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Able, Barton. (See Testimony.)
Acquittal on Article XI..

II..
III.

Mr. Curtis.

Mr. Stanbery.
Manager Wilson.

judgment of, entered..
Adjournment sine die..
Admissibility of testimony. (See Evidence.)

Admissions to the floor, order (in Senate) that, during the trial, no person besides those who have the
privilege of the floor, &c., shall be admitted except upon tickets issued by the Sergeant-at-arms-[By
Mr. Anthony:] agreed to.
Alta Vela letter..

remarks on, by

Manager Butler
Mr. Nelson

Manager Logan

Answer, application of counsel for forty days to prepare.

discussed by

Manager Bingham..

Mr. Edmunds..

Mr. Drake...

Mr. Trumbull

[The Roman numerals indicate the volumes.]

denied

orders offered fixing day for respondent to file, by

INDEX.

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Anthony, Henry B., a senator from Rhode Island.

orders by

Application of counsel for forty days to prepare answer. denied..

for thirty days to prepare for trial

denied, (yeas 12, nays 41)..

for three days to prepare proofs

granted...

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Manager Bingham

Mr. Frelinghuysen...

Mr. Sumner..

Mr. Sherman

Mr. Conness..

Mr. Doolittle

Mr. Stewart.

Mr. Vickers

Mr. Johnson...

Mr. Corbett

Mr. Henderson

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.II—144, 265, 266, 267, 268, 280, 281, 282, 283, 284, 307
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Mr. Trumbull

Mr. Buckalew

Mr. Cameron.

Mr. Yates...

exhibits accompanying

A, message of President, March 2, 1867, returning with objections tenure-of-office bill..

B, message of President, December 12, 1867, announcing suspension of Secretary Stanton.
C, address to President, by Hon. Reverdy Johnson, August 18, 1866, communicating proceedings of
National Union Convention

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-II-144, 262, 280, 306

for adjournment in consequence of illness of Mr. Stanbery. Argument, right of counsel making motion to open and close, thereon final, orders offered to fix the number of speakers on, by

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(in Senate,) that during the trial no persons besides those who have the privilege of the floor, &c.,
shall be admitted except upon tickets issued by the Sergeant-at-arms. Agreed to...
that no senator shall speak more than once, nor to exceed fifteen minutes during deliberation on
final question, except by leave of Senate, to be had without debate, as provided by Rule xxiii,
offered

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tabled, (yeas 28, nays 20).

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.II-474
that on Wednesday, (May 13,) at 12 o'clock, the Senate shall proceed to vote, without debate, on
the several articles, &c.; offered and rejected, (yeas 13, nays 27).
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remarks by..

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Argument, final-Continued.

order that as many of managers as desire be permitted to file, or address Senate orally, the conclusion
of oral argument to be by one manager-[By Mr. Trumbull.]
offered.

adopted, (yeas 28, nays 22).
Argument on the case by-

Manager Butler
Mr. Curtis...
Manager Logan
Manager Boutwell
Mr. Nelson....
Mr. Groesbeck
Manager Stevens.
Manager Williams.
Mr. Evarts

Mr. Stanbery.

Manager Bingham..

Armstrong, William W. (See Testimony.)

Articles of impeachment exhibited by House of Representatives..
vote on. (See Question.)

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Bayard, James A., a senator from Delaware

remarks on the competency of the President pro tempore to sit as a member of the court..

B.

argument by-

on application of counsel for forty days to prepare answer..
for thirty days to prepare for trial.

on motion to fix day for trial to proceed...

on right of managers to close debate on interlocutory questions..

on authority of Chief Justice to decide questions of evidence.

on motion in regard to rule limiting argument on final question..

on right of Counsel to renew examination of a witness recalled by court..

on admissibility-

of Adjutant General Thomas's declarations to Mr. Burleigh, February 21, 1868
to clerks of War Department...

order by-

that no senator shall speak more than once, nor to exceed thirty minutes, during deliberations on
final question; offered and rejected, (yeas 16, nays 34)
remarks by.
Bingham, John A., of Ohio, a manager, chairman..................
motions by-

that upon filing replication the trial proceed forthwith; offered and denied, (yeas 25, nays 26). .I-25
to amend Rule XXI, so as to allow such of managers and counsel as desire to be heard to speak on
final argument..

I-450

of President's letter to General Grant, unaccompanied with enclosures..

of appointment of Edmund Cooper, to be Assistant Secretary of the Treasury
of President's declarations to Adjutant General Thomas, February 21..
prior to March 9

of question, Whether General Sherman gave President an opinion, &c
of President's message to Senate, February 24

final, on the case...
Blodgett, Foster.
Boutwell, George S., of Massachusetts, a manager.

(See Testimony.)

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argument by-

on application of counsel for thirty days to prepare for trial..
on authority of Chief Justice to decide questions of evidence
on admissibility-

remarks by

opinion on the case

Burleigh, Walter A. (See Testimony.)

Butler, Benjamin F., of Massachusetts, a manager..

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..I-377, 390, 397
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.II-67, 84, 99
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.II-230, 249
.II-269, 284, 308, 336
.II-359, 360

.II-389, 447

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argument by-

on motion to fix a day for trial to proceed...

on motion relating to the number of speakers on final argument
on application of counsel for thirty days to prepare for trial.
opening, on the case

on authority of Chief Justice to decide questions of evidence

on right of counsel to renew examination of a witness recalled by court

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.I-69, 77, 78
.I-32, 33
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.I-450, 534
..I-524, 525, 527

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.I--213

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I-262

.I-425

.I-430

I-498, 505, 506

.I-540, 541, 542, 543

..II-389, 447

.I-4, 17

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..I-181, 184

of telegrams relating to the reconstruction of Alabama..

of extracts from records of Navy Department..

final, on the case

remarks on the case of the removal of Timothy Pickering..

on motion relating to the number of speakers on final argument.
Brief of authorities upon the law of impeachable crimes and misdemeanors-[By Hon. William Law
rence, M. C., of Ohio] ..
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Buckalew, Charles R., a senator from Pennsylvania..
remarks on the competency of the President pro tempore to sit as a member of the court ......III-383, 385
order by-

·

that the conclusion of the oral argument be by one manager, as provided in Rule XXI; offered and
agreed to.

prescribing form of final question; offered..

that the views of Chief Justice on the form of putting final question be entered on the journal;
offered and agreed to.

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.I-567
.II-67, 84, 99
I-367
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II-478

.II-480

.I—451, 728, 740, 741. II-5, 12, 478, 480, 483, 489

.III-218

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.I-496

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..I-176, 177, 181, 184
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on admissibility-

of Adjutant General Thomas's declarations to Mr. Burleigh, Feb. 21, 1868..
to clerks of War Department.

of appointment of Edinund Cooper to be Assistant Secretary of Treasury ....I-259, 260, 263 264, 265

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Butler, Benjamin F., of Massachusetts, argument by, on admissibility-Continued.
of telegrams relating to the reconstruction of Alabama

of Chronicle's report of President's speech in reply to Hon. Reverdy Johnson...
of Leader's report of President's speech at Cleveland.

of President's declarations to Adjutant General Thomas, Feb. 21.

prior to March 9, as to use of force...

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.I-286, 289, 297, 301
.I-322, 323, 324
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.I-429, 430

of conversations between President and General Sherman, Jan. 14...I-462, 463, 465, 468, 469, 470, 471

of question respecting Department of the Atlantic..

of tender of War Office to General Sherman..

of President's message to Senate, Feb. 24

of extracts from records of Navy Department

of employment of counsel by President to get up test case

of President's declarations to Mr. Perrin, Feb. 21

of President's purpose to get the question before the courts...

of question, Whether General Sherman formed and gave President an opinion, &c.....I-500, 501, 504
of affidavit and warrant of arrest of Lorenzo Thomas

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I-538, 539, 540, 541, 542, 543
.I-561, 562, 563, 564, 565, 566
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.1-698, 699

.I-722, 723, 724, 725
.I-628, 629

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to Secretary Welles.....

of advice to President by Cabinet touching constitutionality of tenure-of-office act..
touching construction of tenure-of-office act

of cabinet consultations in regard to obtaining a judicial decision, &c..

of papers in Mr. Blodgett's case..
remarks on application of counsel for adjournment
on the Alta Vela letter

Cameron, Simon, a senator from Pennsylvania...

order by-

that Senate hereafter hold night sessions from eight until eleven p. m.; offered

tabled, (yeas, 32; nays, 17)

remarks by

question by

Cattell, Alexander G., a Senator from New Jersey

that all the managers and counsel be permitted to file arguments by eleven o'clock, April 23;
offered and rejected.....

order by-

opinion on the case

Chandler, William E. (See Testimony.)

Chandler, Zachariah, a senator from Michigan

C.

remarks by....
Chew, Robert S.

(See Testimony.)

Chief Justice, attendance of, requested as presiding officer in the trial

oath administered to

offered and rejected, (yeas, 20; nays, 30,)

order denying authority of, to give casting vote-[By Mr. Sumner.]

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casting vote given by

resolution denying authority of, to vote on any question during the trial-[By Mr. Sumner.]

offered and rejected, (yeas, 22; nays, 26)

order denying privilege of, to rule questions of law-[ By Mr. Drake.]

appear at bar of Senate

report to House..

472, 473, 475, 479
.I-481, 482
.I-482, 483, 484
.I-485, 486

(in House) to prepare articles of impeachment against Andrew Johnson; ordered.
appointed

Competency. (See Evidence.)
Conkling, Roscoe, a senator from New York

orders by-

offered and rejected, (yeas, 21; nays, 27)

order that the ruling of, upon all question of evidence, shall stand as the judgment of the Senate unless
a formal vote be asked, &c.-[By Mr. Henderson.]

offered..

agreed to, (yeas, 31; nays, 19)

views of, on form of putting final question

appeals from decisions of

opinion of Mr. Sumner on the question, Can the, presiding in the Senate, rule or vote?
Clarke, D. W. C. (See Testimony.)

Clephane, James O. (See Testimony.)
Cole, Cornelius, a senator from California

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questions by..

that Rule XXIII be amended by inserting "subject to operation of Rule VII.”
offered and agreed to

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II-308

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.I-674. II-482, 483

.II-488.

remarks by

Committee (in House) to communicate to Senate the action of the House directing an impeachment of
Andrew Johnson; ordered

appointed.

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report of

(in Senate) to consider and report on the message of the House relating to the impeachment of Andrew
Johnson; ordered and appointed

report of

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(in Senate) to request the attendance of the Chief Justice as presiding officer in the trial; ordered and
appointed

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that, unless otherwise ordered, trial proceed immediately after replication filed; offered
agreed to, (yeas, 40; nays, 10)

that the Senate commence the trial 30th March instant; agreed to (yeas, 28; nays, 24).
prescribing form of final question; offered..

that Senate proceed to vote on remaining articles; rejected, (yeas, 26; nays, 28)
remarks by.... .......I—17. 18, 24, 31, 32, 33, 85, 179, 180, 208, 210, 236 246, 267, 277, 301, 324, 359, 370, 390, 450,
451, 452, 490, 497, 521, 537, 565, 673, 676, 699, 716
II-5, 6, 99, 188, 203, 280, 306, 322, 470, 471, 472, 474, 475, 476, 478, 488, 489, 492, 493, 494
I-246, 504

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II-492

Conness, John, a senator from California

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remarks on the competency of the President pro tempore to sit as a member of the court.......III-367, 395
orders by-

that Rule XXI be amended to allow as many of managers and counsel to speak on final argument
as choose, four days to each side, managers to open and close; offered and rejected, (yeas, 19;
nays, 27)

that hereafter Senate meet at eleven a. m.; offered.

question by
Conversations. (See Evidence; Testimony.)
Corbett, Henry W., a senator from Oregon

order by-

adopted, (yeas, 29; nays, 14).

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that such of managers and counsel as choose have leave to file arguments before April 24; offered
and disagreed to, (yeas, 24; nays, 25)
prescribing form of final question; offered.
remarks by.....I-36, 161, 185, 207, 246, 247, 268, 276, 298, 325, 367, 370, 371, 414, 462, 507, 514, 519, 532, 535, 589.
611, 612, 628, 631, 633, 666, 673, 679, 699, 706, 716
II-3, 4, 5, 6, 8, 10, 11, 83, 84, 413, 469, 470, 471, 472, 473, 474, 476, 478, 481, 483, 484, 488, 492, 493, 494, 498

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that two of counsel have privilege of filing written or making an oral address, &c.; amendment
offered
withdrawn

remarks by..

Counsel for respondent..

Cox, Walter S. (See Testimony.)

Cragin, Aaron H., a senator from New Hampshire..

remarks by..

eecy, Charles E. (See Testimony.)

Curtis, Benjamin R., of Massachusetts, counsel..

motion by-

for an allowance of three days to prepare proofs; offered...
granted

argument by-

on application for forty days to prepare answer

for time to prepare proofs

opening, for the defence...

on admissibility-

of Adjutant General Thomas's declarations to Mr. Burleigh February 21, 1868
of President's letter to General Grant, unaccompanied with enclosures

of telegrams relating to the reconstruction of Alabama..

of President's message to Senate February 24..

of extrac's from records of Navy Department.

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D.

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.I-270, 271, 272
.I-537, 538
.I-562, 563, 564, 565, 566, 567, 568

of employment of counsel by President to get up test case..

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of President's declarations to Secretary Welles

of advice to President by cabinet touching constitutionality of tenure-of-office act...I-677, 678, 689, 692

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.I-367, 369
.I-371

adopted..
remarks by

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.I-367, 369
.I-377, 390, 397

Davis, Garrett, a senator from Kentucky

.I-11
remarks on the competency of the President pro tempore to sit as a member of the court.......III-363, 366
order by-

that a court of impeachment cannot be legally formed while senators from certain States are
excluded: offered and rejected, (yeas, 2; nays, 49)..
remarks by.

opinion on the case

Dear, Joseph A. (See Testimony.)
Declarations. (See Evidence; Testimony.)
Dixon, James, a senator from Connecticut

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remarks on the competency of the President pro tempore to sit as a member of the court....III--388, 389,
390, 391, 392, 393, 394, 395, 396

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question by..

Documents. (See Evidence.)
Doolittle, James R., a senator from Wisconsin

order by-

.I-536

that on final argument managers and counsel shall alternate, two and two; managers to open and
close offered and indefinitely postponed, (yeas, 34; nays, 15).
remarks..
.I—230, 276, 486, 489, 535, 436, 611, 632, 740, 741. II-9, 487, 492, 493
.III-244
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.....I-35, 487, 587, 519, 528. II-249, 282, 469, 482, 485
.III-156

opinion on the case..
Drake, Charles D., a senator from Missouri
remarks on the competency of the President pro tempore to sit as a member of the court......III-380, 389,

390, 393

orders by-

that respondent file answer on or before 20th March: agreed to, (yeas, 28; nays, 20)..
reconsidered, (yeas, 27; nays, 23). .

that Chief Justice presiding has no privilege of ruling questions of law on the trial, but all such
questions should be submitted to Senate alone: offered and rejected, (yeas, 20; nays, 30).... .I-186
that votes upon incidental questions shall be without a division, unless requested by one-fifth of
members present, or presiding officer: (amendment to Rule VII,) offered.
agreed to..

that any senator shall have permission to file his written opinion at the time of giving his vote:
offered.

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..I-277

rejected, (yeas, 12; nays, 38).

that the fifteen minutes allowed by Rule XXIII shall be for the whole deliberation on final question,
and not to final question on each article: offered..

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.II-477

.II-474
.II-478

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485, 489, 490, 497, 508, 518, 519, 520, 529, 533, 535, 536, 545, 605, 634, 680, 693, 696
II-84, 188, 472, 474, 476, 477, 484, 487, 491, 497, 498
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