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In the House, on the eighth of March, 1864, Mr. Schenck, from the Committee on Military Affairs, reitted to the Committee. On the fourteenth, Mr. Schenck from the Military Committee, reported it ba In the House, on the fifteenth of January, Mr. Schenck, from the Committee on Military Affairs, tored — yeas, seventy-eight; nays, fifty-six. Mr. Schenck briefly explained the amendment adopted in he House, on the twenty-ninth, on motion of Mr. Schenck, disagreed to the amendments of the Senate, In the House, on the twenty-first of June, Mr. Schenck, from the Military Committee, reported a biuse resumed the consideration of the bill. Mr. Schenck demanded the yeas and nays on his amendment the first of July, the House, on motion of Mr. Schenck, resumed the consideration of the bill. Am House, on the fifteenth of December, 1864, Mr. Schenck, of Ohio, reported from the Committee on Mionsider the resolution and the amendments. Mr. Schenck explained the proposed amendments. The Sen[38 more...]
Doc. 64.-the affair at Vienna, Va. General Schenck's statement. In a debate in the House of Representatives, at Washington, in April, 1864, Mr. Voorhees alluded to the affair at Vienna, which took place in June, 1861, which called forth the following from General Schenck: The gentleman's allusion to the achievement at Vienna, he now refuses to explain with that ingenious boldness with which he usually expresses himself upon all subjects. It is all idle to pretend that it was nGeneral Schenck: The gentleman's allusion to the achievement at Vienna, he now refuses to explain with that ingenious boldness with which he usually expresses himself upon all subjects. It is all idle to pretend that it was not intended as a sneer and a slur. The same attack on.me was ventured by one or two other members of this House, but not here; and this is the first time that anybody has ever done it in my presence, or where there was an opportunity to reply or correct. I wish now, once for all, to speak of this matter myself; and the House will excuse the egotism which the circumstances force upon me. Early in the war, in June, 1861, happening to be the first Brigadier-General of volunteers ordered acr