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Stationery, for Congress and the several departments..

See H, R. 1601.
contracts with Dempsey & O'Toole, rescinding all

See H. Res. 442.
Steamboats and other vessels owned in the loyal States

See H. Res. 439.
Steamer Labuan, concerning British

See S. 538.
Steam expansion, amount expended in experiments on.
Steamships, regulating carriage of passengers on.

See S. R. 162.
in the United States, encouraging building of.

See H. R. 1888.
changing name of "Aries" to "Spartan"

See S. R. 214.
Stevens, Thaddeus, expenses incurred in removing remains of, to his home in Pennsylvania, to

be paid out of the contingent fund of the House ...
Subsidies, no further, ought to be granted either in bonds or money, to railroad or other corpora.

tions..
Suffrage, extending right of, in Territories....

See H. R. 1531.
Superintendent of reports and drawback, abolishing office of

See S. 458.
Surgeon General, report of, on contracts made for support of sixty transient paupers in Wash-

ington City, D. C........
report of, on expenditures on Providence Hospital.
report of, on expenditures for Columbia Hoxpital for women
relative to amount necessary for support of transient paupers in Washington

City.
Surgical history of the Rebellion, providing for printing of medical and

See S. R. 217.
Switzler, William F., to be paid out of the contingent fund of the House the compensation of a

representative in Congress for one year....

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Shinn, Moses F.....

See S. 467.
Shipmyer, A..
Shirrell, Henry C
Shiver, David
Shore Line Railroad, for bridge across Connecticut river.
Short, George W
Shurlock, Mary Ann

See H. R. 1936.
Shurrigan, Rudolph.
Shuttleworth, N. A...

See H, R. 284.
Sibley, Susan, Mrs..
Silxbee, Roswell W

See S. 944.
Simkins, John A....
Simmons, Thomas C..

See H. R. 1630.
Simpson, William G
Simpson, William M.

See H. R. 1431.
Sinclair, M. B......
Sims, D. W..
Skeen, Jeremiah D

R. R.
Skinner, S. W..
Slater, John S.

See H. R. 1539.
Slaughter, Alfred..
Slawson, Hamilton
Slocum, Martin A..

See S. 910.
Sloss, Joseph H....

See H. R. 2011.
Smith, Ann....

See H. R. 1926.
Smith, Catharine
Smith, David
Smith, George.
Smith, Isabella
Smith, James...

See H. R. 1512.
Smith, James, et al...
Smith, J. H.
Smith, Joseph
Smith, Lewis D..

See H. Res. 389,
Smith, Sheldon, and Forbes.
Smith, Thornton..
Snow, Chester, et al.
Snow, Lorena
Snyder, Alexander
Snyder, Sarah..
Soldiers of war of 1812.
Souther, Henry..
South Carolina, citizens of, for mail route from Lexington Court House to Pine Ridge

for relief of Richard (alias Dick) Marsh..
against removal of political dixabilities of Wm. G. Simpson..

legislature of, joint resolution for removal of political disabilities.
Spear, Catharine S. B.

See H. R. 1947.
Spriggs, Kate.
Spurgeon, Elizabeth A
Stafford, William M

See H. R. 1541.
Starling, Eleanor

See H. R. 1828.
Stanton, B., et al...
St. Celan, Joseph
Steedınan, Commodore Charles.
Stewart, Andrew
Stinebuck, Peter.
Stock, Henry
Stockslager, S.M...

See H. R. 1814.
Stone, George C
Stokes, Franklin
Stone, Benjamin C

See S. 941.
Stoney, Alfred F
Stratman, John
Stribling. F. F....
Strider, S. N. B, et al
Strohm, Isaac, et al
Strong, Samuel
Store, Zilpah

See H, R. 1750.
Strother, James P..

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Stuart, Henry C..
Stuhr, Gustavus C.
Sullivan, Jeremiah.
Sumper, Albert
Sut Mutual Insurance Company of New York.
Sutherland, Alexander..
Swales, James M
Sweet, Parley

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Tariff, proposal to allow drawback upon articles used in the construction of vessels....

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See H. R. 1462.
regulating duties on imported copper and copper oren

17
See H, R. 1460.
increasing revenue from duties on imports, and tending to equalize exports and imports..

See H. R, 1319.
repealing duties on animals imported for breeding purposes...

102
See II. R. 1575.
providing for cases of vacancy in office of collector of customs..

111
See H. R. 15.9.
exempting canal boats from payment of tonnage duties

131
See H. R. 1605.
amending eighth section of act providing increased revenue

212
See H. R. 1800.
to prevent collection of illegal imports under color of State authority...

242
See H. R. 1817.
repealing tonnage duties on Spanish vessels

274
See H. R. 1864.
laws and report, President to appoint commission to revise.

296
See H. Res. 446.
establishing collection district of Aroostook, Me., and defining Newark district, New Jersey.

302
See II. R. 1906.
authorizing Secretary of Treasury to admit certain submarine telegraph cable free of duty.

425
See S. R. 228.
abolishing office of superintendent of reports and drawback.....

425
See S. 438.
Tazes illegally collected in Internal Revenue Department, providing for refunding

242
See H. R. 1820.
Telegraph lines between Boston, New York, Philadelphia, Baltimore, and Washington.....

See H. R. 1501, 1689.
New York, Newfoundland, and London, Company, to land its cable on shores of
United States......

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See H. R. 1606, S. 731.
Postmaster General transmits report, &c., on cheap system of postal

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cable free of duty, authorizing Secretary of Treasury do admit certain

425, 522
See S. R. *** H. Res. 474.
Telegraphic communication between United States and foreign countries, relating to

310
See S. 63.
Tennessee, members from the State of, appear, viz: Roderick R, Butler, Horace Maynard, William

13. Stokes, James Mullins, John Trioible, Samuel M. Arnell
Thomas A. Hamilton claims a seat as member at large from the State of.
authorizing sale of Chattanooga rolling-mill property, at Chattanooga.

See H. Res. 374.
establi-hing additional agency for paying pensions in

93
See H. R. 1566.
removing political disabilities from certain citizeus of

167
Sre I. R. 1711.
establishing post route in.....

203, 219, 213
See H. R. 1777, 1802, 1822.
establisbing mail route from Scottsboro', Alabama to Salem ...

213
See H. R. 1822.
establishing post road from Waynesville, North Carolina, to Clifton, Tennessee

413
See H. R. 1990.
establishing post road in..

See H. R. 1997.
authorizing purchase of additional ground for Nashville custom-house....

441
See S. 729.
Tenure-of-office act, proposed repeal of .

13, 21, 135
See H, Res. 365, H. R. 1481, 1666.
Territories, extending right of suffrage in....

56
See H. R. 1531.
to preserve purity of elections in...

133
See HI. R. 1624.
granting right of way to certain railroads throngh

134
See H. R. 1656.
providing for election of delegates to Congress from

116
See H. R. 1671.
wext of Rocky Mountains, report of Rossiter W. Raymond on mineral resources of.. 190
Testimony, perpetuating, in courts of United States

See H. R. 220.
Texas, Reconstruction Committee to examine into affairs in, and report
and Virginia, respecting provisional governinents of

48
See 8. R. 173.
letter of Secretary of State concerning establishment of free ports at Matamoras and other
points on the Rio Grande

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relative to persons holding civil offices under provisional government of..

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Texas, granting right of way to Memphis, El Paso, and Pacific railroad, from El Paso to Pacific
Ocean

See H. R. 1895.
relative to adjournment of constitutional convention of..
declaring valid certain declarations of constitutional convention of .

See H, Res. 471.
Text-books, in reference to introduction of disloyal, into public schools of United States.

See H. Res. 394.
Thanks to Brevet Major General Jose J. Reynolds propose

See II. Res. 385.
to Schuyler Colfax, Speaker of the House...

to Theodore M. Pomeroy, Speaker of the House, tendering
Trade, to prevent restrictions on, by States...

See H. R. 1982.
Transit in United States, to secure and protect the freedom of.

See H, R. 1582.
Treasurer of the United States transmits quarterly reports of receipts and expenditures for 1865–66.
Treasury, Solicitor of, relative to claim of Charles May to certain lots in Wisconsin....

relative to expenses in collecting debts against United States..
Treasury, Secretary of, proposal to provide by law that he shall sell surplus gold, &c..

transmits annual report for 1868......
trausmits draught of a bill allowing fire and burglar proof safes to col.

lectors of internal revenue.
to report on accommodations for United States courts at Charleston, South

Carolina ..
to report what reduction can be made of number of officers, salaries, &c.,

in his office
transmits reply to above..
transmits copy of bill for coinage of nickel copper pieces of five cents

and under,
letter of, relative to increased compensation to certain collectors of internal

revenue
to inquire into the necessity and cost of building for courts of United States

at Covington, Kentucky, and report.
to report if consular offices, greater fees than are allowed by law, &c.....
transmits reply to above
transmits report of special commissioners of internal revenue for 1868.
to inform the House of the condition of National Mechanics and Fariners'

Bank of Albany, New York.....
transmits reply to above
to inform the House reasons for postponing time for discontinuing certain

oflices in Boston, New York, &c.
transmits reply to above....
forwards communication of Solicitor of the Treasury relative to expenses

in collecting debts against the United States
to report the aggregate amount of gold coin sold by the goveroment since

January 1, 1863
transmits reply to above.
transmits statement relative to issuing and avails of bonds, &c..
transmits statement of expenses of legislative assembly, &c.,of Washington

Territory.
to communicate reports on past and present coudition of bureau of engray.

ing and printing.
transmits reply to above.
transmits letter from director of the Mint, asking additional appropria-

tions, &c
transmits additional report of the Hon. Israel T. Hatch on commercial

relations with Canada...
to furnish statement of cost of mint and running the same at Carson City,

Nevada
transmits reply to above.
directing him to sell no more gold at present.

See H. Res. 409.
to furnish facts connected with building marine hospital at Chicago, Illinois.
transmits reply to above...
transmits letter from director of the Mint with draughts of bills, &c
transmits report of Rossiter W. Raymond on mineral resources of States

and Territories west of Rocky Mountains ....
to report number, &c., of buildings in Washington occupied by his depart.

ment
transmits reply to above..
called on for information relating to contract with Frank C. Kenyon, &c.
transmits reply to above....
to issue American registers to barks Mary Jane and Cambria.

See H. Res. 420.
to furnish information concerning disunissal of men in Philadelphia custom-

house...
transmits reply to above..
to withold payment of certain money

See Hl. Res. 435.
to withold bonds sufficient to secure construction of such railroads as
have received aid from United States in a first-class manner.....

See H. Res. 436.
to furnish information relative to surveys of Delaware breakwater...
transmits reply to above..
to furnish the House information concerning American fisheries on coast

of British North America....
transmits reply to above..

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Treasury, Secretary of, transmits annual report of Superintendent of the Coast Survey..

to furnish information concerning proceeds of captured and abandoned

property..
transmits reply to above.
transmits report of E. D. Elliott on international metrical system of coinage
to furnish all regulations under revenue law of July 20, 1868.
transmits reply to above...
directing, to sell $30,000,000 of surplus

See H. Res. 455.
relative to printing extra copies of special commissioner of mining statistics
asks appropriation of $10,000 to collect statistics on mineral resources of

United States.....
to admit free of duty certain submarine telegraph cable..

See S. R. 228, H. Res. 474.
transmits list of clerks, &c., employed in his department in 1868

relative to light-house at mouth of Yaquina Bay, Oregon...
Treaty, Alabama, protesting against ratification of

See H. Res. 422.
stipulations to provide for giving effect to, for extradition of criminals

See S. 705.
with foreign nations, reciprocity, against public policy at this time..

See H. Res. 447.

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Tate, M. B...
Taylor, John
Taylor, Robie A.
Taylor, Stark B
Taylor, William
Tennessee, citizens of, that name of James Cox be placed on pension rolls.

legislature of, joint resolution, relative to navigation of Tennessee River

relative to claim of said State for iron rails, &c..
Ten Eyck Charles..
Teotz, Philip
Terham, Andrew.
Texas, constitutional convention of, for committee to inquire into condition of the Stat

that Sabine Pass be made a port of entry.

respecting division of said State, &c
Union League, for continuance of Freedmen's Bureau...

citizens of, relative to claim of Mary A. Montgomery.
Thacker, William H.
Thatcher, H. K......
Thomas, C. G
Thompson, H
Thoroughman, Thomas, et al.
Thwing, William
Tillotson, L. G. & Co
Treadway, William H
Tredway, William M
Tree, Nancy..
Trice, William L..
Trout, Nicholas K..
Todd, A, C., et al..
Topey, Honora
Topley, Samuel A.
Tozeciak, Jobn..
Trent, N. K...
Tucker, W.P.

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Utah, delegate from the Territory of, appeared, viz: William H. Hooper.
granting lands to aid in reclamation of desert lands in.

See H. R. 1806.
for relief of inhabitants of cities and towns in...

See H. R. 1807.

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Ulio, James, Lieutenant ......

See H. R. 1870.
Underwriters, Philadelphia Board of
Union Legue of New York
United States, citizens of, for remissio of duties on articles to be imported for an Irish fair

relative to passage of Jenckes's Civil Service bill

abolition of the Presidency.
line officers of the navy
for sending commissioner to Europe for metallurgical inquiry.
for removal of obstructions at Hell Gate
8th infantry, for increased pay..
sugar rafiners of ..
for amendment to patent laws
for amendment to Constitution..
for aid to National Homestead at Gettysbarg.
for act to facilitate settlements in Alaska..
for change in naturalization laws ....

that letter of E. B. Elliot, on unification of the coinage, be printed .
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