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TO THE

EXECUTIVE DOCUMENTS

PRINTED BY ORDER OF THE

SENATE OF THE UNITED STATES

FOR THE

THIRD SESSION OF THE FORTY-FIRST CONGRESS.

1870-'71.

IN TWO VOLUMES.

Volume 1 contains No. 1 to No. 53, inclusive, except No. 36.
Volume 2 contains No. 36.

WASHINGTON:

GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE.

1871.

INDEX

TO

THE EXECUTIVE DOCUMENTS

OF THE

SENATE OF THE UNITED STATES,

THIRD SESSION FORTY-FIRST CONGRESS.

Subject.

B.

Blow, Henry T., United States minister to Brazil, dispatches of, in rela-
tion to trade between Brazil and the United States, cotton and its
culture in Brazil, material and financial condition of Brazil, the Para-
guayan war, ocean navigation, &c

Brazil, trade between and the United States, cotton and its culture in,
material and financial condition of, &c. Dispatches of Hon. Henry
T. Blow, United States minister to Brazil

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C.

Camden, R. L. M., application of, for military protection for employés of
an association engaged in gold mining in South Carolina
Cannon to monumental associations. Letter of the Secretary of War in
relation to the donation of bronze..

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Cape Fear River. Report of the Chief of Engineers upon the improve-
ment of the

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Charleston Harbor. Report of the Chief of Engineers upon the survey of.
Colored schools of Washington and Georgetown, reports of the board of
trustees of. Letter of the Secretary of the Interior..
Commissioner of Internal Revenue. (See Internal Revenue.)
Consular agents, reports of. Message of the President of the United

States

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Consular courts of the United States in Japan, regulations for the. Mes-
sage of the President of the United States..

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Contractors for the construction of vessels of war and steam machinery.
Message of the President of the United States returning joint resolu-
tion No. 92 with his objections
Conventions. (See Treaties)..
Cotton and its culture in Brazil.
States minister to Brazil.
Council of Indian tribes held at Ocmulgee, in December, 1870. Proceed-
ings of the. Message of the President of the United States
Customs laws. Letter of the Secretary of the Treasury relative to the
collection and distribution of fines and forfeitures under the..

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36

Dispatches of Henry T. Blow, United

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D.

Direct tax levied by the acts of August 5, 1861. Letter of the Secretary
of the Treasury as to what States and Territories have paid their pro-
portion of the...

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Subject.

District of Columbia. Water-main from the reservoir to Capitol Hill .
Doane, Lieutenant Gustavus O., report of, upon the Yellowstone expedi-
tion of 1870 ...

Dominican portion of the island of San Domingo. Message of the Pres-
ident of the United States relative to the proposed annexation of the..

E.

Engineer Bureau, 'report of the, on the proposed ship canal from Fort
St. Philip to Breton Island....
Engineers, report of the Chief of, upon the improvement of the Cape
Fear River..

Engineers, report of the Chief of, upon the survey of Charleston Harbor.
Engineers, report of the Chief of, upon the improvement of the Missis-
sippi River from Alton to the mouth of the Maramec River.
England. Correspondence between Mr. Motley, minister to Court of St.
James and the Department of State. Message of the President .......

F.

Fines and forfeitures under the customs laws. Letter of the Secretary
of the Treasury relative to the collection of...

Fort Leavenworth, report of General Pope upon the enlargement of the
military post and depot at. Letter of the Secretary of War...
Fort Leavenworth. Report of the Secretary of War in regard to the
military depot at.

France and Prussia. Message of the President of the United States rela-
tive to the correspondence with the United States minister at Paris
since the commencement of the war between

Free matter passing through the mails during the period of six months
ending June 30, 1870, amount of. Letter of the Postmaster General...
Freights and passage to the Pacific coast by the way of the Isthmus and
Cape Horn during the twelve months last past, amount paid for. Mes-
sage of the President of the United States

G.

Georgetown, reports of the board of trustees of colored schools of Wash-
ington and. Letter of the Secretary of the Interior..

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H.

Hoag, superintendent, relative to the extension of the time of payment
by settlers on the Osage Indian lands in Kansas...
Holabird, Lieutenant Colonel Samuel B., report of, of a reconnoissance
made by him in the Department of Dakota in 1869.
Hoyt, Harris, Byron Sprague, and others. Letters of the Secretary of
War relative to an alleged traffic with rebels in the State of Texas
during the late war by
parts 1 and 2..

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I.

Indiana State bonds held by the Secretary of the Interior as trustee for
various Indian tribes. Letter of the Secretary of the Interior....
Indian Affairs, Commissioner of. Report relative to the extension of the
time of payment by settlers on the Osage Indian lands in Kansas
Indian Commissioners. Annual report of the Board of...
Indian tribes. Letter of the Secretary of the Interior in relation to cer-
tain Indiana State bonds held by him as trustee for various
Indian tribes, proceedings of the council of, held at Ocmulgee, in Decem-
ber, 1870. Message of the President of the United States
Indian tribes in the northern superintendency to sell a portion of their
lands, with a view to the purchase of other lands. Papers relative to
the desire of certain...

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Indians, appropriations for the Peoria, Kaskaskia, Wea, and Piankeshaw.
Letter of the Secretary of the Interior

40

Subject.

INTERIOR. LETTERS OF THE SECRETARY OF THE-

Inventory of property belonging to the United States in the Depart-
ment of the Interior..

In relation to certain Indiana State bouds held by him as trustee
for various Indian tribes...

Acceptance of the statue of Abraham Lincoln executed by Vinnie
Ream....

Reports of the board of trustees of colored schools of Washington
and Georgetown

Reports of the Commissioner of Indian Affairs, Superintendent Hoag,
and J. D. Lang, relative to the extension of the time of payment
by settlers on the Osage Indian lands in Kansas...

In relation to the early labors of the missionaries of the American
Board of Commissioners for Foreign Missions in Oregon...............
Appropriations for the Peoria, Kaskaskia, Wea, and Piankeshaw
Indians

Interior Department, property belonging to the United States in the.
Letter of the Secretary of the Interior

Internal Revenue, report of the Commissioner of, relative to the col-
lection of the tax on the forty-five million scrip dividend of the New
York Central Railroad Company

International Ocean Telegraph Company upon messages passing over
their lines. Message of the President of the United States in relation
to charges made by the

Isthmus and Cape Horn, amount paid for freights and passage to the Pa-
cific coast, by way of the. Message of the President of the United
States..

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J.

Japan, regulations for the consular courts of the United States in. Mes-
sage of the President of the United States.

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Jordan & McPike. Letter of the Secretary of War in relation to the
claims of..

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K.

Kansas. Reports relative to the extension of the time of payment by set-
tlers on the Osage Indian lands in....

1

Kaskaskia Indians. (See Indians.)

L.

Lang, J. D., report of, relative to the extension of the time of payment
by settlers on the Osage Indian lands in Kansas

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Lincoln, Abraham, acceptance of the statue of, executed by Vinnie Ream.
Letter of the Secretary of the Interior.

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M.

Mails, amount of free matter passing through the, during the period
of six months ending June 30, 1870. Letter of the Postmaster General....
Mails and freights and the expense of guarding the overland route from
the Missouri River to the Pacific Ocean, cost of transportation of. Mes-
sage of the President of the United States..
Merchandise imported at certain ports of the United States and destined
for certain other ports may be immediately transported to such other
ports. Letter from the Secretary of the Treasury communicating copy
of the regulations prescribed under the act providing that.
Military depot at Fort Leavenworth. Report of the Secretary of War in
regard to the..

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Missionaries of the American Board of Commissioners for Foreign Mis-
sions in Oregon. Letter of the Secretary of the Interior..
Mississippi River, improvement of, from Alton to the mouth of the Mar-
amec River. Letter of the Secretary of War........

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