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THE

REPORTS OF COMMITTEES

OF THE

SENATE OF THE UNITED STATES,

FOR THE

FIRST SESSION OF THE THIRTY-EIGHTH CONGRESS

PRINTED BY ORDER OF THE SENATE.

IN ONE VOLUME.

WASHINGTON:
GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE.

1864.

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Abert, for pension. Petition of Ellen M. Abert, widow of Colonel J. J.......
Accardi. Bill granting pension to Mary Scales..........

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Adams Express Company, praying issue of new treasury notes in lieu of others lost
while in their possession. Petition of...........

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African descent. Bill to set apart a portion of the State of Texas for the use of per-
sons of............................

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Alexandria. Inquiry into the military administration and police of the city of.......
American Shipmasters' Association, praying that government furnish American sea-

men with hydrographic books and charts at cost. Petition of..............
Anderson for plans for extension of Capitol building. Compensation of Charles F...
Anderson, asking arrearages of pension. Petition of Peter....
Appleton, chief justice of Maine, relative to exclusion of colored testimony. Letter of

Hon. John....
Arkansas. Credentials of William M. Fishback and Elisha Baxter as senators from

the State of...........................................
Army and navy. Bill to prevent interference in elections by officers of
Army and navy pensioners. Memorial of legislature of Minnesota favoring increase

of pension to........
Atocha. Claim of Alexander J....

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Bailey, relative to ship “Argo.” Memorial of B. C......
Ball, for extension of patent. Petition of Jonathan...........
Barry, praying for relief as bondsman for Paymaster John Debree. Memorial of Gar-
rett R..................................

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Battle of Olustee. Report of Committee on Conduct of the War on..
Baxter, as senator from Arkansas. Credentials of Elisha......................
Belknap, for relief from responsibility on account of stolen money. Petition of Al-

fred A.....
Black Hawk county, Iowa, relative to pay and rank of Captain Frederick S. Wash-

burn, and pension of his widow. Petition of citizens of........

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