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Congressional Record (Bound Edition). Volume 25, Part 1 (March 4, 1893 to September 6, 1893). Wednesday, September 6, 1893.
... 1893. CONGRESSIONAL RECORD-SENATE. 327 the want of substance. Carry out the figure: Is this country drunk with an excess of money, or is it weak and dying from a defect of money? Let us settle this question first, feel the pa- tient's pulse, consult his appetite, and by the ordinary methods decide what the disease is, and then treat it. If this... More Information
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Congressional Record (Bound Edition). Volume 25, Part 1 (March 4, 1893 to September 6, 1893). Wednesday, September 6, 1893.
... 1893o CONGRESSIONAL RECORD-HOUSE. 351 HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES. TUESDAY, Augu,st 15, 1898. The House met at 11 o'clock a. m. Prayer by the Chaplain, R()V. SAMUEL W. HADDAWAY. The Journal of the proceedings of yesterday was read and ap- proved. to be taken by the friends of silver. I had begun to indicate that the enemies of silver had selected a... More Information
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Congressional Record (Bound Edition). Volume 24, Part 1 (December 5, 1892 to January 28, 1893). Saturday, January 28, 1893.
... • . _., ·- 6 CONGRESSIONAL RECORD-SENATE. DECEMBER 6, By Mr. DALZELL: Petition of F. B. Corey, of Pittsburg, Pa., for repeal of the law increasing the President's salary from $25,- 000 to $50,000 per annum and for legislation reducing official salaries generally-to the Committee on the Judiciary. By Mr. ENGLISH: Petition of a number of citizens... More Information
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Congressional Record (Bound Edition). Volume 24, Part 1 (December 5, 1892 to January 28, 1893). Saturday, January 28, 1893.
... -·· , , -. 20 ·CONGRESSIONAL RECORD-HOUSE. DECEMBER 6, John C. Sundberg, of San Francisco, Cal., to be consul of the United States at Bagdad, to which office he was appointed dur- ing the last recess of the Senate, vice John H. Haynes, resigned. William R. Estes, of Madelia, Minn., to be consul of the United States a,t Hamburg, to which office h... More Information
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Congressional Record (Bound Edition). Volume 19, Part 1 (December 5, 1887 to February 7, 1888). Tuesday, February 7, 1888.
... . - ~ 1887. CONGRESSIONAL RECORD-SENATE. 13 By Mr. MORGAN: Petition of citizens of Lenox, and of J. N. Bell and others, for increase of pay to fourth-class postmasters-to the Com- mittee on the Post-Office and Post-Roads. .A.lso, petition of Wiley E. Blount, and of Mary A. Whitaker, widow of Eli Whitaker, of Mississippi, for reference of their... More Information
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Congressional Record (Bound Edition). Volume 19, Part 1 (December 5, 1887 to February 7, 1888). Tuesday, February 7, 1888.
... . - ~ 1887. CONGRESSIONAL RECORD-SENATE. 13 By Mr. MORGAN: Petition of citizens of Lenox, and of J. N. Bell and others, for increase of pay to fourth-class postmasters-to the Com- mittee on the Post-Office and Post-Roads. .A.lso, petition of Wiley E. Blount, and of Mary A. Whitaker, widow of Eli Whitaker, of Mississippi, for reference of their... More Information
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Congressional Record (Bound Edition). Volume 19, Part 1 (December 5, 1887 to February 7, 1888). Tuesday, February 7, 1888.
... 14 CONGRESSIONAL RECORD-· HOUSE. - DECE:MBER 8; :&lr. PLUMB. I ask the Senator from lllinois to withdraw it until I can offer a .resolution . . Mr. CULLOM. I will withdraw it for that purpose. I make the motion for the reason that I understa.nd it has been the custom of the Sen:l.te not to receive bills to be referred to committees when appointe... More Information
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Congressional Record (Bound Edition). Volume 19, Part 1 (December 5, 1887 to February 7, 1888). Tuesday, February 7, 1888.
... 14 CONGRESSIONAL RECORD-· HOUSE. - DECE:MBER 8; :&lr. PLUMB. I ask the Senator from lllinois to withdraw it until I can offer a .resolution . . Mr. CULLOM. I will withdraw it for that purpose. I make the motion for the reason that I understa.nd it has been the custom of the Sen:l.te not to receive bills to be referred to committees when appointe... More Information
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Congressional Record (Bound Edition). Volume 19, Part 1 (December 5, 1887 to February 7, 1888). Tuesday, February 7, 1888.
... 14 CONGRESSIONAL RECORD-· HOUSE. - DECE:MBER 8; :&lr. PLUMB. I ask the Senator from lllinois to withdraw it until I can offer a .resolution . . Mr. CULLOM. I will withdraw it for that purpose. I make the motion for the reason that I understa.nd it has been the custom of the Sen:l.te not to receive bills to be referred to committees when appointe... More Information
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Congressional Record (Bound Edition). Tuesday, July 25, 1882.
... CONGRESSIONAL · RECORD: - (IJ 1 ~ OONTAINING /~o -~ ~ (Jo2, I . THE · PROCEEDINGS AND DEBATES OP THB FORTY-SEVENTH CONGRESS, FIRST . SESSION. VOLUME XIII. W .ASHINGTON: GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE. 1882. VOLUME XIII, PART VI. CONGRESSIONAL RECORD, FORTY-SEVENTH CONGRESS, FIRST . SESSION. 3 • • r • ~ • . , .. . .. ~ 1882. CONG.RESSIONAL... More Information

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