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him.--Passed. Mr. Blair, of Missouri, then rose to a personal explanation, and made a pretty severe attack upon Thurlow Weed, of the Albany Evening Journal, for ascribing to him (Blair) and his brother, (the Postmaster General,) the design of s: As for his brother, Mr. Blair said, he could take care of himself, but he (Mr. B) denounced the charge brought by Weed against him, as chairman on Military Affairs, that he had "emasculated the bill," as utterly false, which the record wouldo had urged a vigorous prosecution of the war, responsibility for the disaster at Bull Run, came with a bad grace from Thurlow Weed, who came to the National Capital representing, as he declared, "the whole people of New York," to infuse vigor into the management of the army. If Weed, who had formerly contended for compromise, could urge vigor, 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 quot