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gress, 2.

MINNESOTA, Senators and Representatives in 418t | NEBRASKA, Senators and Representatives in 41st

Congress, 1-3; in 420, 63-64; Republican and Congress, 2, 3: in 420, 63, 64; Republican plat-
Democratic platforms of 1872, 163-164; appor; form of 1872, 166; apportiopment of representa-
tionment of representation, population, and tion, population, and vote in Electoral College
vote in Electoral College under censuses of 1860 under censuses of 1860 and 1870, 182; popular and
and 1870, 182; popular and electoral yote at electoral votę at presidential election of 1868,
presidential election of 1868, 182; election in 1870, 182; election 'in 1870, 182; votes upon the new
182; in 1871, 182; wealth, local debt, and taxa- constitution of, 50; wealto, local debt, and tax-
tion in, 183; relative rank of, (note.) 183; manu- ation in, 183; relative rank of, (note,) 183; map-
factures. 191.

ufactures, 191.
MINORITY REPRESENTATION, provision of new con- NEGLEY, JAMES S., Representative in 41st Congress,
stitution of State of Illinois, respecting,,46.

2; in 42d. 63.
MISCELLANEOUS, POLITICAL, 127-132.

NEUTRALITY PROCLAMATIONS, 8-11.
MISCELLANEOUS RECEIPTS AND EXPENDITURES, an- NEVADA, Senators and Representatives in 41st Con-

nual, from 1860 to 1871, 187; gross amount of, gress, 1, 3; in 42, 63, 64; apportionment of rep-
from 1789 to 1871, 187–189; items of expenditures, resentation, population, and vote in Electoral
(note,) 190.

College undercensuses of 1860 and 1870, 182; popu-
MISSISSIPPI, Senators and Representatives in 41st lar and electoral vote at presidential election of

Congress, 1-2; in 42d, 62-63 ; Republican and 1868, 182; election in 1870, 182; wealth, local debt,
Democratic platforms of 1872, 164; apportion- and taxation in, 183; relative rank of, (note,)
ment of representation, population, and vote in 183; manufactures, 191.
Electoral College under censuses of 1860 and 1870, NEW DEPARTURE PLATFORM, (note) 143-144.
182; election in 1869, 182; wealth, local debt, New HAMPSHIRE, Senators and Representatives in
and taxation in, 183; relative rank of, (note,) 183; 41st Congress, 1-2: in 420, 62-63; Republican
manufactures, 191.

platform of 1871, 139; Republican of 1872, 166-167;
MISSOURI, Senators and Representatives in 41st apportionment of representation, population,

Congress, 1-2; in 42d, 63-64; Republican, Dem- and vote in Electoral College under censuses of
ocratic, and Liberal Republican platforms of 1860 and 1870, 182; popular and electoral vote at
1872, 164-166; apportioninent of representation, presidential election of 1868, 182; election in
population, and vote in Electoral College under 1870. 182; in 1871, 182; in 1872, 131 ; wealth, local
censuses of 1860 and 1870, 182; popular and elect- debt, and taxation in, 183: relative rank of,
oral vote at presidential election of 1868, 182; (note,) 183; manufactures, 191.
election in 1870, 182; amendments to constitu- NEW JERSEY, Senators and Representatives in 41st
tion of, 49-50; wealth, local debt, and taxation Congress, 1-2; in 420, 62-63; Republican and
in, 183; relative rank of, (note.) 183; manufac- Democratic platform of 1871, 139-140; Repub-
tures, 191.

lican, Democratic, and Liberal Republican of
MITCHELL, ALEXANDER, Representative in 42d Con- 1872, 167-168; apportionment of representation,
gress, 64,

population, and vote in Electoral College under
MIXED SCHOOLS, amendment respecting, 41; reso- censuses of 1860 and 1870, 182; popular and elect-
Tutions relative to, and votes on, 123-124.

oral vote at presidential election of 1868, 182;
MONROE, JAMES, Representative in 42d Congress, 63. election in 1870, 182: in 1871, 182; action of Levis-
MONTANA, population nf, (note,) 182; wealth, local lature of 1871 on X Vih amendment. 130;

debt, and taxation in, 183; inanufactures, 191. wealth, local debt, and taxation in, 183; relative
MOORE, ELIAKIM H., Representative in 41st Con- rank of, (pote,) 183; manufactures, 191.

NEW MEXICO, population of, (note,) 182; wealth,
MOORE, JESSE H., Representative in 41st Congress, Jocal debt, and taxation in, 183; manufactures,
2; in 42d, 64.

191.
MOORE, WILLIAM, Representative in 41st Cou- NEW ORLEANS NATIONAL PLATFORM of 1872, (col-
gress, 2.

ored,) 212-213.
MOREY, FRANK, Representative in 41st Congress, 2; NEWSHAM, JAMES P., Representative in 41st Con-

in 420, 63.
MORGAN, GEORGE W., Representative in 41st Con. NEW YORK, Senators and Representatives in 41st

gress, 2; in 42d, 63; constitutional amendment Congress, 1-2; in 420, 62-63 : Republican and
proposed by, and votes on, 41; resolution on Democratic platforms of 1871, 140-142; Repub-
taxation on tea, coffee, &c., and United States lican, Dennocratic, colored people's of 1872,
bonds, 37.

168-170; apportiopment of representation, pop-
MORPHIS, JỌSEPA L., Representative in 41st Con- ulation, and vote in Electoral College under
gress, 2; in 42d, 63.

censuses of 1860 and 1870, 182; popular and elect-
MORRILL, DANIEL J., Representative in 41st Con- oral vote at presidential election of 1869, 182;
gress, 2.

election in 1870, 182; in 1871, 182; manufac-
MORRILL, JUSTIN S., Senator in 41st Congress, 1; in tures, 191; action of Legislature of 1872 on fif-

420,62; motion to repeal the eight-hour law, 70; teenth amendment, 129-130; wealth, local debt,
motions respecting tariff legislation, 92.

and taxation in, 183; relative rank of, (note,)
MORRILL, Lot M., Senator in 41st Congress, 1; in

183.
42d, 62.

NIBLACK, WILLIAM E., Representative in 41st Con-
MORRILL, SAMUEL P., Representative in 41st Con- gress, 2; in 42d, 63; motion on supplementary
gress, 2.

civil rights bill, and vote on, 84.
MORRISSEY, John, Representative in 41st Con- NORTH CAROLINA, Senators and Representatives in
gress, 2.

41st Congress, 1-2; in 420, 62-63; proposed amend.
MORTON. OLIVER P., Senator in 41st Congress, 1; in ments to constitution of, 50-51 : Republican and

42d, 63; amendments to the Ku Klux bill, and Democratic platforins, of 1872, 170-171; appor.
vote on, 88; amendment to amnesty bill, and tionment of representation, population, and
votes on. 77, 78, 79, 81.

vote in Electoral College under censuses of 1860
MUNGEN, WILLIAM, Representative in 41st Con- and 1870, 182;, popular and electoral vote at
gress, 2.

presidential election of 1868, 182; election in
MYERS, LEONARD, Representative in 41st Congress, 1870, 182; in 1871, 182; wealth, local debt, and
2; in 4241, 63.

taxation in, 183; manufactures, 191; relative
NATIONAL CONVENTIONS, 203-213; Republican, 203- rank of, (note,) 18; proposed amendments to

205; Liberal Republican. 206-208; Democratic, constitution of, 50-51.

210; Labor Retorm, 210-212; Colored, 212-213. NORTON, DANIEL S., Senator in 41st Congress, 1;
National Debt, from 1857 to 1872, and of each Ad- death of, (note,) 1.

ministration from Washington to Grant, 184. NORWOOD, THOMAS M., Senator in 42d Congress, 62,
NATIONAL PlatroRMS, of 1872, 203-213.

Noyes, E. F., bailot for Vice President at Phila-
NATIONAL Loan of 1870, vote of the House on method
of negotiating. 128.

NYE, JAMES W., Senator in 41st Congress, 1; in

delphia, 1872. 203.
NATURALIZED CITIZENS. proposed amendments on 420, 63.

eligibility of, for the Presidency, 39, 41-42; votes OBLIGATION OF CONTRACTS, proposed amendments
thereon, 41-42.

to prohibit impairing the, 40, 42.
NAVIGATION OF THE ST. LAWRENCE, &c,; provision OFFICE, proposed rules for appointment to, 66-69.

in treaty of Washington relative to, 102. OFFICERS, proposed amendments to secure election
Navy DEPARTMENT EXPENDITURES, annual, from of, 40, 42.

1860 to 1871, inclusive, 187; gross amount of, from OFFICES, bills to repeal the act relating to the tenure
1789 to 1871, 188; items of, (note,) 188.

of civil, 34, 127.

gress, 2.

on, 79, 80.

gress, 63.

OHIO, Senators and Representatives in 41st Con- | Pig Irox, resolution and vote on, 96.

gress, 1-2; in 42d. 63; Republican, Democratic, PLATFORMS, State, of 1871 and 1872. (See State Plat-
and

new departure" platforms of 1871, 142-145; forms.)"
Republican, Democratic, and prohibition of 1872, PLATFORMS, NATIONAL. (See National Platforms.)
171-172; apportionment of representation, popu- PLATT, JAMES H., jr., Representative in 41st Con-
lation, and vote in Electoral Coilege under cen- gress, 2; in 420, 63.
suses of 1860 and 1870. 182; popular and electoral POLAND, LUKE P., Representative in 41st Congress,
vote at presidential election of 1868, 182; election 2; in 420, 63; proposed constitutional amend
in 1870, 182; in 1871, 182; wealth, local debt, and ment, 42; amendments to civil rights bill, and
taxation in, 183; relative rank of, (note,) 183; votes on, 74-75; amendment to amnesty bill, and
manufactures, 191 ; vote on proposed amendment vote on, 81; motion on extension of Ku Klux
to constitution of, and on calling a constitutional act, and vote on, 90.
convention in, 130.

POLITICAL Votes in third session of 41st Congress,
O'NEILL, CHARLES, Representative in 41st Con- 33-38.
gress, 2.

POLYGAMY, President Grant on, 26.
ONE-TERM AMENDMENTS, proposed, on the Presi- POMEROY, CHARLES, Representative in 41st Con-
dency, 39-40, 41.

gress, 2.
OREGON, Senators and Representatives in 41st Con- POMEROY, SAMUEL C., Senator in 41st Congress, 1;

gress, 1, 3; in 420, 63, 64; Republican and Demo- in 424, 63; constitutional amendmens proposed
cratic platforms of 1872, 172-173; apportionment by, 38; amendments on labor commission bill, 71.
of representation, population, and vote in Elec- Pool, Johụ, Senator in 41st Congress, 1; in 420, 62.
toral College under census of 1860 and 1870, 182; POPULAR VOTE in 1863, 182; in 1860, (note,) 182.
popular and electoral vote at presidential elec- POPULATION OF STATES AND TERRITORIES, under
tion of 1868, 182; election in 1870, 182; wealth, censuses of 1869 and 1870, 182.
local debt, and taxation in, 183; relative rank PORTER, CHARLES H., Representative in 41st Con-
of, (note,) 183; manufactures, 191.

gress, 2; in 420, 63.
ORR, JACKSON, Representative in 42d Congress, 64. Post Office DepartmENT, statement of business of,
Orri, GODLOVE S., Representative in 41st Con- 190, 191.
gress, 2.

POTTER, CLARKSON N., Representative in 41st Con-
OSBORN, Thomas W., Senator in 41st Congress, 1 ; gress, 2; in 420, 63; constitutional amendments
in 420, 63.

proposed by, 40, 41.
PACIFIC RAILROAD COMPANY,(Texas,) grant of lands PRATT, DANIEL 'D., Senator in 41st Congress, 1; in
to thė, and votes on, 31, 36.

42d, 63; amendments to amnesty bill, and votes
PACKARD, JASPER, Representative in 41st Congress,
2;iu 420, 63.

PREMIUMS on gold received and paid, amount of,
Packer, John B., Representative in 41st Congress, (note,) 187.
2; in 420, 63.

PRESIDENCY, proposed amendments respecting, 39.
PAINE, HALBERT E., Representative in 41st Con- 40, 41, 42.
gress, 2.

PRESIDENTIAL ELECTIONS of 1860, 1864, and 1868,
PainE, WILLIAM W., Representative in 41st Con- votes at, 182; see table and note.
gress, 2.

PRICE, WILLIAM P., Representative in 41st Congress,
PALMER, FRANK W., Representative in 418t Con- 2; in 420, 63.
gress, 2; in 420, 64.

PRINDLE, ELIZUR H., Representative in 42d Con-
PALMER, John M., ballot for Vice President, 206; for
ine Presidency, 211.

PRISONERS OF WAR, Mr. Shanks's joint resolution
PALMER, SIR ROUNDELL, counsel of Great Britain relative to the treatment of, 127-128.
at tribunal of arbitration, 106.

PRIVILEGES OF THE HOUSE, resolutions relative to,
PARKER, HOSEA W., Representative in 42d Con- and votes on, 128-129.

gress, 63; resolution of, on tariff and taxa- PROCLAMATIONS OF PRESIDENT GRANT, 8-16.
tion, 95

PRODUCTIONS, farming, &c., statistics of, 184.
PARKER, ISAAC C., Representative in 42d Con- PROPERTY QUALIFICATION FOR SUFFRAGE, proposi-

gress, 64; constitutional amendment proposed tion to abolish, as to naturalized citizens in
by, 42.

Rhode Island, 51.
PARKER, JOEL, ballots for the Presidency and nom- PROSSER. WILLIAM F., Representative in 41st Con-
ination for Vice President, 210-211; declination

gress, 2.
of, 212.

PUBLIC DEBT, from 1857 to June 30, 1872, 184; of each
PATTERSOX, James W., Senator in 41st Congress, 1; Administration, from Washington to Grant, 184.
in 420, 62.

PUBLIC LANDS, proposed amendments respecting,
PECK, ERASMUS D., Representative in 41st Congress, 41, 42, and vote on, 41; resolution respecting,
2; in 420, 63.

128; statement showing lands sold, granted, and
PENDLETON, GEORGE H., motion on reconstruction remaining on hand, 185: quantity of, in each
bill in 37th Congress, 132.

State and Territory, 186; receipts from, from
PENDLETON, JAMES M., Representative in 42d Con- 1789 to 1871, 187.
gress, 63.

RAILROADS, provisions in the new constitution of
PENNSYLVANIA, Senators and Representatives in Illinois respecting, 47: State of Michigan, 48-49 ;

41st Congress, 1-2; in 420, 62-63; Republican quantity of land approved under grants to, and
and Democratic platforms of 1871, 145-146; Re- actually granted to, 186.
publican, Democratic, and Labor Reform of RAINEY, JOSEPH H., Representative in 41st Con-
1872, 173-175; apportionment of representation,

gress, 2; in 420, 63.
population, and yote in Electoral College under RAMSEY, ALEXANDER, Senator in 41st Congress, 1;
census of 1860 and 1870, 182; popular and elect- in 420, 63.
oral vote at presidential election of 1868, 182; RANDALL, SAMUEL J., Representative in 41st Con-
election in 1870, 182; in 1871, 182; call for con- gress, 2; in 420, 63; amnesty bill, and vote on,
stitutional convention in, 130-131 ; wealth, local 82-83; bill of, respecting tea and coffee, 91.
debt, and taxation in, 183: relative rank of, Ransom, MATTHEW W., Senator in 424 Congress, 62.
(note,) 183; inanufactures, 191.

RATIO, REPRESENTATIVE, under censuses of 1860 and
PENsions, annual amount paid from 1860 to 1871, 1870, (note,) 182, 183.

inclusive, 187; gross amount of, from 1789 to READ, WILLIAM B., Representative in 42d Con-
1871, 188; items of, (note,) 190.

gress, 63.
PERCE, LEGRAND W., Representative in 41st Con- RECEIPTS and Expenditures of the Government
gress, 2; in 420, 63.

from 1860 to 1871, inclusive, 187–191.
PERRY, AARON F., Representative in 42d Con- RECONSTRUCTION BILL reported in 37th Congress,
gress, 63.

131-132.
PERRY, ELI, Representative in 420 Congress, 63. REDUCTIONS, REVENUE, tables showing, 185.
PETERS, John A., Representative in 41st Congress, REEVES, HENRY A., Representative in 41st Con-

2; in 42d, 63; resolution of, respecting validity gress, 2.
of the XIIIth, XIVth, and'x Vih amendments, REGISTRY Tax, proposition to abolish, in Rhode
and vores on, 44, 45; bill to repeal the "test- Island, 51.
oath," 127.

RELIGIOUS AMENDMENT, 43.
PAELPS, Darwin, Representative in 41st Congress, 2. RELIGIOUS Schools, proposed amendments pro-
PHILADELPHIA NATIONAL Platform of 1872, 203- hibiting payments to, 39, 40.
205.

REPRESENTATIVE, RATIO, 1860, 1870, (note,) 182-183;.
PHILLIPS, WENDELL, ballots for the Presidency, 211. apportionmeut, 182.

gress, 64.

gress, 63,

gress, 63.

gress, 63.

gress, 64,

REPUBLICAN, NATIONAL PLATFORM of 1872, 203-205; SECTARIAN APPROPRIATIONS, provision in new con-
Liberal, 206-208.

stitution of Missouri respecting, 49.
REVELS, HIRAM R., Senator in 41st Congress, 1. SECTARIAN Schools, proposed amendment prohibit-
REVENUE, table showing reduction of, 185; annual ing payments to, 40; proposition to prohibit

amount of internal, from 1863 to 1871, 187; groes State aid to, in Rhode Island, 51.
amount of, froin 1863 to 1871, 187; table showing SEELEY, John E., Representative in 42d Congress, 63.

changes customs and internal in 1872, 192-203. SENATE, resolution of the House respecting the
REVENUES AND EXPENDITURES of the Government power of, to amend House bills, 128-12).
froin 1863 to 1871, inclusive, 187-191.

SENATORS, proposed amendment relative to, 42.
REVENUE REFORM, President Grant un, 20, 24, 25. Sessions, WALTER L., Representative in 42d Con-
RHODE ISLAND, Senators and Representatives in

gress, 63.
41st Congress, 1-2; in 420, 62-63 ; apportion- SHANKS, John P.C., Representative in 41st Congress,
ment of representation, population, and vote in 2; in 42d, 63; joint resolution of, relative to
Eleotoral College under censuses of 1860 and treatment of prisoners of war, 127-128.
1870.182; popular and electora! vote at presiden- SHELDON, LIONEL A., Representative in 41st Con-
tial election of 1868, 182; election in 1870, 182; in gress, 2; in 42d, 63.
1871, 182; in 1872, 131 ; proposed amendments to SHELDON, PORTER, Representative in 41st Con-
constitution of, and votes on, 51-52; wealth,

gress, 2.
local debt, and taxation in, 183; relative rank of, SHELLABARGER. SAMUEL, Representative in 420
(note.) 183; manufactures, 191.

Congress, 63; Ku Klux bill, reported by, 85-87;
RICE, BENJAMIN F., Senator in 4let Congress, 1; in inotion on Ku Klux bill, 87.
42d, 63.

SHERMAN, John, Senator in 41st Congress, 1; in 42d,
RICE, EDWARD Y., Representative in 420 Con- 63; amendment to amnesty bill, and vote on,

80; new section respecting reimbursement for
RICE, JOHN M., Representative in 41st Congress, 2; damage inflicted by Ku Klux, moved to Ku
in 420, 63.

Klux bill, and vote on, 88, 89; motion, on eight-
Ridgway. ROBERT, Representative in 41st Congress, hour law, 69.
2death of(

SHERROD, WILLIAM C., Representative in 41st Con-
RITCHIE, John, Representative in 420 Congress, 63.

gress, 2.
ROBERTS. Ellis H., Representative in 420 Con- SHERWOOD, HENRY, Representative in 42d Con-
ROBERTS, WILLIAM R., Representative in 42d Con- SHOBER, FRANCIS E., Representative in 41st Con-

gress, 2; in 42d, 63.
ROBERTSON, THOMAS J., Senator in 41st Congress, 1; SHOEMAKER, LAZARUS D., Representative in 42d

in 42:1, 62; constitutional amendment proposed Congress, 63,
by, 38; motion on amnesty bill, and vote on, 80 ; SLATER, JAMES H. Representative in 42d Con-

motion on labor commission bill, 72.
ROBESON, GEORGE M., Secretary of the Navy, 62. SLAVERY IN BRAZIL, President Grant on, 24.
Robinson, JAMES C., Representative in .421 Con- SLOCUM, HENRY W., Representative in 41st Con-
gress, 64.

gress, 2; in 420, 63.
ROGERS.' ANTHONY A. C., Representative in 41st Sloss. JOSEPH H., Representative in 42d Con-
Congress, 2,

gress, 63.
ROGERS, John, Representative in 42d Congress, 63. SMITH, HORACE Boardman, Representative in 42d
ROGERS, Sion A., Representative in 42d Congress, Congress, 63.
63.

SMITH, John A., Representative in 41st Congress, 2;
ROOSEVELT, ROBERT B., Representative in 421 Con- in 420, 63.
gress, 63.

Smith, Joseph S., Representative in 41st Con.
Roots, Logan H., Representative in 41st Congress, 2.

grese, 3.
Ross, EDMUND G., Senator in 41st Congress, 1. SMITH, WILLIAM J., Representative in 41st Con-
RUSK, JEREMIAH M., Representative in 42d Con- gress, 2.
gress, 64.

SMITH, WORTHINGTON C., Representative in 41st Con-
SALT, bill to place, on free list, and vote on, 94-95; gress. 2; in 42d, 63.

resolution on, 96; motion to place, on free list, SNAPP, HENRY, Representative in 420 Congress, 64;
and vote on, 92.

constitutional amendment proposed by, 42.
San Domingo, resolution respecting, and votes on, 33; SNYDER, OLIVER P., Representative in 42d Con-

President Grant's discussion of, in second an-
nual message, 17; his message transmitting report South CAROLINA, Senators and Representatives in
of commissioners to, 29, 30.

41st Congress, 1-2; in 420, 62-63; Republican and
SANFORD, STEPHEN, Representative in 41st Con- Democratic platforms of 1872, 175-176; appor;
gress, 2.

tionment of representation, population, and
SARGENT, AARON A.. Representative in 41st Con- vote in Electoral College under censuses of 1860
gress, 2; in 421, 61.

and 1870, 182; popular and electoral vote at
SAULSBURY, ELI, Senator in 42d Congress, 62.

presidential election of 1868, 182; election in
SAULSBURY, WILLARD, Senator in 41st Congress, 1. 1870, 182; President Grant's proclamations com-
SAWYER. FREDERICK A., Senator in 41st Congress, 1; manding dispersion of armed men in, &c., 12,

in 420, 62: notion on labor coin mission bill, 71. 13, 14, 15; President Grant's message on law-
SAWYER, PHILETUS, Representative in 41st Congress, lessness in, 31; wealth, local debt, and taxation
2; in 42d, 64.

in, 183; relative rank of. (note,) 183; manufac-
SCHENCK, ROBERT C., Representative in 41st Con- tures, 191.
gress. 2; resignation of, (note,) 2.

SPEER, R. Milton, Representative in 42d Con-
SCHOOLS, Common, proposed amendment to create,

gress, 63.
39; bill to provide for the maintenance of, and SPEER, Thomas J., Representative in 42d Con-
votes on, 122-124; MIXED, amendment respect-

gress, 63.
ing, 41; resolutions relative to, and votes on, SPENCER. GEORGE E., Senator in 41st Congress, 1 ;
123-124.

in 42:1, 62; motion on amnesty bill, 72–73.
SCHUMAKER, John G., Representative in 41st Con- SPRAGUE, WILLIAM, Senator in 41st Congress, 1;
gress, 2.

in 421, 62.
Schurz, Carl, Senator in 41st Congress, 1; in 420, 63. SPRAGUE, WILLIAM P., Representative in 42d Con-
SCLOPIS, COUNT, inember of tribunal of arbitra-
tion, 106.

STAMPFLI, Jacob, member of tribunal of arbitra-
SCOFIELD, GLENNI W., Representative in 41st Con- tion, 106.

gress, 2; in 421. 63; motion on St. Croix bill, and STARKWEATHER, HENRY H., Representative in 41st
vote on, 126-127.

Congress, 2; in 420, 63.
Scott, John, Senator in 41st Congress, 1; in 420, 62; STATE CONSTITUTIONS, amendments to, proposed and

amendment to bill to place tea and coffee on the made, 46-53.
free list, 92; amendment to bill to repeal the STATE, COUNTY, TOWN, AND City TAXATION, in each
duties on salt, placing tea and coffee on the free State and Territory for 1860 and 1870, 184.
list, vote on, in Senate, 93.

STATE, COUNTY, TOWN AND CITY DEBT, in each State
SCOVEL, JAMES M., ballot for Vice President, 206. and Territory in 1870, 184.
SECESSION, RIGHT OF, resolution respecting, and STATE ELECTIONS of 1870 and 1871, vote at, 182.
vote on, 36.

STATE PLATFORMS of 1871 and 1872. (named by States
SECRETARY OF THE TREASURY, vote of House on in Table of Contents and indexed under name of
action of, in negotiating loan of 1870, 128.

State,) 132-181.

gress, 64.

gress, 63.

gress, 63.

to, 128.

STATE, wealth of each, and Territory, as shown by | TENTERDEN, LORD, agent of Great Britain at tri-

censuses of 1850. 1860, and 1870, 183; value of man- bunal of arbitration, 106.
ufactures, 191.

TENURE-OF-OFFICE ACT, bills to repeal the, 34, 127.
States, admission of, proposed amendment respect- TERRITORIES, proposed 'amendment to give repre-
ing, 42.

sentatives to, 42; population ot, 1860 and 1870,
ST. CROIX AND BAYFIELD RAILROAD Bill, and votes 182; Wealth, local debt, and taxation of, 183;
on, 124-127.

value of manufactures, 191.
STEARNS, OZORA P., Senator in 41st Congress, 1. TERRY. WILLIAM. Representative in 420 Congress, 63.
STATISTICAL TABLES. (See Table of Contents.) TEST-Oath, modification of the, 34; President Grant's
STEVENS, AARON F.. Representative in 41st Con- message respecti 28, 29; bill of Mr. Peters to
gress,
2.

repeal the, 127.
STEVENS, BRADFORD N., Representative in 420 Con- TEXAS, Senators and Representatives in 41st Con-
gress, 64.

gress, 1-2; in 421, 63-61; Democratic platform of
STEVENSON, JOB E., Representative in 41st Con- 1871. 146; Republican and Democratic of 1872,

gress, 2; in 420, 63: resolution of, respecting the 177-178; apportionment of representation, popu-
validity of the XIIIth, XIVth, and XVth lation, and vote in the Electoral College under
amendments, and vote on, 45.

censuses of 1860 and 1870, 182; eiection in 1869, 182;
STEVENSON, John W., Senator in 420 Congress, 63; wealth, local debt, and taxation in, 183; relative
ballot for Vice President, 210.

rank of, (note.) 183; manufactures, 191.
STEWART, WILLIAM M., Senator in 41st Congress, 1; TEXAS PACIFIC RAILROAD COMPANY, grunt of lands

in 42d, .63; constitucional amendment proposed to the, and votes on, 34-36.
by, 39.

THAYER, John M., Senator in 41st Congress, 2.
STILES, John D., Representative in 41st Congress, 2. THIRTEENTH AMENDMENT, copy of, 43; votes on the
St. John, CHARLES, Representative in 42d Con- validity of, 44, 45.
gress, 63.

THOMAS, CHARLES R., Representative in 42d Con-
STOCKTON, JOHN P., Senator in 41st Congress, 1; in
42d, 62.

THURMAN, ALLEN G., Senator in 41st Congress, 1:
STOKES, WILLIAM B., Representative in 41st Con- in 420. 63; annendments to civil rights bill, 74.
gress, 2.

TILLMAN, LEWIS, Representative in 41st Congress, 2.
STONE, FREDERICK, Representative in 41st Con- Tiprox. THOMAS W., Senator in 41st Congress, 2;
gress, 2.

in 42d, 63; ballots for Vice President, 206.
STORM. John B., Representative in 42d Congress, 63. TOWNSEND. DWIGHT, Representative in 420 Con-
Stoughton, WILLIAM L., Representative in 41st

gress, 63.
Congress, 2; in 42d, 64.

TOWNSEND, WASHINGTON, Representative in 41st
STOWELL, WILLIAM H. H., Representative in 42d Congress, 2; in 42d, 63.
Congress, 63.

TREATIES, resolution on power of the House of
STRADER, PETER W., Representative in 41st Con- Representatives respecting, 128.
gress, 2.

TREATMENT OF PRISONERS OF WAR, Mr. Shanks's
STRICKLAND, RANDOLPH, Representative in 41st joint resolution relative to the, 127-128.
Congress, 2.

TREATY OF WASHINGTON, copy of, 97-105; and of
STRONG. Julius L., Representative in 41st Congress, proposed supplemental article, 105–106; Presi-
2; in 42d, 63.

dent Grant on, 23; and message transmitting to
STRONG, WILLIAM, JUSTICE, Opinion of, in "Legal- Senate new article, 105; proceedings before Tri-
Tender" case of 1871, 53-62.

bunal, 106.
SUBSIDIES, President Grant on, 22.

TREATY STIPULATIONS, votes on relation of House
SUFFRAGE, proposed amendments respecting, 38, 40,
42-43.

TRIBUNAL, ConstituTIONAL, new proposition to
SUMNER. CHARLES, Senator in 41st Congress, 1; in

create, 39,
42d, 62; constitutional annendments proposed TRIBUNAL OF ARBITRATION, members of, 106; pro-
by, 39; amendinents to amnesty bills, and votes ceedings before, 106.

on, 73; civil rights bills of, and votes on, 75-81. TRIMBLE, LAW.S., R-presentative in 41st Congress, 2.
SUPPLEMENTAL CIVIL Rights BILL, votes on, 83-85. TRUMBULL. LYMAN, Senator in 41st Congress, 1; in
SUPREME COURT, proposed amendment to enlarge 42d, 63; motion respecting civil service com-

jurisdiction of, 42; legal-tender decision of, 53-62. mission. 64; amendment to amnesty and civil
SUTHERLAND, JABEZ G., Representative in 42d Con- rights bill, and vote on, 77; amendment to Ku
gress, 64,

Klux bill, and vote on, 88; amendment to bill
SWANN, Thomas, Representative in 41st Congress, 2; to place tea and coffee on the free list. 92: bal-
in 420, 63.

Jots for President and Vice President, 206.
SWEENEY, WM. N., Representative in 41st Congress, 2. TURNER, BENJAMIN S., Representative in 420 Con-
* SYNDICATE, vote of House on negotiations of

gress, 63.
Secretary of Treasury with, respecting loan of TUTHILL, JOSEPH H., Representative in 42d Con-
1870, 128.

gress, 63.
SYPHER J. HALE, Representative in 41st Congress, TWICHELL. GINERY, Representative in 41st Congress,
2; in 420, 63.

2; in 420, 63.
TABLES, STATISTICAL. (See Table of Contents.) TYNER, JAMES N., Representative in 41st Congress,
TAFFE, JOHN, Representative in 41st Congress, 3; in 2; in 420, 63.
420, 61.

UNITED STATES NOTES, proposed amendment re-
TANNER, A DOLPHUS H., Representative in 41st Con- specting, 40.

UPSON, WILLIAM H.. Representative in 41st Con-
TARIFF AND TAXATION, President Grant on, 20, 24, gress, 2; in 420, 63.

25; votes on bill, 93-94; resolutions on, 37, 92, 95, UTAH, population of, (note,) 182; Republican and
96; table showing votes in House on general Democratic platforms of 1872, 178; wealth, local
tariff acts from 1812 tu 1870, 186.

debt, and taxation in, 183; womau suffrage in,
TARIFF OF 1870 AND 1872, tables showing rate of 121 ; manufactures, 191.
duties in, 192-201.

VAN AUKEN, DANIEL M., Representative in 41st
Taxation, State, county, town, and city. in each Congress, 2.

State and Territory for 1860 and 1870, 183. Van Horn. ROBERT T., Representative in 41st
TAXES, DIRECT, amounts received from 1789 to Congress, 2.
1871, 187.

VAN TRUMP, PHILADELPH, Representative in 41st
TAYLOR, CALEB N., Representative in 41st Con- Congress, 2; in 421, 63.
gress, 2,

VAN WYCK, CHARLES H., Representative in 41st
TEA AND COFFEE, bills to place on free list, 91, 92, Congress, 2.

93; and votes in Senate and House, 91, 92, 93; | VAUGHAN, WILLIAM W., Representative in 420
resolution respecting, in 41st Congress, 37.

Congress, 63.
TENNESSEE, Senators and Representatives in 41st VERMONT, Senators and Representatives in 41st

Congress, 1-2; in 420, 63; Republican and Deu- Congress, 1-2: in 420, 62-63; Republican plat-
ocratic platforms of 1872, 176-177; apportionment form of 1872, 178-179; apportionment of repre-
of representation, population, and vote in sentation, population, and vote in Electoral
Electoral College under census of 1860 and 1870, College under censuses of 1860 and 1870. 182; pop-
182; popular and electoral vote at presidential ular and electoral vote at presidential election
election of 1868. 182; election in 1870, 182; wealth, of 1868, 182; election in 1870, 182; wealth, local
local debt, and taxation in, 183; relative rank debt, and taxation in, 183: relative rank of,
of, (note,) 183; manufactures, 191.

(note,) 18 ; manufactures, 191.

gress, 2.

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VICE PRESIDENCY, proposition to abolish, 39-40. WHITELEY, RICHARD H., Representative in 41st
VICKERS, GEORGE, Senator in 41st Congress, 1; in Congress, 2; in 420, 63.

42d, 62; motion on Ku Klux bill, 89-90; amend- WHITMORE, GEORGE W., Representative in 41st
ments to amnesty and civil rights bill, and votes Congress, 2.
on, 77.

WHITTHORNE, WASHINGTON C., Representative in
VIRGINIA, Senators and Representatives in 41st Con- 42d Congress, 63.

gress, 1-2; in 42d. 62-63; Republican platform WILKINSON, MORTON, S., Representative in 41st
of 1871, 146-147; Republican and Democratic of Congress, 3.
1872, 179-180; apportionment of representation, WILLARD, CHARLES W.. Representative in 41st Con-
population, and vote in Electoral College under gress, 2; in 420, 63; bill relative to civil service,
censuses of 1860 and 1870, 182; election in 1869, and vote on, 65.
182; wealth, local debt, and taxation in, 183; rela- WILLEY, WAITMAN T., Senator in 41st Congress, 1.

tive rank of, (note.) 183; manufactures, 191. WILLIAMS, GEORGE H., Attorney General, 62; Sen-
VOORHEES, DANIEL W., Representative in 41st Con- ator in 41st Congress, 1.
gress, 2; in 42d, 63.

WILLIAMS, WILLIAM, Indiana, Representative in
VOTE, popular and electoral, in 1860, (note,) 182; in 41st Congress, 2; in 420, 63.
1868, 182; of States, 1870 and 1871, 182.

WILLIAMS, WILLIAM, New York, Representative in
Voting, act to enforce the right of, and votes on, 42d Congress, 63.
3-8; amendatory and vote on, 90-91.

WILSON, EUGENE M., Representative in 41st Con-
WADDELL. ALFRED M., Representative in 42d Con- gress, 3.
gress, 63.

Wilson, HENRY, Senator in 41st Congress, 1; in 42d,
WAITE, MORRISON R., counsel for United States at 62; amendment to amnesty bill, and vote on, 79;
tribunal of arbitration, 106.

amendments to labor commission bill, 71, 72;
WAKEMAN. SETH, Representative in 42d Congress, 63. nomination of, for Vice President, 203; letter of
WALDEN, MADISON M., Representative in 42d Con- acceptance, 205–206.
gress, 64.

Wilson, JEREMIAH M., Representative in 42d Con-
WALDRON, HENRY, Representative in 42d Congress, gress, 63; resolution respecting the validity of
64.

XIIIth, XIVth, and XVth amendments, and
WALKER, GILBERT C., ballots for Vice President, vote on, 44.
206.

Wilson, John T., Representative in 41st Congress,
WALLACE, ALEXANDER S., Representative in 41st 2; in 42d, 63.
Congress, 2; in 420, 63.

WINANS, JAMES J., Representative in 41st Congress, 2.
WALLS, JOSIAH T., Representative in 42d Con- WINCHESTER, BOYD, Representative in 41st Con-
gress, 64.

gress, 2; in 420, 63.
WAR DEPARTMENT EXPENDITURES, annual, from WINDOM, WILLIAM, Senator in 41st Congress, (note.)

1860 to 1871, inclusive, 187; gross amount of, from 1; in 420, 63.

1789 to 1871, 188; items of, (note,) 188-190. WISCONSIN, Senators and Representatives in 41st
WARD, HAMILTON, Representative in 41st Con- Congress, 1-2; in 420, 63-64; Republican and
gress, 2.

Democratic platforms of 1871, 147-148: Repub-
WARNER, WILLARD, Senator in 41st Congress, 1.

lican and Democratic of 1872, 180-181 ; appor-
WARREN, Joseph M., Representative in 420 Con- tionment of representation, population, and
gress, 63.

vote in Electoral College under censuses of 1860
WASHBURN, CADWALADER C., Representative in 41st and 1870, 182; popular and electoral vote at
Congress, 2.

presidential election of 1868, 182; election in
WASHBURN, WILLIAM B., Representative in 41st 1870, 182; in 1871, 182; amendments to consti-

Congress, 2; in 42d, resignation of, (note,) 63. tution of, 52-53; wealth, local debt, and taxation
WASHINGTON TERRITORY, population of, (note,) 182; in, 183; relative rank of, (note,) 183; manufac-
Republican platform of 1872, 180; wealth, local

tures, 191.
debt, and taxation in, 183: manufactures, 191. WITCHER, John S., Representative in 41st Con-
WEALTH of each State and Territory as shown by

gress, 3.
the censuses of 1850, 1860, 1870, 183.

WOLF, WILLIAM P., Representative in 41st Con-
WELKER, MARTIN, Representative in 41st Con-
gress, 2.

WOMAN SUFFRAGE, reports of Judiciary Committee
WELLS, ERASTUS, Representative in 41st Congress, of Senate and House on, 108-120; proposed
2; in 420, 64.

amendment to secure 40, 42-43; action on, in
WEST. J. RODMAN, Senator in 42d Congress, 63.

Iowa, Maine, and Massachusetts, 120-121; posi-
WEST VIRGINIA, Senators and Representative in 41st tion of, in Wyoming and Utah, 121.

Congress, 1, 3; in 42, 63, 64; Republican and WOOD, FERNANDO, Representative in 41st Congress,
Democratic platforms of 1872, 180-181; appor; 2; in 420, 63.
tionment of representation, population, and WOODWARD, GEORGE W., Representative in 41st
vote in Electoral College under censuses of 1860 Congress, 2.
and 1870, 182: popular and electoral vote at presi- WRIGHT, GEORGE G., Senator in 42d Congress, 63.
dential election of 1868, 182; election in 1870, WYOMING, population of, (note,) 182; wealth, local
182; in 1871, 182; wealth, local debt, and taxa- debt, and taxation in, 183; woman suffrage in,
tion in, 183relative rank of, (note.) 183; man- 121 ; manufactures, 191.
ufactures, 191; amendment to constitution, and YATES, RICHARD, Senator in 41st Congress, 1; con-
proposed new constitution of, 52.

stitutional amendment proposed by, 39.
WHEELER, WILLIAM A., Representative in 41st Young, PIERCE M. B., Representative in 41st Con-
Congress, 2; in 420, 63.

gress, 2; in 420, 63.

gress, 2.

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