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Ferriss, Orange, Representative in 41st Con-
gress, 2..
Perry, Orrin, S., Senator in 41st Congress, 1; in
42d, 62; amendments to amnesty and civil rights
bill, and votes on, 76.
Ferry, Thomas W., Representative in 41st Congress, 2; Senator in 42d, 63; resignation of, (note,) 64.
Fifteenth Amendment, copy of, 43; votes on the
validity of, 44, 45; action of Legislatures of New
Jersey and New York on, 129-130.
Finkelnbueg, Gustavus A., Representative in 41st
Congress, 2; in 42d, 64; motion on tariff, and
vote on, 93.
Fish, Hamilton. Secretary of State, 62.
Fisher, John, Rppresentative in 41stCongress, 2.
Fisheries, The, President Grant on, 18. 19, 23; pro-
visions in Treaty of Washington relative to, 101,
102,103-104; products of, (note,) 191.
Fitch, Thomas, Representative in 41st Congress, 3.
Flanagan, James W.t Senator in 41st Congress, 1; in 42d, 63.
Florida, Senators and Representatives 41st Con-
gress, 1-2; in 42d, 63-64; Republican platform
of 1872,153-154; apportionment of representa-
tion, population, and vote in Electoral College
under census of 1860 and 1870, 182; electoral vote
at presidential election of 1868, 182; election in
1870, 182; wealth, local debt, and taxation in,
183; relative rank of, (note,; 183; manufactures,
191.
Foreign-born Citizens, proposed amendments on
eligibility of, to the Presidency, 39, 41-42, and
vote thereon, 41-42.
Foreign Intercourse Expenditures, annual, from
1860 to 1871, inclusive, 187; gross amount of, from
1789 to 1871,188; items of, (note,) 188.
Forker, Samuel C., Representative in 42d Con-
gress, 63.
Foster, Charles, Representative in 42d Con-
gress, 63.
Foster, Henry D., Representative in 42d Con-
gress, 63.
Foster, Wilder D., Representative in 42d Con-
gress, 64.
Fourteenth Amendment, copy of, 43; votes on the
validity of, 44,45; act to enforce the provisions
of, and vote on, 85-90; note respecting, 43.
Fowler, Joseph S.. Senator in 4lsr Congress, 1.
Fox, John, Representative in 41st Congress, 2.
Free Common Schools, proposed amendment to cre-
ate,39; bill to provide for the maintenance of,
and votes on. 122-124.
Free List, under act (if 1872, 192-201.
Free Trade, proposed amendment to secure, 41.
Frelinghuysen, Frederick T., Senator in 42d Con-
gress. 62; amendments to amnesty bill, and votes
on, 73-80.
Frye, William P., Representative in 42d Congress,
63; supplementary civil rights bill introduced
by, 83.
Fund, Common-school, bill to create a, and votes

on,122-124.
Garfield, James A., Representative in 41st Con-
gress, 2; in 42d, 63.
Garrett, Abraham E., Representative in 42d Con-
gress, 63.
Geary, John W., ballots for the Presidency, 210-211.
Geneva Arbitration, members of, 106.
Georgia, Senators and Representatives in 41st Con-
gress, 1-2; in 42d, 62-63; Republican and Demo-
cratic platforms of 1872, 154; apportionment of
representation, population, and vote in Electoral
College undercensuses of 1860 and 1870.182; popu-
lar and electoral vote at presidential election of
1868,182; election in 1870,182; wealth,local debt,
and taxation in, 183; relative rank of, (note,)
183; manufactures, 191.
German States, President Grant's message respect-
ing union of, 28.
Getz, J. Lawrence, Representative in 41st Con-
gress, 2; in 4zd, 63.
Gibson, James IL, Representative in 41st Con-
gress, 2.
Giddings, De Witt C, Representative in 42d Con-
gress, 64.
Gilbert, Abijah, Senator in 41st Congress, 1; in

42d, 63.
Gilfillan, Calvin W., Representative in 41st Con-
gress, 2.
Gold, Fluctuations, from 1862 to 1870, inclusive,

191; premiums on sales of, (note,) 187.
Goldthwaite, George, Senator in 42d Congress,62.

Golladay, Edward I., Representative in 42d
Congress, 63; proposed constitutional amend-
ment, 42.
Goodrich, Milo, Representative in 42d Congress,
63; amendment to educational bill, and vote
on, 123.
Gorham, George C, Secretary of the Senate, 1, 62.
Grant, Ulysses S., President, Cabinet Of, 62;
Letter Of, to supplementary civil rights meet-
ing, 132; Messages Of, second annual, 16-22;
third annual, 23-27; Special Messages Of, on
territorial government for Indians, 27/28; on
the union of the States of Germany, 28; on the
"test-oath," 28, 29; on the condition of the
lately insurrectionary States, 29; on the re-
port of the San Domingo commission, 29,
30; on the report of the civil service com-
mission, 30, 31; on lawlessness in South Car-
olina, 31; respecting immigrants, 31, 32; veto-
ing J.Milton Best's claim, 32; transmitting to
Senate proposed new article to treaty of Wash-
ington, 105; Orders Of, respecting the eight-
hour law, 70; Proclamations Of, neutrality,
8-11; warning against illegal military enter-
prises, 11,12; commanding dispersion of armed
men in South Carolina, 12; calling attention to
the Ku Klux act, 12, 13; commanding the dis-
persion of unlawful combinations in certain
counties of South Carolina, 13; suspending the
habeas corpus, 13, 14; revoking said suspension
as to Marion county, 14,15; making it as to
Union, 15; discontinuing discriminating duties
on merchandise imported in Spanish vessels, 15,
16; executive order enforcing the additional
rules of thecivil service commission, 65-69; en-
forcing the amnesty act, 73; renomination of,
203; letter of acceptance of, 205.
Greeley, Horace, nomination of, 206,210; letters of

. acceptance of, 208-209,214.
Griffith, Samuel, Representative in 42d Con-
gress, 63.
Griswold, John A., Representative in 41st Con-
gress, 2.
Groesbeck, William S., ballot for the Presidency,

210.
Habeas Corpus, PresidentGrant's proclamation sus-
pending, in certain counties of South Carolina,
13, 14; revoking the suspension as to Marion
county, South Carolina, 14, 15; suspending in
Union county, South Carolina, 15; votes on
motions to strike out of Ku Klux bill clause
authorizing suspension of, 87-88; votes on pro-
posed extension of clause suspending, 88.
Haight, Charles, Representative in 41st Con-
gress, 2.
Haldeman, Richard J., Representative in ,41st

Congress, 2; in 42d, 63.
Hale, Eugene, Representative in 41st Congress, 2;
in 42d, 63; amnesty bills, and votes on, 75-81;
bill of, respecting salt, 94; resolution of, respect-
ing salt and coal, 96.
Halsey, George A., Representative in 42d Con-
gress, 63.
Hambleton, Samuel, Representative in 41st Con-
gress, 2; in 42d, 63.
Hamill, Patrick, Representative in 41st Con-
gress, 2.
Hamilton, Charles M., Representative in 41st

Congress, 2.
Hamilton, Morgan C, Senator in 41st Congress, 1;

in 42d, 63.
Hamilton, William T., Senator in 41st Congress, 1;

in 42d, 62,
Hamlin, Hannibal, Senator in 41st Congress, 1;

in42d,62.
Hancock, John, Representative in 42d Congress,

64,
Handley, William A., Representative in 42d

.Congress, 63.
Hanks, James M., Representative in 42d Con-
gress, 64.
Harlan, James, Senator in 41st Congress, 1; in

42d, 63.
Harmer, Alfred C, Representative in 42d Con-
gress, 63.
Haf.per, James C, Representative in 42d Con-
gress, 63.
Haf.ris, George E., Representative in 41st Con-
gress, 2; in 42d', 63.
Hab.ris, John S., Senator in 41st Congress, 1.
Haf.ris, John T., Representative in 42d Congress, 03.

INDEX.

219

Havens, Harrison E., Representative in 42d Con-
gress 64
Hawkins, Isaac R., Representative in 41st Con-
gress, 2.
Hawley, John B., Representative in 41st Congress,
2; in 42d, 64; constitutional amendment pro-
posed by, 42.
Hawley, Joseph R., ballot for Vice President at

Philadelphia., 1872, 203.
Hay, John B., Representative in 41st Congress, 2;

in42d, 64.
Hays, Charles, Representative in 41st Congress 2; in 42d, 63.
Hazelton, Gerry W., Representative in 42d Con-
gress, 64.
Hazelton, John W., Representative in 42d Con-
gress, 63.
Heplin, Robert S., Representative in 41st Con-
gress, 2.
Hereford, Frank, Representative in 42d Congress,
64; amendment to educational bill, and vote on,
123-124; resolution of, respecting mixed schools,
and vote on, 124.
Herndon, William S., Representative in 42d Con-
gress, 6-t.
Hibbard, Ellery A., Representative in 42d Con-
gress, 63; resolution of, on tariff and taxation, 95.
Hill, John, Representative in 41st Congress, 2; in 42d. 63.

Hill, Joshua, Senator in 41st Congress, 1; in 42d, 62; amendment to amnesty and civil rights bill, and vote on. 78.

Hitchcock, PhineasW., Senator in 42d Congress,63.

Hoar, George E„ Representative in 41st Congress, 2; in 42d. 63.
Hoar, E. R., Attorney General, opinion on eight-
hour law, 69.
Hqge, Solomon L., Representative in 41st Con-
gress, 2.
Holman, William S.. Representative in 41st Con-
gress, 2; in 42d,63; amendment to educational
bill, and vote on, 123; amendment to Ku Klux
bill, 88; motions on and amendment to St.
Croix bill, and votes^on, 124-125, 127.
Holmes, Charles H., Representative in 41st Con-
gress, 2.
Homesteads, proposed amendments tosecure, 41,42.
Hooper, Samuel, Representative in 41st Congress, 2;
in 42d, 63; supplementary civil rights bill of, 83.
Hotchkiss,Giles W., Representative in 41st Con-
gress, 2.
Houghton, Sherman 0., Representative in 42dCon-
gress, 64.
House of Representatives, proposed amendment
respecting, 42; resolution on power of, respect-
ing treaties, 128; vote in 4th Congress as to
power over treaty stipulations, (note,) 128; reso-
lution on power of Senate to amend bills of,
128-129.
Howard, Jacob M., Senator in 41st Congress, 1; action on XIVth amendment, 43.
Howe, Timothy 0., Senator in 41st Congress, 1; in

42d, 63.
Howell, James B., Senator in 41st Congress, 1.
Idaho, population of, (note,)182; wealth, local debt, and taxation in, 183; manufactures, 191.
Illinois, Senators and Representatives in 41st Con-
gress, 1-2; in 42d, 63 64; Republican and Demo-
cratic platforms of 1871, 133-135; Republican,,
Democratic, and Liberal Republican of 1872,
154-156; apportionment of representation, pop-
ulation, and vote in Electoral College under
census of 1860 and 1870, 182; popular and elect-
oral vote at presidential election in 1868, 182;
election in 1870,182; in 1871,182; new constitu-
tion of the State of, 46-48; wealth, local debt,
and taxation in, 183; relative rank of, (note,)
183; manufactures, 191.
Immigrants, President Grant's special message respecting, 31, 32.
Imports, proposed amendment to prohibit duties on, 41; reduction of duties on, 185.
Indiana, Senators and Representatives in 41st Con-
gress, 1-2; in 42d, 63; resolution of senate of, on
XVth amendment, 44; Republican and Demo-
cratic platforms of 1872, 156-158; apportionment
of representation, population, and vote in
Electoral College under censuses of 1860 and 1870,
182; popular and electoral vote at presidential
election of 1868,182; election in 1870,182; wealth,
local debt, and taxation in,183; relative rank
in, (note,) 183; manufactures, 191.

Indians, President Grant on treatment of, 21, 26;
special message recommending territorial form
of government for, 27,28; sundry facts respect-
ing, (note,)190; amount annually spent on, from
1860 to 1871, inclusive, 187; gross amount spent
on, from 1789 to 1871, 188; items concerning
expenditures on, (note,) 190.
Ingersoll, Ebon C, Representative in 41st Con-
gress, 2; constitutional amendment proposed
by, 40.

Interest, paid, annual amount, on public debt, from
1860 to 1871, 187; gross amount, (note,) 187;
gross amount of, from 1789 to 1871,189.

Intermarriage of Whites And Blacks, proposed
amendment to prohibit, 41.

Internal Revenue, reduction of, 185; annual
amount of, irom 1863 to 1871,187 ; gross amount
of, from 1789 to 1871,187; table showing changes
in 1872, 202-203.

Iowa, Senators and Representatives in 41st Con-
gress, 1-2; in 42d, 63-64; Republican and Demo-
cratic platforms of 1871, 135-136; Republican,
Democratic, and Liberal Republican of 1872,158;
apportionment of representation, population,
and vote in Electoral College under census of
1860 and 1870, 182; popular and electoral vote at
presidential election of 1868, 182; election in
1870,182; in 1871,182; wealth, local debt, and
taxation in, 183; relative rank of, (note,) 183;
legislative action on female suffrage, 120-121;
manufactures, 191,

Iron, American, amendment to the St. Croix and
Lake Superior railroad bill, relative to use of,
and vote on, 126.

Jenckes, Thomas A., Representative in 41st Con-
gress, 2.

Jewett, Daniel T., Senator in 41st Congress,
(note,) 1.

Johnson-clarendon Convention, copy of the,
106-168.

Johnson, James A., Representative in 41st Con-
gress 2.

Johnston, John W., Senator in 41st Congress, 1;
in 42d, 62; amendment to enforcement act, 8.

Jones, Alexander H., Representative in 41st Con-
gress, 2.

Jones, Thomas L., Representative in 41st Congress,
2; resolution of, respecting right of secession
and amnesty, 36.

Jones, William T., constitutional amendment
proposed by, 42.

Judd, Norman B., Representative in 41st Congress, 2.

Judicial Expenses from 1860 to 1871, inclusive,
(note,) 187-188.

Julian,George W., Representative in 41st Congress,
2; constitutional amendment proposed by, 40;
ballots for Vice President, 206; for the Pres-
idency, 211.

Kansas, Senators and Representatives in 41st Con-
gress, 1, 3; in 42d. 63, 64; Republican, Demo-
cratic,and Liberal Republican platforms of 1872,
158-159; apportionment of representation, pop-
ulation, and vote in Electoral College under cen-
sus of 1860 and 1870, 182; popular and electoral
vote at presidential election of 1868,182; election
in 1870, 182; wealth, local debt, and taxation
in, 183; relative rank of, (note,) 183; manufac-
tures, 191.

Kelley, William D., Representative in 41st Con-
gress, 2; in 42d, 63; resolutions of, on tariff and
taxation, 37, 96; motions on tariff by, 93.

Kellogg, Stephen W., Representative in 41st Con-
gress, 2; in 4zd, 63.

Kellogg, William P., Senator in 41st Congress, 1;
in 42d, 63.

Kelly, James K., Senator in 42d Congress, 63.

Kelsey, William H., Representative in 41st Con-
gress, 2.

Kendall. Charles W., Representative in 42dCon-
gress, 64.

Kentucky, Senators and Representatives in 41st
Congress, 1-2; in42d,63; Republican andDemo-
ocratic platforms of 1871, 136-137; Republican
and Democratic of 1872, 159-160; apportionment
of representation, population, and vote in Elec-
toral College under censuses of 1860 and 1870,182;
popular and electoral vote at presidential elec-
tion of 1868, 182; election in 1870, 182; in 1871,
182; wealth, local debt, and taxation in, 183;
relative rank of, (note,) 183; manufactures, 191.

Kerr, Michael C, Representative in 41st Congress*
2; 42d, 63.

Ketcham, John H., Representative in 41st Con-
gress, 2; in 42d, 63; motion on St. Croix bill, and
vote on, 126.

Killinger, John W., Representative in 42d Con-
gress, 63; resolution respesting public lands,
128; amendment to the St. Croix bill, and vote
on, 126.

King, Andrew, Representative in 42d Congress, 64;
constitutional amendment proposed by, 41. Kinsella Thomas, Representative in 42d Congress,
63.

Knapp, Charles, Representative in 41st Congress, 2. Knott, J. Proctor, Representative in 41st Con-
gress, 2.

Ku Klux Act, President Grant's proclamation call-
ing attention to the, 12,13; his message on, and
his action under, 25, 26; copyof, 85-87; votes on,
87,88,89; proposed extension of, 89, 90. Labor Question, The, votes referring to, 69, 70, 71,
72; votes on the bill to create commission to
investigate condition of, 71; votes on, 71, 72.

Laplin, Addison H., Representative in 41st Con-
gress, 2. Lamison, Charles N., Representative in 42d Con-
gress, 63. Lamport, William H., Representative in 42d Con-
gress, 63. Land Policy, President Grant on, 21, 22, 26. Lands, farm statistics of, 184; public, disposition
made of, 185-186; receipts from, from 1789 to 1871,
187. Lansing, William B., Representative in 42d Con-
gress, 63.

Lash, Israel G., Representative in 41st Congress, 2. Lawrence, William, Representative in 41st Con-
gress, 2; constitutional amendment proposed
by, 40.

Leach, James M., Representative in 42d Con-
gress, 63. "legal-tender" Notes, proposed amendment
respecting, 40; decision of Supreme Court of
United States in 1871 upon, 52-62; proposed bill
to receive them in one third payment of cus-
toms, and vote on, 127. Lewis, John F., Senator in 41st Congress, 1; in 42d,
62; ballot for, for Vice President atPhiladelphia,
1872, 203. Lewis, Joseph H., Representative in 41st Con-
gress, 2; in42d, 63.

Liberal Republican National Platform of 1872,
206-208.

Lincoln, Abraham, popular and electoral vote for,
in 1860 and 1864, (note,) 182.

Loan of 1870, vote of House on method of negoti-
ating, 128.

Logan, John A., Representative in 41st Congress, 2;
Senator in 42d, 63; resignation of, (note,) 64.

Long, James E., Representative in 41st Congress, 2.

Loughridge, William, Representative in 41st
Congress, 2; reporton woman suffrage, 110-117.

Louisiana, Senators and Representatives in 41st
Congress, 1-2; in 42d, 63; Republican, (two
wings,) and Reform platforms of 1872,160-162;
apportionment of representation, population,
and vote in Electoral College under censuses of
1860 and 1870,182; popular and electoral vote at
presidential election of 1868, 182; election in
1870, 182; amendments to constitution of, 48;
wealth, local debt, and taxation in, 183; relative
rank of, (note,) 183; manufactures, 191.

Lowe, David P., Representative in 42d Congress,
64.

Lumber, provisions in treaty of Washington relative
to American, 103.

Lynch, John, Representative in 41st Congress, 2; in
42d, 63.

Maine, Senators and Representatives in 41st Con-
gress, 1-2; in 42d, 62-63; Republican and Demo-
cratic platforms of 1872,162-163; apportionment
of representation, population, and vote in Elect-
oral College under censuses of 1860 and 1870,182;
popular and electoral vote at presidential elec-
tion of 1868, 182; election in 1870, 182; in 1871,
182; wealth, local debt, and taxation in, 183;
relative rank of, (note,) 183;legislative action of,
on female suffrage, 121; manufactures, 191. Manning, John, jr., Representative in 41st Con-
gress, 2. Manson, Mahlon D., Representative in 42d Con-
gress, 63. Manufactures, table showing total value of gross
production of, 1850,1860, and 1870,191.

Marshall, Samuel S., Representative in 41st Con-
gress, 2; in 42d, 64. Maryland, Senators and Representatives in 41st
Congress, 1-2; in 42d, 62-63; Republican plat-
form of 1871, 137-138; Republican of 1872, 163;
apportionment of representation, population,
and vote in Electoral College under censuses of
1860 and 1870,182; popular and electoral vote at
presidential election of 1868, 182; election in
1870,182; in 1871, 182; wealth, local debt, and
taxation in, 183; relative rank of, (note,) 183;
manufactures, 191.

Massachusetts, Senators and Representatives in
41st Congress, 1-2; in 42d, 62-63; Republican
platform of 1871, 138-139; apportionment of rep-
resentation, population, and vote in Electoral
College under censuses of 1860 and 1870, 183;
popular and electoral vote at "residential elec-
tion of 1868, 182; election in 1870, 182; in 1871,
182; wealth, local debt, and taxation in, 183;
relative rank of, (note.) 183; legislative action
of, on female suffrage, 121; manufactures, 191.

Mayham, Stephen L., Representative in 41st Con-
gress, 2. Maynard, Horace, Representative in 41st Congress,
2; in42d,63; uaotionon civil rights bill, 74; bal-
lot for Vice President at Philadelphia, 1872, 203.

M'carthy, Dennis, Representative in 41st Con-
gress, 2. M'clellan, George B., popular and electoral vote
for, in 1864, (note,) 182.

Mcclelland, William, Representative in 42d
Congress, 63.

Mccormick, James R., Representative in 41st
Congress, 2; in 421, 64.

Mccrary, George W., Representative in 41st Con-
gress, 2; in 42d,64; constitutional amendment
proposed by, 42. Mccreery, Thomas C, Senator in 41st Congress, 1
resolution of, respecting the Arlington estate
37-38. Mcdonald, Alexander, Senator in 41st Congress, 1

Mcgrew, James C, Representative in 41st Congress.
3;in42d,64.

Mchenry, Henry D., Representative in 42d Con-
gress, 63.

Mointyre, Archibald T.. Representative in 42d
Congress, 63; constitutional amendment pro-
posed by, 42. Mcjunkin, Ebenezer, Representative in 42d Con-
gress, 63. Mckee, George C, Representative in 41st Congress
2; in42d, 63.

Mckenzie, Lewis, Representative in 41st Con-
gress, 2.

Mckinney, John E., Representative in 42d Con-
gress, 63. Mcneely, Thompson W., Representative in 41st
Congress, 2; in 42d, 64; constitutional amend-
ment proposed by, 41. Mcpherson, Edward, Clerk of the House of Rep-
resentatives in 41st Congress, 2; in 42d, 63.

Merchandise, President Grant's proclamation dis-
continuing discriminating duties on, 15,16. Mercur, Ulysses, Representative in 41st Congress,
2; in 42d, 63; resolution of, respecting tea and
coffee, and vote on, 92,- motion on bill respecting
tea and coffee, and vote on, 92-93. Merriam, Clinton L., Representative in 42d Con-
gress, 63. Merrick, William M., Representative in 42d Con-
gress, 63.

Messages, President Grant's second and third
annual, 16-27; special, 17-32, 105. Mexican Affairs, President Grant on, 17, 18, 24.

Meyers, Benjamin E., Representative in 42d Con-
gress, 63. Michigan, Senators and Representatives in 41st
Congress, 1-2; in 42d, 63-64; Republican plat-
form of 1871, 139; Republican and Democratic,
of 1872, 163; apportionment of representation,
population, and vote in Electoral College under
censuses of 1860 and 1870, 182; popular and elect-
oral vote at presidential election of 1868,182;
election in 1870,182; in 1871,182; proposed amend-
ments to constitution of, 48, 49; wealth, local
debc.and taxation in, 183; relative rankof, (note,)
183; manufactures, 191. Miller, H. V. M., Senator in 41st Congress, 1.

Milnes, William, jr., Representative in 41st Con-
gress, 2. Mines, product of, (note,) 191.

INDEX.

221

Minnesota, Senators and Representatives in 41st
Congress, 1-3; in 42d, 63-64; Republican and
Democratic platforms of 1872, 163-164; appor-
tionment of representation, population, and
vote in Electoral College under censuses of 1860
and 1870, 182; popular and electoral vote at
presidential election of 1868,182; election in 1870,
182; in 1871,182; wealth, local debt, and taxa-
tion in, 183; relative rank of, (note,) 183; manu-
factures. 191.

Minority Representation, provision of new con-
stitution of State of Illinois, respecting, 46.

Miscellaneous, Political, 127-132. Miscellaneous Receipts And Expenditures, an-
nual, from 186:) ro 1871, 187; gross amount of,
from 1789 to 1871,187-189; items of expenditures,
(note,) 190.

Mississippi, Senators and Representatives in 41st
Congress, 1-2; in 42d, 62-63; Republican and
Democratic platforms ol 1872, 164; apportion-
ment of representation, population, and vote in
Electoral College under censuses of 1860 and 1870,
182; election in 1869, 182; wealth, local debt,
and taxation in, 183; relative rank of, (note,) 183;
manufactures, 191. Missouri, Senators and Representatives in 41st
Congress, 1-2; in 42d, 63-64; Republican, Dem-
ocratic, and Liberal Republican platforms of
1872,164-166; apportionment of representation,
population, and vote in Electoral College under
censuses of I860'and 1870,182; popular and elect-
oral vote at presidential election of 1868, 182;
election in 1870,182; amendments to constitu-
tion of, 49-50; wealth, local debt, and taxation
in, 183; relative rank of, (note,) 183; manufac-
tures, 191. Mitchell, Alexander, Representative in 42d Con-
gress, 61.

Mixed Schools, amendment respecting, 41; reso-
lutions relative to, and votes on, 123-124. Monroe, James, Representative in 42d Congress, 63. Montana,population »-f, (note,) 182; wealth, local
debt, and taxation in, 183; manufactures, 191. Moore, Eliakim H., Representative in 41st Con-
gress, 2. Moore, Jesse II., Representative in 41st Congress,
2; in 42d, 64.

Moore, William, Representative in 41st Con-
gress, 2.

Morey, Prank, Representative in 41st Congress, 2;
in 42d, 63. Morgan, George W., Representative in 41st Con-
gress, 2; in 42d, 63; constitutional amendment
proposed by, and votes on, 41; resolution on
taxation on tea, coffee, &e„ and United States
bonds, 37. Morphis, Joseph L., Representative in 41st Con-
gress, 2; in 42d, 63. Morrell, Daniel J., Representative in 41st Con-
gress, 2.

Morrill, Justin S., Senator in 41st Congress, 1; in
42d,62; motion to repeal the eight-hour law, 70;
motions respecting tariff legislation, 92. Morrill, Lot M., Senator in 41st Congress, 1; in
42d, 62.

Morrill, Samuel P., Representative in 41st Con-
gress. 2. Morrissey, John, Representative in 41st Con-
gress, 2. Morton. Oliver P., Senator in 41st Congress, 1; in
42d, 63; amendments to the Ku Klux bill, and
vote on, 88; amendment to amnesty bill, and
votes on. 77,78,79, 81.

Mungen, William, Representative in 41st Con-
gress, 2. Myers, Leonard, Representative in 41st Congress,
2; in 42d, 63. National Conventions, 203-213; Republican, 203-
205; Liberal Republican. 206-208; Democratic,
210; Labor Reform. 210-212; Colored, 212-213. National Debt, from 1857 to 1872, and of each Ad-
ministration from Washington to Grant, 184. National Platforms, of 1872. 203-213. National Loan of 18/0, vote of the House on method
of negotiating, 128.

Naturalized Citizens, proposed amendments on
eligibility of, for the Presidency, 39,41-42; votes
thereon, 41-42. Navigation Of The St. Lawrence, &c,, provision
in treaty of Washington relative to, 102.

Navy^department Expenditures, annual, from 1860to 1871, inclusive, 187; gross amount of, from
1789 to 1871, 188; items of, (note,) 188. |

Nebraska, Senators and Representatives in 41st
Congress, 2, 3; in 42d, 63, 64; Republican plat-
form of 1872,166; apportionment of representa-
tion, population, and vote in Electoral College
under censuses of 1860and 1870,182; popular and
electoral vote at presidential election of 1868,
182; election in 1870, 182; votes upon the new
constitution of,50; wealtb, local debt, and tax-
ation in, 183; relative rank of, (note,)183; man-
ufactures, 191.

Negley, James S., Representative in 41stCongress,
2; in 42d. 63.

Neutrality Proclamations, 8-11.

Nevada, Senators and Representatives in 41st Congress, 1,3; in42d,63,64; apportionments rep-
resentation, population, and vote in Electoral
College undercensuses of 1860 and 1870,182; popu-
lar and electoral vote at presidential election of
1868, 182; election in 1870,182; wealth, local debt,
and taxation in, 183; relative rank of, (note,)
183; manufactures, 191.

New Departure Platform, (note,) 143-144.

New Hampshire, Senators and Representatives in
41st Congress, 1-2: in 42d, 62-63; Republican
platform of 1871,139; Republican of 1872,166-167;
apportionment of representation, population,
and vote in Electoral College under censuses of
1860 and 1870, 182; popular and electoral vote at
presidential election of 1868, 182; election in
1870, 182; in 1871,182; in 1872. 131; wealth, local
debt, and taxation in, 183: relative rank of,
(note,) 183; manufactures, 191.

New Jersey, Senators and Representatives in 41st
Congress, 1-2; in 42d, 62-63; Republican and
Democratic platform of 1871, 139-140; Repub-
lican, Democratic, and Liberal Republican of
1872, 167-168; apportionment of representation,
population, and vote in Electoral Collegeunder
censuses of 1860and 1870, 182; popularand elect-
oral vote at presidential election of 1868,182;
election in 1870.182: in 1871,182; action of Legis-
lature of 1871 on XVth amendment, 130;
wealth, local debt, and taxation in, 183: relative
rank of, (note,) 183; manufactures, 191. New Mexico, population of, (note,) 182; wealth,
local debt, and taxation in, 183; manufactures,
191.

New Orleans National Platform of 1872, (col-
ored,) 212-213.

Newsham, James P., Representative in 41st Con-
gress, 2.

New York, Senators and Representatives in 41st
Congress, 1-2; in 42d, 62-63: Republican and
Democratic platforms of 1871, 140-142; Repub-
lican, Democratic, colored people's of 1872,
168-170; apportionment of representation, pop-
ulation, and vote in Electoral College under
censuses of 1860 and 1870,182; popular and elect-
oral vote at presidential election of 1868, 182;
election in 1870, 182; in 1871, 182; manufac-
tures, 191; action of Legislature of 1872 on fif-
teenth amendment, 129-130; wealth, local debt,
and taxation in, 183; relative rank of, (note.)
183.

Niblack, William E., Representative in 41st Con-
gress, 2; in 42d, 63; motion on supplementary
civil rights bill, and vote on, 84.

North Carolina, Senators and Representatives in
41st Congress, 1-2; in 42d,62-63; proposed amend-
ments to constitution of, 50-51; Republican and
Democratic platforms, of 1872, 170-171; appor-
tionment of representation, population, and
vote in Electoral College under censuses of 1860
and 1870, 182; popular and electoral vote at
presidential election of 1868, 182; election in
1870, 182; in 1871,182; wealth, local debt, and
taxation in, 183; manufactures, 191; relative
rank of, (note,) 183; proposed amendments to
constitution of, 50-51.

Norton, Daniel 8., Senator in 41st Congress, 1;
death ot, (note,) 1.

Norwood, Thomas M., Senator in 42d Congress, 62,

No Yes, E. ¥., ballot for Vice President at Phila-
delphia, 1872, 203. Nye, James W., Senator in 41st Congress, 1; in
42d,63.

Obligation Of Contracts, proposed amendments
to prohibit impairing the, 40, 42. Office, proposed rules for appointment to, 66-69. Officers, proposed amendments to secure election
of, 40, 42. Offices, bills to repeal the act relating to the tenure
of civil, 34, 127.

Ohio, Senators and Representatives in 41st Con-
gress, 1-2; in 42d, 63; Republican', Democratic,
and "new departure" platforms of 1871,142-145;
Republican, Democratic, and prohibition of 1872,
171-172; apportionment of representation, popu-
lation, and vote in Electoral College under cen-
suses of 1860 and 1870, 182; popular and electoral
vote at presidential election of 1868,182; election
in 1870,182; in 1871,182; wealth, local debt, and
taxation in, 183; relative rank of, (note,) 183;
manufactures, 191; voteon proposed amendment
to constitution of, and on calling a constitutional
convention in, 130.
O'neill, Charles, Representative in 41st Con-
gress, 2.
One-term Amendments, proposed, on the Presi-

'dency, 39-40, 41.
Oregon, Senators and Representatives in 41st Con-
gress, 1,3; in 42d, 63, 64; Republican and Demo-
cratic platforms of 1872, 172-173; apportionment
of representation, population, and vote in Elec-
toral College under census of 1860 and 1870,182;
popular and electoral vote at presidential elec-
tion of 1868,182; election in 1870,182; wealth,
local debt, and taxation in, 183; relative rank
of, (note,) 183; manufactures, 191.
Orr, Jackson, Representative in 42d Congress, 64.
Orth, Godlove S., Representative in 41st Con-
gress, 2.
Osborn, Thomas W., Senator in 41st Congress, 1; in 42d,-63.
Pacific Railroad Company,(Texas,) grant of lands to the, and votes on, 34,36.
Packard, Jasper, Representative in 41st Congress,

2; in42d, 63.
Packer, John B., Representative in 41st Congress,

2; in 42d, 63.
Paine. Halbert E., Representative in 41st Con-
gress, 2.
Paine, William W., Representative in 41st Con-
gress, 2.
Palmer, Erank W.f Representative in 41st Con-
gress, 2; in 42d, 64.
Palmer, John M., ballot forVice President, 206; for

the Presidency, 211.
Palmer, Sir Roundell, counsel of Great Britain at tribunal of arbitration, 106.
Parker, Hosea W., Representative in 42d Con-
gress, 63; resolution of, on tariff and taxa-
tion, 95.
Parker, Isaac C, Representative in 42d Con-
gress, 64; constitutional amendment proposed
by, 42.
Parker, Joel, ballots for the Presidency and nom-
ination for Vice President, 210-211; declination
of, 212.
Patterson, James W., Senator in 41st Congress, 1;in 42d, 62.
Peck, Erasmus D., Representative in 41st Congress, 2; in 42d, 63.
Pendleton, George H., motion on reconstruction bill in 37th Congress, 132.
Pendleton, James M., Representative in42d Con-
gress, 63.
Pennsylvania, Senators and Representatives in
41st Congress, 1-2; in 42d, 62-63; Republican
and Democratic platforms of 1871,145-146; Re-
publican, Democratic, and Labor Reform of
1872, 173-175; apportionment of representation,
population, and vote in Electoral College under
census of 1860 and 1870, 182; popular and elect-
oral vote at presidential election of 1868,182;
election in 1870,182; in 1871, 182; call for con-
stitutional convention in, 130-131; wealth,local
debt, and taxation in, 183: relative rank of,
(note,) 183; manufactures, 191.
Pensions, annual amount paid from 1860 to 1871,
inclusive, 187; gross amount of, from 1789 to
1871, 188; items of, (note,) 190.
Peroe, Legrand W., Representative in 41st Con-
gress, 2; in 42d, 63.
Perry, Aaron F., Representative in 42d Con-
gress. 63.
Perry, Eli, Representative in 42d Congress, 63.
Peters, John A., Representative in 41st Congress,
2; in 42d, 63; resolution of, respecting validity
of the Xlllth, XlVth, and XVth amendments,
said votes on, 44, 45; bill to repeal the "test-
oath," 127.
Phelps, Darwin, Representative in 41st Congress, 2.
Philadelphia National Platform of 1872, 203-

205.
Phillips, Wendell, ballots for the Presidency,211.

Pig Iron, resolution and vote on, 96.

Platforms, State, of 1871 and 1872. (See State Plat-
forms.)

Platforms, National. (See National Platforms.)

Platt, James H., jr., Representative in 41st Con-
gress, 2; in 42d, 63.

Poland, Luke P., Representative iti 41st Congress,
2; in 42d, 63; proposed constitutional amend-
ment, 42: amendments to civil rights bill, and
votes on, 74-75; amendment to amnesty bill, and
vote on, 81; motion on extension of Ku Klux
act, and vote on, 90.

Political Votes in third session of 41st Congress,
33-38.

Polygamy, President Grant on, 26.

Pomeroy, Charles, Representative in 41st Con-
gress, 2.

Pomeroy, Samuel C, Senator in 41st Congress, 1;
in 42d, 63; constitutional amendmen*, proposed
by, 38; amendments on labor commission bill, 71.

Pool, John, Senator in 41st Congress, 1; in 42d, 62.

Popular Vote in 1868, 182; in 1860, (note,) 182.

Population Of States And Territories, under
censuses of 1860 and 1870, 182.

Porter, Charles H., Representative in 41st Con-
gress, 2; in 42d, 63.

Post Office Department, statement of business of,
190,191.

Potter, Clarkson N., Representative in 41st Con-
gress, 2; in 42d, 63; constitutional amendments
proposed by, 40, 41.

Pratt, Daniel D , Senator in 41st Congress, 1; in
42d, 63; amendments to amnesty bill, and votes
on, 79, 80.

Premiums on gold received and paid, amount of,
(note,) 187.

Presidency, proposed amendments respecting, 39, 40,41, 42.
Presidential Elections of 1860, 1864, and 1868,

votes at, 182; see table and note.

Price, William P., Representative in 41st Congress,
2; in 42d, 63.

Prindle, Elizur H., Representative in 42d Con-
gress, 63.

Prisoners Of War, Mr. Shanks's joint resolution
relative to the treatment of, 127-128.

Privileges Of The House, resolutions relat.'ve to,
and votes on, 128-129.

Proclamations Of President Grant, 8-16.

Productions, farming, &c, statistics of, 184.

Property Qualification For Suffrage, proposi-
tion to abolish, as to naturalized citizens in
Rhode Island, 51.

Prosser, William E., Representative in 41st Con-
gress, 2.

Public Debt, from 1857 to June 30,1872,184; of each
Administration, from Washington to Grant, 184.

Public Lands, proposed amendments respecting, 41, 42, and vote on, 41; resolution respecting,
128; statement showing lands sold, granted, and
remaining on hand, 185; quantity of, in each
State and Territory, 186; receipts from, from
1789 to 1871,187.

Railroads, provisions in the new constitution of
Illinois respecting, 47; State of Michigan, 48-49;
quantity of land approved under grants to, and
actually granted to. 186.

Rainey, Joseph H., Representative in 41st Con-
gress, 2: in42d,63.

Ramsey, Alexander, Senator in 41st Congress, 1;
in 42d, 63.

Randall, Samuel J., Representative in 41st Con-
gress, 2; in 42d, 63; amnesty bill, and voteon,
82-83; bill of, respecting tea and coffee, 91.

Ransom, Matthew W., Senator in 42d Congress, 62.

Ratio, Representative, under censuses of 1860 and
1870, (note,) 182,183.

Read, William B., Representative in 42d Con-
gress, 63.

Receipts and Expenditures of the Government
from 1860 to 1871, inclusive, 187-191.

Reconstruction Rill reported in 37th Congress,
131-132.

Reductions. Revenue, tables showing, 185.

Reeves, Henry A., Representative in 41st Con-
gress, 2. Registry Tax, proposition to abolish, in Rhode
Island, 51. Religious Amendment, 43.

Religious Schools, proposed amendments pro-
hibiting payments to, 39, 40. Representative, Ratio, 1860, 1870, (note,) 182-183;

! apportionment, 182.

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