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The Daily Dispatch: January 29, 1864., [Electronic resource], Re-enlisting for the War in General Lee's army. (search)
r miscellaneous objects, was taken up and discussed. During the debate the Kentucky members indulged in all acrimonious personal controversy relative to their several political positions with reference to the slavery question. Mr. McDowell, (Opp) of Ind., offered a series of resolutions declaring that the House fully recognizes the fundamental provisions of the Constitution which grant freedom of speech and of the press and the privilege of the writ of habeas corpus, and prevent the illegither the President nor any other person can violate these rights. The resolutions also reaffirm devotion to the Constitution, &c. Mr. Washburne, (Rep) of ill, expressing a desire to debate the resolutions, they lie over. Mr. Edgerton, (Opp.) of Inst., offered a series of resolutions reaffirming the Crittenden resolutions as the basis on which the war should be conducted; condemning the extraordinary assumption of the executive power, and desiring the peace and restoration of the Uni