ry and proper to the peace of the country and prosperity of the Union, should be promptly and cheerfully granted.
Mr. Morrill, of Vt., offered the following as an amendment:
Resolved, That in the opinion of this Committee, the existing dis Axes.--Messrs. Corwin, of Ohio; Adams, of Mass; Humphrey, of New York; Ferry, of Conn; son, of R. I.; Tappan, of N. H.; Morrill, of Van Morse, of Me.; Washburne, of Wisconsin--9 Axes.,--Messrs. Milison, of Va.; Winslow, of N. C., Campbell, of Pa.; e purpose aforesaid.
This resolution was rejected, as follows:
Axes--Messrs. Adams, Humphrey, Ferry, Robinson, Morrill, Morse, Washburne and Curtis--8.
Nays.--Messrs. Corwin, Millson Winslow, Campbell, Love, Davis of Md., Whiterey, Taelson, Dunn, Taylor, Kellogg, Houston, Phelps, Rusk, Howard, Hamilton, Curtis, Burch, Wyndham and Stout--21.
Nays.--Messrs. Adams, Ferry, Humphrey, Robinson, Tappan, Morrill, Morse and Washburne--8.
Mr. Davis, of Miss., declined to vote.