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scattering, 12--necessary to a choice, 76.--There , the roll was called for the ballot. Mr. Robinson addressed the House a few minutes, when Mr. Richard of Mer nomination Hon. Walter Preston, of Washington, and the was taken: Russell, 40, Caperton, 46, Preston, 20; scattering, 3 . The joint vote was: Russell, ; Caperton, 64; Preston, 24; scattering, 3--necessary to a choice . There being no choice the Speaker announced that under the rules the of Mr. Preston would be dropped. Mr. Richardson re-nominated Hon. Walter Preston. The result of the seventeenth ballot stood; Russell, 40; Caperton, 48; Preston, 17; scattering, 2. On joint vote the whole number cast was 145--necessary to a choice, 73--of which Russell received , Caperton 64, Preston 21, scattering 3. offered a resolution, of the The resolution was communicated to the Senate, and that body concurring in the same, the House adjourned until the hour above indicated. Evening Session.--Agreeable to
s a wonder. Why, it would seem that there should have been some influence; emanating from the very walls that once surrounded the truly great to have prevented it. But nothing can have Lincoln. He says himself he "cannot escape history."--he can as little escape his own degradation, his own ignorance and the exposure of his own base and shallow devices. He can be hardly compared to the valued Prophet; for he has never yet had a cell. --His tricks and his motives have been all so transparent as to be seen and understood by all. The black-art and necromancy of his message were gross and bungling, devoid of all the interest that the lowest talent in art could give them. According to Mr. Richardson, of Illinois, a New England man, (et su Bruted) has given the following just analysis of it: "One from one and naught remains. Meught from naught and the message remains." We stand by the messages. Let the world judge of the two people by the State papers of their Chief Magistrates.
Pennsylvania, Gradually the Lincoln despotism is losing its popularity in those strongholds which gave it existence. Upon the heels of the intelligence of the election of Richardson in Illinois to the United States Senate, comes the information of the defeat of Cameron in Pennsylvania, and the election of Charles R. Buckalew over him to the United States Senate, vice David Wilmot, the father of modern free portism. Cameron was among the fastest friends of Lincoln, and being about the biggest rascal in the party of Black Republicans, all of whom, except those that are deranged, are rescales he was pre-eminently meritorious. Surpassing all, possibly, save Seward, in fraud and deceit, he more than any, save the arch-traitor, merited reward at the hands of his party, their philosophy having charged the worst of vices into virtues, and treated out honors and emoluments to these mort distinguish is their exercise. The decapitation of Cameron fails heavily upon the Northern despot.
Our operations in the West. --The Chattanooga Rebel, on the authority of Captain Rey of the 21st Mississippi regiment, lately from the vicinity of Memphis, furnishes the following Home of Western news: Col. Richardson, with his regiment of Partisan Rangers, dashed into Memphis on the 25th ult., pulled down the flag, and placed the Confederate flag in , drove one hundred head of cattle, captured several prisoners, and protected the so as to the citizens to take quantity of salt and . The Lincoln forces which amounted to about two regiments — immediately ran to their fortification, leaving the heart of the city entirely, unprotected enabling our little squad to do as they placed. Jeff. Thompson is at Madrid . That places, Island No.10, and Hickmen, have been evacuated by the Lincoln and our cavalry are doing good service at those points. When our cavalry dashed into the city Na and other., tarred with the same to Fort to take shelter