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Senate. During the debate a warm controversy ensued between Messrs Fiery and Briscoe, in which the latter was denounced as a "traitor in heart and in action." Mr. Fiery said he could prove him to be so from his record. It was only owing to the clemency of the General Governmend he or any other Senator who calls him a traitor is a liar. Mr. Fiery--Do you call me a liar? Mr. Brisooe--If you pronounce me a traitor I say you are. Mr. Fiery--I have proven from your record as a member of the Senate that you are a traitor. Mr. Briscoe--Then you prove yourself a liar. Mr. Fiery then stated there were other places for these things. Mr. Briscoe replied he was satisfied, ainued his remarks. On the conclusion of Mr. Briscoe's reply, Mr. Fiery stated he had nothing more to say as to the merits of the resolutfollowing vote: Yeas--Messrs. Bayne, Bayless, Campbell, Crane, Fiery, Given, Kemp, Ohr, Purnell, Rowles, Tome, Waters, and Willis--13.