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as a new section an amendment proposed by Mr. Collamer, providing that no person drafted on future calls, or who should volunteer to fill the same, should be liable to be again drafted until the existing enrolment should be exhausted. The bill as amended was then passed — yeas, twenty-four; nays, seven. In the House, on the twenty-first of June, Mr. Schenck, from the Military Committee, reported a bill to further regulate and provide for enrolling and calling out the national forces. Mr Randall, of Pennsylvania, objected to its second reading. On the question, should the bill be rejected, the yeas were seventy-five, and the nays were seventy-five; the Speaker voted nay, and the bill was not rejected. Mr. Blaine, of Maine, moved to strike out the two first sections, providing that no payment of money should be accepted by the Government to release any drafted person from the performance of military duty, and that no substitute should be accepted for a drafted person, unless he b
ty-seventh Louisiana volunteers, Colonel Marks; Third Mississippi volunteers, Colonel Mellon; Seventeenth Louisiana volunteers, Colonel Richardson; Fourth Louisiana volunteers, Colonel Allen; Company I, Thirty-seventh Mississippi volunteers, Captain Randall; First Mississippi Light artillery, Colonel Withers; regiment heavy artillery, Colonel Jackson; Eighth Louisiana battalion, Pinckney; First Louisiana battalion, Major Clinch; Twenty-eighth Mississippi cavalry, Colonel Stark; battalion Zouaveed in the left breast by a Minnie ball — died shortly after. In Company A, wounded--private W. B. Moore, seriously; privates A. J. Allen, A. M. Cannon, J. P. Wilson, slightly. Company C, wounded--private W. T. Harbin, slightly. Company D--Captain Randall, slightly wounded; T. J. Lovell, mortally Company E--private William Anderson, mortally wounded, since died. Company G, killed--private J. K. P. Jenkins; wounded, privates H. McCoy and William McBrown, severely; corporals A. T. Hannah and T