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STATEMENT OF THE PUBLIC DEBT OF THE UNITED STATES, JULY 1, 1870.-Continued.

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STATEMENT OF THE PUBLIC DEBT OF THE UNITED STATES, JULY 1, 1870.-Continued.

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The foregoing is a correct statement of the public debt, as appears from the books and Treasurer's returns in the department at the close of business on the last day of June, 1870. GEORGE S. BOUTWELL, Secretary of the Treasury.

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INDEX.

ABBOTT, JOHN C., Senator in 40th Congress, 383; in 41st,
407. 507; motion on currency bill, 588.
ADAMS, GEORGE M., Representative in 40th Congress, 348,
384; in 41st, 408, 508.

ADMISSION, of Tennessee, 152; of Arkansas, 337; of North
Carolina, South Carolina. Louisiana, Alabama, and
Florida, 337, 338; of Virginia, Mississippi, and Tex-
as, 572-579; of Georgia, 337-341, 393, 609-615.
AIKEN, WILLIAM, claimant to seat in 39th Congress, 108.
AKERMAN, AMOS T, Attorney General, note, 507.
ALABAMA, reconstruction facts in, 12, 21, 34; resolutions

of legislature, 22; laws on freedmen, 33, 34; vote of
legislature of 1866 on XIVth constitutional amend-
ment, 194, 260; ratified XIVth amendment, 428;
made part of third military district, 200; resolu-
tion of grand council of Union league of, in 1867,
249, 250; orders and action of the military therein,
201-206, 319-321; abstract of new constitution of,
327; restoration to representation, 337, 339, 340, 341;
election returns in, 372; William H. Smith, gov
ernor, ordered to convene the legislature, 428; mil-
itary rule withdrawn, 422, 428; vote of legislature
on XVth amendment, 557; claimants from, in 39th
Congress, 107, 108; in 40th, 183, 348; Senators and
Representatives in 40th Congress, 383, 384; in 41st,
407, 508; apportionment of currency in, 596; appor-
tionment of representation under census of 1860,
585; presidential vote in 1860, 372; in 1868, 499; reg-
istration and disfranchisement in, and vote on con-
stitutional conventions and on ratifying new con-
stitution, 374.

ALCORN, JAMES L., claimant to seat in 39th Congress,
197; elected Governor of Mississippi, 260.
ALLEY, JOHN B., Representative in 39th Congress, 108.
ALLISON, ABRAHAM K., president of the rebel senate of
Florida, call of, for election, and General Gillmore's
order annulling, 24.

ALLISON, WILLIAM B., Representative in 39th Congress,
108; in 40th, 183, 348, 384; in 41st, 408, 508; motions
on public credit bill, 396, 413; motion on currency
bill, 594.

AMBLER, JACOB A., Representative in 41st Congress, 408,

508.

AMENDMENTS, bill to regulate mode of ratifying consti-
tutional, 621.

AMENDMENTS, CONSTITUTIONAL. FOURTEENTH-President
Johnson's message and Secretary Seward's report
upon, 83, 84; votes adopting, 102; preliminary votes
and propositions, 103-106; text of, 192, 548; votes
of legislatures upon, 194, 353; proposed substitute
for, 258; ratification of, 379. FIFTEENTH-Congres-
sional proceedings on, 399-406; resolution as to ef
fect of, 415; votes of State legislatures on, 488, 557-
562; ratifying votes, proclamation, bills enforcing,
and votes thereon, 545-572. PROPOSED SIXTEENTH,
506; proposed religious, 506.
AMES, ADELBERT, Senator in 41st Congress, 507; appoint-
ed military governor of Mississippi, 323; resolution
concerning, 481.

AMES, OAKES, Representative in 39th Congress, 108; in
40th, 182, 347, 383; in 41st, 407, 507.
AMNESTY, President Johnson's proclamations of, 9, 342,

344, 419; Mr. Seward's accompanying circular, 10;
resolutions of political conventions on, 249, 365, 367,
478, 481, 482; votes on resolution for general am-
nesty, 582, 583.

ANCONA, SYDENHAM E., Representative in 39th Congress,
108; resolution on Fenians, 113.

ANDERSON, GEORGE W., Representative in 39th Congress,
108; in 40th, 183, 348, 384.

ANTHONY, HENRY B., Senator in 39th Congress, 107; in
40th, 182, 347, 383; in 41st, 407, 507.
ANTI-SLAVERY OR XIIITH CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT,
announcement of ratification of, 6; action of in-
surrectionary States on, 19-24; President John-
son's telegrams respecting, 22, 23, 25; resolutions
of political conventions on, 117, 123, 247, 363.
APPLEGATE, A. J., appointed Lieutenant Governor of
Alabama, 428.

APPOINTMENTS TO OFFICE, President Johnson's order
respecting, 7.
APPORTIONMENT OF REPRESENTATION under census of
1860, 125, 585; votes in 1870 to make a new, 583, 585.
ARCHER, STEVENSON, Representative in 40th Congress,
182, 348, 384; in 41st, 407, 508.
ARKANSAS, President Johnson's telegram to Governor
Murphy, 28; claimants in 39th Congress, 107, 108, 183;
vote of legislature of 1866 on XIVth amendment,
194; ratified XIVth amendment, 353; made part of
fourth military district, 200; Republican platform
of 1867, 250, 251; orders and action of the military
therein, 206, 321-323; new constitution of, 327; res-
toration to representation, 337-339: Senators and
Representatives in 40th Congress, 347, 348, 384; in
41st, 407,507; military rule withdrawn, 422, 428, 429;
date of withdrawal of military rule, 428: vote on
XVth amendment, 488; apportionment of cur-
rency in, 596; apportionment of representation
under census of 1860, 585; Presidential vote, in
1860, 372; in 1868, 499; vote on calling constitu-
tional convention and ratifying constitution, 374.
ARMSTRONG, WILLIAM H., Representative in 41st Con-
gress, 407, 508.
ARNELL, SAMUEL M., Representative in 39th Congress,
108, 182; in 40th, 348, 384; in 41st, 408, 508.
ARNOLD, SAMUEL, President Johnson's order for the ex-
ecution of sentence upon, 7.

ARTICLES OF IMPEACHMENT AGAINST ANDREW JOHNSON, an-
swer of, and judgment of the Senate, 266-282.
ASHBURN, GEORGE W., order on assassination of, 320.
ASHLEY, DELOS R., Representative in 39th Congress,
108; in 40th, 182, 348, 384.

ASHLEY, JAMES M., Representative in 39th Congress,
108; in 40th, 183, 348, 384; action on impeachment
of President Johnson, 187, 189.

ASPER, JOEL F., Representative in 41st Congress, 408, 508.
ASSASSINS OF ABRAHAM LINCOLN, President Johnson's

orders for trial and punishment of, 7; withdrawal
of reward for John H. Surratt and others, 198; re-
fusal of writ of habeas corpus in case of, 260.
ATTORNEYS' TEST-OATH, Votes in House on repealing,
111, 185; opinion of Supreme Court upon, 220-239;
orders of court on, note, 226, 228.
ArwOOD, DAVID, Representative in 41st Congress, note,
508.
ATZERODT, G. A., President Johnson's order for the
execution of sentence upon, 7; order respecting
reward for, 198; application for habeas corpus, 260.
AXTELL, SAMUEL B., Representative in 40th Congress,
348, 384; in 41st, 408, 508.
AYER, RICHARD S., Representative in 41st Congress, 508.
B

BAILEY, ALEXANDER H., Representative in 40th Congress,
note, 348, 383; in 41st, 407, 508.
BAKER, JEHU, Representative in 39th Congress, 108; in
40th, 183, 348, 384.

BAKER, JOSHUA, appointed governor of Louisiana, 325.
BALDWIN, JOHN B., reply of President Johnson to, 56-58.
BALDWIN, JOHN D., Representative in 39th Congress, 168;
in 40th, 182, 347, 383.

BALTIMORE TROUBLES of 1866, General Grant's record
upon, 297, 305, 306.

BANKING AND CURRENCY, legislation on, 586-596; resolu-
tions touching questions of, 391, 392, 579, 580.
BANKING SYSTEM, NATIONAL, resolutions of political con-
ventions on, 480, 483.

BANKS, tables showing taxation on, 373; right of the
United States to tax State, 523-530; right of States
to tax national, 530, 532; sundry propositions to re-
strict as to circulation, rate of interest charged by,
and interest on United States bonds held by, 589,
590, 594; Mr. Morgan's proposition for repeal of all
acts authorizing the issue of national bank notes,
593; amount received from tax on, 373, 626.
BANKS, NATHANIEL P., Representative in 39th Congress,
108; in 40th, 182, 347, 383; in 41st, 407, 508; reports
Cuban resolution, 619.

BARBOUR, B. JOHNSON, claimant to seat as Representative
in 39th Congress, 108.

BARKER, ABRAHAM A., Representative in 39th Congress,
108.

BARKER, JACOB, claimant to seat as Representative in
39th Congress, 108.

BARNES, DEMAS, Representative in 40th Congress, 182,
347, 383.

BARNUM, WILLIAM H., Representative in 40th Congress,
347, 383; in 41st, 407, note, 508.

BARRY, HENRY W., Representative in 41st Congress, 508.
BATTLE, CULLEN A., claimant to seat as Representative
in 39th Congress, 108.

BAXTER, ELISHA, claimant to seat as Senator in 39th Con-
gress, 107; in 40th, 183.

BAXTER, PORTUS, Representative in 39th Congress, 108.
BAYARD, JAMES A., Senator in 40th Congress, note, 347,

383; motions on XVth amendment, 402, 404; as to
public credit bill, 396.

BAYARD, THOMAS F., Senator in 41st Congress, 407, 507;
funding motion, 601; motion to tax bonds, 607.
BEALE, W. H. R., Grant's recommendation for pardon
of, 301.305.

BEAMAN, FERNANDO C., Representative in 39th Congress,
108; in 40th, 183, 348, 384; in 41st, 408, 508; report
on impeachment, 266.

BEATTY, JOHN, Representative in 40th Congress, note, 348,
384; in 41st, 408, 508.

BECK, JAMES B., Representative in 40th Congress, 348,
384; in 41st, 408, 508; substitute for Mississippi bill,
577; for Texas bill, 579; motion to tax interest on
bonds, 606.

BELKNAP, WILLIAM W., Secretary of War, note, 507.
BELL, JAMES H., telegram to Secretary Seward and re-
ply, 199.

BENJAMIN, JOHN F., Representative in 39th Congress,
108; in 40th, 183, 348, 384; in 41st, 408, 508.
BENNETT, DAVID S., Representative in 41st Congress, 407,

508.

BENTON, JACOB, Representative in 40th Congress, 182, 347,
383; in 41st, 407, 507.

BERGEN, TEUNIS G., Representative in 39th Congress,
108,

BIDWELL, JOHN, Representative in 39th Congress, 108.
BIGGS, BENJAMIN T., Representative in 41st Congress,
407, 508.

BINGHAM, JOHN A., Representative in 39th Congress, 108;
in 40th, 183, 348, 384; in 41st, 408, 508; report on im-
munities of citizens, 105; joint resolution for the
restoration of Tennessee, 105, 151, 152; amendment
to resolution on President's policy, 111; motion
respecting the transfer, suspension, or removal of
the general commanding the armies, 178; bill to
validate certain proclamations and acts of the
President, 185; report on impeachment, 266; on
committee to prepare articles of impeachment,
266; manager of impeachment, 271; motions as to
XVth amendment, 400, 406; reports enforcing bill,
550; substitute for Virginia bill, 574; proviso to
Georgia bill, 611; motion on Cuban resolution, 620;
substitute for same, 621; reports bill to regulate
mode of ratifying constitutional amendment, 621.
BIRD, JOHN T., representative in 41st Congress, 407, 508.
BLACK, JEREMIAH S., of counsel of Andrew Johnson, 271.
BLACKBURN, W. JASPER, Representative in 40th Congress,
348, 384.

BLAINE, JAMES G., Representative in 39th Congress, 108;
in 40th, 182, 347, 383; Speaker in 41st, 407, 507.
BLAIR, AUSTIN, Representative in 40th Congress, 183, 348,
384; in 41st, 408, 508; funding motion, 602.
BLAIR, FRANCIS P., nominated for Vice President, 371;
letter of acceptance, 369; preceding speech and
letter to Colonel Brodhead, 380, 381.

BLAIR, MONTGOMERY, President Johnson's telegram to
on reconstruction, 199.
BLOCKADE, proclamations concerning, 7, 9, 13.
BLOW, HENRY T., Representative in 39th Congress, 108.
BOLES, THOMAS, Representative in 40th Congress, 348,
384; in 41st, 408, 508.
BONDS OF UNITED STATES, resolutions of political conven-
tions as to payment of or tax upon, 364, 367, 480,
482; amount issued to Pacific railroad companies,

630.

508.

BOOKER, GEORGE W., Representative in 41st Congress,
BooтH, JOHN WILKES, President Johnson's order re-
specting reward for, 198.
BOREMAN, ARTHUR I., Senator in 41st Congress, 407, 507;
funding motion, 601.

BORIE, ADOLPH E., Secretary of Navy, and resignation
of, 407.

BOUTWELL, GEORGE S., Representative in 39th Congress,
108; in 40th, 182, 347, 383; in 41st, resignation of,
note, 407; resolution for trial of Jeff. Davis, 113;
bill to prescribe test-oath for attorneys, 184; mo-
tions on XVth amendment, 405; Secretary of the
Treasury, 406, 507; reports on impeachment of An-
drew Johnson, 264, 266; on committee to prepare
articles of impeachment, 266; manager of impeach-
ment, 271.

BowEN, CHRISTOPHER C., Representative in 40th Con-
gress, 348, 384; in 41st, 407, 508.

BoYCE, HENRY, claimant to seat as Senator in 39th Con-
gress, 107; in 40th, 183.

BOYD, SEMPRONIUS H., Representative in 41st Congress,
408, 508.

BOYDEN, NATHANIEL, Representative in 40th Congress,
348, 384.

BOYER, BENJAMIN M., Representative in 39th Congress,
108; in 40th, 182, 348, 384.

BRANCH, A. M., claimant to seat as Representative in
39th Congress, 182.
BRANDEGEE, AUGUSTUS, Representative in 39th Congress,

108

BROMWELL, HENRY P. H., Representative in 39th Con
gress. 108; in 40th, 183, 348, 384.
BROOKS, GEORGE M., Representative in 41st Congress,

note, 508.

BROOKS, JAMES, Representative in 39th Congress, un-
seated, note, 108; in 40th, 182, 347, 383; in 41st, 407, 508.
BROOMALL, JOHN M., Representative in 39th Congress,
108; in 40th, 182, 348, 384; resolutions of, on recon-
struction, note, 111-113; resolution declaring re-
pudiation odious, 392.

BROWN, B. GRATZ, Senator in 39th Congress, 107.
BROWN. JOSEPH E., governor of Georgia, call for rebel
legislature, 20; order of General Gillmore revok
ing, 20; decision on intermarriage of white and
colored persons in Georgia, 474; opinion on eligi-
bility to office in Georgia of colored persons, 470.
BROWNING, ORVILLE H., call for National Union Conven-
tion, 119; Secretary of the Interior, 181, 347, 383;
letter of, on General Grant, 289.

BROWNLOW, WILLIAM G., Senator in 41st Congress, 407,
507; elected Governor of Tennessee, 27; President
Johnson's telegram to, in 1865, respecting election,
199; proclamation of, in 1867, 208.
BUCHANAN, HUGH, claimant to seat as Representative
in 39th Congress, 108.
BUCHANAN, General, General Grant's telegram to, 325;
in temporary command in Louisiana, 422.
BUCK, ALFRED E., Representative in 41st Congress, 508.
BUCKALEW, CHARLES R., Senator in 39th Congress, 107;
in 40th, 182, 347, 383; motion on XVth amendment,
402; resolution upon, 123.
BUCKINGHAM, WILLIAM A., Senator in 41st Congress,
407, 507; motions on funding bill, 600.
BUCKLAND, RALPH P., Representative in 39th Congress,
108; in 40th, 183, 348, 384,

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by, at Pittsburg convention for soldiers and sail-
ors, in 1866, 242, 243; amendment to reconstruction
bill, 338; manager of impeachment, 271; objects
to Georgia electoral vote, 394; reports Mississippi
bill, 410, 411; tenure-of-othice act, 414; reports
Texas bill with conditions, 578; motion on fund-
ing bill, 603; reports bill for restoration of Geor-
gia, 611; reports Senate amendment to Georgia
Dill, 614.

BUTLER, RODERICK R., Representative in 40th Congress,
348, 384; in 41st, 408, 508.

BYERS. WILLIAM, claimant to seat as Representative in
39th Congress, 108.

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CABANISS, E. G., claimant to seat as Representative in
30th Congress, 108.

CABINET OF PRESIDENT JOHNSON, members of, 107, 181, 347,
383.

CABINET OF PRESIDENT GRANT, 406, 407, 507.
CESAR GRIFFIN CASE, opinions in the, 457-466.

CAKE, HENRY L., Representative in 40th Congress, 182,
348, 384; in 41st, 407, 508.

CALIFORNIA, Republican and Democratic platforms, 478,
479; vote on XIVth amendment, 353; on XVth
amendment, 557; Senators and Representatives in
39th Congress, 107; in 40th, 182, 347, 383; in 41st,
407, 507; apportionment of currency in, 596; appor-
tionment of representation under census of 1860,
585.

508.

CALKIN, HERVEY C., Representative in 41st Congress, 407,
CALL, WILKERSON, claimant to seat in 39th Congress, 107.
CALLIS, JOHN B., Representative in 40th Congress, 348,
384.

CAMERON, SIMON, Senator in 40th Congress, 182, 347, 383;
in 41st, 407, 507; proviso to Northern Pacific Rail-
road bill, 568; funding motion, Col.
CAMPBELL, JAMES B., claimant to seat as Senator in 39th
Congress, 182.

CAMPBELL, JAMES H., reports Union Pacific railroad bill,

565.

CAMPBELL, JOHN A., President Johnson's release of, 14;
action respecting restoration of Virginia, 26.
CAMPBELL, LEWIS D., resolutions reported by, at Cleve-
land convention of soldiers and sailors in 1866,
243.

CAMPBELL, WILLIAM B., Representative in 39th Congress,
108, 182.
CANBY, E. R. S., Major General, telegrams forbidding

meeting of rebel legislatures, 19; order of, sus-
pending certain officers in New Orleans, 28; orders
of, in third military district, 318, 319; order assign-
ing to second district, 345; assigned to department
of Washington, 422; to first military district, 424;
to fifth and department of Texas, 424; in command
first district, orders all civil officers to take test-
oath, as to registration and voting, extending stay
law and guarding against fraud, 426; justifies his
test-oath order, 426. 427; in second military dis-
trict annuls railroad appointments and withdraws
military rule from North and South Carolina, 427,
428; in command of fifth district, reassembles
Texas constitutional convention, military posts,
apprenticeship and education of children, real
estate sales, indigent educational fund, relin-
quishes command, 429, 430.

CARPENTER, MATTHEW H., Senator in 41st Congress, 407,
507; motion on enforement bill, 556.
CARTTER, DAVID K., Chief Justice Supreme Court Dis-
trict of Columbia, opinions on test-oath, 234–236.
CARY, SAMUEL F., Representative in 40th Congress, note,
348, 384.

CASSERLY, EUGENE, Senator in 41st Congress, 407, 507;

motion on enforcing bill, 556; on Northern Pacific
railroad bill, 568; on currency bill, 590; resolutions
concerning, 479.

CATTELL, ALEXANDER G., Senator in 39th Congress, 181;
in 40th, 182, 347, 383; in 41st, 407, 507.
CENSUS OF 1860, showing population of each State and
the representation of each, together with the Pres-
idential vote of 1860, and other facts bearing on
representation, 125.

CENTRAL BRANCH UNION PACIFIC RAILROAD COMPANY, Uni-
ted States bonds issued to, 503, 630.
CENTRAL PACIFIC RAILROAD COMPANY, United States bonds
issued to, 503, 630.

CESSATION OF HOSTILITIES, Democratic resolution for, in
1864, 118.

CESSNA, JOHN, Representative in 41st Congress, 407, 508;
motion on amnesty, 582.
CHANDLER, LUCIUs H.,claimant to seat as Representative
in 39th Congress, 108.

CHANDLER, ZACHARIAH, Senator in 39th Congress, 107; in
40th, 182, 347, 383; in 41st, 407, 507; motion respect-
ing Mr. Stanton's removal, 263; motion on curren-
cy bill, 589.

CHANLER, JOHN W., Representative in 39th Congress, 108;
in 40th. 182, 347, 383.
CHASE, SALMON P., Chief Justice, administration of oath
to President Johnson, 44; President Johnson's al-
lusions to, 135, 140; opinion on habeas corpus case,
217-220; opinion in Mississippi injunction case,
239, 240; oath as presiding officer at impeachment
trial, 271; motions proposing thanks to, 350, 368;
vote for nomination for President. 371; dissenting
opinion in Crandall vs. Nevada, 436, 437; opinion of,
in United States Supreme Court on State taxation
of United States certificates, 437-439; on State tax-
ation of United States notes, 439. 440; on the legal-
ity of tender of United States notes for State taxes,
440-443; on express contracts to pay coined dol
lars, 443-447; on the status of the State of Texas,
448-474; in the McCardle case, 456, 457; the Cesar
Griffin case, 457-462; on validity of contracts in
confederate money. 509-511; on constitutionality
of legal-tender clause as to prior contracts, 512-
519; on right of United States Government to tax
State banks, 523-528.
CHILTON, GEORGE W., claimant to seat as Representative
in 39th Congress, 182.
CHINESE NATURALIZATION, vote in the Senate on, 619; res-
olutions of political conventions on, 478, 479.
CHRISTY, JOHN H., claimant to seat as Representative in
39th Congress, 108: in 40th, 348.
CHURCHILL, JOHN C., Representative in 40th Congress,
182, 348, 383; in 41st, 407, 508.
CIRCULATION OF CURRENCY IN THE VARIOUS STATES, 596.
CITIZENSHIP, Constitutional amendment on, 102; legis-
lation respecting, 78, 546-550.
CIVIL RIGHTS, legislation respecting conferring, on
freedmen in insurrectionary States, 29-44.
CIVIL-RIGHTS ACT, veto of, copy of, and votes upon.
74-80.

CIVIL-TENURE ACT, veto of, copy of, and votes upon,

173-178.

CLARK, CHARLES C., claimant to seat as Representative
in 39th Congress, 108.

CLARK, CHARLES, President Johnson's release of, 14;
call as governor for extra session of rebel legis-
lature of Mississippi, 19.

CLARK, DANIEL, Senator in 39th Congress, 108; resigna-
tion of, 181.

CLARK, WILLIAM T., Representative in 41st Congress,

508.

CLARKE, READER W., Representative in 39th Congress,
108; in 40th. 183, 348, 384.
CLARKE, SIDNEY, Representative in 39th Congress, 108;
in 40th, 182, 348, 384; in 41st, 408, 508; resolutions
on impeachment, 190; motion on Northern Pacific
railroad bill, 570.

CLAY, CLEMENT C., President Johnson's order for arrest
of, 8; release of, note, 8.
CLEARY, WILLIAM C., President Johnson's order for ar-
rest of, 8; order revoking reward for, 198.
CLEVELAND, ORESTES, Representative in 41st Congress,
407, 508.
CLIFFORD, NATHAN, Justice, Supreme Court United
States, dissenting opinion in Crandall vs. Nevada,
436, 437.

CLIFT, J. W., Representative in 40th Congress, 348, 384.
COAL, vote on proposed abolition of duty on, 582.
COBB, AMASA, Representative in 39th Congress, 108; in
40th, 183, 348, 384; in 41st, 408, 508.
COBB, CLINTON L., Representative in 41st Congress, 407,
508.
COBURN, JOHN, Representative in 40th Congress, 183,
348, 384; in 41st, 408, 508; motions on Northern
Pacific railroad bill, 571; apportionment proposi
tion, 585; motion on currency bill, 594; on funding
bill, 602.

COFFROTH, ALEXANDER H., Representative in 39th Con-
gress, note, 108.

COHEN, SOLOMON, claimant to seat as Representative in
39th Congress, 108.

COIN CONTRACTS, opinion of Supreme Court United
States as to, 443-448.

COLE, CORNELIUS, Senator in 40th Congress, 182, 347, 383;
in 41st, 407, 507.
COLFAX, SCHUYLER, Speaker House of Representatives
39th Congress, 108; in 40th, 182, 347,383; nominated
for Vice President. 366; letter of acceptance, 366;
declared elected Vice President, 395; Vice Presi-
dent and President of Senate 41st Congress, 407, 507.
COLORADO, first bill for admission of, veto and votes,
81-83; second bill, veto and votes, 160-164.
COLORED PEOPLE, legislation respecting, by the recon-

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