Thomas C. McRae
R[obert] U[nderwood] Johnson
FIFTY-THIRD CONGRESS.THOMAS C. MCRAE, Ark., Chairman.Darius D. Hare, Ohio. John Davia, Kans.Thomas F. Magner, N. Y. John F. Lacey, Iowa.George F. Kribbs, Pa. Irving P. Wanger, Pa.Osee M. Hall, Minn. John W. Moon, Mich.William T. Crawford, N. C. George D. Meiklejohn, Nebr.Walter Greaham, Tex. William R. Ellis, Oregon,Peter J. Somen, Wis. Marcus A. Smith, Ariz.Asbury C. Latimer, S.C.Samuel T. white, Clerk.E.B. Hursey, Messenger.Committee on the Public Lands,House of Representatives U. S.,Washington, D. C.,--,[illegible]cannot be of much value in measuring the importance of the bill, as we were limited to only one hour on each of those days. I did not expect the opposition that was provoked, and really thought there would be no serious objection to it. It is not likely that the bill will be called up again until the regular session.Very respectfully yours,[illegible]06399
Washington, D. C.
1893 Nov 1
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