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The Daily Dispatch: February 3, 1865., [Electronic resource] 4 0 Browse Search
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ions shall be held on the first Monday in November, 1865, and upon the same day of each second year thereafter. Referred to the Judiciary Committee. On motion of Mr. Watson, of Mississippi, a concurrent resolution was passed, authorizing the Special Committee on the Condition and Treatment of Prisoners, to investigate and report upon, in addition, the violations by the enemy of the rules of civilized warfare, and also into the subject of the exchange of prisoners. On motion, by Mr. Burnett, the bill to abolish the office of quartermasters, etc., was reconsidered, and an amendment being made, excepting from the operation of the clause revoking all details "skilled mechanics and artizans permanently employed in said departments," the bill was passed. Mr. Walker, from the Judiciary Committee, reported a bill to provide supplies for the army and to prescribe the mode of making impressments, which was ordered to be printed. At the same time, Mr. Walker asked that the commi
Sudden death. --The body of a man named George W. Burnett, living on the lower end of Main street, was found dead in his bed yesterday morning, he having died during the preceding night without the knowledge of any person thereabouts. Coroner Little was called on to view the body soon after its discovery, but deemed an inquest unnecessary, as it was evident that he died from excessive drunkenness.