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THE CONGRESSIONAL GLOBE,

FOR THE

SECOND SESSION, THIRTY-THIRD CONGRESS:

CONTAINING

SPEECHES, IMPORTANT STATE PAPERS, LAWS, ETC.

BY JOHN C. RIVES.

NEW SERIES..... VOL. XXXI.

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

1855.

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TO THE APPENDIX TO THE CONGRESSIONAL GLOBE.

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A.

li Bayard, the late James A., vindication of the l| Campbell, Lewis D. Continued.
- Adams, Stephen, a Senator from Mississippi,

character of, by-

remarks in regard to Kansas and Nebraska,
incidental remarks by..............302, 309

Mr. Bayard ....

Georgia and Ohio, and free labor and slave
remarks on propositions to amend the Post Office

Mr. Cass....

labor.........

..............39
appropriation bill.........272, 274, 275, 278

Mr. Hunter ........

remarks in reply to Mr. Stephens, of Georgia,
Administration, the policy of the, diecussed in the

Mr. Mason.........................140 on free labor os, slave labor.............321
House of Representatives............31, 70

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

Carpenter, Davis, a Representative from New
Agricultural statistics .........

Bayly, Thomas H., & Representative from Vire York

.........39,
41, 48, 64, 105, 106, 107, 261, 326, 327, 347

ginia, incidental remarks by.............33 remarks in regard to the veto of the river and
Alliance with France, General Washington's an.

Bell, John, a Senator from Tennessee, incidental harbor bill...........................259
nouncement to the Army of the, in 1778..253

remarks by.......................159, 309 | Cass, Lewis, a Senator from Michigan-
American politics, discussion in the House of

remarks on propositions to amend the Post remarks relative to the charges in Jefferson's
Representatives in regard to, by-

Office appropriation bill............275, 276 papers against the late James A. Bayard, 140
Mr. Banks .....

Benjamin, Judah P., a Senator from Louisiana Catholicity, the question of toleration in regard to,
Mr. Cox.......

1.70 remarks on the bill to protect Federal officers in discussed in House of Representatives, by-
Mr. Keiti....

..66 executing the laws of the United States. .212, Mr. Banks..........................48
Mr. Sunith, of Alabama.......

219, 223, 239, 244

Mr. Barry:...........................53
Mr. Sollers..........................82

remarks on propositions to amend the Post Mr. Chandler....
Mr. Yates............

........248

Office appropriation bill............273, 274 Mr. Cox............................70
Appropriations, list of, made in the second session

Benton, Thomas H., a Representative from Mis Mr. Keitt............................66
of the Thirty-Third Congress...........425
souri-

Mr. Smith, of Alabama...............94
Armstrong, the brig-see General Armstrong.

remarks on the Pacific railroad bill.........73 Chamberlain, Ebenezer M., a Representative from
Army, remarks in the House of Representatives

remarks on the French spoliation bill......118 Indiana -
on the bill to increase the regular, by four

remarks on the proposition to raise four new il remarks in regard to a proposed mediation on
additional regiments, by Mr. Benton ....334

regiments for ihe regular Army of the Uni the part of the United States to settle the dif-
ted States ....

ficulties in the East.................... 109
B.

Boyce, William W., a Representative from South Chandler, Joseph R., a Representative from Penn-
Badger, George E., a Senator from North Caro Carolina

sylvania, incidental remarks by.........98,
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remarks on the subject of the annexation of

191, 192, 202
remarks on the bill to give protection to Federal

Cuba .i......
.................91

remarks in regard to the temporal power of the
officers in executing the laws of the United Breckinridge, John C., a Representative from Pope and to true Catholic doctrine......111
States...................214, 218, 226, 229 Kentucky-

remarks on the bill to remodel the diplomatic
remarks on the bill providing for the ocean mail remarks on the Texas debt bill............155 and consular systems of the United States, 162

steamers ................286, 289, 290, 291 || remarks on the bill making appropriations for Chase, Salmon P., a Senator from Ohio-
Bailey, David J., a Representative from Cheurgia, || the Collins line........................188 remarks on the bill to protect Federal officers in

incidental remarks by......... ........323 | Bright, Jesse D, a Senator from Indiana, inci. executing the laws of the United States. .211,
remarks in reply to Mr. Campbell, of Onio, dental remarks by.....................

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212, 213, 217, 234 ·
· touching the powers of the Federal Govern- || Brodhead, Richard, a Senator from Pennsylvania, remarks on the bill making appropriation for the
ment over the Territories and the slave ques. incidental remarks by..................302 ocean mail service............302, 303, 304

.........327 remarks on the bill proposing to grant to rail. Chastain, Elijah W., a Representative from Geor.
Banks, Nathaniel P., jr., a Representative from road companies three years in which to pay gia-
Massachusetts

the duties on iron imported for railroad pur. remarks on the subject of the acquisition of
remarks on American politics, Know.Noth poses...........

........159

Cuba ................................92
ingism and Catholicity ......... .........48 remarks on propositions to annend

Clingman, Thomas L., a Representative from
Barry, William S., a Representative from Mis Office appropriation bill. ...........273, 276 North Carolina, incidental remarks by..110,
Bissippi, incidental remarks by..49, 50, 96, 190 Brown, Albert G., a Senator from Mississippi,

156
remarks in regard to civil and reli. ivus tolera incidental remarks by..................232 remarks on the joint resolution proposing a

tion and Know-Nothingisın..............53 remarks on propositions to amend the Post peace mediation by the United States to the
Bayard, James A., a Senator from Delaware-

Office appropriation bill. ......273, 274, 275 Powers engaged in the Eastern war......60
remarks on the bill to modify and amend the Butler, Andrew P., a Senator from South Caro- Clay, Clement C., jr., a Senator from Alabama,
judicial system.........................85

incidental remarks by..................197
remarks in regard to the aspersions upon the remarks on the bill to give protection to the Clayton, John M., a Senator from Delaware, jiri.

character of the late James A. Bayard, of Del. Federal officers in executing the laws of the dental remarks by.....................296
aware, contained in the “ Anas" of Thomas United States....224, 226, 227, 228, 244, 246 | remarks on propositions to amend the Posi
Jefferson, as published under the authority of remarks on the bill making appropriation ior the Office appropriation bill................278

Congress.............................135 ocean mail steamers...........291, 292, 302 remarks on the biil making appropriarion for
remarks on the bill to give protection to Federal

the ocean mail service.........310, 311, 312
officers in executing the laws of the United

Colleges and schools, statistics of certain......42
States...................218, 221, 226, 243 Campbell, James, Postmaster General, report Collins steamers—see Mail Steamer Serrice.
remarks on the bill providing for ocean maill

Colt's patent for improvement in fire-arms, re-
.........286, il Campbell, Lewis D., a Representative from Onio, marks in the Senate on the bill to extend, by
288, 289, 290, 295, 296, 297, 301, 304 11 incidental remarks by.....103, 106, 107, 328 Mr. James .........

..........366

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