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d the following: "Resolved, That the report of General John Preston, Superintendent of Conscription, shows laxity and culpable neglect in the execution of the conscript law. "Resolved, That neither Congress nor the country looks to General Pillow for a faithful execution of the laws; and any failure, delay or partiality in their execution must rest upon the President and not on General Pillow. "Resolved, That General Preston is in error as to the number of conscripts furnished byGeneral Pillow. "Resolved, That General Preston is in error as to the number of conscripts furnished by the State of North Carolina, as well as in the number of his so-called quasi volunteers." Mr. Turner stated that General Preston had done great injustice to North Carolina, and that this was not the first time in the reports of that officer, or in the remarks of gentlemen on this floor, that the State of North Carolina had been reflected upon. But, sir, North Carolina is known through the whole country for her patriotism and readiness to obey constitutional laws. Mr. Turner proceede