and the Union be restored upon terms of equity, fraternity, and equality under the Constitution.
The following are the members who voted against laying them on the table:
Messrs. James C. Allen, Wm. J. Allen, Anconn, N Baldwin, Bliss, Brooks, Chandler, Clay, Col. Edgerton, Eldridge, English, Fink, Grider, Barding, Harrington.
Harris, (Md.,) Harris, (Ill,) Herrick, Holmes, Johnson, (Ohio,) Kernan, Kinu, Knapp, Law, Lazear, LeBlond, Long, Mallery, Marcy, McDowell, McKenncy, Miller, (Penn,) Morris, (Ohio,) Morrison, Nelson, Noble, Odell, O'Nell'., (Ohio,) Pendleton, Robinson, Rollina, (Mo.,) Ross, Scott, Stebbins, Steels, (N. Y.,) Stuart, Sweat, Vorhees, Wadsworth, Chilton N. White, Joseph W. White, Winfield, and Fernando Wood.
In the House on Tuesday Mr. Hardinge, of Ky., offered a resolution (which lies over,) that the "Union" is not dissolved, and that any rebel State which may voluntarily submit to the Yankee Government will be restored to "all its rights and privileg