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s by the pressure of war, and in his opinion we could not help it. He would rather, if possible, leave the elections of these delegates to the refugees from the unrepresented districts. He would gladly acquiesce in the resolutions, if gentlemen could satisfy his mind that they were constitutional. Mr. Forbes thought that the resolutions had better be referred to the Committee on Privileges and Elections. Their former report gave evidence of a want of more nature consideration. Mr. Anderson, of Botetourt, enlogised the loyal men of the Northwest. Do we intend to encourage those noble friends of Virginia and the South, or will we repel them by our vote? If we refuse to allow them representation here, the impression made upon their minds will be that we have a bandoned them to the enemy. We cannot be governed by ordinary rules at a time like this. He could not find it in his heart to refuse the Northwest representation in the House. Mr. Baskervill said that the House
The Daily Dispatch: January 11, 1862., [Electronic resource], The Burnside expedition — warm work Expected in North Carolina--the weather — cistern water scarce, &c. (search)
[for the Richmond Dispatch.] Interesting News from the Army Colportears. I am receiving almost every day interesting accounts from the colporteurs at work among the soldiers. Mr. M. D. Anderson, of Aquir, Creek and Evansport, writes: "There are many pious soldiers in each regiment, and some who are seeking an interest in the great salvation. One with whom I have had frequent and earnest conversations told me that he had found Christ precious to his soul, and intended to embrace the first opportunity to unite with the people of God. A few days ago I spoke with an old man in the Arkansas regiment, who, with his four sons, is here to defend his country. He wept as we spoke of the great concern, and promised to live a new life. I have sold $80 worth of Testaments and good books during the present month, besides giving away a large number." Mr. J. C. Clopton, Rockbridge Alum Hopital, says: "As I go among the hundreds of sick, I am pained at seeing so much to b