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President's Positions on 39th Senate Roll Call Votes


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s39v179TO RATIFY THE ARTICLES OF AGREEMENTS AND CONVENTION BETWEEN THE UNITED STATES AND THE CHOCTAW AND CHICKASAW INDIANS. (P. 882)E28,18661Yea vote
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s39v266TO RATIFY THE AMENDMENT TO THE TREATY, MADE BETWEEN THE UNITED STATES AND THE CHEROKEE NATION OF INDIANS, WHICH PROPOSED THAT THE CHEROKEE NATION DELIVER TO THE UNITED STATES, ALL PUBLIC PROPERTY, AND THAT THE SECRETARY OF INTERIOR SHALL SELL AY27,18661Yea vote
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s39v209TO PASS S. J. RES. 82 (14 STAT 3678 APP JULY 26, 1866), A BILL PROVIDING FOR THE CODIFICATION OF THE CUSTOM LAWS AND APPROPRIATING $10,000 FOR CLERKS TO DO THAT WORK. (P. 3827-2)SJR821Yea vote
14 STAT 3678 APP JULY 26, 1866
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s39v188TO PASS S. J. RES. 79 (14 STAT 365, APP JULY 25, 1866), A RESOLUTION APPROPRIATING $5,000 FOR THE PURCHASE OF JUDGE JAMES L. PETTIGRU'S LAW LIBRARY FOR THE USE OF LIBRARY FOR FOR CONGRESS. (P. 3550-1)SJR791Yea vote
14 STAT 365, APP JULY 25, 1866
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s39v67TO PASS S. J. RES. 49.SJR491Yea vote
14 STAT 353, APP MAY 14, 1866
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s39v109TO PASS S. 74. (P. 2180-1)S746Nay vote
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s39v31TO PASS S. 61.S616Nay vote
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s39v491TO PASS S. 588 (14 STAT L 636 APPR MAR. 2, 1867) WHICH PRO- VIDES FOR A RELEASE TO WILLIAM H. WEBB OF NEW YORK OF ALL RIGHT, TITLE AND INTEREST OF THE UNITED STATES IN AND TO THE IRONCLAD STEAMSHIP DUNDERBERG ON JUST PAYMENT BY HIM OF ALL MONIES5881Yea vote
14 STAT L 636 APPR MAR. 2, 1867)
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s39v472TO PASS S. 462 PROVIDING FOR THE ADMISSION OF COLORADO INTO THE UNION AS A STATE.S4626Nay vote
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s39v304TO PASS S. 456. (P 360-2)S4566Nay vote
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s39v271TO PASS S. 447. (P. 4222-3)S4476Nay vote
Vetoed
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s39v326TO PASS S. 438 (14 STAT 635, APP MAR. 2, 1867), A BILL GRANTING 840 ACRES OF LAND TO THE HEIRS OF JOHN E. BOULIGNY. (P. 676-1)S4381Yea vote
14 STAT 635, APP MAR. 2, 1867
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s39v219TO PASS S. 428, A BILL APPROPRIATING $50,000 FOR THE RELIEF OF SUFFERERS BY THE LATE FIRE IN PORTLAND MAINE.S4281Yea vote
Signed July 27,1866
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s39v200TO PASS S. 414 (14 STAT L. 243, APP JULY 25, 1866), A BILL REGULATING THE TIME AND MANNER OF HOLDING ELECTIONS FOR SENATORS IN CONGRESS. (P. 3727-1, 3734-2)S4141Yea vote
14 STAT L. 243, APP JULY 25, 1866
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s39v193TO PASS S. 367 (14 STAT 604, APP JULY 23, 1866), A BILL EXTENDING THE TIME OF LETTERS-PATENT ISSUED TO THADDEUS HYATT. (P. 3668-1, 3)S3671Yea vote
14 STAT 604, APP JULY 23, 1866
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s39v184TO PASS S. 357. (P. 3490-1)S3571Yea vote
14 STAT 221, APP. JULY 24, 1866
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s39v163TO PASS S. 317 (14 STAT L. 79, APP JULY 13, 1866), A BILL AMENDING THE PACIFIC RAILROAD ACT, A ACT FOR THE CONSTRUC- TION OF A RAILROAD AND TELEGRAPH LINE FROM MISSOURI TO THE PACIFIC OCEAN. (P. 3267-1)S3171Yea vote
14 STAT L. 79, APP JULY 13, 1866
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s39v158TO PASS S. 269 A BILL DEFINING NUMBER AND REGULATES APPOINTMENT OF NAVAL OFFICERS, BY CREATING RANK OF ADMIRAL FOR VICE- ADMIRAL FARRAGUT. (P. 3154-3)S2691Yea vote
APP JULY 25, 1866
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s39v112TO PASS S. 220. (P. 2232-3)S2201Yea vote
14 STAT 424, APP MAR. 2, 1867
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s39v288TO PASS S. 1.S16Nay vote
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s39v296TO PASS S. 1 OVER THE PRESIDENTS VETO. (P. 303-2)S16Nay vote
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s39v62TO PASS S 138 (APP JULY 27, 1866, 14 STAT L. 332), INCREAS- ING AND FIXING THE MILITARY PEACE ESTABLISHMENT OF THE UNITED STATES.S1381Yea vote
APP JULY 27, 1866, 14 STAT L. 332
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s39v447TO PASS H. R. 965 (14 STAT L 412, APP. FEB. 27, 1867), A BILL WHICH DECLARES THAT THE CLINTON BRIDGE ACROSS THE MISSOURI RIVER AT CLINTON, IOWA IS A POST ROAD.HR9651Yea vote
14 STAT L 412, APP. FEB. 27, 1867
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s39v383TO PASS H. R. 874 (14 STAT L 397, APP FEB. 21, 1867), A BILL TO REGULATE THE DUTIES OF THE CLERK OF THE HOUSE OF REPRE- SENTATIVES IN PREPARING FOR THE ORGANIZATION OF THE HOUSE. (P. 946-1)HR8741Yea vote
14 STAT L 397, APP FEB. 21, 1867
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s39v498TO PASS H. R. 859. (P. 1964-1)HR8591Yea vote
14 STAT 432 APP MAR. 2, 1867
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s39v307TO PASS H. R. 830 (14 STAT L 378, APP JAN, 22, 1867), A BILL FIXING THE TIME AND DATE FOR REGULAR MEETINGS OF CONGRESS. (P. 379-1)HR8301Yea vote
14 STAT L 378, APP JAN, 22, 1867
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s39v295TO PASS H. R. 828 (14 STAT L 377, APP. JAN. 21, 1867), AN ACT TO REPEAL SECTION 13 OF AN ACT OF SUPPRESS INSURRECTION, TO PUNISH TREASON AND REBELLION AND TO SIEZE AND CONFISCATE THE PROPERTY OF REBELS, APP. JULY 17, 1862. SECTION 13 GIVES THE HR8281Yea vote
14 STAT L 377, APP. JAN. 21, 1867
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s39v451TO PASS H. R. 820 (14 STAT L 625, APP FEB. 28, 1867), A BILL PROVIDING FOR THE PAYMENT OF WORK DONE BY HENRY S. DAVIES, A MECHANIC, ON THE PATENT OFFICE BUILDING. (P. 1710-1, 2)HR8201Yea vote
14 STAT L 625, APP FEB. 28, 1867
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s39v494TO PASS H. R. 793. (P. 1958-1)HR7931Yea vote
14 STAT L. 554, APP MAR. 2, 1867
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s39v187TO PASS H. R. 683 (14 STAT 596, APP JULY 13, 1866), PAYING J. JUDSON BARCLAY $3,000 FOR HIS EXPENSES AS CONSUL AT CYPRESS. (P. 3549-1)HR6831Yea vote
14 STAT 596, APP JULY 13, 1866
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s39v308TO PASS H. R. 508 (14 STAT L379, APP JAN. 25, 1867), AN ACT TO REGULATE THE ELECTIVE FRANCHISE IN THE TERRITORIES OF THE UNITED STATES, PROVIDING FOR THE ENFORCEMENT OF RIGHTS OF CITIZENS TO ELECTIVE FRANCHISE, IRRESPECTIVE OF COLOR, RACE OR PRHR5081Yea vote
14 STAT L379, APP JAN. 25, 1867
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s39v417TO PASS H. R. 452. (P. 1302-2)HR4521Yea vote
Req 390031
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s39v104TO PASS H. R. 238. (P. 2066-2)HR2381Yea vote
14 STAT 46, MAY 11, 1866
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s39v96TO PASS H. R. 207 (14 STAT 317, APP APR. 9, 1866) A BILL PROVIDING WAYS AND MEANS TO SUPPORT THE GOVERNMENT. (P. 1854-3)HR2071Yea vote
14 STAT 317, APP APR. 9, 1866
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s39v32TO PASS H. R. 204 (14 STAT 308, APP FEB. 13, 1866), A BILL REGULATING REGISTRATION OF VESSELS. (P. 700-1)HR2041Yea vote
14 STAT 308, APP FEB. 13, 1866
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s39v58TO PASS H. R. 135 (14 STAT 8, APP MAR. 14, 1866), A BILL EXTENDING TIME OF WITHDRAWAL OF GOODS FROM PUBLIC STORES AND BONDED WAREHOUSES. (P. 1327-1)HR1351Yea vote
14 STAT 8, APP MAR. 14, 1866
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s39v138TO PASS H. R. 11HR111Yea vote
14 STAT 66 APP JUNE 15, 1866
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s39v434TO PASS H. R. 1099 (14 STAT L 398, APP. FEB. 22, 1867), WHICH PROVIDES FOR THE ELECTION OF A CONGRESSIONAL PRINTER.HR10991Yea vote
14 STAT L 398, APP. FEB. 22, 1867
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s39v12TO PASS H. J. RES. 28 ACCEPTING THE INVITATION TO PARTICI- PATE IN THE INDUSTRIAL EXPOSITION AT PARIS IN 1867. (P. 187-2)HJR281Yea vote
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s39v282TO PASS H. J. RES. 208, (#96 LAWS OF 1866, JULY 28, 1866), AUTHORIZING THE FENIANS TO HOLD MEETINGS IN THE ORPHANS FAIR BUILDING. (P. 4293-1)HJR2081Yea vote
#96 LAWS OF 1866, JULY 28, 1866
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s39v466TO PASS H. J. RES. 205 (14 STAT L 571, APP MAR. 2, 1867), PROVIDING FOR THE ERECTION OF AN EQUESTRIAN STATUE TO THE MEMORY OF BREVET LIEUTENANT GENERAL WINFIELD SCOTT AND DIRECTING AND AUTHORIZING THE SECRETARY OF WAR TO CONTRACT WITH HENRY K. HJR2051Yea vote
14 STAT L 571, APP MAR. 2, 1867
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s39v276TO PASS H. J. RES. 197.HJR1971Yea vote
APP JULY 28, 1866
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s39v49TO PASS H. J. RES. 17 (14 STAT 350, APP. MAR 10, 1866), WHICH GIVES THE CONSENT OF CONGRESS TO TRANSFER OF BERKELEY AND JEFFERSON COUNTIES TO VIRGINIA. (P. 1204-1)HJR171Yea vote
14 STAT 350, APP. MAR 10, 1866
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s39v499TO OVERRIDE VETO OF S. 453 (14 STAT L 430, APP MAR. 2, 1867) A BILL TO REGULATE THE TENURE OF CERTAIN CIVIL OFFICERS.S4536Nay vote
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s39v500TO OVERRIDE VETO OF H. R. 1143 (14 STAT L 428, APP MAR. 2, 1867), A BILL PROVIDING FOR THE MORE EFFICIENT GOVERNMENT OF THE REBEL STATES. (P. 1969-1)HR11436Nay vote
Vetoed
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s39v211TO OVERRIDE THE VETO OF H. R. 613 (14 STAT 173, APP JULY 16, 1866), A BILL CONTINUING THE FREEDMEN'S BUREAU.HR6136Nay vote
Vetoed
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s39v39TO OVERRIDE THE PRESIDENT'S VETO OF S. 60. (P. 943-2)S606Nay vote
Vetoed
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s39v94TO OVERRIDE PRESIDENT'S VETO OF S. 61. (P. 1809-3)S616Nay vote
Vetoed
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s39v399TO OVERIDE VETO OF S. 456 (14 STAT . 391, APP FEB. 9, 1867) A BILL TO ADMIT NEBRASKA AS A STATE OF THE UNION. (P. 1096-3)S4566Nay vote
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s39v279TO INSTRUCT COMMITTEE OF CONFERENCE TO AGREE TO AMENDMENT OF HOUSE TO H. R. 737 WHICH APPROPRIATES $65,000,000 FOR SOLDIERS BOUNTIES, PAYING $100 ADDITIONAL BOUNTY FOR THREE YEARS SERVICE OR LESS THAN THREE YEARS WHEN WOUNDED: TWO YEARS $50 BOUHR7371Yea vote
APP JULY 28, 1866, 14 STAT 310
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s39v115TO GO INTO EXECUTIVE SESSION DURING DEBATE, H. R. 280 (14 STAT L. 48, APP MAY 18, 1866), MAKING APPROPRIATIONS FOR POST OFFICE DEPARTMENT FOR FISCAL 1867. (P. 2313-2)HR2801Yea vote
14 STAT L. 48, APP MAY 18, 1866
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s39v461TO CONCUR IN THE REPORT OF THE CONFERENCE COMMITTEE ON H. R. 904, (14 STAT L. 412, APP. FEB. 28, 1867), MAKING APPROPRIATIONS FOR THE CONSULAR AND DIPLOMATIC SERVICE FOR THE FISCAL 1868, WHICH PROPOSES A PROVISION THAT NO MONEY BE PAID TO THE PHR9041Yea vote
14 STAT L. 412, APP. FEB. 28, 1867
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s39v156TO CONCUR IN AN AMENDMENT TO H. R. 213 (APP JULY 23, 1866), A BILL MAKING APPROPRIATIONS FOR LEGISLATIVE, EXECUTIVE AND JUDICIAL EXPENSES FOR FISCAL 1867. THE AMENDMENT APPROPRI- ATES $160,000 FOR EXTRA PAY TO TEMPORARY TREASURY CLERKS AND FOR HR2131Yea vote
APP JULY 23, 1866
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s39v469TO CONCUR IN AN AMENDMENT TO H. R. 1173 ADOPTED IN COMMITTEE OF THE WHOLE WHICH AUTHORIZES THE SECRETARY OF THE TREASURY TO PAY TO ASSISTANT ACCESSORS OF INTERNAL REVENUE IN REBEL STATES PRIOR TO AUG. 1, 1866, THE COMPENSATION ALLOWED BY LAW ANHR11731Yea vote
14 STAT 457, APPR. MAR. 2, 1867
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s39v445TO CONCUR IN A HOUSE AMENDMENT TO H. R. 1143, WHICH FIXES QUALIFICATION OF DELEGATES TO A CONSTITUTIONAL CONVENTION TO BE HELD BY REBEL STATES, AND DECLARES EXISTING STATE GOVERN- MENT IN THE REBEL STATES TO BE PROVISIONAL. (P. 1645-3)HR11436Nay vote
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s39v490TO APPOINT HUGH ERVING TO BE MINISTER AT HAGUE..2,18671Yea vote
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s39v495TO AGREE TO THE CONFERENCE REPORT ON H. R. 598 (14 STAT 517, APP MAR. 2, 1867), A BILL ESTABLISHING A UNIFORM SYSTEM OF BANKRUPTCY IN THE UNITED STATES. THE CONFERENCE REPORT PROVIDES THE SENATE RECEDE FROM THEIR AMENDMENTS TO 26 TO 33RD SECTIOHR5981Yea vote
14 STAT 517, APP MAR. 2, 1867
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s39v439TO AGREE TO CONFERENCE REPORT ON S. 453, (14 STAT L 430, APP MAR. 2, 1867), A BILL REGULATING THE TENURE OF CERTAIN CIVIL OFFICERS. IF THE CONFERENCE REPORT IS ACCEPTED THE TWO HOUSES WILL AGREE TO FIXING OF THE TERM OF OFFICE FOR MEMBERS OF THS4536Nay vote
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s39v475TO AGREE TO AN AMENDED AMENDMENT TO H. R. 1161, WHICH PRO- VIDES THAT THE TAX ON COTTON GROWN AFTER SEPT. 1, 1867, SHALL BE ONE CENT PER POUND. (P. 1867-2)HR11611Yea vote
14 STAT L 471, APP MAR. 2, 1867
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s39v34TO AGREE ON THE HOUSE AMENDMENT TO S. 60, WHICH AUTHORIZES THE PRESIDENT TO DIVIDE INTO DISTRICTS, THE SECTION OF THE COUNTRY CONTAINING SUCH REFUGEES AND FREEDMEN. (P. 747-2)S606Nay vote
Vetoed
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s39v265TO ADOPT A PROVISO TO ARTICLE FIVE OF A TREATY BETWEEN THE UNITED STATES AND THE CHEROKEE NATION OF INDIANS, NEGO- TIATED AT WASHINGTON, D. C., ON JULY 19, 1866.Y27,18661Yea vote
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s39v190CONFIRMATION OF NOMINATION OF WILLIAM S. MOSELY OF MISSOURI TO BE ONE OF THREE COMMISSIONERS UNDER ACT APPROVED APR. 17, 1866, ENTITLED ''AN ACT TO REINBURSE MISSOURI FOR MONIES EXPENDED FOR THE UNITED STATES IN ENROLLING, EQUIPPING AND PROSSESY5,18661Yea vote
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s39v205CONFIRMATION OF NOMINATION OF WILLIAM G. MC CANDLASS TO BE COLLECTOR OF INTERNAL REVENUE FOR 23RD DISTRICT OF PENNSYLVANIA.Y13,18661Yea vote
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s39v48CONFIRMATION OF NOMINATION OF WILLIAM BONIFANT, AS UNITED STATES MARSHALL FOR DISTRICT OF MARYLAND..6,18661Yea vote
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s39v113CONFIRMATION OF NOMINATION OF WADE HAMPTON TO BE DEPUTY POSTMASTER AT PITTSBURGH PENNSYLVANIA..30,18661Yea vote
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s39v61CONFIRMATION OF NOMINATION OF V. L. FINDLAY, TO BE COLLECTOR OF INTERNAL REVENUE, THIRD DISTRICT OF MARYLAND..14,18661Yea vote
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s39v105CONFIRMATION OF NOMINATION OF SAMUEL MC KELVY TO BE MARSHALL OF UNITED STATES FOR WESTERN DISTRICT OF PENN..24,18661Yea vote
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s39v204CONFIRMATION OF NOMINATION OF JOHN W. STOKES TO BE COLLECTOR INTERNAL REVENUE FOR THE FOURTH COLLECTION DISTRICT OF PENNSYLVANIA.Y13,18661Yea vote
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s39v457CONFIRMATION OF NOMINATION OF JOHN M. DUKE, TO BE COLLECTOR OF INTERNAL REVENUE OF THE NINTH DISTRICT OF KENTUCKY, IN PLACE OF JOHN J. ANDERSON, WHO RESIGNED..23,18671Yea vote
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s39v489CONFIRMATION OF NOMINATION OF JOHN A. DIX TO BE ENVOY EXTRA- ORDINARY AND MINISTER PLENIPOTENTIARY TO FRANCE, IN PLACE OF JOHN BIGELOW, RECALLED AT THE REQUEST OF UNITED STATES GOVERNMENT.2,18671Yea vote
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s39v203CONFIRMATION OF NOMINATION OF GREEN CLAY SMITH OF KENTUCKY TO BE GOVERNOR OF THE TERRITORY OF MONTANA.Y13,18661Yea vote
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s39v185CONFIRMATION OF NOMINATION OF GEORGE W. GINTY TO BE ASSESSOR OF INTERNAL REVENUE FOR FIFTH COLLECTION DISTRICT, STATE OF WISCONSIN.E30,18661Yea vote
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s39v487CONFIRMATION OF NOMINATION OF GEORGE A. CUSTER TO BE PRO- MOTED TO THE RANK OF LIEUTENANT- COLONEL OF THE SEVENTH REGIMENT, UNITED STATES CAVALRY, JULY 28, 1866, TO FILL A VACANCY FROM THAT OF CAPTAIN OF THE FIFTH REGIMENT, UNITED STATES CAVALR.2,18671Yea vote
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s39v86CONFIRMATION OF NOMINATION OF FRANK P. BLAIR TO BE COLLECTOR INTERNAL REVENUE FOR FIRST COLLECTION DISTRICT OF MISSOURI..2,18661Yea vote
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s39v488CONFIRMATION OF NOMINATION OF EDGAR COWAN TO BE ENVOY EXTRAORDINARY AND MINISTER PLENIPOTENTIARY OF THE UNITED STATES TO AUSTRIA..2,18671Yea vote
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s39v247CONFIRMATION OF NOMINATION OF CHARLES W. BUTLER TO BE DEPUTY POSTMASTER AT NEW LONDON, CONNECTICUT, IN PLACE OF JULIUS W. EGGLESTON, REMOVED.Y25,18661Yea vote
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s39v259CONFIRMATION OF NOMINATION OF ALEXANDER W. RANDALL, TO BE POSTMASTER-GENERAL, TO FILL VACANCY CAUSED BY THE RESIG- NATION OF WILLIAM DENNISON.Y26,18661Yea vote
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