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that under the rules all questions other than of order should be submitted to Senate: offered......I-185
that managers be permitted to file printed or written arguments: amendment offered..
opinion on the case
Sherman, William T. (See Testimony.)
Smith, Francis H. (See Testimony.)
Sprague, William, a senator from Rhode Island..
Stanbery, Henry, of Kentucky, counsel
for an allowance of forty days to prepare answer
for an allowance of thirty days to prepare for trial
of Adjt. Genl. Thomas's, declarations to Mr. Burleigh, February 21, 1868...I-188, 192, 193, 195, 206, 207
of appointment of Edmund Cooper to be Assistant Secretary of Treasury.
of telegrams relating to the reconstruction of Alabama..
of President's declarations to Adjutant General Thomas, February 21
.I-260, 261, 262, 264
of conversations between President and Gen'l Sherman, January 12 .. -I-462, 463, 465, 468, 469, 471, 472
of tender of War office to General Sherman..
of President's purpose to get the question before the courts..
of question, Whether General Sherman formed and gave the President an opinion, &c...I-499, 501, 504
on motion to remove limit to number of speakers on final argument..
.I-512, 513, 514
on right of counsel to renew examination of a witness recalled by court..
remarks on the competency of the President pro tempore to sit as a member of the court...
remarks on the competency of the President pro tempore to sit as a member of the court..
that Chief Justice presiding has no authority to vote on any question during the trial, &c.:
that where the Senate were equally divided, and Chief Justice gave a casting vote, such vote was
offered and rejected, (yeas 21, nays 27,)..
that trial proceed without delay on account of removal of limit provided by Rule XXI:
amendment offered and accepted..
that on final argument the several managers who speak shall close :
that under rule limiting argument to two on a side, such others as choose may file arguments at any
Sumner, Charles, orders by-Continued.
that all evidence offered not trivial or obviously irrelevant be received without objection, to be
that Senate proceed to vote on the several articles of impeachment at twelve o'clock on the day
that after removal, which follows conviction, any further judgment shall be determined by a majority
that Mr. Nelson, one of counsel, having used disorderly words, has deserved the disapprobation of
that the question be put as proposed by presiding officer, and each senator shall rise in his place
XXIII, in taking the votes of Senate on the articles, presiding officer shall call each senator by
proposed April 25
XXIV, on a conviction by Senate it shall be the duty of presiding officer forthwith to pronounce the
remarks by....I-24, 25, 85, 86, 154, 155, 185, 186, 187, 265, 298, 367, 370, 371, 489, 491, 496, 497, 532, 534, 536, 561,
William J. McDonald: service of Senate resolutions at office of President.
Thomas W. Ferry: occurrences at War Department, February 22.
Samuel Wilkeson: Adjutant General Thomas's account of interview with Secretary Stanton
William H. Emory: conversations with President in reference to troops, I-233-236; Orders No. 15
William E. Chandler: process of drawing money from Treasury Department, I-256, 265, 266; course
Daniel C. McEwen: President's speech at Cleveland, September 3, 1866..
Francis H. Smith: President's speech, August 18, 1866, I-292, 293; revision by President's secretary,
Everett D. Stark: President's speech at Cleveland, September 3, 1866, reported for Cleveland
L. L. Walbridge: President's speech at St. Louis, September 8, 1866..
Testimony for the prosecution-Continued.
Robert S. Chew: change in form of commissions after passage of civil-tenure act, I-351, 357; change
H. Wood: interview with President, September, 1866, I-372; President and Congress, I-373; pat-
Foster Blodgett: suspension from office of postmaster at Augusta, Georgia........
Lorenzo Thomas: service, I-415, 432; restoration to duty as Adjutant General, I-416, 417, 433;
William T. Sherman: duties in Washington, December, 1867, I-460, 461; interviews with President,
R. J. Meigs: warrant of arrest of Lorenzo Thomas, I-508, 516; docket of entries, I-517, 531.
William G. Moore: nomination of Mr. Ewing to be Secretary of War, I-556; when received, I—556;
Walter S. Cox: counsel for Adjutant General Thomas, I-595, 596; employed by President, I-597,
Richard T. Merrick: employment in case of General Thomas, I-617-623; report to President, I-618;
Edwin O. Perrin: interview with President, February 21
Henry F. Zider: President's speech at St. Louis, I-643; corrections, I-643, 644; differences in re-
Frederick W. Seward: practice in appointments of vice-consuls
Gideon Welles: date of commission, I-663, 701; movements of troops, February 21, 1868, I-663,
Edgar T. Welles: form of navy agent's commission, I-704; movement of troops, I-705, 706.
remarks on the competency of the President pro tempore to sit as a member of the court..
rank and service of..
restoration of, to duty as Adjutant General
appointment of, Secretary of War ad interim..
demand of, for possession.
with Secretary Stanton.
with Mr. Burleigh..
with Mr. Wilkeson
..I-184, 208, 489, 490, 536, 606. II-8, 472, 493
.I—164, 165, 166, 167, 168, 169, 170, 171, 172, 173, 174, 220, 221, 222, 223, 232
with Mr. Karsner..
with Mr. B. B. Johnson
declarations of, to clerks of the War Office..
.I-427, 441, 515
Tickets, order, (in Senate,) that during the trial, no persons besides those who have the privilege of the
Tinker, Charles A. (See Testimony.)
order that, unless otherwise ordered, the, proceed immediately after replication filed-[By Mr. Conkling.]
application of counsel for reasonable time, after replication filed, to prepare for
offered and agreed to, (yeas 28, nays 24)
.I-31, 32, 85
I-83, 84, 85
that as many of managers as desire be permitted to file arguments or address Senate orally; but
that any two of managers, except those who open and close, and who have not addressed Senate,
that consideration of respondent's application for time be postponed until managers have sub-
remarks on the competency of the President pro tempore to sit as a member of the court.......III-365, 366
that no senator shall speak more than once, nor to exceed fifteen minutes during deliberations on
tabled, (yeas 28, nays 20)..
that the question shall be taken on the eleventh article first, and thereafter on the other ten suc-
that the several orders heretofore adopted as to the order of voting upon the articles be
remarks by..I-85, 86, 187, 267, 497, 522, 524, 528, 634, 692, 706. П-218, 472, 479, 484, 487, 490, 492, 495, 496, 4J7
remarks on motion relating to the number of speakers on final argument..
of employment of counsel by President to get up test case..
of President's declarations to Mr. Perrin ..
of advice to President by cabinet touching constitutionality of tenure-of-office act
Witness. (See Practice.)
I-25, 31, 32, 86, 181, 184, 740. II-6, 141, 434, 473
question, Whether counsel can renew examination of a, recalled by court-[By Mr. Williams].
Witnesses for the prosecution. (For analysis of testimony see Testimony.)
Blodgett, Foster, suspension from office..
Burleigh, Walter A., conversations with Thomas..
Chandler, William E., drawing money from treasury...
Chew, Robert S., form of commissions..
Clephane, James O., President's speech, August 18, 1866.
Creecy, Charles E., form of commission.
Dear, Joseph A., President's St. Louis speech..
Emory, William H., conversations with President; troops.
Hudson, William N., President's Cleveland speech..
Ferry, Thomas W., demand of War Office..
Jones, J. W., service of Senate resolution...
Karsner, George W., conversations with Thomas..
McDonald, William J., service of Senate resolutions..
McEwen, Daniel C., President's Cleveland speech....
Moore, William G., corrections President's speech, August 18, 1866..
Sheridan, James B., President's speech, August 18, 1866.
Smith, Francis H., President's speech, August 18, 1866.
Stark, Everett D., President's Cleveland speech.
Tinker, Charles A., telegrams.
Van Horn, Burt, demand of War Office..
Walbridge, L. L., President's St. Louis speech
Wallace, George W., conversations with President; troops..
Wood, H., interview with President...
Witnesses for the defence-
Able, Barton, President's St. Louis speech..
Armstrong, William W., President's Cleveland speech.
Clarke, D. W. C., nomination of Mr. Ewing....
Cox, Walter S., test case..
Knapp, George, President's St. Louis speech..
Merrick, Richard T., case of Thomas; habeas corpus..
Thomas, Lorenzo, appointment; acts; conversations
.I-268, 280, 289
.I-460, 498, 517
Yates, Richard, senator from Illinois..
.I—610, 718, 739. II-3, 12, 13, 140, 266, 479
that four of managers and counsel be permitted to make printed, written, or oral arguments, the
of President's declarations to Adjutant General Thomas, February 21, (yeas 42, nays 10)
admissibility of Adjutant General Thomas's declarations to Walter A. Burleigh,
of President's letter to General Grant, without enclosures, (yeas 29, nays 20).
of President's conversation with General Sherman, (yeas 23, nays 28).
in regard to tender of War Office, (yeas 23, nays 29)
.I-276, 298, 390, 489, 490
of Whether General Sherman gave President an opinion as to advisability of a change in the War
of advice by General Sherman to President to appoint, &c., (yeas 18, nays 32)
of Whether President stated to General Sherman his purpose in tendering him the office of Secre-
of President's declaration of purpose to General Sherman in tendering him the office of Secretary
of extracts from records of Navy Department, (yeas 36, nays 15).......