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y members, in which Clay Smith and Brutus J. Clay were violently attacked by Mr. Mallory and others of their colleagues for acting with the Republicans in the organifoundation of the rebellion our efforts will be effectual. [Applause.] Mr. Mallory, (Opp) of Ky., entered his solemn protest against the sentiments uttered by thousand majority for the Union and the enforcement of the laws? Mr. Mallory replied yes, but against the administration of President Lincoln, as denounce himself. Did his colleague deny that? Mr. Smith.--I do deny it. Mr. Mallory said the voice of Kentucky, as expressed through her Legislature and Conventve to Union men, and whether he would make restitution of their slaves. Mr. Mallory replied that he would carry on the war with all the power the Constitution c to know whether or he was included in the charge of violating pledges. Mr. Mallory replied that he had not in the remotest manner alluded to his colleague. He