ent on with his objections, when Mr.Morton reminded the President that the hour had arrived for going into Committee of the Whole.
The President said the gentleman from Princess Anne was on the floor, and he could not call him down.
Mr.Holladay, of Portsmouth, raised a point of order, but the President could not entertain it.
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