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the bill from the House, providing a new "Article of War," was taken up. It provides that no officer or soldier shall return fugitives, &c. Mr. Davis (Ky.) offered an amendment that such officers, &c., shall neither detain, harbor or conceal any such fugitive. Disagreed to. Mr. Saulsbury (Del.) offered an amendment that the articles shall not apply to Delaware, Maryland, Missouri, Kentucky, or wherever the Federal authority is recognized Disagreed to — yeas 7; nays 30. Mr. Carille asked, if in case the President should at any time call out the militia to enforce the law for returning fugitive slaves, which constitutional provision would this bill interfere with! Mr. Wilson (Mass.) replied, that that would be for judicial decision. The question of returning slaves was a judicial and not a military one. Mr. Saulsbury offered an amendment so as to prevent officers, &c. from enticing or decoying any person held to labor or service from the service of loyal m