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s with the Indian tribes within the borders. Mr. Howe's amendment to Mr. King's amendment was agreeen, Foot, Foster, Grimes, Hale, Harlan, Harris, Howe, Johnson of Tennessee, King, Lane of Indiana, Lwas agreed to — yeas, twenty-nine; nays, ten. Mr. Howe moved to strike out the ninth section making ved the indefinite postponement of the bill. Mr. Howe took the floor, and the bill went over, and wdrafted. The debate was further continued by Mr. Howe, Mr. Wilson, Mr. Grimes, Mr. Fessenden, Mr. Jrman's amendment as amended was agreed to. Mr. Howe moved to amend by adding a new section providre appointed managers. On the tenth of June, Mr. Howe reported: That the House recede from their dinder this provision. After debate, in which Mr. Howe, Mr. Sumner, Mr. Conness, Mr. Johnson, Mr. Wir. Richardson, Mr. Howard, Mr. McDougall, and Mr. Howe, and supported by Mr. Brown, and Mr. Lane, ofe. The motion was agreed to, and Mr. Harris, Mr. Howe, and Mr. Willey were appointed managers. The[18 more...]
holds on. Infantry of enemy in woods in front of extreme left, also in front of Howe. No loss so far of great importance. General Vinton badly but not dangerously ps were moving down the river on this side during the latter part of the night. Howe's pickets reported movements in their front, same direction. Still they have a r line. They seem to have detached a portion of their force to our front, where Howe and Brooks are now engaged. Brooks has some prisoners, and is down to the railron's and Sickles's divisions also aided in that movement, while the divisions of Howe and Brooks also engaged the enemy during the day. However easy of explanation itr line. They seem to have detached a portion of their force to our front, where Howe and Brooks are now engaged. Brooks has some prisoners, and is down to the railrnerally of the troops is good. Keeping in mind the fact that the divisions of Howe and Brooks, which General Hardie reported to General Burnside were then actually
such relief as it is in the power of a grateful people to bestow. Respectfully submitted, Frank E. Howe, Superintendent. Treasurer's Report. The concise and admirable report of our Superinary point of view from the location of several military agencies at its rooms, represented by Colonel Howe, through whom many expenditures have been met in his capacity of Military Agent, which otherw at 57 Broadway, Room No. 12; Hon. Wm. M. Evarts, President, in the chair. On motion of Colonel F. E. Howe, Colonel J. H. Almy was appointed secretary pro tern. Members present--Wm. M. Evarts, Sompson, D. D., R. B. Lockwood, Colonel J. H. Almy. The reports of the superintendent, Colonel Frank E. Howe, and treasurer, M. W. Cooper, were presented, after which remarks were made by General Pledgments and high appreciation of this association are due, and are hereby tendered, to Colonel Frank E. Howe, for his patriotic and humane devotion to the interests of the soldiers, who, disabled a