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Pryor] should pass unnoticed, standing here as he did on terms of equality with him. He appealed to him to know-- Mr. Garnett, of Virginia. I call for the enforcement of the rules of order on the member from Virginia. Mr. McKnight, of Pennsylvania. Fair play Mr. Garnett. I will not receive aid from the Black Republican side of the House. [Sensation.] Mr. Pryor said if the House would extend to his colleague the courtesy to speak, and allow him the opportunity to reply, he would be satisfied. Mr. Garnett would agree to withdraw his objection on that condition. [Voices: "Let that be understood."] Mr. Sherman. I'll not agree to any such understanding. Mr. Pryor appealed to his colleague [Mr. GarnetMr. Garnett] to withdraw his objection. Mr. Hindman, of Arkansas, said if Mr. Pryor could have an opportunity to respond, he would have no objection. Mr. Hill, of Ga., objected to any such understanding, and in this was influenced only by kind feeli