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hanan.--Davis was a member of the 32d, 33d, 35th and 36th Congresses, and the predecessor of the member from the Terre Hanto district (Mr Voorhees.) Both were his constituents and leading lights in the Democratic party. Mr Voorhees, (opp,) of Ind, replied: What the gentleman from Ohio (Mr Garfield) had produced were not original letters, but only what purported to be copies. He would say to Mr Garfield that Mr Davis is one of the most distinguished men in Indiana, and perhaps at this time is dying on a bed of sickness. There was nothing traitorous about him. He (Mr Voorhees) might pronounce those letters false and spurious. A Washington telegram says: A dispatch from ex-Congressman Davis, of Ind, was read in the House on Saturday, denying the authenticity of the letter which he is charged by Mr Garfield with having written, recommending a young man to John C. Breckinridge, for employment in the rebel ranks, will no doubt lead to considerable discussion. Mr Garfield