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Forty-first Congress, second session, Senate Documents, vol. 3, No. 107.

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

of the Senate of the 17th of June, information in relation to the practice of the Court of Claims in the matter of remanding for further evidence, or argument, cases submitted to its consideration, and of ordering new trials in cases decided by the court; and submitting the draft of a bill to secure the rights of the

United States in that respect. Forty-third Congress, first session, Senate Documents, vol. 1, No. 14. Letter of Attorney-General. Officers and employés furnished with official postage

stamps. Forty-third Congress, first session, Senate Documents, vol. 1, No. 19.

Letter of the Attorney-General. Expenses of proceedings in bankruptcy in the

United States courts.
Forty-third Congress, first session, Senate Documents, vol. 2, No. 28.

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

the Senate of January 21, 1874, information relative to the sale of government

property at Harper's Ferry. Forty-third Congress, first session, part second, vol. 2, No. 48. Letter of the Attorney-General communicating a copy of a communication of the

United States attorney for the district of West Virginia. Sale of Harper's Ferry. Forty-third Congress, second session, Senate Documents, vol. 1, No. 12. Letter of the Attorney-General communicating, in compliance with a resolution

of the Senate of January 8, 1875, information in relation to the massacre at

Trenton, West Tennessee.
Forty-fourth Congress, first session, Senate Documents, vol. 1, No. 13.

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

December 14, 1875, information in relation to the treatment of United States.

prisoners confined in State penitentiaries. Forty-fourth Congress, first session, Senate Documents, vol. 1, No. 22.

Letter from the Attorney-General communicating, in answer to a resolution of the

Senate of January 20, 1876, information in relation to the condition of suits between the United States and the Pacific Railroad Companies, under the second

section of the legislative, executive, and judicial act of 1873. Forty-fourth Congress, first session, Senate Documents, vol. 1, No. 82. Letter from the Attorney-General transmitting, in answer to a Senate resolution

of July 24, 1876, a statement of the number of civil officers employed by the De

partment of Justice from 1859 to 1875, inclusive. Forty-fourth Congress, second session, Senate Documents, vol. 1, No. 6.

Report of the Attorney-General communicating, in answer to a Senate resolution

of December 12, 1876, information in relation to deputy marshals employed at

the election of November 7, 1876. Forty-fourth Congress, second session, part second, vol. 1, No. 6. Further information in relation to deputy marshals employed at the election of

November 7, 1876. Forty-fourth Congress, second session, Senate Documents, vol. 2, No. 46. Digest of the published opinions of the Attorneys-General, and of the leading deci

sions of the Federal courts, with reference to international law, treaties, and

kindred subjects. Revised edition. Forty-fifth Congress, second session, Senate Documents, vol. 1, No. 9.

Message from the President communicating a report from the Attorney-General,

in answer to a resolution of the Senate of November 16, 1877 ; information relative to the seizure of logs, lumber, and naval stores suspected to have been

taken from the public lands. Forty-fifth Congress, second session, Senate Documents, vol. 1, No. 13.

Message from the President communicating a report from the Attorney-General,

in answer to a resolution of the Senate of December 6, 1877; information rela

tive to the operation of the Union Pacific Railroad and its branches. Forty-fifth Congress, second session, Senate Documents, vol. 1, No. 16.

Letter from the Attorney-General transmitting, in answer to Senate resolution of

December 7, 1877, a tabular statement of all criminal prosecutions commenced in the courts of the United States in the district of South Carolina since January 1, 1876, for offenses against the lives, property, and civil-right suffrage of any

person. Forty-fifth Congress, third session, Senate Documents, vol. 1, No. 33.

Letter of the Attorney-General in relation to certain lands granted to the State of

Indiana by act approved May 26, 1924, to authorize the State of Indiana to open a canal through the public lands to connect the navigation of the rivers Wabash

and the Miami of Lake Erie. Forty-fifth Congress, third session, Senate Documents, vol. 4, No. 60. Touching the application of a statute of limitations to State war claims.

H. Ex. 172-5

Thirty-seventh Congress, third session, Senate Mis. Docs. No. 6.

Opinion of the Attorney-General in the case of the Norwegian bark Admiral P.

Tordenskiold (part 2), 1862–63.
Forty-fourth Congress, first session, Senate Mis. Docs., vol. 1, No. 53.

Attorney-General, in relation to the unfitness of the penitentiary at Little Rock,

Ark., for the confinement of United States prisoners.
Forty-fourth Congress, first session, Senate Mis. Docs., vol. 1, No. 64.

Attorney-General, in relation to the removal of United States prisoners from the

penitentiary at Little Rock, Ark. Forty-fourth Congress, first session, Senate Mis. Docs., vol. 1, No. 76.

Åttorney-General, in relation to the treatment of United States prisoners in the penitentiary in Georgia.

BOOKS PUBLISHED BY THE OFFICE OF THE ATTORNEY-GENERAL.
Volumes 9 to 16 inclusive :

Register of the Department of Justice, 1872, 1874, 1876.
Reports of the Department of Justice for the years 1870 to 1880.
Opinions on citizenship and other opinions in pamphlet form.
Decision of Judge Alexander Rives, of Virginia, United States district judge.
A list of circuit and district judges of United States courts.
A list of attorneys of the United States.
A list of United States marshals.

GOVERNMENT HOSPITAL FOR INSANE. Report and correspondence relating to the release of persons admitted to the hospital. 26 pp. 89. Paper.

INTERIOR DEPARTMENT.
Annual report of the Secretary. 1868–1880. 80.
Official register. 917 pp. 80. Morocco.
Official register. 1871. 913 pp. 80. Morocco.
Register of the department. 1879. 80. Paper.
Register of the department. Augnst, 1880. 8. Paper.
Report on certain gas-governors. 9 pp. 80. Paper.
Annual regulation of the department. February 24, 1877. 106 pp. 80. Paper.
Regulations governing applications and examination for appointment. 7 pp.

Paper.
Catalogue of the library. 29 pp. 89. Paper.
Catalogue of the library. February 15, 1873. 137 pp. 89. Paper.
Catalogue of the library. 177 pp. 89. Paper.
Alphabetical catalogue of the library. 217 pp. 89. Paper.
Supplement to the catalogue of the library. November 8, 1879. 8. Paper.

BUREAU OF EDUCATIOX.

Circulars of information:

1871.-Compulsory education. 17 pp. 89. Paper.
1872.-Public instruction in Greece. 77 pp. 80. Paper.

Vital statistics of college graduates. 80: Paper.
Relations of education to labor. 125 pp. 80. Paper.

Education in British West Indies. 22 pp. 89. Paper. 1873.-Public instruction in Spain. 66 pp. 80. Paper.

Schools in British India. 30 pp. 89. Paper.
College commencements, 1873. 118 pp. 80. Paper.

Publications of societies in the United States. 72 pp. 89. Paper. 1874.-National Educational Association. 77 pp. 89. Paper.

Drawing in public schools. 56 pp. 8: Paper.

History of secondary instruction in Germany. 87 pp. 80. Paper. 1875.- Proceedings National Educational Association. 114 pp. 80. Paper.

Education in Japan. 64 pp. 89. Paper.
Public instruction in Belgium. 108 pp. 89. Paper.
Waste of labor in work of education. 16 pp. 80. Paper.
Respecting educational exhibits at Centennial. 26 pp. 89. Paper.
Reformatory, charitable, &c., schools for the young. 208 pp. 8. Paper
Constitution, &c., in regard to education. 130 pp. 89. Paper.

Student's work for the Centennial. 15 pp. 89. Paper. 1877.–Public instruction in China. 80. Paper.

Public instruction in Finland. 8°. Paper. 1878.-Training of teachers in Germany. 34 pp. 80. Paper.

No.2. 80. Paper. 1879.-Nos. 1, 2, 3, 4, 5. 8. Paper. 1880.–Nos. 2, 3, 4, 5, 6. 8o. Paper.

Education in China and Siam. 80. Paper.

Circulars of information:

Educational tours in France. 80. Paper.

Industrial education in Europe. 8o. Paper.
1881.- Instruction in chemistry and physics. 219 pp. 89. Paper.

The spelling reform. 36 pp. 80. Paper.
Construction of library buildings. 24 pp. 89. Paper.
Relation of education to industry, &c. 22 pp. 89 Paper.

Proceedings National Educational Association. 78 pp. 89. Paper.
Public instruction of Sweden and Norway. 47 pp. 89. Paper.
Proceedings National Educational Association respecting State and City schools. 26

pp. 80. Paper.
Education at the Centennial. 27 pp. 80. Paper.
History, work, and limitation of the National Board of Education. 16 pp. 89. Paper.
Theory of education in the United States. 22 pp. 80. Paper.
List of public-school officials, May, 1875. 62 pp. 89. Paper.
Historical sketch of Union College, Schenectady, N. Y. 81 pp. 80. Paper.
Educational conventions, &c., summer, 1876. 14 pp. 89. Paper.
Historical sketch of Mount Holyoke Seminary. 24 pp. 8o. Paper.
International conference of education. 92 pp. 89. Paper.
Contributions to the history of medical education. 1776-1876. 16 pp. 89. Paper.
Manual of common native trees. 23 pp. 80. Paper.
Education and crime. By J. P. Wickersham. 10 pp. 89. Paper.
Library aids. 80. Paper.
The discipline of the school. 15 pp. 89. Paper.

BOARD OF INDIAN COMMISSIONERS.
Annual reports:

1872. 22 pp. 89. Paper. 1873. 248 pp. 80. Paper. 1874. 152 pp. 89. Paper. 1875. 164 pp. 80. Paper. 1876. 108 pp. 89. Paper. 1877. 101 pp. 80. Paper. 1878. 101 pp. 80. Paper. 1879

8o. Paper. 1820. 101 pp. 8°. Paper.

1881. 97 pp. 80. Cloth. Journal of the sixth annual conference. January 15, 1873. 64 pp. 80. Paper. Commission to Shoshone Indians. 3 pp. 80. Paper. Commission to Ute Indians. 48 pp. 8°. Paper. Commission to Crow Indians. 49 pp. 89. Paper. What the government and churches are doing for the Indians. 24 pp. 8. Paper. Red Cloud and Whetstone Indian agencies. 50 pp. 89. Paper.

CENSUS OFFICE.

Ninth census, in 1870. Vols. 2 and 3. 4°. Sheep.
Compendium of ninth census, June 1, 1870. 912 pp. 80. Sheep.
Instructions to assistant marshals. 80. Paper.

GENERAL LAND OFFICE.
Circulars :

Deposits on account of surveys. 1879. 8. Paper.
How to obtain title to public lands:

March 18, 1869. 25 pp. 80. Paper.
August 23, 1870. 27 pr. 4° Paper.
August 30, 1872. 4°. Paper.
October 15, 1873. 4°. Paper.
June 17, 1875. 30 pp. 4°. Paper.
May, 1876. 4o. Paper.
1879. 8°. Paper.
1879. 80. Paper.

October 1, 1880. 80. Paper.
Railroad grants. October 15, 1873. 19 pp. 89. Paper.
Railroad grants. 1879. 80. Paper.
Survey and entry of lode and placer claims. 13 pp. 4o. Paper.
Bounty-land warrants. 14 pp. 89. Paper.
Congressional grants. 80. Paper.

Location, &c., of scrip, &c. 1879. 89. Paper.
Decisions :

Private land claims, Guadeloupe. 8 pp. 89. Paper.
Bascomb vs. Davis. 3 pp. 8. Paper.

Decisions :

Jenny Lind Mining Company is. Eureka Company. 10 pp. 89. Paper.
Mining Company r8. State of California. 18 pp. 80. Paper.
California private land claim Laguna de la Merced. 5 pp. 8. Paper.
Thomas B. Valentine. 16 pp. 80. Paper.
David Keene. 15 pp. 80. Paper.
H. T. Britton. 9 pp. 89. Paper.
George F. Blanchard. 8 pp. 80. Paper.
Illinois Central Railroad. 18 pp. 89 Paper.
Nelson Dudymott. 7 pp. 8° Paper.

Nelson Dudymott. 15 pp. 4°. Paper.
Mineral and agricultural lands. May 6, 1871. 11 pp. 80. Paper.
Mineral and agricultural lands. June 17, 1872. 15 pp. 40. Paper.
Brief description of the public lands. 16 pp. 89. Paper.
Brief description of the public lands. German. 16 pp. 80. Paper.
Brief description of the public lands. Swedish. 14 pp. 89. Paper.
United States mining laws. June 10, 1882. 19 pp. 80. Paper.
United States inining laws. 1879. 80. Paper.
Jurisdiction of the commission under the Vigil and Saint Vrain grant. 9 pp. 80.

Paper.
Rules and practice. 1878. 4o. Paper.
Rules and practice. December 20, 1880. 8o. Paper.
Relative to survey of public lands. 80. Paper.
Instructions to surveyors-general. 1880.

80. Paper.
Soldiers' and sailors' homesteads. June 13, 1872.7 pp. 4o. Paper.
Coal land law. April 15, 1873.7 pp. 4o. Paper.
Instructions, sale of Pawnee Reservation. 91 pp. 4o. Paper.
Final proof of timber culture entries. February 1, 1882. 12 pp.

OFFICE OF INDIAN AFFAIRS.

Instructions to superintendents and Indian agents. July 1, 1877. 108 pp. 80. Paper
Instructions to Indian agents. October 1, 1880. 89. Paper.
Report on the Sioux and Ponca Indians. July, 1872. 36 pp. Paper.
Report of superintendents and Indian agents. 1874. 154 pp. 80. Paper.
Report of special commission, Red Cloud Agency. July, 1875. 852 pp. 89. Paper.
Report of commissioner to investigate charges against Hon. E. P. Smith, Commis-

sioner. 146 pp. 80. Paper.
Report of Charles A. Whetmore: Mission Indians. 17 pp. 80. Paper.
Report of William Van Dever, United States Indian inspector. 8 pp. 8o. Paper.
Report on condition and management of Indian agencies. 48 pp. 8o. Paper.
Laws and regulations of the bureau. 1850. 113 pp. 80. Paper.
Laws and regulations, trade with Indian tribes. 15 pp. 80. Paper.
Laws and regulations, trade with Indian tribes. 1879. 80. Paper.
Half-breed scrip of Chippewayan of Lake Superior. 231 pp. 80. Paper.
Ethnological directions. 32 pp. 80. Paper.
Documents relating to charges of fraud at the Red Cloud Indian Agency preferred

by Prof. 0. C. Marsh. 31 pp. 89. Paper. Compilations from the Revised Statutes, relating to Indian affairs. 192. 89. Paper. Easy reading lessons for Indian schools. 80 pp. 80. Paper.

PATEXT OFFICE.

United States trade-mark statutes. 15 pp. 80. Paper.
United States trade-mark statutes. July 1, 1881. 16 pp. 80. Paper.
Classified index of subjects of invention. March 1, 1872. 321 pp. 89. Paper.
Classification of inventions. January 1, 1880. 18 pp. Paper.
Classification of inventions. January 4, 1881. 18 pp. Paper.
Classification of inventions. January 3, 1882. 18 pp. Paper.
General index of patents. 1790-1873. 3 vols. 1951 pp. 4° Sheep.
Catalogue of the library. 771 pp. 4o. Paper.
Rules on specifications. 8. Paper.
Decisions of the Commissioner:

1869. 136 pp. 80. Paper and sheep.
1870. 214 pp. 8: Paper and sheep.
1871. 353 pp. 89 Paper and sheep.
1872. 304 pp. 8: Paper and sheep.
1873. 214 pp. 89. Paper and sheep.
1874. 139 pp. 89. Paper and sheep.

1875. 171 pp. 8. Paper and sheep. Decisions of the Commissioner and of United States Courts in patent cases:

1876. 574 pp. 80. Paper and sheep. 1077. 439 pp. 8: Paper and sheep.

Decisions of the Commissioner and United States courts in patent cases :

1878. 502 pp. 80. Paper and sheep. 1879. 724 pp. 80. Paper and sheep. 1880.775 pp. 80. Paper and sheep.

1881. 492 pp. 89. Paper and sheep. Patent laws:

1870. 35 pp. 8°. Paper.
1870. 40 pp. 8°. Paper.
1875. 29 pp. 89. Paper.
January, 1876. 29 pp. 80. Paper.
August, 1876. 35 pp. 89. Paper.

February, 1881. 35 pp. 89. Paper.
Rules of practice :

Edition of August, 1871. 61 pp. 89. Paper.
Edition of March, 1873. 68 pp. 89. Paper.
Edition of July, 1873. 70 pp. 89. Paper.
Edition of September, 1873.72 pp. 80 Paper.
Edition of April, 1875. 72 pp. 80. Paper.
Edition of September, 1875.72 pp. 80. Paper.
Edition of 1876. 71 pp. 8o. Paper.
Edition of November, 1876. 12 pp. 8. Paper.
Edition of 1877. 71 pp. 89. Paper.
Edition of 1878. 71 pp. 8o. Paper.
Edition of 1878. 13 pp. 89. Paper.
Edition of December 1, 1879. 80. Paper.
Edition of September 1, 1880. 8o. Paper.

Edition of April 15, 1882. 91 pp. 89. Paper.
Rules and regulations for proceedings:

November 1, 1869. 48 pp. 89. Paper.

July, 1870. 56 pp. 80. Paper. Annual reports:

1869. 4 vols. 80. Cloth. 1870. 2 vols. 80. Cloth.

1871. 3 vols. 80. Cloth. Official Gazettes: 1872. Vol. 1. January to June. 654 pp. 4o. Sheep.

Vol. 2. July to December. 744 pp. 4°. Sheep. 1873. Vol. 3. January to June. 712 pp. 4o. Sheep.

Vol. 4. July to December. 716 pp. 4o. Sheep. 1874. Vol. 5. January to June. 786 pp. 4o. Sheep.

Vol. 6. July to December. 962 pp. 4°. Sheep. Official Gazettes: 1875. Vol. 7. January to June. 1135 pp. 49. Sheep.

Vol. 8. July to December. 1106 pp. 4o. Sheep. 1876. Vol. 9. January to June. 1236 pp. 4°. Sheep.

Vol. 10. July to December. 1048 pp. 4o. Sheep. 1877. Vol. 11. January to June. 1150 pp. 4°. Sheep.

Vol. 12. July to December. 1126 pp. 4°. Sheep. 1878. Vo). 13. January to June. 1126 pp. 4o. Sheep.

Vol. 14. July to December. 964 pp. 49. Sheep. 1879. Vol. 15. January to June. 1056 pp. 4°. Sheep.

Vol. 16. July to December. 1238 pp. 4°. Sheep. 1880. Vol. 17. January to June. 1508 pp. 4°. Sheep.

Vol. 18. July to December. 1532 pp. 49. Sheep. 1881. Vol. 19. January to June. 1710 pp. 40. Sheep.

Vol. 20. July to December. 1894 pp. 4o. Sheep. Annual Indexes :

1872. 309 pp. 4°. Paper and sheep. 1873. 383 pp. 40. Paper and sheep. 1874. 407 pp. 40. Paper and sheep. 1875. 457 pp. 40. Paper and sheep. 1876. 445 pp. 4o. Paper and sheep. 1877. 453 pp. 4o. Paper and sheep. 1878. 437 pp. 40. Paper and sheep. 1879. 416 pp. 4o. Paper and sheep. 1860. 425 pp. 4o. Paper and sheep. 1881. 412 pp. 4°. Paper and sheep.

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