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TO T*HE APPENDIX TO THE CONGRESSIONAL GLOBE.

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Administration, remarks in the House relating to the triumphs of the 414

Admission of new States, remarks in the House on the, by Mr. Goode 505

Allen, Philip, a Senator from Rhode Island— incidental remarks... 477

Andrews, Samuel G., a Representative from New York

remarks on the loan bill 4G3

incidental remarks 456

Appropriations, list of, made during session, 593 Army, remarks in the Senate on the bill (S. No. 79) to increase the military establishment of

the United States, by Mr. Davis 53

Atkins, John C. D., a Representative from Tennessee—

incidental remarks 456

D.

Barksdale, William, a Representative from Mississippi—

remarks on the Kansas question 336

Bayard, James A., a Senator from Delaware— remarks on the bill for the admission of Kansas 180, 181, 187, 190

remarks on the bill for the relief of De Visser

and Villarubia 369

incidental remarks 363

Bell, John, a Senator from Tennessee— remarks on the bill for the admission of Kansas 131, 132, 133, 136, 138, 149, 150

remarks on the legislative appropriation bill,

355, 356

remarks on the loan bill 451, 452

remarks un the river and harbor bills... .469,

470,671,472

Benjamin, Judith P., a Senator from Louisiana— remarks on the bill for the admission of Kansas 79,80, 81,

85, 88, 89, 90, 90,102, 119, 120, 121, 122 remarks un the bill for the relief of De Visser

and Vil.arubia 364, 365, 366, 368, 370

Bennett, Henrv, a Representative from New Yorkremarks on the Kansas question 236

remarks in exposition of the Kansas conference

act .....425

Biggs, Asa, a Senator from North Carolina— remarks on the bill for the admission of Kansas 83, 87, 95, 96, 100, 115

Bigler, William, a Senator from Pennsylvania— remarks on the bill for the admission of Kansas 82, 98, 112, 113, 114, 115, 118

remarks on the loan bill 385, 386, 387, 388

remarks on river and harbor bills, 476, 478, 47^)

incidental remarks 3bl

Bingham, John A., a Representative from Ohio—

incidental remarks 339, 455, 456

Blair, Francis P., jr., a Representative from Missouri—

remarks on the Pacific railroad 421

incidental remarks 293

Bliss, Philemon, a Representative from Ohio—

remarks on the origin of slavery 396

incidental remarks 343, 390

Eonham, Milledge L., a Representative from South Carolina— remarks on the admission of Kansas 509

i Bowie, Thomas F., a Representative from Maryland—

incidental remarks , 222

Bright, Jesse D., a Senator from Indiana— remarks on the bill for the admission of Kansas 163, 206

Broderick, William C, a Senator from California—

remarks on the bill for the admission of Kansas 94,

110, 111, 112, 116, 123, 124, 167, 168, 191 Brown, Albert G., a Senator from Mississippi—

resolution by 87

remarks on the bill for the admission of Kansas 82, 83, 84, 87,

94, 97, 104, 105, 106, 109, 111, 167, 198 remarks on the legislative appropriation bill, 352,358,361,362 remarks on the bill for the benefit of the Washington public schools 371,

372, 373, 376, 377, 378, 379

incidental remarks 479

Burlingame, Anson, a Representative from Massachusetts—

remarks on the admission of Kansas 289

Burroughs, Silas M.,aRepresentative from New York—

remarks on the Kansas question 62

incidental remarks 343

C.

Cameron, Simon, a Senator from Pennsylvania— remarks on the bill for the admission of Kansas 82, 94, 96, 105, 109,110

remarks on the loan bill, 385, 386,387,288,446

incidental remarks 358

Campbell, Lewis D., a Represen tativc from Ohio—

incidental remarks 266, 267

Central America—see Nicaragua; Walktr, William.

Chandler, Zachariah, aSenator from Michigan— remarks on the bill for the admission of Kansas. . .93, 94,97,100, 106,109, 112, 118, 168 remarks on the bill for the relief of De Visser

and Villarubia 369

Clark, Daniel, a Senator from New Hampshire— remarks on the bill for the admission of Kansas 80, 82,83, 84,

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

incidental remarks 367

Clark, Horace P., a Representative from New Yorkincidental remarks 319

Clay, Clement C, jr., a Senator from Alabama— remarks on the bill for the admission of Kansas 144,149, 150

remarks on the bill for the relief of De Visser

and Villarubia 367, 370

incidental remarks 465,469,476

Clay, James B., a Representative from Kentucky—

remarks on the Kansas question, 264, 266, 267 Clemens, Sherrard, a Representative from Virginia—

incidental remarks 297

Clingman, Thomas L., a Senator from North Carolina—

remarks on the river and harbor bills 474,

475, 476

Cochrane, Clark B.,a Representative from New Yorkremarks on the right of search 496

incidental remarks 455

Colfax, Schuyler, a Representative from Indiana—

incidental remarks 339

Collamer, Jacob, a Senator from Vermont— remarks on the bill for the admission of Kansas 118, 119, 128, 132, 156, 207

remarks on the loan bill 383,

384, 385, 386, 387, 388, 439, 441, 446 remarks on the river and harbor bills, 474,475

incidental remarks 349, 366, 367

Comins, Linus B., a Representative from Massachusetts—

incidental remarks 344, 445

Cox, Samuel S., a Representative from Ohio— remarks relating to the post office at Columbus 488

remarks on the Federal revenues, loans, and

expenses 515

incidental remarks 486

Cragin, Aaron H., a Representative from New Hampshire—

remarks on the Kansas question 393

Crittenden, John J.,a Senator from Kentucky— remarks on the bill for the admission of Kansas, 126,128, 129,130,208,212,213,214, 518 remarks on the bill for the benefit of the Washington public schools 376, 377

remarks on the loan bill 448

remarks on the river and harbor bills, 472, 477

incidental remarks 370

Curtis, Samuel R., a Representative from Iowa— incidental remarks 338, 491, 492

D.

Davis, Jefferson, a Senator from Mississippi— remarks on the bill to increase the military establishment of the United States 53

remarks on the loan bill 451, 452

remarks on the river and harbor bills ... .47], 472, 474, 475, 476, 477, 478, 479

incidental remarks 362

Davis, Reuben, a Representative from Mississippi—

remarks on the right of visitation 494

incidental remarks. 4Q2

Davis, Timothy, a Representative from Massachusetts—

remarks on granting bounty land to privateersmen 420

Davis, H. Winter, a Representative from Maryland—

remarks on the Kansas question 261

Dawes, Henry L., a Representative from Massachusetts—

incidental remarks 337

De Visser and Villarubia, remarks in the Senate on the bill for the relief of, by—

Mr. Bayard 369

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

Mr. Chandler 369

Mr. Clark 367

Mr. Clay 367, 370

Mr. Collamer 366, 3t>7

Mr. Crittenden. 370

Mr. Fessenden 364, 369 , 370

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