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The Daily Dispatch: June 16, 1864., [Electronic resource] 8 0 Browse Search
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ticket. They also assert that they will run Frank Blair for Governor in opposition to the radical candidate. Thatidens Stevens has been badly beaten at every point. He came here to prevent anything being done that would endorse the reconstrueing also that the indicate delegation from Missouri were admitted as he desired, he supposed that he was sure to win. Mr. Stevens then moved the previous question on the admittance of the Southern delegation, believing that if he could prevent any artful speeches on the other side they would he rejected. The President of the Convention did his best to assistant Stevens in stating the question, but was outgone called by Senator Lane, of Kansas, in his motion, and deleted when the vote was taken in one or two States. Stevens saw his dilemma, and tried to have the previous question reconsidered, so as to speak himself, but could not accomplish it. His pet, scheme was defeated.--He found himself the worst defeated man in the Convention.