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On Friday, while Senator Douglas was advocating his resolutions offered the day before, he was r
, the Republican leader in the Senate.
Mr. Douglas complained that the Senator had answered hi tor was mistaken if he alluded to him.
Mr. Douglas.--I did not mention the Senator from Maine. n.--You said "the Senator from Maine."
Mr. Douglas.--I said "from wherever they came." (Laught Then I did not understand the Senator.
Mr. Douglas.--I know — but you cannot understand the tr e used the words "Senator from Maine."
Mr. Douglas wished to know if it was not the most ordin d said no such thing, he desired to know if Mr. Douglas recognized the code.
Mr. Douglas--I as s position on the subject of the code.
Mr. Douglas responded, reviewing all the proceedings wh said he had something to say in response to Mr. Douglas' onslaught on the Republicans.
He read ami rse of, the 15th chapter of II.
Mr. Douglas said that it might be funny, but it was not [6 more...]