U.S. Congress House Published Documents

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Descriptive Summary

Creator
United States. Congress. House
Title
U.S. Congress House Published Documents
Inclusive Dates
1830-1890
Identification
MS Un3p
Extent
0.05 linear feet (2 folders)
Language
Materials are in English.
Repository
Special Collections Department, University of Arkansas Libraries

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Acquisition Information

The U.S. Congress House Published Documents were purchased by Special Collections from The Jenkins Company of Austin, Texas in February 1975.

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U.S. Congress House Published Documents (MS Un3p), Special Collections, University of Arkansas Libraries, Fayetteville.

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Biographical Note

The House of Representatives is one of the two houses of the United States Congress.

Scope and Content Note

Thirty-six House Reports, 3 House Documents, 1 House Executive Document and 1 Senate Document of the 1st and/or 2d sessions of the U.S. 21st, 24th, 28th, 29th, 49th, 50th and 51st Congresses (1830, 1835-35, 1844-45, 1846, 1886, 1888-89 and 1890, respectively), relating to various affairs in Arkansas. Twenty-three of the items pertain to memorials and petitions for, and proposed private bills for, the compensation, relief, or pensioning of individual citizens. Other items pertain to such matters as: the regulation of territorial courts; the compensation of deputy surveyors of public lands; the sale, granting, leasing or reclamation of public and private lands in Hot Springs Mountain Reservation and elsewhere in the territory and state; the proposed construction of bridges across the Arkansas, Poteau, and White rivers, of a territorial capitol, and of U.S. government buildings in Fort Smith and Hot Springs, Arkansas. Eight of the items are duplicates.

Arrangement of the Papers

Materials are arranged in chronological order.

Subject Terms

The following persons, organizations, or topics are among those represented within the collection materials:

Arkansas--Politics and government

Public lands--Arkansas

Bridges--Arkansas

    Detailed Description of the Collection

    The following contains a detailed list of the materials in the collection:

    Box LOC 292

    Box LOC 292 Folder MS Un3p Folder 1 Item 1

    Report of [Henry Randolph] Storrs, from the Committee on the Judiciary, to the House of Representatives, on the inquiry into the expediency of extending the time for appeals from the decisions of the Courts in the Territory of Arkansas, and providing such remedies as it may be in the power of Congress to adopt for the prevention of frauds on the United States. [21st Congress, 1st session, House of Representatives Report Number 80], January 14, 1830 19 p.

    Box LOC 292 Folder MS Un3p Folder 1 Item 2

    Report of [Henry Booth] Cowles, from the Committee, on the Territories, to the House of Representatives, on the memorial of the General Assembly of the Territory of Arkansas, praying a donation for the erection of a suitable building for the accommodation of that General Assembly. [21st Congress, 1st session, House of Representatives Report Number 118], January 26, 1830 1 p.

    Box LOC 292 Folder MS Un3p Folder 1 Item 3

    Memorial of John Wilson and Charles Caldwell to the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States, concerning an increase of compensation to Deputy surveyors of Public Lands, especially pertaining to those in the Territory of Arkansas. [24th Congress, 1st session, House of Representatives Document Number 79], December 29, 1835 3 p.

    Box LOC 292 Folder MS Un3p Folder 1 Item 4

    Petition of inhabitants of Arkansas, Louisianna, Mississippi, Tennessee and Kentucky, to the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States, praying to be permitted by law to reclaim certain lands lying south of the Arkansas and west of the Mississippi rivers. [24th Congress, 1st session, House of Representatives Document Number 86], February 1, 1836 2 p.

    Box LOC 292 Folder MS Un3p Folder 1 Item 5

    Report of [Jacob] Collamer, from the Committee on Public Lands, to the House of Representatives, recommending the passage of House of Representatives Number 59, which would authorize the Governor of Arkansas to select six sections of public land. [28th Congress, 1st session, House of Representatives Report Number 168], February 15, 1844 1 p.

    Box LOC 292 Folder MS Un3p Folder 1 Item 6-7

    Report of [Osmyn] Baker, from the Committee on Indian Affairs, to the House of Representatives, concerning the memorial of Fleming Wood, who claims the United States owes him ten thousand dollars. [28th Congress, 2d session, House of Representatives Report Number 120], February 7, 1845 4 p.

    Box LOC 292 Folder MS Un3p Folder 1 Item 8

    Report of [William Poindexter] Thomasson, from the Committee of Claims, to the House of Representatives, concerning an improper deduction on the bill from J.H. McClure & Company to the United States government. [28th Congress, 2d session, House of Representatives Report Number 173], February 25, 1845 1 p.

    Box LOC 292 Folder MS Un3p Folder 1 Item 9

    Letter from R [obertJ J [a.mes] Walker, Secretary of the Treasury, to the House of Representatives, transmitting information in answer to a House resolution relative to the two or five per cent fund with the State of Arkansas. [29th Congress, 1st session, House of Representatives Document Number 47], December 30, 1845 2 p.

    Box LOC 292 Folder MS Un3p Folder 1 Item 10

    Report of [John Alexander] McClernand, from the Committee on Public Lands, to the House of Representatives, concerning a resolution from the General Assembly of the State of Arkansas on the sale of public land in half-quarter sections. [29th Congress, 1st session, House of Representatives Report Number 135], January 27, 1846 3 p.

    Box LOC 292 Folder MS Un3p Folder 1 Item 11

    Report of [George] Ashmun, from the Committee on Public Lands, to the House of Representatives, concerning Senate bill Number 36, entitles "An act for the relief of David F. Williamson of Pope County, State of Arkansas." [29th Congress, 1st session, House of Representatives Report Number 250], February 10, 1846 2 p.

    Box LOC 292 Folder MS Un3p Folder 1 Item 12

    Report of [Jacob] Collamer, from the Committee on Public Lands, to the House of Representatives, pertaining to the memorial of John Ambrozine, praying to surrender the bounty land to him patented in Arkansas. [29th Congress, 1st session, House of Representatives Report Number 218], February 10, 1846 1 p.

    Box LOC 292 Folder MS Un3p Folder 1 Item 13

    Report of [Charles William] Cathcart, from the Committee on Indian Affairs, to the House of Representatives, concerning the memorial of Margaret C. Murray Brown, widow of Thomas Murray, Junior, of Arkansas, who had filed claim for compensation for services as clerk to a delegation of Cherokee Indians while negotiating a treaty with the United States. [29th Congress , 1st session, House of Representatives Report Number 446], March 27, 1846 2 p.

    Box LOC 292 Folder MS Un3p Folder 1 Item 14

    Report of John A[rnold] Rockwell, from the Committee of Claims, to the House of Representatives, on the petition of Charles M. Hudspeth, of Crawford county, Arkansas, concerning payment of a claim for lost property. [29th Congress, 1st session, House of Representatives Report Number 563], April 6, 1846 3 p.

    Box LOC 292 Folder MS Un3p Folder 1 Item 15

    Resolution submitted by [James Henderson] Berry to the Senate, concerning the renewal of the leases of bath-house and hot-water privileges (especially pertaining to Hot Springs, Arkansas) [49th Congress, 1st session, Senate Miscellaneous Document Number 45], January 21, 1886 2 p.

    Box LOC 292 Folder MS Un3p Folder 1 Item 16-17

    Report of [George Washington] Geddes, from the Committee on War Claims, to the House of Representatives, on the claim by William Porter, of Phillips county, Arkansas, for supplies taken by the military forces during the Civil War. [49th Congress, 1st session, House of Representatives Report Number 1891], April 23, 1886 2 p.

    Box LOC 292 Folder MS Un3p Folder 1 Item 18

    Report of [Edwin Hurd] Conger, from the Committee on Invalid Pensions, to the House of Representatives, recommending that a pension be granted to James Stoubaugh, who was wounded at Lewisburg, Arkansas. [49th Congress, 1st session, House of Representatives Report Number 1932], April 26, 1886 1 p.

    Box LOC 292 Folder MS Un3p Folder 1 Item 19-20

    Report of [Edward Stuyvesant] Bragg, from the Committee on Military Affairs, to the House of Representatives, relative to bill House of Representative 6636 for the relief of Manley B. Edmunson. [49th Congress, 1st session, House of Representatives Report Number 2226], May 5, 1886 1 p.

    Box LOC 292 Folder MS Un3p Folder 1 Item 21

    Report of [Edmund Needham] Morrill, from the Committee on Invalid Pension, to the House of Representatives, concerning bill House of Representative 8205, granting a pension to James W. Gooding, who was injured at Kingston, Arkansas. [49th Congress, 1st session, House of Representatives Report Number 2397], May 14, 1886 2 p.

    Box LOC 292 Folder MS Un3p Folder 1 Item 22

    Report of [Joseph] McKenna, from the Committee on Claims, to the House of Representatives, concerning Zeb Ward, the lessee of Arkansas State Penitentiary, and the payments made to him for keeping of prisoners. [49th Congress, 1st session, House of Representatives Report Number 2564], May 24, 1886 1 p.

    Box LOC 292 Folder MS Un3p Folder 2 Item 23

    Report of [William Johnson] Stone, from the Committee on War Claims, to the House of Representatives, recommending the passage of bill House of Representatives 10514 for the relief of Thomas Lanigan. [50th Congress, 2d session, House of Representatives Report Number 3561], December 12, 1888 2 p.

    Box LOC 292 Folder MS Un3p Folder 2 Item 24

    Report of [Charles Frederick] Crisp, from the Committee on Commerce, to the House of Representatives, recommending the passage of bill House of Representatives 11735, which would authorize the Fort Smith and Choctaw Bridge Company to construct a bridge across the Poteau River, in the Choctaw Nation, near Fort Smith, Arkansas. [50th Congress, 2d session, House of Representatives Report Number 3560] On verso: Report of [Charles Frederick] Crisp recommending the passage of bill House of Representative 11649, to authorize construction of a bridge across the Missouri River. [50th Congress, 2d session, House of Representatives Report Number 3559], December 12, 1888 2 p.

    Box LOC 292 Folder MS Un3p Folder 2 Item 25

    Report of [William Johnson] Stone, from the Committee on War Claims, to the House of Representatives, recommending payment of the claim for supplies furnished during the Civil War by John Putnam, of Sebastian County, Arkansas. [50th Congress, 2d session, House of Representatives Report Number 3619], December 18, 1888 2 p.

    Box LOC 292 Folder MS Un3p Folder 2 Item 26

    Report of [Charles Harley] Mansur, from the Committee on Claims, to the House of Representatives, concerning the laying off of Hot Springs Mountain Reservation and the condemning of buildings on that Reservation. [50th Congress, 2d session, House of Representatives Report Number 3686], January 12, 1888 4 p.

    Box LOC 292 Folder MS Un3p Folder 2 Item 27

    Report of [Frank] Lawler, from the Committee on War Claims, to the House of Representatives, recommending payment of a bill from W.S. Henry, of Fayetteville, Arkansas, for supplies furnished during the Civil War. [50th Congress, 2d session, House of Representatives Report Number 3702] On verso: Report of [Samuel S.J Yoder, from the Committee on Invalid Pensions, concerning a pension for Jennie Harris, daughter of a deceased soldier. [50th Congress, 2d session, House of Representatives Report Number 3701], January 14, 1888 2 p.

    Box LOC 292 Folder MS Un3p Folder 2 Item 28

    Report of [John Henry] Rogers, from the Committee on the Judiciary, to the House of Representatives, recommending passage of bill House of Representative 11938, for the relief of Sterling H. Tucker, et. al. [50th Congress, 2d session, House of Representatives Report Number 3756], January 15, 1889 2 p.

    Box LOC 292 Folder MS Un3p Folder 2 Item 29

    Report of [Thomas Chipman] McRae, from the Committee on Public Lands, to the House of Representatives, concerning the granting of the use of certain lands in the Hot Springs Reservation to the Hot Springs Benevolent Association. [50th Congress, 2d session, House of Representatives Report Number 4117] On verso: Report of [Archibald Meserole] Bliss, from the Committee on Pensions, recommending passage of bill House of Representative 9250, providing support for Christiana Frederika Zentmeyer. [50th Congress, 2d session, House of Representatives Report Number 4118], February 21, 1889 2 p.

    Box LOC 292 Folder MS Un3p Folder 2 Item 30

    Report of [James] Phelan, from the Committee on Commerce, to the House of Representatives, recommending passage of bill House of Representative 11960, to authorize the Arkansas Midland Railroad Company to construct a bridge across the White River at Aberdeen, Arkansas. [50th Congress, 2d session, House of Representatives Report Number 4140], February 26, 1889 2 p.

    Box LOC 292 Folder MS Un3p Folder 2 Item 31

    Letter from W[illiamJ Windom, Secretary of the Treasury, to the House of Representatives, asking an additional appropriation to complete the United States courthouse, post office, etc., building at Fort Smith, Arkansas. [51st Congress, 1st session, House of Representatives Executive Document Number 143], January 23, 1890 1 p.

    Box LOC 292 Folder MS Un3p Folder 2 Item 32

    Report of [Ormsby Brunson] Thomas, from the Committee on War Claims, to the House of Representatives, recommending payment of a claim by F.M. Wadley against the United States for supplies furnished during the Civil War. [51st Congress, 1st session, House of Representatives Report Number 1164], March 31, 1890 2 p.

    Box LOC 292 Folder MS Un3p Folder 2 Item 33

    Report of [Charles Harley] Mansur, from the Committee on Claims, to the House of Representatives, recommending the passage of bill House of Representative 6874, authorizing the Secretary of the Interior to examine certain claims of persons who owned or occupied buildings on the Hot Springs Mountain Reservation, which had been condemned by the Hot Springs Commission and afterwards burned, and to fix a reasonable value for each of said buildings. [51st Congress, 1st session, House of Representatives Report Number 1260], April 5, 1890 5 p.

    Box LOC 292 Folder MS Un3p Folder 2 Item 34

    Report of [Thomas Chipman] McRae, from the Committee on Public Lands, to tbe House of Representatives, concerning bill Senate 583 for the relief of the estate of Isaac W. Talkington, deceased. [51st Congress, 1st session, House of Representatives Report Number 1479] On verso: Report of [John] Lind, from the Committee on Commerce, recommending passage of bill Senate 2443 to authorize the Duluth, Red Wing and Southern Railroad Company to construct a bridge across the Mississippi River at or near Red Wing, Minnesota. [51st Congress, 1st session, House of Representatives Report Number 1480], April 16, 1890 2 p.

    Box LOC 292 Folder MS Un3p Folder 2 Item 35

    Report of Mr. Kerr, from the Committee on Public Buildings and Grounds, to the House of Representatives, recommending passage of bill House of Representative 100 to provide for a building for the use of the post office, the office of superintendent of the Hot Springs Reservation, and other civil offices in the city of Hot Springs, Arkansas. [51st Congress, 1st session, House of Representatives Report Number 1483], April 16, 1890 1 p.

    Box LOC 292 Folder MS Un3p Folder 2 Item 36

    Report of [James Patton] Flick, from the Committee on Invalid Pensions, to the House of Representatives, recommending passage of bill House of Representative 7331, granting a pension to Freeman Buell, who was injured at Little Rock, Arkansas, during the Civil War. [51st Congress, 1st session, House of Representatives Report Number 1839], May 2, 1890 2 p.

    Box LOC 292 Folder MS Un3p Folder 2 Item 37

    Report of [James Peter] Walker, from the Committee on Commerce, to the House of Representatives, recommending the passage of bill House of Representative 7907 to authorize the building of a bridge at Pine Bluff, Arkansas, across the Arkansas River. [51st Congress, 1st session, House of Representatives Report Number 1879], May 3, 1890 1 p.

    Box LOC 292 Folder MS Un3p Folder 2 Item 38

    Report of [Isaac Herschel] Goodnight, from the Committee on Invalid Pensions, to the House of Representatives, recommending passage of bill House of Representative 6055, granting a pension to Elizabeth Phillips, widow of Reuben Phillips, who was killed in Madison County, Arkansas, during the Civil War. [51st Congress, 1st session, House of Representatives Report Number 1954] On verso: Report of [Isaac Herschel] Goodnight, recommending passage of bill House of Representative 1765 granting a pension to James Butler, of Kentucky. [51st Congress, 1st session, House of Representatives Report Number 1953], May 9, 1890 2 p.

    Box LOC 292 Folder MS Un3p Folder 2 Item 39

    Report of [Edmund Needham] Morrill, from the Committee on Invalid Pensions, to the House of Representatives, concerning relief of J.F.G. Cliborne, allegedly injured near Little York, Missouri, during the Civil War. [51st Congress, 1st session, House of Representatives Report Number 1970] On verso: Report of [Edmund Needham] Morrill, concerning a pension for Joseph D. Ash. [51st Congress, 1st session, House of Representatives Report Number 1971], May 9, 1890 2 p.

    Box LOC 292 Folder MS Un3p Folder 2 Item 40

    Report of [William Johnson] Stone, from the Committee on War Claims, to the House of Representatives, recommending that bills House of Representative 11322 and House of Representative 11493 for the relief of A.V. Haigh and Thomas J. Brown be referred to the Court of Claims for examination and adjudication. [51st Congress, 1st session, House of Representatives Report Number 2859], July 30, 1890 1 p.

    Box LOC 292 Folder MS Un3p Folder 2 Item 41

    Report of [Lewis Edwin] Payson, from the Committee on Public Lands, to the House of Representatives, concerning the regulation of lease-granting at Hot Springs, Arkansas. [51st Congress, 1st session, House of Representatives Report Number 2960] On verso: Report of [Robert Roberts] Hitt, from the Committee on Foreign Affairs, on a resolution concerning treatment of the Jews in Russia. [51st Congress, 1st session, House of Reresentatives Report Number 2961], August 31, 1890 2 p.

    Box LOC 292 Folder MS Un3p Folder 2 Item 42-45

    Report of [William Edgar] Simonds, from the Committee on War Claims, to the House of Representatives, recommending passage of bill House of Representative 8516 for the relief of James B. McCubbin, of Franklin County, Arkansas. [51st Congress, 1st session, House of Representatives Report Number 3087] On verso: Report of [Augustus Newton] Martin, from the Committee on Invalid Pensions, recommending passage of bill Hosue of Representative 11635, granting a pension to Margaret Walker. [51st Congress, 1st session, House of Representatives Report Number 3088], September 15, 1890 2 p.

    Box LOC 292 Folder MS Un3p Folder 2 Item 46-48

    Report of [Henry Gray] Turner, from the Committee on Commerce, to the House of Representatives, concerning the authorization to build a bridge across the Arkansas River at Dardanelle, Arkansas. [51st Congress, 1st session, House of Representatives Report Number 3098] On verso: Report of [Milton] De Lano, from the Committee on Pensions, recommending passage of bill House of Representative 11604, granting a pension to Orrin Day. [51st Congress, 1st session, House of Representatives Report Number 3099], September 16, 1890 2 p.

    Box LOC 292 Folder MS Un3p Folder 2 Item 49

    Report of [Milton] De Lano, from the Committee on Pensions, to the House of Representatives, recommending the passage of bill House of Representative 11306, granting a pension to Willis Brooks, of Ashley County, Arkansas. [51st Congress, 1st session, House of Representatives Report Number 3116] On verso: Report of [Milton] De Lano, recommending the passage of bill House of Representative 7880, granting a pension to Mrs.George W. Griffith. [51st Congress, 1st session, House of Representatives Report Number 3117], September 18, 1890 2 p.

    Key Word Index

    "Aberdeen, Ark., authorization for Arkansas Midland Railroad Company to construct bridge across White River at, 1889."
    30
    "Ambrozine, John, memorial praying to surrender bounty land patented in Arkansas, 1846."
    12
    "Arkansas Midland Railroad Company, authorization to construct White River bridge at Aberdeen, Ark., 1889."
    30
    "Arkansas River bridge, authorization for construction at Dardanelle, Ark., 1890."
    46
    "Arkansas River bridge, authorization for construction at Pine Bluff, Ark., 1890."
    37
    "Berry, James Henderson, resolution submitted to U.S. Senate, 1886."
    15
    Bridges.
    "(see numbers 24, 30, 37, 46)"
    "Brooks, Willis, of Ashley County, Ark., bill for pensioning of, 1890."
    49
    "Brown, Margaret C. Murray, memorial of in regard to late husband's claim for compensation for services, 1846."
    13
    "Brown, Thomas J., bill for relief of, recommendation to refer to Court of Claims, 1890."
    40
    "Buell, Freeman, injured at Little Rock, Ark., pension for, 1890."
    36
    "Civil War, supplies furnished during, claim for payment for, 1888."
    25
    "Civil War, supplies furnished during, claim for payment for, 1890."
    32
    "Civil War, supplies furnished during, payment for, 1889."
    27
    "Civil War, supplies taken by military forces during, claim for, 1886."
    16
    "Cliborne, J.F.G., injured near Little York, Mo. During Civil War, relief of, 1890."
    39
    "Courts in Territory of Arkansas, 1830."
    1
    "Dardanelle, Ark., authorization for construction of Arkansas River bridge at, 1890."
    46
    "Edmundson, Manley B., bill for relief of, 1886."
    19
    "Fort Smith, Ark., additional appropriation to complete U.S. courthouse and post office building at, 1890. "
    31
    "Fort Smith and Choctaw Bridge Company, authorization to construct bridge across Poteau River, 1888."
    24
    "General Assembly of the Territory of Arkansas, memorial praying a donation for the erection of a building for, 1830."
    2
    "Gooding, James W., injured at Kingston, Ark., pension for, 1886."
    21
    "Governor of Arkansas, authorization to select six sections of public land, 1844."
    5
    "Haigh, A.V., bill for relief of, recommendation to refer to Court of Claims, 1890."
    40
    "Henry, W.S., of Fayetteville, Ark., payment for supplies furnished during Civil War, 1889."
    27
    "Hot Springs, Ark., bill to provide for post office and other civil offices in, 1890."
    35
    "Hot Springs, Ark., regulation of lease-granting at, 1890."
    41
    "Hot Springs, Ark., renewal of leases of bath houses and hot-water privileges in, 1886."
    15
    "Hot Springs Benevolent Association, granting of Hot Springs Reservation lands to, 1889."
    29
    "Hot Springs Commission, condemnation of buildings on Hot Springs Mountain Reservation, 1890."
    33
    "Hot Springs Mountain Reservation, condemnation of buildings on, claims of persons owning or occupying, 1890."
    33
    "Hot Springs Mountain Reservation, laying off of and condemnation of buildings on, 1889."
    26
    "Hot Springs Reservation, granting of lands in to the Hot Springs Benevolent Association, 1889."
    29
    "Hot Springs Reservation, superintendent of, bill to provide building for office of, 1890."
    35
    "Hudspeth, Charles M., of Crawford County, Ark., claim for lost property, 1846."
    14
    "Kingston, Ark., pension for James W. Gooding, injured at, 1886."
    21
    Lands.
    "(see numbers 3, 4, 5, 10, 12, 29)"
    "Lands south of the Arkansas and west of the Mississippi Rivers, inhabitants' petition to reclaim, 1836."
    4
    "Lanigan, Thomas, bill for relief of, 1888."
    23
    "Lewisburg, Ark., pension for James Stoubaugh, wounded at, 1886."
    18
    "Little Rock, Ark., pension for Freeman Buell, injured at, 1890."
    36
    "McClure, J.H., billing submitted to U.S. government, 1845."
    8
    "McCubbin, James B., of Franklin County, Ark., bill for relief of, 1890."
    42
    "Madison County, Ark., pension for widow of Reunen Phillips, killed in, 1890."
    38
    "Murray, Thomas Junior, claim for compensation for services as clerk to Cherokee delegation, 1846."
    13
    "Penitentiary, Arkansas State, payments to lessee Zeb Ward for keeping prisoners in, 1886."
    22
    "Phillips, Elizabeth, bill to grant pension to, 1890."
    38
    "Phillips, Reuben, killed in Madison County, Ark. During Civil War, bill to grant pension to widow of, 1890."
    38
    "Pine Bluff, Ark., authorization for construction of Arkansas River bridge at, 1890."
    37
    "Poteau River bridge, authorization for Fort Smith and Choctaw Bridge Company to construct, 1888."
    24
    "Porter, William, of Phillips County, Ark., claim for supplies taken by military forces during Civil War, 1886."
    16
    "Public lands, Arkansas General Assembly resolutions on sale of in half-quarter sections, 1846."
    10
    "Public lands, deputy surveyors of in Territory of Arkansas, increase in compensation of, 1835."
    3
    "Putnam, John, of Sebastian County, Ark., claim for payment for supplies furnished during Civil War, 1888."
    25
    "Secretary of the Treasury, letter from, 1845."
    9
    "Secretary of the Treasury, letter from, 1890."
    31
    "Stoubaugh, James, wounded at Lewisburg, Ark., pension for, 1886."
    18
    "Surveyors of public lands in Territory of Arkansas, increase in compensation of deputies, 1835."
    3
    "Talkington, Isaac, estate of, bill for relief of, 1890."
    34
    "Treasury, Secretary of, letter from, 1845."
    9
    "Treasury, Secretary of, letter from, 1890."
    31
    "Tucker Sterling H., bill for relief of, 1889."
    28
    "Wadley, F.M., claim for payment for supplies furnished during Civil War, 1890."
    32
    "Walker, Robert James, Secretary of the Treasury, letter from, 1845."
    9
    "Ward, Zeb, payments to for keeping prisoners in Arkansas State Penitentiary, 1886."
    22
    "White River bridge, authorization for Arkansas Midland Railroad Company to construct, 1889."
    30
    "Williamson, David F., of Pope County, Ark., bill for the relief of, 1846."
    11
    "Windom, William, Secretary of the Treasury, letter from, 1890."
    31
    "Wood, Fleming, claim against the United States, 1845."
    6

    Document Index

    "21st Congress, 1st session, House of Representatives, Report Number 80."
    1
    "21st Congress, 1st session, House of Representatives, Report Number 118."
    2
    "24th Congress, 1st session, House of Representatives, Document Number 79."
    3
    "24th Congress, 1st session, House of Representatives, Document Number 86."
    4
    "28th Congress, 1st session, House of Representatives, Report Number 168."
    5
    "28th Congress, 2d session, House of Representatives, Report Number 120."
    6
    "28th Congress, 2d session, House of Representatives, Report Number 173."
    8
    "29th Congress, 1st session, House of Representatives, Document Number 47."
    9
    "29th Congress, 1st session, House of Representatives, Report Number 135."
    10
    "29th Congress, 1st session, House of Representatives, Report Number 250."
    11
    "29th Congress, 1st session, House of Representatives, Report Number 218."
    12
    "29th Congress, 1st session, House of Representatives, Report Number 446."
    13
    "29th Congress, 1st session, House of Representatives, Report Number 563."
    14
    "49th Congress, 1st session, Senate, Miscellaneous Document Number 45."
    15
    "49th Congress, 1st session, House of Representatives, Report Number 1891."
    16
    "49th Congress, 1st session, House of Representatives, Report Number 1932."
    18
    "49th Congress, 1st session, House of Representatives, Report Number 2226."
    19
    "49th Congress, 1st session, House of Representatives, Report Number 2397."
    21
    "49th Congress, 1st session, House of Representatives, Report Number 2564."
    22
    "50th Congress, 2d session, House of Representatives, Report Number 3561."
    23
    "50th Congress, 2d session, House of Representatives, Report Number 3559."
    24
    "50th Congress, 2d session, House of Representatives, Report Number 3619."
    25
    "50th Congress, 2d session, House of Representatives, Report Number 3686."
    26
    "50th Congress, 2d session, House of Representatives, Report Number 3701."
    27
    "50th Congress, 2d session, House of Representatives, Report Number 3756."
    28
    "50th Congress, 2d session, House of Representatives, Report Number 4117."
    29
    "50th Congress, 2d session, House of Representatives, Report Number 4140."
    30
    "51st Congress, 1st session, House of Representatives, Executive Document Number 143."
    31
    "51st Congress, 1st session, House of Representatives, Report Number 1164."
    32
    "51st Congress, 1st session, House of Representatives, Report Number 1260."
    33
    "51st Congress, 1st session, House of Representatives, Report Number 1479."
    34
    "51st Congress, 1st session, House of Representatives, Report Number 1483."
    35
    "51st Congress, 1st session, House of Representatives, Report Number 1839."
    36
    "51st Congress, 1st session, House of Representatives, Report Number 1879."
    37
    "51st Congress, 1st session, House of Representatives, Report Number 1954."
    38
    "51st Congress, 1st session, House of Representatives, Report Number 1970."
    39
    "51st Congress, 1st session, House of Representatives, Report Number 2859."
    40
    "51st Congress, 1st session, House of Representatives, Report Number 2960."
    41
    "51st Congress, 1st session, House of Representatives, Report Number 3087."
    42
    "51st Congress, 1st session, House of Representatives, Report Number 3098."
    46
    "51st Congress, 1st session, House of Representatives, Report Number 3116."
    49

    Committee Index

    U.S. Congress. House of Representatives. Committee on the [of]:

    Claims.
    "8, 14, 22, 26, 33."
    Commerce.
    "24, 30, 37, 46."
    Indian Affairs.
    "6, 13."
    Invalid Pensions.
    "18, 21, 36, 38, 39."
    Judiciary.
    "1, 28."
    Military Affairs.
    19
    Pensions.
    49
    Public Buildings and Grounds.
    35
    Public Lands.
    "5, 10, 11, 12, 29, 34, 41."
    Territories.
    2
    War Claims.
    "16, 23, 25, 27, 32, 40, 42."

    Congressman Index

    Report of U.S. Representative:

    "Ashmun, George."
    11
    "Baker, Osmyn."
    6
    "Bragg, Edward Stuyvesant."
    19
    "Cathcart, Charles William."
    13
    "Collamer, Jacob."
    "5, 12."
    "Conger, Edwin Hurd."
    18
    "Cowles, Henry Booth."
    2
    "Crisp, Charles Frederick."
    24
    "DeLano, Milton."
    49
    "Flick, James Patton."
    36
    "Geddes, George Washington."
    16
    Goodnight.
    Kerr.
    35
    "Lawler, Frank."
    27
    "McClernand, John Alexander."
    10
    "McKenna, Joseph."
    22
    "McRae, Thomas Chipman."
    "29, 34."
    "Mansur, Charles Harley."
    "26, 33."
    "Morrill, Edmund Needham."
    "21, 39."
    "Payson, Lewis Edwin."
    41
    "Phelan, James."
    30
    "Rockwell, John Arnold."
    14
    "Rogers, John Henry."
    28
    "Simonds, William Edgar."
    42
    "Stone, William Johnson."
    "23, 25."
    "Storrs, Henry Randolph."
    1
    "Thomas, Ormsby Brunson."
    "32, 34."
    "Thomasson, William Poindexter."
    8
    "Turner, Henry Gray."
    46
    "Walker, James Peter."
    37

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