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[64] and as Speaker has adjourned the sittings to St. Louis Street. Looking back on events, Kellogg sees that he is beaten on every side, and weaker in strength than ever. Neither he nor his rival has a legal quorum, and without a legal quorum government is at an end.

The situation seems to call for a Dictator, and at nine o'clock in the evening General Sheridan assumes the chief direction of affairs.

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