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f habeas corpus at any point on or in the vicinity of any military line between the city of Philadelphia and the city of Washington. Fifthly. He did, on the third day of May last, issue a proclamation calling into the service of the United States, forty-two thousand and thirty-four volunteers, increasing the regular army by the a insert a provision that all free persons of color should receive the same pay as other soldiers — yeas, seventy-three; nays, fifty-four. The Senate, on the third of May, voted to disagree to the House amendments to the amendments of the Senate, and asked a committee of conference. Mr. Fessenden, Mr. Wilson, and Mr. Henderson wbeen referred, reported it back with amendments. The bill and amendments were ordered to be printed, and recommitted with leave to report at any time. On the third of May, Mr. Schenck reported it back with an amendment in the nature of a substitute. The substitute provided: That after the first day of May, 1864, the pay of sold
rehended from an advance in this direction. May 3.--Nothing occurred during the night save the ma charge against the enemy. Sunday morning, May third, at six o clock, the command was ordered fort of May second, about six o'clock A. M., of May third, we advanced with the whole line, one brigadGrimes, Fourth North Carolina, on left. Sunday, May 3d.--The division being, as stated, in the t time before daylight of the morning of the third of May, I moved my command, by direction of Major-sville, Saturday and Sunday, the second and third of May, for its veteran-like behavior at Salem Chuhe service demanded it. On the morning of May third, being the rear division, I established my lt. About six o'clock Sunday morning, the third of May, I received orders to advance, the brigade ting his regiment at the breastworks, on Sunday, third May. Colonel Perrin was one of the captains e during the late battles of the second and third of May, in the vicinity of Chancellorsville. Leav[4 more...]
ninth, to General Rawlins, Chief of Staff, soliciting an investigation. On the twenty-second April, I sent another, requesting permission to publish the first one, for the reasons set forth therein (copy sent herewith). On the second May, I telegraphed Colonel Bowers, Adjutant-General, to ascertain if these had been received, and he answered, they were received, the latter during General Grant's absence. Orders have been sent you (me) to report here, when you can see the General. On May third, I received by telegraph an extract from General Orders No. 78, of May first, assigning me to the command of the Department of the Mississippi I at once proceeded to Washington, and, after a personal interview with General Grant, received, on the sixth of May, an answer to my communications of the ninth and twenty-second April, authorizing my publishing them, and stating the reasons for not granting me the investigation sought. A copy of this letter is herewith sent. Having thus exhaus