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&c. We make some exchange from the proceeding of the Northern Congress on Friday, July 2d. The Confiscation bill, it will be and that the are the thing shall be (inspected of.) Senate. The Confiscation Bill was taken at: Mr. Doolittle (Rep, Wisc.) said there were never such grave confiscations presented in one bill before Congress. The first section might Thousands of millions of dollars of property, and the second section would conscript, and at 2,000,000 slaves, and hing shall be (inspected of.) Senate. The Confiscation Bill was taken at: Mr. Doolittle (Rep, Wisc.) said there were never such grave confiscations presented in one bill before Congress. The first section might Thousands of millions of dollars of property, and the second section would conscript, and at 2,000,000 slaves, and rebel masters. Mr. (Rep, Ohio.) in his eighths. Mr. Doolittle--My friend That making the case still Mr. imagined by any man. it is
The Northern Congress.Debate on the Confiscation bill. &c. We make some exchange from the proceeding of the Northern Congress on Friday, July 2d. The Confiscation bill, it will be and that the are the thing shall be (inspected of.) Senate. The Confiscation Bill was taken at: Mr. Doolittle (Rep, Wisc.) said there were never such grave confiscations presented in one bill before Congress. The first section might Thousands of millions of dollars of property, and the second section would conscript, and at 2,000,000 slaves, and rebel masters. Mr. (Rep, Ohio.) in his eighths. Mr. Doolittle--My friend That making the case still Mr. imagined by any man. it is