Mr. Hale, Mr. Sherman, Mr. Powell, Mr. Cowan, Mr. King, Mr. Kennedy, and Mr. Howe.
On the eighth of July, Mr. Wilson, frostion of Mr. Hale to include in his amendment the navy.
Mr. Kennedy, of Maryland, was prepared to sustain the administrationets my most hearty and cordial cooperation and support.
Mr. Kennedy expressed his solemn conviction that you will never recolson--thirty-seven.
Nays--Messrs. Breckenridge, Bright, Kennedy, Pearce, and Powell--five.
So the amendment was agreed toeasure.
Mr. Hicks, of Maryland, spoke for the bill, and Mr. Kennedy, of the same State, against it. Mr. Davis and Mr. Powellnd one year thereafter.
The amendment was agreed to.
Mr. Kennedy, of Maryland, moved to amend, by adding, that the Presidtwenty-eight.
On motion of Mr. Wilson, the amendment of Mr. Kennedy was reconsidered; but was agreed to — yeas, twenty-two; table, as he could not vote for it after the adoption of Mr. Kennedy's amendment; but the motion was lost — yeas, fourteen, n