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Lucinda Starnes. An act granting a pension to Lucinda Starnes. March 3, 1877.
March 3, 1877 .............
William A. Webb. An act to remove the political disabilities of William A. Webb, of Virginia.
Frank L. Woolford. An act for the relief of Col. Frank L. Woolford, late of the First Kentucky Cav-
Joel S. Kennard. An act removing the political disabilities of Joel S. Kennard, of Savannah, Georgia.
March 3, 1877.
Austin R. Mills. An act granting a pension to Austin R. Mills.
Virginia E. White. An act for the relief of Virginia E. White, of Ohio County, West Virginia. March 3, 1877
Daniel Houlihan. An act granting a pension to Da iel Houlihan. March 3, 1877.
Helen M. Stansbury. An act to increase the pension of Helen M. Stansbury, March 3, 1877.
T. B. Murdock. An act granting a pension to T. B. Murdock. March 3, 1877..
Edmund H. Cobb. An act granting a pension to Edmund H. Cobb. March 3, 1877..
pensation for the past making, or use, or vending of his patent explosive shell, fuses, and percussion-exploders by the United States. March 3, 1877 Margaret Hunter Hardie. An act to grant a pension to Margaret Hunter Hardic, widow of James
A. Hardie, Inspector-General in the United States Army. March 3, 1877 James Eagle's Minor Heirs. An act granting a pension to Sarah A. Chamberlain, guardian of the minor heirs of James Eagle, Company F, Second Regiment Kansas State Militia. March 3, 1877.... Irena Garrett. An act granting a pension to Irena Garrett. March 3, 1877 Erastus T. Bussell. An act to enable Erastus T. Bussell, of Indianapolis, Indiana, to make application to the Commissioner of Patents for extension of letters-patent for a "combined rubber and spiral steel spring." March 3, 1877...
Stillman E. Dix. An act granting a pension to Stillman E. Dix, of Hampton, Virginia. March 3, 1877
Mary H. Bartlett. An act to repeal an act granting a pension to Mary H. Bartlett, approved January twenty-eighth, 1873. March 3, 1877..
Peter Harder. An act granting a pension to Peter Harder. March 3, 1877.
William G. Temple and William H. Whiting. Joint resolution authorizing Captain Temple and Lientenant-Commander Whiting, of the Navy, to accept a decoration from the King of the Hawaiian Islands. January 29, 1877
Clothing for Company A, Second Cavalry. Joint resolution authorizing the issue of clothing to Com
pany "A," Second Regiment United States Cavalry. March 3, 1877.... Francis Hegner and John C. Collins. Joint resolution authorizing the issue of clothing to Private Francis Hegner, Company F, Seventh Cavalry, and Private John C. Collins, Company G, Seventh Cavalry. March 3, 1877..
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Japan. Postal convention between the Empire of Japan and the United States of America. Signed
New South Wales. Postal convention between the United States of America and the colonial govern-
Hawaiian Islands. Convention between the United States of America and His Majesty the King of the Hawaiian Islands. Commercial reciprocity. Concluded January 30, 1875; ratification advised by Senate March 18, 1875; ratified by President May 31, 1875; ratified by King April 17, 1875; ratifications exchanged at Washington June 3, 1875; proclaimed June 3, 1875 Belgium. Treaty between the United States of America and His Majesty the King of the Belgians. Commerce and navigation. Concluded March 8, 1875; ratification advised by Senate March 10, 1875; ratified by President March 16, 1875; ratified by King of the Belgians June 10, 1875; ratifications exchanged at Brussels June 11, 1875; proclaimed June 29, 1875. Japan. Agreement between the United States of America and the Empire of Japan, for the prepayment in full to destination of the postage on newspapers and other articles of printed matter, patterns, and samples of merchandise exchanged in the mails between the two countries. Signed April 26, 1875 .
New South Wales. Amended article to replace article 3 of the postal convention between the United
Japan. Additional agreement between the United States of America and the Empire of Japan, mod-
Newfoundland. Additional article of agreement between the Post-Office Departments of the United
CONTAINED IN THIS VOLUME.
Alabama Claims Court. Extending the duration of the Court of Commissioners of Alabama Claims.
Recommending Thursday, November 25, 1875, as a day of national thanksgiving.
Centennial celebration. Publishing resolution of Congress, recommending general assemblies of the
Centennial religious services. Recommending religious services on July 4, 1876. June 26, 1876....
Special Session of the Senate. Appointing March 5, 1877, for a special session of the Senate. March 2, 1877...