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Public Documents-Continued.

Public Documents--Continued. Orders to print for use of Congress

Orders to print for distribution Congressional Library: order of House to reprint bill (S. 1139) District of Columbia health report: joint resolution to print extra for erecting, passed 314.

copies (see S. R. 110; H. Res. 288). Estimates of appropriations: order of House to print sundry, Education report: joint resolution to print annual report for 1883 passed 203.

and 1884 (see H. Res. 320). Foreign ownership of lands: order of House to reprint bill (H.

concurrent resolution to print report for 1883 and 1884, R. 5266), passed 1040.

referred in Senate 1281. French spoliation claims: order of Senate to print extra copies of Eulogies on Mr. Anthony: bill to print (see bill S. 2577). bill (S. 1820), passed 848.

Eulogies on Mr. Duncan: joint resolution to print (seé H. Res. order of Senate to print additional copies of act relative

323). to, passed 2290.

Eulogies on Mr. Evins: joint resolution to print (see H. Res. order of House to print additional copies of act relative

327). to, passed 2302.

Fish and Fisheries : concurrent resolution to print annual report Galveston Harbor, Texas: resolution of Senate to print map with

on, passed 2062, 2159, 2428. report of committee on, passed 283.

Fish Commission : joint resolution to provide for printing annual Gun-foundry report: resolution of Senate to print, passed 412.

reports (see S. R. 124). resolution of House to print additional copies, passed French spoliation claims: concurrent resolution to print addi1805.

tional copies of report of Secretary of State on, passed Haskell, J. R: order of House to print petition of, passed 1040.

Senate 981, 1004, 1264, 1905, 2397. International geographical congress: resolution of Senate to print Geological survey: joint resolutions to print monograph 2 (see S. Wheeler's report on, referred 14.

R. 128; H. Res. 340). Internal-revenue laws: concurrent resolution of Senate to print

joint resolutions to print sixth and seventh annual reGoodloe's compilation of, referred 413.

ports of (see S. R. 129; H. Res. 338). Interstate commerce: order of Senate to reprint bill (S. 2112) Industrial art: bill to publish report of Interior Department on passed 106.

growth of (see bill H. R. 8256). order of Senate to reprint bill (H. R. 5461) to regulate, International geographical congress: concurrent resolution to passed 1281.

print Wheeler's report on, passed 682, 724, 1805. Jamestown and Northern Railroad: order of Senate to print letter Iron and steel tests : concurrent resolution to print report on, of Secretary of Interior relative to, passed 348.

passed Senate 563, 717. Memorial: order of Senate to print memorial of A. A. Rand and Labor and capital : concurrent resolution to print report of SenA. Ordway, passed 331.

ate committee on, passed 1893, 1900, 1931." Mexican treaty: order of House to reprint report on (H. R. RE Labor in Europe: concurrent resolution to print, passed 232, 345, PORT 1848) passed 32, rescinded 112.

648, 683, 891. Mexican war pensions: order of House to reprint bill (H. R. 5667) National Academy of Sciences : concurrent resolution to print angranting, passed 285.

nual report, passed Senate 1706, 1751, 2302. Pacific railroads: order of Senate to print additional copies of National Home for Disabled Volunteer Soldiers : joint resolution to bill (H. R. 6771), passed 1036.

print report of House committee on investigation of (see Panama Canal: order of Senate to print papers relative to,

H. Res. 347). passed 134.

Naval and military reports : joint resolutions to print certain (see Pension attorney fees : order of Senate to print bill (S. 2511),

S. R. 100; H. Res. 292). passed 1369.

Point Barrow expedition : letter of Secretary of War relative to Post-Office appropriation bill : order of House to reprint report on,

publishing report on (S. Ex. Doc. 62) 1290, 1314. passed 1218.

joint resolution to print additional copies of report on (see President's annual message : resolution of House to print, passed

H. Res. 335). 9, 59.

Precious metals: concurrent resolution to print annual report on order of Senate to print, passed 35.

production of, passed 1840, 2302, 2328, 2383. Railroad land grants : order of Senate to reprint bill (S. 60) de Public lands decision : concurrent resolution to print 2248, 2277, claring subject to taxation, passed 548.

2342, 2397. Railway mail service : resolution of Senate to print history of, Railway mail service : concurrent resolution to print documentary passed 1706.

history of, referred in Senate 915. Senate executive documents : resolution of Senate to reprint certain, Records of War of Rebellion : joint resolution to print additional passed 649, 654, 683, 723.

copies (see H. Res. 333). Senate Manual : resolution of Senate to print, passed 2232, 2280. Red Cross Society: concurrent resolution to print report of third Soldiers' homes: order of House to print preliminary copies of

international convention of, passed Senate 2279. report of committee on investigation, passed 219.

concurrent resolution to print history of, passed Senate Telegraph cables: resolution of Senate to print report of Secretary

2132, 2301, 2530. of State on, passed 1614.

Smithsonian Institution : joint resolution to provide for printing Treasury Department employés: order of Senate to print annual

annual reports of (see S. R. 114). report on, passed 1931.

concurrent resolution to print annual report for 1884, War Department employés: resolution of Senate to print annual

passed 981, 996, 1040, 1265. report on, passed 1614.

Statistical abstract : joint resolution to print seventh number (see Orders to print for distribution

H. Res. 332). Agricultural Department: concurrent resolution to print scientific

Treaties : concurrent resolution to print, passed 1280, 1366, 1446, memoirs of, referred in Senate 2062.

1511, 2525. Agricultural report: joint resolution to print annual report for

Washington Monument dedication : concurrent resolution to print 1885 (see H. Res. 342).

report of commission on 2117, 2200. Alaska: concurrent resolution to print Schwatka's report on,

bill to print report of commission on (see bill S. 2666). passed 541, 724, 1392.

Public Land Strip
concurrent resolution to print Stoney's report on, passed Bill to extend laws of United States over (see bill H. R. 489).

Senate and referred in House 1773, 1921.
Astronomical and meteorological observations: concurrent resolu- Public Lands

tion to print for 1881 and 1882, passed 2005, 2132, California : report of Secretary of Interior relative to illegal land
2301, 2428.

entries in (S. Ex. Doc. 103) 2065, 2177, 2436. Burcau of Animal Industry: joint resolution to print annual re

petition to amend bill for relief of certain settlers in 621. port for 1885 (see H. Res. 341).

Coal lands: bill to amend law relative to entry of (see bill S. Bureau of Ethnology: joint resolutions to print sixth and seventh

2483). annual reports of (see S. R. 127; H. Res. 339).

Dakota : bills to establish additional land district (see bills S. Catalogue of Government Publications: joint resolution to print

2487; H. R. 7960). and distribute (see S. R. 104).

Desert lands: memorial of Legislature of Idaho against repealing Coast Survey: concurrent resolution to print annual report for

law relative to 981, 2034. 1884, passed 1079, 1260, 1805.

Entries of: annual report of suspended (H. R. Ex. Doc. 13) 55. Corwin (revenue-steamer): concurrent resolution to print report on Fencing of: bill to prohibit (see bill H. R. 5479). cruise of, passed House and referred in Senate 2527,

resolution passed Senate directing committee to report 2559.

legislation relative to 2.

Public Lands-Continued.

Pusey-Continued. Foreign ownership: bills to prevent (see bills S. 2154; H. R. Bills and joint resolutions introduced by 5266).

Private land claims: to ascertain and settle (see bill H. R. 7597) Grants of. See also RAILROADS.

81.
bill to grant lands to People's Real Estate Tontine (see
bill S. 2642.)

Motions made by Homestead entries : bill for relief of settlers under (see bill s. Council Bluffs, Iowa: to consider bill to erect public building aty 2556).

objected to 1260. bill to amend laws for (see bill S. 426).

Petitions and papers presented by, from petition for bill 1143.

Hill, Mrs. C. H: for relief 1016. Iowa : bill to sell lots in town of Peru (see bill H. R. 449).

Iowa, citizens of: for passage Mexican war pension bill 504,540, Kansas : bill to extend payments of purchasers of Omaha and

646, 716, 980, 1191, 1243, 1511, 1705, 1827. Otoe Indian lands (see bill s. 2544).

for suppression of Mormonism 1511. resolution of Legislature for resurvey of 2033.

to increase widows' pensions 1243. Laws: estimate for printing (H. R. Ex. Doc. 28) 188. concurrent resolution to print decisions on 2248, 2277,

Remarks by, on 2342, 2397.

Council Bluffs (Iowa) public building 1962. Michigan: bills to quiet title to certain lands in Saginaw Bay Thornburgh, Eliza W: increase of pension to 1660. (see bills S. 1291; H. R. 8164).

Votes of. See YEA AND NAY VOTES.
Mineral Lands: bill to regulate sale in Southern States (see bill
H. R. 27).

Putnam, Elizabeth
Minnesota: bill for relief of settlers on swamp lands (see bill H. Bill for relief (see bill H. R. 7796).
R. 834).

Papers referred in House 465.
petition relative to lands withdrawn from settlement
1827.

Puyallup River
Mississippi: bill to quiet certain land titles in (see bill S. 1043). Report of engineers on survey of (H. R. Ex. Doc. 172) 1176.
Nebraska : bill to extend payments of purchase of Omaha and
Otoe Indians lands (see bill s. 2544).

Quackenbush, John M. Nevada: bill to grant public lands to State (see bill H. R. Bill to appoint him commander in Navy (see bill S. 2512). 8161).

Bill to confirm status in Navy 156.
New Mexico: report of Secretary of Interior on fraudulent titles
to (S. Ex. Doc. 106) 2327, 2436.

Queen, Rachael A.
Occupation of: bill to prevent unlawful occupation (see bill H. Bill to pension (see bill H. R. 8132).

R. 5479).
Oregon: bill to create additional land district (see bill S. 2539). Quostions of Order in House

petition to ratify certain patents made by governors of Adjournment: Speaker rules motion to fix day to which adjourn-
colony of New York 1191.

ment is in order after a motion has been carried to go Pre-emption of: bill to repeal laws for (see bills S. 77; H. R.

into Committee of Whole 558. 7004).

Appropriation bills: Speaker rules that amendments to Senate petitions relative to 266, 1447, 2060, 2224.

amendments must first be considered in Committee of Price of: petitions to reduce 324, 465, 1771, 2278.

Whole if for appropriation for different purpose 2420Timber-culture lands: bill to repeal laws for entry of (see bill H.

2424. R. 7004).

Debate: ruling and debate on question if in order to limit depetition against bill 2224.

bate upon a section of bill which is divided into paraTimber lands: bill to regulate disposal of (see bill S. 2451).

graphs 1604-1612. bill to amend act of 1878 relative to sale in California, House as in Committee of the Whole: debate, rulings, and vote of Oregon, and Nevada of (see bill S. 2482).

House whether motion to limit debate and on that moTitles to: bills to confirm in certain cases (sce bílls S. 2509, S.

tion demand previous question is in order and would 2519; H. R. 7778, 8126).

have same effect as if House actually in Committee of Public Printer

Whole 334-343.

Investigations: Speaker rules that resolution for investigation Annual report (S. Ms. Doc. 24) 823.

with view to impeachment is a question of privilege Pueblo, Colorado

17-19. Bill to erect public building at (see bill S. 1504).

Previous question: Speaker rules that previous question can not

be called on a section of a bill when no question pendPugh, James L. (a Senator from Alabama)

ing with regard to that section 337. Attended 1.

Questions of privilege: Speaker rules that when motion is to subAmendments offered by, to

mit to House the question whether its privileges have

been violated he can not rule on it 205-207, 222. Interstate commerce: bill to regulate 808.

Report of proceedings: Speaker rules that the reading of a billon Remarks by, on

its introduction does not require its entry either in Interstate commerce 808, 1079.

Journal or Record 1020. Read, John B: claim of 2481, 2482.

Rules: Speaker decides that a resolution to amend the rules is Reports made by, from

subject to point of order that it must be referred to

Committee on Rules, notwithstanding fact that it has Committee on Judiciary

laid over one day 984-986. Appeals from supreme courts (bill H. R. 6220) 1145.

Special orders: Speaker rules that House may take up during Votes of. See YEA AND NAY VOTES.

first six days of session 26. Punta Rassa, Florida

Speaker rules that unless specially excepted a continu

ing special order takes precedence of regular order on Petition for improvement of harbor of 913.

private bill day 365. Purdum, Christian R., and others

Quige, M. Bill for relief (see bill S. 2584).

Papers referred in House 428. Bill for relief (see bill H. R. 8025).

Quinby, Isaac F.
Purnell, Thomas F.

Papers withdrawn from files of House 100.
Bill for relief (see bill S. 2433).
Bill for relief (see bill H. R. 1411).

Quincy, Illinois
Purviance, A. J.

Bills to increase limit of cost of public building at (see bills &

2542; H. R. 7800). Petition for relief 266.

Letter of Secretary of Treasury relative to extending limit of Pusey, William H. M. (a Representative from Iowa)

cost of public building at (S. Ex. Doc. 61) 1448, 1427.. Attended 8.

Quincy Bay, Thinois Amendments offered by, to

Report of engineers on survey of Whipple Creek in (H. R. Ex. River and harbor appropriation bill 1924.

Doc. 84) 724.

Quinn, Edward P.

Bill to increase pension (see bill H. R.7732).

Petition for increase of pension 266. Radford, Henry

Bill to pension (see bill S. 2177). Radich, Marcos

Papers withdrawn from files of House 2544. Rager, George W.

Bill to remove charge of desertion (see bill S. 2313). Raible, Joseph

Bill to pension (see bill H. R. 3947). Rail, Eugene B., and others

Bill for relief (see bill S. 723). Railroads. See also INTERSTATE COMMERCE.

Bill to protect interests of United States in respect to incum

brances on (see bill S. 1733).
Bill to make railroads organized by acts of Congress subject to

State and Territorial legislation (see bill S. 2537).
Joint resolution prohibiting railroads mortgaging land grants

pending consideration of bills for forfeiture (see S. R. 123)

1721. Land grants to: bill to provide for. settlement of rights in those

declared forfeited (see bill S. 1445). bill to declare all unearned grants forfeited and provide

for adjudication of controversies (see bill H. R. 7686). bill to declare them subject to taxation (see bill S. 60). bill to forfeit grant to Atlantic and Pacific Railroad (see

bill H. R. 7162). resolution of inquiry in House relative to grant to Cali

fornia and Oregon Railroad, referred 1005, 1040. President requested to suspend confirming lands to Cali

fornia and Oregon Railroad 1637. joint resolution to prohibit sale of lands granted to

Florida Railway and Navigation Company (see S. R. 130). bill to forfeit grant to Girard and Mobile Railroad (see

bill H. R. 8180) 1491. bill to forfeit grant made Iowa for Sioux City and Saint

Paul Railroad (see bill H. R. 7299). bill to adjust grants in Kansas (see bill H. R. 6416). bill to forfeit grant made to Michigan (see bill S. 2363). bill to forfeit grant to New Orleans, Baton Rouge and

Vicksburg Railroad (see bill S. 2031). bill to forfeit grant to Oregon Central Railroad (see bills

S. 428; H. R. 181). bills to forfeit grant to Selma, Rome and Dalton Rail

road (H. R. REPORT 2604) 1840. bill to forfeit grant to Southern Pacific Railroad (see bill

H. R. 8289). bill to forfeit grant to Texas Pacific Railroad (see bill H.

R. 3933). motions in House to consider bills for forfeiture of 1044,

1045, 1046.
Rates: bill to fix passenger and freight rates west of Missouri

River (see bill S. 2468).
Railway Mail Service. See POSTAL SERVICE.
Rain

Petition of Michael Cahill relative to material to produce 298. Rains, William

Bill for relief (see bill H. R. 8068). Ram Island Reef

Petition to locate light-ship at or near 298. Ramsay, G. Alexander

Bill for relief (see bill S. 2494). Ramsdell, Isabella J.

Petition for increase of pension 388. Rand and Ordway

Memorial relative to collection of photographic negatives of war

of rebellion (S. Mis. Doc. 10) 299, 331, 607, 620. Randall, Daniel B.

Bill to pension (see bill H. R. 7903). Randall, Elizabeth A.

Bill to pension (see bill H. R. 1587).

Randall, Samuel J. (a Representative from Pennsylvania)

Attended 8.
Appointed conferee on deficiency appropriation bill 2529.
Appointed conferee on Navy appropriation bill 2410, 2554.
Appointed conferee on Navy additional appropriation bill 741.
Appointed conferee on Navy temporary appropriation bill 333,

404.
Appointed conferee on sundry civil appropriation bill 2435, 2559.
Appointed on committee to notify President 9.

Appointed teller 406, 428, 644, 1174, 2210.
Amendments offered by, to

Navy appropriation bill 2047.
Bills and joint resolutions introduced by

Army and Navy apothecaries: to grant commissions to (see bill

H. R. 6017) 834.
Lyle, Peter: for relief (see bill H. R. 8018) 834.
Navy temporary appropriation bill (bill H. R. 7791) 410.
Patents: relating to (see bill H. R. 8100) 1008.
Special electoral messengers: to provide for expenses of (see bill

H. R. 7964) 696, 714.
Motions and resolutions offered by

Adjourn: to 428, 557, 620, 1546.
Adjurn over: to 405.
Blackburn, Joseph C. S: to elect as Speaker pro tempore, adopted

1120.
Call of House: for 645.
Committee: to notify President 9.
Donnelly, Vincent T: to withdraw his papers 2524.
Grant, Ulysses S: to consider bill to retire 2565.
Hour of meeting: fixing at 11 o'clock, adopted 1501.
Sundry civil appropriation bill: to suspend rules on passage of,

adopted 2210.
Petitions and papers presented by, from

Brown, Emma: to pension 994.
Devlin, John: relative to distance of sun from the earth 411.
District of Columbia, citizens of Washington: relative to street

improvements 503.
Franklin Institute: for copy of specifications of patents relative

to electricity 1035.

for relief 1035. Managers of reformatories: relative to statistics of 1191. Pennsylvania, citizens of: against ratification of Spanish treaty

715, 1191. for increased appropriation for signal service on Nan

tucket 465.

for passage Mexican war pension bill 540, 2224.
Randall, Samuel W: to pension 620.
Washington (D. C.) Church Orphanage: for appropriation 715.
Women's National Indian Association: relative to treatment of

Indians 265.
Remarks by, on

Adjourning over 405.
Amendment of rules 984, 985, 1170, 1171.
Appropriation bills 1338.
Consular and diplomatic appropriation bill 638, 639, 643, 813.
Deficiency appropriation bill 2149, 2150.
Fortification appropriation bill 2316.
Grant, Ulysses $: retirement of 1760, 2565.
Holiday recess 284.
Military Academy appropriation bill 157, 158.
Navy appropriation bill 1913, 1914, 1915, 1918, 1919, 1920,

1969, 2043.
conference report on 2553, 2554, 2563.

Senate amendments to 2397–2401, 2402-2406.
Navy temporary appropriation bill 39, 333, 409, 410.

conference report on 401-404.
Pension appropriation bill 489, 490.
Personal explanation 663.
Post-Office appropriation bill 1602.
Public building bills 608, 663.
Special electoral messengers' pay 696.
Special rule: amendment of 1288, 1289, 1290.
Sundry civil appropriation bill 2211, 2212, 2214, 2251-9257.

conference report on 2545–2553, 2555-2559.
Thomas, Mrs. Frances L: increase of pension to 1661, 1667.
Reports made by, from
Commitlee of conference

Navy appropriation bill (bill H. R. 8239) 2553.
Navy temporary appropriation bill (bill H. R. 7510) 401.

Sundry civil appropriation bill (bill H. R. 8256) 2545, 2564.
Committee on Appropriations
Navy additional appropriation bill (bill H. R. 7874; REPORT

2191) 553, 741.

Randall--Continued.
Reports made by, from
Committee on Appropriations
Navy appropriation bill (bill H. R. 8239) 2397.
Sundry civil appropriation bill (bill H. R. 8256; REPORT 2627)

2028.
Committee on Rules
Honr of meeting: resolution fixing at 11 o'clock a. m. adopted

1571.

Special rule: amendment of 1288. Votes of. See YEA AND NAY VOTES. Randall, Samuel W.

Petition for pension 620. Randle, William H.

Bill for relief (see bill H. R. 6836). Randolph, William F.

Bill to pension (see bill H. R. 7257). Rankin, Joseph (a Representative from Wisconsin)

Appointed on committee to attend opening of New Orleans Ex

position 261.

Leave of absence granted to 608. Petitions and papers presented by, from

Wisconsin, citizens of: for passage of Mexican war pension bill

913. Votes of. See YEA AND NAY VOTES. Ranney, Ambrose A. (a Representative from Massachusetts)

Attended 37. Petitions and papers presented by, from Massachusetts, citizens of: for passage Mexican war pension bill

228, 347, 504.

relative to metric system 388. Thomas G. Stevenson Post, G. A. R:

for publication of photographic illustrations in Records of War of Rebellion 174. Votes of. See YEA AND NAY VOTES. Ransom, Caroline L.

Petition for sale of portrait of General Thomas 845.
Ransom, Matt W. (a Senator from North Carolina)

Attended 1.
Appointed conferee on Army appropriation bill 1737, 2125.
Appointed conferee on Indian appropriation bill 1791, 2395.
Appointed on committee on inauguration ceremonies 1548.

Presented credentials of Zebulon B. Vance 1828.
Motions and resolutions offered by

Adjourn: to 1794, 1796.

Adjourn over: to 187.
Remarks by, on

Holiday recess 390.
Votes of. See YEA AND NAY VOTES.
Rathbun, E. W., and Co.

Bill for relief (see bill H. R. 6087).
Rawdon, Margaret F.

Petition relative to claim against Venezuela 845. Rawlings, Margaret (heirs of)

Petition relative to claim of 388. Rawlins, Mary V.

Bill for relief (see bill H. R. 4959). Ray, Eliza J.

Bill for relief (see bill H. R. 6201).
Ray, Ellen

Bill for relief (see bill H. R. 7712).
Ray, George W. (a Representative from New York)

Attended 8.
Amendments offered by, to

River and harbor appropriation bill 1856. Bills and joint resolutions introduced by

Volunteers: to amend act for muster and pay of (see bill H. R.

7934) 632 Petitions and papers presented by, from New York, citizens of: for passage Mexican war pension bill 299,

324, 383, 646, 939, 994, 1050, 1705. for suppression of Mormonism 1511.

Ray-Continued.
New York, citizens of: relative to bankrupt bill 645.

to increase widows' pensions 994. Remarks by, on

Crook, William H: relief of 1844.

River and harbor appropriation bill 1856.
Votes of. See YEA AND NAY VOTES.
Ray, Louisa J.

Papers withdrawn from files of House 2563.
Ray, Ossian (a Representative from New Hampshire)

Attended 8.
Appointed on committee to attend opening of New Orleans Ex-

position 261.
Bills and joint resolutions introduced by

Bean, Martin D: to pension (see bill H. R. 8083) 1007.
Carr, Mary L: to pension (see bill H. R. 7671) 133.
Chadbourne, Adeline E: to pension (see bill H. R. 7673) 133.
Clark, George W: to increase pension (see bill H. R. 7723) 252.
Cole, Jane E: to pension (see bill H. R. 7670) 132.
Hewitt, Elbert to increase pension (see bill H. R. 7672) 133.
Parker, Almira K: to pension (see bill H. R. 7722) 252.
Piper, Sewall W: for relief (see bill H. R. 8081) 1007.
Stearns, Lena J: to pension (see bill H. R. 8082) 1007.

Wetherbee, Lydia: to pension (see bill H. R. 7724) 252.
Petitions and papers presented by, from

Butler, Louise: to increase pension 645.
John Sedgwick Post, G. A. Ř: for purchaşe of portrait of General

Thomas 1704.
New Hampshire, citizens of: for passage Mexican war pension

bill 324, 388, 621, 646, 742, 792, 1314, 1448, 1613.
for pension to Adeline Gray 994.
for pension to G. H. Glidden 388.
for ratification of Mexican treaty 645.
to increase pension of George W. Clark 876.
to pension Mary L. Carr 32.

to remove charge of desertion from Sewell W. Piper 792. Piper, Sewall W: claim of 1050.

Reeves, John: claim of 2436.
Remarks by, on

Davis, William H: relief of 770.
Hewitt, Elbert: increase of pension to 1118.
Leach, Nancy B: arrears of pension to 1983, 1984, 1985.
Martin, C., and C. Stover: relief of 1356, 1357, 1358.

Parker, Olive W: pension to 1111.
Reports made by, from
Committee on Claims

Armstrong, Edward S. (REPORT 2649) 2571.
Duane, James C. (REPORT 2605) 1845.
Floyd, Rachael J. (REPORT 2355) 963.
Hall, David, et al. (REPORT 2421) 1055,
Holt County (Nebraska) Bank (REPORT 2420) 1055.
Trentlen, John R. (REPORT 2422) 1055.

Utah expedition claims (bill H. R. 8283; REPORT 2650) 2571.
Committee on Invalid Pensions

Chadbourne, Adeline E. (REPORT 2284) 765.
Clark, George W. (bill H. R. 8033; REPORT 2342) 963.
Flaherty, Margaret (REPORT 2529) 1656.
Furlong, Patrick (REPORT 2530) 1656.
Gill, Amelia J. (REPORT 2687) 2572.
Hawley, George S. (REPORT 2442) 1090.
Hewitt, Elbert (REPORT 2341) 963.
Lowell, Benjamin P. (REPORT 2504) 1353.
Marden, Ebenezer K. (REPORT 2286) 765.
Martin, Cynthia, and Catherine Stover (REPORT 2505) 1353.
Parker, Almira K. (REPORT 2340) 963.
Randall, Elizabeth A. (REPORT 2343) 963.
Sampson, Sarah S. (bilì H. R. 7969; REPORT 2285) 765.
Stearns, Lina J. (REPORT 2528) 1656.
Sweeney, John (REPORT 2287) 765.
Tibbs, Manuel (REPORT 2416) 1055.
Turner, Isabella (REPORT 2531) 1656.

Weatherbee, Lydia (REPORT 2415) 1055.
Votes of. See YEA AND NAY VOTES.
Ray, William S.

Bill to pension (see bill H. R. 7374).
Raymond, Alonzo

Bill to pension (see bill S. 2114).

Raymond, John B. (a Delegate from Dakota)

Receipts and Expenditures
Appointed on committee to attend opening of New Orleans Ex Annual report for 1880 (H. R. Ex. Doc. 203) 1353.

position 261.
Leave of absence granted to 1959.

Recess. See ADJOURNMENT. Bills and joint resolutions introduced by

Reciprocity Treaties. See TREATIES. Citizens' National Bank of Grand Forks, Dak: to change name Record. See CONGRESSIONAL RECORD.

(see bill H. R. 7959) 633.
Coe, Samuel B: to pension (see bills H. R. 8022, 8172)834, 1165. Records of Rebellion. See WAR OF THE REBELLION.
Dakota: to amend act granting land for insane asylum in (see
bill H. R. 8024) 834.

Red Cross Society
to create additional land district in (see bill H. R. 7960) Joint resolution to loan tents to (see S. Res. 122).
633.

Report of third international conference (S. Ex. Doc. 59) 1192, to increase jurisdiction of circuit courts in (see bill H.

1386. R. 8113) 1008.

Concurrent resolution to print report of third international conto increase jurisdiction of probate courts in (see bill H.

vention of, passed Senate 2279. R. 8173) 1165.

Concurrent resolution to print history of, passed Senate and reDakota and Washington: to amend act providing for additional ferred in House 2132, 2301, 2530. associate justices in (see bill H. R. 8023) 834.

Petition to print additional copies of history of 846. Sanborn County Agricultural Society: granting certain lands to Red River

(see bill H. Ř. 8114) 1008. Petitions and papers presented by, from

Bill to create commission on improvement of (see bill H. R.

7714). Dakota, citizens of: for opening part of Sioux reservation for Report of engineers on survey of (H. R. Ex. Doc. 75) 620. settlement 1447.

Resolutions of Grand Forks Chamber of Commerce relative to for passage Mexican war pension bill 465, 1448, 2326.

improvement of 539. to increase widows' pensions 1016. Dakota Legislature: for division of Dakota 1845.

Red River of the North for passage Mexican war pension bill 1845.

Petitions for improvement of 691, 913. Grand Forks Chamber of Commerce: for passage Red Lake reservation bill 1016.

Redd, Thomas S. Ray's Expedition. See Point BARROW EXPEDITION.

Petition for relief 1070. Read, John B.

Reed, John B. Joint resolution to adjudicate claim (see S. R. 67).

Petition referred to Court of Claims (H. R. REPORT 2643) 2247. Joint resolution to adjudicate claim (see H. Res. 170).

Reed, Julia A. Reader, Azzur W.

Petition referred to Court of Clạims (H. R. REPORT 2643) 2247. Bill to pension (see bill H. R. 3466). Reader, Mary G.

Reed, Thomas B. (a Representative from Maine) Bill for relief (see bill H. R. 6851).

Attended 8.

Appointed on committee to wait on President 2567. Reading, Pennsylvania

Appointed teller 1222, 1611, 2146. Bill to erect public building at (see bill H. R. 1321).

Amendments offered by, to Reading, William

River and harbor appropriation bill 1922. Petition referred to Court of Claiu13 (H. R. REPORT 2643) 2247. Bills and joint resolutions introduced by Reagan, John H. (a Representative from Texas)

Merrill, John H: for relief (see bill H. R. 7531) 56. Attended 8.

Portland, Me: to improve harbor of 876. Appointed teller 261, 296, 320, 365, 376, 408, 531, 553, 1865.

Records of War of Rebellion: to print (see H. Res. 333) 1845. Leave of absence granted to 1821.

Motions and resolutions offered by Amendments offered by, to

Adjourn: to 1860. River and harbor appropriation bill 1865.

Gun-foundry board: to print report of 595.

Rules: for amendment relative to action on amendments 964. Motions and resolutions offered by

Thomas, W. W: that Senate be requested to return bill for relief Adjourn: to 30, 32, 66, 133, 174, 203, 299, 324, 535, 539.

1056. Cattle traffic: inquiry relative to 1751.

Petitions and papers presented by, from Petitions and papers presented by, from

Maine, citizens of: for light-house at Orr's Island 876. Illinois, citizens of Chicago, and others: relative to inspection of

for passage Mexican war pension bill 204, 228, 299, 621, live-stock 1191.

716, 876, 1191, 1364, 2060. Wood, J. Taylor: to remove political disabilities 1612.

to increase widows' pensions 465. Remarks by, on

employés at Kittery navy-yard: for pay for time lost by Correction of Journal 1496, 1497, 1498, 1499.

failure of passage of appropriation bill 2060. Inaugural ceremonies 2407.

Remarks by, on Indian appropriation bill 928.

Agnel, Emily: relief 973. Interstate commerce 28-31, 237-294, 296, 317, 333, 335, 337, 364, Amendment of rules 985, 986. 369-371, 376, 397, 406, 409, 521, 523, 526-533, 552, 553.

Committee on Rivers and Harbors 1293. Post-Office appropriation bill 1588.

Consular and diplomatic appropriation bill 817, ** River and harbor appropriation bill 1067-1069, 1225, 1267, 1268, Correction of Journal 1498, 1499. · 1308, 1309, 1405.

Correction of Record 427. Thomas, Mrs. Frances L: increase of pension to 1667.

Deficiency appropriation bill 2148. Wright, Lot: investigation of charges against 21, 23.

Fortification appropriation bill 2308, 2317, 2322. Reports made by, from

Interstate-commerce bill 317, 333, 338, 340, 311 Committee on Commerce

Legislative, executive, and judicial appropr.. Range and ranch cattle traffic: resolution of inquiry relative to,

ence report on 2421, 2422, 2423. adopted 1798.

Limiting debate 1604, 1605, 1606, 1607.

Mexican war pensions 457. Votes of. See YEA AND NAY VOTES.

Navy appropriation bill 2041. Reagan, Margaret

Question of privilege 1023. Bill for relief (see bill H. R. 6807).

Revenue bills: power to originate 1062.

River and harbor appropriation bill 1123, 1240, 127., Real Estate

1825, 1921, 1922, 2110. Bill to prevent acquisition by aliens of (see bill S. 2154),

Special rule: amendment of 1288, 1290.
Bills in relation to evidence to quiet titles to (see bills S. 2644; Sundry civil appropriation bill 2213, 2252, 2255, 2250,
H. R. 7765, 7893)

Wright, Lot: investigation of charge against 11, 23.

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