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eral Wm., 554; Strong, Cyrus, 554; Purdy, Elijah F.,

554; Solger, Dr. R., 554; Swann, Dr. P. P., 551; Judah,

Colonel H. M., 551; Robbins, Geo. S., 554; Stevens, Dr.

H. F., 555; Choate, Rufus, 555; Davis, John G., 555;

Morgan, Chris. A., 555; Ottolengin, Mrs. H. R., 505;

Colonel R. H., 655; Hawley, Charles, 555;

Thompson, Oswald, 555; Boorman, James, 555; Heyer,

W. S., 556; Crele, Joseph, 556; Chandler, Thos., 556;

Grier, Wm. P., 556; Elmendorf, Anthony, 556; Hub-

bard, W. B., 556; Roman, André P.., 556.

Greene, Mrs. E. C., 557; Burchard, Ely, 557; Sampson,

W. M., 557; Edwards, Jesse, 557; Hinkley, H., 557;

Cary, Robert, 557; Morse, J. E., 557; Murray, J. B.,

557; Hatch, Geo. W., 557; Adams, W. J., 557; Buoll,

R. F., 557; Edwards, O., 558; Stinson, Colonel H. M.,

058; Haight, F. M., 558; Parmenter, W., 558; Brown-

ing, Colonel W. A., 558; Ord, Geo., 558; Bean, B. M.,
559.

Lynn, Robert, 558; Jayne, Dr. D., 558; Bowers, Colo-

nel T., 558; Gordon, J., 559; Dallas, P. M., 559 ; Frost,

Dr. H. B., 559; Haven, Luther, 559; Trotter, J. F.,

559; Doubleday, U. F., 559; Ohle, Wm., 559 ; Moore, M.,

559; Schmidt, F., 560; Carrié, R. V., 560; Wright, W.,

560; Willard, F. A., 560; Petriken, B. P.., 560; Robinson,

Henry, 560; Russel, Israel, 560; Vreeland, B., 560;

Elliott, Stephen, 561; Parker, S., 561; Brick, E., 561;

Jackson, J. J., 561; Chambers, Geo., 561; Loomis, L., ,

561; Swan, B. L., 561; Thibodeaus, B. G., 561; Galtier,

561; Taylor, J., 561.

Harding, C., 561; Watson, General H. P., 561; Harris,

Major A., 562; Ford, J. E., 562; Delaney, M. G., 562;

Thornton, General W. A., 662; Downing, Thos., 562;

Jones, M. P., 562; Van Buren, General J. L., 562 ; Stone,

C., 563; Tuttle, S. L., 503; Nye, Ezra, 563; Thompson,

L. P., 563; Warriner, Francis, 563; Ewing, W. B., 563;

Adams, J. R., 563; Gilbert, Mrs. John, 564; Austin, C.

L., 564; Kelly, J., 564; Cla;'p, W. W., 564; Tenner, E.

D., 564.

Hutchings, W., 564; Kirkpatrick, J., 564; Daily, W.,

564; Brown, T. W., 564; Bardwell, II., 564; Kennedy,

8., 564; Morey, Geo., 564; Wasson, J. D., 564; Bastine,

M. A., 565; Clapp, Theo, 565; Bacon, D. S., 565; Pig-

gat, J., 565; Cook, L., 565; Griffin, J. 0. A., 565; Cox,

H. G., 565 ; Slack, E., 566; Waite, Carlos, 566.

Fletcher, C., 566; Studdiford, P. O., 566; Yeatis, Miss

C., 566; Peck, E., 567; Patten, W. S., 567; Odell, M. F.,

567; Codding, Ichabod, 567; Merrick, J. L., 567; Rea,

Mrs., 563; Eisenuth, B., 568; Barrett, S., 563; Kennard,

J. H., 568; Cooke, J. II., 568.

Avery, E., 56s; Parham, W. A., 568; Bruce, George,

668; Maloney, G., 569 ; Toulmin, T. L., 569 ; Childs,

S. D., 569; Grier, J. M., 569; Roy, D. W., 569; Hoyt,

N., 570; Bloodgood, S. De, 570; Dorclan, J. P., 570;

Dutton, T. R., 570; Woodhull, C. S., 570; Velger, H.,

570; Calhoun, J. T., 570 ; Grover, J., 570; Richmond,

J. C., 570; Jones, N., 571; Thorn, J. S., 571 ; White,

Thos., 571 ; Morgan, Gen. George, 571; Taylor, F. W.,

571; Hayward, J., 572; Smith, Gen. M. L, 572.

Pangborn, H, I., 572; Simpson, J. W., 572; Beale,

J. M. H., 572; Newman, W. P., 572; Rutherford, J., 572;

Pierson, T. B., 572; Russell, Geo, R., 572; Dostie, A. P.,

572; Horton, J. W., 572; Butterfield, M., 573 ; Stephens,

J., 573; Brannun, W. P., 573; Viti, Vito, 573; Tracy, W.R.,

573; Willard, C. T., 573; Grosvenor, D. A., 573 ; Plymp-

ton, P. W. L., 573; Wright, W., 573; Holtzman, W.F.,

578; Rutherford, J. C., 573 ; Carder, J. D., 573; Draper,

Miss C., 574; Tompkins, J., 574; Kimball, W., 574;

Weydemeyer, Col. J., 574; Nagle, Gen. J., 574; White,

F. C., 074; McElhone, J. F., 575; Fitzgerald, F., 575;

Howell, I. P., 575; Craider, F., 575; Robinson, J. J.,

575; Wade, E., 575; Barnham, Col. J. C., 575; Marlay,

M., 575; Wallace, R., 575; Baldwin, M. W., 575; Ran-

dall, J., 575; Sage, 0., 576; Orme, Gen. W. W., 576;

Walker, A., 576; Caldwell, Geo. A., 576; Wright, E. W.,

576; Peaselce, Gen. C. H., 576; Hanson, Mrs. J. T., 576;

Scripps, J. L., 576; Wilder, D., 577; Dimsdale, T. J.,

577; Moore, J., 577; Steele, J. B., 577; Josephs, S., 577;

Schuyler, Thos., 577; Snow, George M., 577; Gibson,

Dr. L., 577; Alexander, C., 578; Spaulding, Miss A., 578.

Burnett, H, C., 578; Happersett, R., 578; Culver, J. D.,

578; Kingsbury, Col. Chas., 578; Dickens, A. N., 578:

Osband, Gen. D. E., 578; Rarey, J. S., 578; Baldwin,

S. D., 579; Brainard, Dr. D., 579 ; Ibrie, Col. C. J., 579 ;

Clark, J., 579; Cook, Chas., 579; Fowler, -,579; Barrow,

W., 579; Travis, R., 579 ; Barry, Col. S., 579; Beecher,

J. S., 579; Ansorge, Chas., 679; Colby, Chas. G., 580 ;

Cobb, Sylvanus, 580 ; Lacey, W. B., 530; 'Tripp, C. N.,
550.

Vickers, Thos., 580; Coyle, W. H., 591; Gentry, M. P.,

581; Burr, Wm., 581 ; Gillette, T. P., 581; Whittlesey,

W. A., 581; Ewen, Mrs. M. T., 581; Beale, Major R.,

581; Willson, H. V., 531; Freeman, W. G., 581 ; Lewis,

W. B., 581; Carpenter, D., 582 ; White, C. C., 582 ; Porter,

John F., 582; Roussilon, E., 582; Wheelock, M. G., 582;

Walker, W. M., 582; Brewster, J., 532; Forrest, M., 583;

Brevoort, A., 553; Thomas, J., 583; Auld, J. B., 533; Fry,

Jacob, 583 ; Servoss, T. L., 553; Bronson, Asa, 583 ; Hale,

Mrs. S. P., 583.

Perkins, 593; Hawes, Miss C. P., 633; Minot, Chas.,
583; Paschall, N., 591; Chauncey, P. S., 581; Holliday,

W. A., 554; Hoyt, James, 584; Vethake, H., 581; Brown,

F. H., 584; Fetherman, W. J., 584; Grammond, George

W., 581; Forrest, French, 585; Wilson, H., 555; Peck,

L. B., 685; Sawyer, R. M., 585; Pomeroy, Benjamin,

585; Scranton, E. C., 535; Perkins, J. M., 556; Albro,

-, 686; Semple, Gen. J., 586.

Obituaries, European.-Desmichels, M., 586; Newton, Mrs.

A, V., 586; Parehappe. C. J. B., 586; Ponchard, J. F A.,

587; Montague, J. F. C., 597; Zamoyski, Count, 587;

Brooke, G. V., 597; Palmer, G. II., 587 ; Wellesley, H.,

587; Woolley, J., 587; Ankeswald, R., 587; Clarke, Miss

H. L., 588 ; Maitland, S. R., 558; Oddone, Prince, 588;

Peacock, T. L., 588; Bréhat, A. G., 588 ; Dargand, J. M.,

588.

Foucher, V., 583; Cooper, Com. R., 588; Addison,

C. G., 583; Spottswoode, A., 558; Thompson, J., 588;

Wood, J. P., 558; Donoughmore, R. H. H, 589; Havi-

land, Thos, F., 589; Sykes, Godfrey, 059; Lee, J., 589 ;

Halacz, 539; Ruckert, F., 559.

Massey, Mrs. R. J., 590; Jusuf, Gen., 590; Cooper,

C. H., 590 ; Wares, M., 590; Edwardes, R., 590 ; Tosti,

A., 590; Ferdinand, II. F., 590; Thornton, T., 590;

Langlais, M., 590.

Hillier, George, 591; Griffin, II., 591; Hodgkins, T.,

591; Babington, B. G., 591; Moltke, A. W., 591; Ryland,

J. E., 591 ; Seymour, E. J., 591; Reynolds, J., 591; Bake-

well, Mrs. J., 592; Huiñeld, Dr. H.. 592; Rivers, Geo. P.,

592; Dixon, J., 592; Malitourne, M., 592.

Worsley, P. S., 592; Courthope, W., 592; Harvey, W.

H., 092; Craigie, Dr. D., 593; Robinson, H. H., 593;

Mills, J., 593; Congé, Prince, 593; Etheridge, Dr., 593;

Brofferis, M. A., 693 ; Kamamala, V., 593; Bowles, J..

593 ; Vernon, Geo. J. W., 598; Belcher, J., 593 ; Dell, J.,

598 ; Desportes, M., 593; Flocon, F., 594; Guernon, R.,

594; Nunez, Admiral, 594.

Kinnear, Mrs. B., 594; Berwick, W., 594; Méry, J..

594; Jackson, II., 594; Garrett, R., 594; Willson, R. W..

695; Leeds, W. H., 595; Trulet, M., 595,

Toynbec, Dr. J., 595; Denver, C., 695; Carpenter.

W. H., 595; Howard, F., 595; Spencer, George T., 595:

Delf, T., 595; Batcheldor, T., 596; Nicholson, J., 596; Stockton's right to a seat, 230; on the President's power

Northumberland, Duchess, 596; Hastings, C., 596; Mars, to remove office-holders, 246.

V., 596; Martin, E., 596; Maynard, S., 596; Suriwongs, POMEBOY, SAMUEL C.--Senator from Kansas, 124; on admis-

P. M., 596.

sion of Colorado, 232.

Camden, George C. P., 596; Hohenzollern, Prince, PORTER, JOAN A.-Birth, 613; pursuits, 618; death, 618.

597; Grover, H. M., 597; Alcock, T., 597; Michell, Gen. PORTER, Noal.-Birth, 619; pursuits, 019; death, 619.

J., 597; Kubosarna, 597; Murat, Theo., 597.

Portugal.-Government, 619; area, 619; population, 619;

Francillon, J., 597; Maclaren, Chas., 597; Ilay, D. R., possessions, 619; finances, 619; army, 619; nary, 619;

597; Mouravieff, Gon. N., 598; Halliday, O., 593; Shen Spanish insurrection, 619.

ton, H. C., 698; Willoughby, J. P., 598; Dillon, J. B., POWELL W. Bred.--Birth, 620; career, 620; death, 620.

598; Melier, M., 598; Featherstonaugh, G. W., 199; Presbyterians.—Old School, 621; numbers, 621; Sesion of
Dunbar, D., 599; Goldschmidt, II., 599; Sadlier, E., 599. the General Assembly, 621; organization, 621; Louis-

Turgot, L. F. E., 599; Hobbs, W. F., 599; Sidney, ville Presbytery, 621; action of the Assembly respecting
W. R., 599 ; Lowe, J., 599 ; Pellew, George, 599; Siebold, signers of the “declaration and testimony," 622; Mis-
P. F., 600; Robinson, G. A., 600; Hopkins, W., 600; souri Synod, 622; meeting of dissentients at St. Louis,
Wrench, Miss M., 600; Plunkett, T. S., 600; Conquest, 622; statement of doctrines, principles, and policy, 62);
J. T., 600; Dorion, E., 600; Spence, B. E., 600; Francis presbyteries elsewhere, C23. New School Presbyterians,
G. H., 600.

623; numbers, 623 ; session of the General Assembly, 628;
Barker, B., 601; Holland, Lady S., 601 ; Collingwood, view of national affairs, 623; fraternization, 623 United
R. G. A., 601; Parker, Admiral, 601; Shirley, W. W., Presbyterians: numbers, 624; contributions, 624; ses.
601; Chevalier, S. P., 601; Barante, A. G. P., 602.

sion of the General Assembly, 624; proceedings, 024.
Cotton, W., 602; Everest, Geo., 602; Hincks, E., 602; Cumberland Presbyterians, 624; meeting of the Assemi-
Frère, J. H., 602; Meath, J. C., 602; Robertson, J., 602; bly, 624. Southern Presbyterians: Session of the Gen-
Monroe, E., 603; Hind, J., 603; Gilbert, Mrs. A., 603; eral Assembly, 624; new book of discipline, 624; other
Bick, R., 603; Figanière, J. O., 603; Frank, M., 603.

proceedings, 624; committee to confer with Cumber-

Ohio.-Prosperity, 603; assembling of the Democratic Con land Presbyterians, 623; report on education, 625. As-

vention, 603 ; resolutions, 603; Republican Convention,

sociate Reformed, 625; numbers, 625; Presbyterians in

608; resolutions, 603; results of the election, 604; val Great Britain, 625; Presbyterians in British Colonies,

uation of property, 604; taxes, 604; finances, 604; debt,

626.

604; agricultural products, 604; wool, 604; live-stock, PRICE, HIRAM.—Representative from Iowa, 124; nominates

604; population of cities, 604; new buildings erected,

B. H. Nadal for chaplain, 129; offers a resolution, 143.

604; marriages, 604; mortgages, 604; charitable institu- Prussia.-Government, 626; area, 626; religion of the pop-

tions, 605; the State Reform farm, 605.

ulation, 626; revenues, 626; army, 626; nary, 626; diffi-

Quenburg.-Government, 603; area, 603; population, 605;

culties with Austria, 626 ; negotiations, 626; war, 626;

commerce, 605; joins the Confederation, 605.

aggrandizement of Prussia, 626; demand of France, 626;

O'NEILL, CHAELES.--Representative from Pennsylvania, 124; secret treaties, 627; conflict between the Gorerunet
nominates Thomas B. Stockton for chaplain, 128.

and people, C27; royal speech, 627; action of the Cham.

Oregon.-Election of State officers, 605; acts of the Legisla-

ber of Deputies, 627; dissolved, 629; new election, 623;

ture, 605; constitutional amendment, 605; Central Rail-

royal speech, 628; action of the new chambers, 623; re-

road, 606; surplus crops, 606.

sults of the war, 623; map of Prussia, 629.

OUSELEY, WILLIAM G.–Birth, 606; pursuits, 606; death, Public Documents.— President's Message at the second sese

sion of the Thirty-ninth Congress, 630 ; veto of the act
to establish a bureau for the relief of freedmen, refugees,

and abandoned lands, 635; Civil Rights bill, 638; Feto
P

of, 640; majority report of the joint committee on te-
Paraguay.- Government, 607; area, 607; population, 607; construction to the two Honses of Congress, 643; mi-

railroads, 607; alliances against Paraguay, 607; terins, nority report of the joint committee on reconstraction to
607; allied armies, 608; Paraguayan army, 609; military

the two Houses of Congress, 650; an act for the union
operations, 609-611.

of Canada, Nova Scotia, and New Brunswick, and the

PARISIS, PIERRE LOU18.--Birth, 611; pursuits, 611; death, government thereof, as passed by the British Parlis.

611.

ment, 657.

PASSMORE, J. C.-Birth, 612; pursuits, 612; death, 612.
Pennsylvania.-Moeting of the Legislature, 612; acts pass-

R
ed, 612; resolution on the Civil Rights bill, 612; dis-
franchising deserters, 612; Democratic Convention, 613; RANDALI, SAMUEL J.—Representative from Pennsylvania,
resolutions, 613; Republican Convention, 613; resola 124; offers a resolution on the payment of the publie
tions, 613; mass convention, 614; resolutions, 614; debt, 130.
finances, 614; debt, 614; school system, 614; appropria RAYMOND, HENRY J.-Representative from New York, 134;

tions, 614; report of superintendent, 614; elections, 615. presents a constitutional question, 140; on represents.
Peru.-Government, 615; area, 615; population, 615; army, tion and taxation, 147; on Tennessee members, 3;

615; navy, 615; commerce, 613; alliance with Chili, offers resolution relative to Jefferson Davis, 240.
615; operations of the Spaniards, 615; fortifications at Reconstruction.-Committee in Congress, 140.
Callao, 615; attack by the Spanish fleet, 615; repulse, Reed Instruments.First application of a tongue of metal
616; Peruvian admiral, 616; reform movements, 616; to musical sounds, 666; the colodican, 666; the accor-
insurrectionary movements, 617; election, 617.

doon, 666; changes, 666; the melodeon, 666; cursins
Photography, Chromo.-Experiments, 617; theory of Helm the reeds, 666; ditlìculty in regard to tones, 667; es.
holz confirmed, 617; experiments of St. Victor, 617.

periments, 667; octave coupler, 667; stop3, 6os
PIERPONT, JOIN.-Birth, 617; career, 617; death, 617. Reformed Churches.-Reformed Dutch, Cos; synods, eos;
Pise, CHARLES C.-Birth, 613; pursuits, 616; death, 618. numbers, 668; missions, 668; resolutions on the chance
POLAND, LUKE P.-Senator from Vermont, 124; relative to of the othcial name of the Church, 663; German Be

606.

formed, 663; triennial synod, 668; officers, 668; rela- SHERMAN, JOHN.-Senator from Ohio, 124; on exclusion of

tions with the Reformed Dutch, 668; discussions, 669. Southern members, 162: on the President's power to re-

RENNIE, GEORGE-Birth, 669; pursuits, 669; death, 669.

move office-holders, 242–250.

Reuse-Government, 669 ; area, 669; population, 669 ; joins SHERMAN, Gen. W. T.-Appointed Lieutenant-General, 84.

German Confederation, 669.

SMITH, AUGUSTUS W.-Birth, 689; pursuits, 689; death,

Rhigolene. -Discovery, 669; nature, 669; uses, 669 ; exper 689.

iments, 670.

SMITH, GREEN CLAY.-Representative from Kentucky, 124;

Rhode Island.-Meeting of Republicans in convention, nominates Charles B. Parsons for chaplain, 129.

670; proceedings, 670; Democratic Convention, 670; SMITH, JOSEPH M.-Birth, 690; career, 690; death, 690

proceedings, 670; election, 670; inauguration of the Soda, Biborate of.-Found in California, 692; constituent

Governor, 670; proceedings, 671; session of the Legis parts of water, 692; annual supply estimated, 692.

lature, 671; acts passed, 671; Narraganset Indians, 671; Soda and Chlorino Residues.-Nature, 692; utilizers, 692;

decline to become citizens, 671.

treatment, 692; various processes, 693.

RICHMOND, DEAN.-Birth, 671; career, 671; death, 672. Soda and Soda Compound8.—Processes for the prepara-
ROGERS, ANDREW J.-Representative from New Jersey, 124; tion of, 694; outline of Leblanc's, 695; theory of Le-

on representation and taxation, 146; on the Civil Rights blanc, 696; other processes, 697; preparation of soda
bill, 201; on the bill to relieve officers, 216.

chlorine, etc., acids, 697; Kapp's soda process, 698; pro-

ROGERS, HENRY D.-Birth, 673; pursuits, 673; death, 673. cess with baryta, etc., 698; process by direct action on

Roman Catholic Church. Organization and numbers, 673; common salt, 698 ; soda from cryolite, 699; oxidation

organization and numbers in England, 673; negotiations of crude soda liquors, 699; preparation of pnre soda,

of the Italian Government with the Pope, 674; allocu 699.

tion of the Pope, 674; allocution against Russia, 674; Solid Bodies, flow of.-Explanation, 700;1 experiments, 700;

reply of the Russian Government, 675; letter to the phenomena, 700.

Catholic bishops on tho canonization of martyrs, 676; Sorghum.-The sort of cane, 700; cultivation, 701; express-

second National Council in the United States, 676; mem ing of the juice, 702; purification, 703; processes, 700;

bers, 676; pastoral letter, 677; views on the emancipa sugar, 706; other uses, 706; profits of culture, 707;

tion of slaves, 677; dispatch to the Pope, 678; reply, yearly product, 707.

678.

South Carolina.- utility of criminal laws, 707; modifica-

Ross, Jonn.-Birth, 678; pursuits, 678; death, 678.

tions, 707; stay law, 708; session of the Legislature;

Russia.-Government, 678; area, 678; population, 678; 708; its acts, 709; public debt, 703; penitentiary, 709;

revenue, 679; attempt to assassinate the Emperor, 679; schools, 708; imprisonment for debt, 708; rice crop, 708;

congratulations of the Emperor by the United States, amendment to the Federal Constitution, 709; civil rights

679; reply of Prince Gortchakoff, 679; letter of the of negroes, 709; exports of cotton, 709; manufactures,

Emperor, 680; war in Central Asia, 680; incorporation 709.

of Tashkend with the empire, 680; insurrections in the Spain.--Government, 687; area, 687 ; population, 687;
Cancasus, 681; emancipation, 681; Russification of Po. finances, 687; debt, 687; commerce, 687; army, 687;
land, 682.

military revolt, 687; resignation of the O'Donnell min-
Russian America.-Situation, 682; extent, 682; history, istry, 688; proclamation of the revolutionary junta,

082; rivers, 682; productions, 682; climate, 683; sold to 688; war with Chili and Peru, 688.
the United States, 683.

SPARKS, JARED.-Birth, 688; career, 688; death, 688.
RUTHERFORD, Joun.-Birth, 683; pursuits, 683; death, 684. SPEED, J.-Attorney-General, 518; on the case of Jefferson

Davis, 518.
STANSBERY, HENRY.–Attorney-General, 517; letter on the

case of Jefferson Davis, 517.
San Domingo.--Area, 084; population, 684; government, STANTON, EDWIN M.--Secretary of War, 513; report on the
684; visit of Secretary Seward, 684.

case of Jefferson Davis, 513.
San Saloador. - See Central America.

STEVENS, THADDEUS.-Representative from Pennsylvania,
SAULABURY, WILLARD.-Senator from Delaware, 124; on the 124; offers resolution for a joint committee on recon-

reconstruction committee, 138; on the exclusion of struction, 128; nominates James G. Butler for chaplain,
Southern members, 180; on the constitutional amend 129; offers a series of joint resolutions, 180; on Senate
ment, 191; on the Civil Rights bill, 197; on the Freed amendments to reconstruction resolution, 139, 140; on
men's Bureau, 207; on the bill to relieve officers, 219; referring President's Message, 141; on an amendment to
on admission of Colorado, 283.

the Constitution, 146; reports from joint committee,
Saxe.--Government, 684; area, 684; population, 684.

155; reports from joint committee, 182; offers bills,
Sacony.--Government, 684; area, 684 ; population, 684; 183; on the Constitutional Amendment, 183; on the
revenue, 684; in the German war, 684.

Memphis riots, 238.
Schaumburg-Lippe.-Government, 684; area, 684; popala- STEWART, WILLIAM M.–Senator from Nevada, 124; on the
tion, 684; sides with Prussia, 684.

Freedmen's Bureau bill, 205; on admission of Colorado,
Schleswig-Holstein.- Treaty arrangements, 684 ; govern 232; offers resolutions of universal amnesty and univer-
ment, 684; area, 685; population, 685.

sul suffrage, 748.
Schwarzburg.-Government, 685; area, 685; population, STILWELL, Tuomas N.-Representative from Illinois, 124;
635; sides with Prussis, 685.

offers a resolution, 143.

Soort, WINFIELD.-Birth, 685; career, 685; death, 686. STOCKTON, JOHN P.-Senator from New Jersey, 124; report

SEATON, WILLIAM.-Birth, 687; parsuits, 687; death, 687. of the Judiciary Committee on his right to a seat, 226;

SEWARD, WILLIAM H.-Letter on sending constitutional on his right to a seat in the Senate, 228-230.

amendment to States, 196; action of the New York Sen- STOCKTON, ROBERT F.-Birth, 709; career, 710; death, 710.

ate relative to, 544'; views on the President's position, STREET, AUGUSTUS.-Birth, 711; pursuits, 711 ; death, 711.

703 ; do. on the Philadelphia Convention, 755, 757. Sugar.- Varieties of cane, 711; qualities and composition

SHELLABAEGER, SAMUEL.-Representative from Ohio, 124; of cane-juice, 712; manufacture of raw sugars, 712;

on representation and taxation, 146.

improvements, 713; processes of refining, 714; improve-

U

ments in, 716; importation and consumption of, 717,

718.

Stuner, CHARLES.-Senator from Massachusetts, 134; offers

a resolution declaratory of the Constitutional Amend.

ment abolishing slavery, 123; do, declaratory of the duty

of Congress in respect to guarantios of the national security

and the national faith, 125; do. respecting the duty of Con-
gress relative to loyal citizens in the Southern States,
125, on the report of Carl Schurz, 138; against resolu-
tion on representation, 149–152; on Stockton's right to a
seat, 229; against the admission of Colorado, 282; on
emancipation in Russia, 237; on the President's power

to remove office-bolders, 242,

Sweden and Norway.--Government, 719; area, 719; popu-

lation, 719; army, 719; debt, 719; commerce, 719.

Switzerland.-Area, 719; population, 719 ; army, 719;

amendinent to the constitution, 719.

T.

Unitarians.-Meeting of the National Conference, 745 ; of-

ficers, 745; subetitute for the first article of the consti-
tution, 746; objections, 746; discussion, 746; resolution
on temperance, 746; do, on the state of the country,

746; council of ten, 747; further proceedings, 747.

United Brethren in Christ.-Numbers, 747; bistory, 747;

doctrine, 747; expenditures, 748.

United States.—Disapprobation of the people with the

President's measures, 748 ; universal suffrage and uel-

versal amnesty proposed, 748; views of the President
stated to Senator Dixon, 748; do to a colored delegation,

749; do. to a committee of the Virginia Legislature, 750;

do. on February 22d, 751; decision of Supreme Court on
test oaths, 752; action of the Republican National Com-
mittee, 752; declaration of Wendell Phillips, 752; public
meetings, 752; determination of the President, 792 ;

speech to a delegation from Kentucky, 753; organization

of the National Union Club, 763; proceedings, 138;

members of the Cabinet interrogated, 733 ; replies, 753 ;

call for a National Union Convention, 754; tbe call, 754;

address to tho people by Democratic members of Coa-
gress, 754; its effect, 751; views of Secretary Seward on
the convention, 750; do. of Secretary Welles, 755; do.
of Attorney-General Speed, 755; do. of otber members,
756 ; do. of A. Stephens, 756; call for a Southern Unione
ist Convention, 756 ; the call, 756; meeting of the Na-
tional Union Convention, 757; organization, 757; réso-
lutions, 757; views of the President on the acts of the
convention, 757; action of the Loyal League in Phila-
delphia, 758; Southern Unionist Convention, 755; pro-
ceedings, 758; resolutions, 759; address, 769; Soldiers'
convention at Cleveland, 759 ; message from convention
at Memphis, 759; reply, 759; Soldiers' Convention at
Pittsburg, 760; resolutions, 760; Workingmen's Conten-

tion, 760.

Universalists.-General Convention, 760; proceedings, 760;

work done, statement of, 760.

Upton, Major-General E.-System of infantry tactics, 89,

Uruguay.--Government, 761; area, 761; population, 761;

army, 761; commerce, 761.

Taxation.-See Finances.

Telegraph, Electric.-Atlantic Submarine Line, 719; various

cables used, 720, 721; laying the cable in 1866, 722; Inter-
national, or Russo-American Line, 723; important sub-

marine line, 726 ; miscellaneous, 727.

TELLIER, REMIGIUS J.-Birth, 727; pursuits, 727; death, 727;

Tennessee.- Views of the Legislature on the messages of

the President, 727; Jaw for the benefit of persons of

American or African descent, 728; action on the dis-

franchisement bill, 728; the test oath, 728; special ses-
sion of the Legislature, 728; application to the Federal
Government for a military force, 729 ; arrest of mom-
bers, 729; forcing a quorum, 729; habeas corpus, 729 ;
views of the Governor, 729; universal suffrage and uni-
versal amnesty measure, 730; riot at Memphis, 730; re-
port of General Stoneman, 780; report of the city press,
781; Union State Convention, 731 ; criminal trials, 782 ;
movement in East Tennessee for a separate State or.

ganization, 732; State debt, 732.
Territories of the United States.-Arizona, 732; Dakota,

738; Idaho, 733; Indian Territory, 784; Montana, 785;
Nebraska, 735; New Mexico, 787; Utah, 787; Washing-

ton, 788

Test Oaths.-Act of Congress, 788; oath in Missouri, 788;

difficulty to select persons in the South to carry on the

government, 738; communication to Congress, 788;

constitutionality of the act of Missouri before the Su-

preme Court, 789; opinions of the court, 739, 740-752.

Texas.- The State convention, 741; ordinance declaring

null the ordinance of secession, 741; ordinance relative

to the war debt, 741 ; civil rights conferred on freedmen,

741 ; other acts of the convention, 741, 742 ; vote by the

people on constitutional amendments, 742; session of

the Legislature, 742; finances, 742; schools, 742; insane

asylum, 742; deaf and dumb asylum, 742; blind asylum,
742; geological survey, 743; other acts of the Legislature,
743; correspondence of the Governor with the President,

743.
Thallium.-Action of combinations, 743; how prepared, 743.
Tuayer, M. RUSSELL.-Representative from Pennsylvania,

124; on the Civil Rights bill, 202.
THORNTON, ANTHONY.—Representative from Illinois, 124;

offers a resolution, 743.
THOU VENEL, EDWARD H.-Birth, 744; career, 744; death,

744.

TOWNSEND, ROBERT.-Birth, 744; career, 744; death, 744.

TRUMBULL, LYMAN.-Senator from Illinois, 124; on the re-

construction committee, 188; on Civil Rights bill, 196;

on the veto of the Civil Rights bill, 203 ; on the Freed-

men's Bureau bill, 207; makes report of Judiciary Com-

Vax BUREN, Joux.-Birth, 761; career, 761; death, 761.

Venezuela. Government, 761; ares, 761; population, 761;

debt, 761; commerce, 701.
Vermont.--Resolution of Legislature relative to reconstruc-

tion, 128; meeting of Republican Convention, 761 ; 8880-
lutions, 761; Democratic Convention, 702; resolutions,
762; proceedings of Legislature, 762; resolutions on im.
partial suffrage, 762; finances, 762; soldiers of the war,

762; schools, 763; institutions, 763; elections, 76).
Virginia.-Views of the Governor on labor and immigra-

tion, 763; State militia, 763; debt, 763; revenue, 164;
literary fund, 764; education of freedmen, 764; acts of
the Legislature, 764; stay law, 764; its constitutionality

decided, 761; amendment to the Federal Constitation,

763; case of Dr. Watson, 765; migration of negrota to

the cotton States, 765; Civil Rights bill, 765; Republica

State Convention, 766; petition for a provisional govern-

ment, 766; commerce of Richmond, 766.

Virginia, West.-Disfranchising amendment to the State

constitation, 766; its adoption, 767; effect, 767; election,

767; institutions, 767.
VON DER DECKEX, CHARLES 0.–Birth, 767; career, 767;

death, 767.
VOORHEES, DANIEL W.-Representative from Indiana, 124;

offers a resolution on the President's message, 144.

provements, 770; railroads, 770; rivers, 770; schools,
770; charitable institutions, 770, 771; State University,

771; election, 771.
WRIGHT, WILLIAM.–Senator from New Jersey, 124; pre-

sents the credentials of John P. Stockton, 124; birth,

772; pursuits, 772; death, 772.
Würtemberg.--Government, 772; area, 772; population, 772.

WADE, BENJAMIN F.-Senator from Ohio, 124; on the ex-

clusion of Southern members, 176; on admission of

Colorado, 233.

Waldeck.--Government, 768; area, 768; revenue, 768; joins

German Confederation, 768.
WASHBURNE, ELIHU B.-Representative from Illinois, 124;

on representatives from Louisiana, 126.

WHEWELL, WILLIAM.—Birth, 768; pursuits, 768; death, 768.

WILLIAMS, GEORGE H.-Senator from Oregon, 124; on ad-

mission of Colorado, 234; on the bill to protect officers,

221,

WILLIAMS, SETH.-Birth, 768; career, 768; death, 768.

WILLSON, JAMES.-Birth, 769; pursuits, 769; death, 769.

WILSON, HENRY.-Senator from Massachusetts, 124; offers

a resolution relative to inquiries of Reconstruction Com.
mittee, 140; offers amendments, 189; on Freedmen's
Bureau, 211; on the bill to relieve officers, 219; on ad-

mission of Colorado, 284.
WILSOX, JAMES F.-Representative from Iowa, 124; offers

resolution relative to reconstruction, etc., 140; reports a

joint resolution, 143; on the Civil Rights bill, 201.

Wisconsin,-- Area and development of the State, 769; ac-

tion of the Legislature, 769; right of suffrage extended,

769; finances, 769; State banks, 769; value of leading

articles of produce at home, on the lake shore, and at

New York, 769; growth of wheat, 770; projected im-

YEAS AND Nars.--Senate.-On the Reconstruction Com-

mittee, 189; relative to the elective franchise, 164;

on exclusion of Southern members, 182 ; on Consti.
tutional Amendment, 191 ; on the Civil Rights bull,
201; on the vetoed Civil Rights bill, 204; on Freed-
men's Bureau bill, 210; on vetoed Freedmen's Bureau

bill, 211, 214; on bill to relieve officers, 219; on the bill

to protect officers, 222; on admission of Tennessee, 224;

on the election of Senators, 281; on admission of Colo-

rado, 284, 285; relative to President's power of removals,

246, 251, 252; to lay on table a resolution relative to

elective franchise in the Territories, 252

House.--On appointing a joint Reconstruction Com-
mittee, 128; relative to paying the public debt, 180; on
au amendment to the Constitution, 144; on a resolution
not to withdraw the military forces, 144; on referring &
resolution, 145; on amendment to the Constitution on
representation, 148; on committee's report, 155; on
amendment of the Constitution, 186; on Senate amend-
ments, 195; on the Civil Rights bill, 203; on the vetoed

do., 205; on Freedmen's Bureau Bill, 210, 211; on vetood

Freedmen's bill, 214; on officers' bill, 217; on admission

of Tennessee members, 224; on the admission of Colo-

rado, 235; on resolutions, 238–240.

YOUNG, JOSUE M.-Birth, 772; pursuits, 772; death, T12.

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