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ent would not effect the object. Mr. Lane, of Kansas, said, Confusion would ensue in the new regimepointed Mr. Wilson, Mr. Rice, and Mr. Lane, of Kansas, managers. In the House, on the twenty-fifth,an slavery in any of the States. Mr. Lane, of Kansas, moved to amend the amendment by adding to it,ay. The amendment was agreed to. Mr. Lane, of Kansas, moved to strike out all after the enacting clnrolment and draft. On motion of Mr. Lane, of Kansas, the yeas and nays were ordered on the amendmest — yeas, sixteen; nays, twenty. Mr. Lane, of Kansas, moved to strike out of the classes exempted, nt was opposed by Mr. Wilson, and Mr. Lane, of Kansas, and rejected. The substitute as amended was osed by Mr. King, Mr. Wilson, and Mr. Lane, of Kansas, and agreed to — yeas, twenty-four; nays, thir, Mr. Fessenden, Mr. Johnson, and Mr. Lane, of Kansas. On the fourteenth, the debate was resumed,mselves. I have noticed, said Mr. Pomeroy, of Kansas, that men who are arguing in the interest of s[14 more...]<
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