H.R. 1096 (41st): To admit the State of Mississippi to representation in the Congress of the United States. [Whereas the people of Mississippi have framed and adopted a constitution of State government which is republican; and whereas the legislature of Mississippi elected under said constitution has ratified the fourteenth and fifteenth amendments to the Constitution of the United States; and whereas the performance of these several acts in good faith, is a condition precedent to the representation of the State in Congress: Therefore,]
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