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61, nays 66.
Mr. Mallory, of Brunswick, moved to amend Mr. Scott's amendment, by striking out "Arkansas." He indicated that he made the motion to get an opportunity of lecturing the Committee.
He was tired of this eternal discussion, which he thought was nothing but child's play.
No man could say that he had been changed, either one way or the other, by the speeches made on the report.
He appealed to the body, as an old man — the oldest here except the gentleman from Charles City, (Mr. Tyler)--to cease speaking, and let us vote and go home.
Mr. Rives, of Prince George, agreed with the gentleman from Brunswick.
They were quarreling here over questions of no practical importance.
He alluded with characteristic severity to the inconsistency of the secessionists in voting for a principle of representation which was utterly denied to the people of the Confederated States.
He voted with them this morning, and would always vote for a principle which he deemed right, if it plu