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f the Congress of the United States. The yeas and nays were taken and resulted — yeas, nineteen; nays, seventy-four. Mr. Wickliffe, of Kentucky, thought the increase would be eighteen million dollars, and he moved that the bill be laid on the tablegham, of Ohio, it was so amended as to subject the force so raised to the rules and regulations of war. On motion of Mr. Wickliffe, its further consideration was postponed to the sixteenth, and on that day it was taken up, debated, amended, and pasnt, and that the discussion should be confined to amendments. Mr. Vallandigham objected to that mode of proceeding. Mr. Wickliffe, of Kentucky, moved to amend the motion of Mr. Olin to commit the bill to the Military Committee, by instructing the n, of Indiana, declared that the necessity was upon us to pass a bill of this character. Mr. Pendleton, of Ohio, and Mr. Wickliffe, of Kentucky, spoke in opposition to the passage of the bill. Mr. Stevens, of Pennsylvania, advocated the passage of
n line of battle one mile or more beyond and on the left of the division. We got into position and were ready to advance by about half past 5 A. M. Soon after getting into position, one company from each regiment was, under command of Lieutenant Colonel Wickliffe, of the Ninth Kentucky, deployed two hundred and fifty yards in advance as skirmishers. Becoming hotly engaged with the enemy, the Fourth Kentucky regiment, Colonel Nuckolls commanding, was ordered to their support. The skirmishers oame regiment, and Major Nash, in command of the seven companies of the Forty-first Alabama, all came under my observation. In each I remarked constancy, gallantry, and coolness. In the afternoon, Colonel Stansell, of the Forty-first; Lieutenant-Colonel Wickliffe, in command of the Ninth, after Colonel Caldwell was wounded, and Captain Gillam, acting field officer, of the same regiment, attracted my notice, and but confirmed the good account I had of them in the morning. Captain Lee, of the Se
Captain Buckner learning, upon inquiry from me, that I did not desire a retrograde movement, immediately, aided by Major Wickliffe, of the Fifth Kentucky regiment (Lieutenant-Colonel Caldwell, who was injured by the accident of preceding night, hader. Respectfully submitted, H. E. Topp, Major, commanding Thirty-first Mississippi Volunteers. Report of Major J. C. Wickliffe. headquarters Fifth Kentucky regiment, camp near Comite River, Louisiana, August 7, 1862. Sir: I have then Rouge in a manner creditable alike to themselves, and the cause for which they are battling. Very respectfully, J. C. Wickliffe, Major, commanding Fifth Kentucky Regiment. Report of Captain J. H. Millett. camp near Comite River, Augustce. Captain J. H. Miller, commanding Fourth Kentucky regiment. Colonel Crossland, Seventh Kentucky regiment. Major J. C. Wickliffe, of the Fifth Kentucky. Privates John Thompson, Company H, and J. M. Byrd, Company G, Fourth Alabama battalion