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PRIVATE ACTS OF THE FORTY-FIFTH CONGRESS OF THE UNITED STATES, Passed at the jirst session, which was begun and held at the city of Washington, in the District of Columbia, on Monday, the jifteenth day of October, 1877, and was adjourned without day on Saturday, the jirst day of December, 1877. RUtrHEEEOED B. HAYES, President. WILLIAM A. WHEELER, Vice-President and President of the Senate. SAMUEL J. RANDALL was elected Speaker of the House of Representatives on the hfteeuth day of October, 1877, and continued to act as such until the close of the session. CHAP. 4.-An act to remove the political disabilities of Charles W. Field, of King Nov. 23, 1877. George County, Virginia ·········—··—— Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of America in Congress assembled, { two— thirds of each House concur- Cliqrles\V._Fio1_d. ring therein, ) That the political disabilities imposed upon Charles W. _ _P°hf¤¤¤l<l;¤¥¤b¤l· _ Field, of King George County, Virginia, by the fourteenth amendment m" “""’v°‘ ‘ of the Constitution of the United States, on account of his participation in the rebellion, are hereby removed. Approved, November 23, 18*7 7 . (493)