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The Northern Congress.Spicy debate.Senator Bright's case. The subjoined debate of the Yankee Congress, upon the case of Senator Bright, oSenator Bright, of Indiana, was unavoidably crowded out of our issue of yesterday, because of the great press of late and interesting news: The case of Mr.Mr. Bright was then taken up. Mr. Davis, (Union,) of Ky., made an explanation of what Mr. Harlan had said in regard to the law against teach
n replied that if it could be proved that it was the intention of Mr. Bright to aid the traitors, there could be no doubt of his treason.
The ny means whatever to put it down.
He (Mr. Cowan) understood that Mr. Bright belonged to the party which did not believe in secession, but tho as it was simply following the example of the circle in which he (Mr. Bright) moved.
He (Mr. Cowan) was willing to admit that the writing of such a letter was a great folly; but he thought that Mr. Bright might have looked at the matter from another stand- point, and he (Mr. Cowan)