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Speaker appointed Mr. Blair, of Missouri, Mr. McPherson, of Pennsylvania, and Mr. Richardson, of Ite, Mr. Sherman's amendment was agreed to. Mr. McPherson, of Pennsylvania, then moved to amend the xth section, abolishing regimental bands. Mr. McPherson, of Pennsylvania, Mr. Fouke, of Illinois, he regiments. Mr. Holman, of Indiana, and Mr. McPherson, of Pennsylvania, opposed the amendment, aficates. Mr. Richardson, of Illinois, and Mr. McPherson, of Pennsylvania, opposed the amendment, alitary Committee, and it was so referred. Mr. McPherson, of Pennsylvania, from the Committee on Mi taken up and read twice; and on motion of Mr. McPherson, it was amended by adding five new sections on the part of the Senate. On motion of Mr. McPherson, of Pennsylvania, the House insisted on itthe committee of conference, and appointed Mr. McPherson, Mr. Dunn, of Indiana, and Mr. Mallory, ofrt. In the House, on the twenty-eighth, Mr. McPherson, from the committee of conference, made a [3 more...]
d this morning to have reached Raymond last night, advanced at the same time from that direction. Prisoners say it was McPherson's corps (four divisions) which marched from Clinton; I have no certain information of the other; both skirmished very c The enemy encompasses my lines from right to left flank, occupying all roads. He has three corps: Sherman on my left; McPherson, centre; McClernand on my right; Hurlburt's division from Memphis, and Ellett's marine brigade (the last afloat). EnemyAfter some further conversation, he proposed that General Bowen and Captain Montgomery, and two of his officers, Major-Generals McPherson and Smith, should retire for consultation, and suggest such terms as they might think proper for our consideratis morning to have reached Raymond last night, advanced at the same time from that direction. Prisoners say that it was McPherson's corps (four divisions), which marched from Clinton. I have no certain information of the other. Both skirmished ver