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in the name of God, guided by an enlightened caristtankly. Mr. Washburne, of Illinois, (Rep.,) said that the gentleman (Voorhees) had ane people of Indiana were ready to compromise with rebels, but he (Washburne) wished to remark that the people of Illinois were ready to compromise on the terms offered by General Grant, of his (Washburne's) own state, to Gen, Buckner, namely: "An unconditional and immediate surrendf Ill., (Opp.,) said that the annunciation made by his colleague (Washburne) a short time ago was a most delightful sight. Mr. Stevens, I want to do a good thing. I want to congratulate my colleague, (Washburne) Mr. Stevens--I hope no one will interfere with the passage ary to be passed without delay Mr. Richardson--My colleague (Washburne) has endorsed General Grant. Mr. Washburne--Yes, sir MrMr. Washburne--Yes, sir Mr. Richardson--One of the most sensible proclamations was issue by Gen. Grant when he entered Paducah. The General then made use of the follo