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Ohio, joint resolutions of the general assembly, requesting Sena-
tors and Members of Congress to vote for pensions to

Mexican soldiers

Omaba. Nebr., statements made in behalf of the establishment of

a mint at

Orthography, memorial of N. £. Dawson, setting forth a plan of
a reformed alphabet and

P.

Pavements in the District of Columbia, information given in the
case of bituminous and wood, together with copies of all bids
and awards requested .,

Pensions to Mexican soldiers and the widows of, joint resolu-
tion of the general assembly of the State of Ohio, requesting
Senators and Members to vote for a bill granting

Pensions, views of the Commissioner of, upon the adjudication
of pension cases

Philadelphia Mint, statements made in reference to the exten-
sion of

Polk, John W., Doorkeeper of the House of Representatives, testi-
mony taken in the investigation of the charges against

Public buildings in Baltimore, Mil., memorial of the mayor and
city council in relation to the erection of a new post-office
building in

Public surveys, testimony before the Committee on Public Lands.

Q.

Qaincy, 111., statements made in behalf of the establishment of a
branch mint at

E.

Railway, Galveston and Camargo. Memorial of M. R. Jeffords,
praying for the passage of a bill authorizing the Secretary of
War to contract for the completion of its line to Rio Grande

City, as coast defense, &c

Red River of the North, joint resolution of the legislature of Min-
nesota praying for an appropriation for the improvement of

Reorganization of the Army, report on

Report of a subcommittee of the Committee on Military Affairs

relating to the reorganization of the Army

Report to be made to Congress during the second sessiou of the

Forty-fifth Congress by publio officers

Resolution authorizing certain investigations by the Committee

on Banking and Currency

Resolutions passed by the Merchants' Exchange of Baltimore,

Md., against granting a subsidy to the Roach steamship line

Resumption of specie payments, testimony before the Committee

on Banking and Currency in re-
lation to the

notes of a conference between the
Committee ou Banking and
Currency and Secretary of the

Treasury on the

Resumption act, joint resolution of the legislature of Ohio favor-
ing the repeal of the

Rock Island, 111., statements made in behalf of the establishment
of a branch mint at - -

8.

Sacramento and Feather Rivers, California, concurrent resolutions
of tbe legislature, asking for an appropriation for

Salt Lake City, statement in behalf of the establishment of a
branch mint at..... -

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Schools, public, memorial of the trustees, asking aid for the

erection of, buildings in the District of Columbia

Silver question. Memorial of banks in certain cities against the

passage of the silver bill

Memorial of the Chamber of Commerce of the
State of New York against the passage of the

silver bill

Silver coinage. Notes of conference between the Committee on
Banking and Currency of the House of Representatives, the

Secretary of the Treasury, and the Director of the Mint

Soldiers. Annual report of the Board of Managers for the Na-
tional Home of Disabled Volunteers

Specie payments, testimony taken before the Committee on Bank-
ing aud Currency in relation to the resump-
tion of

Notes of conference between the Committee on

Banking and Currency and John Sherman,

Secretary of the Treasury

Springfield, 111., statement in behalf of the establishment of a

branch mint at

State Department, testimony taken before the Committee on Ex-
penditures in

Saint Louis, Mo., statement of N. Cole in behalf of the establish-
ment of a mint at

statements of others in behalf of the establish-
ment of a mint at

r.

Taxes, tonnage, communications from the Secretaries of State

and Treasury in reference to refunding certain

Tax on manufactured tobacco, joint resolution by the legisla-

ture of Maryland concerning the reduction of.

Testimony taken by the Committee on Reform in the Civil Serv-

ice in regard to the charges against Johu W. Polk,

Doorkeeper of the Honse of Representatives

taken before the Naval Committee

taken before the Committee on Expenditures in the

State Department

taken before the Military Committee in relation to

the troubles on the Texas border

taken by the Committee on Expenditures in the Post-

Office Department

taken before the Committee on Banking and Cur-

rency in relation to the resumption of specie pay-

ments ,

taken before the Committee on Naval Affairs in rela-

tion to the administration of the Navy Depart-

ment

Texas border troubles, testimony on, taken before the Commit-
tee on Military Affairs of the House

Timber seizures in Mississippi, memorial of the Mississippi leg-

islature relative to

Tobacco, joint resolution of the legislature of Maryland con-
cerning the reduction of the tax upon

Tonnage-taxes, communication from the Secretary of State and

Secretary of the Treasury relative to refunding certain

Trade dollars, arguments relative to the coinage of

U.

United States consul-general at Shanghai, China, requesting an
investigation of the affairs of his office

United States mints. Statements made before the Committee
on Coinage, Weights, and Measures in behalf of branch mints
or assay-offices in certain cities, and extension of the mint at
Philadelphia.-.rr- ?--r

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Subject.

Venezuela Mixed Commission. Testimony taken before the Com-
mittee on Foreign Affairs, House
of Representatives.Forty-fourth

Congress, second session

testimony taken before the Com-
mittee on Foreign Affairs,House
of Representatives, concerning..

W.

Weights and measures, natioual standard of, statement of Pro-
fessor J. £. Hilgard, concerning

Wisconsin land claim, letter from the Secretary of the Interior,
transmitting certain papers in relation to

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45th Congress, ) HOUSE OF KEPKESENTATIVES. ( Mis. Doc. 2d Session. ( \ No. 52.

DIGEST OF ELECTION CASES.

CASES

OF

CONTESTED ELECTIONS

HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES,

FORTY-SECOXD, FORTY-THIRD, AND FORTY-FOURTH CONGRESSES,

1871 TO 1876, INCLUSIVE.

COMPILED BY J. M. SMITH, CLERK TO THE COMMITTEE OP ELECTIONS, UNDER RESOLUTION OP THE HOUSE OP REPRESENTATIVES, MARCH 2, 1877.

WASHINGTON: •

GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE.

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