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ent of negroes had been added to the guard, which already consisted of the 2d, 5th and 12th New Hampshire regiments. They represent the treatment at Point Lookout to have been good, and when compared with Fort Delaware, excellent. Among the officers who arrived there recently from Johnson's Island was Col. J. Lucius Davis, of Henrico. The following deaths had occurred there among the Virginia troops from the 1st of December to the 29th of February: H L Brown, Sergt J E Fuller, 88th; T Cox, J E Epperson, 50th; E C Edwards, 40th; J A Downy, 4th cavalry; E Gray, 9th; A Hollinger, 12th cav; A K Haynes, 55th; P Leach, 8th; Jas S Mitchell, 47th; D N. Myers, 62d; J P Monroe, 4th cav; Jacob Pulse, 1st cav; Andrew Pinker, 88d; Geo K Palmer, 55th; C Rule, 2d cav; F H Secton, 4th; H C Wilkinson, 14th, W H Watson, 53d; O Woodsor., 41st; J H Atkins, 22d; J W Burch, 52d; J Brown, 4th; H Broadfield, 15th cav; C T Carter, Mosby's bat; Corp't W D Hawkins, 38th; Jas Hillyard, Carter's battery;
but the gentleman directly changed his vote, explaining that he, for the moment, thought he was voting right, being opposed to the gentleman from Illinois The House were in most excellent humor, their laughter being loud and prolonged. Mr. Cox, (Ohio,) amid the confusion, said, "We on this side vote for the resolution because the causes of the war are abolition and accession, and ought to be removed. Mr. Mallory said he voted aye for a reason similar to that just assigned by the citizen or true patriot can stand; neutrality or indifference and anything short of a hearty support of the Government being a crime where the question is between loyalty and treason. This last resolution was also unanimously adopted. Mr. Cox (Ohio) offered the following: Resolved, That the rebellion be and the same is hereby abolished. This resolution was agreed to amid laughter. Mr. Pendleton (Ohio) offered the following: Resolved, As the sense of this House tha