mbers who voted for the appropriation.
Mr. Edwards, in explanation, said that he had voted in .
The paragraph having been read:
Mr. Edwards (addressing Mr. Greeley) said, I wish to in and counted him in favor of the item.
Mr. Edwards. I understand, then, that the gentleman vot
Mr. Greeley called for the proof.
Mr. Edwards said he held himself responsible, not elsewLoud cries of Name them; name them. ]
Mr. Edwards (responding to the repeated invitations whi Mr. Greeley.]
Mr. Greeley (addressing Mr. Edwards). I say, neither of these gentlemen will say so.
Mr. Edwards. I hold myself responsible for the proof.
(Addressing Mr. Hudson). Mr. Huds.] that I ever heard him say anything.
Mr. Edwards rose, and wished to know if any of his fiveng to the intent of the appropriation.
Mr. Edwards. Why, then, did you make the denial in the Previous Question in less than no time.
Monroe Edwards would have admired the dexterity and celer[5 more...]