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s to the Military Academy, was stricken out. Mr. Wilson moved to insert in lieu of the words strickemittee on Military Affairs. On the twelfth, Mr. Wilson reported it back with an amendment. The bilime to look into it. The amendment, replied Mr. Wilson, is very plain and simple; a child can comprgreed to — yeas, twenty-two; nays, thirteen. Mr. Wilson then moved to lay the bill on the table, as ts, agreed to a committee of conference, and Mr. Wilson, Mr. Nesmith, and Mr. Grimes were appointed on Military Affairs. On the twenty-seventh, Mr. Wilson reported it back without amendment. The Sen Howe, Mr. Sumner, Mr. Conness, Mr. Johnson, Mr. Wilson, and Mr. Fessenden participated, the report the Senate, on the first of February, 1864, Mr. Wilson, of Massachusetts, introduced a bill to prov sixth of February, the Senate, on motion of Mr. Wilson, proceeded to consider the bill, the pendingers. On the thirteenth of December, 1864, Mr. Wilson, of Massachusetts, introduced into the Senat[402 more...]
ral Taliaferro's chief of artillery; Carpenter's battery, commanded by Lieutenant McKendree, and Braxton's, by Lieutenant Marye. On my left was Major-General Hood, of Longstreet's corps, and on my right and front, the cavalry, under command of Major-General Stuart, with a battery, near the Port Royal road, under the direction of Major Pelham, of the Stuart horse artillery, aided, in the course of the day, by sections from the batteries of Captain Poague, (Lieutenant Graham commanding,) Captains Wilson, Smith, Garber, Dance, and the Louisiana Guards of my corps, thrown into position so as to cross their fire with the guns of Lieutenant-Colonel Walker, and designed to check the advance of the enemy in that direction. About ten o'clock,, as the fog disappeared, the lines.of the enemy, arranged in order of battle, were distinctly visible in the plain between us and the river, covering my front and extending far to the left toward Fredericksburg. The force in front of me I supposed to n