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Resolution of the Chamber of Commerce of Pitts-
burgh against any change in the navigation laws
afford to, and ship-building
States Export Trade for encouragement to, and
against any cbange in the navigation laws that
will interfere with, and ship-building.....
in the navigation laws that will interfere with,
York. (See bill S. 683.)
continuing the investigations by the board
appointed to test iron, steel, and other metals.
appointed by the, for the appointment of a com.
Committee discharged and again referred..
Produce Exchange in relation to the export of.
tinuing the triangulations of the coast survey
in certain States ....
president of the, transmitting a statement of
of said company
(See bill H. R. 234.)
relative to the transportation of—(See bill S. 84.)
the District of Columbia. (See bill S. 1125.)
Resolutions submitted by, viz:
To inform the House that a quorum is assembled.....
the President and inform bim tbat a quorum of
each house is assembled .....
Resolutions submitted by-
the President and inforın him that Congress is
of Colonial Charters and Constitutions, referred 41,42
tion of Colonial Charters and Constitutions ... 42
.195, 213, 222, 392, 399
neer King on European ships of war
section of Massachusetts and Maryland avenues. 652
moval of certain bands of Ute and, to their res-
.. 62, 63, 79
Appalachian Mining Association, to incorporate the, of the Dis-
trict of Columbia. (See bill s. 1323.)
Authorizing Commissioners of District of Columbia
to prosecute cases and take, without giving
bond. (See bill H. R. 1716.)
priety of allowing defendants in criminal and
ecute, on writs of error to the Supreme Court..
States. (See bill S. 1092).
(See bill S. 854.)
(See bill H. R. 3344.)
Resolution by Mr. Windom to confine debate on
year ending June 30, 1878. (See bill H. R. 1526.)
ending June 30, 1879. (See bill H. K. 2507.)
for armament thereof for fiscal year ending June
30, 1879. (See bill H. R. 2686.)
enrnment for the year ending June 30, 1879, and
for other purposes. (See bill H. R. 3064.)
of the House of Representatives. (See bill H.
&c. (See bill H. R. 2507.)
1879. (See bill H. R. 3822.)
the Capitol. (See joint resolution H. R. 142.)
service of the goverument for tbe fiscal year end.
ing June 30, 1879. (See bill H, R. 3740.)
the year ending June 30, 1879. (See bill H. R.
public printing and binding for the current fis.
cal year. (See bill H. R. 4222.)
completion of certain public works on rivers
and harbors. (See bill H, R. 4236.)
dian Department, and for fulfilling treaty stipula.
For the service of the Post-Office Department for the
fiscal year ending June 30, 1879. (See bill H. R.
of the government for the fiscal year ending
H. R. 4104.)
ervation, repair, aud completion of certain pub-
March 3, 1875. (See bill S. 1262.)
ing June 30, 1879, and for other purposes. (See
bill H. R. 4867.)
on alleged Frauds in the late Presidential Elec-
tion. (See bill H. R. 5053.)
priations for the support of the Army, approved,
(See bill 8. 485.)
30, 1878, and prior years, and those beretofore
other purposes. (See bill H. R. 5117.)
mittees. (See joint resolution S. 38.)
cal year ending June 30, 1879. (See bill H. R.
United States in relation to—(See joint resolu-
tion S. 40.)
employés of the Senate and House of Repre-
sentatives. (See joint resolution H. R. 195.)
to pay certain clerks out of the contingent
fund. (See joint resolution H. R. 197.)
(See joint resolution S. 42.)
of, as a substitute for war in the settlement of
(See bill S. 1024.)
ests in Mexican land grants in that Territory...
furnished Indians in-(See bill s. 705.)
resolution S. 19.)
Petition of citizens of California for the appointment
of a commission to determine the titles to cer-
tain private land-claims in the Territory of.... 263
known as the “El Paso de los Algordones."
(See bill S. 1008.)
tbe construction of the Southern Pacific Rail.
rado river at Fort Yuma, California. (See bill
bill S. 1282.)
Stephen W. Dorsey, attended ....
Arkansas Cavalry Volunteers. (See bills S. 89,
(See bill 8. 1106.)
to entry as other public lands. (See bill H. R.
and settle the debt due the United States by
the State of—(See bill S. 116.)
(See bill S. 250.)
... 427, 428
the city of Fort Smith for educational parposes.
(See bill S. 129.)
the trustees of the, for the passage of a law to
the Mississippi, Missouri, and Red Rivers. (See
bill H. R. 2479 )
condition of the work of removing a bar in the,
Smith, Arkansas, for the removal of obstruc.