y any Court of United States, and the Court or Judge on said writ shall commit for trial for the person so holding the said and on conviction of seizing or holding the said freedman, knowing him to have been declared free by a Court of the United States, the person to convicted shall be sentenced to be confined in the Penitentiary for not less than one nor more than five years, and any one swearing falsely in any proceeding this act shall be guilty of perjury, and noble conviction, to the penalties thereof.
substitute was rejected--16 to
The House are on the hill was exactly as it was reported from the select committee.
The was rejected--
The House pleased the Senate bill for the relief of Robert Smith and others, (colored,) and in delivering the rebel steamer Planner from the port of Charleston to our fleets
Those in the negative were, Messrs. Calvert, Donlap, Pierced, Johnson, Kerrigant Norton, Shiel, Vallandigham and
The House then adjourned.