The question was taken on Mr. Doolittle's amendment to the amendment, and it was adopted — yeas 33, nays 16.
In answering to his name, Mr. Powell, of Ky., said he should vote for the amendment, out would vote against the bill.
When Mr. Saulsbury's name was called, he said he should vote on no such measure.
The following is the vote on Mr. Doolittle's amendment:
Yeas--Messrs Anthony, Browning Chandler, Clark, Collamer, Cowin, Davis. Dixon, Doolittle, Foot, Harian, Harris, Howard, Howe, Lane of ind., Lane of Kansas, Latham, Powell, Sherman, Tea Eyck, Trumbult, Wade, Wright--23.
Nays--Messrs, Bayard, Carille, Fessenden, Hale, Grimes, Henderson, Kennedy.
King, McDougal, Morrill, Stark, Sumner, Wilkinson, Wilmot, Wilson of Mass, Wilson of Mo--16.
Not voting or absent, Messrs Foster, Johnson, Nesmith, Pearce, Simmons, Rice, Saulsbury, Thompson, and Willey.
The amendment then stood as follows:
"And be it further enacted, That the sum of $00,000, out
Killed — Cor Jos. Rhea
Wounded — A N Corcut, shoulder, knee, hand and foot; Sam Buchanan, both legs; Ar Ried, body; T J Roe, head; Isaac Thomas, abdomen
Missing — W A Hand, W J Harris.
Co. I, commanded by Captain R E Cowan--37 men in action.
Killed — W A Kilgore, M Miller, Ellas Ray
Wounded--Captain Cowan, body, severely;* Lieutenant C H Preston, slightly; Thomas Short, head; James Short, do; Charles Short, do; Mala Spinna, arm; George Cowan, hip; William H Howard, severely, left on field.
Missing — S B Hurt, Mat Lee, M Fletcher, C W Johnson, and W Barton.
Co K, commanded by Captain James Vance--46 men in action
Killed — James King.
Wounded--Captain Vance, in hip, and taken prisoner in ambulance; Samuel G Keller, in arm; W A Aven, shoulder and wrist.
Missing — C F Kaller, A B Kaller, B G Cole, D C Carmack, F McCaulley, J J Fields, S D Lowry, Thos Cronan, Jas Driskell.
John G Brian, J Donahoo, Lon Davis, A J Scott, L S