Reports of Committees: 30th Congress, 1st Session - 48th Congress, 2nd Session, Band 3,Teil 3

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On the petition of Emily L Herron
19
On the petition of Isaac Davenport
20
On the petition of William G Ford
26
On the petition of Louis Steine
32
On the petition and papers of Nolan S Williams
38
On the concurrent resolution proposing a common unit of money and accounts
39
On the bill S 188 granting a pension to Patterson McNutt
40
On the memorial of Daniel Sticknev to accompany 1111 S 44i 70
44
On the petition and papers of Abraham Sellers administrator of Frederick Vin
46
On the bill S 223 granting a pension to Ira Foster
47
On the petition of James R Roche
52
On the petition of Alexander C Crawford
58
On the bill S 20 for the relief of Hortensia H Cook
59
On the petition of J S Collins
61
On the petition of Elizabeth ONeil
70
On the claim of Isaac H Tower
71
Or the petition of John L Sheppard
73
On the petition of A A Haynes and others
77
On the petition and papers of William Cash
81
On the petition and papers of William S Mitchell
87
On the case of William L Adams
94
On the petition of Hibben Company
95
On the petition of Jules L Williams 60
96
On the petitiou of Leslie Combs
102
On the petition of Sarah E aud George II Weston and Imugene Weston Kolfe
103
On the bill S 75 to amend section 5138 of the Revised Statutes of the United
110
On the bill S 23 for the relief of Edwin Fairfax Gray
112
On the petition of Abraham Ellis
114
On the petition of James J Ritchie
119
On the petition of Thomas H Coates
125
On the petition of Daniel Edwards
131
On the petition of Charles E Hovoy
133
By Mr Mitchell 274
135
On the petition and papers of Miss Jennie L Wall
137
On the bill H R 1600 granting a pension to Jane A Harris
141
On the bill S 591 to regulate the transportation of bonded merchandise with
142
On the memorial of Patrick Eagin in his own right and as administrator of
143
On the petition of James Strelter
144
On the petition of Joseph A Kettiug
147
On the bill H R 1811 granting a pension to Fannie E Records
153
On the bill S 393 for the relief of William J Anderson
157
On the petition of Samuel Mills
159
On the petition and papers of Martha I McQueen
165
By Mr Frelinghuysen
169
On the petition of Hermann Kreisinann
171
On the bill H R 1118 granting a pension to Mrs Jane Dulaney
175
On the bill H R 258 granting a pension to William H H Anderson
181
Ou t be bill H R 828 to correct au error of enrollment
191
On the bill H R Ill granting a pension to David I Garrett 177
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On the bill H R 253 granting a pension to Joseph b Lane
201
On the bill S 485 for the relief of Julia E Seelye
206
On the bill S 38 granting a pension to Charles C Daniels
207
On the petition and papers of John Birbett
211
On the bill S 105 for the relief of Dickson Shinault
219
On the petition and papers of Dr Joseph Robbins
226
On the petition of Lyman Guinnip
232
On the petition of Maria H Granger _
234
On the bill H R 2309 granting a pension to Catharine Johnson
236
On the petition of sufferers from the raid upon Washington in July 1864
243
On the joint resolution H R 53 in favor of John M English
249
On the petition of Hans C Peterson
250
On the petition of Francis E Stewart
256
On the bill H R 2018 to authorize the Exchange National Bank of Pittsburgh
257
On the memorial of Albert Towle
258
On the memorial of Nathan Branstetter guardian of Louisa White
260
On the bill H R 2303 granting a pension to Mary S Greenlee
266
On the petition of Nathaniel W Hays
303
On the petition of Albert Fuller
305
On the bill H R 11 granting a pension to Eliza J Blumer 242
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On the bill S 373 for the relief of J L Re Qua S B Hubbard and others
309
On the petition of Hannah L Lloyd
315
On the petition of Edward Welch
321
On the petition of Matthew Callaghan
324
On the bill H R 1944 granting a pension to Niram W Pratt
326
Onthe bill S 104 for the relief of John W Watson
327
On the bill H R 2292 granting a pension to Thomas Shannon
332
On the bill H R 648 for the relief Andrew J Barrett
334
On the bill H R 881 for the relief of William Rule
336
On the petition of Merritt Lewis
338
Onthe bill S 715 for the relief of Samuel H Canfield 312
343
On the petition of Mrs AngelaDanzat wife of Eugene Brocbard
349
On the bill S 597 granting the pension of 50 a month to Catharine A Winslow
353
On the petition of John W Edwards
355
On the bill S 341 for the relief of John Wightaiau
359
On the bill H R 216 granting a pension to Henry Schnetberg
360
On the petition of Michael Mayors
365
On an investigation of the books and accounts of the Treasury Department
371
On the petition and papers of Charles M Briggs
372
On the bill H R 1348 granting a pension to Ruth Isabella Naylor
375
On the bill ft R 2701 granting a pension to Nancy H Blacknall
381
On the bill H R 3495 for the relief of the mailcontractors on route No 19319
385
On the petition of L Madison Day
389
Onthebill S 852 for the relief of Elisha E Rice
395
On the bill H R 431 for the relief of the heirs of William A Graham
396
On the petition of Thomas M Redd
397
On the petition of McKnight Richardson
406
On the petition of Thomas S Whiteuack
411
On the bill S 781 for the relief of Margaret Ireland
412
On the bill S 436 for the relief of William S Robinson
418
On the petition of Ezra G Cone
421
On the bill H R 2838 granting increase of pension to Thorns H Martin
423
On the bill H R 3273 for the relief of Mrs Ellen J Brosinan
431
On the petition of Thomas M Simmons
437
On the petition and bill H R 3486 for the relief of James F Buckner
443
On the petition of T T Garrard and others
444
On the hill S 792 granting a pension to Peter Harder
452
On the petition of Edward A Leland
456
On the bill S 185 declaring the effect of permits to purchase products of
458
On the bill H R 1713 for the relief of Berthold Lowenthal
461
On the petition of Marie Louise and Trautman Perrin
464
On the petition of Edwin Rogers
468
On the bill H R 3849 with petition of James W Harvey and James Livesey
470
On the memorial of Albert Towle
471
On the bill H K 1931 granting the pension to John J Partello
475
On the petition of John D Thorne
477
On the bill S 859 for the relief of certain claimants under the donation land
479
On the bill H R 3178 granting a pension to Thomas Gallowav
481
On the bill H R 605 granting a pension to Levi Hay ward
489
On the petition of B D Carpenter
495
On the bill S 917 to enable Erastus T Russell of Indianapolis Indiana to make
499
On the bill H R 940 for the relief of Edwin Ebert
507
On the bill H R 2867 to amend section 2958 of the Revised Statutes
510
On the bill for the relief of William 8 Morris and others
514
By Mr Thurman 307303457518526528
518
In relation to the sale of public lands to the several Pacific Railroad Companies 472
519
On the bill S 109 for the relief of tho estate of J M Micow
520
On the memorial of the common council of Fredricksburgh Virginia in regard
524
Br Mr Joues of Nevada 95
525
On a memorial of Louis Rose
526
On the bill S 355 for the relief of James Millenger
531
SELECT COMMITTEE TO INQUIRE INTO ALLEGED FRAUDS IN THE RECENT ELECTION
819
In relation to the allegations of fraud and violence at the election in Mississippi
832

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Seite cviii - The general government, and the States, although both exist within the same territorial limits, are separate and distinct sovereignties, acting separately and independently of each other, within their respective spheres. The former in its appropriate sphere is supreme; but the States within the limits of their powers not granted, or, in the language of the Tenth Amendment, "reserved," are as independent of the general government as that government within its sphere is independent of the States.
Seite xviii - An act [to amend an act entitled an act] to aid in the construction of a railroad and telegraph line from the Missouri River to the Pacific Ocean, and to secure to the government the use of the same for postal, military, and other purposes, approved July first, eighteen hundred and sixty-two," approved July second, eighteen hundred and sixty-four.
Seite xxxiii - It simply furnishes an additional guaranty against any encroachment by the states upon the fundamental rights which belong to every citizen as a member of society.
Seite cviii - The powers not delegated to the United States are reserved to the States respectively, or, to the people." The government of the United States, therefore, can claim no powers which are not granted to it by the Constitution, and the powers actually granted must be such as are expressly given, or given by necessary implication.
Seite cviii - Such being the separate and independent condition of the States in our complex system, as recognized by the Constitution, and the existence of which is so indispensable, that, without them, the general government itself would disappear from the family of nations, it would seem to follow...
Seite xxxiii - The government of the United States is one of delegated powers alone. Its authority is defined and limited by the Constitution. All powers not granted to it by that instrument are reserved to the States or the people. No rights can be acquired under the constitution or laws of the United States, except such as the government of the United States has the authority to grant or secure. All that cannot be so granted or secured are left under the protection of the States.
Seite xxxiii - The rights of life and personal liberty are natural rights of man. " To secure these rights," says the Declaration of Independence, " governments are instituted among men, deriving their just powers from the consent of the governed.
Seite xxxiii - If citizens of one race having certain qualifications are permitted by law to vote, those of another having the same qualifications must be. Previous to this amendment there was no constitutional guaranty against this discrimination ; now there is.
Seite cviii - It is a familiar rule of construction of the constitution of the union, that the sovereign powers vested In the state governments by their respective constitutions remain unaltered and unimpaired, except so far as they were granted to the government of the United States.
Seite 258 - On appeal to the Supreme Court the judgment of the Circuit Court was...

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