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Senate Doc 1st sess 33 Cong 1861 & 2 — Vol 9 Doc No 61 House Report 2d sess 33 Cong 1854 & 5 — Reports No 127, 149 — Reports of Committees 1st sess 33d Cong 1853 & 4 — Ho of Reps Vol 3 Report 289 — Reports of Committees 1st session 35th Cong — House of Reps: Vol 1 Report No 133, Senate Doc No 4 special session (March 1853) pages 338-398.

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California D461

Hon J. R. Doolittle Com. Ind. Affs. Senate Feb 12, '62 E

States a Resolution has been referred to the Committee rel. to an old claim of Geo McDougal of California — Asks for information

Capt Ruth Ansd Feb 18th 1862 at once Finance

see pencil note on outside

[stamp] RECEIVED AT THE Feb 13 1862 INDIAN BUREAU

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37 Cong. 2 Sess.

Letter of the Clerk of the Court of Claims communicating addl papers in the case of George McDougal

1860 Feby 9 Read and referred to the Cou. on Claims

1862 Feb 10 Referred with Joint Resn: S.48 to the Com on Indian Affairs

Mr Latham The V. Pres't

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Court of Claims Feb 8, 1860

Sir The case of George McDougal vs The United States, a claim originating in the State of California was reported by the Court of Claims to the Senate on the 3d day of Feby 1859. Since that time the enclosed depositions of Henry Dalton, Louis A Rowin, & John McDougal in behalf of the Claimant, and of David P. Belbush in behalf of the Government, have been returned into Court.

On motion of the Solicitor of the U.S. & of the Claimants Counsel, the Court has ordered, that said depositions be transmitted to the Senate with the view of their being placed in the hands of the Committee having charge of the Report.

I have the honor to be with great respect your obedient servant Saml. H. Huntington Ch. Clk. Court of Claims

Hon. J. C. Breckinridge President of the Senate U.S.

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37th Congress, 2d Session.

S. R. 48. Joint Resolution For the settlement of the claim of George McDougal upon just and equitable principles.

1862 — February 10. — Read twice, and referred to the Committee on Indian Affairs. May 30. — Reported with amendments.

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37th Congress, 2d Session.

S. R. 48. In the Senate of the United States.

February 10, 1862 Mr Latham asked, and by unanimous consent obtained, leave to bring in the following joint resolution; which was read twice and referred to the Committee on Indian Affairs.

May 30, 1862 Reported by Mr Doolittle with amendments, viz: Strike out the words within brackets [transcribed as single braces "{ }"] and insert those printed in italics [transcribed within double braces "{{ }}"].

JOINT RESOLUTION {For the settlement of the claim of George McDougal upon just and equitable principles.}

{{In relation to the claim of George McDougal. Resolved by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of America in Congress assembled,}} {that the Secretary of the Interior be, and he is hereby, authorized to audit and settle, upon just and equitable principles, the claim of George McDougal for supplies furnished the Indian department in the year one thousand eight hundred and fifty-two, and that a sum not exceeding ninety-two thousand dollars be, and hereby is, appropriated for the purpose of carrying this resolution into effect; the amount which may be found due to be paid to the legal representative of the said George McDougal.}

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