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Georgia (Georgia, United States) (search for this): article 6
e statements made by the gentleman from Tennessee, Mr. Foots, in his speech of yesterday, relative to the correspondence between the President and the Governor of Georgia, on this subject. He understood the gentleman to justify the action of Gov. Brown. He wished to know if the gentleman approved of the act of the Governor in hiso the militia officers of the State to disregard the Conscript Act passed at the last session of Congress. He held here, and at home, that act of the Governor of Georgia was unpatriotic, and would not be sustained by the people of his State. Mr. Foote would inquire of the gentleman if he did not know that Gov. Brown's oppositution respecting the monthly pay of soldiers in our army. Mr. Strickland, of Ga., offered a resolution to put in operation the mint at Dahlonega, in the State of Georgia. Also, a bill to amend the Sequestration Act, passed August 30, 1861. Mr. Trippe, of Ga, presented a joint resolution in relation to the discharge of n
Missouri (Missouri, United States) (search for this): article 6
eport to this House what number of additional troops would be raised by the extension of the Conscript bill. Referred to the Military Committee. Mr. Perkins,of La., offered a resolution that the Military Committee be instructed to inquire into the propriety of providing by law for the relief from duty in the civil service, and as clerks in the Quartermaster and Commissary Departments of the army, of all persons between the ages of 18 and 35, and employing in their places those who have be come disqualified for active service. Referred. Mr. Singleton, of Miss., offered a resolution that the Military Committee be instructed to inquire into the propriety of so amending the Conscript Act that when a substitute deserts the principal be required to take his place. Referred. Mr. Bell, of Mo., presented a bill entitled an 'Act to provide for the raising and organising, in the State of Missouri, of additional troops for the Provisional army. On motion, the House adjourned.
Fort Warren (Massachusetts, United States) (search for this): article 6
tions in the Provisional Army of the Confederate States, and to amend the act entitled an act to provide further for the public defence, approved April 16th, 1862. Mr. Bonham offered a resolution of thanks to Col. Thomas G. Lamar and the officers and soldiers of his command for their brilliant victory over the enemy at Secessionville. Agreed to. Mr. Villers offered a resolution requesting the President to take some steps to secure the exchange of Pierre Soule, now a prisoner at Fort Warren.--Resolution adopted. On motion of Mr. Jones, of Tenn, the House then resolved itself into Committee of the Whole on the President's message and accompanying documents, Mr. Curry, of Ala, in the chair. Mr. Kennan, of Ga, being entitled to the floor, addressed the House in support of the Conscript bill. He alluded to some statements made by the gentleman from Tennessee, Mr. Foots, in his speech of yesterday, relative to the correspondence between the President and the Governor o
South Carolina (South Carolina, United States) (search for this): article 6
ayer by Bishop Early. Journal of yesterday road. The following gentlemen have been appointed by the Speaker, under the resolution of Mr. Clarke, of Ga., to investigate the management of Military Hospital: Mosars. Wright, of Ge.; Parrow, of S. C.; Goode, of Va.; Smith, of N. C., and Bell, of Mo. On motion of Mr. Holt, of Ga., Hon. Mr. Hartridge was added to the Committee on Commerce. Mr. Miles, of S. C., introduced a bill to authorize the grant of models as a reward for courage S. C., introduced a bill to authorize the grant of models as a reward for courage and good conduct on the field of battle. Also, a bill to change the organization of the engineer corps of the Provisional Army. Also, an act to authorize the appointment of additional officers of artillery for ordnance duties. Also, a bill concerning partisan rangers. Also, an act to regulate promotions in the Provisional Army of the Confederate States, and to amend the act entitled an act to provide further for the public defence, approved April 16th, 1862. Mr. Bonham offered a resolu
Military hospital (United Kingdom) (search for this): article 6
Confederate States Congress.[adjourned session.]Senate.not in session. House of Representatives. Saturday, Aug. 23, 1862. House met at 12 o'clock, and was opened with prayer by Bishop Early. Journal of yesterday road. The following gentlemen have been appointed by the Speaker, under the resolution of Mr. Clarke, of Ga., to investigate the management of Military Hospital: Mosars. Wright, of Ge.; Parrow, of S. C.; Goode, of Va.; Smith, of N. C., and Bell, of Mo. On motion of Mr. Holt, of Ga., Hon. Mr. Hartridge was added to the Committee on Commerce. Mr. Miles, of S. C., introduced a bill to authorize the grant of models as a reward for courage and good conduct on the field of battle. Also, a bill to change the organization of the engineer corps of the Provisional Army. Also, an act to authorize the appointment of additional officers of artillery for ordnance duties. Also, a bill concerning partisan rangers. Also, an act to regulate promotions in the Provi
North Carolina (North Carolina, United States) (search for this): article 6
e of a disposition to raise the standard of revolt. Mr. Wright regretted the necessity that required him to take the floor, especially in opposition to his colleague (Mr. Herbert.) It was true he had not been in Texas since the passage of the Conscript bill, but he had been with the army at Tupelo, where he had mingled freely with ten thousand of the soldiers of his State, and among them all he had not found one dozen who did not cordially acquiesce in the bill. Mr. Gaither, of North Carolina, said that it was known that he voted against the Conscript measure, but had acquiesced in it, and had advised his people to do the same. The people had responded to it, but it was not a favorite mode of raising troops in his State. He was not in favor of repealing the present law, but for carrying it out in all its provisions. But the question was not on its repeal, but whether it should be extended. He thought the army should be increased at least 300,000. How should this be done?
Tennessee (Tennessee, United States) (search for this): article 6
solution requesting the President to take some steps to secure the exchange of Pierre Soule, now a prisoner at Fort Warren.--Resolution adopted. On motion of Mr. Jones, of Tenn, the House then resolved itself into Committee of the Whole on the President's message and accompanying documents, Mr. Curry, of Ala, in the chair. Mr. Kennan, of Ga, being entitled to the floor, addressed the House in support of the Conscript bill. He alluded to some statements made by the gentleman from Tennessee, Mr. Foots, in his speech of yesterday, relative to the correspondence between the President and the Governor of Georgia, on this subject. He understood the gentleman to justify the action of Gov. Brown. He wished to know if the gentleman approved of the act of the Governor in his order to the militia officers of the State to disregard the Conscript Act passed at the last session of Congress. He held here, and at home, that act of the Governor of Georgia was unpatriotic, and would not b
Secessionville (South Carolina, United States) (search for this): article 6
an act to authorize the appointment of additional officers of artillery for ordnance duties. Also, a bill concerning partisan rangers. Also, an act to regulate promotions in the Provisional Army of the Confederate States, and to amend the act entitled an act to provide further for the public defence, approved April 16th, 1862. Mr. Bonham offered a resolution of thanks to Col. Thomas G. Lamar and the officers and soldiers of his command for their brilliant victory over the enemy at Secessionville. Agreed to. Mr. Villers offered a resolution requesting the President to take some steps to secure the exchange of Pierre Soule, now a prisoner at Fort Warren.--Resolution adopted. On motion of Mr. Jones, of Tenn, the House then resolved itself into Committee of the Whole on the President's message and accompanying documents, Mr. Curry, of Ala, in the chair. Mr. Kennan, of Ga, being entitled to the floor, addressed the House in support of the Conscript bill. He alluded t
Dahlonega (Georgia, United States) (search for this): article 6
ith the Federal fleet on the Mississippi. Mr. Clopton, of Ala., offered a resolution to in struct the Judiciary Committee to inquire what legislation, if any, is necessary to protect the Government and people of the Confederate States against the disastrous consequences of a counterfeited currency, Adopted. Mr. Hanley, of Ark., offered a resolution respecting the monthly pay of soldiers in our army. Mr. Strickland, of Ga., offered a resolution to put in operation the mint at Dahlonega, in the State of Georgia. Also, a bill to amend the Sequestration Act, passed August 30, 1861. Mr. Trippe, of Ga, presented a joint resolution in relation to the discharge of non-commissioned officers and privates in certain cases. Referred to the Military Committee. Mr. Read, of Ky., offered a resolution that the office of Sergeant-at-Arms be created, and that this House proceed to elect such officer on Monday, the 25th of August. This resolution was withdrawn without action u
United States (United States) (search for this): article 6
Confederate States Congress.[adjourned session.]Senate.not in session. House of Representatives. Saturday, Aug. 23, 1862. House met at 12 o'clock, and was opened with prayer by Bishop Early. Journal of yesterday road. The following gentlemen have been appointed by the Speaker, under the resolution of Mr. Clarke, ofal officers of artillery for ordnance duties. Also, a bill concerning partisan rangers. Also, an act to regulate promotions in the Provisional Army of the Confederate States, and to amend the act entitled an act to provide further for the public defence, approved April 16th, 1862. Mr. Bonham offered a resolution of thanks tla., offered a resolution to in struct the Judiciary Committee to inquire what legislation, if any, is necessary to protect the Government and people of the Confederate States against the disastrous consequences of a counterfeited currency, Adopted. Mr. Hanley, of Ark., offered a resolution respecting the monthly pay of soldi
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