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the further consideration of the subject.
The report was adopted and the committee discharged.
[The preceding action defeats the bill unless another committee of conference be appointed, which is not probable.]
The resolution offered by Mr. Smith, of North Carolina, that, the Senate concurring, the Speaker of the House and President of the Senate adjourn their respective Houses on Wednesday next at 12 M., was adopted — yeas, 31; nays, 26.
Mr. Turner, of North Carolina, offered the ope that this attempt would meet with the rebuke it deserved at the hands of the House.
On motion of Mr. Chrisman, of Kentucky, the resolutions were laid on the table — veas, 56; nays, Messrs. Fuller, J. T. Leach, J. M. Leach, Logan, Ramsay, Smith and Turner, all of North Carolina.
Mr. Turner, of North Carolina, offered a resolution declaring that the treatment of our recently-exchanged prisoners was a disgrace to the Government, and requiring the Secretary of War to see that the pris