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President's Positions on 36th Senate Roll Call Votes


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s36v1ON CONSENTING TO THE NOMINATION OF BENJAMIN WIGGIN, TO BE U.S., COMMISSIONER UNDER THE RECIPROCITY TREATY BETWEEN THE U.S., AND HER BRITANNIC MAJESTY, CONCLUDED JUNE 5, 1854.CH5,18591Yea vote
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s36v2ON CONSENTING TO THE NOMINATION OF JAMES SIMIONS TO BE SURGEON AND TAKE THE PLACE ON THE ARMY REGISTER NEXT BELOW SURGEON DAVID C. DE LEON.CH5,18591Yea vote
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s36v3ON CONSENTING TO THE NOMINATION OF CHARLES L. WELLER, TO BE DEPUTY POSTMASTER AT SAN FRANCISCO, CALIFORNIA.CH7,18591Yea vote
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s36v5ON CONSENTING TO THE NOMINATION OF JAMES W. MANDENILLE, TO BE U.S., SURVEYOR GENERAL FOR THE DISTRICT OF CALIFORNIA.CH7,18591Yea vote
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s36v10TO ADVISE AND CONSENT TO THE RATIFICATION OF THE TREATY BETWEEN THE U.S., AND THE NEZ PERCE TRIBE OF INDIANS OCCUPYING LANDS PARTLY IN WASHINGTON AND PARTLY IN OREGON TERRITORIES, SIGNED JUNE 11, 1855.CH8,18591Yea vote
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s36v11TO ADVISE AND CONSENT TO THE RATIFICATION OF THE TREATY BETWEEN THE U.S., AND THE WALLA WALLA, CAYUSES AND UMATILLA TRIBES OF INDIANS OCCUPYING LANDS PARTLY IN WASHINGTON AND PARTLY IN OREGON TERRITORIES, SIGNED JUNE 9, 1855.CH8,18591Yea vote
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s36v12TO ADVISE AND CONSENT TO THE RATIFICATION OF THE TREATY BETWEEN THE U.S., AND THE CONFEDERATED INDIAN TRIBES AND BANDS OF INDIANS RESIDING IN MIDDLE OREGON, SIGNED JUNE 25, 1855.CH8,18591Yea vote
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s36v13TO ADVISE AND CONSENT TO THE RATIFICATION OF THE TREATY BETWEEN THE U.S., AND THE QUIL-NAI-ELT AND QUIL-LEH-UTE INDIANS IN WASHINGTON TERRITORY, SIGNED JULY 1, 1855, AND JAN. 25, 1856.CH8,18591Yea vote
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s36v14TO ADVISE AND CONSENT TO THE RATIFICATION OF THE TREATY BETWEEN THE U.S., AND THE DWAMISH, SUQUAMISH AND OTHER TRIBES OF INDIANS IN WASHINGTON TERRITORY, SIGNED JAN. 22, 1855.CH8,18591Yea vote
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s36v15TO ADVISE AND CONSENT TO THE RATIFICATION OF THE TREATY BETWEEN THE U.S., S'KLALLANIS INDIANS, OCCUPYING LANDS IN THE STRAITS OF FUCA AND HOODS' CANAL IN WASHINGTON TERRITORY SIGNED JAN. 26, 1855.CH8,18591Yea vote
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s36v16TO ADVISE AND CONSENT TO THE RATIFICATION OF THE TREATY BETWEEN THE U.S., AND THE MAKAH TRIBE OF INDIANS OCCUPYING THE COUNTRY AROUND CAPE CLASSET OR FLAHERTY, IN WASHINGTON TERRITORY, SIGNED JAN. 31, 1855.CH8,18591Yea vote
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s36v17TO ADVISE AND CONSENT TO THE RATIFICATION OF THE TREATY BETWEEN THE U.S., AND THE YAKAMA PALOUSE INDIANS WITH KAMAICHUN AS ITS HEAD CHIEF, OCCUPYING LANDS IN WASHINGTON TERRITORY, SIGNED JUNE 9, 1855.CH8,18591Yea vote
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s36v18TO ADVISE AND CONSENT TO THE RATIFICATION OF THE TREATY BETWEEN THE U.S., AND THE FLATHEAD, KOOTENAY AND UPPER PEUD D'OREILLES INDIANS UNDER THE NAME OF THE FLATHEAD INDIANS, SIGNED JULY 16, 1855.CH8,18591Yea vote
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s36v19TO ADVISE AND CONSENT TO THE RATIFICATION OF THE TREATY BETWEEN THE U.S., AND THE MO-LAL-LA-LAS OR MODEL TRIBE OF INDIANS IN OREGON TERRITORY SIGNED DEC. 21, 1855.CH8,18591Yea vote
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s36v20TO ADVISE AND CONSENT TO THE RATIFICATION OF THE TREATY BETWEEN THE U.S., AND THE PONCA TRIBE OF INDIANS CONCLUDED AT THE CITY OF WASHINGTON, MAR. 12, 1858.CH8,18591Yea vote
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s36v24TO ADVISE AND CONSENT TO THE RATIFICATION OF THE CONVENTION BETWEEN THE U.S., AND NEW GRANADA.CH8,18591Yea vote
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s36v25TO ADVISE AND CONSENT TO THE RATIFICATION OF THE CONVENTION BETWEEN THE U.S., AND CHILE, SIGNED NOV. 10, 1858, PROVIDING FOR THE REFERENCE TO AN ARBITER OF THE QUESTIONS RELATIVE TO A SUM OF MONEY, THE PROCEEDS OF THE CARGO OF THE ''MACEDONIAN.CH8,18591Yea vote
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s36v26ON CONSENTING TO THE NOMINATION OF JOHN PETTIT, TO BE CHIEF JUSTICE OF THE SUPREME COURT OF THE TERRITORY OF KAN.CH9,18591Yea vote
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s36v27ON CONSENTING TO THE NOMINATION OF JAMES SIMONS, TO BE SURGEON TO TAKE THE PLACE ON THE ARMY REGISTER NEXT BELOW SURGEON DAVID C. DE LEON.CH9,18591Yea vote
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s36v28ON CONSENTING TO THE NOMINATION OF EMERY D. POTTER, TO BE COLLECTOR OF THE CUSTOMS FOR THE DISTRICT OF MIAMI IN THE STATE OF OHIO.CH9,18591Yea vote
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s36v29ON CONSENTING TO THE NOMINATION OF ROBERT CACHRAN, TO BE COLLECTOR OF THE CUSTOMS FOR THE DISTRICT OF PRESQUE ISLE IN THE STATE OF PENNSYLVANIA.CH9,18591Yea vote
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s36v30ON CONSENTING TO THE NOMINATION OF JAMES Y. MC DUFFIE, TO BE SUPERINTENDENT OF INDIAN AFFAIRS IN CALIFORNIA.CH9,18591Yea vote
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s36v31TO ADVISE AND CONSENT TO THE RATIFICATION OF THE CONVENTION BETWEEN THE U.S., AND THE MENDAWA, KANTON AND WAKAPOOTA BANDS OF THE DACOTAH OR SIOUX INDIANS CONCLUDED JUNE 19, 1858.CH9,18591Yea vote
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s36v37TO ADVISE AND CONSENT TO THE NOMINATION OF FRANCIS J. GRUND, TO BE U.S. CONSUL AT HANRE..10,18601Yea vote
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s36v38ON CONSENTING TO THE NOMINATION OF CHARLES J. FAULKNER, TO BE ENVOY EXTRANDINARY AND MINISTER PLENIPATENTIARY OF THE U.S., TO FRANCE..16,18601Yea vote
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s36v41ON CONSENTING TO THE NOMINATION OF FRANCIS J. GRUND, TO BE U.S. CONSUL AT HAVRE..2,18601Yea vote
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s36v64THAT THE SENATE RECEDE FROM ITS SIXTH AMENDMENT, DISAGREED TO BY THE HOUSE TO H.R.1, WHICH AMENDMENT PROVIDES THAT FROM AND AFTER APRIL 10, NEXT THE FRANKING PRIVLEGE TO BE TOTALLY ABOLISHED, AND ALSO REPEALS ALL LAWS AUTHORIZING THE RECEIVING HR11Yea vote
APP. 2-15-60
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s36v68ON PASSAGE OF S. 35, ABOLISHING THE FRANKING PRIVILEGE. (P. 789-1)S351Yea vote
Req 350039
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s36v69ON ADOPTION OF H.J.RES. 8, (APP. 2-24-60), APPROPRIATING $10,000 FOR TRANSPORTING AND PLACING MILLS' STATUE OF WASHINGTON ON THE PEDESTAL DESIGNATED BY THE PROPER AUTHORITIES.HJR81Yea vote
APP. 2-24-60
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s36v70TO ADVISE AND CONSENT TO THE RATIFICATION OF THE TREATY OF FRIENDSHIP AND COMMERCE BETWEEN THE U.S., AND PARAGUAY CONCLUDED AND SIGNED IN THE CITY OF ASSUMPTION, FEB. 4, 1859.21,18601Yea vote
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s36v102TO PASS H.R.5. (P. 1146-2)HR51Yea vote
APP. 6-1-60
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s36v107ON ADOPTION OF S.J.RES. 6, (APP. 5-24-60), AUTHORIZING THE ENLARGEMENTS AND CONSTRUCTION OF A BRANCH TO THE LOUISVILLE AND PORTLAND CANAL. (P. 1176-2)SJR61Yea vote
APP. 5-24-60
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s36v110TO RETAIN IN ARTICLE 15 OF THE TREATY OF FRIENDSHIP AND COMMERCE BETWEEN THE U.S. AND NICARAGUA THE WORDS ''THEY ALSO AGREE TO EMPLOY THEIR INFLUENCE WITH OTHER NATIONS TO INDUCE THEM TO GUARANTEE SUCH NEUTRALITY AND PROTECTION.''CH16,1861Yea vote
Req 360012
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s36v111TO PASS A SENATE RESOLUTION THAT THE SENATE ADVISE AND CONSENT TO THE RATIFICATION OF THE TREATY OF FRIENDSHIP AND COMMERCE BETWEEN THE U.S. AND NICARAGUA. (TWO-THIRDS MAJORITY NOT OBTAINED)CH16,1861Yea vote
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s36v126ON PASSAGE OF S. 84 (APP. 6-16-60,12 STAT. L 41), FACILITATING COMMUNICATIONS BETWEEN THE ATLANTIC AND PACIFIC STATES BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH. (P. 1345-3)S841Yea vote
APP. 6-16-60,12 STAT. L 41
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s36v154ON PASSAGE OF H.R. 213, (APP. 4-19-60), INCORPORATING THE U.S. AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY. (P. 1676-1)HR2131Yea vote
APP. 4-19-60
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s36v157ON PASSAGE OF S. 118 (APP. 6-16-60), GRANTING THE CLAIM OF DAVID MYERLE FOR SERVICES RENDERED THE PEOPLE OF KENTUCKY SHOWING THEM HOW TO MANAGE AND HANDLE THEIR HEMP.S1181Yea vote
APP. 6-16-60
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s36v187ON CONSENTING TO THE NOMINATION OF CALHOUN BENHAM, TO BE U.S. ATTORNEY FOR THE NORTHERN DISTRICT OF CALIF.111,8601Yea vote
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s36v193ON PASSAGE OF H.R. 181, PROVIDING FOR A SUPERINTENDENT OF INDIAN AFFAIRS AT AN ANNUAL SALARY OF $2,500, AND THREE ADD- -ITIONAL AGENTS AT $1,500 EACH FOR WASHINGTON TERRITORY.HR1811Yea vote
Signed February 8, 1861
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s36v195THAT THE SENATE RECEDE FROM ITS AMENDMENT DISAGREED TO BY THE HOUSE TO H.R. 499, (APP. 5-24-60), A BILL TO SUPPLY DEFICIENCIES IN THE APPROPRIATIONS FOR THE FISCAL YEAR ENDING JUNE 30, 1890, WHICH AMENDMENT PROPOSES, TO PAY MRS. E.A. LINN, WIDOHR4991Yea vote
APP. 5-24-60
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s36v197TO CONCUR IN A HOUSE AMENDMENT TO S. 299 (APP. 6-1-60), REGULATING AND INCREASING THE PAY OF THE U.S. NAVY, WHICH AMENDMENT IS A SUBSTITUTE BILL. (P. 2267-3)S2991Yea vote
APP. 6-1-60
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s36v199TO AMEND S. 464, (APP. 6-16-60), AMENDING AN ACT IN ADDITION TO THE ACTS PROHIBITING THE SLAVE TRADE, BY ELIMINATING ALL AFTER THE ENACTING CLAUSE EXCEPT THE PROVISION TO RETURN TO AFRICA THE CAPTURED AFRICANS RECENTLY LANDED IN SOUTHERN FLORIDS4646Nay vote
Req 360025
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s36v200TO PASS S. 464.S4641Yea vote
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s36v226ON PASSAGE OF S. 11, (APP. 3-2-61), APPROPRIATING FOR THE PAYMENT OF THE EXPENSES INCURRED BY THE PEOPLE OF THE TERRITORIES OF OREGON AND WASHINGTON IN THE SUPPRESSION OF INDIAN HOSTILITIES THEREIN DURING THE YEARS 1855 AND 1856.S111Yea vote
APP. 3-2-61
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s36v233TO ADVISE AND CONSENT TO THE RATIFICATION OF THE TREATY OF TRANSITS AND COMMERCE BETWEEN THE U.S., AND THE MEXICAN REPUBLIC DATED AT VERA CRUZ DEC. 14, 1859.311,8601Yea vote
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s36v257TO PASS S. 307.S3071Yea vote
APP. 6-21-60
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s36v258ON PASSAGE OVER VETO OF THE PRESIDENT OF THE BILL S. 29, REGARDING THE CLAIM OF ARTHER EDWARDS AND HIS ASSOCIATES, FOR THE COMPENSATION OF $28.60 PER TRIP FOR TRANSPORTING THE U.S. MAIL ON HIS STEAM BOAT FROM BUFFALO TO CLEVELAND, A DISTANCE OFS296Nay vote
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s36v269TO PASS H.J.RES. 17. (P. 2751-3)HJR171Yea vote
APP. 6-15-1860
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s36v272ON CONCURRING IN THE AMENDMENT MADE IN COMMITTEE OF THE WHOLE TO THE BILL S. 9, (APP. 6-22-60), AMENDING THE ACT EXTENDING THE LAWS AND JUDICIAL SYSTEM OF THE U.S. TO THE STATE OF OREGON, WHICH AMENDMENT PROPOSES TO FIX THE SALARY OF THE DISTRIS91Yea vote
APP. 6-22-60
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s36v297ON PASSAGE OF THE BILL H.R. 220 (APP. 6-15-60), PROVIDING TO PAY TO ANSON DART, LATE SUPERINTENDENT OF INDIAN AFFAIRS IN THE TERRITORY OF OREGON, THE SUM OF $4,000 PER YEAR, DEDUCTING THEREFROM $2500 PER YEAR ALREADY RECEIVED FOR THE TIME SERVEHR2201Yea vote
APP. 6-15-60
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s36v316ON PASSAGE OF THE H.J.RES. 22, (APP. 6-23-60,12 STAT.L 117) RELATING TO THE PUBLIC PRINTING.HJR221Yea vote
APP. 6-23-60,12 STAT.L 117
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s36v321ON AGREEING TO AMENDMENT AS AMENDED TO THE BILL H.R. 500 (APP. 6-22-60), APPROPRIATING FOR THE NAVAL SERVICE FOR YEAR ENDING JUNE 30, 1861, WHICH AMENDMENT APPROPRIATED $300,000 TO ENABLE THE PRESIDENT TO CARRY INTO EFFECT A CONDITIONAL CONTRACHR5001Yea vote
APP. 6-22-60
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s36v328TO CONCUR IN THE REPORT OF THE CONFERENCE COMMITTEE, REGARDING AMENDMENT TO THE BILLS S. 416, SECURING HOMESTEADS TO ACTUAL SETTLERS ON THE PUBLIC DOMAIN. (P. 3159-3)S4166Nay vote
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s36v337ON CONSENTING TO THE NOMINATION OF MILES K. WARRINGTON, TO BE LIEUTENANT IN THE U.S. NAVY.E21,18601Yea vote
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s36v338ON CONCURRING TO THE REPORT OF THE CONFERENCE COMMITTEE REGARDING AMENDMENTS IN SO FAR AS RELATING TO PUBLIC WORKS ARE CONCERNED TO THE BILL H.R. 501, (APP. 6-25-60), APPROPRIATING FOR SUNDRY CIVIL EXPENSES OF THE GOVERNMENT FOR THE YEAR ENDINGHR5011Yea vote
APP. 6-25-60
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s36v340ON ADOPTION OF THE S.J.RES. 46, SUPPLEMENTARY TO THE JOINT RESOLUTION IN RELATION TO THE PUBLIC PRINTING, APPROVED JUNE 1860. (P. 3228-1)SJR461Yea vote
Signed June 28, 1860
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s36v348ON PASSAGE OVER VETO OF THE PRESIDENT, OF THE BILL, S. 416.S4166Nay vote
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s36v358TO ADVISE AND CONSENT TO THE RATIFICATION OF THE TREATY BETWEEN THE U.S., AND THE REPUBLIC OF HONDURAS SIGNED MAR. 28, 1860.E26,18601Yea vote
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s36v360TO ADVISE AND CONSENT TO THE RATIFICATION OF THE TREATY OF FRIENDSHIP AND COMMERCE BETWEEN THE U.S., AND NICARAGUA, SIGNED AT MANAGUA MARCH 16, 1859.E26,18601Yea vote
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s36v361TO ADVISE AND CONSENT TO THE RATIFICATION OF THE TREATY OF PEACE, COMMERCE AND NAVIGATION BETWEEN THE U.S., AND THE REPUBLIC OF BOLIVIA SIGNED AT LA PAZ MAY 13, 1865.E26,18601Yea vote
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s36v364TO ADVISE AND CONSENT TO THE RATIFICATION OF THE TREATY OF PEACE, COMMERCE AND NAVIGATION, BETWEEN THE U.S. AND BOLIVIA SIGNED AT LA PAZ MAY 13, 1865.E26,18601Yea vote
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s36v365TO ADVISE AND CONSENT TO THE RATIFICATION OF THE CONVENTION BETWEEN THE U.S., AND NORWAY AND SWEDEN FOR THE MUTUAL SURRENDER OF FUGITIVE CRIMINALS CONCLUDED MARCH 21, 1860.E26,18601Yea vote
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s36v367TO ADVISE AND CONSENT TO THE RATIFICATION OF THE CONVENTION BETWEEN THE U.S., AND SPAIN TO ARRANGE CERTAIN CLAIMS OF U.S. CITIZENS ARISING UNDER A PROVISIONAL DECREE ISSUED BY THE AUTHORITIES OF THE ISLAND OF CUBA, SIGNED AT MADRID, MARCH 5, 18E27,18601Yea vote
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s36v368TO ADVISE AND CONSENT TO THE RATIFICATION OF THE CONVENTION BETWEEN THE U.S., AND SPAIN, TO ARRANGE CERTAIN CLAIMS OF U.S. CITIZENS ARISING UNDER A PROVISIONAL DECREE ISSUED BY THE AUTHORITIES OF THE ISLAND OF CUBA, SIGNED AT MADRID, MAR. 5, 18E27,18601Yea vote
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s36v369TO RECONSIDER THE VOTE REFUSING TO RATIFY THE TREATY OF TRANSITS AND COMMERCE BETWEEN THE U.S. AND MEXICO SIGNED AT VERA CRUZ, DEC. 14, 1859.E27,18601Yea vote
Req 360014
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s36v371TO ADVISE AND CONSENT TO THE NOMINATION OF JOSEPH E. JOHNSTON TO BE QUARTER-MASTER GENERAL OF THE U.S. ARMY WITH THE RANK OF BRIGADIER-GENERAL.E28,18601Yea vote
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s36v378ON AGREEING TO AMENDMENT OF COMMITTEE ON FINANCE TO THE BILL H.R. 863 (C 1-12 ST. 121), AUTHORIZING THE ISSUING OF TREASURY NOTES, BY PROVIDING THAT THE PROCEEDS OF SALES OF PUBLIC LANDS BE PLEDGED TO REDEEM TREASURY NOTES AND THAT THE TREASUREHR8631Yea vote
Signed December 17, 1860
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s36v398TO POSTPONE INDEFINITELY THE BILL H.R. 701. (P. 381-1)HR7016Nay vote
Req 360030
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s36v401TO AMEND S.J.RES. 54, BY RECOGNIZING THE EXISTENCE OF SLAVERY IN ALL TERRITORIES NOW HELD OR TO BE ACQUIRED SOUTH OF 36 30, FOR THE PURPOSE OF ENLARGING TERRITORY LEGALIZING SLAVERY. (P. 290-2)SJR541Yea vote
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s36v410ON CONSENTING TO THE NOMINATION OF JOSEPH HOLT TO BE U.S. SECRETARY OF WAR..18,18611Yea vote
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s36v421TO PASS H.R. 23. NP. 489-1)HR231Yea vote
12 STAT. 126, Signed January 29, 1861
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s36v441TO PASS H.R. 701. (P. 638-3)HR7011Yea vote
Req 360030
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s36v511TO AMEND H.R. 338, BY INSERTING A SUBSTITUTE FOR THE ENTIRE BILL, IMPOSING AN AD VALOREM DUTY OF THIRTY PER CENT ON ALL IMPORTED ARTICLES MENTIONED IN SCHEDULES ''A'',''B'', AND ''C'', OF AN ACT ENTITLED, ''AN ACT REDUCING THE DUTY OF IMPORTS, HR3386Nay vote
Req 360010
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s36v512TO PASS H.R. 338. (P. 1065-2)HR3381Yea vote
Req 360010
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s36v513ON CONSENTING TO THE NOMINATION OF THOMAS BULLITT ALEXANDER, TO BE A SECOND LIEUTENANT IN THE U.S. ARMY..21,18611Yea vote
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s36v528ON PASSAGE OF H.R. 299 (12 STAT. 199, APP. 3-2-61), PROVIDING FOR THE PAYMENT OF EXPENSES INCURRED IN THE SUPPRESSION OF INDIAN HOSTILITIES IN THE STATE OF CALIF., IN BONDS AUTHORIZED TO BE ISSUED BY ACT OF FEB. 8, 1891, SUM NOT TO EXCEED $400,HR2991Yea vote
12 STAT. 199, APP. 3-2-61
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s36v529ON PASSAGE OF H.J.RES. 70 (12 STAT. 251, APP. 3-2-61), QUITTING TITLES TO LANDS IN THE STATE OF IOWA, PROVIDING THAT ALL TITLE WHICH THE U.S. STILL RETAIN IN THE TRACTS OF LAND ALONG THE DES MOINES RIVER, ABOVE THE RACCOON FORK IN THE STATE OF HJR701Yea vote
12 STAT. 251, APP. 3-2-61
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s36v539TO PASS H.R. 950.HR9501Yea vote
12 STAT 204, APP. 3-2-61
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s36v551TO PASS H.R. 895.HR8951Yea vote
12 STAT. 214, APP. 3-2-61
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s36v552TO CONCUR IN THE HOUSE AMENDMENT TO THE BILL PROVIDING A TEMPORARY GOVERNMENT FOR THE TERRITORY OF COLORADO S. 366, (59-12 ST. 172 APP. 2-28-61), DENYING THE RIGHT OF APPEALING DECISIONS OF THE TERRITORIAL COURT ON QUESTIONS AFFECTING SLAVE PROS3661Yea vote
59-12 ST. 172 APP. 2-28-61
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s36v567ON CONCURRING IN AMENDMENT AS AMENDED TO H.R. 899, WHICH WOULD APPROPRIATE $50,000 TO RAISE AN ARMY FOR THE PROTECTION OF EMIGRANTS GOING OVER PLAINS TO OREGON, CALIFORNIA AND WASHINGTON. (P. 1248-3)HR8991Yea vote
12 ST. 200, APP. 3-2-61
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s36v571ON CONSENTING TO THE NOMINATION OF ALEXANDER W. RUSSELL, TO BE PAYMASTER IN THE NAVY FROM FEB. 2, 1861..28,18611Yea vote
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s36v579ON PASSAGE OF H.J.R. 59, (APP. 3-2-61), AS AMENDED, AUTHORIZ #NAME? THE REPUBLIC OF NICARAUGUA. (P. 1305-1)HJR591Yea vote
APP. 3-2-61
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s36v594ON AGREEING TO AMENDMENT OFFERED AS A SUBSTITUTE FOR H.J.RES. 80, IN ORDER TO SUBMIT ARTICLES AS AMENDMENTS TO THE U.S. CONSTITUTION WHICH SHALL BE VALID WHEN RATIFIED BY CONVENTION OF 3/4 OF SEVERAL STATES, SAID ARTICLES BEING TO PROHIBIT SLAVHJR801Yea vote
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s36v601TO SUBSTITUTE FOR S.J.RES. 54, THE BILL S.J.RES. 70, COMPRISING THE VIEWS OF PEACE CONFERENCE OF TWENTY-ONE STATES HELD AT WASHINGTON AS FOLLOWS: THAT NO NEW TERRITORIES SHALL BE ACQUIRED UNLESS IT BE BY A TWO-THIRDS VOTE OF THE SENATE, WHICH TSJR546Nay vote
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s36v602TO PASS S.J.RES. 54. (P. 1405-2)SJR541Yea vote
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