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Breckinridge (search for this): article 9
d welfare. Mr. Hamlin, the Vice President elect, then stepped forward and said: Senators — An experience of several years in this body has taught me something of the duties of its presiding officer. And, with a stern, inflexible purpose to discharge these duties faithfully, relying upon the courtesy and co-operation of Senators, and invoking the aid of Divine Providence, I am now ready to take the oath required by the Constitution, and enter upon the discharge of the official duties assigned me by the confidence of a generous people. Vice President Hamlin then took the oath of office prescribed by the Constitution, as follows: "I, Hannibal Hamlin, do solemnly swear to support the Constitution of the United States." Mr. Breckinridge then said — Having arrived at the termination of this Congress, I now declare the Senate adjourned without day. Vice President Hamlin then took the Chair, and the proclamation calling the extra session of the Senate was rea
J. N. Clark (search for this): article 9
ing the delivery of his address, he was frequently applauded. He concluded by announcing that the House was adjourned sine die. With much good humor, the members quickly separated. In the Senate, at 11 ½ o'clock, a message was received from the House stating that having finished the business before it, it was ready to adjourn. At half past 11 o'clock a message from the House was received, stating that having finished the business before them they were ready to adjourn. Mr. Clark said it was a struggle of an overgrown company, so powerful that it could get Senators to come here and talk the bill down at the close of the session. Twelve o'clock having arrived, the Vice President called the Senate to order, and said: Senators — In taking my final leave of this position, I shall ask a few moments in which to tender my grateful acknowledgments for the resolution declaring your approval of the manner in which I have discharged its duties, and to express a deep
Hannibal Hamlin (search for this): article 9
whom I have received so many kind offices, accept my gratitude and cordial wished for your prosperity and welfare. Mr. Hamlin, the Vice President elect, then stepped forward and said: Senators — An experience of several years in this body hion, and enter upon the discharge of the official duties assigned me by the confidence of a generous people. Vice President Hamlin then took the oath of office prescribed by the Constitution, as follows: "I, Hannibal Hamlin, do solemnly swHannibal Hamlin, do solemnly swear to support the Constitution of the United States." Mr. Breckinridge then said — Having arrived at the termination of this Congress, I now declare the Senate adjourned without day. Vice President Hamlin then took the Chair, and the procMr. Breckinridge then said — Having arrived at the termination of this Congress, I now declare the Senate adjourned without day. Vice President Hamlin then took the Chair, and the proclamation calling the extra session of the Senate was r