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duty of Congress was clear and well understood by the nation. Mr. Ashly, of Ohio, (Union) gave notice that he would, on Monday or Tuesday, ask a vote on the pending question. Adjourned. From Kentucky. A telegram from Cincinnati, dated the 7th, says: General Burbridge has removed his restrictions upon trade in Kentucky. Resolutions were introduced into both Houses of the Kentucky Legislature yesterday declaring for the immediate abolition of slavery. Governor Bramlette, in his message, recommends the gradual emancipation and ultimate removal of the slaves; rejoices over and thanks Generals Sherman and Thomas for their victories; denounces the unwarrantable arrest of Colonel Wolford and Lieutenant-Governor Jacob; says that his object in attempting to regulate the enlistment of slaves was not to save the institution, but the people of Kentucky from an unnecessary burden in its accomplishment, and declares that Kentucky has furnished nearly seventy-six