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The committee sustained the Chair in his decision. Mr. Pryor, of Virginia, moved to strike out the following clause including the engineer corps of the navy, $4,438,577." Mr. Pryor was understood to say that he would sustain the navy so fbedience. Mr. Sherman rose to a point of order. Mr. Pryor said he would conclude in five minutes, and would rigorou of Virginia if the inflammatory speech of his colleague [Mr. Pryor] should pass unnoticed, standing here as he did on terms he Black Republican side of the House. [Sensation.] Mr. Pryor said if the House would extend to his colleague the court. Sherman. I'll not agree to any such understanding. Mr. Pryor appealed to his colleague [Mr. Garnett] to withdraw his objection. Mr. Hindman, of Arkansas, said if Mr. Pryor could have an opportunity to respond, he would have no objection. ainst extremes every where. [Slight applause] The question having been taken, Mr. Pryor's amendment was disagreed to.