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Mr Blair, of Missouri, Mr. Olin, of New-York, and Mr. Mallory, of Kentucky, managers. In the Senate, on the ed States to capture and return fugitive slaves. Mr. Mallory, of Kentucky, moved to lay it upon the table — yetates; and the amendment was agreed to. You, said Mr. Mallory, of Kentucky, are deciding, by this article of wa national law which stands on your statute-book. Mr. Mallory wished to postpone the bill to the third Wednesdang the floor. Mr. Blair would yield the floor to Mr. Mallory for the purpose indicated. Mr. Bingham hoped Mr. On the twenty-fourth, the debate was resumed by Mr. Mallory, of Kentucky, in opposition to the passage of theppointed Mr. McPherson, Mr. Dunn, of Indiana, and Mr. Mallory, of Kentucky, managers on its part. In the Senk, Mr. Odell, of New-York, Mr. Garfield, of Ohio, Mr. Mallory, of Kentucky, Mr. Blair, of Missouri, Mr. Dawes a amendment. Does the gentleman believe, inquired Mr. Mallory, of Kentucky, that Congress has the constitutiona
d upon them by the enemy, under cover of which his infantry advanced to the attack. They were handsomely repulsed by the Fifty-fifth Virginia regiment, under Colonel Mallory, who was killed while bravely leading his men. General Hill was soon afterwards disabled, and Major-General Stuart, who had been directed by General Jackson teral Jackson was wounded. The enemy then made an attempt to retake their rifle-pits immediately fronting Chancellorsville, but were handsomely driven back by Colonel Mallory, Fifty-fifth Virginia, Heth's brigade. The enemy during this time had concentrated a most terrible fire of artillery on the lead of.Hill's division from thirse movements had not been completed before the enemy opened heavily upon the Fifty-fifth Virginia regiment. It was here that gallant and promising officer, Colonel F. Mallory, was killed. Soon after, General Hill informed me that he was wounded, and directed me to take command of the division. General Lane's brigade, at this ti