unteer force which was adopted by the House. Mr. Blair replied, that the managers on the part of thas, twenty-seven; nays, nine.
In the House, Mr. Blair made the report of the committee of conferennd on the twenty-seventh, it was reported by Mr. Blair, and passed without a division.
It was apprsion.
In the House, on the twenty-ninth, Mr. Blair reported from the Military Committee, in favor the purpose indicated.
Mr. Bingham hoped Mr. Blair would not yield the floor to allow this billnays — yeas, forty-four; nays, eighty-seven. Mr. Blair demanded the previous question upon the billision.
In the House, on the fifth of March, Mr. Blair, from the Military Committee, reported back
The House, on the thirteenth, on motion of Mr. Blair, referred it to the Military Committee, and , and on the twelfth it was reported back by Mr. Blair, with an amendment, in the nature of a substnate.
In the House, on the tenth of June, Mr. Blair, from the Military Committee, to whom the bi