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LIST OF OFFICIAL PUBLICATIONS ISSUED BY CONGRESS AND THE RE

SPECTIVE EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENTS FROM 1867 TO 1881.

AGRICULTURAL DEPARTMENT.

12 pp:

Monthly reports: January, 1870, to December, 1871; November, 1872, to January,

1873; March, 1873; May, 1873; July to October, 1873; January, 1874, to December,

1876. 89. Paper. Annual reports:

1868. 671 pp. 89. Cloth. 1869.

80. Paper. 1870.

Paper. 1871.

80. Paper. 1872. 524 pp.

80 Sheep 1873.

80

Paper. 1874. 463 pp.

Sheep. 1875. 20 pp. 80. Paper. 1876.

Paper. 1877.

89. Paper. 1878.

80. Paper. 1879.

80. Paper. 1880.

89 Paper. Special reports:

No. 1. Cane-sugar industry. 8°. Paper.,
No. 2. Condition of crops. 8. Paper.
No. 3. Chinese tea-plant. 8o. Paper.
No. 4. Cultivation of figs. 17 pp. 89. Paper.
No. 5. Condition of crops. June, 1878. 10 pp. 80. Paper.
No. 6. 80. Paper.
No. 7. Condition of crops. August, 1878. 26 pp. 8o. Paper.
No. 8. Condition of crops. December, 1878. 8. Paper.
No. 9. Condition of crops. July, 1879. 8. Paper.
No. 10. Condition of crops. June, 1879. 80. Paper.
No. 11. Silk-worm. 8°. Paper.
No. 12. 80. Paper.
No. 13. 80. Paper.
No. 14. Condition of crops. September, 1578. 89. Paper.
No. 15. Condition of crops. January, 1879. 8°. Paper.
No. 16. 89. Paper.
No. 17. 8. Paper.
No. 18. 8. Paper.
No. 19. 8. Paper.
No. 20. 80. Paper.
No. 21. 8. Paper.
No. 22. 8o. Paper.
No. 23. Paper. .
No. 24. Paper.
No, 25. Paper. .
No, 26. 8 Paper. .
No. 27. Paper. .
No. 28. 8. Paper.
No. 29. 80. Paper.
No. 30. 80. Paper.
No.31. Contagious pleuro-pneumonia. 89. Paper.
No.32. Condition of crops. April, 1881. 89. Paper.
No. 33. Sorghum and corn-stalks. 89. Paper.
No.35. Insects injurious to sugar-cane. 8°. Paper.
No. 36. Statistics of grape-culture. 89. Paper.
No.37. Condition of crops. June and July, 1881. 8. Paper.
No.38. Condition of crops. August, 1881. 80. Paper.

No. 39. Condition of crops. September, 1881. 8°. Paper.
Report:

Condition of crops. 1880. 89. Paper.
Cottop-insects. 1879. 80. Paper.
Sorghum-sugar. 1880. go. Paper.
Diseases of cattle in the United States. 205 pp. 4o. Sheep.
Culture and manufacture of rainie and jute. 19 pp. 80. Paper.
Eucaliptus globulus. 20 pp. 89. Paper.

List of agricultural, horticultural, and pomological societies. 47 pp. 8°. Paper.
List of agricultural colleges and farmers' clubs. June 1, 1872. 66 pp. 80. Paper.
List of agricultural societies and farmers' clubs. 63 pp. 8o. Paper.
History of the Agricultural Department. 64 pp. 8o. Paper.
Index to monthly reports. 1872. 14 pp. 80. Paper.
Planter's guide for cultivating and curing tobacco. 24 pp. 89. Paper.
General index to the reports. 1862 to 1876 (1879). 8°. Cloth.
Brief instructions in regard to sowing seed and raising young plants of forest trees.

1878. 89. Paper.
Apportionment under the tenth census. 80. Paper.

ALABAMA COMMISSION.

Revised list of claims. 399 pp. 80. Paper.
Rules of the commission. June 23, 1874. 44 pp. 89. Paper.

BOARD OF HEALTH.
Bulletin :

Vol. 1. Nos. 2, 7, 11, 16 to 20, 22 to 52. 1o. Paper.
Vol. II. Nos. 1 to 52. 4°. Paper.

Vol. III. Nos. 1 to 15. 4°. Paper.
Supplement. Nos. 1 to 14. 4o. Paper.
Index to Vol. I. 4°. Paper.

CENTENNIAL EXHIBITION.

Report of the cominission (1880). 9 vols. 89. Cloth.

COLUMBIA HOSPITAL FOR WOMEN.

Annual report, June 30, 1878. 10 pp. Paper.

June 30, 1879. 10 pp. Paper.
June 30, 1880. 13 pp. Paper.

June 30, 1881. 13 pp. Paper.
Charter and by-laws. 11 pp. 8o. Paper.

17 pp. 89. Paper.

COURT OF CLAIMS.

Digest. -419 pp. 89. Sheep.
Rules of practice. 1869. 42 pp. 80. Paper.

1871. 41 pp.

80. Paper. Revised rules of practice. 1874. 46 pp. 89. Paper.

1875. 57 pp. 89. Paper. Reports :

Vol. I. 427 pp. 80. Sheep.
Vol. II. 646 pp. 80. Sheep.
Vol. III. 526 pp. 89. Sheep.
Vol. IV. 676 pp. 89. Sbeep.
Vol. V. 783 pp. 80. Sheep.
Vol. VI. 499 pp. 80 Sheep.
Vol. VII. 724 pp.

80. Sheep.
Vol. VIII. 646 pp. 89. Sheep.
Vol. IX. 575 pp. 80. Sheep.
Vol. X. 668 pp. 8°. Sheep.
Vol. XI. 826 pp. 8o. Paper.
Vol. XII. 791 pp. 89. Paper.
Vol. XIII. 89. Paper.
Vol. XIV. 80. Paper.

Vol. XV. 8o. Paper.
Rules of the court, 1879. 89. Paper.

DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE.

Fortieth Congress, second session, House of Representatives, Ex. Doc. No. 16.

Pardons by the President. Message from the President, transmitting final report

of the names of the persons engaged in rebellion who have been pardoned by the President, being a report from the Attorney-General. December 4, 1867. Vol. 7.

Fortieth Congress, second session, House of Representatives, Ex. Doc. No. 17. Vol. 7.

Property at Harper's Ferry. Letter from the Attorney-General in answer to a

resolution of the House of 26th of March, 1867. Forti :th Congress, second session, House of Representatives, Ex. Doc. No. 43. Vol. 7.

Twenty per cevt. compensations. Letter from the Attorney-General, in answer

to a resolution of the House of the 11th of December. Fortieth Congress, second session, House of Representatives, Ex. Doc. No. 59.

Indian trust fund. Letter from the Attorney-General, transmitting papers and re

port upon the condition of the Indian trust funds. December 16, 1867. Fortieth Congress, second session, House of Ri-presentatives, Ex. Doc. No. 198.

Counsel employed by the Attorney-General. Letter from the Attorney-General,

in answer to a resolution of the House of the 11th of January, 1868, relative to . counsel employed by him, assistants to district attorneys, and compensation paid.

February 28, 1868. Forty-first Congress, second session, House of Representatives, Ex. Doc. No. 11.

Clerks in office of Attorney-General. Letter from the Attorney-General relative

to the clerks in his office. December 6, 1869. Vol. 5. Forty-first Congress, third session, House of Representatives, Ex. Doc. No. 35.

Choctaw Indian claim. Letter from the Secretary of the Treasury, transmitting

a copy of an opinion given by the Attorney-General upon the claim of the (hoctaw Indians to the issue of United States bonds to the amount of two

bundred and fifty thousand dollars. December 15, 1870. Vol. 7.
Forty-first Congress, third session, House of Representatives, Ex. Doc. No. 90.

Annual report of the Attorney-General. January 31, 1871.
Forty-first Congress, third session, House of Representatives, Ex. Doc. No. 118.

United States district attorney for Virginia. Letter from the Attorney-General

in relation to the account of the United States district attorney for Virginia, for services in tbe case of an attachment against the United States marsbal in the case of a habeas corpus issued by the circuit court of Richmond, Virginia,

in behalf of one Patrick'Wouds. February 8, 1871. Forty-first Congress, third session, House of Representatives, Ex. Doc. No. 120.

Violation of internal-revenue laws in Virginia. Letter from the Attorney-Gen

eral, in answer to a resolution of the House of January 9, 1871, in relation to persons arrested in Virginia for violations of internal-revenue laws. February

8, 1871. Vol. 12. Forty-second Congress, second session, House of Representatives, Ex. Doc. No. 55.

Annual Report of the Attorney-General, for the year 1871. Vol. 7. Forty-second Congress, second session, House of Representatives, Ex. Doc. No. 71.

Additional allowance for United States attorney's office, District of Columbia.

Letter froin the Attorney-General in relation to an additional allowance to be made to the office of the attorney of the United States for the District of Col

umbia. January 16, 1872. Forty-second Congress. second session, House of Representatives, Ex. Doc. No. 190.

Facilities for the trial of offenders. Letter from the Attorney-General, in answer

to a resolution of the House of February 29, 1872, relative to the inadequacy of the facilities for the trial of offenders against the laws of the United States

in the southeru judicial district of New York. March 11, 1872. Vol. 10. Forty-second Congrers, second session, House of Representatives, Ex. Doc. No. 256.

Criminal cases in district courts of Utah. Letter from the Attorney-General, in

answer to a resolution of the House of February 21, 1872, relative to criminal

cases pending in district courts of Utah Territory. April 10, 1872. Vol 12. Forty-second Congress, third session, House of Representatives, Ex. Doc. No. 110.

Swamp-lands on the Potomac River. Letter from the Attorney-General, in answer

to a resolution of the House, relative to swamp-lands on the Potomac River.

January 17, 1873. Vol. 8. Rorty-second Congress, third session, House of Representatives, Ex. Doc. No. 174.

Clerks employed in Attorney-General's department. Letter from the Attorney.

General. February 3, 1873. Vol. 9.
Forty-third Congress, first session, House of Representatives, Ex. Doc. No. 6.

Annual report of the Attorney-General for the year 1873. Vol. 8.
Forty-third Congress, first session, House of Representatives, Ex. Doc. No. 31.

Ěxpenses incurred from the abolition of the franking privilege. Letter from the

Attorney-General, iv answer to a resolution of the House December 8, 1073, in relation to the expenses incurred by the abolition of the franking privilege.

January 6, 1874. Vol. 8. Forty-third Congress, second session, House of Representatives, Ex. Doc. No. 7.

Annual report of the Attorney-General for the year 1874. December 7, 1874. Forty-third Congress, second session, House of Representatives, Ex. Doc. No. 106.

Contingent expenses of the Department of Justice. Communication of the At

torney-General, transmitting a detailed statement of all the expenditures of the contingent fund of his department from January 1, 1874, to January 1, 1875. January 1875. Vol. 15.

Forty-third Congress, second session, House of Representatives, Ex. Doc. No. 153. Reform School, District of Columbia. Letter from the Attorney-General, in ans

wer to a resolution of the House of Representatives of January 22, 1875, in relation to what action, if any, has been taken to recover from the treasurer of the the Reform School, involved in the bankruptcy of Jay Cooke & Co. February

4, 1875. Vol. 15. Forty-third Congress, second session, Honse of Representatives, Ex. Doc. No. 169.

Eastern Land of the Cherokees. Letter from the Attorney-General, transmitting,

in compliance with the act of July 15, 1876, an estimate of appropriations in relation to the duty of the district attorneys and the Attorney-General of the United States to institute and prosecute suits against the present and former

agents of the eastern band of the Cherokee Indians. January 25, 1875. Vol. 15. Forty-third Congress, second session, House of Representatives, Ex. Doc. No. 172.

Reform School. Letter from the Attorney-General, transmitting additional papers

relative to the action of the Department of Justice to recover certain moneys belonging to the Reform School, involved in the bankruptcy of Jay Cooke &

Co. February 12, 1876. Vol. 18. Forty-third Congress, second session, House of Representatives, Ex. Doc. No. 175. Western judicial district of Arkansas. Letter from the Attorney-General relative

to claims arising from expenditures of the marshal's office of the western judi

cial district of Arkansas. February 18, 1875. Vol. 18. Forty-fourth Congress, first session, House of Representatives, Ex. Doc. No. 14. Annual report of the Attorney-General for the year 1875. December 6, 1875.

Vol. 9. Forty-fourth Congress, first session, House of Representatives, Ex. Doc. No. 63. United States convicts. Letter from the Attorney-General, transmitting, in re

sponse to a resolution of the House passed December 17, 1875, copy of a letter from the First Comptroller of the Treasury, giving a statement of number of convicts held in State prisons by authority of the United States, and the annual

expenses of keeping the same. January 6, 1876. Vol. 10. Forty-fourth Congress, first session, House of Representatives, Ex. Doc. No. 134. William P. Ross. Letter from the Attorney-General, transmitting, in response to

a House resolution of the 15th of February, 1876, papers and records rel ing to
the complicity of William P. Ross in the alleged Indian bounty frauds of John

W. Wright. February 28, 1876. Vol. 12.
Forty-fourth Congress, first session, House of Representatives, Ex. Doc. No. 169.

Extending jurisdiction of Court of Claims. Letter from the Attorney-General,

transmitting documents relative to the extension of the jurisdiction of the Court

of Claims, and for other purposes. May 17, 1876. Vol. 14. Forty-fourth Congress, first session, Honse of Representatives, Ex. Doc. No. 142.

General O. E. Babcock. Letter from the Attorney-General, in answer to a resolu

tion of the House of the 3d of March, 1876, relative to the military court of in

qniry in the case of General Orville É. Babcock. March 9, 1876. Vol. 12. Forty-fourth Congress, second session, House of Representatives, Ex. Doc. No. 20.

Annual report of the Attorney-General, 1876–77. Vol. 5.
Forty-fifth Congress, second session, House of Representatives, Ex Doc. No. 70.

Appointment of cadets by the President. Letter from the Attorney-General, in response to a resolution of the House, in reference to the appointment of cadets

to the Naval and Military Academies by the President. Vol. 14. Forty-fifth Congress, second session, House of Representatives, Ex. Doc. No. 76.

Suits against the Kansas Pacific Railroad. Letter from the Attorney-General, in

response to a resolution of the House, in relation to suits against the Kansas

Pacific Railroad. April 15, 1878. Vol. 17. Forty-fifth Congress, second session, House of Representatives, Ex. Doc. No. 100.

List of pardons by the President. Letter from the Attorney-General, in response

to a resolution of the House, transmitting a list of pardons by the President be

tween March 4, 1877, and May 20, 1878. June 14, 1878. Vol. 17.
Forty-fifth Congress, third session, House of Representatives, Ex. Doc. No. 7.

Annual report of the Attorney-General. December 2, 1878. Vol. 11.
Forty-sixth Congress, second session, House of Representatives, Ex. Doc. No. 8.

Annual report of the Attorney-General for the year 1879.
Forty-sixth Congress, third session, House of Representatives, Ex. Doc. No. 9.

Annual report of the Attorney-General for the year 1880.
Thirty-seventh Congress, second session, House Mis. Doc. No. 83.

Letter from the Attorney-General on the legality of the confinement of prisoners

in the penitentiary of the District of Columbia, by sentence of court-martial.

May 8, 1862. Forty-second Congress, third session, House Mis. Doc. No. 23. Vol. 1. Letter from the Attorney-General respecting deficiencies of appropriations for ex

penses United States courts.

Forty-third Congress, first session, House Mis. Doc. No. 124. Vol. 2.

Letter from the Attorney-General relative to the case of Jesse J. Simkins. Forty-third Congress, first session, House Mis. Doc. No. 209. Vol. 3.

Letter from the Attorney-General relative to the case of B. S. Humphreys. Argument on the claim of George Baldwin, before referees, by Webster Elmes. Letter of the Solicitor of the Treasury in rolation to the claim of the Choctaw Indians. November 14, 1872.

SOLICITOR OF THE TREASURY. Annual reports of the Solicitor of the Treasury:

November 15, 1867.
November 17, 1868.
November 1, 1869.
November 23, 1870.
November 23, 1871.
November 13, 1872.
November 13, 1873.
'November 5, 1874.
November 18, 1875.
November 20, 1876.
November 15, 1877.
November 15, 1878.
November 29, 1879.

November 22, 1880.
Fortieth Congress, second session, Senate Documents, vol. 1, No. 7.

Letter of the Attorney-General communicating list of assistant district attorneys

appointed by him. Fortieth Congress, second session, Senate Documents, vol. 1, No. 13.

Letter of the Attorney-General relative to amount paid special counsel to assist

him and United States attorneys in 1865, 1866, 1867, and on organization of office. Fortieth Congress, second session, Senate Documents, vol. 1, No. 19.

Attorney-General's opinion relative to pay of retired and reserved naval officers. Fortieth Congress, second session, Senate Documents, vol. 1, No. 35.

Letter from the Attorney-General communicating information relative to the case

of Lucien P. Bryan. Fortieth Congress, third session, Senate Documents, No. 48.

Letter of the Attorney-General communicating, in compliance with a resolution

of the Senate of the 5th of February, 1869, correspondence and papers relative to the case of the United States vs. Vincente P. Gomez, involving the claims to

the land called “Panoche Grande." Fortieth Congress, third session, Senate Documents, No. 51.

Letter of the Attorney-General communicating, in compliance with a resolution

of the Senate of the 13th of February, 1869, information in relation to the discontinuance of proceedings against persons in New York charged with a viola

tion of the internal-revenue laws. Fortieth Congress, third session, Senate Documets, No. 52.

Letter of the Attorney-General communicating, in compliance with a resolution

of the Senate of the 17th of February, 1869, information in relation to persons

convicted for violating the revenue laws, and for counterfeiting. Forty-first Congress, second session, Senate Documents, vol. 1, No. 4.

Letter of the Attorney-General communicating a list of persons employed by him

to assist district attorneys in the discharge of their duties and the amount of

compensation paid to each. Forty-first Congress, second session, Senate Documents, vol. 1, No. 16.

Letter of the Attorney-General communicating, in compliance with a resolution

of the Senate of December 22, 1869, a copy of the opinion of the AttorneyGeneral of July 29, 1869, relating to our national cemeteries in the lately rebel

lious States. Forty-first Congress, second session, Senate Documents, vol. 1, No. 43.

Letter of the Attorney-General communicating, in compliance with a resolution of the Senate of the 31st of January last, information in relation to opinions

given by him concerning affairs in Georgia. Forty-first Congress, second session, Senate Documents, vol. 2, No. 43.

Letter of the Attorney-General communicating, in compliance with a resolation of

the Senate of February 9, 1870, information in relation to the claim of Foster Blodgett for services as postmaster at Augusta, Ga., while excluded from dis

charging the duties of that office. Forty-first Congress, second session, Senate Documents, vol. 3, No. 98.

Opinion of the Attorney-General relative to the eviction of State courts of certain

purchasers of lands sold for taxes in the late insurrectionary Statės. Letter from the Secretary of the Treasury.

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