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The Daily Dispatch: July 13, 1861., [Electronic resource] 4 0 Browse Search
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Personal. --Among the arrivals at the Exchange, yesterday, were: B. W. Brown, Ga.; J. L. Cohen, Miss.; M. P. Andrews, Jefferson co.; Va.; Capt. D. Livingston, S. C.; Gen. Jno. Rather, Ala.; J. B. Dunn, Goodson, Va.; Thos. S. Garnett, Westmoreland; S. W. Ficklen, Va.; F. Peyton Wood, Texas; B. Johnson Barbour, Orange; W. H. Houston, N. C.; Albert Rust, Arkansas; V. D. V. Jamieson, S. C.; John T. Seawell, Gloucester co.; Capt. R. H. Crockett, First Regiment Arkansas Volunteers; Capt. A. Gracie, Jr., Third Regiment Alabama Volunteers; Mrs. J. B. Kershaw, S. C.; Dr. Samuel Champin, N. O.; A. W. Pitzer, Roanoke co.; Va.; A. Belding, Chicot, Arkansas; W. Johnson, Ky.; George Hancock, Ga.
rd all business, so that Congress could adjourn by Thursday, the 17th inst. The chairman stated that the committee was disposed to give the Government everything it asked. Mr. Lovejoy said he desired a vote on the bill to increase the standing army. [Second Dispatch.] Washington, July 11. --In the House Mr. Washburne's Force bill was passed. There were ten nays, as follows: Messrs. Burnett, Hardin, Norton, Pendleton, Reid, Robinson, Vallandigham, Voorhess, Walsworth and Wood. Washington, July 11. --The House of Representatives has passed the loan bills, by a vote of five nays. The Senate has passed the bill remitting the duty on arms. [Third Dispatch.] Washington, July 11. --In the Senate, a resolution has been passed expelling certain named Southern Senators. The vote stood, ayes 32; nays 10. In the House, Mr. Vallandigham, of Ohio, offered an amendment to one of the appropriation bills, to the effect that no portion of the