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Rebellion Record: a Diary of American Events: Documents and Narratives, Volume 10. (ed. Frank Moore) 19 1 Browse Search
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the Military Committee. On the eighth of January, 1864, Mr. Sprague, of Rhode Island, from the Military Committee, reported ee of conference, and appointed Mr. Morgan, of New-York, Mr. Sprague, of Rhode Island, and Mr. Powell, of Kentucky, managers.exceeding four at any one time. On the twenty-fourth, Mr. Sprague, from the Committee on Military Affairs, to whom the bil and on his motion, the Senate proceeded to consider it. Mr. Sprague moved to amend the third section, so that two thirds of olunteer paymasters, and the amendment was agreed to. On Mr. Sprague's motion, it was further amended, so that the provisionsassed over and not again taken up. It was twice moved by Mr. Sprague as an amendment, but failed. No. Lxxxvii.--The Bill tme grade or rank in the volunteer service, and no more. Mr. Sprague moved to amend it by adding an amendment in seven sectioe settlement of clothing accounts; and it was agreed to. Mr. Sprague moved to amend the bill by adding six new sections organ
occasion, as on all others, whether in the office or in the active performance of the duties of his department, has ever shown himself zealous and competent. Major Thompson, immediately after the retreat into Vicksburg, was, in company with Major Sprague, dispatched to communicate in person with General Johnston. Major R. W. Memminger, A. A. G., and Chief of Staff, and Major W. H. McArdle, A. A. G., have for many months been in the constant performance of their arduous and responsible duties L. M. Montgomery, being unable to reach the Trans-Mississippi Department, to which he had been assigned, tendered his services as volunteer A. D. C. I found him an energetic and gallant officer, and a most valuable assistant. To him, and Major Sturges Sprague, volunteer A. D. C., who also accompanied me on the field, and was constantly engaged in the transmission of orders, I tender my sincere thanks. Also to Captain James Cooper, Fourteenth Mississippi, who served me as volunteer A. D. C. on