pass the bill through its several readings, but did not prevail.
In the House.—On motion of Mr. Davis, of Plymouth, it was ordered, that the Governor be requested to communicate to the House the .
The next day (says the report), I went to see General Barry, chief of artillery, with Captain Davis, of Lowell, to have his company, which has been at Fortress Monroe ever since May last, chanment is composed of Massachusetts men, I regret he does not hold a Massachusetts commission. Captain Davis's company, to which I have before alluded, is stationed inside of the fortress, and is permairst and Twenty-eighth Regiments were at Newport News, he determined to visit them at once.
Captain Davis (Seventh Battery) had left Fortress Monroe, that morning, with a force of infantry, to reinf read your interesting report, and I beg you would do what it reminds me of; namely, send to Captain Davis, at Fortress Monroe, and learn what is the present state of his company.