g out the list of articles in the first section was reconsidered, and the amendment rejected.
Mr. Wright, of Pennsylvania, proposed to modify the Committee's amendment to the fourth section, so that r's bill, asked a committee of conference, and the chair appointed Mr. Wilson, Mr. Howard, and Mr. Wright conferees.
The House, on motion of Mr. Blair, agreed to a conference, and the Speaker appoint supported by Mr. Henderson, and agreed to — yeas, twenty-one; nays, sixteen.
After debate by Mr. Wright, of Indiana, Mr. Henderson, of Missouri, and Mr. Powell, of Kentucky, the vote was taken on th necessary to crush out the rebels themselves, and all their sympathizers at home and abroad.
Mr. Wright, of Pennsylvania, was not opposed to the spirit of the bill, but he thought some of its provisen dollars per month; and it was agreed to — yeas, eighty-four; nays, forty-six.
On motion of Mr. Wright, of Pennsylvania, it was further amended by adding three sections, providing that the Presiden