Report to accompany bill S. 185 [of] the Committee on Territories

to whom was referred the bill (S. 185), entitled "a bill to provide for the admission of the state of Dakota into the Union, and for the organization of the Territory of Lincoln ...
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Report to accompany bill S. [of] the Committee on Territories: to whom was referred the bill (S. ), entitled "a bill to provide for the admission of the state of Dakota into the Union, and for the organization of the Territory of Lincoln.

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