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authorities of the Federal Government." Mr. Wise urged its adoption, as proposing a necessary as connected with the Gulf commerce. Mr. Mr. Wise said if the distinction which the gentleman m authorities of the Federal Government." Mr. Wise made another argument in regard to the claimein, Thornton, Tredway, Tyler, Walter, Williams, Wise, and Wysor.--60. Naye.--Messrs. Armstrong,ed States." Debated by Messrs. Summers and Wise, and adopted — a yes 78, noes not counted. o the line of policy they should pursue. Mr. Wise replied, and read the dispatch to which he pr called forth a laugh from the "Union" side.) Mr. Wise, in continuing his remarks, paid an eloquent m free to determine their future policy. Mr. Wise moved to amend by striking out the word "themeople of Virginia." Agreed to--73 to 21. Mr. Wise moved to further amend by striking out all afright; but, right or wrong, my country." Mr. Wise said that was a very good fourth of July orat[9 more...]
. The pending question being on Mr. Speed's amendment to the amendment of Mr. Wise, the vote was taken and it was rejected. The question recurring on Mr. WiMr. Wise's motion to strike out all after the word "Commonwealth," it was decided in the negative — years 32. nays 79. Mr. Bruce, of Halifax, moved to strike out the He hoped the Committee would see the obvious propriety of the amendment. Mr. Wise opposed the amendment, not so much on his own behalf as on behalf of the gentlcomprehend the position of the question, considerable confusion prevailed, and Mr. Wise moved an adjournment, which was defeated. Mr. Willey said as the questionsible, and should now vote for the original resolutions. Messrs. Slaughter, Wise, Kent, Echols, Early and Brown defined their position; a very amusing colloquy between the last named gentlemen and Mr. Wise kept the house in a state of merriment. Pending the consideration of the subject, On motion of Mr. Branch, the