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THE CONGRESSIONAL GLOBE:

CONTAINING

SPEECHES, IMPORTANT STATE PAPERS, LAWS, ETC.,

OF THE

· FIRST SESSION THIRTY-FIFTH CONGRESS.

BY JOHN C. RIVES.

CITY OF WASHINGTON:
PRINTED AT THE OFFICE OF JOHN C. RIVES.

1858,

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INDEX

Bowie, Thomas F., a Representative from Mary. , Cochrane, Clark B., a Representative from New

Administration, remarks in the House relating to land

York-

the triumphs of the....................414 incidental remarks......................222 remarks on the right of search............496

Admission of new States, remarks in the House Bright, Jesse D., a Senator from Indiana-

incidental remarks........ ..............455

on the, by Mr. Goode.................505 || remarks on the bill for the admission of Kan- ! Colfax, Schuyler, a Representative from Indi-

Allen, Philip, a Senator from Rhode Island -

sas........

..........163, 206 ana-

incidental remarks .........

....477 Broderick, William C., a Senator from Califor incidental remarks...

...........339

Andrews, Samuel G., a Representative from New nia-

Collamer, Jacob, a Senator from Vermont-

York-

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

remarks on the loan bill...........

sas......

........94, sas ............118, 119, 128, 132, 156, 207

incidental remarks.............

110, 111, 112, 116, 123, 124, 167, 168, 191 remarks on the loan bill................383,

Appropriations, list of, made during session, 593 Brown, Albert G., a Senator from Mississippi

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

Army, remarks in the Senate on the bill (S. No. resolution by.........

...........87 remarks on the river and harbor bills, 474, 475

19) to increase the military establishment of remarks on the bill for the admission of Kan incidental remarks.............349, 366, 367

the United States, by Mr. Davis.........53 sas....

........82, 83, 84, 87, Comins, Linus B., a Representative from Mas-

Atkins, John C. D., a Representative from Ten-

94, 97, 104, 105, 106, 109, 111, 167, 198 sachusetts-

nessee-

remarks on the legislative appropriation bill,! incidental remarks..................344, 445

incidental remarks

..........456

352, 358, 361, 362 Cox, Samuel S., a Representative from Ohio-

remarks on the bill for the benefit of the Wash remarks relating to the post office at Colum-

B.

ington public schools.................371, bus..................................488

Barksdale, William, a Representative from Mis- 11

372, 373, 376, 377, 378, 379 remarks on the Federal revenues, loans, and

sissippi

incidental remarks.......

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

expenses................

.............515

remarks on the Kansas question..........336 Burlingame, Anson, a Representative from Mas incidental remarks........

............466

Bayard, James A., a Senator from Delaware-

sachusetts

Cragin, Aaron H., a Representative from New

remarks on the bill for the admission of Kan- | remarks on the admission of Kansas......289 Hampshire

sas........ .......180, 181, 187, 190 Burroughs, Silas M., a Representative from New remarks on the Kansas question..........393 ,

remarks on the bill for the relief of De Visser York-

Crittenden, John J., a Senator from Kentucky-

and Villarubia........................369 remarks on the Kansas question...........62 remarks on the bill for the admission of Kan-

incidental remarks......................363 incidental remarks.....................1343

sas, 126, 128, 129, 130, 208, 212, 213, 214, 518

Bell, John, a Senator from Tennessee

remarks on the bill for the benefit of the Wash-

remarks on the bill for the admission of Kan.

ington public schools..............376, 377

sas........131, 132, 133, 136, 138, 149, 150': Cameron, Simon, a Senator from Pennsylvania-

remarks on the loan bill.................448

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

remarks on the river and harbor bills, 472, 477

355, 356

sas................82, 94, 96, 105, 109, 110 |

incidental remarks......................370

remarks on the loan bill.............451, 452 remarks on the loan bill, 385, 386,387, 288,446 Curtis, Samuel R., a Representative from lowa--
remarks on the river and harbor bills....469, 1 incidental remarks.......................358 incidental remarks.... ......338, 491, 492

470, 671, 472 Campbell, Lewis D., a Representative from Ohio-

Benjamin, Judah P., a Senator from Louisiana incidental remarks................266, 267

: D.

remarks on the bill for the admission of Kan Central America--see Nicaragua; Walker, Wil Davis, Jefferson, a Senator from Mississippi
sas............................79, 80, 81, || liam.

remarks on the bill to increase the military es-

85, 88, 89, 90, 96, 102, 119, 120, 121, 122 Chandler, Zachariah, a Senator from Michigan-

tablishment of the United States........53

remarks on the bill for the relief of De Visser remarks on the bill for the admission of Kan remarks on the loan bill.............451, 452

and Vilarubia......364, 365, 366, 368, 370 sas...93, 94, 97, 100, 106, 109, 112, 118, 168 remarks on the river and harbor bills ....471,

Benneit, Henry, a Representative from New remarks on the bill for the relief of De Visser

472, 474, 475, 476, 477, 478, 479

York-

and Villarubia ........................369 incidental remarks......................362

remarks on the Kansas question ..........236 | Clark, Daniel, a Senator from New Hampshire-

| Clark, Daniel, a Senator from New Hampshire- Davis, Reuben, a Representative from Missis-
remarks in exposition of ihe Kansas conference remarks on the bill for the admission of Kan sippi-

act...................................425 || sas............ ..........80, 82, 83, 84, remarks on the right of visitation........494

Biggs, Asa, a Senator from North Carolina-

85, 87, 88, 89, 90, 92, 93, 94, 95, 97, 107, 108 incidental remarks........

........402

remarks on the bill for the admission of Kan Il incidental remarks.......

........367 Davis, Timothy, a Representative from Massa-
sas................83, 87, 95, 96, 100, 115 | Clark, Horace F., a Representative from New chusetts-

Bigler, William, a Senator from Pennsylvania-

York-

remarks on granting bounty land to privateers-

remarks on the bill for the admission of Kan incidental remarks....... ............319 ! men .................................420

sas..........82, 98, 112, 113, 114, 115, 118 Clay, Clement C., jr., a Senator from Alabama Davis, H. Winter, a Representative from Mary-

remarks on the loan bill....385, 386, 387, 388 remarks on the bill for the admission of Kan land-

remarks on river and harbor bills, 476, 478, 479

sas..........................144, 149, 150 remarks on the Kansas question..........261

incidental remarks......................361 remarks on the bill for the relief of De Visser Dawes, Henry L., a Representative from Mas-
Bingham, John A., a Representative from Ohio-

and Villarubia....................367, 370 sachusetts-

incidental remarks.............339, 455, 456 incidental remarks..............465, 469, 476 incidental remarks......................337

Blair, Francis P., jr., a Representative from Mis- || Clay, James B., a Representative from Ken- | De Visser and Villarubia, remarks in the Senate

souri-

tucky-

on the bill for the relief of, by-

remarks on the Pacific railroad...........421 remarks on the Kansas question, 264, 266, 267 Mr. Bayard.....

incidental remarks......................293 | Clemens, Sherrard, a Representative from Vir-

Mr. Benjamin.....364, 365, 366, 368, 370

Bliss, Philemon, a Representative from Ohio

Mr. Chandler....

remarks on the origin of slavery ..........39611 incidental remarks.......

......297 Mr. Clark...

incidental remarks..................343, 390 Clingman, Thomas L., a Senator from North

Mr. Clay.........

..367, 370

Bonham, Milledge L., a Representative from Carolina-

Mr. Coliamer.....

...366, 367

South Carolina-

remarks on the river and harbor bills.....474, Mr. Crittenden,

remarks on the admission of Kansas......509!

475, 476 | Mr. Fessenden. .....364, 369, 370

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