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s well as the officers and soldiers who participated with him in this conflict, to adopt these resolutions, and adjourn over until to-morrow. I am as anxious as any man to perform the duties devolving upon us here; but I am satisfied that we cannot do so to-day with that degree of composure which is necessary to give force and efficiency to our action. I trust the gentleman will withdraw his objection, and allow the resolution to pass. Mr. Perkins: I withdraw my objection. Mr. McQueen, of South Carolina: I desire to suggest to the gentleman from Texas (Mr. Wilcox) that this battle may have been fought in Mississippi. If so, it would be proper for him to change that part of his resolutions which locates the fight in Tennessee. Mr. Davis, of Mississippi: That battle was fought in Tennessee, very near the Mississippi line. Mr. Moore, of Kentucky: Mr. Speaker, I do not arise for the purpose of detaining the House by any protracted remarks in support of the re