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ecinct, or election district in which he may be liable to enrolment; if not so subject, to the town, township, precinct, or election district in which he may have volunteered ; and it was agreed to — yeas, sixty-four; nays, forty-one. On motion of Mr. Boutwell, it was further amended by adding: That no volunteer or substitute who should be honorably discharged previous to the expiration of the term of his enlistment, should be entitled to his full bounty for the term of his enlistment. Mr. Ingersoll moved to amend, by adding after the word service the words, But in case of his death when in said service, the residue of his bounty shall be paid to his legal representatives ; and in case of his honorable discharge from wounds or sickness incurred in the service, he shall receive the full bounty ; and it was agreed to. Mr. Farnsworth then moved that the bill be laid upon the table, but the motion was lost. Mr. Fenton's amendment as amended was then agreed to. On the twenty-fifth, t