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States, 839; the county and municipal debts in eleven States, 889; valuation of property in them, 539; returns from other States, 839; the agricultural season of 1879, 889; returns of the different crops, 839.
Varroy, Henri A.-French Cabinet Minister, biographical notice, 386.
Vermont.-The State officers, 840; finance statement, 840; growth of the population during eighty years, 840; the effect of through freight-rates from the West on Vermont agricultural interests, 840; relative cost and returns of agriculture in Vermont and in the West, 840, 841; possibilities of sorghum-sugar production, 841; Grangers' protest against railroad monopolies, 841; a famous law case, 842; an election case, 842.
Virginia.-Opposition to the adopted refunding bill, 842; provisions of the bill, 842; platform of the Readjustment party, 843; the amount funded under the act, 848; the revenue, 843; statement of the debt, 843; the Governor's message upon the advantage of the funding law, $44; election of a majority of Readjusters, 844; Colored Convention, 844; convict-labor and prison statistics, 844; educational statistics, 844; the law against miscegenation tested, 845; a judge's answer on the colored juror question, 845,
VOORHEES, D. W.-Senator from Indiana, 198, 249; on the army appropriation bill in extra session, 263, 264.
WADDINGTON.-President of the French Cabinet, 886; his Ministry resigns, 394.
WHYTE, W. P.-Senator from Maryland, 198, 249; on resolutions for inquiry into recent elections, 206.
WILLIS, A. S.-Representative from Kentucky, 198, 250; committee report on restricting Chinese immigration, 219, 220. Wisconsin-Meeting of the Legislature, 848; tramp law, 848; revised-assessment act, 848; food-adulteration act, 849; receipts and expenditures, S48; the debt, 849; local indebtedness, 849; tax-valuation, 849; taxes, 849; estimates for 1880, 849; school statistics, 849; prison statistics, 849, 850; State institutions, 850; railroads, 850; the public lands, 850; National nominations and platform, 850, 851; Republican nominations and platform, 851; Democratic nominations and platform, 851, 852; results of the election, 852.
WITHERS, ROBERT E.-Senator from Virginia, 198, 249; on the army bill in extra session, 262, 268. Wool.-European supply and manufactures, 172, 178; exports from California, 118.
Yeas and Nays.-In the Senate, on amendments to resolutions to investigate the freedom of the late elections, 202, 204, 206; on resolutions as amended, 207; on the bill to regulate the counting of the Presidential vote, 218; on the bill to restrict Chinese immigration, 223, 224; on the army appropriation bill, 230; on amendments to the judicial appropriation bill, 248, 244; on a motion to withdraw its amendments, 249; in extra session, on the army appropriation bill, 265; on the bill to prevent military interference at elections, 271, 272; on the judicial appropriation bill, 289; on the substitute appropriation bill, 294.
War Levy.-The Southern States not liable, 429, 835. Wars.-British war in Afghanistan, 8-14; Zooloo war, 15, In the House, on the bill to restrict Chinese immigration, 121-129.
West Virginia.-State officers and strength of parties in the Legislature, 845; law obliging lawyers to account for trust-moneys, 845; law against adulterated fertilizers, 845; usury law, 845; laborers' lien act, 846; opposition to normal schools, 845, 846; proposed constitutional amendment to reform the judiciary, 846; report on illegal freight-charges, 846; industrial and commercial condition of the State, 846; railroad extension, 846; account of the Wetzel County disorders, 846, 847; decision regarding the estates of married women, 847; case relating to the ferry privilege at Harper's Ferry, 847; case of the colored convict Strander, 847.
WHITTHORNE, W. C.-Representative from Tennessee, 198, 251; on the judicial appropriation bill, 238, 289. WHITTINGHAM, WILLIAM ROLLINSON.-Episcopalian Bishop, 847; biographical sketch, 847, 848.
222; on the Fresident's veto of the same, 226; on amendments to the judicial appropriation bill, 242; on the bill, 242; on the army appropriation bill in extra session, 259, 260; on the same after the President's veto, 268. on the bill to prevent military interference at elections, 269, 270; on the same after the President's veto, 278, 274; on the judicial appropriation bill in extra session, 278; on the same after the President's veto, 291; on the substitute appropriation bill, 293, 294.
ZIEMIALKOWSKI, Dr.-Austrian Cabinet Minister, 60. Zooloos.-Their ethnological character, 852; their country, 852; origin and development of the Zooloo nation, 852, 853; its military system, 853; events of Chaka's reign, 853; Panda's reign, 853; Cetywayo, 853.
END OF VOLUME XIX.