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among Republicans. Stevens, Bingham, Olin. - Senate.
by Saulsbury, Latham, McDougall, Davis. -Resolution defended by
Morrill. - Passed. — Other propositions. - Deep feeling. -Resolutions
of Wilson, White. Committee of Nine. Bill. Noell's bill and
speech. Clements, Wickliffe. - Debate. Henderson, Kennedy, Tur-
the measure. Hale, Wilson, Wade, Sumner, Clark. - Committee's
Debate. House. - Eliot's bill and speech. - Harding, Con-
way. Various propositions. Reports. Select committee. Report
and debate. - Division of sentiment. - Southern views. — Crittenden,
Mallory.-Northern opposition. —-Cox, Law, Thomas. —Noell, Loomis,
Julian, Beaman, Rice. Southern utterances. — Menzies, Price. — Eliot's
speech and substitute passed. Senate. Committee of conference.
Bill becomes a law
Proclamation incomplete. Legislation required.
amendment. Joint resolution. Referred. Similar action in the
Senate. - Thirteenth Amendment. - Debate. Trumbull, Wilson.
Opposition. Davis, Powell, Saulsbury, McDougall, Hendricks. - Fac-
tious amendments. - Southern support. - Henderson, Johnson. Rev-
erent references and appeals. Hale, Sumner. - Passed. - House.
Morris. Opposed by Wood, Holman, Pendleton, Kalbfleisch. - Sup-
ported by Shannon, Higby, Kelley, Arnold. - Failure. - XXXVIIIth
Brooks, Stevens. - Ashley's
motion to reconsider. - Debate. - Orth, Scofield, Davis, Kasson, Mc-
Bride, Baldwin, Jenckes, Grinnell, Woodbridge, Morris, Patterson, Stevens,
Yeaman, Smithers, Smith. - Change of votes. - McAllister, Coffroth,
Herrick. Bitter opposition by Brooks, Bliss, Rogers, Ward, Mallory,
Clay, White, Townsend, Voorhees, Holman, Cox, Pendleton, Harding.
Democrats supporting. — Rollins, King, Odell. Closing vote. - Great
excitement. Passed. Accepted by the States. Proclamation. -Vari-
ous motives. Radical character of the result. - New departure