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een reported from the Committee on Military Affairs amended, Originally it contained the following;
Whereas, officers in the military service of
the United States have without the authority of law, and against the plainest dictates of justice and humanity, caused persons claimed fugitives from service or labor to be seizeen omitted.
The bill as amended contains only the following provision.
That it shall be unlawful for any officer in the military or naval service of the United States to cause any person claimed to be held to service of labor, by reason of African descent, to be seized, held, detained or delivered up to, or for any person clvice or labor; and any officer so offending shall be discharged from service, and be forever ineligible to any appointment in the military or naval self of the United States.
Jim Lane's command — a heavy force assigned him.
The Chicago Journal learns, by private advices from Washington, that Gen. James H. Lane will reach t