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The case of Senator Bright in the Washington Senate. --Charge of Treason and Disloyalty to Abraham — Tart Speeches on Both Sides--We giv
the report of the Judiciary Committee on the resolution to expel Mr. Bright.
Mr. Sumner, (rep.) of Mass, said that the expulsion of a Se , writes a letter to the chief of traitors (the letter was read). Mr. Bright has always been notoriously the friend and sympathizer of Davis a t to the enemy.
But he(Mr. Lane) considered the second letter of Mr. Bright to Mr. Fitch much worse than the first.
He (Mr. Lane) had nothin ies to the right of the Chair to be cleared, which was done.
Mr. Bright said if he had known he was to be arraigned for treason and bring e afterwards to forward the project of the Pacific Railroad.
He (Mr. Bright) had no recollection of this letter, but he must have written it. re to suppose that Davis wanted an improvement in fire-arms?
Mr. Bright said he had said repeatedly that he had no recollection of giving