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The Daily Dispatch: January 4, 1861., [Electronic resource], Disbandment of an English Indian regiment. (search)
aker recommended Jackson's policy, and closed with a strong appeal for the Union. Mr. Douglas took the floor on Powell's resolutions, and said being compelled to vote for them gave him great pain, declaring as they did that no adjustment could restore peace.--He said that Congress never had legislated on slavery without danger to the country. He defended the Kansas-Nebraska act, and defended the South from the aspersions of Wade and others. Adjourned until Monday. House.--Mr. Hutchinson offered a resolution repudiating compromise by the Republicans, and endorsing the sentiment of Wade and Hale. Mr. Sherman withdrew certain objections, which he pressed yesterday, looking to the adoption of coercive measures. The Committee on Judiciary reported to the House a bill further providing for the collection of the revenue, and investing the President with additional powers. A motion to recommit the report caused debate. The South wished to give it its quietus in