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Bills of the House of Representatives—Continued.

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A bill to provide for the establishment of a mail 243
route from Scottsboro, in the State of Alabama,

to Salem, in the State of Tennessee.
A bill to relieve from all political disabilities im 243

posed by the third section of the fourteenth
amendment of the Constitution of the United
States, Fleming Hodges, a citizen of the State

of Mississippi.
A bill to revive the grant of lands to aid in the 243

construction of a railroad from Selma to Gads-
den, in the State of Alabama, and to confirm the
same to the Selma, Rome and Dalton Railroad

Company.
A bill to establish a certain post route in the State

243
of Alabama,
A bill relating to the Cherokee neutral lands......
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A bill to amend section two of an act entitled "An

243
act for the relief of certain drafted men,” ap-

proved February 28, 1867.
A bill granting a pension to Eleanor Starling, 243
mother of Cephas C. Starling, deceased, late of
the telegraphic military service of the United

States,
A bill granting a pension to William Canada y as 243
guardian of the minor children of Charles H. B.
King, deceased, and for the use and benefit of

said minor children.
A bill granting a pension to Conrad Seaman....... 243

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1831 A bill to authorize the Secretary of War to place

at the disposal of the National Lincoln Monu-
ment Association, at Springfield, Illinois, dam-

aged and captured ordnance.
1832 A bill for the relief of William S. Mitchell.....
1833 A bill to regulate the method of converting gold

into currency, and for other purposes.
1834 A bill for the relief of Lieutenant Thomas Paul,

late of Ilth Illinois cavalry.
1835 A bill to promote the celerity of the postal service.
1836 A bill granting the right of way through the lands

of the United States for the construction of a
railroad from the shore of Green Bay to the iron
mines in the county of Menomonee, in the State

of Michigan, and in the construction thereof
1837 A bill to enable the Jackson, Lansing and Saginaw

Railroad Company to change the northern ter-
minus of its road, and to extend the same to

Marquette, in the State of Michigan,
1838 A bill for the relief of William F. Scott, late adju.

tant 4th Iowa cavalry volunteers.
1839 A bill to increase the number of justices of the su.

preme court of the District of Columbia, and for

other purposes.
1840 A bill granting aid in the construction of the San

Diego and Gila, Southern Pacific and Atlantic
Railroad, from the harbor of San Diego to the

Colorado river, near Fort Yuma, California.
1841 A bill to relinquish the interest of the United States

in certain lands to the city and county of San

Francisco.
1842 A bill to secure the navigation of the Mississippi

river above the falls of Saint Anthony.
1843 A bill granting a pension to Mrs. Jane Gilbert.....
1844 A bill to establish certain post offices and post

routes in the Territory of New Mexico.
1845 A bill to incorporate the Columbia River Railroad

Company.
1846 A bill in amendment to the Denver Pacific Rail

way and Telegraph Company, providing for the
Southern Atlantic Gulf and Pacific Railway,

and for other purposes.
1847A bill amendatory of the bankrupt law............
1848 A bill supplementary to an act entitled “An act

to provide a national currency secured by a
pledge of United States bonds, and to provide
for the circulation and redemption thereof,''

approved June 3, 1864, and for other purposes.
1849 A bill granting & pension' to Lucy Brown, widow

of William Brown.
1850 A bill granting to the State of Arkansas public lands

in alternate sections to aid in the construction of
the Mississippi, Ouachita, and Red River rail-
road, from Eunice, on the Mississippi River, via
Monticello, Warren, Camden, and Fulton, in

the State of Arkansas.
1851 A bill defining the nature and extent of the duties

and powers of the coroner of the county of Wash-
ington, in the District of Columbia, and prescrib-

ing his fees and the manner of their collection.
1852 A bill to appropriate $200,000 towards fitting up

League Island as a naval station,
1853 A bill making appropriations in part) for the

expenses of the Indian department, and for ful-

filling treaty stipulations.
1854 A bill for the relief of lodge number twenty-two

of the Independent Order of Odd Fellows, Gib-

son City, Tennessee.
1855 A bill to pay Widow Sackett for a horse lost by

her husband in the late war.
1856 A bill to establish a certain post road in the State

of Connecticut.

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1857 A bill to repeal section 2 of an act entitled "An

act making appropriations for sundry civilexpen-
ses of the government for the year ending June

30, 1868," and for other purposes.
1858 A bill granting a pension to Captain David L. Pagh,

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27th regiment United States colored troops.
1859 A bill to regulate the fees allowed to cleiks and 262

attorneys in the circuit and district courts of the

United States.
1860 A bill providing for the holding of an election in 263

Mississippi, and for other purposes.
1861 A bill to establish a certain post road in the State of 267

Connecticut, shore line.
1862 A bill to incorporate the National Gold and Silver 267

Mining Company of Washington, D. C.
1863 A bill providing for a uniform system of naturali 269

zation.
1864 A bill for the repeal of tonnage duties on Spanish 274

vessels.
1865 A bill providing for the payment of the national 277

debt, and for the reduction of the rate of interest

thereon.
1866 A bill to promote the progress of the fine arts ....
1867 A bill for the relief of the Illinois Iron and Bolt

281
Company.
1868 A bill for the relief of H. A. White...
1869 A bill for the relief of George C. Haynie.....
1870 A bill for the relief of 2d Lieutenant James Ulio,

16th United States infantry.
1871 | A bill for the relief of David Braden....
1872 A bill providing for payment of Captain Goldman

Byson's mounted company.
1873 A bill for the relief of Jefferson W. Davis.....
1874

A bill to establish a post route from Green Castle,

in Fairfield county, Ohio, to Royalton, in said

county.
1875 A bill to provide for holding a term of the district

court of the United States at Lewisburg, in

West Virginia.
1876 A bill for the relief of Samuel H. Moore ..... 289
1877 A bill for the relief of the heirs and legal represen. 289

tatives of Charles C. Cook, deceased.
1878 A bill for the relief of George W. Short......... 289
1879 A bill for the relief of certain companies of scouts 289 355, 357....

and guides, organized in Alabama.
1880 A bill to relieve certain persons from the legal and 991 ..........

political disabilities imposed by the fourteenth
amendment of the Constitution of the United

States,
1281 A bill regulating the reports of national banking

291 342.........
associations.
1882 A bill to prohibit the further increase of the public

291 343........
debt, and for other purposes,
1883 A bill to establish an uniform rule of naturaliza.

tion throughout the United States.
1884 A bill to provide for the pavement of Pennsylva 294

nia avenue.
1885 A bill to regulate and protect the fur seal trade at

the islands of St. Paul's and St. George, in the

Territory of Alaska.
1886 A bill fixing the time for the election of represen.

tatives in Congress, to amend the naturalization
laws, and to detect fraudulent naturalization

papers.
1887 A bill providing for the exchange of gold for United 295

States demand notes, and to prevent the sale of

gold.
1888 A bill to encourage the building of steamships in

295
the United States.
1889 A bill regulating the value of extra rations to

which army officers may be entitled.
1890 A bill amendatory of the act of July 28, 1866,
granting bounties to soldiers.

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1891 A bill authorizing payment to be made for certain 296

services rendered to the United States in the late

insurrectionary States.
1892 A bill to remove all political disabilities from Eph 296

Latham, a citizen of Linkinsville, Jackson

county, in the State of Alabama.
1893 A bill granting a pension to Mrs. Martha Robinson,
1894 A bill to establish a post route from Flemingsburg 296

to Upper Tygart, Kentucky.
1895 A bill to grant the right of way to the Memphis,

El Paso, and Pacific Railway Company from

El Paso to the Pacific ocean,
1896 A bill for the relief of Wesley Ford .......

296
1897 A bill to place the name of Parley Sweet upon the

pension rolls.
1898 A bill amendatory of the naturalization laws of 296

the United States
1899 A bill granting lands to the States of Michigan, 296

Wisconsin, and Minnesota, to aid in the construc-

tion of certain railroads.
1900 A bill to establish certain post roads in the Terri.

297
tory of Montana.
1901 A bill granting public lands to the New Orleans and

297
Selma Railroad Company and Immigration As-

sociation,
1902 A bill to establish a post route from Demopolis,

297
Marengo county, Alabama, to Eutaw, Grove

county, Alabama.
1903 A bill granting a pension to Charles Mains ...

297 323........
1904 A bill to prescribe a uniform system of naturalization. 297
1905 A bill to remove the political disabilities of W. W. 297

Boyce, a ci'izen of Washington, D. C.
190€ A bill to establish the collection district of Aroog 302 ......

took, in the State of Maine, and to more accu.
rately define the boundaries of the district of

Newark, New Jersey
1907 A bill to incorporate the National Railway Loan

299
and Trust Company.
1908 A bill to compensate the officers and crew of the 310

United States steamer Kearsarge for the destruc-

tion of the rebel piratical vessel Alabama.
1909 A bill to prevent the collection of illegal taxes on 310

| passengers under color of State authority.
1910 A bill prohibiting the rendering of any service or 311

furnishing supplies in excess of legal appropria.
tions, making the same a penal offence, and de-

barring claim on such account.
1911 A bill making appropriations to supply deficiencies | 316 454, 456, 458,
in the appropriations for the service of the goy

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ernment for the fiscal year ending June 30, 1869,

and for other purposes.
1912 A bill granting a pension to the minor heirs of 317

Lieutenant R. H. Allen, deceased.
1913 A bill to remove the political d sabilities from E. 317

M. Wbiting, of Charleston, South Carolina..
1914 A bill for the relief of Abbott Q. Ross.....

313
1915 A bill to amend an act entitled "An act to provide 317

an oath of office, and for other purposes," ap-

proved July 2, 1862.
1916A bill relating to the operations of the pension

laws, and for other purposes.
1917 A bill granting a pension to Charlotte Webster.... 325
1918 A bill granting a pension to William H. Johnson ..

325
1919 A bill for the relief of Edmund W. Wendell, of

326
Wilkesbarre, Pennsylvania.
1920 A bill granting a pension to Catharine Dregar, 326

widow of Sylvester Dregar, deceased.
1921 A bill granting a pension to Catharine O'Conner, 326

widow of Timothy O'Conner, deceaxed.
1922 A bill granting a pension to Mary J. Hutton, 326

widow of John C. Hutton.
1923 A bill granting a pension to Elizabeth Radigan, 326

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