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an that he was transcending the rules. Mr. Mallory asked pardon. He differed from his colleaghat, but ordered the officer's arrest. He (Mr. Mallory) therefore repeated to many gentlemen that er ordered for making that suggestion? Mr. Mallory.--That was the impression I received. If td. Mr. Richardson inquired whether, in Mr. Mallory's judgment, the Secretary, to be consistent, ought not to dismiss Hunter. Mr. Mallory said he would wait till the Secretary had time to cefore has adopted the policy I rebuke. Mr. Mallory.--Does the gentleman attempt to ridicule thdo I mean any gentleman of this House. Mr. Mallory.--Then the gentleman intended to perpetrateibuted by the gentleman from Kentucky. Mr. Mallory did not consider the interview between him of the rebellion and its continuance. Mr. Mallory.--I am as anxious as the gentleman can be anly differ in opinion as to the means. Mr. Mallory.--I think the slaves of the Southern rebels[3 more...]