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It was decided in the negative, 5 Yeas,

Mr. James J. McKay

Mr, David S. Reid

Mr. Stephen Strong
John P. Martin
R. Barnwell Rhett

Jacob Thompson
Barclay Martin
Robert W. Roberts

George W. Towns
Joseph Morris
Cullen Sawtelle

William M. Tredway
Isaac E. Morse
John F. Scammon

Horace Wheaton
Archibald C. Niven
James A. Seddon

William W. Wick
Isaac Parish
Alexander D. Sims

Hezekiah Williams
William W. Payne
Leopard H. Sims

Bradford R. Wood
Augustus L. Perrill
Richard F. Simpson

Thomas M. Woodruff
Timothy Pillsbury
Thomas Smith

Joseph A. Woodward
George Rathbun
Frederick P. Stanton

William L. Yancey.
So the said amendment striking out the word “salt” was concurred in.
Mr. Phelps moved that the said last named vote be reconsidered.
And the question being put,

100 Nays,

. 106 The yeas and nays being desired by one-fifth of the members present,

Those who voted in the affirmative are-
Mr. Stephen Adams
Mr. Samuel Gordon

Mr. Barclay Martin
Archibald Atkinson
Martin Grover

Joseph Morris
Thomas H. Bayly
Hannibal Hamlin

Isaac E. Morse
Henry Bedinger
Hugh A. Haralson

Isaac Parish
Charles S. Benton
John H. Harmanson

William W. Payne
Asa Biggs
Thomas J. Henley

Augustus L. Perrill
James A. Black
Joseph P. Hoge

John S. Phelps
James B. Bowlin
Isaac E. Holmes

Timothy Pillsbury
Linn Boyd
George W. Hopkins

George Rathbun
William H. Brockenbrough William J. Hough

David S. Reid
William G. Brown
George S. Houston

James H. Relfe
Armistead Burt
Edmund W. Hubard

R. Barnwell Rhett
Charles W. Cathcart
James B. Hunt

Robert W. Roberts
Augustus A. Chapman Robert M. T. Hunter

Cullen Sawtelle
Reuben Chapman
Timothy Jenkins

William Sawyer
Lucien B. Chase
Joseph Johnson

John F. Scammon
John S. Chipman
George W. Jones

James A. Seddon
Henry S. Clarke
Seaborn Jones

Alexander D. Sims
Howell Cobb
David S. Kaufman

Leonard H. Sims
John F. Collin
Andrew Kennedy

Richard F. Simpson
Albert Constable
Preston King

Thomas Smith
Alvan Cullom
John W. Lawrence

Frederick P. Stanton
Francis A. Cunningham Shelton F. Leake

Stephen Strong
John R. J. Daniel
Emile La Sère

Jacob Thompson
Edmund S. Dargan
John H. Lumpkin

Allen G. Thurman
Jefferson Davis
William B. Maclay

John W. Tibbatts
John De Mott
John A. McClernand

George W. Towns
James C. Dobbin
Felix G. McConnell

William M. Tredway
George C. Dromgoole John D. McCrate

Horace Wheaton
Robert P. Dunlap
Joseph J. McDowell

William W. Wick
Samuel S. Ellsworth
James McDowell

Hezekiah Williams
James J. Faran
James J. McKay

Joseph A. Woodward
Orlando B. Ficklin
John P. Martin

William L. Yancey.
George Fries

Those who voted in the negative are-
Mr. Amos Abbott

Mr. William W. Campbell Mr. Paul Dillingham, jr.
John Quincy Adams
John H. Campbell

James Dixon
Lemuel H. Arnold
Charles H. Carroll

Alfred Dockery.
George Ashmun
John G. Chapman

Joseph E. Edsall
Daniel M. Barringer
William M. Cocke

Jacob Erdman
Joshua F. Bell
Jacob Collamer

John H. Ewing
James Black
Henry Y. Cranston

Edwin H. Ewing
John Blanchard
John H. Crozier

Solomon Foot
Jacob Brinkerhoff
Erastus D. Culver

Henry D. Foster
Richard Brodhead
Cornelius Darragh

William S. Garvin
Milton Brown
Garrett Davis

Meredith P. Gentry
Joseph Buffington
Columbus Delano

Joshua R. Giddings

S Yeas,

Mr. William F. Giles Mr. John H. McHenry Mr. Robert Smith
James Graham

Abraham R. Mcllvaine David A. Starkweather
Henry Grider
George P. Marsh

Alexander H. Stephens
Joseph Grinnell
William S. Miller

Andrew Stewart
James G. Hampton
William A. Moseley

Henry St. John
Alexander Harper
Mace Moulton

John Strohm
Henry W. Hilliard
Moses Norris

George Sykes
Elias B. Holmes
John S. Pendleton

Bannon Ġ. Thibodeaux
John W. Houston
Thomas Perry

William P. Thomasson
Samuel D. Hubbard
James Pollock

Benjamin Thompson
Charles Hudson
Alexander Ramsey

James Thompson
Orville Hungerford
John Ritter

Daniel R. Tilden
Washington Hunt
Julius Rockwell

Robert Toombs
Charles J. Ingersoll
John A. Rockwell

Andrew Trumbo
Joseph R. Ingersoll
Joseph M. Root

Joseph Vance
James H. Johnson
John Runk

Samuel F. Vinton
Andrew Johnson
Joseph Russell

Hugh White
Daniel P. King
Robert C. Schenck

David Wilmot
Owen D. Leib
Henry J. Seaman

Robert C. Winthrop
Abner Lewis
Luther Severance

Thomas M. Woodruff
Lewis C. Levin
Truman Smith

William Wright
Edward Long
Albert Smith

Bryan R. Young
Moses McClean
Caleb B. Smith

Jacob S. Yost.
Edward W. McGaughey
So the House refused to reconsider the said vote.

The question then recurred on agreeing to the further amendment of the committee by inserting " salt” in the schedule of articles free of duty. And the question being put, Will the House agree thereto?

. 105 It was decided in the affirmative, Nays,

· 102 The yeas and nays being desired by one-fifth of the members present,

Those who voted in the affirmative are-
Mr. Amos Abbott

Mr. Joshua R. Giddings Mr. John Ritter
John Quincy Adams
William F. Giles

Julius Rockwell
Joseph H. Anderson
James Graham

John A. Rockwell
Lemuel H. Arnold
Henry Grider

Joseph M. Root
George Ashmun
Joseph Grinnell

John Runk
Daniel M. Barringer
James G. Hampton

Joseph Russell
Joshua F. Bell
Alexander Harper

Robert C. Schenck
James Black
Henry W. Hilliard

Henry J. Seaman
John Blanchard
Elias B. Holmes

Luther Severance
Jacob Brinkerhoff
John W. Houston

Truman Smith
Richard Brodhead
Samuel D. Hubbard

Albert Smith
Milton Brown
Charles Hudson

Caleb B. Smith
Joseph Buffington
Orville Hungerford

David A. Starkweather William W. Campbell Washington Hunt

Alexander H. Stephens
John H. Campbell
Charles J. Ingersoll

Andrew Stewart
Charles H. Carroll
Joseph R. Ingersoll

Henry St. John
William M. Cocke
James H. Johnson

John Strohm
Jacob Collamer
Andrew Johnson

George Sykes
Henry Y. Cranston
Daniel P. King

Bannon G. Thibodeaux
John H. Crozier
Owen D. Leib

William P. Thomasson
Erastus D. Culver
Abner Lewis

Benjamin Thompson
Cornelius Darragh
Lewis C. Levin

James Thompson
Garrett Davis
Edward Long

John W. Tibbatts
Columbus Delano
Moses McClean

Daniel R. Tilden
Paul Dillingham, jr.

Edward W. McGaughey Robert Toombs
James Dixon
John H. McHenry

Andrew Trumbo
Alfred Dockery
Abraham R. Mcllvaine

Joseph Vance
Joseph E. Edsall
George P. Marsh

Samuel F. Vinton
Jacob Erdman
William S. Miller

Hugh White
John H. Ewing
William A. Moseley

David Wilmot
Edwin H. Ewing
Mace Moulton

Robert C. Winthrop
Solomon Foot
Moses Norris

Thomas M. Woodruff
Henry D. Foster
John S. Pendleton

William Wright
William S. Garvin
James Pollock

Bryan R. Young
Meredith P. Gentry
Alexander Ramsey

Jacob S. Yost.

Those who voted in the negative are
Mr. Stephen Adams
Mr. George Fries

Mr. James J. McKay
Archibald Atkinson
Charles Goodyear

John P. Martin
Thomas H. Bayly
Samuel Gordon

Barclay Martin
Henry Bedinger
Martin Grover

Joseph Morris
Charles S. Benton
Hannibal Hamlin

Isaac E. Morse
Asa Biggs
Hugh A. Haralson

Archibald C. Niven
James A. Black
John H. Harmanson

Isaac Parish
James B. Bowlin
Thomas J. Henley

William W. Payne
Linn Boyd
Joseph P. Hoge

Augustus L. Perrill
William H. Brockenbrough Isaac E. Holmes

John S. Phelps
William G. Brown
George W. Hopkins

Timothy Pillsbury
Armistead Burt
William J. Hough

David S. Reid
Charles W. Cathcart
George S. Houston

James H. Relfe
Augustus A. Chapman Edmund W. Hubard

R. Barnwell Rhett
Reuben Chapman
James B. Hunt

Robert W. Roberts
Lucien B. Chase
Robert M. T. Hunter

Cullen Sawtelle
John S. Chipman
Timothy Jenkins

William Sawyer
Henry S. Clarke
Joseph Johnson

John F. Scammon
Howell Cobb
George W. Jones

James A. Seddon
John F. Collin
Seaborn Jones

Alexander D. Sims
Albert Constable
David S. Kaufman

Leonard H. Sims
Alvan Cullom
Andrew Kennedy

Richard F. Simpson
Francis A. Cunningham Preston King

Thomas Smith
John R. J. Daniel
John W. Lawrence

Frederick P. Stanton
Edmund S. Dargan
Shelton F. Leake

Stephen Strong
Jefferson Davis
Emile La Sère

Jacob Thompson
John De Mott
John H. Lumpkin

Allen G. Thurman
James C. Dobbin
William B. Maclay

George W. Towns
Stephen A. Douglass
Robert McClelland

William M. Tredway
George C. Dromgoole
John A. McClernand

Horace Wheaton
Robert P. Dunlap
Felix G. McConnell

William W. Wick
Samuel S. Ellsworth
John D. McCrate

Hezekiah Williams
James J. Faran
Joseph J. McDowell

Joseph A. Woodward)
Orlando B. Ficklin
James McDowell

William L. Yancey. 3 A motion was made by Mr. Tibbatts that the said last mentioned vote be reconsidered. And the question being put, S Yeas,

104 It was decided in the affirmative, Nays,

· 102 The yeas and nays being desired by one-fifth of the members present,

Those who voted in the affirmative are-
Mr. Stephen Adams

Mr. Francis A. Cunningham Mr. George S. Houston
Joseph H. Andersen
John R. J. Daniel

Edmund W. Hubard
Archibald Atkinson
Edmund S. Dargan

James B. Hunt
Thomas H. Bayly
Jefferson Davis

Robert M. T. Hunter
Henry Bedinger
John De Mott

Joseph Johnson
Charles S. Benton
James C. Dobbin

Andrew Johnson
Asa Biggy
Stephen A. Douglass

George W. Jones
James A. Black
George C. Dromgoole

Seaborn Jones
James B. Bowlin
Robert P. Dunlap

David S. Kaufman
Lin Boyd
Samuel S. Ellsworth

Andrew Kennedy
William H. Brockenbrough James J. Faran

Preston King
William G. Brown
Orlando B. Ficklin

John W. Lawrence
Armistead Burt
George Fries

Shelton F. Leake
Charles W. Cathcart
Samuel Gordon

Emile La Sère
Augustus A. Chapman Martin Grover

John H. Lumpkin
Reuben Chapman
Hannibal Hamlin

William B. Maclay
Lucien B. Chase
Hugh A. Haralson

Robert McClelland
John S. Chipman
John H. Harmanson

John A. McClernand
Henry S. Clarke
Thomas J. Henley

Felix G. McConnell
Howell Cobb
Joseph P. Hoge

John D. McCrate
John F. Collin
Isaac E. Holmes

Joseph J. McDowell
Albert Constable
George W. Hopkins

James McDowell
Alvan Cullom
William J. Hough

James J. McKay

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Mr. John P. Martin

Mr. R. Barnwell Rhett Mr. Stephen Strong
Barclay Martin
Robert W. Roberts

Jacob Thompson
Joseph Morris
Cullen Sawtelle

Allen G. Thurman
Isaac E. Morse
William Sawyer

John W. Tibbatts
Moses Norris
John F. Scammon

George W. Towns
Isaac Parish
James A. Seddon

William M. Tredwoy
William W. Payne
Alexander D. Sims

Horace Wheaton
Augustus L. Perrill
Leonard H. Sims

William W. Wick
John S. Phelps
Richard F. Simpson

Hezekiah Williams
Timothy Pillsbury
Thomas Smith

Joseph A. Woodward
David S. Reid
Robert Smith

William L. Yancey.
James H. Relfe

Frederick P. Stanton
Those who voted in the negative are-
Mr. Amos Abbott

Mr. Joshua R. Giddings Mr. John Ritter
John Quincy Adams
William F. Giles

Julius Rockwell
Lemuel H. Arnold
James Graham

John A. Rockwell
George Ashmun
Henry Grider

Joseph M. Root
Daniel M. Barringer
Joseph Grinnell

John Runk
Joshua F. Bell
James G. Hampton

Joseph Russell
James Black
Alexander Harper

Robert C. Schenck
John Blanchard
Henry W. Hilliard

Henry J. Seaman
Jacob Brinkerhoff
Elias B. Holmes

Luther Severance
Richard Brodhead
John W. Houston

Truman Smith
Milton Brown
Samuel D. Hubbard

Albert Smith
Joseph Buffington
Charles Hudson

Caleb B. Smith
William W. Campbell Orville Hungerford

David A. Starkweather John H. Campbell Washington Hunt

Alexander H. Stephens
Charles H. Carroll
Charles J. Ingersoll

Andrew Stewart
William M. Cocke
Joseph R. Ingersoll

Henry St. John
Jacob Collamer
James H. Johnson

John Strohm
Henry Y. Cranston
Daniel P. King

George Sykes
John H. Crozier
Owen D. Leib

Bannon G. Thibodeaux
Erastus D. Culver
Abner Lewis

William P. Thomasson
Cornelius Darragh
Lewis C. Levin

Benjamin Thompson
Garrett Davis
Edward Long

James Thompson
Columbus Delano
Moses McClean

Daniel R. Tilden
Paul Dillingham, jr.

Edward W. McGaughey Robert Toombs
James Dixon
John H. McHenry

Andrew Trumbo
Alfred Dockery

Abraham R. Mcllvaine Joseph Vance
Joseph
E. Edsall
George P. Marsh

Samuel F. Vinton
Jacob Erdman
William S. Miller

Hugh White
John H. Ewing
William A. Moseley

David Wilmot
Edwin H. Ewing
Mace Moulton

Robert C. Winthrop
Solomon Foot
John S. Pendleton

Thomas M. Woodruff
Henry D. Foster
Thomas Perry

William Wright
William S. Garvin
James Pollock

Bryan R. Young
Meredith P. Gentry
Alexander Ramsey

Jacob S. Yoat.
So the said vote was reconsidered.

The question again recurred on agreeing to the said amendment of the committee by inserting “salt” in the schedule of articles free of duty. And being put,

104 Nays,

105 The yeas and nays being desired by one-fifth of the members present,

Those who voted in the affirmative are-
Mr. Amos Abbott

Mr. Richard Brodhead Mr. Erastus D. Culver
John Quincy Adams
Milton Brown

Cornelius Darragh
Joseph H. Anderson
Joseph Buffington

Garrett Davis
Lemuel H. Arnold
William W. Campbell

Columbus Delano
George Ashmun
John H. Campbell

Paul Dillingham, jr.
Daniel M. Barringer
Charles H. Carroll

James Dixon
Joshua F. Bell
William M. Cocke

Alfred Dockery
James Black
Jacob Collamer

Joseph E. Edsall
John Blanchard
Henry Y. Cranston

Jacob Erdman
Jacob Brinkerhoff
John H. Crozier

John H. Ewing

.

It was decided in the negative, 5 Yeas,

Mr. Edwin H. Ewing Mr. Lewis C. Levin

Mr. Albert Smith
Solomon Foot
Edward Long

Caleb B. Smith
Henry D. Foster
Moses McClean

David A. Starkweather
William S. Garvin

Edward W. McGaughey Alexander H. Stephens
Meredith P. Gentry
John H. McHenry

Andrew Stewart
Joshua R. Giddings

Abraham R. Mclivaine Henry St. John
William F. Giles
George P. Marsh

John Strohm
James Graham
William S. Miller

George Sykes
Henry Grider
William A. Moseley

Bannon Ġ. Thibodeaux
Joseph Grinnell
Mace Moulton

William P. Thomasson
James G. Hampton
Moses Norris

Benjamin Thompson
Alexander Harper
John S. Pendleton

James Thompson
Henry W. Hilliard
Thomas Perry

Daniel R. Tilden
Elias B. Holmes
James Pollock

Robert Toombs • John W. Houston

Alexander Ramsey

Andrew Trumbo
Samuel D. Hubbard
John Ritter

Joseph Vance
Charles Hudson
Julius Rockwell

Samuel F. Vinton
Orville Hungerford
John A. Rockwell

Hugh White
Washington Hunt
Joseph M. Root

David Wilmot
Charles J. Ingersoll
John Runk

Robert C. Winthrop
Joseph R. Ingersoll
Joseph Russell

Thomas M. Woodruff
James H. Johnson
Robert C. Schenck

William Wright
Daniel P. King
Henry J. Seaman

Bryan R. Young
Owen D. Leib
Luther Severance

Jacob S. Yost.
Abner Lewis

Truman Smith
Those who voted in the negative are-
Mr. Stephen Adams

Mr. Charles Goodyear Mr. Barclay Martin
Archibald Atkinson
Samuel Gordon

Joseph Morris
Thomas H. Bayly
Martin Grover

Isaac E. Morse
Henry Bedinger
Hannibal Hamlin

Archibald C. Niven
Charles S. Benton
Hugh A. Haralson

Isaac Parish
Asa Biggs
John H. Harmanson

William W. Payne
James A. Black
Thomas J. Henley

Augustus L. Perrill
James B. Bowlin
Joseph P. Hoge

John S. Phelps
Linn Boyd
Isaac E. Holmes

Timothy Pillsbury
William H. Brockenbrough George W. Hopkins

David S. Reid
William G. Brown
William J. Hough

James H. Relfe
Armistead Burt
George S. Houston

R. Barnwell Rhett
Charles W. Cathcart
Edmund W. Hubard

Robert W. Roberts
Augustus A. Chapman James B. Hunt

Cullen Sawtelle
Reuben Chapman
Robert M. T. Hunter

William Sawyer
Lucien B. Chase
Joseph Johnson

John F. Scammon
John S. Chipman
Andrew Johnson

James A. Seddon
Henry S. Clarke
George W. Jones

Alexander D. Sims
Howell Cobb
Seaborn Jones

Leonard H. Sims
John F. Collin
David S. Kaufman

Richard F. Simpson
Albert Constable
Andrew Kennedy

Thomas Smith
Alvan Cullom
Preston King

Robert Smith
Francis A. Cunningham
John W. Lawrence

Frederick P. Stanton
John R. J. Daniel
Shelton F. Leake

Stephen Strong
Edmund S. Dargan
Emile La Sere

Jacob Thompson
Jefferson Davis
John H. Lumpkin

Allen G. Thurman
John De Mott
William B. Maclay

John W. Tibbatts
James C. Dobbin
Robert McClelland

George W. Towns
Stephen A. Douglasg
John A. McClernand

William M. Tredway
George C. Dromgoole Felix G. McConnell

Horace Wheaton
Robert P. Dunlap
John D. McCrate

William W. Wick
Samuel S. Ellsworth
Joseph J. McDowell

Hezekiah Williams
James J. Faran
James McDowell

Bradford R. Wood
Orlando B. Ficklin
James J. McKay

Joseph A. Woodward
George Fries
John P. Martin

William L. Yancey. So the said amendment was rejected, and the article “salt” comes within that class of articles not specially provided for, as fixed by the third section of the bill, at twenty per centum ad valorem.

The following amendment was then read, viz:
Strike out all of section five after the word “next,” in the second line,

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