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The Daily Dispatch: December 14, 1865., [Electronic resource], Southern Representation — the latest news from Washington. (search)
n. The stake is too great for intemperate action. Good men must be hopeful and firm. "The Senate passed to-day the House joint resolution for a committee of fifteen on reconstruction, just as it was agreed on in the Senatorial caucus on yesterday, and published in the Sun this morning. All of the Democratic Senators voted against it, as well as two Republicans, Messrs. Dixon, of Connecticut, and Doolittle, of Wisconsin. The latter, in a speech of considerable force, said the original House resolution proposed to dissolve the Union by law. The indications are decided that the House will accept the modification of their resolution as agreed on in the Senate." The National Intelligencer says: "The action of Congress yesterday is of much interest, and its indications are rather hopeful that the sturdy blows aimed by Mr. Stevens against the President's policy will, in their reaction, prove useful in the accomplishment of the patriotic purposes of the Executive. The speech of
ved, read and ordered to be printed: Auditor's Office of Virginia, Richmond, December 11, 1865. to the Hon. John B. Baldwin, Speaker of House of Delegates of Virginia: in compliance with the resolution that the Auditor report to this House a statement of the amount of registered and coupon bonds issued by the State now outstanding; that he designate, in his report, the amount of each description of bonds held by foreign and domestic owners, and that he append a statement of interesttlement of all their outstanding issues, and how many and what ones of said Banks the private property of the stockholders are bound for the redemption of the outstanding issues, and to what extent they are bound, and to report the facts to this House by bill or otherwise as soon as practicable, and that the Committee have power to send for persons and papers. Agreed to. by Mr. Merritt.--a resolution that the report of J. M. Bennett, late Auditor of Public Accounts of Virginia, to his Ex