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Missouri (Missouri, United States) (search for this): article 1
olved into secret session. [Note.--In the Confederate Senate, on the 12th--Mr. Johnson, of Missouri, presented the credentials of the Hon. George G. Vest, appointed a Senator by the Executive of the State of Missouri to fill, until the next meeting of the Legislature of that State, the vacancy occasioned by the inability of the Legislature to elect a Senator conformably to the provisions of the Constitution of the Confederate States, owing to the occupancy of the said State of Missouri by the public enemy, which were read. Mr. Johnson, of Missouri, having moved that the oath of offMissouri, having moved that the oath of office prescribed by the Constitution be administered to Mr. Vest, it was determined in the affirmative — year , 15; nays, 4 --as follows: Yeas--Messrs. Baker, Barnwell, Burnett, Caperton, Dortch, G the message of the President relative to the arrest of Hon. Henry S. Foote: Messrs. Clarke, of Missouri; Gilmer, of North Carolina; Chilton, of Alabama; Gholson, of Virginia, and McCallum, of Tenness
United States (United States) (search for this): article 1
Ordered to be printed. On motion, by Mr. Semmes, the Senate resolved into secret session. [Note.--In the Confederate Senate, on the 12th--Mr. Johnson, of Missouri, presented the credentials of the Hon. George G. Vest, appointed a Senator by the Executive of the State of Missouri to fill, until the next meeting of the Legislature of that State, the vacancy occasioned by the inability of the Legislature to elect a Senator conformably to the provisions of the Constitution of the Confederate States, owing to the occupancy of the said State of Missouri by the public enemy, which were read. Mr. Johnson, of Missouri, having moved that the oath of office prescribed by the Constitution be administered to Mr. Vest, it was determined in the affirmative — year , 15; nays, 4 --as follows: Yeas--Messrs. Baker, Barnwell, Burnett, Caperton, Dortch, Garland, Haynes, Hunter, Oldham, Semmes, Sparrow, Watson and Wigfall. Nays--Messrs. Brown, Graham, Hill and Walker. Whereupon
Alabama (Alabama, United States) (search for this): article 1
Wigfall. Nays--Messrs. Brown, Graham, Hill and Walker. Whereupon, the oath prescribed by the Constitution was administered to Mr. Vest, and he took his seat in the Senate.] House of Representatives. The House met at 11 o'clock, and was opened with prayer by the Rev. Dr. Duncan. The Speaker announced the following committee on the message of the President relative to the arrest of Hon. Henry S. Foote: Messrs. Clarke, of Missouri; Gilmer, of North Carolina; Chilton, of Alabama; Gholson, of Virginia, and McCallum, of Tennessee. The House passed a Senate bill amendatory of the act providing for local defence and local service. Also, a Senate joint resolution of thanks to General Stand Watie, Colonel Gano, and the officers and men under their commands, for gallant military service. The House also passed a bill to provide for the payment of provost marshals and military clerks. Also, a bill to increase the compensation of the Surgeon-General, so a
North Carolina (North Carolina, United States) (search for this): article 1
mes, Sparrow, Watson and Wigfall. Nays--Messrs. Brown, Graham, Hill and Walker. Whereupon, the oath prescribed by the Constitution was administered to Mr. Vest, and he took his seat in the Senate.] House of Representatives. The House met at 11 o'clock, and was opened with prayer by the Rev. Dr. Duncan. The Speaker announced the following committee on the message of the President relative to the arrest of Hon. Henry S. Foote: Messrs. Clarke, of Missouri; Gilmer, of North Carolina; Chilton, of Alabama; Gholson, of Virginia, and McCallum, of Tennessee. The House passed a Senate bill amendatory of the act providing for local defence and local service. Also, a Senate joint resolution of thanks to General Stand Watie, Colonel Gano, and the officers and men under their commands, for gallant military service. The House also passed a bill to provide for the payment of provost marshals and military clerks. Also, a bill to increase the compensation of t
Tennessee (Tennessee, United States) (search for this): article 1
nd Walker. Whereupon, the oath prescribed by the Constitution was administered to Mr. Vest, and he took his seat in the Senate.] House of Representatives. The House met at 11 o'clock, and was opened with prayer by the Rev. Dr. Duncan. The Speaker announced the following committee on the message of the President relative to the arrest of Hon. Henry S. Foote: Messrs. Clarke, of Missouri; Gilmer, of North Carolina; Chilton, of Alabama; Gholson, of Virginia, and McCallum, of Tennessee. The House passed a Senate bill amendatory of the act providing for local defence and local service. Also, a Senate joint resolution of thanks to General Stand Watie, Colonel Gano, and the officers and men under their commands, for gallant military service. The House also passed a bill to provide for the payment of provost marshals and military clerks. Also, a bill to increase the compensation of the Surgeon-General, so as to give him the pay and allowances of a colonel
ch, Garland, Haynes, Hunter, Oldham, Semmes, Sparrow, Watson and Wigfall. Nays--Messrs. Brown, Graham, Hill and Walker. Whereupon, the oath prescribed by the Constitution was administered to Mr. Vest, and he took his seat in the Senate.] House of Representatives. The House met at 11 o'clock, and was opened with prayer by the Rev. Dr. Duncan. The Speaker announced the following committee on the message of the President relative to the arrest of Hon. Henry S. Foote: Messrs. Clarke, of Missouri; Gilmer, of North Carolina; Chilton, of Alabama; Gholson, of Virginia, and McCallum, of Tennessee. The House passed a Senate bill amendatory of the act providing for local defence and local service. Also, a Senate joint resolution of thanks to General Stand Watie, Colonel Gano, and the officers and men under their commands, for gallant military service. The House also passed a bill to provide for the payment of provost marshals and military clerks. Also,
er, Oldham, Semmes, Sparrow, Watson and Wigfall. Nays--Messrs. Brown, Graham, Hill and Walker. Whereupon, the oath prescribed by the Constitution was administered to Mr. Vest, and he took his seat in the Senate.] House of Representatives. The House met at 11 o'clock, and was opened with prayer by the Rev. Dr. Duncan. The Speaker announced the following committee on the message of the President relative to the arrest of Hon. Henry S. Foote: Messrs. Clarke, of Missouri; Gilmer, of North Carolina; Chilton, of Alabama; Gholson, of Virginia, and McCallum, of Tennessee. The House passed a Senate bill amendatory of the act providing for local defence and local service. Also, a Senate joint resolution of thanks to General Stand Watie, Colonel Gano, and the officers and men under their commands, for gallant military service. The House also passed a bill to provide for the payment of provost marshals and military clerks. Also, a bill to increase the co
f that State, the vacancy occasioned by the inability of the Legislature to elect a Senator conformably to the provisions of the Constitution of the Confederate States, owing to the occupancy of the said State of Missouri by the public enemy, which were read. Mr. Johnson, of Missouri, having moved that the oath of office prescribed by the Constitution be administered to Mr. Vest, it was determined in the affirmative — year , 15; nays, 4 --as follows: Yeas--Messrs. Baker, Barnwell, Burnett, Caperton, Dortch, Garland, Haynes, Hunter, Oldham, Semmes, Sparrow, Watson and Wigfall. Nays--Messrs. Brown, Graham, Hill and Walker. Whereupon, the oath prescribed by the Constitution was administered to Mr. Vest, and he took his seat in the Senate.] House of Representatives. The House met at 11 o'clock, and was opened with prayer by the Rev. Dr. Duncan. The Speaker announced the following committee on the message of the President relative to the arrest of Hon. Hen
o'clock, and was opened with prayer by the Rev. Dr. Duncan. The Speaker announced the following committee on the message of the President relative to the arrest of Hon. Henry S. Foote: Messrs. Clarke, of Missouri; Gilmer, of North Carolina; Chilton, of Alabama; Gholson, of Virginia, and McCallum, of Tennessee. The House passed a Senate bill amendatory of the act providing for local defence and local service. Also, a Senate joint resolution of thanks to General Stand Watie, Colonel Gano, and the officers and men under their commands, for gallant military service. The House also passed a bill to provide for the payment of provost marshals and military clerks. Also, a bill to increase the compensation of the Surgeon-General, so as to give him the pay and allowances of a colonel of cavalry. The House then took up for consideration the exemption bill. Several attempts were made to table the bill and recommit it to the Military Committee, but they failed.
Hampton Johnson (search for this): article 1
secure more effectually the preservation and distribution of the effects of deceased soldiers.--Ordered to be printed. On motion, by Mr. Semmes, the Senate resolved into secret session. [Note.--In the Confederate Senate, on the 12th--Mr. Johnson, of Missouri, presented the credentials of the Hon. George G. Vest, appointed a Senator by the Executive of the State of Missouri to fill, until the next meeting of the Legislature of that State, the vacancy occasioned by the inability of the Legislature to elect a Senator conformably to the provisions of the Constitution of the Confederate States, owing to the occupancy of the said State of Missouri by the public enemy, which were read. Mr. Johnson, of Missouri, having moved that the oath of office prescribed by the Constitution be administered to Mr. Vest, it was determined in the affirmative — year , 15; nays, 4 --as follows: Yeas--Messrs. Baker, Barnwell, Burnett, Caperton, Dortch, Garland, Haynes, Hunter, Oldham, Semm
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