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a triumphant party, and the determination to reap to the uttermost the full harvest of a party victory.
Crittenden of Kentucky, the oldest and one of the most honored members of the Senate,
Crittenden had been a life-long Whig.
His first entrd early in the session, which it may be proper specially to mention.
One of these was a resolution offered by Powell of Kentucky, which, after some modification by amendment, when finally acted upon, had taken the following form:
Resolved, That , there has been little in the discussion this morning to cheer or illumine it. When the proposition of the Senator from Kentucky was presented—not very hopeful of a good result—I was yet willing to wait and see what developments it might produce.
Tlly adopted on the 18th of December, and on the 20th the Committee was appointed, consisting of Powell and Crittenden of Kentucky, Hunter of Virginia, Toombs of Georgia, Davis of Mississippi, Douglas of Illinois, Bigler of Pennsylvania, Rice of Minne