The Committee on the Judiciary of the Senate for the Thirty-Ninth Session of Congress
An amendment to the Constitution of the United States that granted citizenship and equal rights, both civil and legal, to African Americans and slaves who had been emancipated by the thirteenth amendment.
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The Committee on the Judiciary of the United States Senate for the First-Session of the Thirty-Ninth Congress convenes
S. 61, S. Res. 9, and S. Res. 10 are referred to the Committee on the Judiciary
The Committee amends S. 61 and reports it back to the Senate as amended; the credentials of John P. Stockton are considered
The committee continues to consider the credentials of John P. Stockton
The committee considers the credentials of John P. Stockton and agrees that he was legally elected; H. Res. 9 is considered and it is agreed that a new resolution will be drafted as a substitute
The Committee on the Judiciary reports their resolution on the contested election of John P. Stockton
S. 61, as amended by the House, is referred to the Committee on the Judiciary and reported back to the Senate