ce on the disagreeing votes of the two Houses.
In the Senate, Mr. Trumbull made a report, which was concurred in. Mr. Trumbull then moved that the Senate disagree to the House amendment to the Senate amendment striking out the section relative to the land grant railroads, and ask a further conference.
The motion was agreed to, and Mr. Harris, Mr. Howe, and Mr. Willey were appointed managers.
The House agreed to a further conference, and the Speaker appointed Mr. Thayer, of Pennsylvania, Mr. Morris, of Ohio, and Mr. Kernan, of New-York, managers.
Mr. Thayer reported to the House that the committee of conference could not agree, and he moved that the House agree to the amendment of the Senate, striking out the proviso relating to land grant railroads, with an amendment referring the matter to the Supreme Court for adjudication.
Mr. Morrill, of Vermont, moved that the House recede from its disagreement to the amendment of the Senate, and it was agreed to — yeas, sixty-three; nays,