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ffered a resolution instructing the Military Committee to inquire whether proper accommodations are prepared for soldiers passing through Richmond. Referred. Mr. Foote, of Tenn., offered a resolution that the Judiciary Committee be instructed to inquire what legislation, if any, is required to remove or prevent abuses on the paeyond our confines; and especially to inquire into the expediency of such legislation with reference to States wholly or in part in possession of the enemy. Mr. Foote also offered the following resolutions: Resolved, That in the judgment of this House the true policy of the present war imperatively requires that the movemsolution, offered some days since, for the appointment of additional standing committees. This resolution was discussed at some length by Messrs. Heiskell Harris, Foote, Miles, Russell, Boyce, and Garnett. On motion, a committee, to consist of the Speaker and six members, was raised, to whom was referred the resolution of Mr.
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House of representatives Monday Aug. 25, 1862. House met at 12 o'clock, and was opened with prayer by Rev. Mr. Boyce. Journal of Saturday read. Mr. Hanley, of Ark., asked leave of absence for his colleague, (Mr. Garland) who was detained from the House by sickness in his family. Mr. Gatther, of N. C., introduced a bill entitled an act to provide for granting bounties to conscripts. Referred. Mr. Arrington, of N. C., offered a resolution instructing the Military Committee to inquire whether proper accommodations are prepared for soldiers passing through Richmond. Referred. Mr. Foote, of Tenn., offered a resolution that the Judiciary Committee be instructed to inquire what legislation, if any, is required to remove or prevent abuses on the part of those entrusted to enforce martial law; and also whether some of our commandants have not declared martial law without the order of the President. Referred. Also, a bill entitled an act to repeal an act in reference
House of representatives Monday Aug. 25, 1862. House met at 12 o'clock, and was opened with prayer by Rev. Mr. Boyce. Journal of Saturday read. Mr. Hanley, of Ark., asked leave of absence for his colleague, (Mr. Garland) who was detained from the House by sickness in his family. Mr. Gatther, of N. C., introduced a bill entitled an act to provide for granting bounties to conscripts. Referred. Mr. Arrington, of N. C., offered a resolution instructing the Military Committee itary Affairs. Mr. Heiskell, of Tenn., called up his resolution, offered some days since, for the appointment of additional standing committees. This resolution was discussed at some length by Messrs. Heiskell Harris, Foote, Miles, Russell, Boyce, and Garnett. On motion, a committee, to consist of the Speaker and six members, was raised, to whom was referred the resolution of Mr. Heiskell and all matters embraced in it. Mr. Chambliss, of Va., presented a bill to provide for gran
Mr. Tirus, of Tenn., offered a resolution that the Congress of the Confederate States instruct the Secretary of War to enforce the Conscript law in so much of the State of Tennessee as is not now in the bands of the enemy. Referred to the Committee on Military Affairs. Mr. Heiskell, of Tenn., called up his resolution, offered some days since, for the appointment of additional standing committees. This resolution was discussed at some length by Messrs. Heiskell Harris, Foote, Miles, Russell, Boyce, and Garnett. On motion, a committee, to consist of the Speaker and six members, was raised, to whom was referred the resolution of Mr. Heiskell and all matters embraced in it. Mr. Chambliss, of Va., presented a bill to provide for granting sick furloughs. Referred to Committee on Military Affairs. Mr. Collier, of Va., presented a memorial from ladies of Powhatan counts, asking a modification of the Conscript act, so as to exempt physicians.--Referred to Military Comm
House of representatives Monday Aug. 25, 1862. House met at 12 o'clock, and was opened with prayer by Rev. Mr. Boyce. Journal of Saturday read. Mr. Hanley, of Ark., asked leave of absence for his colleague, (Mr. Garland) who was detained from the House by sickness in his family. Mr. Gatther, of N. C., introduced a bill entitled an act to provide for granting bounties to conscripts. Referred. Mr. Arrington, of N. C., offered a resolution instructing the Military Committee to inquire whether proper accommodations are prepared for soldiers passing through Richmond. Referred. Mr. Foote, of Tenn., offered a resolution that the Judiciary Committee be instructed to inquire what legislation, if any, is required to remove or prevent abuses on the part of those entrusted to enforce martial law; and also whether some of our commandants have not declared martial law without the order of the President. Referred. Also, a bill entitled an act to repeal an act in referenc
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bands of the enemy. Referred to the Committee on Military Affairs. Mr. Heiskell, of Tenn., called up his resolution, offered some days since, for the appointment of additional standing committees. This resolution was discussed at some length by Messrs. Heiskell Harris, Foote, Miles, Russell, Boyce, and Garnett. On motion, a committee, to consist of the Speaker and six members, was raised, to whom was referred the resolution of Mr. Heiskell and all matters embraced in it. Mr. Chambliss, of Va., presented a bill to provide for granting sick furloughs. Referred to Committee on Military Affairs. Mr. Collier, of Va., presented a memorial from ladies of Powhatan counts, asking a modification of the Conscript act, so as to exempt physicians.--Referred to Military Committee. Mr. Dejarnette introduced a bill to amend the act entitled an act to prescribe the rates of postage. Referred to the Committee on Post Offices and Roads. Mr. Holcombe offered a resolution
he Committee on Post Offices and Roads. Mr. Holcombe offered a resolution, that the Committee on the Judiciary be instructed to inquire into the expediency of regulating by law the seizure and impressment of private property for the use of the army, or other public purposes. Agreed to. Mr. Garnett offered a resolution, requesting the President to inform the House whether the army regulations with reference to the monthly pay of soldiers have been complied with. Agreed to. Mr. Perkins offered a resolution, that the President be requested to furnish the House, if not incompatible with the public interest, with copies of the instructions given to the military and naval commanders at Norfolk and New Orleans in reference to the defence of those cities, and the subsequent evacuation by our troops; also, the correspondence of the Executive and heads of departments with the Governors of Virginia and Louisiana, and such reports of officials as may have any connection with the
war. Mr. Tirus, of Tenn., offered a resolution that the Congress of the Confederate States instruct the Secretary of War to enforce the Conscript law in so much of the State of Tennessee as is not now in the bands of the enemy. Referred to the Committee on Military Affairs. Mr. Heiskell, of Tenn., called up his resolution, offered some days since, for the appointment of additional standing committees. This resolution was discussed at some length by Messrs. Heiskell Harris, Foote, Miles, Russell, Boyce, and Garnett. On motion, a committee, to consist of the Speaker and six members, was raised, to whom was referred the resolution of Mr. Heiskell and all matters embraced in it. Mr. Chambliss, of Va., presented a bill to provide for granting sick furloughs. Referred to Committee on Military Affairs. Mr. Collier, of Va., presented a memorial from ladies of Powhatan counts, asking a modification of the Conscript act, so as to exempt physicians.--Referred to Milit
embraced in it. Mr. Chambliss, of Va., presented a bill to provide for granting sick furloughs. Referred to Committee on Military Affairs. Mr. Collier, of Va., presented a memorial from ladies of Powhatan counts, asking a modification of the Conscript act, so as to exempt physicians.--Referred to Military Committee. Mr. Dejarnette introduced a bill to amend the act entitled an act to prescribe the rates of postage. Referred to the Committee on Post Offices and Roads. Mr. Holcombe offered a resolution, that the Committee on the Judiciary be instructed to inquire into the expediency of regulating by law the seizure and impressment of private property for the use of the army, or other public purposes. Agreed to. Mr. Garnett offered a resolution, requesting the President to inform the House whether the army regulations with reference to the monthly pay of soldiers have been complied with. Agreed to. Mr. Perkins offered a resolution, that the President be r
s. Mr. Heiskell, of Tenn., called up his resolution, offered some days since, for the appointment of additional standing committees. This resolution was discussed at some length by Messrs. Heiskell Harris, Foote, Miles, Russell, Boyce, and Garnett. On motion, a committee, to consist of the Speaker and six members, was raised, to whom was referred the resolution of Mr. Heiskell and all matters embraced in it. Mr. Chambliss, of Va., presented a bill to provide for granting sick fumbe offered a resolution, that the Committee on the Judiciary be instructed to inquire into the expediency of regulating by law the seizure and impressment of private property for the use of the army, or other public purposes. Agreed to. Mr. Garnett offered a resolution, requesting the President to inform the House whether the army regulations with reference to the monthly pay of soldiers have been complied with. Agreed to. Mr. Perkins offered a resolution, that the President be req
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