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Scenes in the Federal Congress.debate on Confiscation — the negro question. Washington, March 10. Senate. Mr. Wilson (Mass.) offered a joint resolution, tendering aid to the States of Maryland and Delaware, and favoring voluntary emancipation. Mr. Saulsbury (Del.) objected, and the resolution was accordingly lard over. On motion of Mr. Wilson (Mass.), the bill to encourage enlistments in the army was taken up. The question being on the motion of Mr. Fessenden to amend
n fugitives, &c.
Mr. Davis (Ky.) offered an amendment that such officers, &c., shall neither detain, harbor or conceal any such fugitive.
Mr. Saulsbury (Del.) offered an amendment that the articles shall not apply to Delaware, Maryland, Missouri, Kentucky, or wherever the Federal authority is recognized Disagreed to — yeas 7; nays 30.
Mr. Carille asked, if in case the President should at any time call out the militia to enforce the law for returning fugitive sla