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te, on the twenty-eighth of January, 1863, Mr. Wilson, of Massachusetts, introduced a bill for the encouragement of reenlistments, and for the enrolling and drafting the militia, which was referred to the Committee on Military Affairs. On the thirty-first, Mr. Wilson reported it back, with an amendment as a substitute. On the fourth and fifth of February, the bill was debated by Mr. Wilson, Mr. Sherman, Mr. Richardson, Mr. Trumbull, Mr. Carlisle, Mr. Bayard, Mr. Collamer, Mr. Howard, Mr. Davishe twenty-ninth, on motion of Mr. Schenck, disagreed to the amendments of the Senate, asked a committee of conference, and the Speaker appointed Mr. Garfield, Mr. Odell, and Mr. Smithers managers on the part of the House. The Senate, on the thirty-first, insisted on its amendments, agreed to a committee of conference, and appointed Mr. Wilson, Mr. Foster, and Mr. Riddle, of Delaware, conferees. In the Senate, on the sixth of April, Mr. Wilson, from the committee, reported that the Ho
ession of the White Oak Road, you are to do so, notwithstanding the orders to suspend operations. Comparison of the preceding dispatches with the following extract relating to the same subject, taken from Lieutenant-General Grant's report to the Secretary of War, dated July 22, 1865, published with the annual documents, shows that Lieutenant-General Grant must have been misinformed in relation to the reports made by me, and the orders I received. [extract.] On the morning of the 31st, General Warren reported favorably to getting possession of the White Oak Road, and was directed to do so. To accomplish this, he moved with one division instead of his whole corps. It is seen that the operations proposed by me and ordered, were as General Meade describes, of the nature of a reconnoissance only, the result of which was to determine what should be done. Special arrangement would have to be made with General Humphreys, if Griffin's division had to be moved up to the point
each what would be required of them on the thirty-first. At about six and half o'clock on the thau was ordered to move by six A. M.. on the thirty-first, to a position in rear of Negley. This posals Wood and Van Cleve being wounded on the thirty-first, their commands devolved, of course, on othtwo noble divisions. On the night of the thirty-first, with the consent of the General commandingnia cavalry. At half-past 9 o'clock on the thirty-first, I received an order from the General commads. At two o'clock on the morning of the thirty-first, General Sill, who had command of my right he battle of Murfreesboro, begun on the thirty-first ultimo, and ended on the third instant: Earng the night. The rain on the night of the thirty-first, which continued at intervals until the Sate of Murfreesboro. On the morning of the thirty-first, six companies of the Second Kentucky caval thrilling as those of the battle of the thirty-first ult., made from personal observations amid th[8 more...]