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r. Breckenridge and Powell, of Kentucky, and Johnson and Polk, of Missouri, voting against it. , falls, and the amendment was rejected. Mr. Johnson, of Tennessee, demanded the yeas and nays ollen from his lips. On the twenty-seventh, Mr. Johnson, of Tennessee, addressed the Senate at lengthe Senate, on the twentieth of July, 1861, Mr. Johnson, of Tennessee, introduced a bill making an blank, wishing to leave it to the Senate. Mr. Johnson, of Tennessee, moved that the blank be filld the amendment was agreed to. On motion of Mr. Johnson, it was amended so as to read: The loyal ci, Foster, Grimes, Hale, Harlan, Harris, Howe, Johnson of Tennessee, King, Lane of Indiana, Lane of ion. Mr. Crisfield withdrew his objection; Mr. Johnson renewed it. Mr. Stevens then moved a suspenthe resolution out of the ordinary course. Mr. Johnson declared that, however proper it might have, Admiral Farragut, Vice-President Hamlin, Andrew Johnson, Vice-President elect, Chief-Justice Chase[4 more...]
p Run valley; Hood's division near Hamilton's Crossing of the railroad; Ransom's division in reserve, near my headquarters. Our batteries were assigned positions along the heights by General Pendleton, Colonel Cabell, Colonel Alexander, and Captain Johnson, (Colonel Walton being absent sick.) Pits were made for the protection of these batteries under the supervision of those officers. A portion of General Pendleton's reserve artillery was assigned to the heights with Major-General McLaws's diinence immediately to the right, Lieutenant-Colonel Walker (Major-General A. P. Hill's chief of artillery) had in position fourteen guns, composed of the batteries of Pegram and McIntosh, with sections from the batteries of Crenshaw, Latham, and Johnson, commanded respectively by Lieutenants Ellett, Potts, and Clutter. On the left of the line, and near the Bernard cabins, were posted twenty-one guns of the batteries of Captains Davidson, Raine, Caskie, and Braxton, all under the immediate dire