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he foregoing resolutions were passed at the time in secret session: Yeas.--Messrs. Alderson, Armstrong, Ball, Christian of Augusta, Coghill, Douglas, Frazier, Garnett, Garrison, Hunter, Keen, Lewis, Nash, Neeson, Newlon, Newman of Mason, Newman of Madison, Stevenson, Spitler, Tayloe, Taylor and Thomas--22. Nays.--Messrs. Bales, Bruce, Christian of Middlesex, Collier, Dickinson, Dulaney, Graham, Guy, Hart, Jones, Logan, Lynch, Quesenberry, Saunders, Wiley and Witten--16. Admiral Buchanan appearing in the hall, on motion, the chair was vacated for ten minutes, in order to give the members of the Senate an opportunity to be introduced to him. When the President resumed the chair, the order of the day, being the Senate bill imposing taxes for the support of Government, was taken up and amended, and discussed till the hour of adjournment. Evening session. The entire evening session was taken up in perfecting the bills imposing taxes for the current year.
The Daily Dispatch: March 2, 1865., [Electronic resource], Proclamation by the President, appointing a day of fasting, humiliation and prayer, with thanksgiving. (search)
e of Saturday evening on the Louisiana question, "Mr. Carlile, of Virginia, took the floor in opposition to the resolution. In the course of his remarks, Mr. Carlile was asked a question in regard to the legality of the Government of West Virginia, and he replied that, if he had the means of supporting his family without the three thousand a year he received as a Senator, he would have resigned his seat on the very day that the State of West Virginia was recognized by the Senate." James Buchanan, late President of the United States, reports his income, for the last year, as having been eleven thousand, one hundred and eleven dollars. Stephen Girard. Stephen Girard has not been so long dead but many of the present generation still remember him distinctly, and his peculiarities; and no man possessed peculiarities of a more striking character.--Various sketches of his life have been given to the public, but the following, from the North American Review for January, is more