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the debate was brought to a close, and the following joint resolution adopted — that portion relating to Slavery having been added in Committee, on motion of Mr. Milton Brown (Whig), of Tennessee: Resolved, by the Senate and House of Representatives in Congress assembled, That Congress doth consent that the territory properly ormed out of said territory north of said Missouri Compromise line, Slavery or involuntary servitude (except for crime) shall be prohibited. The amendment of Mr. Brown was adopted by Yeas 118 to Nays 101--the Yeas consisting of 114 Democrats and 4 Southern Whigs (as yes)--Milton Brown, of Tennessee; James Dellet, of Alabama; DuMilton Brown, of Tennessee; James Dellet, of Alabama; Duncan L. Clinch and Alexander Stephens, of Georgia. The Nays were 78 Whigs and 23 Democrats (from Free States), among them, Hannibal Hamlin, John P. Hale, Preston King, George Rathbun, and Jacob Brinckerhoff — since known as Republicans. The joint resolve, as thus amended, passed the House by Yeas 120 to Nays 98--the division bei
rd left Nashville on the 15th, and as there was no train from Decatur that afternoon, resumed his journey next morning with the opportunity—which he desired—of observing the character of the country. At Corinth, on the morning of the 17th, Judge Milton Brown, President of the Mobile and Ohio Railroad, arrived with a special train to take him to Columbus; but he felt so extremely unwell that he was compelled to stop at Jackson on the same day. There he became the guest of Judge Brown, from whoseJudge Brown, from whose family he received the kindest attentions during his illness. On his arrival at Corinth on the 16th, he found waiting for him two telegrams from Nashville—one from General Johnston, another from Colonel Mackall—informing him of the fall of Fort Donelson at 2 o'clock A. M. on that day. The fort had surrendered, and the whole army was lost, except half of Floyd's brigade, which had crossed the river; and the head of General Johnston's columns was about reaching Nashville. On the 6th of F
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 15. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), Paroles of the Army of Northern Virginia. (search)
A. A. D C. V. P. Sisson, 1st Lt. and Ord. Officer. John W. Sutlive, Capt. and A. Q. M. A. L. C. Tennille, Capt. and A. C. S. J. Guthrie, Maj. and Q. M. Jack Brown, Col. 59th Ga. Regiment. Bolivar H. Gee, Lt.-Col. 59th Ga. Regiment. Milton T. Bass, Adj't 59th Ga. Regiment. John R. Latimer, Capt. Co. I, 59th Ga. Regiment. John A. Simmons, 2nd Lieut. Co. I, 59th Ga. Regiment. James M. Rouse, Capt. Co. F, 59th Ga. Regiment. G. W. Sparks, Capt. Co. B, 59th Ga. Regiment. Milton Brown, Capt. Co. G, 59th Ga. Regiment. W. H. Bean, 2d Lt. Co. G, 59th Ga. Regiment. W. H. Waldron, 2d Lt. Co. K, 59th Ga. Regiment. P. G. Busbee, 1st Lt. Co. K, 59th Ga. Regiment. Henry C. Gates, 2d Lt. Co. K, 59th Ga. Regiment. James R. S. White, 2d Lt. Co. C, 59th Ga. Regiment. Sylvester S. Radney, 2d Lt. Co. H, 59th Ga. Regiment. S. H. B. Massey, 2d Lt. Co. D, 59th Ga. Regiment. John R. Towers, Col. 8th Regiment Ga. Vols. Jno. F. Jackson, Surg. 8th Regiment Ga. Vols.