ridges, H. W. Bruce, E. M. Bruce, Chambliss, Chisman, Clapp, Clopton, Collier, Cook, Crockett, Curvin, Curry, Dargan, Davis, Dawkins, Dejarnett, Ewing, Farrow, Foote, Foater, Freeman, Gardenheir, Gartrell, Gentry, Graham, Gray, Hanly, Hartridge, Heiskell, Herbert, Hilton, Hoge, Holcomb, Holt, Johnson, Kenan of Ga., Kenan of N. C., Kenner, Lander, Lyon, Machen, Marshall, McDowell, McLean, Menees, Miles, Moore, Perkins, Pugh, Royston, Russell, Sexton, Smith of Ala., Smith of N. C., Strickland, Swann.
Tibbs, Trippe, Vest, Villere, Welch, Wilcox, Wright of Texas, Wright of Tenn, and Mr. Speaker.--74.
Noes.--Messrs. Breckinridge, Conrad, Conroe, Dupre, Harris, and Lyons.--6.
Absent, or not voting.--Messrs. Arrington, Barksdale, Boteler, Burnett, Chambers, Chilton, Clarke, Davidson, Elliott, Gaither. Garland, Garnett, Goode, Hyer, Jones, Lewis, Mckae, McQueen, Mumerlyn, Preston, Ralls, Read, Singleton, Smith of Va., Staples, and Wright of Ga.
Mr. Harris, of Mo., from the Com
im; and if so, in what court and before what tribunal and with what result.
Whether the said Chas. K. Hyde belongs to the land of naval forces of the Confederate States, or is liable to military duty under any law thereof.
Resolved, also, That the president be requested to communicate to this House copies of any orders or any other papers relating to the case of the said Charles K. Hyde, with a statement of any testimony taken in the case.
These resolutions were opposed by Mr. Swann, of Tenn., end sustained by Mr. Baldwin, and were finally agreed to by — ayes 58, noes 13.
Mr. Crockett, of Ky., called up the report of the Committee on Elections in regard to the petition of J. P. Johnson, contesting the seat of A. H. Garland, the sitting member from the Third Congressional District of Arkansas.
Mr. Trippe, of Ga, offered the following substitute for both the majority and minority reports:
Resolved, That a vacancy be, and is hereby declared in the represen
rry Rutledge, Wm. Loving.--Hawkins, W. S. Coxe; 37th Va. reg't, Privates P. H. Green and G. Williams; 47th Ala. reg't, G. W. C. Jarvis; 48th Ala. reg't, W. W. Hardwick and C. Harris, 23d Va. reg't, J B. Black and B. A. Carter; 47th Va. reg't, Lieut, Chandler; 5th N. C. battalion, S. T. Gee; 11th Va. reg't, James R. Rice; Danville artillery, G. W. Keesee; 1st La. reg't. A. Thurnway and — Crangle; 2d La. reg't, J. A. Prim, E. Well Ashley Covington, Wm. Smith, privates, and Lieuts. McBride; and Swann; 9th La. reg't, Capt. G. W. Chadbourne, privates J. A. Hesser, J, Pervis, D. C. Cobb; 15th La. reg't, Serg't Clack and Private Jack Haley, 10th La, reg't F. Price.
Among the wounded still at the hospital at Sharpsburg we find the names of the following officers Col. R. Penn, 42d Virginia regiment, thigh amputated, 48th Alabama regiment, Lieut. W. M. Hard-wicks, wounded in foot; 1st Louisiana regiment, Lieut. Lawrence, leg amputated; Lieut. Mallory, wounded in both legs; 2d Louisiana reg