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Confederate States Congress. The Senate met yesterday at 11 o'clock A. M. and was opened with prayer by the Rev. J. V. Moore, of the Presbyterian Church. Mr. Sporrow, of La., offered the following, which was unanimously agreed to: Resolves That the thanks of Congress are tended to the gallant troops from the State of Louisiana the Army of Tennessee, who have with volunteered their services for the war. the lofty and self sacrificing spirit examined by this noble act deserves, and will commendation and gratitude of every thanks of Congress are equally due to the patriotic and self who, at the commencement of their services at the disposal of without condition or as to little. Mr. Baker, from the Committee on Claims, reported back the joint resolution for the of Capt. Walter Anderson, which was considered and passed. On motion of Mr. Sparrow, the House bill to provide for preside for wounded and disabled soldiers seamen an to be called the Ve
United States (United States) (search for this): article 3
Confederate States Congress. The Senate met yesterday at 11 o'clock A. M. and was opened with prayer by the Rev. J. V. Moore, of the Presbyterian Church. Mr. Sporrow, of La., offered the following, which was unanimously agreed to: Res of the House, covering a of the Secretary of War, showing the condition of the question of exchange between the Confederate States the United States; which was withdrawn considered in secret session. The House then took up for consideratioUnited States; which was withdrawn considered in secret session. The House then took up for consideration the bill to allow commissioned officers of the army rations, and the privilege of purchasing clothing from the Quartermaster's which, after some disenssion, with amendments. The following is a copy of the bill as it passed. The Congrginal form, contains three sections. The first provides for the conscription of all male free negroes resident the Confederate States, between the of eighteen and fifty years, to perform duties with the army, or in connection with the military de
Walter Anderson (search for this): article 3
the State of Louisiana the Army of Tennessee, who have with volunteered their services for the war. the lofty and self sacrificing spirit examined by this noble act deserves, and will commendation and gratitude of every thanks of Congress are equally due to the patriotic and self who, at the commencement of their services at the disposal of without condition or as to little. Mr. Baker, from the Committee on Claims, reported back the joint resolution for the of Capt. Walter Anderson, which was considered and passed. On motion of Mr. Sparrow, the House bill to provide for preside for wounded and disabled soldiers seamen an to be called the Veteran Soldiers Home, was taken up and On motion of Mr. Semmes, of La., the resolved its if into secret session. The House was called to order at 11 o'clock the Speaker. The Chair laid before the House a communication from the President, in response of the House, covering a of the Secretary of War, s
J. V. Moore (search for this): article 3
Confederate States Congress. The Senate met yesterday at 11 o'clock A. M. and was opened with prayer by the Rev. J. V. Moore, of the Presbyterian Church. Mr. Sporrow, of La., offered the following, which was unanimously agreed to: Resolves That the thanks of Congress are tended to the gallant troops from the State of Louisiana the Army of Tennessee, who have with volunteered their services for the war. the lofty and self sacrificing spirit examined by this noble act deserves, and will commendation and gratitude of every thanks of Congress are equally due to the patriotic and self who, at the commencement of their services at the disposal of without condition or as to little. Mr. Baker, from the Committee on Claims, reported back the joint resolution for the of Capt. Walter Anderson, which was considered and passed. On motion of Mr. Sparrow, the House bill to provide for preside for wounded and disabled soldiers seamen an to be called the Ve
Confederate States Congress. The Senate met yesterday at 11 o'clock A. M. and was opened with prayer by the Rev. J. V. Moore, of the Presbyterian Church. Mr. Sporrow, of La., offered the following, which was unanimously agreed to: Resolves That the thanks of Congress are tended to the gallant troops from the State of Louisiana the Army of Tennessee, who have with volunteered their services for the war. the lofty and self sacrificing spirit examined by this noble act deserves, and will commendation and gratitude of every thanks of Congress are equally due to the patriotic and self who, at the commencement of their services at the disposal of without condition or as to little. Mr. Baker, from the Committee on Claims, reported back the joint resolution for the of Capt. Walter Anderson, which was considered and passed. On motion of Mr. Sparrow, the House bill to provide for preside for wounded and disabled soldiers seamen an to be called the V
ered their services for the war. the lofty and self sacrificing spirit examined by this noble act deserves, and will commendation and gratitude of every thanks of Congress are equally due to the patriotic and self who, at the commencement of their services at the disposal of without condition or as to little. Mr. Baker, from the Committee on Claims, reported back the joint resolution for the of Capt. Walter Anderson, which was considered and passed. On motion of Mr. Sparrow, the House bill to provide for preside for wounded and disabled soldiers seamen an to be called the Veteran Soldiers Home, was taken up and On motion of Mr. Semmes, of La., the resolved its if into secret session. The House was called to order at 11 o'clock the Speaker. The Chair laid before the House a communication from the President, in response of the House, covering a of the Secretary of War, showing the condition of the question of exchange between the Confede
s of Congress are equally due to the patriotic and self who, at the commencement of their services at the disposal of without condition or as to little. Mr. Baker, from the Committee on Claims, reported back the joint resolution for the of Capt. Walter Anderson, which was considered and passed. On motion of Mr. Sparrow, the House bill to provide for preside for wounded and disabled soldiers seamen an to be called the Veteran Soldiers Home, was taken up and On motion of Mr. Semmes, of La., the resolved its if into secret session. The House was called to order at 11 o'clock the Speaker. The Chair laid before the House a communication from the President, in response of the House, covering a of the Secretary of War, showing the condition of the question of exchange between the Confederate States the United States; which was withdrawn considered in secret session. The House then took up for consideration the bill to allow commissioned officers of t
usly agreed to: Resolves That the thanks of Congress are tended to the gallant troops from the State of Louisiana the Army of Tennessee, who have with volunteered their services for the war. the lofty and self sacrificing spirit examined by this noble act deserves, and will commendation and gratitude of every thanks of Congress are equally due to the patriotic and self who, at the commencement of their services at the disposal of without condition or as to little. Mr. Baker, from the Committee on Claims, reported back the joint resolution for the of Capt. Walter Anderson, which was considered and passed. On motion of Mr. Sparrow, the House bill to provide for preside for wounded and disabled soldiers seamen an to be called the Veteran Soldiers Home, was taken up and On motion of Mr. Semmes, of La., the resolved its if into secret session. The House was called to order at 11 o'clock the Speaker. The Chair laid before the House a commu