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rincipally between the Kentucky members, in which Clay Smith and Brutus J. Clay were violently attacked by Mr.iminations. We give a portion of the debate: Mr. Smith, (Rep.,) of Ky., as a Southern man, identified withas given evidence of the fact that she does. Mr. Smith asked whether Kentucky did not, after the assurancleague himself. Did his colleague deny that? Mr. Smith.--I do deny it. Mr. Mallory said the voice ofhe emancipation proclamation as a usurpation. Mr. Smith explained his position in the late canvass, which Wadsworth, (Opp.) of Ky., referred to a speech of Mr. Smith, to show that the latter was opposed to the radicahe would vote for a war Democrat for Speaker. Mr. Smith replied that there was no war Democrat he could voe war. Mr. Wadsworth arraigned his colleague (Mr. Smith) for his betrayal of the Union party of Kentucky, o the radical measures of the administration. Mr. Smith explained that he went with the election on the pr