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llows: Cragin (N. H.). Morrill (Maine), Morrill (Vt.), Ferry (Conn.), Wilson (Mass.). Sprague (R. I.), Fenton (N. Y.), Sherman (Ohio), Windom（Minn.), Wright (Iowa), Logan (Ill.), Trumbull (Ill.), Tipton (Neb.), Hitchcock (Neb.), Caldwell (Kan.), Corbett (Oreron), Schurz (Mo.), Boreman (W. Va.), Kobertson (S. C.), Spencer (Ala.), Gilbert (Fla.). The nays were Hamlin (Maine), Edmunds (Vt.), Conkling (N. Y ), Frelinghuysen (N. J.), Scott (Penn.), J. Hill (Ga.), Morton Ind.), Harlan (Iowa) Howe (Wihe caucus for the removal were Nye. Hamlin, Stewart, Conkling, Howe, Edmunds, and Carpenter,—the last named making the longest speech.
Those reported as speaking against the removal were Wilson, Schurz, Fenton, Sherman, Ferry (Conn.), Trumbull, Corbett, and Morrill (Vt.). The caucus met again the next morning, when a motion to reconsider the vote by which the report was adopted failed by a vote of twenty-one to twenty-three,—a falling off of three from the opposition to the senator.