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tee, it was duly reported March 4. therefrom by Mr. II. Wilson; vehemently opposed by Messrs. Garret Davis, of Ky., Carlile, of Va., Saulsbury, of Del., and supported by Messrs. Wilson, of Mass., us manumitted. The bill was so amended as to abolish also tile Black Laws of said District. Mr. G. Davis, of Ky., bitterly opposed the bill ; proposing so to amend it as to send out of the country a and last Republicans; the others very decided Unionists), as well as more unsparingly by Messrs. Garret Davis and Powell, of Ky., Saulsbury, of Del., Carlile, of Va., and others of the Opposition; whtes thirty days after the issue of such proclamation. On this bill being taken up, May 16. Mr. Davis, of Ky., tried to have it so amended that the said slaves, instead of being freed, should be swhich in due time was taken up, April 22. supported by its author, opposed April 24. by Mr. G. Davis, of Ky., who proclaimed his disgust at the continued introduction of the subject of slaves an
ming camp service, or any war service for which they may be found competent. This, and the whole project, were vehemently opposed by Messrs. Saulsbury, of Del., G. Davis, of Ky., Carlile, of Va., and others of the Opposition. Mr. G. Davis endeavored to strike out the words last above quoted; but failed: Yeas, 11; Nays, 27. AfteMr. G. Davis endeavored to strike out the words last above quoted; but failed: Yeas, 11; Nays, 27. After much debate, the Senate decided, by close votes, to free, as a reward for services in the Union armies, the slaves of Rebels only, and not to free the wives and children even of these. In this shape, the bill passed July 15. the Senate: Yeas 28 (including Mr. Rice, of Minn.); Nays 9 (all the Opposition present and voting buter supplies, of any negro, free or slave, in the armed military service of the United States. Which was rejected: Yeas 8; Nays 28: Yeas--Messrs. Carlile, G. Davis, Kennedy, Latham, Nesmith, Powell, Turpie, and Wall (all Democrats). At the next session — the Deficiency bill being before the House--Mr. Harding, of Ky., m
Privates John R Bowles, T Gammand. Company E. "Richmond Zouaves."--Killed: Privates — McElroy, --Clark. Wounded: Lieut. Omohundro; privates J Griffith.--King. Company F, "Fluvanna Hornets;"--Killed; Privates F T Pace, John W Asblar. Wounded: Capt John T Martin; Privates J J Jennings; W E Thomas, Thos W Harlowe; Corp'ls W G McLane, John W Sadler; Privates Collins J Winston, B H Bragg, R S Campbell, A J Wilson. Company G. "Randolph Guards,"--Killed: Sergeants J B Farrar, H W K Davis; Private C C North. Wounded: Serg't P H Pollard; Private Thos North. Company H. "Amelia Minute Men."--Killed. Lt W T Robertson, Sergt J Y Taylor, Corp'l J B Fryser. Private D S Shoemaker. Wounded: Corp'l P L Burton, in both legs, Privates R E Warren; B E Morris, in hip; W W Motley, in foot; Jos Gibbs, in leg; Jas R Holt, slightly, in abdomen. Company I. "Mossingford Rifles."--Killed: Corp'l A T Sullivan, Private E A Carey. Wounded: Sergt J W Thomas, in both arms; Sergt R B Gar
The Daily Dispatch: June 28, 1862., [Electronic resource], Kentucky and the abolition War policy. (search)
nstitutions than all the mad efforts of armed rebels in conflict with the nation. We, therefore, denounce them as traitors, and their proposed legislation as the vilest of treason, and we endorse and applaud the patriotic efforts of our venerable and able Representative from this district, the Hon. C. A. Wickliffe, directed against their malignant and treasonable and revengeful legislation; and we also extend our hearty approbation to the entire Kentucky delegation in Congress, with the Hon. Garret Davis in the Senate, and we here avow that they truly represent the sentiments of the Union men of this State. "4. That the restoration of our glorious Union upon any other principles than those of the Constitution as it is, and the Government as it was, is utterly impossible. A consolidated Government might be formed, with a standing army to sustain it, and ruffian soldiery to execute its edicts, but not a free Government. And with all the energy with which we love our country, it