of Massachusetts, Mr. Grimes, of Iowa, and Mr. Henderson, of Missouri, managers.
In the House, on was lost — yeas, nine; nays, twenty-seven. Mr. Henderson, of Missouri, moved so to amend the bill aellion — yeas, thirteen; nays, twenty-two. Mr. Henderson then moved to so amend the amendment as tod comfort.
The amendment was supported by Mr. Henderson, and agreed to — yeas, twenty-one; nays, s.
After debate by Mr. Wright, of Indiana, Mr. Henderson, of Missouri, and Mr. Powell, of Kentucky,le, Fessenden, Foot, Foster, Harlan, Harris, Henderson, Johnson, King, Lane of Indiana, Latham, Mor to all of them: Fight, pay, or emigrate.
Mr. Henderson, of Missouri, would excuse nobody.
Mr. Ha Wilson, Mr. Lane, Mr. Grimes, Mr. Powell, Mr. Henderson, Mr. Hendricks, and Mr. Johnson, and opposconference. Mr. Fessenden, Mr. Wilson, and Mr. Henderson were appointed managers on the part of theward, Mr. Wilson, Mr. Trumbull, Mr. Cowan, Mr. Henderson, and Mr. Grimes participated, the proviso
r without a guard, not having men to spare for that purpose.
One section of my battery alone was able to get into position, and did some service.
The enemy had no artillery in our front, and we took no pieces.
The field was not such as to render artillery useful.
In addition to the officers above-named who, being wounded, remained on the field, I will add the name of First Lieutentant A. H. Harrell, Company H, Twenty-ninth Georgia regiment.
About one o'clock Sunday afternoon, private Thomas Henderson, Company A, Fourth Louisiana battalion, was captured by the enemy — he being in advance of his battalion — but, when the route of the enemy commenced, made his escape from his guard, and, seizing a rifle, on his return to our lines captured and brought in six of the enemy as prisoners, delivering them to the guard of Brigadier-General Bate.
I am, Captain, very respectfully,
Your obedient servant, C. C. Wilson, Colonel, commanding Brigade.
Report of Col. A. J. Vaughan, com