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n, and he was for the Union above all else. Mr. Henderson, (Union,) of Mo., thought that this resolution wt, let the President remove him at once; but he (Mr. Henderson) had seen no incompetency in front of Richmond. nce placed in the men of the Border States. He (Mr. Henderson) had even heard it said that the men from the Borried ranks of the rebels are broken up, and he (Mr. Henderson) did not believe that they were going to be brokfifty per cent of the slaves from Missouri. He (Mr. Henderson) was not in favor of arming the negroes; for he staves never could be made soldiers of, but he (Mr. Henderson) would have the slaves used in every kind of lab with full power. If the Senator from Missouri (Mr. Henderson) had been told that Gen. McClellan was to take cld that Senator have chosen such a General? Mr. Henderson said that he had thought that Manassas should haerrated the force of the rebels everywhere. He (Mr. Henderson) was no military man, but he know that the Gener