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discussion. During a service of eight or ten years, he had never found it necessary to vindicate on this floor the conduct of any of his fellow, citizens, either for the want of skill or courage, and that this would always be so he earnestly hoped. Without disrespect, he would say your army would be better, and the cause of the country be advanced, if you would read the country be advanced, if you would read the riot act and displays both Houses of Congress. [Laughter]. Mr. V. (Dem. Ind.) felt that he would to him. This he did, showing that Smith rode late battle and came out of it gallantly, and, in conclusion, deprecated a man's good name being aspersed in the manner already mentioned. Mr. Fisher (Un., Del.) rose to vindicate the State of Delaware from the attacks of a gentleman named Saulsbury. Mr. Richardson called him to order, it being contrary to the rules to allude to what was said by a Senator. Mr. (Dem., Ohio.) wanted to know where the remarks wer