g proceedings took place in the Federal U. S. Senate on the 14th instant. --Lazarus Powell is the Senator from Kentucky, that "Ephraim" of the States.
He ventures tosort of satisfaction he gets:
Arrests in Kentucky.
The resolution of Mr. Powell, (opp.,) of Ky., asking the Secretary of State for the number and names of prconcerning the arrests in Kentucky; which was adopted — yeas 30, nays 7.
Mr. Powell offered an amendment to Mr. Sumner's amendment, which the Chair said was subsally the same as the original resolution; therefore it was not in order.
Mr. Powell appealed from the decision of the Chair.
The decision was sustained — yeas 34 nays 1, (Mr. Powell)
Mr. Powell read a letter concerning an interview of citizens of Kentucky with the Secretary of State, when he refused to give them anyMr. Powell read a letter concerning an interview of citizens of Kentucky with the Secretary of State, when he refused to give them any information, and said he did not care a damn for the opinion of Kentucky, but meant to hold her in the Union, &c.
The resolution "as amended" was adopte