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bers of his Cabinet. During all this time Andrew Johnson — for such he simply was then, not having taken in behalf of the country that he is still only Andrew Johnson)--continued his speech. Such a speech. It migf amazement as the incoherent sentences came from Mr. Johnson's lips. Republican Senators moved around in theiobe reporter to suppress his copy, and wait until Mr. Johnson could write out a speech, that this affair might n Bourbon county, Kentucky, on his way here. Mr. Johnson finally concluded his speech, whereupon Vice Presfice. Mr. Hamlin read the oath by sentences, and Mr. Johnson repeated it after him. The effort of the Vice-Prees over. The moment that he concluded this task, Mr. Johnson turned to the audience and commenced another speith this usage, closed his speech-in time to give Mr. Johnson some seven minutes to make his remarks before the arrival of the above dignitaries. But Mr. Johnson did not appear to understand the usage on such occasions, o
lution, as amended, was, after further debate, passed by the following vote: Year--Messrs. Barnwell, Brown, Graham, Johnson of Georgia, Maxwell, Oldham, Orr, Semmes, Walker and Wateen--10. Mays.--Messrs Bunnett, Capteron, Henry, Hunter, JoJohnson of Missouri, Simms, Vest and Wigfall--. Senate bill supplemental to the law authorizing commanders of the reserves in each State to order general courts martial and to revise the proceedings of courts tial and military courts, was considesrs. Brown, Burnett, Caperton, Henry, Hunter, Oldham, Semmes, Simms and Watson--9. Nays.--Messrs. Barnwell, Graham, Johnson of Georgia, Johnson of Missouri, Maxwell, Orr, Vest, Wigfall--7. The Senate then resolved into secret session. Johnson of Missouri, Maxwell, Orr, Vest, Wigfall--7. The Senate then resolved into secret session. House of Representatives. The House met at 11 o'clock. The Chair laid before the House a series of patriotic resolutions adopted by the Forty-first regiment Virginia infantry. Also, patriotic resolutions adopted by the Nineteenth batta