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H. R. 1024

H. R. 1235—
Granting a pension to Charles D. Duncan.

Granting a pension to Annie E. Bailey. .
Reported back adversely (S. REPORT 1267) and indefinitely postponed 1614. Reported back (H. R. REPORT 2338) 973.-Passed House 967, 979.-Referred
H. R. 1046–

to Senate Committee on Pensions 982.--Reported back (S. REPORT 1509)

2226.- Passed Senate 2476.-Examined and signed 2493, 2568.-Approved
Granting a pension to Mary A. Griffith.

by President 2569.
Reported back (S. REPORT 1368) 1930. —Passed Senate 2078. —Examined and H. R. 1238
signed 2133, 2156.- Approved by President 2409.

For the relief of Francis Hammond.
H. R. 1057—

Reported back 1803.
Granting an increase of pension to Francis Traynor.

H. R. 1256-
Reported back adversely (H. R. REPORT 2560) and laid on table 1803.
1. R. 1070—

Increasing the pension of Ben Morgan.

Reported back (S. REPORT 974) 560.- Passed Senate 1370.-Examined and
To amend section 5 of an act approved February 21, 1879, entitled signed 1442, 1485.--- Approved by President 1814.
“An act to fix the pay of letter-carriers."

H. R. 1265—
H. R. 8250 reported as substitute 1822.

For the relief of Barrington Behymer.
H. R. 1072–

Rejected 1035, 1104.
For the relief of Robert Tillson and Maitland Boon.

H. R. 1266--
Withdrawn 2222

For the relief of Alexander D. Schenck.
H. R, 1084-

Passed House 584,595.-Referred to Senate Committee on Claims 647.-Ref-
Granting a pension to Dorathea Bothner.

erence changed to Committee on Military Affairs 717.-Reported back
Reported back (S. REPORT 1168) 1315.-Passed Senate 1374.-Examined and

(S. REPORT 1439) 2175.--Passed Senate 2294.-Examined and signed 2342,
signed 1442, 1485.--Approved by President 1814.

2402.--Approved by President 2569.
H. R. 1085-

H. R. 1321-
For the relief of Joseph M. Cumming, Hamilton J. Miller, and

For the erection of a public building at Reading, Pa.
William McRoberts.

Passed House 1961.-Referred to Senate Committee on Public Buildings

and Grounds 1987.-Reported back 2225.-Passed Senate 2290.-Examined
Reported back with amendments (H. R. REPORT 2177) 314.

and signed 2324, 2327, 2568.--Approved by President 2569.
H. R. 1089-

H. R. 1327–
For the relief of the heirs of the late Solomon Spitzer.

For the relief of J. H. Hammond.
Reported back (H. R. REPORT 2678) 2572.

Reported back (S. REPORT 1244) 1547.--Passed Senate 2476.-Examined and
H. R. 1091-

signed 2493, 2568.-Approved by President 2569.
Granting an increase of pension to Sophia A. Morgan, widow of the H. R. 1339—

late Charles H. Morgan, a brevet brigadier-general in the United To increase the appropriation for the erection of the public building
States Army.

at Pittsburgh, Pa.
Reported back with amendments (H. R. REPORT 2410) 1053.-Amended and Debated and passed House 464, 1165-1169.-Referred to Senate Committee
passed House 1115, 1119.-Referred to Senate Committee on Pensions

on Public Buildings and Grounds 1192.-Reported back and passed Sen-
1192.-Reported back adversely (S. REPORT 1295) 1772.-Passed Senate

ate 1448.--Examined and signed 1495, 1500.--Approved by President 1814.
2242.-Examined and signed 2323, 2327, 2569.-Approved by President 2569.

H. R. 1347-
H. R. 1096–
Granting a pension to Mary Abbott, widow of William Abbott.

For the relief of Capt. Nicholas J. Bigley.
Reference changed to Committee on Invalid Pensions 314.-Reported back

Debated 586-594,595, 1104.
adversely (H. R. REPORT 2215) and laid on table 579.

H. R. 1377–
H. R. 1127-
Granting a pension to Anson B, Sams.

For the relief of John Leathers.
Reported back adversely (S. REPORT 1422) and indefinitely postponed

Reported back with amendments (H. R. REPORT 2363) 964
2061. -Placed on Calendar 2283.

H. R. 1389–
H. R. 1132–

For the relief of Myron E. Dunlap.
To place J. Washington Brank on the muster-roll of Company - Reported back (S. REPORT 954) 467.

Second North Carolina Mounted Infantry.
Reported back (s. Report 1284) 1772.–Passed Senate 2240.—Examined and H. R. 1397–
signed 2324, 2327, 2568.-Approved by President 2569.

Granting a pension to Albert O. Laufman, late second lieutenant of
H. R. 1140—

Company A, Sixty-third Regiment Pennsylvania Volunteers,
For the relief of Elizabeth Fleming, Frances E. Robinson, and Mary Reported back adversely (S. REPORT 1080) and indefinitely postponed 1017.

and Margaret Johnston.
H. R. 8176 reported as substitute 1264.

H. R. 1401–
H. R. 1142-

To amend section 1556 of the Revised Statutes, giving longevity pay
Granting a pension to Nelly Roberts.

to certain officers of the Navy.
Reported back adversely (S. REPORT 944) and indefinitely postponed 647.-

Passed Senate 2384, 2482.--Examined and signed 2500, 2569.-Approved by
Keported back (S. REPORT 1524) 2279.-Passed Senate 2478.-Examined

President 2569.
and signed 2500, 2569.-
Approved by President 2569.

B. R. 1434
H. R. 1164-

To remove the charge of desertion from the military record of John
To restore to the pension-roll the name of Elenor Stough.

W. Gummo.
Reported back (S. REPORT 1257) 1613.-

Passed Senate 2073.-Examined and H. R. 8257 reported as substitute 2033.
signed 2126, 2147.--Approved by President 2409.

H. R. 1457
H. R. 1171-
Granting a pension to Isabel Campbell.

To establish a department of agriculture.
Reported back (S. REPORT 1082) 1017.-
Passed Senate 1373.-Examined and

Debated and

psssed House 262-265.-Referred to Senate Committee on Ag
signed 1442, 1485.- Approved by President 1814.

riculture 273.-Motion to reconsider 298, 304, 331.-Referred to Senato

Committee on Agriculture and Forestry 347.-Reported back with
H. R. 1194–

amendment 1366.
For the relief of the estate of Joseph Cooper, deceased.

H. R. 1466–
Referred to Court of Claims 2247.

For the relief of the heirs of Thomas Black.
H. R. 1198-

Reported back with amendment (H. R. REPORT 2677) 2572.
For the relief of John Taylor & Son.
Passed Senate 2458, 2475.-Examined and signed 2193, 2568.- Approved by

H. R. 1477-
President 2569.

To pay Hiram Johnson and other persons herein named the several
H. R. 1219-

sums of money herein specified, being the surplus of a military as-
Granting a pension to Charles Hendrix.

sessment paid by them and accounted for to the United States in
Passed House 383, 388.-Referred to Senate Committee on Pensions 411.-Re-

excess of the amount required for the indemnity for which it
ported back (S. REPORT 1412) 2061.-Passed Senate 2080.--Examined and

was levied and collected.
signed 2181, 2208.- Approved by President 2409.

Consideration in House objected to 767, 1001.

E. R. 1502-

H. R. 1725-
*Granting a pension to William Robinson.

For the relief of Vidal Hernandez.
Reported back (S. REPORT 1223) 1477.-Passed Senate 2072.-Examined and Reported back (H. R. REPORT 2424) 1055,
signed 2126, 2147.--Approved by President 2409.

H. R. 1735–
8. R. 1504–

To refund to Denton & Sage, of Chicago, Ill., the sum of $1,549.67,
For the relief of Millia Staples.

duties paid on sixty hogsheads of sugar.
Reported back (S. REPORT 1015) 744.- Passed Senate 1371.--Examined and
signed 1142, 1485.-Approved by President 1814.

Consideration in House objected to 59.
H. R. 1565—

H. R. 1737—
To authorize the appcintment of a commission by the President of

For the relief of settlers and purchasers of lands on the public do-
the United States to run and mark the boundary lines between

main in the States of Nebraska and Kansas.
a portion of the Indian Territory and the State of Texas, in con-

Consideration in House objected to 1900, 2560.
nection with a similar commission to be appointed by the State H. R. 1739—
of Texas.

For the relief of Patrick Cook.
Debated, amended, and passed Senate 852, 853.-House concurs in Senate
amendments 921.-Examined and signed 933, 942.-Approved by Presi-

Passed House 1096, 1104.-

Reconsidered 1106.
dent 1172.

H. R. 1759-
E. R. 1566–

Granting a pension to Robert Patterson.
For the relief of 0. L. Cochran, late postmaster at Houston, Tex., Passed House 786,790.--Referred to Senate Committee on Pensions 799.-
reimbursing him for money erroneously collected from him by

Reported back (S. REPORT 1333) 1829. ---Passed Senate 2077.-Examined
the Post-Office Department.

and signed 2133, 2156.--Approved by President 2409.
Passed House 584, 595.-Referred to Senate Committee on Claims 647.-

H. R. 1771–
Reference changed to Committee on Post-Offices and Post-Roads 682 Granting a pension to William C. Meredith, guardian of Matilda
Reported back 914. Passed Senate 2244.-Examined and signed 2324,
2327, 2568.- Approved by President 2569.

Freeman.
8. R. 1567-

Reported back adversely (H. R. REPORT 2353) and laid on table 963.
For the relief of the legal representatives of the late Capt. John G.

H. R. 1775.-
Tod, of the Texas navy.

For the relief of Edmond Williams.
Reference changed to Senate Committee on Claims 467.-Reported back (S.

H. R. 8257 reported as substitute 2032.
REPORT 958) 505. ---Passed Senate 2241.--Examined and signed 2324, 2327, H. R. 1782-

2567.--Approved by President 2569.
8. R. 1587–

To authorize the Secretary of War to relinquish and turn over to the

Interior Department certain parts of the Camp Douglas military
Granting a pension to Mrs. Elizabeth A. Randall, widow of Capt.

reservation, in the Territory of Utah.
Fernando Randall.

Considered in Committee of Whole 583,594 (see bill S. 478).
Reported back (H. R. REPORT 2343) 963.-Amended and passed House 970,

979.-Referred to Senate Committeo on Pensions 982.--Reported back H. R. 1785–
(S. REPORT 1530) 2279.-Passed Senate 2479.-Examined and signed 2500,
2568.--Approved by President 2569.

For the relief of William Bowen.

Laid on table in House 638.
H. R. 1595—
**For the relief of Mary Ann King, mother of Andrew King, deceased.

H. R. 1787–
} Reported back (H. R. REPORT 2684) 2572.

To carry into effect the recommendation of the

board of admirals con-

vened under the joint resolution approved February 5, 1879, in
H. R. 1615-

the case of Commander Henry Glass, United States Navy.
For the relief of the heirs of the late Langley B. Culley.

Reported back adversely and laid on table 580.
Passed Senate 2476.—Examined and signed 2497, 2554, 2569.- Approved by H. R. 1788–

President 2569.
H. R. 1618-

To carry into effect the recommendation of the board of admirals

convened under the joint resolution approved February 5, 1879,
To provide for the construction of a court-house and post-office at in the case of Commander James H. Sands, United States Navy.
Clarksburg, W. Va.

Reported back adversely and laid on table 580.
Passed House 1963.—Referred to Senate Committee on Public Buildings

and Grounds 1987.- Reported back 2225.–Passed Senate 2290.-Examined H. R. 1789—
and signed 2324, 2327, 2568.-Approved by President

2569.

To carry into effect the recommendation of the board of admirals
E. R. 1624-

convened under the joint resolution approved February 5, 1879,
For the relief of William G. Windom.

in the case of Commander Charles D. Sigsbee, United States
H. R. 8257 reported as substitute 2033.

Navy.

Reported back adversely and laid on table 580.
H. R. 1638–

H. R. 1808
For the relief of Isaac R. Moulton.

To detach certain counties from the United States judicial district of
H. R. 8257 reported as substitute 2033.

California and create the United States judicial district of South-
H. R. 1639—

ern California.
For the relief of Pierre Pernot.

Amended

and passed House 668.-Referred to Senate Committee on Judi-
H. R. 8257 reported as substitute 2033.

ciary 693.
E. R. 1653–

H. R. 1813–
Granting a pension to John R. Hurlburt.

Granting an increase of pension to Ann Cornelia Lanman.
Passed House 380, 387.-Referred to Senate Committee on Pensions 411.-

Reported back adversely

(S. REPORT 1007) 744.-Passed Senate 2244.--Exam-
Reported back (S. REPORT 1435) 2061.- Passed Senate 2081.--Examined

ined and signed 2323, 2327.--Approved' by President 2569.
and signed 2184, 2208.-Approved by President 2409.

H. R. 1824—
E. R. 1672--

For the relief of the legal representatives of Solomon Cohen, of Sa-
For the relief of William Franklin Grounds.

vannah, Ga.
Debated in House 1097-1103.

Reported back adversely (H. R. REPORT 2125) and laid on table 1055.
H. R. 1710-

H. R. 1836-
Granting a pension to George W. Bean.

For the relief of Elizabeth Moyal.
Reported back (H. R. REPORT 2527) 1656.-Passed House 1977, 1986.-

Re-

Reported back adversely (S. REPORT 1107) and indefinitely postponed 1072.
ferred to Senate Committee on Pensions 2006-Reported back (S. REPORT H, R. 1841-
1477) 2226.-Passed Senate 2475.-Examined and signed 2497, 2555.-Ap-
proved by President 2569.

Granting a pension to Sarah C. Thomas.
H. R. 1711-

Laid on table 378, 388.
Granting pensions to Frederick Nelson, T. Caine, and Henry c. H. R. 1852—
Sanders.

To regulate appointments and promotions in the staff of the Marino
Reported back (S. REPORT 1207) 1477.—Passed Senate 2071.--Examined and

Corps.
signed 2126, 2147.-Approved by President 2409.

Consideration in House objected to 2530.

H. R. 1856-

H. R. 2002-
Granting a pension to Caroline Higgerson.

For the relief of Mrs. Jennie E. Johnson.
Passed House 1962, 1364.-— Rcferred to Senate Committee on Pensions 1380. Amended and passed House 787,791.-Referred to Senate Committee on
E. R. 1862—

Pensions 798.-Reported back (S. REPORT 1155) 1815.-Passed Senate

1374.-Examined and signed 1442, 1485.- Approved by President 1814.
For the increase of the pension of James Buchanan.

H. R. 2005-
Reported back adversely and indefinitely postponed 2225.

Granting a pension to Samuel P. Glenn.
H. R. 1866-

Reference changed to House Committee on Pensions 579.
Granting a pension to Calvin L. Knick.

H. R. 2009–
Reported back (S. L'EPORT 1459) 2225.–Passed Senate 2474.-Examined and
signed 2197, 2555.-Approved by President 2569.

Granting a pension to W. A. Hayes.
E. R. 1867—

Reported back adversely (H. R. REPORT 2354) and laid on table 963.
To provide for the exercise of the jurisdiction conferred upon the

H. R. 2047–
United States in places out of their territory and dominion, and

To provide for the sale of certain New York Indian lands in Kansas.
to repeal the Revised Statutes from section 4083 to section 4130,

Consideration in House objected to 1298, 1573.
inclusive.

H. R. 2068–
Reported back (H. R. REPORT 2250) 609.

Granting a pension to James H. Reid.
H. R. 1870

Reported back with amendments (H. R. REPORT 2483) 1263.- Amended and
Granting an increase of pension to William Earnest.

passed House 1661, 1663.-Referred to Senate Committee on Pensions

1713.-Reported back (S. REPORT 1357) 1930.-Passed Senate 2077.-Ex-
Reported back adversely (HI. R. REPORT 2600) and laid on table 1804.

amined and signed 2133, 2156.-Approved by President 2409.
H. R. 1871–

H. R. 2073—
To increase the pension of Sophia Beeler.

To restore to the pension-roll the name of Charles R. White.
Reported back adversely (H. R. REPORT 2598) and laid on table 1804.

Reported back adversely (H. R. REPORT 2460) and laid on table 1263.
H. R. 1872-

H. R. 2080-
Granting pensions to the minor heirs of John S. Oviatt.

Granting pension to L. V. Hollyfield.
Reported back adversely (H. R. REPORT 2597) and laid on table 1804.

Reported back adversely (H. R. REPORT 2335) and laid on table 963.
H. R. 1873—

H. R. 2085-
For the relief of Edward Kraemer.

Granting a pension to Joseph McIntosh.
Reported back (H. R. REPORT 2594) 1804.- Passed IIouse 1978, 1986.-Re Reported back (S. REPORT 1490) 2226.-Passed Senate 2478.--Examined and
ferred to Senate Committee on Pensions 2006.--Reported back (S. REPORT

signed 2493, 2568.-Approved by President 2569.
155-1) 2290.--Passed Senate 2480.-Examined and signed 2500, 2568.-Ap-
proved by President 2369.

B. R. 2086-
H. R. 1898–

Granting a pension to George W. Manning.
Granting a pension to Harriet Armstrong.

Reported back adversely (H. R. REPORT 2328) and laid on table 963.
Reported back with amendments (H. R. REPORT 2265) 765.-Amended and H. R. 2088—
passed House 977, 979.-Referred to Senate Committee on Pensions 982.
Reported back (S. REPORT 1417) 2061.- Passed Senate 2080.--Examined Granting a pension to Samuel P. Harding.
and signed 2184, 2208.- Approved by President 2409.

Reported back adversely (H. R. REPORT 2333) and laid on table 963.
B. R. 1901-

H. R. 2095—
For the relief of Harrison Mitchell, late of Company K, Forty-eighth Granting a pension to Alexander Kirk.
Indiana Volunteers.

Reported back adversely (H. R. REPORT 2329) and laid on table 963.
Amended and passed House 1359, 1361. ---Referred to Senate Committee on 1. R. 2100–

Pensions 1350.-Reported back (S. REPORT 1471) 2226.-Passed Senate

2477.-Examined and signed 2493, 2568.- Approved by President 2569. Granting a pension to Mary Allen.
H. R. 1924-

Reported back adversely (S. REPORT 1164) and indefinitely postponed 1315.-
Granting a pension to Thomas Simpson.

Placed on Calendar 1385, 2236.-Passed Senate 2474.

— Examined and

signed 2497, 2567.-- Approved by President 2569.
Passed House 606, 607.-- Referred to Senate Committee on Pensions 646. H. R. 2123—

Reported back adversely (S. REPORT 1118) and indefinitely postponed 1073.
E. R. 1934-

For the erection of a public building at Wichita, Kans.

Debated, amended, and passed House 1800, 1801.-Referred to Senate Com-
Granting a pension to John C. Shacklett.

mittee on Public Buildings and Grounds 1791.-Reported back 2225.-

Passed Senate 2290.--Examined and signed 2324, 2327, 2568.- Approved by
Reported back adversely and indefinitely postponed 2061.

President 2569.
A. R. 1940–

H. R. 2136-
Granting a pension to Capt. Israel Stough.

Granting an increase of pension to Merlin C. Harris.
Passed House 225, 227.-Referred to Senate Committee on Pensions 238.-
Reported back adversely (S. REPORT 1309) and indefinitely. postponed

Recommitted in Senate 231.-Reported back (S. REPORT 1263) 1613.-Passed

Senate 2073.-Examined and signed 2126, 2147.- Approved by President
1772.

2409.
8. R. 1974-

H. R. 2138—
For the relief of Francis M. McDonald.

Granting a pension to Martha Angell.
H. R. 8257 reported as substitute 2032.

Passed House 780, 790.-- Referred to Senate Committee on Pensions 799.-
H. R. 1981–

Reported back (S. REPORT 1219) 1477.- Passed Senate 2072.-Examined

and signed 2126, 2147.-Approved by President 2409.
For the relief of certain pensioners enrolled by special acts of Con-
gress.

H. R, 2140
Passed over in House 379, 380, 604, 606.-Debated 965-967.

For the relief of Hugh Dougherty.
E. R. 1982–

Reported back (S. REPORT 1179) 231, 1315.- Passed Senate 1377.-Examined

and signed 1442, 1485.-Approved by President 1814.
Granting a pension to Benjamin Jeffries.

H. R. 2142–
Passed House 978,979.-Referred to Senate Committee on Pensions 982.-
Reported back adversely (S. REPORT 1540) and indefinitely postponed

To provide for a commission on the subject of the alcoholic liquor

traffic.
H. R. 1984-

Reported back adversely (H. R. REPORT 2585) and laid on table 1804.
Granting a pension to Robert M. McKinlay.

H. R. 2149—
Reported back (S. REPORT 1225) 1477.--Passed Senate 2072.--Examined and

Authorizing the partition of certain land in Louisville, Ky., belong-
signed 2126, 2147.--Approved by President 2409.

ing jointly to John Echols and the Government of the United
H. R. 1999-

States.
For the relief of Thomas Brockett.

Reported back (H. R. REPORT 2375) 987.
Reported back adversely (H. R. REPORT 2227) and laid on table 579. H. R. 2154-
H. R. 2001-

For the benefit of the legal representatives of A. J. Guthrie, deceased.
For the relief of Charles S. Moore.

Passed House 584,595.-Referred to Senate Committee on Claims 647.-Re-

ported back (S. REPORT 1050) 877.--Passed Senate 2475.-Examined and
Reported back adversely (H. R. REPORT 2233) and laid on table 579.

signed 2497, 2567.--Approved by President 2569.

2279.

H. R. 2158

H. R. 2377-
For the benefit of John C. Herndon.

Granting a pension to James Stockton.
Passed House 767, 772, 1104.- Referred to Senate Committee on Claims Passed House 599, 607.-Referred to Senate Committee on Pensions 656.
1192.-

Passed Senate 2244.-Examined and signed 2342, 2402, 2568.-Ap Reported back adversely (S. REPORT 1126) 1193.-Passed Senate 2474.-
proved by President 2569.

Examined and signed 2497, 2555.- Approved by President 2569.
H. R. 2173—

H. R. 2397-
For the benefit of D. E. Dawning.

Granting an increase of pension to Laurinda G. Cummings.
Reported back (H. R. REPORT 2443) 1090.

Reported back adversely (H. R. REPORT 2552) 1803.
H. R. 2177–

H. R. 2398-
For the relief of John Sims.

Granting an increase of pension to Mrs. Ann W. Mulvey.
H. R. 8257 reported as substitute 2033.

Reported back with amendment (S. REPORT 1332) 1829. ---Debated and
H. R. 2185–

passed Senate 2076, 2077.-Examined and signed 2184, 2208.-Approved by

President 2409.
For the relief of Rosa Vertner Jeffrey and others.

H. R. 2399
Reported back (S. REPORT 956) 505.-Passed Senate 2243.-Examined and
signed 2294, 2318.- Approved by President 2569,

Granting a pension to Clarissa McKee.
H. R. 2187–

Reported back (S. REPORT 1038) 847.-Passed Senate 1372.-Examined and
signed 1442, 1485.-

Approved by President 1814.
For the relief of Marcus L. Broadwell.
Referred to Court of Claims 2248.

H. R. 2417-
H. R. 2189–

Granting an increase of pension to Mrs. Marie Louise Craven.
For the relief of the estate of Thomas V. Stirman, deceased.

Reported back adversely (H. R. REPORT 2479) and laid on table 1263.
Referred to Court of Claims 2248.

H. R. 2432-
H. R. 2191-

For the relief of Mrs. Jane Young.
For the relief of James S. Frizzell.

Reported back (S. REPORT 1086) 1017.-Passed Senate 1373.-Examined and

signed 1442, 1485.-Approved by President 1814.
Referred to Court of Claims 2248.

E. R. 2440.-
H. R. 2192—
For the relief of Isaac N. Webb.

Granting a pension to Usebus Sweet.

Reported back (S. REPORT 926) 348.--Passed Senate 420.-Examined and
Referred to Court of Claims 2248.

signed 430, 446.--Approved by President 638.
H. R. 2194-

H. R. 2443—
For the relief of Joseph B. McClintock.

To relieve John Driscoll, late of Company B, Second Battalion, Six-
Referred to Court of Claims 2248.

teenth United States Infantry, from charge of desertion.
E. R, 2204-

H. R. 8257 reported as substitute 2033.
To provide for the payment of the claim of Joseph R. Shannon.

H. R. 2448—
Consideration in House objected to 1093.
H. R. 2263—

Dedicating the military reservation at Plattsburg, N. Y., to the vil-

lage of Plattsburg for a public park.
For the relief of the State National Bank of Boston, Mass.
Debated, amended, and passed House 673-680.-Referred to Senate Com-

Reported back adversely (H. R. REPORT 2393) and laid on table 1054.
mittee on Claims 694.--Reported back (S. REPORT 1069) 981.- Passed Sen- H. R. 2453—

ate 2181.-Examined and signed 2500, 2568.--Approved' by President 2569.
H. R. 2268–

Granting a pension to Frank S. Marsh.
For the relief of John F. Severance.

Reported back (S. REPORT 1115) 1073.—Passed Senate 1373.-Examined and

signed 1442, 1485.- Approved by President 1814.
Passed House 585, 595.— Referred to Senate Committee on Post-Offices and H. R. 2457–

Post-Roads 647.--Reported back (S. REPORT 1101) 1051.-Passed Senate

2329.--Examined and signed 2342, 2403.- Approved by President 2569. Granting a pension to Richard Dillon.
H. R. 2282—

Reported back (S. REPORT 1531) 2279.–Passed Senate 2479.–Examined and
Granting a pension to Adolph Weach.

signed 2500, 2568.- Approved by President 2569.
Reported back (S. REPORT 1206) 1477.—Passed Senate 2071.-Examined and H. R. 2458
signed 2126, 2147.-Approved by President 2409.

Granting a pension to Margaret Corrigon.
H. R. 2284–

Reported back adversely (H. R. REPORT 2559) and laid on table 1803.
Granting a pension to Elizabeth Fowler.
Reported back (S. REPORT 1358) 1930.—Passed Senate 2078.-Examined and H. R. 2459–
signed 2133, 2156.--Approved by President 2409.

For the relief of Elizabeth Aurand.
H, R. 2325—

Reported back adversely (H. R. REPORT 2556) and laid on table 1803.
Granting a pension to Helen M. Harrison.
Reported back (S. REPORT 1281) 1614.-Passed Senate 2074.-Examined and

H. R. 2460—
signed 2126,2147.--Approved by President 2409.

For the relief of Catherine A. Teachout.
E. R. 2331-

Reported back adversely (H. R. REPORT 2561) and laid on table 1803.
For the relief of John L. Lake, jr.

H. R. 2461–
Consideration in House objected to 1262.

For the relief of Elizabeth Aurand.
H. R. 2339—

Reported back adversely (H. R. REPORT 2480) and laid on table 126€
To prevent undue contraction of the paper circulation, and for other H. R. 2470–

purposes.
Withdrawn 483.

For the relief of Col. James C. Duane, Corps of Engineers, brevet

brigadier-general, United States Army.
H. R. 2344-

Reported back (H. R. REPORT 2605) 1845.
For the relief of Melissa G. Polar.

H. R. 2475
Amended and passed Senate 35.-House concurs in Senate amendments

2050.--Examined and signed 2082, 2091.-Approved by President 2409. For the relief of the Continental Fire Insurance Company, the Eagle
H. R. 2348—

Fire Insurance Company, the City Fire Insurance Company, and
Granting a pension to John D. Rickards.

the Commercial Mutual Insurance Company, all of New York
Reported back (S. REPORT 1110) 1072.-Passed Senate 1373.-Examined and

city.
signed 1442, 1485.- Approved by President 1814

Laid on table and H. R. 7761 reported as substitute 315.
8. R. 2366-

H. R. 2480
To authorize and direct the Secretary of the Treasury to cause to be Granting a pension to Margaret Kearns.

examined certain vouchers of the State of Missouri for payments Reported back adversely (S. REPORT 1293) and indefinitely postponed 1772.
made since April 22, 1882, to officers and enlisted men of her
militia forces for services rendered io the United States in the H. R. 2483—
suppression of the rebellion, and to report to Congress.

For the relief of Thomas Thacher.
Reported back (!!. II. R.T220) 1951.

Consideration in House objected to 1902.

2569.

H. R. 2485-

H. R. 2686-
For the relief of Treadwell Seaman, jr.

To amend an act entled "An act to provide a building for the use of
Amended and passed House 377, 388.-Referred to Senate Committee on the United States circuit and district courts of the United States,
Pensions 411.-Reported back adversely (S. REPORT 1142) and indefi the post-office, and other Government offices at Williamsport,
nitely postponed 1193.

Pa.," and making an additional appropriation therefor.
H, R. 2520-

Consideration in House objected to 2434.
Granting a pension to Sally Ann Bradley.

H. R. 2692-
Reported back adversely (S. REPORT 1253) 1613.

Granting a pension to Sarah Kennedy.
E. R. 2522–

Reported back (H. R. REPORT 2289) 765.–Passed House 978,979.-Referred
to Senate Committee on Pensions 982.-

Reported back (8. REPORT 1137)
Granting a pension to John Q. Bellville.

1193.-Passed Senate 1373.-Examined and signed 1442, 1445.-Approved
Reported back adversely (S. REPORT 1281) and indefinitely postponed 1477.

by President 1814.
E. R. 2537

H, R. 2693–
Granting a pension to Hugh Ryan.

To regulate the manufacture and sale of intoxicating liquors in the
Reported back (S. REPORT 1366) 1930.-Passed Senate 2078.-Examined and

Territories, with a provision to submit the same to the voters
signed 2133, 2156.--Approved by President 2409.

thereof for ratification.
E, R. 2538

Reported back adversely (H. R. REPORT 2586) and laid on table 1804.

H. R, 2722-
Granting a pension to Christiana Eldermeier.
Amended and passed House 600, 607.-Referred to Senate Committee on

For the relief of Martha Turner.
Pensions 616.-Reported back (S. REPORT 1410) 2061.-Passed Senate Reported back (S. REPORT 1100) 1051.-Debated and passed Senate 2291,
2080.-Examined and signed 2184, 2208.-Approved by President 2409.

2292.-Examined and signed 2323, 2327, 2569.-Approved by President
H. R. 2539–
Granting a pension to George W. Kiser.

H. R. 2727–
Reported back (S. REPORT 1367) 1930.--Passed Senate 2078.-Examined and Directing the Quartermaster-General to settle with the McMinnville
signed 2133, 2156.--Approved by President 2409.

and Manchester Railroad Company, and for other purposes.
H. R. 2540-

Reported back with amendments (H. R. REPORT 2612) 1845.
Granting a pension to Priscilla J. Small.

H, R. 2728-
Amended and passed House 1112, 1119.-Referred to Senate Committee on
Pensions 1192.-Reported back (S. REPORT 1418) 2061.-Passed Senate

Detaching Grundy County, Tennessee, from the southern district of
2080.-Examined and signed 2184, 2208.-Approved by President 2409.

East Tennessee, and attaching it to the middle district of said
H. R. 2548

State.
To relieve Charles Doenhardt from the charge of desertion.

Reported back with amendments, amended, and passed Senate 301. -

House concurs in Senate amendments 376.--Examined and signed 390,
H. R. 8257 reported as substitute 2033.

408.--Approved by President 458.
H. R. 2550

H. R. 2731-
To prohibit the importation and migration of foreigners and aliens To remove the charge of desertion against John Davis, late of Com-

under contract or agreement to perform labor in the United pany E, Thirty-ninth Indiana Volunteers.
States, its Territories, and the District of Columbia.

H. R. 8257 reported as substitute 2033.
Debated 107, 1255, 1479, 1570, 1621–1636, 1712, 1728, 1751, 1777, 1778–1797, 1832- H. R. 2741–

1840.- Amended and passed Senate 1810.--House concurs in Senate
amendments 2032.--Examined and signed 2064, 2086.-Approved by Presi For the relief of the estate of Thomas Jones.
dent 2409.

Referred to Court of Claims 2247.
E. R. 2560_

H. R. 2799–
For the relief of David Hicks.

To authorize the construction of a bridge across the Mississippi River
Referred to Court of Claims 2248.

at Memphis, Tenn.
H. R. 2563-

Amended and passed House 762.-Referred to Senate Committee on Com-
For the relief of Susan R. Gassaway.

merce 792.-Reported back with amendments 1280.-

Amended and passed

Senate 1281.-House concurs in Senate amendments 1295, 1756.-Ex-
H. R. 8257 reported as substitute 2033.

amined and signed 1778, 1804.-Approved by President 2409.
B. R. 2576—

H, R. 2002-
To repeal section 840 of the Revised Statutes of the United States. To allow arrears of pension to certain invalid pensioners whose
Amended and passed House 669.-Referred to Senate Committee on Judi names were dropped from the pension-roll and by act of Con-
ciary 681.--Reported back with amendment (S. REPORT -) 847.

gress subsequently were restored.
H. R. 2595—

Reported back (H. R. REPORT 2382) 987, 1037.
To grant an increase of pension to Frederick Beno.

H. R. 2804-
Reported back (H. R. REPONT 2614) 1845.

For the relief of Cynthia Martin and Catharine Stover.
H. R. 26274

Reported back with amendment (H. R. REPORT 2505) 1353.-Debated,
Granting a pension to Noah Caton.

amended, and passed House 1356-1360, 1864.-Referred to Senate Com-
Reported back (S. REPORT 1409) 2061.---Passed Senate 2080.--Examined and

mittee on Pensions 1880.
signed 2184, 2208.--Approved by President 2409.

H. R. 2823—
H. R. 2635-

For the relief of William W. Armstrong.
Granting a pension to John H. Cook.

H. R. 8257 reported as substitute 2033.
Laid on table 219, 227.

H. R. 2825-
H, R. 2645
Granting a pension to Esther Hudson, mother of William H. Hud-

To provide for the purchase of the necessary land and erection thereon
son, deceased, late of Company G, Twenty-sixth Regiment Penn-

of a custom-house and post-office building in the city of El Paso,

in the State of Texas.
sylvania Volunteers, and Company E, One hundred and ninety-
first Regiment Pennsylvania Volunteers.

H. R. 8285 reported as substitute 2571.
Amended and passed House 597, 1660, 1663.-Referred to Senate Committee

H. R. 2834
on Pensions 1713.-Reported back (S. REPORT 1498) 2226.-Passed Senate
2478.-Examined and signed 2497, 2555.- Approved by President 2569.

To amend certain provisions of chapter 4, title 34, Revised Statutes,

relating to the movement of vessels and the landing of goods and
1. R. 2646–

personal effects.
Granting a pension to Eliza Warr, widow of Isaac Warr, late of Com-
pany F, One hundred and fourteenth Regiment Pennsylvania H. R. 2855_

Reported back with amendment (H. R. REPORT 2451) 1263.
Volunteers.
Amended and passed House 784, 791.-Referred to Senate Committee on

For the relief of the trustees of the Protestant Episcopal Seminary
Pensions 798.

and High School in Virginia.
H, R, 2670-

Referred to the Court of Claims 2247.
Granting a pension to Sarah A. Scott, widow of John D. Scott, de- H. R. 2872-
ceased, late first lieutenant of Company H, First Regiment Penn-

Granting a pension to Jacob Funkhouser.
sylvania Volunteer Cavalry.

Passed House 789,790.-Referred to Senate Committee on Pensions 799.-
Reported back (S. REPORT 1300) 1772.-Passed Senate 2074.-Examined and Reported back (S. REPORT 1559) 2343.-Passed Senate 2480.-Examined
signed 2126, 2147.-Approved by President 2409.

and signed 2499, 2568.-Approved by President 2569.

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