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e engaged on the right of General Ricketts, and also by the division of General Mead. The line advanced through a piece of woods, a corn-field, and a piece of ploughed land, and into another piece of woods, where it found the enemy in line of battle, and was received with a hot file fire, which very severely on our men. But they readily advanced into the fierce fire, giving back equally destructive; while our batteries, particularly a Pennsylvania battery, under Captain Matthews, and Captain Thompson's First Mary and battery, played splendidly upon the enemy's Thus pressed, the rebel forces gave way, though they certainly did not "skedaddle." S and in very fair order, they fell back, disputing every foot that they gave up with the greatest ob cy. Still our boys pushed onward w courage and determination, every man, from Hooker down, intent only on victory. Occasionally a more determined resistance at point on the line of some difficulty in the ground would our advance for a few
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had concluded that they had no authority to act until the appeal was decided. The Chair gave an opinion to the contrary, maintaining that the Standing Committees appointed at the last session had full power to act pending the appeal. Mr. Thompson submitted the following resolution, which was agreed to: Resolved. That the Committee-on Confederate Relations be instructed to inquire into the expediency of transferring our State troops to the Confederate Government. Agreed to. M be first obtained. Agreed to. A bill to redress loyal citizens injured by the exercise of usurped power, was called up and ordered to its third reading. A motion for its final passage being objected to, it was laid over for a day. Mr. Thompson, from the Committee on Procuring an Adequate Supply of Salt, reported a bill to provide for the production, distribution, and sale, of salt in this Commonwealth. Laid on the table and ordered to be printed. On motion, the Senate took a r