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9. In Senate of the United States, April 25, 1836, read, and ordered to be printed: Mr. Davis made the following report, with Senate bill No. 232 : the Committee on Commerce have considered the resolutions of Tennessee, Illinois, and Indiana, and sundry petitions, praying for the erection of marine hospitals on the Western waters, and now report as follows

12. Plain concise practical remarks, on the treatment of wounds and fractures: to which is added, an appendix, on camp and military hospitals ; principally designed, for the use of young military and naval surgeons, in North-America

15. Plain concise practical remarks on the treatment of wounds and fractures: to which is added, a short appendix on camp and military hospitals ; principally designed for the use of young military surgeons, in North-America

22. Report of the Secretary of the Treasury: communicating, in answer to a resolution of the Senate, the report of Dr. George B. Loring and Dr. T.O. Edwards, who were appointed to collect facts and information in relation to marine hospitals and the marine hospital fund

28. The committee appointed on the 29th inst., to visit the military general hospitals in and around Washington, and to ascertain their condition and the wants of the sick and wounded volunteers, beg to report, that they have visited the following hospitals

29. Marine hospitals: letter from the Secretary of the Treasury, in answer to a resolution of the last Congress, relative to the establishment of Marine Hospitals at Buffalo, Oswego, Galveston, Detroit, Wilmington, North Carolina; Newport, Rhode Island; Erie, Pennsylvania, and Apalachicola

31. Message from the President of the United States, accompanying a report of the Secretary of the Treasury to him: and two statements marked A and B, on the subject of marine hospitals : also, sundry documents respecting the situation of seamen and boatmen of the United States, frequenting the port of New-Orleans : 24th February, 1802 : read, and referred to the Committee of Commerce and Manufactures

58. H.R. 1618: [Report no. 3234] : in the House of Representatives : January 5, 1886 : read twice, referred to the Committee on Public Buildings and Grounds, and ordered to be printed : July 17, 1886 : reported with amendments, committed to the Committee of the Whole House on the state of the Union, and ordered to be printed : omit the parts struck through and insert teh part printed in italics : Mr. James introduced the following bill: A bill to establish a marine hospital at the port of New York

68. Brooke bluebonnet broadcast

69. The World's Industrial and Cotton Centennial Exposition, New Orleans, La., 1884-85: Medical Department, United States Army, exhibit

72. Message from the President of the United States, transmitting a letter from the secretary of state of the State of Pennsylvania: also a letter from the Secretary of War, in relation to the Marine Hospital at Erie, Pa

99. Reconditioning Conference on the Convalescent Hospital Reconditioning Program: 3-4 January 1945, School for Personnel Services, Lexington, VA