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Mr. William Williams, of Indiana.

Mr. Winchester

Absentees, in the House

Accounts, declaring the construction of section 2, of the act of March 3, 1857, to settle cer-

tain, between the United States and the State of Mississippi.

See H. R. 67.

See H. R. 178.

in relation to appropriation, and estimates.

Adjournment, for the day.


14, 19, 20, 26, 31, 46, 48, 50, 52, 54, 58, 61, 62, 65, 72, 74, 81, 91, 97,
103, 115, 117, 118, 122, 123, 127, 145, 147, 149, 152, 158, 169, 180, 189, 198
beyond the next day..
..14, 16, 28, 33, 63, 75, 109, 116, 121, 134, 135
sine die, propositions for.
.13, 45, 71, 91, 103, 202, 196, 198, 201
Agricultural College act, extending the provisions of the, to the State of Mississippi..

See H. R. 298.

Alabama, members from the State of, appear, viz:

Benjamin S. Turner, Charles W. Buckley, William A. Handley, Charles Hays,
Peter M. Dox, Joseph H. Sloss..
Norris vs. Handley, contested case of..

to give effect to a certain grant of land heretofore made to the State of.
See H. R. 49.

relating to certain lands in the State of

See H. Res. 10.

to create an additional land district in the State of..

See H. R. 53.

making an appropriation for a public building at Huntsville.

See H. R. 216.

16, 24, 57, 97, 116, 180

authorizing the Savannah and Memphis Railroad Company of, to enter public lands
See H. R. 347.

granting public lands to the State of, in aid of the Selma and Gulf Railroad.............
See H. R. 348.

to compensate the officers and crew of the Kearsarge for the destruction of the
piratical vessel

See H. R. 186.

Alaska, letter from the Secretary of War relative to the Territory of.
Aliens, to extend the provisions of section 21 of the act of July 17, 1868, to, who may enlist

in the naval or marine service..

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See H. Res. 32.


Animals, for the admission of, for breeding purposes, free of duty from Canada.........

See H. Res. 3.

Anthony, Henry B., notice of, having been chosen president of the Senate pro tempore...
Apportionment, to provide for the, of members of the House of Representatives for the
Forty-second Congress..

for the, of Representatives to Congress according to the ninth census..
See H. R. 8, 243, 328.

giving additional representation to certain States in the House of Repre-

See H. R. 80.


28, 175

16, 145

25, 85, 127


Appropriations, for the payment of additional clerks and messengers in the Pension Office. 28, 114, 127,

to correct the enrollment of the naval appropriation act..

to supply deficiences in..

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See H. Res. 30.

.144, 147, 148, 150, 156, 158, 165, 175, 187, 190, 192, 194, 201
See H. R. 19. .



Arizona, delegate from the Territory of, appears, viz: Richard C. McCormick.......
Arkansas, members from the State of, appear, viz:

James M. Hanks, Oliver P. Snyder

referring papers and credentials in the case of Hon. John Edwards and Hon.
Thomas H. Boles, both claiming to be elected from the third district of, to the
Committee of Elections...

Rogers vs. Snyder, contested case of

John Edwards declared entitled to be sworn as the sitting member from the third
district of..

John Edwards, a member from the State of, appears.
Boles vs. Edwards, relative to the contested case of.

Arlington estate, for quieting the title of the, in the county of Alexandria, Va

See H. R. 43.

Army, letter from the Secretary of War transmitting statement of contracts of the Engi-
neer Department of the, for the year 1870.
relating to certain officers of the....

See H. R. 229.

letter from the Secretary of War relative to the act making appropriations for the
support of the, for 1871
declaring the meaning of the joint resolution for the relief of certain officers of the
See H. R. 304.
Arsenal, the Secretary of War authorized to adjust and pay certain demands for extra work
upon and increased cost of the fire-proof store-house at Schuylkill, Philadelphia
See H. R. 41.
Asylums, to prevent the fraudulent use of moneys drawn from the United States Treasury
for the benefit of the national, for disabled soldiers...


25, 57, 97, 117



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Barclay's Digest, Constitution, Manual, and Rules, to print the usual edition of..
Bounties, extending, to certain soldiers who were discharged on account of disability in-
curred while in the service of the United States.

See H. R. 86.

to equalize the, of soldiers, sailors, and marines who served in the late war for the

See H. R. 89, 93.

to repeal section four of the act of March 3, 1869, în relation to additional

in relation to additional..

See H. R. 94.

See H. R. 133.

granting payment of, back pay, &c., provided by previous laws of Congress..

See H. R. 141.

to equalize the, of the soldiers who served in the late war for the Union...

See H. R. 240, 250.







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