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Boyd, SEMPRONIOS H., Representative in 41st Con-, CIVIL SERVICE, proposed amendments respecting,
gress, 2.

40, 42; executive order enforcing the additional
BRAXTON, ELLIOTT M., Representative in 42d Con- rules of, 65-69; bill of C. W. Willard, relative

gress, 63; bill of, respecting the Arlington to, and vote on, 65; reduction of appropriation
estate, 38.

for, 65; vote in Senate on proposition to appoint
BRECKINRIDGE, John C., popular and electoral vote commission on, 64.
for, in 1860, (note.) 182.

CIVIL SERVICE REFORM. President Grant on, 21, 27;
BRIGHT, John M., Representative in 42d Con- votes in Senate and House on continuing com-
gress, 63,

missioners, 64; rules and regulations of commis-
BROOKS, GEORGE M., Representative in 41st Con- sion, 66-69.

gress, 2; in 420, 63; resignation of, (note,) 63. CIVIL TENURE Act, bills to repeal the, 34, 127.
Brooks. JAMES, Representative in 41st Congress, 2; CLARK, WILLIAM T., Representative in 41st Con-

in 420, 63; resolution of, respecting the validity gress, 2: in 42d, unseated, note, 64.
of the XIIIth, XIVth, and XVth amendments, CLARKE, FREEMAN, Representative in 42d Con-
and vote on, 45.

gress, 63.
BROWN, BENJAMIN Gratz, nomination for Vice Pres- CLARKE, SIDNEY, Representative in 41st Congress, 3.

ident, 206, 210; letter of acceptance of, 206-210; CLAY, CASSIUS, M., ballot for Vice President, 206.
ballots for the Presidency, 206.

CLAYTON, POWELL, Senator in 42d Congress, 63.
Brownlow, William G., Senator in 41st Congress, CLEVELAND, ORESTES, Representative in 41st Con-
1; in 4.d, 63.

gress, 2.
BUCK, ALFRED E., Representative in 41st Congress, 2. COAL, amendment to place on free list and vote on,
BUCKINGHAM, WILLIAM A., Senator in 41st Con- 92; bill to place on free list and vote on, 95;
gress, 1 ; in 42d, 62.

resolution and vote on, 96.
BUCKLEY, CHARLES W., Representative in 41st Con- COBB, AMASA, Representative in 41st Congress, 2.
gress, 2; iu +20, 63.

COBB, CLINTON L., Representative in 41st Congress,
BUFFINTON, JAMES, Representative in 41st Congress, 2; in 42d, 63.
2; in 420, 63.

COBURN, John, Representative in 41st Congress, 2;
BURCHARD, HORATIO C., Representative in 41st Con- in 42d, 63; constitutional amendment proposed
gress, 2; in 420, 64.

by, 40.
BURDETT, SAMUEL S., Representative in 41st Con- COCKBURN, SIR ALEXANDER, member of tribunal

giess, 2; in 420, 64; constitutional amendment of arbitration, 106.
proposed by, 40.

COFFEE AND TEA. (See tea and coffee.)
BURR, ALBERT G., Representative in 41st Congress, 2. Coghlan, John M.,

Representative in 42d Congress,
BUTLER, BENJAMIN F., Representative in 41st Con- 64; constitutional amendment proposed by, and

gress, 2; in 420, 63; bills of, to repeal the ten- vote on, 41.
ure-of-office act, 34, 127; motion to recommit COLE, CORNELIUS, Senator in 41st Congress, 1; in
civil service bill, 65; amnesty act, 72; report on 42d, 63; amendments to amnesty bill and votes
woman suffrage, 110-117; bill to receive "legal
tenders" in partial payment of customs, and COLFAX, SCHUYLER, Vice President, 1, 62; ballot
vote on, 127.

for Vice President in Philadelphia, 1872, 203,
BUTLER, RODERICK R., Representative in 41st Con- COLORADO, population of, (note,) 182; 'wealth, local
gress, 2; in 42d, 63.

debt, and taxation in, 183; manufactures, 191.
CABINET OF ULYSSES S. GRANT, President. 62. COLORED NATIONAL PLATFORM of 1872, 212, 213.
CAKE, HENRY L., Representative in 41st Congress, 2. COLUMBUS NATIONAL PLATFORM of 1872, 211, 212.
CALDWELL, ALEXANDER, Senator in 42d Congress, 36. COMINGO, A BRAM, Representative in 42d Congress, 1
CALDWELL, ROBERT P., Representative in 42d Con- 64; constitutional amendment proposed by, 42.
gress, 63,

COMMERCE, President Grant on revival of Amer- :
CALIFORNIA, Senators and Representatives in 41st ican, 20.

Congress, 1.2; in 420, 63, 64; Republican plat- COMMON SCHOOLS, free, proposed amendment to
form of 1871, 132, 133; Republican and Demo- create, 39; bill to provide for the maintenance
cratic of 1872, 150; apportionment of representa- of, and votes on, 122-124.
tion, population, and vote in Electoral College / Conger, OMAR D., Representative in 41st Congress,
under census of 1860 and 1870, 182; popular and 2; in 42d, 61.
electoral vote at presidential election of 1868, CONGRESS, expenses of, from 1860 to 1871, inclusive,
182; election in 1871, 182; wealth, local debt, and (note,) 187-188.
taxation in, 183: relative rank of, (note,) 183; | CONKLING, ROSCOE, Senator in 41st Congress, 1;
manufactures, 191.

in 42d, 62; amendin«nt to amnesty bill, and
CALKIN, HERVEY C., Representative in 41st Con- vote on, 79-80; motion on labor comunission
gress, 2.

bill, 72.
CAMERON, Simon, Senator in 41st Congress, 1; in CONNECTICUT, Senators and Representatives in 41st
42d, 62.

Congress, 1-2; in 42d, 62-63; Republican, Dein-
CAPTURED AND ABANDONED PROPERTY, amount of, ocratic, Labor Retorin platforms of 1872. 150–152;
187.

apportionment of representation, population,
CAMPBELL, LEWIS D., Representative in 42d Con- and vote in Electoral College under censuses of
gress, 63.

1860 and 1870, 182; popular and electoral vote at
CARPENTER, MATTHEW H., Senator in 41st Congress, presidential election of 1868, 182; election in

1; in 420, 63; motion respecting civil service 1870, 182; in 1871, 182;' in 1872, 131; wealth, local
commission, and vote on, 64; report on woman debt, and taxation in, 183; relative rank of,
suffrage, 117-120; amendment to supplementary (uote.) 183; manufactures, 191.
civil rights bill, and vote on, 74; amendments CONNER. John C., Representative in 41st Congress, 2:
to amnesty and civil rights bill, and votes on, 76, in 42d, 64.
77, 80.

ConstiTUTIONAL AMENDMENTS, proposed, 38-43;
CARROLL, John M., Representative in 42d Con- XI Ith, XIVth, and XVth, and votes on validity
gress, 63.

of, 43-45.
CASSERLY, EUGENE, Senator in 41st Congress, 1; in ConstITUTIONAL TRIBUNAL, new, proposition to

42d, 63; amendment to enforcement act, 8; mo- create, 39-40.
tion on labor commission bill, 72; motion on CONSTITUTIONS, STATE, amendments proposed and
civil rights bill, 74.

made to, 46-53.
CATTELL, ALEXANDER G., Senator in 41st Con- CONTRACTS, proposed amendments to prohibit im-
gress, 1.

pairing the obligation of, 40, 42.
CESSNA, John, Representative in 41st Congress, 2. CONVENTIONS, NATIONAL, 203-213; Republican, 203-
CHANDLER, ZACHARIAH, Senator in 41st Congress, 1; 205; Liberal Republican, 206-208; Democratic,
in 420, 63.

210; Labor Reforin, 210-212; colored, 212-213.
CHASE, SALMON P., ballots for the Presidency, 206. COOK, BURTON C., Representative in 41st Congress, 2;
CHURCHILL, JOHN C., Representative in 41st Cun- in 42d, and resignation vi, (uore,) 64.
gress, 2.

COOPER, HENRY, Senator in 42d Congress, 63;
CINCINNATI NATIONAL PLATFORM of 1872, 206-208. awendment to ainesty and civil rights bill, and
CIVIL LIST EXPENDITURES, annual, from 1860 to vote on, 77.

1871, inclusive, 187; gross amount of, from 1789 CORBETT, HENRY W., Senator in 41st Congress, 1;
to 1871, 188 ; itens of, (uote.) 187.

in 420, 63; amendment to amnesty bill, and
Ovil Rights, bills to secure equility of, and votes vote on, 81.

on, 73, 74-81, 83-85; President Grant's letter on, CORKER, STEPHEN A., Representative in 41st Con-
132.

gress, 2.

gress, 63.

CORPORATIONS, proposed constitutionalamendments DISCRIMINATING DUTIES, President Grant's pro-

respecting, 40, 42; provisions in the new cunsti- clamation discontinuing, on merchandise, 15, 16.
tution of Illinois respecting. 46, 47; State of District of COLUMBIA, population of, (note,) 182 ;
Missouri, 49: West Virginia, 52.

wealth, local debt, and taxation in, 183; manu-
Cotton, captured and abandoned, proceeds of, 187. factures, 191.
Cotton, AYLETT R., Representative in 420 Con- D'ITAJUBA. Baron, member of tribunal of arbitra-
gress, 64.

tion, 106.
COVODE, 'Jonx, Representative in 41st Congress, 2; Dixon JOSEPH, Representative in 41st Congress, 2.
death of, (note.) 2.

Dixon, NATHAN F., Representative in 41st Con-
COWLES, GEORGE W., Representative in 41st Con- gress, 2.
gress, 2.

DOCKERY, OLIVER H., Representative in 41st Con-
Cox, JACOB D., resigned as Secretary of the Interior,

gress, 2.
62: ballots for Vice President, 206.

DOMESTIC VIOLENCE IN STATES, proposed protec-
Cox, SAMUEL S., Representative in 41st Congress, 2; tion against, 39.

in 420, 63 ; resolution of, respecting pig iron, 96. DONLEY, JOSEPH B., Representative in 41st Con-
CRAGIN, AARON H., Senator in 41st Congress, 1; in gress, 2..
42d, 62.

DONNAN, WILLIAM G., Representative in 42d Con-
CREBS, John M., Representative in 41st Congress, gress, 64; motion on St. Croix bill, and vote on,
2; in 42d, 64.

125.
CREELY, JOHN V., Representative in 420 Congress, 63. DOUGLAS, STEPHEN A.. popular and electoral vote
CB ESWELL, JOHN A. J., Postmaster General, 62; for, in 1860, (note,) 182.

statement of, respecting business of his Depart- Dox, PETER M., Representative in 41st Congress, 2;
ment, 190, 191.

in 42d, 63.
CRITCHER, John, Representative in 42d Congress, 63. DRAKE, CHARLES D., Senator in 41st Congress, 1;
CROCKER, ALVAH, Representative in 42d Congress, 63. resignation of, (note,) 1; constitutional amend-
CROSSLAND. EDWARD, Representative in 42d Con- ment proposed by, 39.

Du BOSE, DUDLEY M., Representative in 420 Con-
CUBAN AFFAIRS, President Grant on, 16, 24.

gress, 63.
CULLOY, SHELBY M., Representative in 41st Con- DUELL, R. HOLLAND, Representative in 42d Con-
gress, 2.

gress, 63.
CUMULATIVE VOTING, provision in the new constitu- DUKE, RICHARD T. W., Representative in 41st Con-
tion of Illinois respecting, 46.

gress, 2; in 42d. 63.
CURRENCY, table showing variation in value of, 191. DUNNELL, MARK H., Representative in 420 Con-
CUSHING, CALEB, counsel for United States at tri-

gress, 64.
bunal of arbitration, 106.

DUTIES, CUSTOM, under laws of 1870 and 1872, 192-
Customs, table of reductions in, 185; annual amount 201.

of, from 1860 to 1871, 187; gross amount of, from DUVAL, Isaac H., Representative in 41st Con-
1789 to 1871, 187; rates of, under old and new gress, 3.
laws, 192-201.

DYER, DAVID P., Representative in 41st Congress, 2.
DAKOTA, population of. (note,) 182; wealth, local EAMES, BENJAMIN T., Representative in 42d Con-
debt, and taxation in, 183; manufactures, 191.

gress, 63.
DAMAGES, provision for reimbursement for, inflicted EDMUNDS, GEORGE F., Senator in 41st Congress, 1;

by Ku Klux, and votes on, in Senate and House, in 42d, 62; amendments to amnesty bill and
88-89.

votes on, 78, 79.
DARRALL, CHESTER B., Representative in 41st Con- EDUCATIONAL Fund, bill to create an, and votes
gress, 2; in 42d, 63.

on, 122-124,
DAVIS, DAVID, nomination of, for the Presidency, EDWARDS, John, Representative in 42d Congress,
210-211; his response and declination, 212.

64; unseated, (note,) 64.
Davis, EDMUND J., ballot for, for Vice President at EIGHT-Hour Law, vote on passage of, 69; Attorney
Philadelphia, 1872, 203.

General Hoar's opinion ou, 69; President Grant's
DAVIS, GARRETT, Senator in 41st Congress, 1; in 42d, order respecting, 70; subsequent votes respect-

63; constitutional amendment proposed by, 39. ing, 70, 71; vote on repeal of, 71.
Davis, HENRY G., Senator in 42d Congress, 63. ELA, JACOB H., Representative in 41st Congress, 2.
DAV18, J. C. BANCROFT, agent of United States at ELDREDGE, CHARLES A., Representative in 41st
tribunal of arbitration, 106.

Congress, 2; in 42d, 61; motion on supplement-
Davis, John J., Representative in 42d Congress, 64. ary civil rights bill, and vote on, 83-84; amend-
DAWES, HENRY L., Representative in 41st Congress, ment to St. Croix bill, and vote ou, 125-126.

2; in 42d, 63; amnesty bill, and vote on, 82; amend- ELECTIONS, STATE, 1870 and 1871, 182.
ment to deficiency bill, respecting wages of ELECTORAL COLLEGE, tables showing, 182, 185.
workmen, and vote on, 70; motion on Ku Klux ELECTORAL VOTE, proposed amendments respecting
act, 88; substitute of, for tariff act, 93; vote on the, 38, 40; of 1868, 182; of 1860, 1864, (note,) 182.
substitute, 93-94; resolution on tariff, and vote ELLIOTT, ROBERT B., Representative in the 42d
on, 94 ; resolution respecting the power of the Congress, 63; resolutions relative to bill to secure
Senate to amend revenue bills, 128-129.

equality of civil rights, and votes on, 84-85.
Day, Horace, F., ballots for the Presidency, 210-211. ELY, SMITH, JR., Representative in 42d Congress,
DEBT, State, county, town, and city in each State and 63.

Territory in 1870, 183; National, 1857-1872, and of ENFORCEMENT ACT or 41st CONGRESS, and votes,
each Administration, from Washington to Graut, 3-8; of 42d, and votes, 90-91.
184.

EQUALITY OF Civil Rights, bill to secure, votes
DEGENER, EDWARD, Representative in 41st Con- upon, 73, 74-81, 83-85.
gress, 2.

EvaRTS, WM. M., counsel for United States at tribu-
DELANO, COLUMBUS, Secretary of the Interior, 62. nal of arbitration, 106.
DE LARGE. ROBERT C., Representative in 42d Con- EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENTS, expenses of, from 1860
FERRISS, ORANGE, Representative in 41st Con- GOLLADAY, EDWARD I., Representative in 42d
gress, 2.

tu 1871, inclusive, (note,) 187-188.
DELAWARE, Senators and Representatives in 41st EXPENDITURES AND REVENUES OF THE GOVERNMENT

Congress, 1-2; in 420, 62-63; Republican plat- from 1860 to 1871, inclusive, 187-191.
form of 1872, 152-153; apportionment of repre- FARM LANDS, statistics of, 184.
sentation, population, and vote in Electoral FARNSWORTH, John F., Representative in 41st Cons
College under censuses of 1860 and 1870, 182; pop- gress, 2; in 420, 64; bill of, respecting coal, 95;
ular and electoral vote at presidential election amendinent proposed tu Ku Klux bill, and
of 1868, 182; election in 1871, 182: wealth, local vote on, 87; amendments respecting wages of
debt, and taxation in, 183; relative rank of, workwen, and vote on, 70-71.
(note.) 183; manufactures, 191.

FARWELL, CHARLES B., Representative in 42d Con-
DICKEY, OLIVER J., Representative in 41st Congress,

gress, 64,
2; in 420, 63.

FEMALE SUFFRAGE, proposed amendinents to secure,
Dickinson, EDWARD F., Representative in 41st Con- 40, 42-43 ; majority report of the House Judiciary

Coininittee on, 108-110; minority report on, 110-
DIRECT TAXES, ainounts received from 1789 to 1871, 117; report of Senate Judiciary Committee,

117-120; State action on. (Iowa, Maine, Michi.
DISABILITIES, President Grant's recommendation gan, Viah, and Wyoining,) 120-121.

on the removal of, 26; bills for the removal of. Fenton, REUBEN E., Senator in 41st Congress, 1; in
72-73, 75-83.

424,62; motion on extension of Ku Klux act, 89.

gress, 63.

gress, 2.

187.

Congress, 63; proposed constitutional amond-
FERRY, ORRIN, S., Senator in 41st Congress, 1; in ment, 42.

420, 62; amendments to amnesty and civil rights GOODRich, Milo, Representative in 420 Congress,
bill, and votes on, 76.

63; amendment to educational bill, and vote
FERRY, Thomas W.. Representative in 41st Congress,

on, 123.
2: Senator in 420, 63; resignation of, (note,) 64, GORHAM, GEORGE C., Secretary of the Senate, 1, 62.
FIFTEENTH AMENDMENT, copy of, 43; votes on the GRANT, ULYSSES S., President, CABINET OF. 62;

validity of, 44, 45: action of Legislatures of New LETTER OF, to supplementary civil rights meet-
Jersey and New York on, 129-130.

ing, 132; MESSAGES OF, second annual, 16-22;
FINKELNBURG, GUSTAVUS A., Representative in 41st third annual, 23-27; SPECIAL MESSAGES OF, on

Congress, 2; in 420, 64; motion on tariff, and territorial government for Indians, 27, 28; on
vote on, 93,

the union of the States of Germany, 28; on the
FISH, HAMILTON, Secretary of State, 62.

"test-oath," 28, 29; on the condition of the
FISHER, John, Representative in 41st Congress, 2. lately insurrectionary States, 29; on the re-
FISHERIES, THE, President Grant on, 18, 19, 23; pro- port of the San Domingo commission, 29,

visions in Treaty of Washington relative to, 101, 30; on the report of the civil service com-
102, 103-104; products of, (note,) 191.

mission, 30, 31; on lawlessness in South Car-
FITCH, Thomas, Representative in 41st Congress, 3. plina, 31; respecting immigrants, 31, 32; veto-
FLANAGAN, JAMES W., Senator in 41st Congress, 1; ing J. Milton Best's claim, 32; transmitting to
in 420, 63.

Senate proposed new article to treaty of Wash-
FLORIDA, Senators and Representatives 41st Con- ington, 105; ORDERS OF, respecting the eight-

gress, 1-2; in 42d, 63-64; Republican platform hour law, 70; PROCLAMATIONS OF, neutrality,
of 1872, 153-154 ; apportionment of representa- 8-11; warning against illegal military enter-
tion, population, and vote in Electoral College prises, 11, 12; commanding dispersion of armed
under census of 1860 and 1870, 182; electoral vote men in South Carolina, 12; calling attention to
at presidential election of 1868, 182; election in the Ku Klux act, 12, 13; commanding the dis-
1870, 182; wealth, local debt, and taxation in, persion of unlawful combinations in certain
183; relative rank of, (note, 183; manufactures, counties of South Carolina, 13; suspending the
191.

habeas corpus, 13, 14; revoking said suspension
FOREIGN-BORN CITIZENS, proposed amendments on As to Marion county, 14, 15; making it as to

eligibility of, to the Presidency, 39, 41-42, and Union, 15; discontinuing discriminating duties
vote thereon, 41-42.

on merchandise imported in Spanish vessels, 15,
FOREIGN INTERCOURSE EXPENDITURES, annual, from 16; executive order enforcing the additional

1860 to 1871, inclusive, 187; gross amount of, from rules of the civil service commission, 65-69, en-
1789 to 1871, 188; items of, (note,) 188.

forcing the amnesty act, 73; renomination of,
FORKER, SAMUEL C., Representative in 42d Con- 203; letter of acceptance of, 205.
gress, 63.

GREELEY, HORACE, nomination of, 206, 210; letter of
FOSTER, CHARLES, Representative in 42d Con-
gress, 63.

Griffith, SAMUEL, Representative in 423 COD!
Foster, HENRY Đ., Representative in 42d Con-

gress, 63.
gress, 63.

GRISWOLD, John A., Representative in 41st Con-
FOSTER, WILDER D., Representative in 42d Con-
gress, 64.

GROESBECK, William S., ballot for the Presidency,
FOURTEENTH AMENDMENT, copy of, 43; votes on the 210.

validity of, 44, 45; act to enforce the provisions HABEAS CORPUS, President Grant's proclamation sus-
of, and vote on, 85–90; note respecting, 43.

pending, in certain counties of South Carolina,
FOWLER, JOSEPH S.. Senator in 41st Congress, 1. 13, 14; revoking the suspension us to Marion
Fox, John, Representative in 41st Congress, 2.

county, South Carolina, 14, 15; suspending in
FREE COMMON Schools, proposed amendinent to cre- Union county, South Carolina, 15; votes

ate, 39; bill to provide for the maintenance of, motions to strike out of Ku Klux bill clause
and votes on, 122-124.

authorizing suspension of, 87-88; votes on pro-
FREE List, under act of 1872, 192-201,

posed extension of clause suspending, 88.
FREE TRADE, proposed amendment to secure, 41. Haight, CHARLES, Representative in 41st Con-
FRELINGHUYSEN, FREDERICK T., Senator in 42d Con-

gress, 2.
gress, 62: amendinenis to amnesty bill, and votes HALDEMAN, RICHARD J., Representative in 41st
on, 73-80.

Cougress, 2; in 420, 63.
FRYE, WILLIAM P., Representative in 42d Congress, HALE, EUGENE, Representative in 41st Congress, 2;

63; supplementary civil rights bill introduced in 420, 63; amnesty bills, and votes on, 75-81;
by, 83.

bill of, respecting salt, 94; resolution of, respect-
FUND, COMMON-School, bill to create a, and votes ing salt and coal, 96.
on, 122-124.

HALSEY, GEORGE A., Representative in 420 Con-
GARFIELD. JAMES A., Representative in 41st Con-

gress, 63.
gress, 2; in 420, 63.

HAMBLETON, SAMUEL, Representative in 41st Con-
GARRETT, ABRAHAM E., Representative in 42d Con- gress, 2; in 420, 63.
gress. 63.

HAMILL, Patrick, Representative in 41st COB-
GEARY, John W., ballots for the Presidency, 210-211.

gress, 2.
GENEVA ARBITRATION, members of, 106.

HAMILTON, CHARLES M., Representative in 41st
GEORGIA, Senators and Representatives in 41st Con- Congress, 2.

gress, 1-2; in 420, 62-63; Republican and Dewo- HAMILTON, Morgan C., Senator in 41st Congress, 1;
cratic platforms of 1872, 154; apportionment of in 420, 63.
representation, population, and vote in Electoral HAMILTON, WILLIAM T., Senator in 41st Congress, 1;
College under censuses of 1860 and 1870,182; popu- in 420, 62,
lar and electoral vote at presidential election of HAMLIN. HANNIBAL, Senator in 41st Congress, 1;
1868, 182; election in 1870, 182; wealth, local debt, in 421,62.
and taxation in, 183; relative rank of, (note,) | HANCOCK, John, Representative in 42d Congress,
183; manufactures, 191.

61.
GERMAN STATES, President Grant's message respect- HANDLEY, WILLIAM A., Representative in 42d
ing union of, 28.

Congress, 63.
Getz, J. LAWRENCE, Representative in 41st Con- HANKS, JAMES M., Representative in 42d Con-
gress, 2; in 420, 63.

gress, 64.
GIBSON, JAMES K., Representative in 41st Con- HARLAN, JAMES, Senator in 41st Congress, 1; in
gress, 2.

420, 63.
GIDDINGS, De Witt C., Representative in 42d Con- HARMER, ALFRED C., Representative in 42d Con-
gress, 64.

gress, 63.
GILBERT, ABIJAH, Senator in 41st Congress, 1; in HARPER, JAMES C., Representative in 420 Con-

42d, 63.
GILFILLAN, CALVIN W., Representative in 41st Con- HAERIS, GEORGE E.. Representative in 41st Con-
gress, 2.

gress, 2; in 420, 63.
GOLD, FLUCTUATIONS, from 1862 to 1870, inclusive. HARRIS, JOHN S., Senator in 41st Congress, 1.
191 : premiums on sales of, (note,) 187.

HARRIS, John T., Representative in 420 Con-
GOLDTHWAITE, GEORGE, Senator in 42d Congress, 62.

gress, 63.

on

gress, 63.

gress 64

gress, 64.

gress, 2.

HAVENS, HARRISON E., Representative in 42d Con- | INDIANS, President Grant on treatment of, 21, 26;

special message recommending territorial form
HAWKINS, ISAAC R., Representative in 41st Con- of government for, 27, 28; sundry facts respect-
gress,
2.

ing, (note,) 190; amount annually spent on, from
HAWLEY, John B., Representative in 41st Congress, 1860 to 1871, inclusive, 187: gross amount spent

2; in 42d, 64; constitutional amendment pro- on, from 1789 to 1871, 188; items concerning
posed by, 42.

expenditures on, (note,) 190.
HAWLEY, JOSEPH R., ballot for Vice President at INGERSOLL, EBON C., Representative in 41st Con-
Philadelphia, 1872, 203.

gress, 2; constitutional amendment proposed
HAY, JOHN B., Representative in 41st Congress, 2; by, 40,
in 420, 64.

INTEREST, paid, annual amount, on public debt, from
HAYS, CHARLES, Representative in 41st Congress 2; 1860 to 1871, 187; gross amount, (note,) 187;
in 420, 63.

gross amount of, from 1789 to 1871, 189.
Hazelton, GERRY W., Representative in 42d Con- INTERMARRIAGE OF WHITES AND BLACKS, proposed

amendment to prohibit, 41.
HAZELTON, JOHN W., Representative in 42d Con- INTERNAL REVENUE, reduction of, 185; annual
gress, 63.

amount of, froin 1863 to 1871, 187 ; gross amount
HEFLIN, ROBERT S., Representative in 41st Con- of, from 1789 to 1871, 187; table showing changes
gress, 2.

in 1872, 202-203.
HEREFORD, FRANK, Representative in 42d Congress, Iowa, Senators and Representatives in 41st Con-

64; amendment to educational bill, and vote on, gress, 1-2; in 42d, 63-64; Republican and Demo-
123-124; resolution of, respecting mixed schools, cratic platforms of 1871, 135-136; Republican,
and vote on, 124.

Democratic, and Liberal Republican of 1872, 158;
HERNDON, WILLIAM S., Representative in 420 Con- apportionment of representation, population,
gress, 64.

and vote in Electoral College under census of
HIBBARD, ELLERY A., Representative in 42d Con- 1860 and 1870, 182; popular and electoral vote at

gress, 63; resolution of, on tariff and taxation, 95. presidential election of 1868, 182; election in
HILL, JOHN, Representative in 41st Congress, 2; in 1870, 182; in 1871, 182; wealth, local debt, and
42. 63.

taxation in, 183;, relative rank of, (note,) 183;
HILL, JOSHUA, Senator in 41st Congress, 1; in 42d, legislative action on female suffrage, 120-121;

62; amendment to amnesty and civil rights bill, manufactures, 191,
and vote on, 78.

IRON. American, amendment to the St. Croix and
HITCHCOCK, PHINEAS W., Senator in 42d Congress, 63. Lake Superior railroad bill, relative to use of,
HOAR, GEORGE F., Representative in 41st Congress, and vote on, 126.
2; in 42d, 63.

JENCKES, THOMAS A., Representative in 41st Con-
HOAR, E. R., Attorney General, opinion on eight-

gress, 2.
hour law, 69.

JEWETT, DANIEL T., Senator in 41st Congress,
HOGE, SOLOMON L., Representative in 41st Con- (note,) 1.
gress, 2.

JOHNSON-CLARENDON CONVENTION, copy of the,
HOLMAN, WILLIAM S., Representative in 41st Con- 106-168.
gress, 2; in 420, 63:

amendment to educational JOHNSON, JAMES A., Representative in 41st Con-
bill, and vote on, 123; amendment to Ku Klux
a bill, 88; motions on and amendment to St. JOHNSTON. John W., Senator in 41st Congress, 1;
Croix bill, and votes on, 124-125, 127.

in 42d, 62; amendment to enforcement act, 8.
HOLMES, CHARLES H., Representative in 41st Con- JONES, ALEXANDER H., Representative in 41st Con-
gress, 2.

gress, 2.
HOMESTEADS, proposed amendments to secure, 41,42. JONES, THOMAS L., Representative in 41st Congress,
HOOPER, SAMUEL, Representative in 41st Congress, 2; 2; resolution of, respecting right of secession

in 420, 63; supplementary civil rights bill of. 83. and amnesty, 36.
HOTCHKISS, GILES W., Representative in 41st Con- JONES, WILLIAM T., constitutional amendment
gress, 2.

proposed by, 42.
HOUGHTON, SHERMAN O., Representative in 420 Con- JUDD. NORMAN B., Representative in 41st Congress, 2.
gress, 64.

JUDICIAL EXPENSES from 1860 to 1871, inclusive,
HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES, proposed amendment (note,) 187-188.

respecting, 42; resolution on power of, respect- JULIAN, GEORGE W., Representative in 41st Congress,
ing treaties, 128; vote in 4th Congress as to 2; constitutional amendment proposed by, 40;
power over treaty stipulations, (note,) 128; reso- ballots for Vice President, 206; for the Pres-
Jution on power of Senate to amend bills of, idency, 211.
128-129.

KANSAS, Senators and Representatives in 41st Con-
HOWARD, JACOB M., Senator in 41st Congress

gress, B; in 42d. 63, 64; Republican, Demo-
action on XIVth amendment, 43.

cratic, and Liberal Republican platforms of 1872,
HOWE, TIMOTHY 0., Senator in 41st Congress, 1; in 158-159; apportiopment of representation, pop-
420, 63.

ulation, and vote in Electoral College under cen-
HOWELL, JAMES B., Senator in 41st Congress, 1.

sus of 1860 and 1870, 182; popular and electoral
IDAHO, population of, (note,)182; wealth, local debt, vote at presidential election of 1868, 182, election
and taxation in, 183; manufactures, 191.

in 1870, 182; .wealth, local debt, and taxation
ILLINOIS, Senators and Representatives in 41st Con- in, 183; relative rank of, (note,) 183; manufac-
gress, 1-2; in 42d, 63 64; Republican and Demo-

tures, 191.
cratic platforms of 1871, 133-135: Republican, KELLEY, WILLIAM D., Representative in 41st Con-
Democratic, and Liberal Republican of 1872, gress, 2; in 42d, 63; resolutions of, on tariff and
154-156; apportionment of representation, pop- taxation, 37, 96 ; motions on tariff by, 93.
ulation, and vote iw Electoral College under KELLOGG, STEPHEN W., Representative in 41st Con-
census of 1860 and 1870, 182; popular and elect-

gress, 2; in 420, 63.
oral vote at presidential election in 1868, 182; KELLOGG, WILLIAM P., Senator in 41st Congress, 1;
election in 1870, 182; in 1871, 182; new constitu- in 420, 63.
tion of the State of, 46-48; wealth, local debt, KELLY, JAMES K., Senator in 420 Congress, 63.
and taxation in, 183; relative rank of, (note,) KELSEY, WILLIAM H., Representative in 41st Con-
183; manufactures, 191.

gress, 2.
IMMIGRANTS, President Grant's special message KENDALL. CHARLES W., Representative in 42d Con-

respecting, 31, 32.
IMPORTS, proposed amendinent to prohibit duties KENTUCKY, Senators and Representatives in 41st
on, 41; reduction of duties on, 185.

Congress,
1-2; in 420, 63 ; Republican

and Demo-
INDIANA, Senators and Representatives in 41st Con- ocratic platforms of 1871, 136-137; Republican

gress, 1-2; in 420, 63; resolution of senate of, on and Democratic of 1872. 159-160; apportionment
XVth amendment, 44; Republican and Demo- of representation, population, and vote in Elec-
cratic platforms of 1872, 156-158; apportionment toral College under censuses of 1860 and 1870, 182;
of representation, population, and vote in popular and electoral vote at presidential elec-
Electoral College undercensuses of 1860 and 1870, tion of 1868, 182; election in 1870, 182; in 1871,
182; popular and electoral vote at presidential 182; wealth, local debt, and taxation in, 183;
election of 1868, 182; election in 1870, 182; wealth, relative rank of, (note,) 183; manufactures, 191.
local debt, and taxation in, 183; relative rank KERR, MICHAEL C., Representative in 41st Congress,
in, (note,) 183; manufactures, 191.

2; 420, 63.

gress, 64.

on, 126.

.

KETCHAM, JOAN H., Representative in 41st Con- | MARSHALL, SAMUEL S., Representative in 41st Con-
gress, 2; in 420, 63; motion on St. Croix bill, and

gress, 2; in 42d, 64.
vote on, 126.

MARYLAND, Senators and Representatives in 41st
KILLINGER, JOHN W., Representative in 42d Con- Congress, 1-2; in 420, 62-63; Republican plat-

gress, 63; resolution respecting public lands, form of 1871, 137–138; Republican of 1872, 163;
128; amendment to the St. Croix bill, and vote apportionment of representation, population,

and vote in Electoral College under censuses of
King, ANDREW, Representative in 42d Congress, 64; 1860 and 1870, 182; popular and electoral vote at
constitutional amendment proposed by, 41.

presidential election of 1868, 182; election in
KINSELLA Thomas, Representative in 42d Congress, 1870, 182; in 1871, 182; wealth, local debt, and
63.

taxation in, 183; relative rank of, (note,) 183;
KNAPP, CHARLES, Representative in 41st Congress, 2. manufactures, 191.
KNOTT, J. PROCTOR, Representative in 41st Con- MASSACHUSETTS, Senators and Representatives in
gress, 2.

41st Congress, 1-2; in 420, 62-63; Republican
Ku Klux Act, President Grant's proclamation call- platform of 1871, 138-139; apportionment of rep-

ing attention to the, 12, 13; his message on, and resentation, population, and vote in Electoral
his action under, 25, 26; copy of, 85-87; votes on, College under censuses of 1860 and 1870, 183;
87, 88, 89; proposed extension of, 89, 90.

popular and electoral vote at presidential elec-
LABOR QUESTION, THE, votes referring to, 69, 70, 71, tion of 1868, 182; election in 1870, 182; in 1871,

72; votes on the bill to create commission to 182; wealth, local debt, and taxation in, 183;
investigate condition of, 71; votes on, 71, 72.

relative rank of, (note.) 183; legislative action
LAFLIN, ADDISON H., Representative in 41st Con- of, on female suffrage, 121 ; manufactures, 191.
gress, 2.

MAYHAM, STEPHEN L., Representative in 41st Con-
LAMISON, CHARLES N., Representative in 42d Con-

gress, 2.
gress, 63.

MAYNARD,

HORACE, Representative in 41st Congress,
LAMPORT, WILLIAM H., Representative in 42d Con- 2; in 42d, 63; inotion on civil rights bill, 74; bal-
gress, 63.

lot for Vice President at Philadelphia, 1872, 203.
LAND POLICY, President Grant on, 21, 22, 26. M'CARTHY, DENNIS, Representative in 41st Con-
Lands, farm statistics of, 184; public, disposition gress, 2.

made of, 185–186; receipts from, from 1789 to 1871, M'CLELLAN, GEORGE B., popular and electoral vote
187.

for, in 1864, (note.)

182.
LANSING, WILLIAM E., Representative in 42d Con- MCCLELLAND. WILLIAM, Representative in 42d
gress, 63.

Congress, 63.
LASH, ISRAEL G., Representative in 41st Congress, 2. McCORMICK, JAMES R., Representative in 41st
LAWRENCE, WILLIAM, Representative in 41st Con- Congress, 2; in 421, 61.

gress, 2; constitutional amendment proposed MOCRARY, GEORGE W., Representative in 41st Con- ·
by, 40.

gress, 2; in 420, 64; constitutional amendment
LEACH, JAMES M., Representative in 42d Con- proposed by, 42.
gress, 63.

MCCREERY, THOMAS C., Senator in 41st Congress, 1
“LEGAL-TENDER” Notes, proposed amendment resolution of, respecting the Arlington estate

respecting, 40; decision of Supreme Court of 37-38.
United States in 1871 upon, 52-62; proposed bill MCDONALD, ALEXANDER, Senator in 41st Congress, 1.
to receive them in one third payment of cus- MCGREW, JAMES C., Representative in 41st Congress,
toms, and vote on, 127.

3; in 420, 64.
LEWIS, John F., Senator in 41st Congress, 1; in 42d, McHENRY, HENRY D., Representative in 42d Con-
62; ballot for, for Vice President at Philadelphia,

gress, 63.
1872, 203.

MCINTYRE, ARCHIBALD T., Representative in 428
LEWIS, JOSEPH H., Representative in 41st Con- Congress, 63; constitutional amendment pro-
gress, 2; in 42, 63.

posed by, 42.
LIBERAL REPUBLICAN NATIONAL PLATFORM of 1872, MCJUNKIN, EBENEZER, Representative in 42d Con-
206-208.

Rress, 63.
LINCOLN, ABRAHAM, popular and electoral vote for, MCKEE, GEORGE C., Representative in 41st Congress
in 1860 and 1864, (note,) 182.

2; in 42d, 63.
LOAX OF 1870, vote of House on method of negoti- MCKENZIE, LEWIS, Representative in 41st Con-
ating, 128

gress, 2.
LOGAN, JOHN A., Representative in 41st Congress, 2; MCKINNEY, JOHN F., Representative in 42d Con-

Senator in 42d, 63; resignation of, (note,) 64. gress, 63.
LONG, JAMES F., Representative in 41st Congress, 2. MONEELY, THOMPSON W., Representative in 41st
LOUGHRIDGE, WILLIAM, Representative in 41st Congress, 2; in 42d, 64; constitutional amend-

Congress, 2; report on woman suffrage, 110-117. ment proposed by, 41.
LOUISIANA, Senators and Representatives in 41st MCPHERSON, EDWARD, Clerk of the House of Rep-

Congress, 1-2; in 42d, 63; Republican, (two resentatives in 41st Congress, 2; in 42d, 63.
wings,) and Reform platforms of 1872, 160-162; MERCHANDISE, President Grant's proclamation dis-
apportionment of representation, population, continuing discriminating duties on, 15,16,
and vote in Electoral College under censuses of MERCUR, ULYSSES, Representative in 41st Congress,
1860 and 1870, 182; popular and electoral vote at 2; iu 420, 63; resolution of, respecting tea and
presidential election of 1868, 182; election in coffee, and vote on, 92; motion on bill respecting
1870, 182; amendments to constitution of, 48; tea and coffee, and vote on, 92-93.
weath, local debt, and taxation in, 183; relative MERRIAM, CLINTON L., Representative in 42d Con-
rank of, (note,) 183; manufactures, 191.

gress, 63.
LOWE, DAVID P., Representative in 42d Congress, MERRICK, WILLIAM M., Representative in 42d Con-
64.

gress, 63.
LUMBER, provisions in treaty of Washington relative MESSAGES, President Grant's second and third
to American, 103.

annual, 16-27; special, 17-32, 105.
LYNCH, John. Representative in 41st Congress, 2; in MEXICAN AFFAIRS, President Grant on, 17, 18, 24.
42d, 63.

MEYERS, BENJAMIN F., Representative in 42d Cop-
MAINE, Senators and Representatives in 41st Con-

gress, 63.
gress, 1-2; in 420, 62-63; Republican and Demo- MICHIGAN, Senntors and Representatives in 41st
cratic platforms of 1872, 162-163; apportionment Congress, 1-2; in 42d, 63-64; Republican plat-
of representation, population, and vote in Elect- form of 1871, 139; Republican and Democratic,
oral College under censuses of 1860 and 1870, 182; of 1872, 163; apportionment of representation,
popular and electoral vote at presidential elec- population, and vote in Electoral College under
tion of 1868, 182; election in 1870, 182; in 1871, censuses of 1860 and 1870, 182; popular and elect-
182; wealth, local debt, and taxation in, 183; oral vote at presidential election of 1868, 182;
relative rank of, (note.)183; legislative action of, election in 1870, 182; in 1871, 182; proposed amend-
on female suffrage, 121; manufactures, 191.

monts to constitution of, 48, 49; wealth, local
MANNING, John, jr., Representative in 41st Con- debt,and taxation in, 183; relative rank of, (note,)
gress, 2.

183; manufactures, 191.
MANSON, MAHLON D., Representative in 42d Con- MILLER, H. V. M., Senator in 41st Congress, 1.
gress, 63.

MILNES, WILLIAM, jr., Representative in 41st Con-
MANUFACTURES, table showing total value of gross

gress, 2.
production of, 1850, 1860, and 1870, 191.

Mines, product of, (note,) 191.

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