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that when the doors shall be closed for deliberation upon final question, the official reporters shall
Edmunds, George F., a senator from Vermont..
that answer be filed April 1, replication three days thereafter, and the matter stand for trial April 6,
not indefinitely postponed, (yeas 20, nays 27).
tabled, (yeas 28, nays 20)
that the standing order of the Senate, that it will proceed at twelve o'clock noon to-morrow to vote
that the Senate now proceed to vote upon the articles, according to the rules of the Senate offered
-I-24, 85, 86, 208, 211, 277, 336, 390, 451, 519, 534, 537, 566, 597, 680, 741
11-3, 10, 11, 12, 14, 141, 188, 218, 268, 471, 474, 475, 476, 479, 482, 483, 484, 485, 490, 493
that after replication filed, counsel be allowed reasonable time to prepare for trial: offered
on application for thirty days to prepare for trial..
on authority of Chief Justice to decide questions of evidence..
on right of counsel to renew examination of a witness recalled by court..
of Adjutant General Thomas's declarations to Mr. Burleigh, February 21, 1868.
of President's letter to General Grant, unaccompanied with enclosures
of appointment of Edmund Cooper to be Assistant Secretary of the Treasury.
of telegrams relating to the reconstruction of Alabama..
of Chronicle's report of President's speech in reply to Hon. Reverdy Johnson.
of President's declarations to Adjutant Genera! Thomas, February 21
of President's conversations with General Sherman, January 14..
of tender of War Office to General Sherman.
of question Whether General Sherman gave President an opinion, &c.
of affidavit and warrant of arrest of Lorenzo Thomas.
of President's message to Senate, February 24..
of extracts from records of Navy Department.
of employment of counsel by President to get up test case..
of President's declaration to Mr. Perrin.
to Secretary Welles
.I-522, 524, 526
of advice to President by his cabinet touching constitutionality of tenure-of-office act
of cabinet consultations in regard to obtaining a judicial decision, &c.
of papers in Mr. Blodgett's case..
final, on the case
remarks announcing illness of Mr. Stanbery
on order in regard to limiting argument on final question...
on application for adjournment..
I-722, 723, 724, 725
.I-497, 534. II-7,9
Evidence, question, Whether objections to, should be decided by Chief Justice, or, in first instance, sub-
presiding officer may rule all questions of, which ruling shall stand as the judgment of the Senate,
declarations of Adjutant General Thomas, February 21, as to the means by which he intended to
declarations of Adjutant General Thomas to clerks of War Department, antecedent to his appoint-
letter of President to General Grant, February 10, 1868, unaccompanied by other letters referred
objection not sustained: (yeas 20, nays 29).
appointment of Edmund Cooper, private secretary of President, as Assistant Secretary of
not received; (yeas 22, nays 27).
I-258, 263, 264
telegrams between President and Lewis E. Parsons, January 17, 1867, in relation to constitutional
.I-270, 271, 272, 273, 275, 276
admitted; (yeas 27, nays 17)
Chronicle's report of President's speech, August 18, 1866, in reply to Hon. Reverdy Johnson:
I-286, 288, 289
Leader's report of President's speech at Cleveland, September 3, 1866: (objected to by Mr. Evarts).I—322
admitted; (yeas 35, nays 11)..
.I-322, 323, 324
declarations of President to Adjutant General Thomas, February 21, 1868, after order for removal
declarations of President to Adjutant General Thomas prior to 9th March, in respect to use of force
conversations between President and Lieutenant General Sherman, January 14, 1868, in regard to
.I—462, 463, 465, 468, 469, 470, 471, 472, 473, 475, 479
question in regard to creation of department of the Atlantic; (objected to by Manager Butler)....I-481
tender to General Sherman of appointment as Secretary of War ad interim; (objected to by Man-
question, Whether at the first offer of War Office to General Sherman anything further passed in
not admitted, (yeas 23, nays 29)
"President's declaration of purpose of getting Mr. Stanton's right to office before the courts; (objected
not admitted, (yeas 7, nays 44)
not admitted, (yeas 25, nays 27)..
President's declaration of purpose in tendering General Sherman the appointment of Secretary of
Evidence, admissibility of-Continued.
President's declarations to General Sherman in reference to use of threats or force to get possession
question, Whether General Sherman gave President an opinion as to advisability of a change in the
not admitted, (yeas 15, nays 35)..
affidavit of Edwin M. Stanton and warrant of arrest of Lorenzo Thomas: (objected to by Manager
advice to President to appoint some person in place of Mr. Stanton: (objected to by Manager Butler)...I-507
question, Whether President stated to General Sherman his purpose in tendering him the office of
President's declaration of purpose in tendering General Sherman the office of Secretary of War ad
admitted; (yeas 26, nays 25).
message of President to Senate, February 24, 1868, in response to Senate resolution of February 21,
extracts from records of Navy Department, exhibiting practice in respect to removals: (objected to
employment of counsel by President to raise question of Mr. Stanton's right to hold the office of
acts toward getting out habeas orpus in the case of Lorenzo Thomas: (objected to by Manager Butler) I—608
acts, after failure to obtain habeas corpus, in pursuance of President's instructions to test the right of
admitted; (yeds 27, nays 23)..
declarations of President to Mr. Perrin, February 21, 1868, in reference to removal of Mr. Stanton,
President's declarations to Secretary Welles, February 21, in relation to removal of Mr. Stanton:
advice to President by cabinet touching constitutionality of tenure-of-office act: (objected to by
I-668, 672, 673
.I-676, 677, 678
advice to President by cabinet in regard to construction of tenure-of-office act, and its application to
cabinet consultations in regard to obtaining a judicial decision on constitutionality of tenure-of-office
Evidence, admissibility of-Continued.
question, Whether any suggestions were made in cabinet looking to the vacation of any office by
opinions given to President by cabinet on question, Whether the Secretaries appointed by President
answer of Foster Blodgett to Postmaster General's notice of his suspension from the office of post-
I-722, 723, 724, 725
nominations of Lieutenant General Sherman, February 13, 1868, and of Major General George H.
Evidence, documentary, for the prosecution-
copy of oath of Andrew Johnson, President of the United States, April 15, 1865, with accompanying
copy of President Lincoln's message to Senate, January 13, 1862, nominating Edwin M. Stanton to be
copy of Senate resolution in executive session, January 15, 1862, consenting to appointment of Edwin
copy of Senate resolution, January 13, 1868, in response to message of President announcing suspen-
order of President, February 13, 1868, that Brevet Major General Thomas resume duties as Adjutant
Special Orders No. 426, August 27, 1867, assigning General Emory to command of department of
copy of President's letter of authority to Lorenzo Thomas, February 21, 1868, to act as Secretary of
letter of General Grant, January 24, 1868, requesting to have in writing order given him verbally by
letter of President to General Grant, February 10, 1868, in regard to his having vacated the office of
copy of President's letter of authority to Lorenzo Thomas to act as Secretary of War ad interim...I-248
at Cleveland, September 3, 1866, by D. C. McEwen.
report of President's speech, August 18, 1866, revised by William G. Moore, his secretary.
report of President's speech, August 18, 1866, in reply to Hon. Reverdy Johnson, as sworn to by
copy of order of General of army to General Thomas to resume duties as Adjutant General........I-256
at Cleveland, September 3, 1866, in Cleveland Herald..
correspondence between President John Adams and Timothy Pickering, May 1800, relating to re-
at St. Louis, September 8, 1866, in Missouri Democrat..
copy of President John Adams's message, May 12, 1800, nominating John Marshall to be Secretary_
copy of President Tyler's order, February 29, 1844, appointing John Nelson, Attorney General, to
copy of Senate resolution, March 6, 1844, confirming nomination of John C. Calhoun as Secretary of
Evidence, documentary, for the prosecution-Continued.
copy of letter from Adjutant General Thomas to President, February 21, 1868, reporting delivery of
Evidence, documentary, for the defence-
affidavit of Edwin M. Stanton, and warrant of arrest of Lorenzo Thomas, February 22, 1868.
copy of Senate proceedings, May 13, 1800, on nomination of John Marshall to be Secretary of State,
copy of President Fillmore's order, July 23, 1850, designating Winfield Scott to act as Secretary of
copy of Senate resolution, August 15, 1850, confirming nomination of Charles M. Conrad as Secretary
copy of President Buchanan's order, January 10, 1861, appointing Moses Kelley to be Acting Secretary
copy of President Lincoln's commission, March 5, 1861, to Caleb B. Smith as Secretary of Interior ..I-559
extracts from records of Navy Department exhibiting practice in respect to removals.
message of President Buchanan, January 15, 1861, in answer to Senate resolution respecting vacancy
copy of President Adams's commission to George Washington, July 4, 1798, constituting him Lieutenant
list of persons who discharged duties of cabinet officers, whether by appointment made in recess and
list of consular officers appointed during session of Senate where vacancies existed when appointments
tables from Department of Interior, showing removals of officers, date, name, office, and whether
form of navy agent's commission
official action of Post Office Department in removal of Foster Blodgett
Journal of first Congress, 1774-'75, exhibiting report of committee to draft commission to General
letter of James Guthrie, Secretary of Treasury, August 23, 1855, as to practice of government in
list of the various officers in United States affected by President's claim of right to remove at pleasure
that the hour of meeting be at 11 a. m., and that there be a recess of thirty minutes each day at 2
remarks on the competency of the President pro tempore to sit as a member of the court..III-366, 367, 334, 401
that as many of managers and counsel as shall choose be permitted to speak on final argument,
remarks on the competency of the President pro tempore to sit as a member of the court.......III-380, 385