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THE CONGRESSIONAL GLOBE:

CONTAINING

THE PROCEEDINGS OF THE SENATE

SITTING FOR

THE TRIAL OF ANDREW JOHNSON,

PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES.

FORTIETH CONGRESS SECOND SESSION.

WASHINGTON CITY:
PUBLISHED BY F. & J. RIVES & GEORGE A. BAILEY,
REPORTERS AND PRINTERS OF THE DEBATES OF CONGRESS.

1868.

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WITNESSES.

FOR THE PROSECUTION.

Name.

Subject.
Blodgett, Foster......

..........Suspension from office ........
Burleigh, Walter A................

Conversations with Thomas.
Chandler, William E...............

....Drawing money from Treasury...
Chew, Robert S. .......

.......... Form of commissions
Clephane, James 0............

President's speech, Aug. 18, 1866.....
Creecy, Charles E. ....

.Form of commission......
Dear, Joseph A........

.President's St. Louis speech ............
Emory, William H......

........ Conversations with President; troops.......
Ferry, Thomas W.....

....Demand of War Office..........
Hudson, William N..........

... President's Cleveland speech.............
Jones, J. W.

... Service of Senate resolution. ...............
Karsner, George W.........

... Conversations with Thomas.....
McDonald, William J..........

.... Service of Senate resolutions..
McEwen, Daniel C.................

....... ... President's Cleveland speech.
Moore, William G....

............................................ ........ ... Corrections President's speech, Aug. 18, 1866...
Moorhead, James K. ........

....... ... Demand of War Office..........
Sheridan, James B....

.President's speech, Aug. 18, 1866.......
Smith, Francis H.........

...... President's speech, Aug. 18, 1866...
Stark, Everett D........

President's Cleveland speech......
Tinker, Charles A......... .......

.Telegrams........
Van Horn, Burt. .......

.Demand of War Office.
Walbridge, L. L.......

.President's St. Louis speech ..........
Wallace, George W..............

.Conversations with President; troops ..........
Wilkeson, Samuel..............

.... Conversations with Thomas.......
Wood, H........

... Interview with President

Page.
122
59
85

115
.94, 97
.54, 119

113
78
78
100

54
.... 75, 78

54
104

97

58

.93, 96

96

105
39, 93, 96

56
111

84

74
122

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INDEX TO SUPPLEMENT.

....................

.........

................

A.
Able, Barton-see Witnesses.
Acquittal on Article XI

412
II.....

414
III.

415
judgment of, entered. .........

415
Adjournment sine die......

415
Admissibility of testimony-see Evidence.
Alta Vela letter--
remarks on, by--
Man'r Butler

..335, 337, 341, 342, 343
Mr. Nelson

.336, 337, 341, 342, 343, 350
Man'r Logan..

337
Answer, application of Counsel for forty days to prepare ............

6
discussed by
Man'r Bingham. .......

7, 8
Mr. Curtis ....

7
Mr. Stanbery.

6, 7
Man'r Wilson ................................

7
denied

8
orders offered fixing day for respondent to file, by-
Mr. Edmunds.

8
Mr. Drake ......

12
Mr. Trumbull.......
order that respondent file, on or before 23d of March-[By

Mr. Trumbull.]
offered and agreed to

12
read and filed ....

12
exhibits accompanying-
A. message of President, March 2, 1867, returning with objec-
tions the tenure-of-office bill..

18
B. message of President, Dec. 12, 1867, announcing suspen-
sion of Secretary Stanton.

19
C. address to President, by Hon. Reverdy Johnson, Aug. 18,

1866, communicating proceedings of National Union
Convention........

22
Anthony, Henry B., a Senator from Rhode Island-
remarks by

.82, 83, 99, 121, 158, 160,
102, 210, 233, 242, 216, 217, 250, 350, 379, 406, 407, 408, 411
Application of Counsel for forty days to prepare answer ............

0
denied.

8
for thirty days to prepare for trial

23
denied (yeas 12, nays 41)....

27
for three days to prepare proofs......

120
granted

121
for adjournment in consequence of illness of Mr. Stanbery........ 174
Argument, right of counsel making motion to open and close,
thereon..

26
final, orders offered to fix the number and order of speakers on,
by-
Man'r Bingham ........

147
Mr. Frelinghuysen.....

147, 160
Mr. Sumner...

160, 162, 174
Mr. Sherman ......

.101, 247, 248
Mr. Conness..............................

175, 248, 250
Mr. Doolittle

175
final, orders offered to fix the number and order of speakers, on
by-
Mr. Stewart ........

247
Mr. Vickers.....

.247, 248
Mr. Johnson...

248
Mr. Corbett.....

248
Mr. Henderson ......................

249
Mr. Trumbull...

250
Mr. Buckalew............................................................. 250
Mr. Calderon ..........

250
Mr. Yates.......

250
V

Argument-Continued.
order that as many of Managers as desire be permitted to file,

or address Senate orally, the conclusion of oral argument
to be by one Manager--[ By Mr. Trumbull.)
offered, 250; amended, 250; adopted, 251; (yeas 28, nays

22.)
on the case by-
Man'r Butler......

29
Mr. Curtis.......

.123, 130
Man'r Logan.....

251
Man'r Boutwell...

.268, 279
Mr. Nelson ......

294
Mr. Groesbeck.

310
Man'r Stevens.

320
Man'r Williams....

.324, 331
Mr. Evarts......

.... 337, 343, 351, 361
Mr. Stanbery.........

.368, 371
Man'r Bingham..

.379, 388, 398
Armstrong, William W.-see Witnesses.
Articles of impeachment exhibited by House of Representa-
tives ....

3
vote on the--see Question.

B.
Bayard, James A., a Senator from Delaware-
order by-
that no Senator shall speak more than once, nor to exceed

thirty minutes, during deliberations on final question :

offered and rejected, 320; (yeas 16, nays 34.)
remarks by

......... 249, 320
Bingham, John A., of Ohio, a Manager, Chairman-
motions by-
that upon filing replication the trial proceed forthwith:

offered and rejected, 8; (yeas 25, nays 26.).
to amend Rule XXI, so as to allow such of Managers and

Counsel as desire to be heard to speak on final argu-
ment......

147
argument by-
on application of Counsel for forty days to prepare an.

7,8
for tbirty days to prepare for trial....

.23, 26
on motion to fix a day for trial to proceed..

11
on right of Managers to close debate on interlocutory ques.
tions......

26
on authority of Chief Justice to decide questions of evi.

dence........
on order in regard to rule limiting argument.

147, 174
on right of Counsel to renew examination of a witness recalled
by court......

..171, 172
on admissibility-
of Adjt. Gen. Thomas's declarations to Mr. Burleigh, Feb.
21, 1868...

..68, 70
of Adjt. Gen. Thomas's declarations to clerks of War De-
partinent..

72
of President's letter to Gen. Grant, unaccompanied with
inclosures......

82
of appointment of Edmund Cooper to be Assistant Secre-
tary of the Treasury.......

87
of President's declarations to Adjt. Gen. Thomas, Feb.
ruary 21. ..........

139
of President's declarations to Adjt. Gen. Thomas, prior to
March 9......

141
of question, Whether Gen. Sherman gave President an
opinion, &c......

163, 165
of President's message to Senate, Feb. 24..

..176, 177
final, on the case....

...379, 388, 398
Blodgett, Foster-see Witnesses.

swer ........

.61, 62

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