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Argument, final. Continued.
order that as many of managers as desire be permitted to file, or address Senate orally, the conclusion

of oral argument to be by one manager--[By Mr. Trumbull.]
offered.

.II-11
adopted, (yeas 28, nays 22)

.II_14
Argument on the case by
Manager Butler

I87
Mr. Curtis...

I-377, 390, 397
Manager Logan

.II-14
Manager Boutwell...

II-67, 84,99
Mr. Nelson..

II-118, 141
Mr. Groesbeck

II-189
Manager Stevens.

II-219
Manager Williams.

-.II-230, 249
Mr. Evarts

.UI-269, 284, 308, 336
Mr. Stanbery

.II-359, 360
Manager Bingham..

..II_389,447
Armstrong, William W. (See Testimony.)
Articles of impeachment exhibited by House of Representatives...

I-6
vote on. (See Question.)

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Bayard, James A., a senator from Delaware

I_11
remarks on the competency of the President pro tempore to sit as a member of the court..

III-372
order by
that no senator shall speak more than once, nor to exceed thirty minutes, during deliberations on
final question; offered and rejected, (yeas 16, nays 34)

II-218
remarks by

II-7, 218
Bingham, John A., of Ohio, a manager, chairman.

..1-4, 17
motions by

that upon filing replication the trial proceed forthwith ; offered and denied, (yeas 25, nays 26). ....1-25
to amend Rule XXI, so as to allow such of managers and counsel as desire to be heard to speak on
final'argument.

I-450
argument by-
on application of counsel for forty days to prepare answer..

1–20, 22
for thirty days to prepare for trial

I-69, 77, 78
on motion to fix day for trial to proceed.

I-32, 33
on right of managers to close debate on interlocutory questions..

I_77
on authority of Chief Justice to decide questions of evidence...

I-180, 181, 183
on motion in regard to rule limiting argument on final question...

...1-450, 534
on right of Counsel to renew examination of a witness recalled by court.

.1-524,525, 527
on admissibility
of Adjutant General Thomas's declarations to Mr. Burleigh, February 21, 1868

I-202, 206
to clerks of War Department.

.I_213
of President's letter to General Grant, unaccompanied with enclosures.

I-244
of appointment of Edmund Cooper, to be Assistant Secretary of the Treasury

I-262
of President's declarations to Adjutant General Thomas, February 21.

1-425
prior to March 9

1-430
of question, Whether General Sherman gave President an opinion, &c

I-498, 505, 506
of President's message to Senate, February 24

1-540, 541, 542, 543
final, on the case.

..II_389, 447
Blodgett, Foster. (See Testimony.)
Boutwell, George S., of Massachusetts, a manager.

.1-4,17
argument by
on application of counsel for thirty days to prepare for trial..

I-78
on authority of Chief Justice to decide questions of evidence

.1-181, 184
on admissibility-
of telegrams relating to the reconstruction of Alabama.

..1_274
of extracts from records of Navy Department.

I-567
final, on the case

II-67, 84, 99
remarks on the case of the removal of Timothy Pickering..

I-367
on motion relating to the number of speakers on final argument.

I-495
Brief of authorities upon the law of impeachable crimes and misdeneanorg-[By Hon. William Law-
rence, M. C., of Ohio] ...

I-123. III-355
Buckalew, Charles R., a senator from Pennsylvania..

.Q11
remarks on the competency of the President pro tempore to sit as a member of the court'... .III_383, 385
order by-
that the conclusion of the oral argument be by one manager, as provided in Rule XXI; offered and
agreed to...

II-12
prescribing form of final question ; offered..

II-478
that the views of Chief Justice on the form of putting final question be entered on the journal;
offered and agreed to..

.II_480
remarks by

I-451, 728, 740, 741. II-5, 12, 478, 480, 483, 489
opinion on the case

III-218
Burleigh, Walter A. (See Testimony.)
Butler, Benjamin F., of Massachusetts, a manager.

I-417
argument by-
on motion to fix a day for trial to proceed...

1.25
on motion relating to the number of speakers on final argument

IW496
on application of counsel for thirty days to prepare for trial..

.1-81
opening, on the case.
on authority of Chief Justice to decide questions of evidence

1-176, 177, 181, 184
on right of counsel to renew examination of a witness recalled by court

I-523
on admissibility
of Adjutant General Thomas's declarations to Mr. Burleigh, Feb. 21, 1868

Feb. 21, 1868.....1–187, 192, 193, 195 207
to clorks of War Departinent ..

.-212
of appointment of Edmund Cooper to be Assistant Secretary of Treasury ....1-259, 260, 263 264, 265

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Butler, Benjamin F., of Massachusetts, argument by, on admissibility--Continued.
of telegrams relating to the reconstruction of Alabama

..I_270, 271. 273, 275, 276
of Chronicle's report of President's speech in reply to Hon. Reverdy Johnson......I_286, 289, 297, 301
of Leader's report of President's speech at Cleveland...

1-322, 323, 324
of President's declarations to Adjutant General Thomas, Feb. 21...

1-420, 421, 492
prior to March 9, as to use of force ...

..J_-429, 430
of conversations between President and General Sherman, Jan. 14...I-_-462, 463, 465, 468, 469, 470, 471

472, 473, 475, 479
of question respecting Department of the Atlantic.

I-481, 482
of tender of War Office to General Sherman.

. _482, 483, 484
of President's purpose to get the question before the courts.

1-485, 486
of question, Whether General Sherman formed and gave President an opinion, &c. .... I-500, 501, 504
of affidavit and warrant of arrest of Lorenzo Thomas

I-510, 511, 512, 513, 514
of President's message to Senate, Feb. 24 ...

1-538, 539, 540, 541, 542, 543
of extracts from records of Navy Department

.1--561, 562, 563, 564, 565, 566
of employment of counsel by President to get up test case

I--597, 600, 604
of President's declarations to Mr, Perrin, Feb. 21

1625, 627
to Secretary Welles...

.I-667, 671
of advice to President by Cabinet touching constitutionality of tenure-of-office act. 1-676, 677, 678
touching construction of tenure-of-office act ...

I-694, 695
of cabinet consultations in regard to obtaining a judicial decision, &c.

1.698, 699
of papers in Mr. Blodgett's case..

1722, 723, 724, 725
remarks on application of counsel for adjournment

I-628, 629
on the Alta Vela letter

II-262, 267, 268, 281, 282, 284

Cameron, Simon, a senator from Pennsylvania.

I_11
order by-
that all the managers and counsel be permitted to file arguments by eleven o'clock, April 23;
offered and rejected....

II-12
order by-
that Senate hereafter hold night sessions from eight until eleven p. m.; offered

.II283
tabled, (yeas, 32; nays, 17)

.II-308
remarks by.. .1-184, 240, 266, 267, 370, 371, 632, 726. II–12, 268, 283, 469, 470, 473, 481, 452, 487, 491, 497
question by

..I_267
Cattell, Alexander G., a Senator from New Jersey

1.11
opinion on the case

III_178
Chandler, William E. (See Testimony.)
Chandler, Zachariah, a senator from Michigan

1-11
remarks by...

I-674. II-482, 483
Chew, Robert S. (See Testimony.)
Chief Justice, attendance of, requested as presiding officer in the trial

I-10
oath administered to

..11
casting vote given by

.I-185, 276
resolution denying authority of, to vote on any question during the trial-By Mr. Sumner.)
offered and rejected, (yeas, 22; nays, 26)

I-185
order denying privilege of, to rule questions of law-[By Mr. Drake.)
offered and rejected, (yeas, 20; nays, 30,)

I-186
order denying authority of, to give casting vote-[By Mr. Sumner.]
offered and rejected, (yeas, 21; nays, 27)

...I-187
order that the ruling of, upon all question of evidence, shall stand as the judgment of the Senate unless

a formal vote be asked, &c.--[By Mr. Henderson.]
offered ...

I-185
agreed to, (yeas, 31; nays, 19)

1-186
views of, on form of putting final question

II-480
appeals from decisions of ...

.II_488. UI-394
opinion of Mr. umner on the question, Can the presiding in the Senate, rule or vote?

III_281
Clarke, D. W. C. (See Testimony.)
Clephane, James O. (See Testimony.)
Cole, Cornelius, a senator from California

-.1-11
remarks by

I-508. II-479
Committee (in House) to communicate to Senate the action of the House directing an impeachment of
Andrew Johnson; ordered ..

-1-2
appointed

I-3
appear at bar of Senate
report to House....

I-3
(in House) to prepare articles of impeachment against Andrew Johnson; ordered.
appointed

1-3
report of

I3,6
(in Senate) to consider and report on the message of the House relating to the impeachment of Andrew

Johnson; ordered and appointed ...
report of

.1-5, 13
(in Senate) to request the attendance of the Chief Justice as presiding officer in the trial; ordered and
appointed

I-10
Competency. (See Evidence.)
Conkling, Roscoe, a senator from New York

Il
orders hy-
that Rule XXIII be amended by inserting “subject to operation of Kule VII."
offered and agreed to

I-18
that, unless otherwise ordered, trial proceed immediately after replication filed; offered

I_31
agreed to, (yeas, 40; nays, 10)...

1-33
that the Senate commence the trial 30th March instant; agreed to, (yeas, 28; naye, 24).

..1-85
prescribing form of final question; offered..

II-_-478
that Senate proceed to vote on remaining articles; rejected, (yeas, 26; naye, 28).

II-492
remarks by.
I--17. 18, 24, 31, 32, 33, 85, 179, 180, 208, 210, 236 246, 267, 277, 301, 324, 359, 370, 390, 450,

451, 452, 490, 497, 521, 537, 565, 673, 676, 699, 716
II-5, 6, 99, 188, 203, 280, 306, 322, 470, 471, 472, 474, 475, 476, 478,488, 489, 492, 493, 494
questions by...

I_246, 504

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Conness, John, a senator from California

.I_11
remarks on the competency of the President pro tempore to sit as a member of the court III-367, 395
orders by-
that Rule XXI be amended to allow as many of managers and counsel to speak on final argument

as choose, four days to each side, managers to open and close ; offered and rejected, (yeas, 19;
nay8, 27)..

I-535
that hereafter Senate meet at eleven a. m.; offered.

.I_631
adopted, (yeas, 29; nays, 14).

I_633
that such of managers and counsel as choose have leave to file arguments before April 24; offered
and disagreed to, (yeas, 24; nays, 25)

II-5
prescribing form of final question; offered.

II-478
remarks by .....I--36, 161, 185, 207, 246, 247, 268, 276, 298, 325, 367, 370, 371, 414, 162,507, 514, 519,532, 535, 589,

611, 612, 628, 631, 633, 666, 673, 679, 699, 706, 716
II-3, 4, 5, 6, 8, 10, 11, 83, 84, 413, 469, 470, 471, 472, 473, 474, 476, 478, 481, 483, 484, 488, 492, 493, 194, 498
question by

I-727
Conversations. (See Evidence; Testimony.)
Corbett, Henry W., a senator from Oregon

I_11
order by-
that two of counsel have privilege of filing written or making an oral address, &c.; amendment
offered.

.II-_7
withdrawn

..11-8
remarks by..

II-7,8,11
Counsel for respondent....

.I-18, 19, 34
Cox, Walter S. (See Testimony.)
Cragin, Aaron H., a senator froin New Hampshire.

I_11
remarks by..

„I673
Creecy, Charles E. (See Testimony.)
Curtis, Benjamin R., of Massachusetts, counsel.

1-19
motion by
for an allowance of three days to prepare proofs; offered.

.1-367, 369
granted

1—371
argument by-
on application for forty days to prepare answer

I-20
for time to prepare proofs

.I_367, 369
opening, for the defence.

1--377, 390, 397
on admissibility-
of Adjutant General Thomas's declarations to Mr. Burleigh February 21, 1868

I--198, 199
of President's letter to General Grant, unaccompanied with enclosures

.I-244
of telegrams relatiog to the reconstruction of Alabama.

.I_270, 271, 272
of President's message to Senate February 24

-537, 538
of extracts from records of Navy Department..

.I_562, 563, 564, 565, 566, 567, 568
of employment of counsel by President to get up test case.

I-602, 604
of President's declarations to Secretary Welles

.I669
of advice to President by cabinet touching coustitutionality of tenure-of-office act... 1-677, 678, 689, 692

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Davis, Garrett, å senator from Kentucky

.I-11
remarks on the competency of the President pro tempore to sit as a member of the court. III-363, 366
order by-
that a court of impeachment cannot be legally formed while senators from certain States are
excluded : offered and rejected, (yeas, 2; nays, 49)....

.I-36
remarks by

---35, 487,587,519,528. II-249, 282, 469, 482, 485
opinion on the case

III_156
Dear, Joseph A. (See Testimony.)
Declarations. (See Evidence ; Testimony.)
Dixon, James, a senator from Connecticut

I-11
remarks on the competency of the President pro tempore to sit as a member of the court....III--388, 389,

390, 391, 392, 393, 394, 395, 396
Documents. (See Evidence.)
Doolittle, James R., a senator from Wisconsin

I_34
order by-
that on final argument managers and counsel shall alternate, two and two; managers to open and
close : offered and indefinitely postponed, (yeas, 34; nay8, 15)

N-536
remarks...

.1-230, 276, 486, 489, 535, 436, 611, 632, 740, 741. II_9,487, 492, 493
opinion on the case.

.III-244
Drake, Charles D., a senator from Missouri
remarks on the competency of the President pro tempore to sit as a member of the court.. III-380, 389,

390, 393
orders by-
that respondent file answer on or before 20th March: agreed to, (yeas, 28; nays, 20).

I-35
reconsidered, (yeas, 27; nays, 23)....

I-35
that Chief Justice presiding has no privilege of ruling questions of law on the trial, but all such

questions should be submitted to Senate alone : offered and rojected, (yeas, 20; nays, 30).. I-186
that votes upon incidental questions shall be without a division, unless requested by one-fifth of
members present, or presiding officer: (amendment to Rule VII,) offered.

I230
agreed to...

1_277
that any senator shall have permission to file his written opinion at the time of giving his vote :
offered..

.II-476
rejected, (yeas, 12; nays, 38)...

II-477
that the fiteen minutes allowed by Rule XXIII shall be for the whole deliberation on final question,
and not to final question on each article : offered.

II_474
adopted...

JI478
remarks by ......1-33, 82, 175, 176, 179, 186, 207, 208, 209, 230, 247, 255, 276, 277, 278, 280, 298, 325, 336, 426, 480,

485, 489, 490, 491,506, 518, 519, 520, 529, 533, 535, 536, 545, 605, 634, 680, 693, 696

II-84, 188, 472, 474, 476, 477, 484, 487, 491, 497, 498
question by.

1_533

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Edmunds, George F., a senator from Vermont..

...I-17
orders by
that answer be filed April 1, replication three days thereafter, and the matter stand for trial April 6,
1868: offered...

..1-24
that when the doors shall be closed for deliberation upon final question, the official reporters shall
take down debates to be reported in proceedings : offered..

II-141
not indefinitely postponed, (yeas 20, nays 27).

.II_188
reau

.II-218, 471
tabled, (yeas 28, nays 20).

...II-474
that the standing order of the Senate, that it will proceed at twelve o'clock noon to-morrow to vote
on the articles, be rescinded-May 11, 1868:} offered..

II-482
agreed to.

...II-483
that the Senate now proceed to vote upon the articles, according to the rules of the Senate offered
May 16...

II-485
agreed to..

II_486
remarks by..

I-24, 85, 86, 208, 211, 277, 336, 390, 451, 519, 534, 537,566, 597, 680, 741

II-3, 10, 11, 12, 14, 141, 188, 218, 268, 471, 474, 475, 476, 479, 482, 483, 484, 485, 490, 493
questions by

I-566, 597
opinion on the case..

...III-82
Emory, William H. (See Testimony.)
Evarts, William M., of New York, counsel

I_19
motions by
that after replication filed, counsel be allowed reasonable time to prepare for trial: offered

I_83
for an adjournment in consequence of illness of Mr. Stanbery...

..I-533
argument by--
on application for thirty days to prepare for trial.

..I–68,71
on authority of Chief Justice to decide questions of evidence...

..I_184
on right of counsel to renew examination of a witness recalled by court.

.I-522, 524, 526
on admissibility-
of Adjutant General Thomas's declarations to Mr. Burleigh, February 21, 1868.

1-206, 207
to clerks of War Department..

I-212
of President's letter to General Grant, unaccompanied with enclosures

..I-244, 245
of appointment of Edmund Cooper to be Assistant Secretary of the Treasury

1_258, 263, 264
of telegrams relating to the reconstruction of Alabama.

I-270, 271, 272, 273
of Chronicle's report of President's speech in reply to Hon. Reverdy Johnson.. I-286, 288, 289
of Leader's report of President's speech at Cleveland...

1-322, 323, 324
of President's declarations to Adjutant General Thomas, February 21

I_424
prior to March 9......

1429, 430
of President's conversations with General Sherman, January 14.

.I_470, 475
of tender of War Office to General Sherman.

.I-482, 484
of question Whether General Sherman gave President an opinion, &c..

...1-501, 504, 506
of affidavit and warrant of arrest of Lorenzo Thomas.

1-510, 511, 514
of President's message to Senate, February 24.

I-538, 539, 542, 543
of extracts from records of Navy Department.

1-566, 568
of employment of counsel by President to get up test case..

I_598, 603
of President's declaration to Mr. Perrin...

.I-625, 626, 627
to Secretary Welles

1-668, 672, 673
of advice to President by his cabinet touching constitutionality of tenure-of-office act I-676, 678
touching construction of tenure-of-office act

1_694, 696
of cabinet consultations in regard to obtaining a judicial decision, &c

I-699
of papers in Mr. Blodgett's case...

1-722, 723, 724, 725
final, on the case

11–269, 284, 308, 336
remarks announcing illness of Mr. Stanbery.

I-533, 590, 716
on order in regard to limiting argument on final question..

.I-497, 534, II-7,9
on application for adjournment.

...I628, 629, 631
Evidence, question, Whether objections to, should be decided by Chief Justice, or, in first instance, sub-
mitted to Senate-! By Mr. Drake).

.1–175, 179
discussed by
Manager Butler

1—176, 177, 181, 184
Manager Bingham.

.I-180, 181, 183
Manager Boutwell

I-181, 184 :
Mr. Evarts

I-184
presiding officer may rule all questions of, which ruling shall stand as the judgment of the Senate,

unless a vote be asked, &c.; or he may, in first instance, submit such questions to Senate. (By

Mr. Henderson)-offered; 1–185: agreed to; (yeas 31, naye 19)
admissibility of
declarations of Adjutant General Thomas, February 21, as to the means by which he intended to:
obtain possession of War Department: (objected to by Mr. Stanbery)...

1—175, 188
discussed by
Manager Butler.

1-187, 192, 193, 195, 207
Mr. Stanbery

1-188, 192, 193, 195, 206, 207.
Mr. Curtis

I198, 199
Manager Bingham.

I--202, 206
Mr. Evarts..

I-206, 207
admitted; (yeas 39, nays 11)..

1309
declarations of Adjutant General Thomas to clerks of War Department, antecedent to his appoint-

ment as Secretary of War ad interim, as to his intention when he came in command: (objected
to by Mr. Evarts).

.I.212
discussed by-
Mr. Evarts.

I-212
Manager Butler

.I-212
Manager Bingham

.I_213
admitted; (yeas 28, nay: 22)

I_214
letter of President to General Grant, February 10, 1868, unaccompanied by other letters referred
to therein: (objected to by Mr. Stanbery)

1243

و 186س

Evidence, admissibility of

President's letter to General Grant-Continued.
discussed by
Mr. Stanbery

.I-244, 245
Manager Wilson

I-244, 246
Mr. Evarts.

I-244, 246
Manager Bingham.

1-244
Mr. Curtis

I-244
objection not sustained: (yeas 20, nays 29).

I.-247
appointment of Edmund Cooper, private secretary of President, as Assistant Secretary of
Treasury: (objected to by Mr. Evarts)

I-258
discussed by
Mr. Evarts..

1-258, 263, 264
Manager Butler

I-259, 260, 263, 264, 265
Mr. Stanbery

I--260, 261, 262, 264
Manager Bingham..

I-262
not received; (yeas 22, nay, 27)...

I_268
telegrams between President and Lewis E. Parsons, January 17, 1867, in relation to constitutional
amendment and reconstruction of Alabama: (objected to by Mr. Stanbery).

.I270
discussed by-
Manager Butler

.-270, 271, 272, 273, 275, 276
Mr. Evarts..

I-270, 271, 272, 273
Mr. Stanbery

..1-270
Mr. Curtis

I-270, 271, 272
Manager Boutwell

I-274
admitted ; (yeas 27, nays 17)

.I-276
Chronicle's report of President's speech, August 18, 1866, in reply to Hon. Reverdy Johnson :
(objected to by Mr. Evarts)..

I-286
diseussed by
Mr. Evarts

I_286, 288, 289
Manager Butler

I_286, 289, 297, 301
withdrawn.

I-301
Leader's report of President's speech at Cleveland, September 3, 1866: (objected to by Mr. Evarts).1--322
discussed by
Mr. Evarts.

1-322, 323, 324
Manager Butler

I-322, 323, 324
aďmitted ; (yea8 35, nays 11)..

1-325
declarations of President to Adjutant General Thomas, February 21, 1868

of Mr. Stanton, to show an absence of purpose to use force; (objected to by Manager Butler..I_-420
discussed by
Manager Butler

I-420, 421, 422
Mr. Stanbery

I-42L
Mr. Evarts...

I-424
Manager Bingbam.

I_425
admitted ; (yeas 42, nays 10,)

I-426
declarations of President to Adjutant General Thomas prior to 9th March, in respect to use of force
to get possession of the War Office; (objected to by Manager Butler)

I_429
discussed by
Manager Butler.

I-429, 430
Mr. Evarts..

1-429, 430
Manager Bingham..

I430
admitted

I-430
conversations between President and Lieutenant General Sherman, January 14, 1868, in regard to

removal of Mr. Stanton ; (objected to by Manager Butler)
discussed by
Mr. Stanbery

I-462, 463, 465, 468, 469, 471, 472
Manager Butler.

.I~ 462, 463, 465, 468, 469, 470, 471, 472, 473, 475, 479
Mr. Evarts.

...I-470, 475
Manager Wilson...

I_478, 479
pot admitted, (yeas 23, nays 28).

......I_481
question in regard to creation of department of the Atlantic; (objected to by Manager Butler)...I_481
discussed by--
Manager Butler

.I-481, 482
Mr. Stanbery.

I-481, 482
not admitted

I-482
tender to General Sherman of appointment as Secretary of War ad interim; (objected to by Man.
ager Butler).

I_482
discussed by
Manager Butler

I-482, 483
Mr. Evarts..

I-482
Mr. Stanbery.

I-482
admitted ..

I-483
question, Whether at the first offer of War Office to General Sherman anything further passed in
reference to the tender or acceptance of it; (objected to by Manager Butler)

I---484
discussed by
Manager Butler

.484
Mr. Evarts.

I_484
not admitted, (yeas 23, nays 29)

I485
President's declaration of purpose of getting Mr. Stanton's right to office before the courts; (objected
to by Manager Butler).

I-485
discussed by
Manager Butler

I-485, 486
Mr. Stapbery.

I-485
Mr. Evarts.

I-486
not admitted, (yeas 7, naye 44)

I-487
President's declaration of purpose in tendering General Sherman the appointment of Secretary of
War ad interim ; (objected to by Manager Bingham)..

I-488
pot admitted, (yeas 25, nays 27).

I-489

..1-462

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