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83. An act for the relief of Milton B. Cashing paymaster United States Navy.

84. An act to confirm the title of Benjamin E. Edwards, his heirs, assigns, or legal representatives, to a certain tract of land in the Territory of New Mexico.

85. An act for the relief of John Clinton, postmaster at Brownsville, Tennessee.

86. An act granting an increase of pension to Mattie McTaggart, widow of the late First Lieutenant McTaggart, Seventeenth United States Infantry.

87. An act granting a pension to James Newcomb.

88. An act granting a pension to Alfred Richardson, late of Company A, Twelfth Indiana Volunteers.

89. An act for the relief of Acting Master Robert Platt, United States Navy.

90. An act for the relief of Nannie Hall.

91. An act for the relief of John F. Sutherlin and Brother, of Parke County, Indiana.

92. An act for the relief of J. C. McBurney.

93. An act for the relief of Saint Michael's Church, Charleston, South Carolina.

94. An act for the relief of John C. Ray.
95. An act for the relief of the sureties of John McNellis.
96. An act for the relief of Gustav A. Hesselberger.
97. An act for the relief of Phæbe Henrietta Groesbeck.
98. An act for the relief of Dwight W. flakes.
99. An act for the relief of George R. Dennis, of Maryland.

100. An act to pay for clerical services and extraordinary expenses, under the seventh section of the act of August eighteenth, eighteen hundred and fifty-six, in the Pawnee land district in Kansas.

101. An act for the relief of James Johnson, late collector of the port of Savannah.

102. An act for the relief of F. W. Golladay.
103. An act for the relief of the heirs of William A. Graham.

104. An act to legalize certain patents issued to members of the Pottawatomie tribe of Indians.

105. An act for the relief of James McGregor.

106. An act for the relief of Nancy A. Herrick, of Rochester, New York.

107. An act for the relief of John I. Thomas. 108. An act for the relief of Mrs. Emina A. Porch, of Centretowa, Missouri.

109. An act for the relief of Samuel R. Atwell, late postmaster at Winchester, Virginia.

110. An act for the relief of David W. Cheeseman, of Lake City, ia Lake County, in the State of Oregon.

111. An act for the relief of C. H. Walker, postmaster at Frostburg. in Alleghany County Maryland.

112. An act for the relief of William McIndoe, postmaster at Lonacouing, in Alleghany County, Maryland.

113. An act for the relief of Mrs. Amanda Raines, of Illinois.
114. An act for the relief of Andrew J. Worth.
115. An act for the relief of Joseph F. Wilson.

116. An act for the relief of Daniel Compton, of Troy, Bradford County, Pennsylvania.

117. An act for the relief of Jacob G. Croman, of Dickinson, Cumberland County, Pennsylvania.

118. An act granting a pension to Mrs. Ellen B. Foster, widow of Edwin R. Foster, deceased, late first lieutenant of Company G, in the Eightieth Illinois Infantry Volunteers.

119. An act granting a pension to James B. Gillespie, late captain Company I, One hundred and twentieth Regiment Illinois Infantry Vol. unteers.

120. An act granting a pension to Jane D. Cotten.

121. An act granting a pension to Mary Martin, mother by adoption of James R. Martin, late a private in the Fifth Regiment Vermont Volunteers.

122. An act granting a pension to George Silvers, private Company E, Fifty-seventh Regiment United States Volunteers.

123. An act for the relief of Daniel Small, a soldier of the war in eighteen hundred and twelve.

124. An act to restore the name of Hamilton Ryne to the pension. rolls.

125. An act granting a pension to George R. Whitehead.

126. An act for the relief of Oliver Yake, of Sanilac County, Michigan,

127. An act granting a pension to Daniel W. Martin, a private in Company A, Fifty-seventh Regiment Ohio Volunteers.

128. An act granting a pension to Margaret Kenah, widow of Patrick Kenah, late a private of Company D, First United States Artillery.

129. An act granting a pension to Charles G. Galezio. 130. An act granting a pension to Julia J. Wheeler. 131. An act granting a pension to Philip Henry. 132. An act granting a pension to Mrs. Sarah A. Bell. 133. An act granting a pension to Elizabeth Winters. 134. An act granting a pension to Cynthia A. Mizelle. 135. An act grauting a pension to Mary I. Lebow. 136. An act granting a pension to James G. Williams. 137. An act granting a pension to William Cogswell. 138. An act granting a pension to Jonathan Roberts. 139. An act granting a pension to James C. Bates. 140. An act granting a pension to Mrs. Isabell Dunbar, widow of Daniel Dunbar, late first engineer on steamer 6 Victor, No. 2.”

141. An act making appropriations for the payment of claims reported allowed by the Commissioners of Claims under the act of Congress of March third, eighteen hundred and seventy-one.

142. An act for the relief of William H. Merritt. 143. An act to remove the political disabilities of William C. Wbittle, of Virginia.

144. An act to remove the political disabilities of W. E. Evans, a citizen of Louisiana.

145. an act to remove the political disabilities of Albert Miller Lea, of Navarro County, Texas.

146. An act to relieve the political disabilities of Jobn Green, senior, of Alabama.

147. An act for the relief of Henry Plowman. 148. An act to remove the political disabilities of Thomas L. Moore, of the State of Virginia.

149. An act to remove the political disabilities of John T. Mason, of Maryland.

150. An act for the relief of William T. Malster, of Baltimore, Mary. land.

151. An act granting a pension to John Langland, late private of Company B, First Michigan Sharpshooters.

152. An act granting a pension to Charles H. Bugbee, late a private in Company A, Third Vermont Volunteers.

153. An act granting a pension to Agatha O'Brien, widow of John P. J. O'Brien, brevet major United States Army.

154. An act to remove the charge of desertion from the military record of Alfred Rouland.

155. An act for the relief of Thomas A. Nicholson.

156. An act to remove the political disabilities of Robert T. Chapman, of Wharton County, Texas.

157. An act granting a pension to James O. Downer. 158. An act granting a pension to Caroline M. Egbert.

159. An act for the relief of John F. Andrews, postmaster at Wash ington, Georgia.

160. An act for the relief of John E. Williamson. 161. An act for the relief of John Eaton.

162. An act for the relief of Alexander Anderson, late first lieuten ant Fourteenth New York Volunteer Cavalry.

163. An act for the relief of T. B. Kelly. 164. An act for the relief of Carl Jussen.

163. An act to place the name of Daniel H. Kelly upon the muster roll of Company F, Second Tennessee Infantry.

166. An act for the relief of William W. Speirs, late assistant surgeon United States Army.

167. An act for the relief of Amos B. Ferguson.

168. An act granting a pension to Dr. P. F. Reuss, late surgeon Seventh New York Volunteers.

169. An act for the relief of J. H. Duncan, postmaster at Elberton, Georgia.

170. An act granting a pension to John Charles Black.
171. An act granting a pension to Dary McAdams.
172. An act granting a pension to William Emerson.
173. An act granting a pension to John G. Merritt.

174. An act for the relief of William Bowlin, late of Company L, Second Arkansas Cavalry.

175. An act for the relief of John M. Lord. 176. An act granting an increase of pension to Theodore Gardner.

177. An act granting a pension to Mary Kirby Smith Eaton during her widowhood.

178. An act granting a pension to Mary Emma Baptist and Daisy Baptist, minor child.

179. An act granting a pension to Mary Ann McFarland.
180. Au act granting a pension to Emily Hughes, alias Burch.
181. An act granting a pension to Sarah McCooey.
182. An act granting a pension to Grace Aikins.
183. An act granting a pension to William Loudon.
184. An act granting a pension to James Shields.

185. An act to confirm the title to the northeast quarter of the northwest quarter of section seven, township eighty-one north, range four east of the fifth principal meridian, Clinton County, Iowa.

186. An act authorizing the Secretary of the Treasury to pay Mary Fearon and Jessie Crossin, executrices of Samuel P. Fearon, deceased, for certain registered United States bonds redeemed by the government on forged assignments and power of attorney.

187. An act for the relief of Hanson Harmon. 188. An act granting a pension to Anna Koeninger, widow of Louis Koeninger, late private Second Indiana Battery.

189. An act granting a pension to Oliver H. Irons, late sergeant Company D, Twenty-third Michigan Volunteers.

190. An act to restore the name of Jesse Stallings, of Butler County, Alabama, to the pension-list.

191. An act for the relief of Peter G. Mills, bis beirs and assigos. 192. An act granting a pension to Sarah J. Goss.

193. An act granting a pension to Ezra O. Nye, Company K, Nineteenth Michigan Volunteers.

194. An act granting a pension to John S. Hall, of West Virginia. 195. An act for the relief of John W. Skiles.

196. An act for the removal of the political disabilities of H. A. Ed. mundson, of Slaem, Virginia.

197. An act to remove the political disabilities of William P. Smith. 198. An act to remove the political disabilities of William W. Loring.

199. An act to relieve the political disabilities of E. Kirby Smith, of Tennessee.

200. An act to remove the political disabilities of A. D. Wharton, of the State of Tennessee.

201. An act granting a pension to Ben Alsop.
202. An act granting a pension to William H. Nims.

203. An act restoring the name of Marcellus Wilson, of the Regiment of Mounted Riflemen, in the Mexican war, to the pension-roll.

204. An act for the relief of H. H. Lemon, member of the Capitol police force, for injuries received while in the discharge of his duties in the year eighteen hundred and seveuty.

205. An act for the relief of H. G. Boardman, postmaster at Milton, Vermont.

206. An act granting a pension to Charles Slawson. 207. An act granting a pension to Daniel Clary. 208. An act for the relief of William P. Hazard. 209. An act to grant a pension to Thomas W. Hewitt. 210. An act to amend an act granting a pension to Ann Heusley, approved March 3, 1873. 211. An act for the relief of Robert C. Walker.

212. An act granting a pension to William H. Deery, Company G, Second Pennsylvania Volunteers, Mexican war.

213. An act granting additional pension to Mrs. Margaret J. Lovell, widow of the late General Charles S. Lovell.

214. An act for the relief of Murpby and Good, of Indianapolis, Indiana.

215. An act to reimburse Richard Joseph for money paid on forged vouchers.

216. An act for the relief of E. B. Head, postmaster at Harrodsburgh, Kentucky.

217. An act to remove the political disabilities of Washington Gwathmay, of Alabama.

218. An act to remove the political disabilities of Larkin Smith, of Georgia.

219. An act granting a pension to Levi J. Friel, late private Company K, Seventy-seventh Regiment Ohio Volunteer Infantry.

220. An act granting a pension to Catharine Harris.

221. An act for the relief of Horace E. Mallan. 222. An act granting a pension to August Mellon.

223. An act authorizing a settlement of the claim of the estate of the late Rear-Admiral John A. Dahlgren.

224. An act for the removal of the political disabilities of William A. Carswell, of Georgia.

225. An act for the relief of George H. Giddings.

226. An act to authorize Spencer F. Baird, assistant secretary of the Smithsonian Institution, to receive from the King of Sweden a diploma and medal, constituting him a member of the Norwegian Order of Saint Olaf, the same being a literary and scientific organization.

227. An act granting a pension to Mary McNamara.

228. An act for the relief of the families of the men who perished on the United States dredge-boat McAlister.

229. An act granting a pension to Aaron H. Miller. 230. An act granting a pension to George Denney.

PUBLIC RESOLUTIONS.

1. Joint resolution in relation to the International Industrial Exposition to be held at Paris in eigbteen hundred and seventy-eight.

2. Joint resolution relative to reservoirs to promote the navigation of the Mississippi River.

3. Joint resolution fixing the date on which the payment of the twenty-one clerks to committees of the House of Representatives, who are paid during the session only, shall begin.

4. Joint resolution authorizing payment of employees of the House of Representatives their salaries for time served by them during the present session of Congress without having taken the oath prescribed by law.

5. Joint resolution filling an existing vacancy in the board of Regents of the Smithsonian Institution.

6. Joint resolution accepting a painting tendered to Congress by Mrs. Elizabeth Thompson.

7. Joint resolution extending the thanks of Congress to Henry M. Stanley.

8. Joint resolution authorizing the printing and distribution of the memorial addresses on the life and character of the late Edward Young Parsons, a Representative from the State of Kentucky.

9. Joint resolution declaring that a reduction of the tax on distilled spirits is inexpedient.

10. Joint resolution providing for issuing arms and ammunition to the Territory of Idaho under the act approved July third, eighteen bundred and seventy-six.

11. Joint resolution to authorize the Secretary of War to issue certain arms to the Washington Light Infantry of Charleston, South Carolina.

12. Joint resolution filling an existing vacancy in the Board of Re gents of the Smithsonian Institution.

13. Joint resolution to prescribe the time for the payment of the tar on distilled spirits, and for other purposes.

14. Joint resolution making an appropriation for filling up, draining, and placing in good sanitary condition the grounds south of the Capitol along the line of the old canal, and for other purposes.

15. Joint resolution providing for a place of deposit for the records and proceedings of the commission appointed under the act entitled "An act to provide for and regulate the counting of votes for Presi dent and Vice-President, and the decisions of questions arising thereon,

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