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Congressional Record (Bound Edition). Volume 13, Part 6 (June 23, 1882 to July 25, 1882). Tuesday, July 25, 1882.
... 5428 CONGRESSIONAL RECORD-SENATE. JUNE 28, ELIZA H. RAMSAY. Mr. STEELE, by unanimous consent, introduced a bill (H. R. No. 6681) granting a pension to Eliza H. Ramsay ; which was read a first and second time, referred to the Committee on Pensions, and ordered to be printed. · JAMES RYBACK. On motion of Mr. ELLIS, by unanimous consent, leave was ... More Information
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Congressional Record (Bound Edition). Volume 13, Part 6 (June 23, 1882 to July 25, 1882). Tuesday, July 25, 1882.
... ... 1882. CONGRESSIONAL RECORD-HOTJSE. 5449 Butler, Call. Conger, Davis of illinois, Ferry, Aldrich, Anthony, Bayal' n's entire acceptance. In conclusion, I only wish to say the diplomatic history of the Government shows fully that the President has not been derelict in his duty with regard to any American citizen imprisoned in Ireland or... More Information
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Congressional Record (Bound Edition). Thursday, June 20, 1878.
... . ' . 7 . CONGRESSIONA.L · RECORD: OONT.AINIKG THE PROCEEDINGS AND DEBATES • I OP TliB FORTY-FIFTH CONGRESS, SECOND SESSION. VOLUME VII. WASHINGTON: J GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE. 1878. . I I .· I I . , tl I • ,.· \ ' I -,: - . . ; · VOLUME VII, PART V. / -coNGRESSIONAL RECORD AND APPENDIX. _FORTY-FIFTH CONGRESS, SECOND SESSION. l 3 .. ' . · .. -... More Information
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Congressional Record (Bound Edition). Volume 7, Part 5 (June 5, 1878 to June 20, 1878). Thursday, June 20, 1878.
... .. APPENDIX. · 1 • APPENDIX TO THE CONGR.ESSIONAL RECORD. The Xax on Tobacco. SPEECH OF RON. JOHN F. HOUSE, OF TENNESSEE, IN THE HoUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES, Tue8day, January 29, 1878. On the subject of the tax on tobacco. Mr. HOUSE. Mr. Speaker, no people can pass through a great war without experiencing as one of its consequences taxation to an... More Information

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