415, 249, 2594, 2624, 2892 Colonel James A. Mulligan, and the officers

2682, 2766, 2792, 2847, 2848, 2849, 2891, communications from the......36,321, 419, 454, and men under his command, for their heroic

2904, 5908, 2955, 3101, 3158, 3237, 3261,

494, 592, 618, 726, 877, 1097, 1166, 1268, defense of Lexington, Missouri...........,158 3266, 3293, 3295, 3332, 3333, 3368, 3369

1320, 1886, 2560, 2953, 3080, 3258, 3298

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