Gen., 176, 263.
Showalter, Lt.-Col., 124.
Simmons, London, Corpl. 260.
Small, Robert, Capt., 7, 65.
Smith, Mr., 92.
Sprague, A. B. R., Col., 2.
Stafford, Col., 277.
Stanton, E. M., Hon., 280.
Steedman, Capt., 127.
Stevens, Capt., 68.
Stevens, Thaddeus, Hon., 287, 288. 231, Stickney, Judge, 41, 97, 107.
Stockdale, W., Lt. 271.
Stone, H. A., Lt., 271, 272.
Strong, J. D., Lt.-Col., 65, 90,122,178, 181, 182, 269. 114, Stuard, E. S., Surg., 269.
Sumner, Charles, Hon., 281.
Sunderland, Col., 106.
Sutton, Robert, Sergt., 41, 62, 70, 71, 75, 77, 82, 83, 86, 94, 198.
Thibadeau, J. H., Capt., 270.
Thompson, J. M., Capt., 270, 271
Tirrell, A. H., Lt., 272.
Tonking, J. H., Capt., 270.
Trowbridge, C. T., Lt.-Col., 65, 94,115, 168, 169, 172, 174, 175, 182, 237,243, 247, 258, 261, 265, 269, 270, 272, 274, 276, 286,292, 294, 9, 62, Trowbridge, J. A., Lt., 271.
Tubman, Harriet, 11. 272. Twichell, J. F., Lt.-Col. 117, 122. ,270.
Vendross, Robert, Corp., 265. 28.
mpire but for revenge on the other, in pursuit of which object every other consideration had been lost sight of by the North, and he insisted that Great Britain had a perfect right to endeavor to put a stop to such a state of things.
Mr. S. Fitzgerald moved the adjournment of the debate, when--
Lord Palmerston rose and said he hoped, after the length to which the debate had gone, that the House would be disposed to come to a decision to-night on the motion of the honorable member for Sunderland.
The subject they had been debating was one of the highest importance, and one also of the most delicate character — and he could not think that the postponement of the conclusion of the debate could be attended with any beneficial result, either one way or the other.
There could be but one wish on the part of every man in the country with respect to the war in America, and that was that it should end. He might doubt whether any end which could be satisfactory, or which could lead to an
ffering was a broken column of violets and white azaleas, placed there by the hands of a colored girl.
She had been rendered lame by being thrust from the cars of a railroad, whose charter Mr. Sumner, after hearing the girl's story, by a resolution in the Senate caused to be revoked.
In the presence of the president and his cabinet, the members of Congress, the Judiciary, foreign legations, and a large concourse of reverent citizens, the Congressional chaplains--the Rev. Drs.
Butler and Sunderland — appropriately performed the solemn services.
At the close of the benediction, the president of the Senate, rising, said, The funeral services having ended, the Senate of the United States intrusts the remains of Charles Sumner to the sergeant-at-arms and the committee
The Congressional Committee consisted of Messrs. Henry A. Anthony of Rhode Island, Carl Schurz of Missouri, Aaron A. Sargent of California, John P. Stockton of New Jersey, Richard J. Oglesby of Illinois, and Thomas C.