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gor, surely he (Mr. B.) might do the same with propriety. He then alluded to the recent speech in this House of Mr. Richardson, of Illinois, (much quoted in the newspapers,) relative to a conversation between the President and General Scott, growing out of the late battle. He (Mr. Blair) protested against Mr. Richardson's remarks, because they suppressed the fact that General Scott had in that conversation positively exonerated the President from the charge of forcing him into an untimely struggle. Mr. Richardson, of Illinois, explained that he had endeavored to repeat that conversation honestly and respectfully. If anything had escaped his memory the members of this House who were present ought to have corrected him. Mr. , on the occasion referred to, that Gen. Scott had been forced by the President to fight the battle of Manassas. Mr. Richardson did not think that his language had been fairly interpreted, if construed in such a sense. Mr. Blair, of Missour
Virginia. Richardson Vs. Miles. Col. Richardson, of the Federal Army, in his report of theply from an old soldier in correction of Col. Richardson's report as published in this morning's Ser to retreat; was in arrest; and now, by Col. Richardson's report, drunk. I will not copy RicRichardson's report, but correct the errors he has committed, leaving to his future days a remorse he mal, Captain Vincent, to bring up Davies' and Richardson's brigades, while I gave the order for Blenkrs. I returned to Centreville heights as Col. Richardson, with his brigade, was coming into line oon of regiments behind fences, in support of Richardson; another portion in reserve, in support of Hr General McDowell was not on the field. Col. Richardson was the first person I spoke to after pasng command himself and relieving me. Col. Richardson states a conversation with Lt. Col. Steve the whole transaction. Those who have read Richardson's report will confer a favor to compare this