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Internal improvements, lands to the States for purposes of. (See

bill S. 279.)
amendment to bill s. 1

279
yeas and nays

281
amendment to bill S. 28

606
yeas and nays

610
International copyright law, petition of Washington Irving and
others

535
International controversies, amicable adjustment of, petitions--
citizens of Alton, New Hampshire

108
New York

181
Clarke and Fayette counties, Kentucky

149
New Jersey

181, 431
Pennsylvania

181
Guilford, Illinois

191
Stockbridge, Massachusetts

210
Milford, New Hampshire

404
Clarke and Jackson counties, Georgia

431
West Carlisle, Ohio

466
Interposition for the oppressed of other nations, petition of Pat-
rick Donehue in behalf of citizens of New York

170
Intervention or interference. (See Non-intervention.)
resolution by Mr. Walker

71, 80, 106
petition of citizens of Pittsburg

222
memorial of the Industrial Congress of New
York

79
petition of Margaret Shaelds and Mary
McDermit

216
(See joint resolution, S. R. 13.)
petition of citizens of New York

111
resolutions of the legislature of New Jersey 167
petition of citizens of Trenton, New Jersey 115

Sharon, Pennsylvania 191
Iowa

210
petition of Patrick Donehue

170
citizens of Cincinnati

237
petition of J. C. Phillips and others

321
Intervention in behalf of the people of Hungary-
petition of citizens of New York

111
Iowa

210

Trenton, New Jersey 115
Invalid pensions. (See Pensions.)
Inventors, memorial, relative to the Patent Office building 126, 458
Inventors and Patentees, committee of, memorial, amendment
of the patent laws

109
Ionia land office, lowa, late and present officers of, petitition

466
committee discharged

185
Iowa legislature, resolutions-

declaring its unyielding devotion to the constitution
and laws

63
land for the Burlington and Fort Des Moines railroad 185, 244
committee discharged

501, 501

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Iowa legislature, resolution-
pension claim of Silas Messenger

274
Iowa, mail routes in, establishment of-
petition of citizens of Iowa

227, 242, 390, 454, 471
Iowa militia claim, documents relative to, referred

13)
letters of the Secretary of War and Adjutant General
relative to, ordered to be printed

13:
Iowa, additional land districts in. (See bill S. 478.)
Iowa railroad convention, memorials, land for railroads from

Dubuque to Keokuk, and from Davenport to
the Missouri river at or near Coucil Bluffs, 81, 93, 105

committee discharged
Iowa, right of way and land to, for a railroad. (See bill S. 1.)
Iowa county, Wisconsin, citizens of, petition, establishment of a
mail route

330
Iowa, proceedings of a convention of citizens of, held at Ottum-
wa, relative to the Burlington and Missouri river railroad 200
committee discharged

501
Iowa city, convention of the people of Iowa held at, memorial,

land for the Dubuque and Keokuk and the Daven-

port and Council Bluffs railroads
proceedings of a meeting of citizens of Johnson county

held at, land for the Dubuque and Keokuk and the
Davenport and Council Bluffs railroads,

242
Iowa, United States district court for, bill to regulate the terms

of. (See bill S. 242.)
Iowa, relinquishment to the State of, the lands reserved for salt

springs in. (See bill S. 55.)
Iowa, proceedings of a meeting of citizens of, held in Bremer
county, in favor of a land office at Cedar Falls

231
Iowa, citizens of, petitions-

land for a railroad from Burlington to the
Missouri river

117, 137, 236, 242
committee discharged

131, 501, 501
intervention in behalf of Hungary

210
land for the Dubuque and Keokuk and Dar.
enport and Council Bluffs railroads

219
establishment of mail routes, 227, 242, 390, 454, 471
in favor of the homestead bill

499
Yowa, Wisconsin and Minnesota, report of D. D. Owen on the

geology of, resolution to print by Mr. Dodge of

Iowa,

distribution of
Ireland, establishment of a line of mail steamers between the
United States and

(See bill S. 127.)
memorial of Ambrose W. Thompson

P. Dickerson and others
John D. Jennings and others
William McCormick and others
E. S. Charch and others

committee discharged

85, 88, 151

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Ireland, John, heirs of, petition referred

81
Irish and American steamship company, contract with, petition
of E. S. Church and others

373
Irish patriots in exile, sympathy of Congress for Smith O'Brien

and others. (See joint resolution S. 2.)
liberation of, proceedings of a public meeting at Detroit
in favor of intercession for

157
proceedings of the corporate authorities of New York, 251, 258
Iron region of lake Superior, resolution by Mr. Felch to print

additional copies of Foster and Whitneys' report.
Iron, twelve months time to railroad companies to pay duties
on, resolution by Mr. Jones of Tennessee

287
Iron, increase of duties on-
memorial of citizens of Schuylkill county, Pa.

223
Norristown, Pa.

283
Bridgeton, N.J.

251
Pennsylvania

272, 458
Montgomery county, Pa.
resolution of the legislature of New Jersey,

257
Irving, Washington, and J. Fennimore Cooper and others, peti-
tion, international copyright law

535
Irwin, Jane, memorial referred

38
additional documents

76
report (No. 56) and bill, (see bill S. 171.)

162
Islands belonging to the United States, survey and sale of. (See

bill S. 368.)
Italian Mutual Benevolent Society of New Orleans, petition

60
committee discharged and again referred

71
reported adversely and committee discharged

178
motion to reconsider ordered to lie on the table

178

257, 283

J.

429

431

141

56
225

Jacks on, United States, revenue cutter, officers of, memorial
Jacks on county, Ga., citizens of, petition, amicable adjustment

of international controversies
Jackson county, Fla., assistant marshals for taking census in,

petition
Jackson, John, and others, petition

report (No. 89) and bill, (see bill S. 240)
Jackson, John, heirs of. (See bill H. R. 95.)
Jackson, John W. W., petition

adverse report (No. 213)

report agreed to
Jackson, Edward J., documents
Jackson, Charles S., memorial

report (No. 40)
Jackson land office, Miss., late and present officers of, petition
Jacksonville, III., citizens of, petition, homestead bill -
Jacoby. (See Berenhart, Jacoby & Co.)

74
391
492
545

83
138

92
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326, 339

James, Hon. Charles T., attended

3
credentials of, presented and oath administered,

5
resolutions submitted by, viz :
increase of the salary of the United States

district judge for Rhode Island
committee to examine into the frauds practised
against the revenue laws

671, 678
yeas and nays

678
James, sr., Edwin, memorial referred

98
James Mitchell, ship. (See George Hervey.)
Janesville and Fond du Lac railroad. (See bill S. 13.)

petition of citizens of Wisconsin 256, 257, 311, 382, 382
committee discharged

501, 501, 501
Janion. (See Starkey, Janion & Co.)
Japan, empire of, information in relation to-
resolution by Mr. Gwin

248
message of the President

344
Japan, object of the naval expedition to, resolution by Mr. Bor-
land

322, 326, 339
yeas and nays
Japan, colonial dependencies of, letter of Aaron H. Palmer

51
report (No. 21) and comniittee discharged

113
Japan sea. (See China seas.)
Jarero, José Maria, memorial

64
committee discharged and again referred

252
Jasper county, Iowa, citizens of, petition in behalf of Mesheck
and William Dearinger

137
Java sea, survey of. (See China seas.)
Jefferson, John R., memorial referred

271, 413, 529
report (No. 306) and bill, (see bill S. 196)

550
Jefferson, John R., and James H. Jenkins, memorial

513, 529
Jefferson county, Ohio, citizens of, memorial in favor of the hoine-
stead bill

4053
Jefferson county, Indiana, inhabitants of, petition against Sun-
day mails

156
Jefferson, Indiana, common council of, resolution in relation to
the Louisville and Portland canal

219
Jeffries, James, and J. M. Smith, petition

37
additional documents

96,379
(See bill S. 514.)
Jemison, Robert, and Benjamin Williamson, petition referred

report (No. 51) and bill, (see bill S. 159)
Jenkins, James H. (See John R. Jefferson.)
Jennings, William K., , legal representatives of, William Bean,
petition,

157
Jennings, Aphia W.,

(See bill S. 277.)
Jennings, Thomas D., petition of George Jennings and others in

behalf of

report (No. 57) and bill, (see bill S. 172)
Jennings, George, and others, petition in behalf of Thomas D.
Jennings

140
report (No. 57) and bill, (see bill S. 172)

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Jennings. (See Roddy, Carter & Jennings.)
Jennings, John D., and others, petition, A. W. Thompson's line

of steamers to Ireland
Jenny Lind, Arkansas, citizens of, petition, establishment of a

mail route
Jernigan A., payment of volunteers commanded by, resolution

by Mr. Morton
Jersey City, New Jersey, transportation of the mails between

Galway, Ireland, and. (See Ireland.)
Jervey, Changuion P., and others, petition, register for the brig
Marthaette Morse

(See bill S. 546.)
Jo Daviess county, Illinois, inhabitants of, memorial against

Sunday mails
Johnson, James J., petition
Johnson, James, widow of. (See Maria C. G. Johnson.)
Johnson, Maria C. G., memorial
Johnson, John B., , petition referred
Johnson, Thomas, committee discharged
Johnson, Allen G., petition referred

report (No. 12) and bill, (see bill S. 93)
Johnson, Richard M., memorial

committee discharged and again referred
Johnson, Rinaldo, 1 legal representatives of, memorial referred
Johnson, Ann E., report (No. 183) and bill, (see bill S. 366)
Johnson, William T., and others, memorial, newspaper postage
Johnson, William, heirs of. (See Derrill H. Darby.)
Johnson, Walter R., leave to withdraw

(See Charles Reeder and others.)
Johnson, James D., petition

adverse report, (No. 131)

report agreed to
Johnson county, Iowa, proceedings of a meeting of citizens of,

held at Iowa City, land for the Dubuque and Keokuk and

Davenport and Council Bluffs railroads
Johnston, Z. F., petition

report (No. 154) and bill, (see bill S. 321).
Johnston, Joseph. (See bill H. R. 57.)
Johnson, Henry, memorial, machine for taking the yeas and nays
Johnson, Henry, executor of Philo B. Johnson, memorial
Johnson, Ovid F., and associates, memorial of, railroad, tele-

graph, and mail coaches to the Pacific
Johnson, Thomas S. J., petition

adverse report

leave to withdraw
Johnson, Philo B., executor of. (See Henry Johnson.)
Johnston, Robert, petition

committee discharged
Johonuot, William, administrator of, petition

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