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ch Islands discussed in Congress (strongly opposed by England)......January, 1855 Panama Railroad completed; first train from ocean to ocean......Jan. 28, 1855 Rights of citizenship secured to children of citizens born in foreign territory by an act approved......Feb. 10, 1855 Grade of lieutenant-general by brevet revived by a resolution approved......Feb. 15, 1855 [This rank was immediately conferred upon Maj.-Gen. Winfield Scott.] Right of way granted to Hiram O. Alden and James Eddy for a line of telegraph from the Mississippi River to the Pacific by an act approved......Feb. 17, 1855 Thirty-third Congress adjourns......March 3, 1855 Governor Reeder, of Kansas, removed by President Pierce; Wilson Shannon, of Ohio, appointed in his place......July 28, 1855 William Walker lands in Nicaragua with 160 men......Sept. 3, 1855 Col. Henry L. Kinney made civil and military governor of Greytown, Nicaragua, by citizens......Sept. 12, 1855 Expedition in search of