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enck, resumed the consideration of the bill. Amendments were offered by Mr. Davis, of Maryland, Mr. Morrill, Mr. Orth, Mr. Thomas, and Mr. Garfield. The amendments of Mr. Thomas and Mr. Davis were rejected, and those of Mr. Morrell, Mr. Orth, and MMr. Thomas and Mr. Davis were rejected, and those of Mr. Morrell, Mr. Orth, and Mr. Garfield agreed to. The amendment of the Senate, as amended, was then disagreed to, and, on motion of Mr. Schenck, the House asked a committee of conference, and the Speaker appointed Mr. Garfield, Mr. Smithers, and Mr. Kernan managers on the partresident on the third of March, 1865. No. Lxxxv.--The Joint Resolution tendering the Thanks of Congress to Major-General George H. Thomas, and the Army under his Command. In the House, on the nineteenth of January, 1865, Mr. Cox, of Ohio, introduced a joint resolution, tendering the thanks of Congress to Major-General George H. Thomas and the army under his command, which was read twice, and referred to the Military Committee. On the twentieth, Mr. Garfield, of Ohio, reported it back, wit
respectfully, Your obedient servant, George H. Thomas, Major-General, United States Volunteersngle with mine. General Negley's division, of Thomas's corps, was immediately on my left, his right enemy captured. Colonel Walker's brigade, of Thomas corps, was also placed under my command temporrs. Communication with Generals Rosecrans and Thomas was entirely cut off, and it was manifestly imrom Murfreesboro, where Generals Rosecrans and Thomas were, on the Nashville and Murfreesboro turnpi right of General Negley's line of battle, General Thomas there directed me to let my left rest on hans, moving in that direction. I informed General Thomas of the fact, and asked leave to advance myowing days and nights of the fight. Under General Thomas's direction I had it intrenched by rifle-ponstant presence and solicitous anxiety of General Thomas for their welfare. On the evening of Saturday, third inst., I asked permission of General Thomas to drive the enemy from a wood on our left[6 more...]