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miting debate to five minutes, was taken up, and after a warm discussion laid over. The special order, the case of Mr. Bright, was taken up, and Mr. Latham of California, addressed the Senate at length against his expulsion. He urged that the public opinion of to-day is not the public opinion that existed March 1st, 1861, when the letter was written by Mr. Bright, introducing T. B. Lincoln to Jefferson Davis, President of the Southern Confederacy. He examined the state of affairs hereed to the Judiciary Committee, where it was allowed to sleep. This showed the spirit which then prevalled here, and if Mr. Bright knew the designs of the Secession leaders, others knew them as well, and Mr. Sumner and others were as guilty as he waso out unarrested. Mr. Latham also referred to the fact that Mr. Davis, of Ky., in his speech the other day, pointed to Mr. Bright's having sustained Breckinridge as an evidence against him, and declared that he himself was one of the 200,000 who vot