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TO

THE CONGRESSIONAL GLOBE,

FOR THE

SECOND SESSION, THIRTY-SECOND CONGRESS:

CONTAINING

SPEECHES, IMPORTANT STATE PAPERS, LAWS, ETC.

BY JOHN C. RIVES.

NEW SERIES.....VOL. XXVII.

CITY OF WASHINGTON:

PRINTED AT THE OFFICE OF JOHN C. RIVES.

1853.

INDEX

Bayly, Thomas H., a Representative from Vir- || Brodhead, Richard—Continued.

Academy-see Yaval Academy.

ginia..................................54 | remarks on the call for information of the

Beale, Robert, late Sergeant-at-Arms, proposition

Adams, Mr., the opinions of............128, 129

amount of United States stocks held in Europe,

Adams, Stephen, a Senator from Mississippi..266, to continue salary to, and remarks thereon,

310, 311

271, 283, 293, 301, 303, 305

284, 296, 305 remarks on the proposition for extra compensa-

Bell, John, a Senator from Tennessee........169

resolutions by.............262, 301, 303, 307

tion to the Superintendent of Public Print-

remarks in regard to the homestead policy, on

remarks on the bill for erecting a railroad and

ing ..................................293

the Pacific railroad bill.................199

telegraphic line to the Pacific.......221, 224 remarks on the alleged frauds of Alexander

remarks on the proposition for pay and mileage

Bell, Hiram, a Representative from Ohio-

Ramsay, on the Sioux Indians .....296, 303

to Mr. Yulee................

.....281, 283 remarks in regard to the annexation of Cuba remarks on the call for information in regard to

remarks on the alleged frauds of Alexander

and Canada .....

.........58 the duties on iron......................304

Ramsay, on the Sioux Indians......297, 302

Benjamin, Judah P., a Senator from the State of remarks on the proposition in regard to report-

Louisiana.....

.........243

remarks on the proposition for a reading clerk

ing and publishing the debates..........315

Bonds, United States, held abroad, call for the

.....307, 308

to the Senate................

Brooke, Walter, a Senator from Mississippi-

amount of, &c.....................309, 310

Adjournments over, proposition for .....299, 321

remarks in regard to the Tehuantepec grant..165

remarks by Mr. Brodhead............310, 311 || Brown, Albert G., a Representative from Missis-

Adjournment sine die, proposition for....309, 323

remarks by Mr. Seward..................311

Agricultural interests, remarks concerning ....210

sippi-

Annexation-see Cuba.

Books, proposition against the future purchase and remarks on the tariff......................55

Appropriations, list of, for the session......375 distribution of.....................304, 306 Butler, Andrew P., a Senator from South Caro-

Army of the United States, the condition and oper-

remarks concerning the purchase of copies of lina........224, 284, 294, 300, 301, 317, 323

ations of the .........

Bartlett and Gray's report on the Mexican

...........5

remarks on the subject of a mail and a telegraphic

Arquillo, Santiago E., leave to withdraw the pa boundary.............................312 line to California and Oregon.......177, 221

pers of...............................284

Borland, Solon, a Senator from Arkansas... 247, remarks on the resolution relative to coloniza-

Assay offices in California, bill to establish.... 47

291, 295, 296, 299, 300, 302, tion in North America...95, 96, 97, 131, 132

Atchison, David R., a Senator from Missouri, ap-

304, 309, 315, 316, 317, 321 remarks in regard to the purchase of coal for the

pointed President pro tem. of the Senate...243

resolution by............................2

Japan expedition......................279

vote of thanks to ........................328

remarks in regard to the Tehuantepec grant..166 remarks concerning pay and mileage to Mr.

Atherton, Charles G., a Senator from New Hamp-

remarks on the proposition for per diem and Yulee................................281

mileage to Mr. Yulee, ...

remarks on the alleged frauds of Alexander

shire.................................243

cage w mr. I ulee..............281, 282

remarks on the report of the Committee on Ramsay, on the Sioux Indians. .298, 299, 303

B.

Frauds, Abuses, &c..............290, 291 remarks on the proposition for a reading clerk

Badger, George E., a Senator from North Caro remarks on the proposition for extra compen in the Senate .....

..........307, 308

lina.....

...243, 245, 271,

sation to the Superintendent of Public remarks concerning the printing of the report of

280, 284, 291, 292, 299, 300, 301, 304

Printing .........................

the explorations in New Mexico by Barılett

resolutions by..........................243, remarks on the proposition for the purchase of and Gray ........

..........313

257, 284, 292, 302, 307, 309, 314, 323 copies of Ringgold's charts, &c.....306, 318 remarks on the proposition for purchasing a
remarks on the resolution of Mr. Cass relative remarks concerning the printing of Bartlett and machine for voting ....... ...........321

to colonization in North America........176 Gray's report of the explorations of New remarks on the proposition for publishing the
personal explanation by..................246 Mexico..........................312, 314 debates in the Intelligencer.........324, 326
remarks on the proposition for pay and mileage remarks on the proposition for additional pay remarks concerning the Clayton-Bulwer treaty,
to Mr. Yulee..........................281 for publishing the debates..........315, 316

274, 275, 276
remarks on the proposition for extra compen-| remarks on the proposition for transacting Ex-

sation to the Superintendent of Public Print- || ecutive business with open doors....319, 320
ing..........................293, 294, 295 Boundary-see Mexican Boundary.

Cabell, Edward Carrington, a Representative from

remarks on the alleged frauds of Alexander Bounties, military land......

Florida-

Ramsay and others, on the Sioux tribe of In Bounty land act, the Mexican war...

remarks in regard to completing the fortifications
dians.......

..........302 Brooks, James, a Representative from New York, at Tortugas and Key West..............47
Barnett, Margaret, leave to withdraw the papers

69, 83, 192, 194 Calhoun, Mr., the opinions of...............96
of ...................................279 Bradbury, James W., a Senator from Maine Canada, remarks in the Senate in regard to the ac-

Barrere, Nelson, a Representative from Ohio...66 remarks on the bill to regulate the fees and costs quisition of............90, 97, 118, 156, 170

remarks concerning the Gardiner Claim and in the circuit and district courts of the United remarks in regard to see Colonization.

the prosecution of claims against the Govern States.......

...........207 || Canadas, remarks in the House of Representatives

ment, by members of Congress..........111 Bright, Jesse D., a Senator from Indiana....245, on the acquisition of, by Mr. Bell........58

Bartlett and Gray, proposition authorizing the

299, 300, 301, 311, 312, 313, 317, 322 Cape Fear river, Mr. Badger's defense in regard

purchase of copies of the explorations in New resolutions by......................321, 323 to the non-action of the Senate on a proposi.

Mexico, by.......................309, 312 remarks on the proposition to give pay and tion for an appropriation for the improvement

Bayard, James A., a Senator from Delaware, 284, mileage to Mr. Yulee .........280, 281, 283

of .......

.............246

. 305, 306, 307, 317 remarks on the proposition to give extra com remarks, by-

remarks on the proposition to give extra com pensation to the Superintendent of the Public Mr. Borland........................247

pensation to the Superintendent of Public | Printing ..............................295 Mr. Gwin..........................247

Printing..............................295 || Brodhead, Richard, a Senator from Pennsylvania,

Mr. Hamlin........................247

remarks on the proposition for the purchase of

257, 282, 305, 323, 330 || Capitol, concerning the extension of the, and the

copies of Ringgold's charts.........317, 318 resolutions by.......

reconstruction of the library.............12

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