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ch the slavery question was introduced. Mr. Brooks (New York), in addressing the committee, sainowledge the independence of the South. Mr. Brooks replied that he never would acknowledge the r for the suppression of the rebellion. Mr. Brooks replied; "God made this country for one peop favor of maintaining the Union by war. Mr. Brooks replied that, as for himself, under no circu During a colloquy with Mr. Wilson (Iowa), Mr. Brooks said that whenever the South refused all proterms consistent with the Constitution. Mr. Brooks--I cannot communicate with anybody South. e gentleman said peace can be restored. Mr. Brooks--Suppose we try. At an early period of the wr had been refused to trust for peace ! Mr. Brooks--It was understood Mr. Stephens was authorizhat was denied by the rebel Government. Mr. Brooks--It was re-affirmed in Mr. Stephens's speech. Mr. Kasson--I did not see it. Mr. Brooks, in conclusion, appealed to New England men eve