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CONTAINING

THE DEBATES AND PROCEEDINGS

OP

THE FIRST SESSION

OF

THE THIRTY-SEVENTH CONGRESS.

۲۱۹.

BY JOHN C. RIVES.

CITY OF WASHINGTON:
PRINTED AT THE CONGRESSIONAL GLOBE OFFICE.

1861.

LIBRARY

OF THE LELAND STANFORD JUNIOR

UNIVERSITY.

7.8174

INDEX

TO THE CONGRESSIONAL GLOBE, FIRST SESSION THIRTY-SEVENTH CONGRESS.

SENATE.
A.

Arms-Continued.
Adjournment, final.....

..120, bill (S. No. 6) to refund and remit the duties
156, 336, 357, 365, 420, 426 on, imported by the States.

..27,
Alexandria, bill (S. No. 66) declaring the act to

50, 54, 220, 227, 236, 362
retrocede the county of, in the District of joint resolution (S. No. 11) to repeal so much
Columbia, to the State of Virginia, to be un of the third section of the act making appro-
constitutional, and for repealing the same, priations for the legislative, executive, and

368, 391, 420 judicial expenses of the Government for the
Allegiance, bill (S. No. 54) requiring an oath of, year ending the 30th of June, 1861, approved

and to support the Constitution of the Uni June 23, 1860, as prohibits the purchase or
ted States, to be administered to certain per use of patented, or military supplies......279
sons in the civil service of the United States, bill (S. No.38) making an appropriation to pay

311, 443, 454 the expenses of transporting and delivering,
Anthony, Henry B., a Senator from Rhode and munitions of war to the loyal citizens of

Island..........40, 53, 103, 136, 178, 206, 215, the States of which the inhabitants now are

217, 253, 288, 362, 416, 419, 426, 443, 450 or hereafter may be in rebellion against the
resolutions by.....

.40, 253, 426, 443 Government of the United States, and to pro-
remarks on the death of Hon. Stephen A. vide for the expense of organizing them into
Douglas....

...31 companies, battalions, regiments, or other-
remarks on the Rhode Island resolutions relat wise, for their own protection against domes-
ing to the Naval Academy....

155 tic violence, insurrection, invasion, or rebel-
remarks on organizing the Army, 167, 180, 181

lion............ .....226, 288, 312, 332, 365
remarks on revenue bill, (No. 54)......321, 322 bill (S. No. 52) to provide for the purchase of,
Appeals, in cases of private land claims and sur ordnance, and ordnance stores...... ..308,
veys in the State of California, bill (S. No.

312, 371, 400, 426
60) relative to.........., .362, 436, 454 bill (H. R. No. 81) making an appropriation
Appropriations: for the support of the Army for for the purchase of, for the volunteers and

the fiscal year ending June 30, 1862, and for the regular troops of the United States...313,
arrearages for the fiscal year ending June 30,

336, 438
1861.................... 79, 83, 103, 120, 134, 234 (See Volunteers.)
for the naval service for the year ending the Army, bill (S. No. 2) to increase the present mili-

30th of June, 1862, and for arrearages for the tary establishment of the United States, 2, 16,
year ending the 30th of June, 1861.... .79, 27, 110, 123, 208, 220, 234, 276, 279, 297,312

83, 120, 135, 144, 194, 234 remarks on the, by-
for the legislative, executive, and judicial ex-

Mr. Bingham......

.127
penses of the Government for the year end-

Mr. Clarke....

..126
ing the 30th of June, 1862, and for arrearages

Mr. Collamer.... .123, 125, 127, 220
for the year ending 30th of June, 1861.... 84, Mr. Doolittle......

....114
102, 207, 234, 256, 259, 276, 362

Mr. Fessenden........ .113, 114, 279
for sundry civil expenses of the Government Mr. Foster......

....114, 127
for the year ending the 30th of June, 1862,

Mr. Grimes.....

..112,
and for arrearages for the year ending 30th

113, 114, 123, 124, 125, 126, 127
of June, 1861......84, 103, 207, 208, 234, 276

Mr. Hale

.124
further, for the naval service for the year end-

Mr. Harris........... .......... 110, 115, 123
ing June 30, 1862.....374, 380, 400, 426, 441 Mr. Howe........

.126
for the purchase of arms for the volunteers and Mr. Johnson, of Tennessee... .127

the regular troops..................313, 336, 438 Mr. King...110, 114, 123, 126, 127, 220, 221
to pay the expenses of the investigating com-

Mr. Lane, of Kansas......... .113, 114, 125
mittees...... ............371, 380, 426, 438 Mr. Latham.......

.112
for fortifications...........369, 426, 427, 438, 454 Mr. McDougall..

....114, 221
for field fortifications for the defense of the city Mr. Nesmith........... 111, 112, 113, 115
of Washington and clsewhere........371, 380 Mr. Rice........

.115
Approval and confirmation of certain acts of the

Mr. Sumner..........

.115
President of the United States, joint resolu-

Mr. Wade..............

111, 115
tion (S. No. 1) for the.......

...2,
Mr. Wilson....

.2, 16, 27, 110,
16, 21, 40, 64, 127, 137, 177, 208,

111, 112, 113, 114, 123, 125, 220, 234, 279
220, 234, 276, 288, 332, 391, 451, 452 yeas and nays on the.........

...127
Armored ships, bill (s. No. 36) to provide for bill (S. No. 3) providing for the better organi-

the construction of one or more, and floating zation of the military establishment...2, 16,
batteries......
......205, 218, 235,

40, 71, 84, 127, 157, 178, 220, 234, 235,
236, 256, 276, 277, 344, 363, 371, 400, 426

257, 265, 297, 309, 371, 374, 400, 426
Armory, bill to establish a national, in the State remarks on the, by-
of New Jersey........

.....154, 274
Mr. Anthony

..........167, 180, 181
bill (S. No. 19) to establish a national, on Rock

Mr. Baker..... ...162, 166, 309, 372
Island..

......... 78, 253

Mr. Bayard
Arms, joint resolution (S. No. 2) to remit the Mr. Bingham......

.181, 194, 310
duties upon certain, imported into the Uni Mr. Breckinridge......

.....186,
ted States........ ............21, 27, 40, 234

190, 191, 192, 193, 194

Army, bill (S. No. 3) providing for the better or-

ganization of the-Continued.
remarks on the, by-
Mr. Bright......

.192, 193
Mr. Browning.

..187, 188, 189
Mr. Carlile.....182, 184, 187, 189, 190, 194
Mr. Chandler.......... ..181, 182, 183, 193
Mr. Clark......159, 160, 161, 167, 182, 194
Mr. Collamer......

.71,
163, 164, 181, 183, 194, 235, 371, 372
Mr. Dixon........

....187
Mr. Doolittle..... 89, 90, 183, 185, 191, 192
Mr. Fessenden..............86, 87, 88, 89, 90,

91, 163, 179, 180, 183, 184, 192, 193, 310
Mr. Foot.......

.86
Mr. Foster.............87, 162, 163, 164, 166
Mr. Grimes.....

.85, 86, 87,
88, 90, 91, 157, 160, 161, 163, 165, 166,

167, 179, 181, 185, 193, 235, 310, 371, 372
Mr. Hale.....,86, 87, 88, 89, 158, 160, 161,

162, 163, 164, 165, 166, 235, 309, 310, 311
Mr. Harris...88, 90, 91, 180, 181, 182, 183
Mr. Howe.

...191
Mr. Kennedy

... 193
Mr. King

...85,
87, 91, 165, 167, 184, 194, 371, 372
Mr. Lane, of Kansas.. ...87, 88,

161, 163, 165, 181, 186, 187, 189, 190, 192
Mr. Latham....

...90, 192, 193
Mr. McDougall.........

......161,

179, 181, 182, 186, 235
Mr. Nesmith....

.89,
90, 160, 161, 165, 166, 185
Mr. Polk.......

..166, 192
Mr. Pomeroy.

.189, 190
Mr. Powell...........186, 188, 190, 191, 192
Mr. Rice.......... ..89, 90, 163, 179, 185
Mr. Saulsbury. .90, 166, 192, 194
Mr. Sherman....... 164, 165, 180, 183, 184,

186, 188, 190, 191, 192, 194,311, 371, 372
Mr. Simmons... ..165, 166, 167, 181
Mr. Ten Eyck .....................89, 162, 179
Mr. Thomson........

.......181
Mr. Trumbull..........89, 91, 183, 184, 235
Mr. Wade.............89, 180, 181, 182, 191
Mr. Wilson............ .........2, 16, 40, 71,

84, 85, 86, 87, 88, 90, 91, 127, 157, 158,
159, 160, 161, 162, 163, 164, 165, 166, 167,
178, 179, 180, 181, 182, 183, 184, 185, 186,

191, 193, 235, 265, 309, 310, 311, 371, 372
yeas and nays on the.....

..86,
91, 163, 166, 184, 192, 194, 372
bill (S. No. 7) to promote the efficiency of the,
and Navy...........

...40
bill (S. No:4) to promote the efficiency of the,

2, 16, 17
bill (H.R. No. 27) to promote the efficiency of
the....

........120, 123
joint resolution (No. 7) expressing the sym-

pathy of Congress with the bereaved families
and friends of our soldiers who have fallen in

defense of the Republic........................ 400
joint resolution (s. No. 7) in relation to the

bonds of paymasters in the............206, 218
bill (S. No. 58) supplementary to an act to in-

crease the present military establishment of
the United States, approved July 29, 1861,

361, 374, 420, 441

.....180

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