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De Visser and Villarubia, remarks in the Senate Il Gilmer, John A., a Representative from North || Houston, Sam, a Senator from Texas-Continuedo
on the bill for the relief of, by-Continued.

Carolina-

remarks on the bill for the relief of De Visser
Mr. Foster.

........................370 | remarks on the Kansas question.....282, 401 and Villarubia....................367, 369
Mr. Hamlin........

.......................364 remarks personal and explanatory....401, 456 incidental remarks..................411,413
Mr. Harlali.........

........3701 incidental remarks..................452, 453 Hughes, James, a Representative from Indiana---
Mr. Houston..... ......367, 369 | Gooch, Daniel W., a Representative from Mas remarks on the Kansas question..........323
Mr. Iverson.......
sachusetts-

incidental remarks...., 227, 254, 255, 319, 320
Mr. King....... .............368, 370 remarks on the Kansas question..........226 Hunter, Robert M. T., a Senator from Virginia --
Mr. Mallory...................364, 368 / Goode, William O., a Representative from Vir remarks on the loan bill........379, 383, 384,
Mr. Polk........
ginia-

385, 386, 387, 388, 389, 439,
Mr. Pugh.......
..............365 I remarks on the bill to establish an auxiliary

440, 441, 445, 446, 447, 451
Mr. Simmons..........365, 366,367,3701 guard in the District of Columbia.......342 remarks on the river and harbor bills.....465,
Mr. Slidell,363,364,365,366, 367, 368, 370 remarks on the admission of new States...505

466, 468, 469, 470, 471
Mr. Stuart........

.370 | Goodwin, Henry C., a Representative from New incidental remarks, 351,357, 360,361,362, 363
Mr. Toombs ......
York-

1.
364, 365, 366, 367, 368, 370 remarks on the bill making appropriation for
Mr. Trumbull......................370 rivers and harbors.......

Iverson, Alfred, a Senator from Georgia-
yeas and nays on the.....
incidental remarks .........,

remarks on the bill for the relief of De Visser

....456
Dixon, James, a Senator from Connecticut Granger, Amos P., a Representative from New

and Villarubia.......366, 367, 368, 369, 370
incidental remarks..................103, 123 York-

incidental remarks........

.........54,
Doolittle, James R., a Senator from Wisconsin remarks on the loan bill..................517

123, 124,361,379, 386, 476
remarks on the bill for the admission of Kan- \ Green, James S., a Senator from Missouri

Indian Affairs, report of the Commissioner of, 42
sas.....
..........104, 106, 1 remarks on the bill for the admission of Kan-

Interior, report of the Secretary of the.......14
107, 109, 110, 111, 112, 113, 118, 123, 205 sas...........82, 83, 84, 94, 96, 97, 98, 99,

Internal improvements-see Rivers and Harbors.
remarks on the legislative appropriation bill,

100, 101, 102, 103, 105, 106, 109, 110, 112,
351, 357, 359, 360,361

119, 120, 122, 123, 124, 128, 155, 156, 157, | Jenkins, Albert G., a Representative from Vir-
incidental remarks..................348, 389 174, 193, 204, 205, 206, 207, 208, 211, 214

ginia-
Douglus, Stephen A., a Senator from Illinois incidental remarks..............378, 379, 522

incidental remarks...... ..........222
reinarks on the bill for the admission of Kan- || Groesbeck, William S., a Representative from // Jones, George W., a Senator from lowa-
sas.................194, 196, 197, 198, 199 | Ohio

incidental remarks...................98, 112
incidental remarks...............68, 349, 452 remarks on the Kansas question..........305 | Jones, George W., a Representative from Ten-
Durkee, Charles, a Senator from Wisconsin Grow, Galusha A., a Representative from Penn-

nessee
remarks on the bill for the admission of Kan sylvania-

cidental remarks...............64, 255, 320
sas......................82, 149, 150, 151 incidental remarks........................72

............72 || Johnson, Andrew, a Senator from Tennessee-
incidental remarks..................371, 376 Gwin, William M., a Senator from California-

remarks on the bill for the benefit of the Wash-
E.
remarks on the legislative appropriation bill, ington public schools, 372, 373, 375, 376, 377

374

incidental remarks......................119
Expenditures of the Government, remarks in the 1 remarks on the river and harbor bills, 478,479

Johnson, Robert W., a Senator from Arkansas-
House on, by-
resolution by...........................479

remarks on legislative appropriation bill..353,
Vr. Letcher ........................525 Incidental remarks...............98, 116, 193

354, 355, 357, 358, 359
Mr. Phillips........................545

. H.

incidental remarks.......................87
Hale, John P., a Senator from New Hamp.

K.
Fessenden, William P., a Senator from Maine- || shire-

Kansas, debate in the Senate on the bill (S. No.
remarks on the bill for the admission of Kan remarks on the bill for the admission of Kan 161) for the admission of the State of, into
sas........................79, 80, 81, 82, sas..........

....87, 97, 98, 99, 100, the Union....................75, 124, 174
83, 88, 89, 97, 101, 102, 103, 105, 106, 115,

102, 104, 106, 111, 112, 118, 119, 120, 138

remarks by-
116, 117, 118, 119, 120, 121, 123, 124, 141 remarks on the bill for the benefit of the Wash-

Mr. Bayard...........180, 181, 187, 190
remarks on the legislative appropriation bill, ington public schools.............371, 372 Mr. Bell..131, 132, 133, 136, 138, 149, 150
351, 356, 357, 361 remarks on the river and harbor bills.....474

Mr. Benjamin ...............79, 80, 81,
remarks on the bill for the relief of De Visser incidental remarks.........

85, 88, 89, 90, 96, 102, 119, 120, 121, 122
and Villarubia................364, 369, 370 Harlan, Aaron, a Representative from Ohio,

Mr. Biggs........83, 87, 95, 96, 100, 115
incidental remarks....
.........376, 379 remarks on the Kansas question.........267

Mr. Bigler, 82, 98, 112, 113, 114, 115, 118
Fenton, Reuben E., a Representative from New !!
incidental remarks.. 114, 116, 208, 348, 351, 370

Mr. Bright....................163, 206
York-
Hamlin, Hannibal, a Senator from Maine-

Mr. Broderick ......................94,
remarks on the bill to provide for the settlement remarks on the bill for the admission of Kan-

110, 111, 112, 116, 123, 124, 167, 168, 191
of revolutionary claims, ...............499

............93, 97, Mr. Brown...............82, 83, 84, 87,
Fisheries, remarks in the House concerning the

98, 100, 102, 105, 112, 116, 119, 120, 124

94, 97, 104, 105, 106, 109, 111, 167, 198
legislation of Congress on the, by Mr. Fos remarks on the legislative appropriation bill, Mr. Cameron....82, 94, 96, 105, 109, 110
ler.........

352, 361

Mr. Chandler......................93,
..............................435
Fiich, Graham N., a Senator from Indiana-

incidental remarks...
...................364

94, 97, 100, 106, 109, 112, 118, 168
remarks on the bill for the admission of Kan- Hammond, James H., a Senator from South Car-

Mr. Clark.............80, 82, 83, 84, 85,
sas................87, 96, 98, 112, 119, 122 olina-

87, 88, 89, 90, 92, 93, 94, 95, 97, 107, 108
incidental remarks.......
remarks on the questions relating to Kansas

Mr. Clay..................144, 149, 150
Fitzpatrick, Benjamin, a Senator from Alabama-

and the Lecompton constitution.........68, Mr. Collamer..118,119, 128, 132, 156, 207
incidental remarks.............351, 439, 479

92, 102, 197, 198 Mr. Crittenden.....
Foot, Solomon, a Senator from Vermont-
incidental remarks..................360, 522

128, 129, 130, 208, 212, 213, 214, 518
remarks on the bill for the admission of Kan- || Hatch, Israel T., a Representative from New

Mr. Dixon..................

..................103, 123
Sus..................97, 153, 155, 156, 157 York

Mr. Doolittle.................104, 106,
incidental remarks......................479
remarks on the Kansas question..........315

107, 109, 110, 111, 112, 113, 118, 123, 205
Foster, La Fayette S., a Senator from Connecti remarks on river and harbor improvements, 486

Mr. Douglas......194, 196, 197, 198, 199
cut--
Hawkins, George S., a Representative from

Mr. Durkee............82, 149, 150, 151
remarks on the bill for the admission of Kan Florida-

Mr. Fessenden........79, 80, 81, 82, 83,
803......
.....88, 141, 144 | remarks on the arreat of William Walker..461

88, 89, 97, 101, 102, 103, 105, 106, 115,
remarks on the river and harbor bills, 473, 474 || Hayne, Arthur P., a Senator from South Caro.

116, 117, 118, 119, 120, 121, 123, 124, 141
incidental remarks ......................370
lina-

Mr. Fitch .......87, 96, 98, 112, 119, 122
Foster, Stephen C.,u Representative from Maine incidental remarks..................385, 442

Mr: Foot..........97, 153, 155, 156, 157
remarks concerning the legislation of Congress | Hill, Joshua, a Representative from Georgia

Mr. Foster.................88, 141, 144
on the fisheries............
remarks on the Kansas question..........218

Mr. Green, 82, 83, 84, 93, 94,96,97,98,99,
incidental remarks........... ..........324 Hoard, Charles B., a Representative from New

100, 101, 102, 103, 105, 106, 109, 110, 112,
York-
G.

119, 120, 122, 123, 124, 128, 155, 156, 157,
remarks on the Kansas question ..........273

174, 193, 204, 205, 206, 207, 208, 211, 214
Gernett, Muscoe R. H., a Representative from || Homestead, remarks in the House on the bill to Mr. Gwin..

..........98, 116, 193
Virginia-
grant one hundred and sixty acres of land to

Mr. Hale............87, 97, 98, 99, 100,
incidental remarks....... ........324, 390 heads of families, by Mr. Kelly........430

102, 104, 106, 111, 112, 118, 119, 120, 132
Giddings, Joshua R., a Representative from Horton, Valentine B., a Representative from

Mr. Hamlin........

..95, 97,
Ohio-
Ohio-

98, 100, 102, 105, 112, 116, 119, 120, 124
remarks on the conflict between religious truth incidental remarks..... ..........456

Mr. Hammond......68, 92, 120, 197, 198
and American infidelity....

Houston, George S., a Representative from Ala-
***: .............64 )

Mr, Harlan.......
incidental remarks......... .........64, 339

.........114, 116, 208
bama-

Mr. Houston ........83, 84, 118, 150, 151,
Gilman, Charles J., a Representative from incidental remarks.............266, 285, 456

Mr. Iverson....................123, 124
Maine-
Houston, Sam, a Senator from Texas--

Mr. Johnson, of Arkansas........
remarks on the Kansas question..........409 remarks on the bill for the admission of Kan-

Mr. Johnson, of Tennessee..........119
incidental remarks....... ........298, 392||

..........83, 84, 118, 150, 151 || Mr. Jones....

sas............

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Kansas, debate in the Senate on the bill (S. No. ||

M.
161) for the admission of the State of, into Lamar, L. Q. C., a Representative from Missis- | Mallory, Stephen R., a Senator from Florida-
the Union-Continued.

sippi-

remarks on the bill for the admission of Kan-
remarks by

remarks on Nicaraguan affairs and the Le sas..............................214, 215
Mr. Kennedy..................102, 104 | compton constitution...................49 remarks on the legislative appropriation bill,
Mr. King.
Kung..................102, 122, 204 Land Office, report of the Commissioner of the

360, 361
Mr. Mallory...................214, 215 General.......

...............................36 incidental remarks..............364, 368, 452
Mr. Mason........75, 76, 77, 78, 79, 80, Lawrence, William, a Representative from Marshall, Humphrey, a Representative from
81, 85, 96, 97, 98, 99, 105, 106, 170, 198 Ohio-

Kentucky-
Mr. Polk.....104, 106, 144, 204, 210, 213 incidental remarks ......

incidental remarks..................393, 402
Mr. Pugh...87, 88, 94, 95, 96, 97, 98, 100, Legislative, &c., expenses of the Government for Marshall, Samuel S., a Representative from Illi-

105, 106, 112, 116, 118, 119, 122, 170,342 the year ending the 30th of June, 1859, re nois-
Mr. Seward .......76, 77, 78, 80, 81, 96, marks in the Senate on the bill ((H. R. No. remarks on the Kansas question..........318

97, 98, 99, 100, 101, 102, 103, 104, 105, 201) making appropriations for the, by Mason, James M., à Senator from Virginia
106, 107, 108, 118, 119, 190, 194, 211, 215 Mr. Bayard,

remarks on the bill for the admission of Kan-
Mr. Simmons.......76, 87, 119, 121, 158

Mr. Bell.....
....355, 356

..........75, 76, 77, 78, 79,
Mr. Slidell.....................112, 116
Mr. Bigler....

80, 85, 96, 97, 98, 99, 105, 106, 170, 198
Mr. Stuart.........82, 83, 96, 97, 98, 99, Mr. Brown............352, 358, 361, 362 remarks on the legislative appropriation bill,
100, 105, 107, 174, 180, 196, 199, 202, 204

Mr. Cameron ..........

..358

351, 352, 353, 354, 355, 356
Mr. Toombs, 82, 83, 94, 95, 96, 100, 101,

Mr. Davis..........................362 remarks on the loan bill.............386, 389
105,112,117,116, 118, 119, 121, 124, 126, Mr. Doolittle......351, 357, 359, 360, 361 incidental remarks..............472, 477, 522

128, 129, 131, 132, 166, 167, 198, 202, 204 Mr. Fessenden........351, 356, 357, 361 Maynard, Horace, a Representative from Ten-
Mr. Trumbull......84, 94, 100, 105, 119

Mr. Fitzpatrick.....................351 nessee-
Mr. Wade.....

Mr. Gwin..................

remarks relating to the soldiers of 1812....413
96, 97, 102, 105, 138, 187, 202
Mr. Hale.............

incidental remarks..................343, 390
Mr. Wilson....

Mr. Hamin..............

.....352, 261 McQueen, John, a Representative from South
87,97, 100, 102, 105, 106, 109, 112, 118, Mr. Hammond......

.........360

Carolina
119, 122, 123, 124, 136, 166, 167, 168, 170 Mr. Harlan......

.........351

incidental remarks........................64
yeas and nays on the...82, 106, 112, 119, 124 Mr. Hunter..351, 357, 360, 361, 362, 363 Miles, W. Porcher, a Representative from South
and the Lecompton constitution, remarks in

Mr. Iverson...

Carolina
the House on questions relating to, by-

Mr. Johnson, of Arkansas..........353, remarks on the Kansas question..........285
Mr. Barksdale...

354, 355, 357, 358, 359 Montgomery, William, a Representative from
Mr. Bennett...

.......236, 425
Mr. King...........
..............361

Pennsylvania,
Mr. Bonham..

Mr. Mallory........

.....360, 361

incidental remarks.......
Mr. Burlingame..

Mr. Mason...351, 352, 353, 354, 355, 356 Morgan, Edwin B., a Representative from New
Mr. Burroughs.....

Mr. Pugh.....

.....361, 362 York-
Mr. Clay.............
.....264, 266, 267 Mr. Seward........

.....351, 352

incidental remarks......................455
Mr. Cragin......

Mr. Simmons............

Morris, Edward Joy, a Representative from Penn-
Mr. Davis, of Maryland............261 Mr. Stuart.................

sylvania-
Mr. Gilman...

.409
Mr. Toombs............

incidental remarks.......

.........455
Mr. Gilmer...

.282, 401

356, 357, 358, 359, 360, 361, 362 Morse, Freeman H., a Representative from
Mr. Gooch......

.226
Mr. Trumbull........

...351, 363 Maine-
Mr. Groesbeck........

.305
Mr. Wade....

...362 remarks on the Kansas questions.........312
Mr. Harlan.................

Mr. Wilson.....
....3

N.
Mr. Hatch..................
.315 veas and nays on the...

........361
Mr. Hill.........
| Leidy, Paul, a Representative from Pennsylva-

Nationality of the Democratic party, remarks in
Mr. Hoard.................

the House on the, by Mr. Ward........302
nia
Mr. Hughes................
remarks on the Kansas question..........255

Navy, report of the Secretary of the .........28
Mr. Lamar................
Leiter, Benjamin, a Representative from Ohio-

remarks in the House on the increase of the,
Mr. Leidy................
remarks on political organizations........483

by Mr. Underwood....................512
Mr. Letcher..............
incidental remarks......................419,

New States, remarks in the House on the admis-
Mr. Marshall, of Illinois..

420, 456, 482, 483, 488, 489, 490

sion of, by Mr. Goode......... ...
Mr. Miles..................
| Letcher, John, a Representative from Virginia-

Niblack, William E., a Representative from Indi-
Mr. Moore.....

remarks on the Kansas question..........329
Mr. Morse, of Maine...
remarks on the public expenditures.......525 |

remarks on the Kansas question..........297
Mr. Niblack .......
.297 incidental remarks......................254

Nicaragua, remarks in the House on the affairs
.233 | Loan, remarks in the Senate on the bill to author of, by Mr. Lamar..........
Mr. Parrott.....
.293 ize a, not exceeding $15,000,000, by-

0.
Mr. Pendleton. ....

.511
Mr. Bell.......

.....451, 452

Olin, Abram B., a Representative from New
Mr. Ready.......

.223 Mr. Bigler............385, 386, 387, 388 York-
Mr. Sandidge.....
.247 Mr. Cameron.....385, 386, 387, 388, 446

remarks on the Kansas question..........233
Mr. Stevenson.....

.277
Mr. Collamer.....

.........383,

Otero, Miguel A., a Delegate from New Mexico
Mr. Tappan...

325
384, 385, 386, 387, 388, 439, 441, 446

remarks on the Pacific railroad...........415
Mr. Taylor, of Louisia

.230 Mr. Crittenden...................:
Mr. Thompson..........
.298 Mr. Davis......................

.....451, 452

P.
Mr. Trippe.........

M r. Doolittle.......................389 | Pacific railroad, remarks in the House on the,
Mr. Underwood..............

.269
Mr. Douglas.....................

by-
Mr. Wade..................

.220
Mr. Fitzpatrick.....

"Mr. Blair........... ............421
Mr. Walbridge...................

Mr. Hayne........::::::

.....385, 442
Mr. Otero........

...............415
Mr. Walton..............

Mr. Hunter..397, 383, 384, 385, 386, 387, Mr. Stevens, of Washington.........427
Mr. Ward..................

388, 389, 439, 440, 441, 445, 446,447, 451 || Palmer, George W., a Representative from New
Mr. Wilson .....

Mr. Iverson...

York-
Mr. Zollicoffer......

Mr. Mallory...

..........452

incidental remarks..................341, 390
conference act, remarks in the House in expo-

Mr. Mason....................386, 389 Parrott, Marcus J., a Delegate from Kansas-
sition of the, by Mr. Bennett...........425

Mr. Pearce...............

..389 remarks on the Kansas question..........293
Keitt, Lawrence M., a Representative from

Mr. Polk......

......386, 388 Pearce, James A., a Senator from Maryland-
South Carolina-

Mr. Pugh.

..............387, 388, 389 incidental remarks ........ ..........389
remarks on the origin of slavery..........404 Mr. Reid.

Pendleton, George H., a Representative from
incidental remarks.

Mr. Seward...

..........385,

Ohio
Kelly, John, a Representative from New York-

386, 442, 445, 447, 448, 452 remarks on the admission of Kansas......511
remarks on the right of suffrage........

Mr. Simmons.........

..........385, Pensions, report of the Commissioner of.....44
remarks on the homestead bill............430

386,387,389, 439, 440,441, 442, 445 Peyton, Samuel O., a Representative from Ken-
Kennedy, Anthony, a Senator from Maryland-

Mr. Stuart...... ..........387, 448, 451

tucky-
incidental remarks..................102, 104

Mr. Toombs...............445, 446, 451 incidental remarks by..........272, 273, 296
King, Preston, a Senator from New York-

Mr. Trumbull......................389 Phillips, Henry M., a Representative from Penn-
remarks on the bill for the relief of De Visser Mr. Wilson...........381, 383, 385, 386 sylvania-

and Villarubia......... ..........368, 370 yeas and nays on the......... ..........386 remarks on the admission of Kansas.......71
incidental remarks.....102, 122, 204, 361, 572 remarks in the House on the bill to authorize remarks on the expenditures and revenues of
Kunkel, Jacob M., a Representative from Mary a, not exceeding $15,000,000, by-

the nation......

...........545
land-

Mr. Andrews......

.463 Police, remarks in the House on the bill to estab-
incidental remarks..................321, 322

Mr. Cox.........

....515 lish an auxiliary guard in the District of Co-
Kunkel, John C., a Representative from Penn-

Mr. Granger.......................

.517 lumbia, by Mr. Goode................342
sylvania

|| Lovejoy, Owen, à Representative from Illinois Political organizations, remarks in the House on,
incidental remarks................73, 74, 255 | incidental remarks.....

..330 11 by Mr. Leiter........................483

by Mr. Leiter...

...255

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Cucillal remarks.....................343.

...............1

414

R.

Polk, Trusten, a Senator from Missouri

Stuart, Charles E., a Senator from Michigan-
remarks on the bill for the admission of Kan- Sandidge, John M., a Representative from Louis Continued.
sas............104, 106, 144, 204, 210, 213 11 iana--

incidental remarks.........
incidental remarks.........364, 386, 388, 476 remarks on the Kansas question, and ques-

362, 370, 387, 448, 451, 476
Postmaster General, report of the...........19 tions relating to slave labor............247 | Suffrage, remarks in the House on the right of,
Post office at Columbus, Ohio, remarks in the Scales, Alfred M., a Representative from North by Mr. Kelly......

.......389
House relating to the, by Mr. Cox.....488 Carolina-
Potter, John F., a Representative from Wiscon incidental remarks.......................458

T.
sin-
Schools, in the city of Washington, remarks in

Tappan, Mason W., a Representative from New
incidental remarks......................255 the Senate on the bill for the benefit of the

Hampshire-
President of the United States, annual message public, by-

remarks on the Kansas question..........325
of the...........

Mr. Brown,371, 372, 373,376,377,378,379

Taylor, George, a Representative from New
Privateersmen, remarks in the House on grant-

Mr. Durkee....................371, 376

York-
ing land to, by Mr. Davis, of Massachu-

Mr. Fessenden.................376, 379 incidental remarks......................338
setts......

..........420

Mr. Green.....................378, 379 Taylor, Miles, a Representative from Louis-
Public Buildings, report of the Commissioner

Mr. Hale......................371, 372

iana
of.......

........46

Mr. Iverson........................379 remarks on the Kansas question..........230
Pugh, George E., a Senator from Ohio-

Mr. Johnson, of Tennessee .........372,

remarks on the arrest of William Walker..418
remarks on the bill for the admission of Kan-

373, 375, 376, 377

Thompson, John B., a Senator from Kentucky-
sas..........87, 88, 94, 95, 96, 97, 98, 100, Mr. Seward......

............375

incidental remarks..................473, 474
105, 106, 112, 116, 118, 119, 122, 170, 342 Mr. Toombs..........371, 372, 378, 379

Thompson, John, a Representative from New
remarks on the legislative appropriation bill,

Mr. Wilson........................374 York-
361, 362 || yeas and nays on the......

...........379

remarks on the Kansas question..........293
remarks on the loan bill.........387, 388, 389 Scout, Lieutenant General, report of..........49

olt, Lieutenant General, report of..........49 Toombs, Robert, a Senator from Georgia-
remarks on the river and harbor bills....465, | Search, remarks in the House relating to the

remarks on the bill for the admission of Kan-
472, 473, 476, 477, 479 right of, by-

sas ............82, 83, 94, 95, 96, 100, 101,
incidental remarks.......
...............365
Mr. Cochrane, Clark B.......

105, 112, 116, 117, 118, 119, 121, 124, 126,
Purviance, Samuel A., a Representative from Mr. Davis, of Mississippi...........494

128, 129, 131, 132, 166, 167, 198, 202, 204
Pennsylvania
Seward, William H., a Senator from New York-

remarks on the legislative appropriation bill,
remarks on the triumphs of the Administra remarks on the bill for the admission of Kan-

351, 356, 357, 358, 359, 360, 361, 362
tion ..............

sas.........
.....76, 77, 78, 80, 81,

remarks on the bill for relief of De Visser and
Q.
96, 97, 98, 99, 100, 101, 102, 103, 104, 105,

Villarabia...363, 364, 365, 366, 367, 368, 370

106, 107, 108, 118, 119, 190, 194, 211, 215 remarks on the bill for the benefit of the Wash-
Quitman, John A., a Representative from Mis remarks on the legislative appropriation bill,

ington public schools.....371, 372, 378, 379
sissippi

i 351, 352

remarks on the loan bill.........445, 446, 451
incidental remarks......... ...........63, 453 remarks on the bill for the benefit of the Wash-

remarks on the river and harbor bills.....467,
ington public schools...
.....375

468, 470, 473, 477
remarks on the loan bill.................385, | Treasury, annual report of the Secretary of the, 7
Ready, Charles, a Representative from Tennes-

386, 442, 445, 447, 448, 452

Trippe, Robert P., a Representative from Geor-
see
remarks on the river and harbor bills.....465,

gia-
remarks on the Kansas question .........223

469, 472, 473, 476, 478, 479
Reagan, John H., a Representative from Texas-

remarks on the Kansas question..........309
Shaw, Henry M., a Representative from North

Trumbull, Lyman, a Senator from Illinois-
incidental remarks........ ............63 Carolina

remarks on the bill for the admission of Kan-
Reid, David S., a Senator from North Carolina remarks personal and explanatory........452
incidental remarks.......................385

sas...................84, 94, 100, 105, 119
incidental remarks.... ...........457, 458

remarks on the legislative appropriation bill,
Revenue, loans, and expenses of the Government, Simmons, James F., a Senator from Rhode

. 351, 363
remarks in the House on questions relating Island-

incidental remarks.............370, 389, 478
to, by-

remarks on the bill for the admission of Kan-
Mr. Cox.......

sas...................76, 87, 119, 121, 158
Mr. Letcher........................525 || remarks on the bill for the relief of De Visser |
Mr. Phillips........................545 and Villarubia...........365, 366, 367, 370

Visitation, remarks in the House on the right of,
Revolutionary claims, remarks in the House on || remarks on the loan bill...... ...........385,

by-
the bill to provide for the settlement of, by

386, 387, 389, 439, 440, 441, 442, 445

Mr. Davis, of Mississippi............494'
Mr. Fenton.......... ............499 remarks on the river and harbor bills.....466,

Mr. Cochrane, Clark B..............496
Rivers and harbors, remarks in the Senate on

472, 475

W.
bills for improving certain, by-

incidental remarks..... ............359
Mr. Allen .......

.................477 Singleton, Otho R., a Representative from Mis- || Wade, Benjamin F., a Senator from Ohio-
Mr. Bell..............469, 470, 471, 472 sissippi

remarks on the bill for the admission of Kan-
Mr. Bigler ................476, 478, 479 1 incidental remarks.....

sas...95, 96, 97, 100, 102, 105, 138, 187, 202
.........479 Slave labor, remarks in the House relating to, by i remarks on the river and harbor bills......475
Mr. Clay..................465, 469, 410

Mr. Sandidge.......... ...........247 incidental remarks ...................347, 362
Mr. Clingman.............474, 475, 476 | Slavery, remarks in the House on the origin of, Walbridge, David S., a Representative from
Mr. Collamer........
...........474, 475
by-

Michigan-
Mr. Crittenden ....... .........472, 477

Mr. Bliss.....

...........396 remarks on the Kansas question..........252
Mr. Davis...

........471,
Mr. Keitt........

..........404 l Walker, William, remarks in the House on the
472, 474, 475, 476, 477, 478, 479 | Slidell, John, a Senator from Louisiana-

arrest of, in Nicaragua, by-
Mr. Fitch......
remarks on tbe bill for the admission of Kan-

Mr. Hawkins.......................461
Mr. Fitzpatrick ........

Bas.......
..........112, 116

Mr. Lamar......
Mr. Foster ....................473, 474 I remarks on the bill for the relief of De Visser

Mr. Taylor, of Louisiana............418
Mr. Foot................

and Villarubia......

.........363,

Mr. Winslow ......................502
Mr. Gwin......................478, 479

364, 365, 366, 367, 368, 370 Mr. Wright, of Georgia.............458
Mr. Hale...........................474 |

incidental remarks.....

...........472 Walton, E. P., a Representative from Vermont-
Mr. Houston ..................477, 479 | Smith, William, a Representative from Virginia remarks on the Kansas question..........331
Mr. Hunter..465, 466, 468, 469, 470, 471 i remarks, personal and explanatory.......481 War, report of the Secretary of..............32
Mr. Iverson ........................476 | incidental remarks...............64, 485, 490 Wade, ¿dward, a Representative from Ohio-
Mr. King ..........................472 Soldiers of 1812, remarks in the House relating remarks on the Kansas question..........220
Mr. Mason.....

.....472, 477 | to the, by Mr. Maynard...............413 Ward, Elijah, a Representative from New York-
Mr. Polk........ .................476 Stanton, Benjamin, a Representative from Ohio remarks on the Kansas question and the na-
Mr. Pugh.....465, 472, 473, 476, 477, 479, incidental remarks.... ..........74, 333 tionality of the Democratic party.......302
Mr. Seward .....

.........465, Stevens, Isaac I., a Delegatc from Washington Washington and Oregon war claims, reniarks in
469, 472, 473, 476, 478, 479 remarks on the Pacific railroad...........527 the House on the, by Mr. Stevens, of Wash -
Mr. Simmons.. .....466,472, 475 | remarks on the Washington and Oregon war ington...............................490
Mr. Slidell......

...........472 !
claims................................490

Wilson, James, a Representative from Indiana-
Mr. Stuart ........

.........476 incidental remarks....... ...........458 remarks on the Kansas question..........244
Mr. Thompson, of Kentucky....473, 474 Stevenson, John W., a Representative from Wilson, Henry, a Senator from Massachusetts
Mr. Toombs......467, 468, 470, 473, 4771 Kentucky-

remarks on the bill for the admission of Kan-
Mr. Trumbull......................473 1 remarks on the Kansas question.........277
Mr. Wade.........................475 | Stewart, William, a Representative from Penn-

89, 97, 100, 102, 105, 106, 109, 112, 118,
Mr. Wilson....................472, 473 | sylvania-

119, 122, 123, 124, 136, 166, 167, 168, 170
yeas and nays on the................472, 479, incidental remarks......................324 remarks on legislative appropriation bill...354
remarks in the House on the bill making ap- Stuart, Charles E., a Senator from Michigan remarks on the bill for the benefit of the Wash-
propriations for, by-

remarks on the bill for the admission of Kan ington public schools..................374
Mr. Goodwin...........

...........479

sas..............82, 83, 95, 96, 97, 98, 99, H. remarks on the loan bill....381, 383, 385, 386
Mr. Hatch.........................486 11 100, 105, 107, 174, 180, 196, 199, 202, 204 1 incidental remarks..........71, 348, 472, 473

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Winslow, Warren, a Representative from North

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remarks on the arrest of William Walker in

Nicaragua.........................502
incidental remarks.....................330
Wright, Augustus R., a Representative from

Georgia
remarks on the arrest of William Walker in
Nicaragua.........

....................458
incidental remarks..................421, 422

Y.

Yeas and nays, on-Continued.
Yeas and nays, on

schools in Washington, bill for the benefit of
adjournment......

..........84,
87, 94, 95, 97, 106, 109, 112, 118, 124

............379

loan bill....
Kansas, bill for the admission of....

.............. 326
........82,

river and harbor bills...............472, 479

106, 112, 119, 124
decision of the Chair.........

Z.
legislative appropriation bill.... ......361 | Zollicoffer, Felix K., a Representative from Ten-
De Visser and Villarubia, bill for relief of,

remarks on the Kansas question..........291

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Appropriations, general legislative, executive and Appropriations, for certain civil expenses for
Academy, Military-see Military Academy,

judicial appropriation bill for 1858-59-Cun- ll 1858-59-Continued.
Naval-sec Naval Academy.
tinued.

Capitol, extension of, repairs, &c.......569
Accounts, in the Navy to be so kept that each Department of the Interior-

no part for embellishments with sculpture,
bureau will show its disbursements.....567
Indian Affairs...........

unless, &c........................569
of I. D. Andrews, to be settled...........571 pensions..........

President's House and grounds........569
Adjutant General, appropriations for office of, 563 public buildings....... ..........563

books for Executive mansion....... .569
Agents-see Indian Agents.

surveyors general and their clerks.. .563

heating and lighting.................569
Agricultural statistics, appropriation for.....569 War Department........

.563

plants for conservatory...........
statement of expense of procuring, made at office of Secretary.....

.563 Library of Congress...................569
each session of Congress........ ....569

Adjutant General.....

bridges and roads, repairs of........

..569
(See Seeds and Cuttings.)

Quartermaster General...

563 public buildings, repairs of, &c.......
Agriculture, appropriation for promoting....569 Paymaster General.....

563 west wing Patent Office building,'comple-
Alabama, post roads in....................574

Commissary General.......

tion of..........

..........569
Allis, Samuel, payment to, for services.....572 Surgeon General....

Washington aqueduct.................569
Almanac, American Nautical, appropriation for, Topographical Engineers..... 563 extension of General Post Office........569

568
Chief Engineer..............

563 binding code of District of Columbia....569
American Nautical Almanac, " for, 568

Colonel of Ordnance........ .563 visit of Omaha Indians............569, 570
American State Papers, compilation of, to be con Northwest Executive building.... .563 extension of Treasury building.........570
tinued....................

building corner of F and Seventeenth continuing work on certain custom-houses,
general and particular index.......

.564
Gales & Seaton to publish......

Navy Department...................

completion of certain custom-houses....570
number of copies and distribution thereof, 571

Secretary's office....................564

no portion to be expended unless it will
rates of printing, and total cost..........

bureaus...........

564
complete them...................

.570
Amure, Baptiste, land title confirmed...... .561

Southwest Executive building....

annual repairs of........

570
Andrews, I. D., accounts of, in connection with Post Office Department.........

completion of marine hospitals.........570
the reciprocity treaty, to be settled......571 printing for Executive Departments. .564

no portion to be expended unless it will
Apaches, appropriations for the......

Mint and branches......

.564

complete them....................570
Appeal, in cases under the preëmption act...571 New York assay office........

fencing, &c., and furnishing custom-houses,
from decree of courts of a Territory to Su Territories, government in.....

570
preme Court........

Judiciary...........

.564 fencing, &c., and furnishing marine hospi-
proceedings on decision of appeal.........571 office of Attorney General...

.564

.......570
Appropriations, for Indian affairs, the Army, expenses of private land claims in Califor portraits of Presidents. .....
Navy, Custom-Houses, Court-Houses, Post

nia........

I. T. Barclay's prevention of counterfeit-
Office Department, Military Academy, Pen reporter.............

ing coins.......................
sions, Fortifications, Ocean Mail Steamers, district attorneys..............

.565 printing and paper. ........ ...570
Roads, and Deficiencies-see those titles.
marshals........

binding, engraving, &c. ...............570
general legislativo, executive, and judicial ap Independent Treasury........

statistics of manufactures, (seventh census,)
propriation bill for 1858-59..........561 inspectors of steamboats....... 565

digest of....... ...........570
Legislative-
collection of land revenue......

Maine and Massachusetts, claims of the
Senate......................
law expenses, and prosecution of crime..565

States of ....

............570
House.........................561, 562 penitentiary................

...........565

British naval authorities, acknowledgments
Library of Congress..................562 public buildings, repairs and care of ....565

to.....

................................570
botanic garden.......................562 public grounds........................565 volunteers in Kansas..................570
public printing..............

President's House....................565 contingent expenses of Senate..........570
paper for printing........

.562 estimates of Departments hereafter to give John B. Mutty.......................570
Court of Claims...........

amount of outstanding appropriations, as deficiency for Washington Territory....570
Executive.................

.562 well as the amounts required to be appro register and receiver in New Mexico, rato
State Department............

562
printed for each item................565

of pay of...........................570
Secretary's office...........
.562 auxiliary guard.........

Congressional Burying-Ground........570
Howard's Reports..........
appropriation for certain civil expenses for Maine avenue....

..........570
admission of Kansas.....
.5621 1858-59............................

.............568

commissioner under reciprocity treaty, sub-
Northeast Executive building .562 coast survey..........................5

sistence of.....

:::::..................570
clerks in...........................

.562

allowance for subsistence to officers and additional clerks in Register and Treasurer's
Treasury Department.....

men of Army and Navy on such duty,568 office ..............................570
Secretary's office.......
5621 deficiency for seamen.

appropriations for contingent expenses of
Comptrollers' offices...

light-house establishment...

.568

House or Senate-how applied.......570
Auditors' offices.......

562 Army officers on light-house duty..... .569 extra compensation to clerks of committees
Treasurer's office........
562 life-boats and apparatus.........

allowed........

............570
Register's office.......

562 land surveys.........................569 streets in Washington to be kept free from
Solicitor's office.......
563 agricultural statistics.................

obstructions......................570
office of Commissioner of Customs... 563

seeds and cuttings................. .569 Commissioner of Public Buildings to attend
Light-House Board.........

563
statement of purchases and expenses to

thereto..........

...........570
Southeast Executive building........563

be submitted to Congress annually..569

may institute suits, &c. ...........570
Department of the Interior.....
drawings for Patent Office report..

may give permits to lay pipes, &c....570
office of Secretary..................
.563 insane hospital.......

..569 persons obstructing streets to pay fine and
General Land Office.................563 deaf, dumb, and blind...

costs.........

...........570
chief clerk to act as Commisioner in the transient paupers................... .569

removing paving, &c., and not replacing,
absence of the Commissioner.....563 b. public grounds.......

.........570, 571

.........564

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