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Constitution of the United States, and any State lately in insurrection shall have ratified the same, and shall have modified its constitution and laws in conformity therewith, the Senators and Representatives from such State, if found duly elected and qualified, may, after having taken the required oaths of office, be admitted into Congress as such. SEC. 2. And be it further enacted, That when any State lately in insurrection shall have ratified the foregoing amendment to the Constitution, any part of the direct tax under the act of August 5, 1861, which may remain due and unpaid in such State may be assumed and paid by such State; and the payment thereof, upon proper assurances from such State to be given to the Secretary of the Treasury of the United States, may be postponed for a period not exceeding ten years from and after the passage of this act.

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confederate States of America, so called, and the

heads of departments thereof. 2. Those who in other countries acted as agents of the confedorate States of America, so called. 3. Heads of Departments of the United States, officers of the army and navy of the United States, and all persons educated at the Military or Naval Academy of the United States, judges of the courts of the United States, and members of either House of the Thirty-Sixth Congress of the United States who gave aid or comfort to the late rebellion. 4. Those who acted as officers of the confederate States of America, so called, above the grade of colonel in the army or master in the navy, and any one who, as Governor of either of the so-called confederate States, gave aid or comfort to the rebellion. 5. Those who have treated officers or soldiers or sailors of the army or navy of the United States, captured during the late war, otherwise than lawfully as prisoners of war.

Neither of these bills has been voted on up to the time this page goes to press.

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Representatives shall be o among

the several States which may be included within this Union according to the number of male citizens of the United States over twenty-one years of age having the qualifications requisite for electors of the most numerous branch of the State legislature. The Congress, at their first session after the ratification of this amendment by the required number of States, shall provide by law for the actual enumeration of such voters; and such actual enumeration shall be separately made in a general census of the population of all the States within every subsequent term of ten years, in such manner as the Congress may by law direct. The number of Representatives shall not exceed one for every one hundred and twenty-five thousand of actual population, but each State shall have at least one Representative. Mr. Schenck's substitute was disagreed to— yeas 29, nays 131, as follow :

YEAs—Messrs. Anderson, Bromwell. Bundy, Reader W. Clarke, Sidney Clarke, Darling, Davis, Defrees, Farnsworth, Abner C. Harding, Hayes, Hill, Chester D. Hubbard, James Hubbell, Jas. Humphrey, Ingersoll, Kuykendall, William wrence, Marshall, McCullough, Miller, Orth, Pike, Ross, henck, Shellabarger, Sloan, Thornton, Van IIorn—29. NAys—Messrs. Alloy, Allison, Ames, James M. Ashley, Baker, Banks, Barker, Baxter, Beaman, Benjamin, Bergen, Bidwell, Bingham, Blaine, Blow, Boutwell, Boyer, BrandeBrooks, Broomall, Buckland. Chanler, Cobb, Conkling, , Cullom, Dawes, Dawson, Delano, Deming, Denison, ixon, Donnelly, Eckley, Eggleston, Eldridge, Eliot, Farquhar, Ferry, Finck, Garfield, Grider, Grinnell, Griswold, ale, Aaron Harding, Harris, Hart, Hogan, Holmes, Hooper, Hotchkiss, Asahel W. Hubbard, Demas IIubbard, jr., John H. Hubbard, Edwin N. Hubbell, Hulburd, James M. Humphrey, Jenckes, Johnson, Julian, Kasson, Relley, Kelso, Kerr, Ketcham, Laflin, Latham, George W. Lawrence, Le Blond, Longyear, Lynch, Marston, Marvin, McClurg, McIndoe, McINee, Mercur, Moorhead, Morrill, Morris, Moulp, Myers, Niblack, Nicholson, Noell, O'Neill, Paine, Patter*. Perham, Phelps, Plants, Pomeroy, Price, Samuel J. Randall, William H. Randall, Alexander II. Rice, John II. Rice, Ritter, Rogers, Rollins, Sawyer, Scofield, Shanklin, Smith, Spalding, Starr, Stevens, Strouse, Taber, Taylor, Thayer, Francis Thomas, John L. Thomas, jr., Trimble, Upson, Van Aernam, Burt Van Horn, Voorhees, Ward, Warner, Ellihu B. Washburne, William B. Washburn, Welker, Wentworth, Whaley, Williams, James F. Wilson, Stephen F. Wilson, Windom, Wright—131.

The joint resolution, as reported, was then agreed to—yeas 120, nays 46, as follow:

YEAs—Messrs. Alley, Allison, Ames, Anderson, James M. Ash'ey, Baker, Banks, Barker, Baxter, Beaman, Benjamin, Bidwell, Bingham, Bluine, Blow, Boutwell, Brandegee, Bromwell, Broomali, Buckland, Bundy, Reader W. Clarke, Sidney Clarke, Cobb, Conkling, Cook, Cullom, Darling, Davis, Dawes, Defrees, Delano, Deming, Dixon, Donnelly, Eckley, Eggleston, Farnsworth, Farquhar, Ferry, Garfield, Grinnell, Griswold, Abner C. Harding, Hart, Hayes, Hill, Holmes, Hooper, Hotchkiss, Asahel W. Hubbard, Chester I). Hubbard, Demas Hubbard, jr., John H. Hubbard, James R. Hubbell, Hulburd, Jas. Humphrey, Ingersoll, Julian, Kasson, Kelley, Kelso, Ketcham, Kuykendall, Laflin, George W. Lawrence, William Lawrence, Longycar, Lynch, Marston, Marvin, McClurg, McIndoe, McKee, Mercur, Milier, Moorhead, Morrill, Morris, Moulton, Myers, O'Neill, Orth, Paine, Patterson, Perham, Pike, Plants, Pomeroy, Price, Alexander H. Rice, John H. Rice, Rollins, Sawyer, Schenck, Scofield, Shellabarger, Sloan, Spalding, Starr, Stevens, Stillwell, Thayer, Francis Thomas, John L. Thomas, jr., Upson, Van Aerham, Burt Wan Horn, Robert T. Van Horn, Ward, Warner, Elihu B. Washburne, William B. Washburn, Welker, Wentworth, Williams, James F. Wilson, Stephen F. Wilson, Windom, Woodbridge—120. NAYs—Messrs. Baldwin, Bergen, Boyer, Brooks, Chanler, Dawson, Denison, Eldridge, Eliot, Finck, Grider, Hale, Aaron Harding, Harris, Hogan, Edwin N. Hubbell, James M. Humphrey, Jenckes, Johnson, Kerr, Latham, Le Blond, Marshall, McCullough, Niblack, Nicholson, Noell, Phelps, Samuel J. Randal, William H. Randall, Raymond, Ritter, Rogers, Ross, Rousseau, Shanklin, Sitgreaves, Smith, Strouse, rio, Taylor, Thornton, Trimble, Voorhees, Whaley, Wright, 6.

[Messrs. Driggs and Newell, February 1, stated they would have voted aye, if present.]"

IN SENATE.

March 9, 1866—The resolution of the House was rejected—yeas 25, nays 22, as follow, (twothirds being necessary :)

YEAs—Messrs. Anthony, Chandler, Clark, Conness, Cragin, Creswell, Fessenden, Foster, Grimes, Harris, IIowe, Kirk. wood, Lane of Iondiana, McDougall, Morgan, Morrill, Nye, Poland, Ramsey, Sherman, Sprague, Trumbull, Wade, Williams, Wilson—25.

NAys—Messrs. Brown, Buckalew, Cowan, Davis, Dixon, Doolittle, Guthrie, Henderson, Hendricks, Johnson, Lane of Kansas, Nesmith, Norton, Pomeroy, Riddle, Saulsbury, Stewart, Stockton, Sumner, Wan Winkle, Willey, Yates—22.

Report on Privileges and Immunities of Citizens. IN Hous E. February 13, 1866—Mr. Bingham reported from the Joint Reconstruction Committee, this joint resolution, which was re-committed and ordered to be printed:

Joint Resolution proposing an amendment to the Constitution of the United States.

Resolved, &c., (two-thirds of both Houses concurring,) That the following article be proposed to the legislatures of the several States as an amendment to the Constitution of the United States, which, when ratified by three-fourths of the said legislatures, shall be valid as part of said Constitution, viz:

- ARTICLE —."

The Congress shall have power to make all laws which shall be necessary and proper to secure to the citizens of each State all privileges and immunities of citizens in the several States and to all persons in the several States equal protection in the rights of life, liberty, and property.

February 26—Mr. Bingham reported it back, without amendment.

February 28—Mr. Eldridge moved that it lie on the table; which was disagreed to—yeas 41, nays 110, as follow :

YEAs—Messrs. Ancona, Bergen, Brooks, Chanler, Coffroth, Davis, Dawson, Denison, Eldridge, Finck, Glossbrenner Goodyear, Grider, Griswold, Hale, A. Harding, Hogan, E. W. Hubbell, Kerr, Kuykendal!, Marshall, Marvin, McCullough, Niblack, Nicholson, Noell, Phelps, S. J. Randall, Ritter, Rogers, Ross, Rousseau, Shanklin, Sitgreaves, Sorouse, Taber, Taylor, Thornton, Trimble, Winfield, Wright—41. NAys—Messrs. Alley, Allison, Ames, Anderson, Delos R. Ashley, James M. Ashley, Baker, Baldwin, Banks, Barker, Baxter, Benjamin, Bidwell, Bingham Blaine, Biow, Boutwell, Brandegee, Broomall, Buckland, Bundy, Reader W. Clarke, Sidney Clarke, Cobb, Conkling, Cook, Cullom, Darling, Defrees, Delano, Deming, Donnelly, Dumont, Eckley, Eggleston, Eliot, Farnsworth, Farquhar, Ferry, Garfield, Grinnell, Abner C. Harding, Isart, Isayes, Higby, Holmes, Hooper, Hotchkiss, Demas Isabbard, jr., John H. Hubbard, James R. Isubbell, Hulburd, James Humphrey, Ingersoll, Jenckes, Julian, Kelley, ICelso, Ketcham, Laflin, Latham, George W. Lawrence, William Lawrence, Loan, Longyear, Lynch, Marston, McClurg, McKee, McRuer, Mercur, Moorhead, Morrill, Morris, Moulton, Myers, Newell, O'Neill, Orth, Paine, Patterson, Perham, Pike, Price, Raymond, Alexander H. Rice, John H. Rice, Sawyer, Schenck, Shellabarger, Sloan, Spalding, Stevens, Thayer, Francis Thomas, John L. Thomas, jr., Trowbridge, Van Aernam, Burt Van Horn, Warner, Ellihu B. Washburne, Henry D. Washburn, Wm. B. Washburn, Welker, Wentworth, Williams, James F. Wilson, Stephen F. Wilson, Windom, Woodbridge—110.

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not inconsistent with the Constitution and laws of the United States, and a State government has been organized under the provisions thereof, which said provisions and the laws passed in pursuance thereof proclaim and denote loyalty to the Union; and whereas the people of Tennessee are found to be in a condition to exercise the functions of a State within this Union, and can only exercise the same by the consent of the law-making power of the United States: Therefore, the State of Tennessee is hereby declared to be one of the United States of America, on an equal footing with the other States, upon the . condition that the people of Tennessee will maintain and enforce, in good faith, their existing constitution and laws, excluding those who have been engaged in rebellion against the United States from the exercise of the elective franchise, for the respective periods of time therein provided for, and shall exclude the same ersons for the like respective periods of time rom eligibility to office; and the State of Tennessee shall never assume or pay any debt or obligation contracted or incurred in aid of the late rebellion; nor shall said State ever in any manner claim from the United States or make any allowance or compensation for slaves emancipated or liberated in any way whatever; which conditions shall be ratified by the Legislature of Tennessee, or the people thereof, as the Legislature may direct, before this act shall take effect. The resolution was ordered to be printed, and was recommitted to the committee, and has not been voted on, up to the time this page goes to press.

Payment of Rebel Debt. *

December 19, 1865—Mr. James F. Wilson re§. from the Committee on the Judiciary the ollowing joint resolution to amend the Constitution of the United States:

Be it resolved by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States in Congress assembled, (two-thirds of both Houses concur

ring.) That the following article be proposed the legislatures of the several States as amendment to the Constitution of the Uni States, which, when ratified by three-fourths said legislatures, shall be valid to all intend and purposes as a part of said Constitution, namely:

ARTICLE – No tax, duty, or impost shall be laid, nor shall any appropriation of money be made, by either the United States, or any one of the States thereof, for the purpose # paying, either, in whole or in part, any debt, contract, or liability whatsoever, incurred, made, or suffered by any one or more of the States, or the people thereof, for the purpose of aiding rebellion against the Constitution and laws ; * United States. - l Which was passed—yeas 151, nays 11, as folOW :

YEAS–Messrs. Alley, Allison, Ames, Anderson, James M. Ashley, Baker, Baldwin, Banks, Barker, Baxter, Beaman, Benjamin, Bergen, Bidwell, Bingham, Blow, Boutwell, Boyer, #o Bromwell, Broomall, Buckland, Bundy, Chander, . Reader W. Clarke, Sidney Clarke, Cobb, Conkling, Cook, Cullom, Darling, Dawes, Defrees, Delano, Deming, Dixon, Donnelly, Driggs, Dumont, Eckley, Eggleston, Eliot, Farnsworth, Farquhar, Ferry, Finck, Garfield, Grinnell, Griswold, Hala, Abner C. Harding, Hart, Hayes, Henderson, Higby, Hill, Hogan, Holmes, Hooper, Hotchkiss, Asahel W. Hubbard, Chester D. Hubbard, Demas Hubbard, jr., John H. Hubbard, James R. Hubbell, Hulburd, Ingersoll, Jenckes, Johnson, Julian, Kasson, Kelley, Kelso, Kerr, Ketcham, Kuykendall, Laflin, Latham, George W. Lawrence, William Lawrence, Loan, Longyear, Lynch, Marshall, Marston, Marvin, MoClurg, McKee, McRuer, Mercur, Miller, Morrill, Moulton, Myers, Newels, Niblack, Noell, O'Neill, Orth, Paine, Patter. son, Perham. Phelps, Pike, Plants, Price, Radford, Samuel J. Randall, William II. Randall. Raymond, Alexander H. Rice, John H. Rice, Rollins, Ross, Rousseau, Sawyer, Schenck, Scofield. Shellabarger, Sitgreaves, Sloan, Smith, Spalding, Starr, Stevens, Stillwell, Strouse, Taber, Taylor, Thayer, Francis Thomas, John L. Thomas, Thornton, Trowbridge, Upson, Van Aernam, Burt Van Horn, Robert T. Van Horn, Voorhees, Ward, warner, Ellihu B. Washburne, William B. Washburn, Welker, Wentworth, Whaley, Williams, James F. Wilson, Stephen F. Wilson, Windom, Wright—151.

NAYs—Messrs. Brooks, Denison, Eldridge, Grider, Aaron #;" #ollow, Nicholson,’ssier, Rogers, Shanā

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Senate. LAFAYETTE S. FosTER, of Connecticut, President of the Senate, and Acting Vice President. John W. Forney, of Pennsylvania, Secretary. Maine—William Pitt Fessenden, Lot M. Morrill. New Hampshire—Daniel Clark, Aaron H. Cra1I]. *—Solomon Foot,” Luke P. Poland. Massachusetts—Charles Sumner, Henry Wilson. Rhode Island—Henry B. Anthony, William Sprague. Connecticut—James Dixon, Lafayette S. Foster. New York—Ira Harris, Edwin D. Morgan. New Jersey—William Wright, John P. Stockton.f Pennsylvania—Charles #. Buckalew, Edgar Cowan. ors-George Read Riddle, Willard SaulsurW. olina–ohn A. J. Creswell, Reverdy JohnSOIn. Ohio–John Sherman, Benjamin F. Wade. Kentucky—James Guthrie, Garrett Davis. Indiana—Henry S. Lane, Thomas A. Hendricks. Illinois–Lyman Trumbull, Richard Yates.

* Died March 28, 1866. His successor, George F. Edmunds, qualified April 5, 1866.

f Woted—yeas 22, pays 21—not entitled to a seat in the Senate, March 27, 1866. The vote on the amendment declaring him not entitled was as follow :

YEAs—Ales-rs. Brown, Chandler, Clark, Conness, Cragin, Creswell, Fessenden, Grimes, Howard, Howe, Kirkwood, Lane.of Indiana, Nye, Pomeroy, Ramsey, Sherman, Sprague, Sumner, Wade, Williams, Wilson, Yates—22. .NAY3—Messrs. Anthony, Buckalew, Cowan, Davis, Doolittle, Guthrie, IIarris, Henderson, Hendricks. Johnson, Lane of Kansas, McDougall, Morgan, Nesmith, Norton, Poland, Riddle, Saulsbury, Trumbull, Van Winkle, Willey—21.

Missouri—B. Gratz Brown, John B. Henderson.
Michigan—Zachariah Chandler, Jacob M. How-
ard.
Iowa–James W. Grimes, Samuel J. Kirkwood.*
Wisconsin—James R. Doolittle, Timothy O.
Howe.
California—John Conness, James A. McDougall.
Minnesota–Daniel S. Norton, Alexander Ram-

sey.

Oregon—James W. Nesmith, George H. Williams.

Kansas—Samuel C. Pomeroy, James H. Lane.

West Virginia—Peter G. Van Winkle, Waitman T. Willey.

Nome, W. Nye, William M. Stewart.

Senators Chosen from the late Insurrectionary States.

Alabama—Lewis E. Parsons, George S. Houston.
Arkansas—Elisha Baxter, William D. Snow.
Florida—William Marvin, Wilkerson Call.
Georgia—Alexander H. Stephens, Herschel V.
Johnsén.
Louisiana—Randall Hunt, Henry Boyce. (R.
King Cutler and Michael Hahn also claim
under a former election in October, 1864.)
Mississippi—William L. Sharkey, James L.
Alcorn.
No. Carolina—William A. Graham, John
OOl.
South Carolina—Benjamin F. Perry, John L.
Manning.
Tennessee—David T. Patterson, Joseph S. Fowler.
Teacas—
Virginia—John C. Underwood, Joseph Segar.

MEMORANDUM.

Mr. A. H. Stephens was a delegate from Georia to the convention which framed the “Confederate” constitution, and was Vice President of the “Confederacy” until its downfall. Mr. H. W. Johnson was a senator in the rebel con-, gress in the first and second congresses, as was Mr. Graham, from North Carolina. Mr. Pool was a senator in the Legislature of North Carolina. Mr. Perry was a “Confederate States” judge. Mr. Manning was a volunteer aid to

*Credentials presented January 20, 1866, and he took his seMt January 24, 1866.

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General Beauregard at Fort Sumter and Manas-
sas. Mr. Alcorn was in the Mississippi militia.
House of Representatives.
SCHUYLER Col.F.AX, of Indiana, Speaker.
Edward McPherson, of Pennsylvania, Clerk.
Maine—John Lynch, Sidney Perham, James G.
Blaine, John H. Rice, Fréderick A. Pike.
New Hampshire–Gilman Marston, Edward H.
Rollins, James W. Patterson.
Vermont–Frederick E. Woodbridge, Justin S.
Morrill, Portus Baxter.
Massachusetts—Thomas D. Eliot, Oakes Ames,
Alexander H. Rice, Samuel Hooper, John B.
Alley, Nathaniel P. Banks, George S. Bout-
well, John D. Baldwin, William B. Washburn,
Henry L. Dawes.
Rhode Island–Thomas A. Jenckes, Nathan F.
Dixon. - -
Connecticut—Henry C. Deming, Samuel L. War.
ner, Augustus Brandegee, John II. Hubbard.
New York—Stephen Taber, Teunis G. Bergen,
James #o. Morgan Jones, Nelson
Taylor, Henry J. Raymond, John W. Chanler,
James Brooks:#, William A. Darling, William
Radford, Charles H. Winfield, John H. Ketch-
am, Edwin N. Hubbell, Charles Goodyear,
John A. Griswold, Robert S. Hale, Calvin T.
Hulburd, James M. Marvin, Demas Hubbard,

- Jr., Addison H. Laflin, Roscoe Conkling, Sid.

ney T. Holmes, Thomas T. Davis, Theodore M. Pomeroy, Daniel Morris, Giles W. Hotchkiss, #. Ward, Roswell Hart, Burt Van Horn, James M. Humphrey, Henry Van Aernam. New Jersey—John F. Starr, William A. Newell, Charles slow- Andrew J. Rogers, Edwin t.

R. V. Wrig Pennsylvania—Samuel J. Randall, Charles O'Neill, Leonard Myers, William D. Kelley, M. Russell Thayer, Benjamin M. Boyer, John M. Broomall, Sydenham E. Ancona, Thaddeus Stevens, Myer Strouse, Philip Johnson, Charles Denison, Ulysses Mercur, George F. Miller, Adam J. Glossbrenner, Alexander H. Cof. frotht, Abraham A. Barker, Stephen F. Wilson, Glenni W. Scofield, Charles V. Culver, John L. Dawson, James K. Moorhead, Thomas Williams, George W. Lawrence. Delaware—John A. Nicholson. Maryland–-Hiram McCullough, John L. Thomas, Jr., Charles E. Phelps, Francis Thomas, Ben

jamin G. Harris. Ohio–Benjamin E £o Rutherford B. Hayes, Robert C. Schenck, William Lawrence, Francis C. Le Blond, Reader W. Clarke, Samuel Shellabarger, James R. Hubbell, Ralph P. Buckland, James M. Ashley, Hezekiah, S. Bundy, William E. Finck, Columbus Delano, Martin Welker, Tobias A. Plants, John A. Bingham, Ephraim R. Eckley, Rufus P. Spalding, James o Garfield. Kentucky—Lawrence S. Trimble, Burwell C. Ritter, Henry Grider, Aaron Harding, Lovell - Rousseau, Green Clay Smith, George S. Shanklin, William H. Randall, Samuel McKee.

*1)ied June 16, 1866. t Unseated April 6, 1866, and William E. Dodge qualified as his successor. # Admitted to a seat on prima facie case February 19, 1866. Joy"—Committee reported in favor of Wm. H. Koontz,

contestant.

Indiana—William E. Niblack, Michael C. Ke
Ralph IIill, John H. Farquhar, George
Julian, Ebenezer Dumont, Daniel W. o,
hees,” Godlove S. Orth, Schuyler Colia
Joseph H. Defrees, Thomas N. Stillwell.
Illinois—John Wentworth, John F. Farnswort
Ellihu B. Washburne, Abner C. Hardin
Ebon C. Ingersoll, Burton C. Cook, Henry.
H. Bromwell, Shelby M. Cullom, Lewis W
Ross, Anthony Thornton, Samuel S. Marsha
Jehu Baker, Andrew J. Kuykendall, Samu
W. Moulton. -
Missouri—John Hogan, Henry T. Blow, Thoro
E. Noell, John # Relso, Joseph W. M.
Clurg, Robert T. Van Horn, Benjamin
Loan, John F. Benjamin, George W. Anderso:
Michigan–Fernando C. Beaman, Charles Ur
son, John W. Longyear, Thomas W. Ferry
Rowland E. Trowbridge, John F. Driggs.
Iowa–James F. Wilson, Hiram Price. Willia:
B. Allison, Josiah B. Grinnell, Izo, A. Kas
son, Asahel W. Hubbard. I
Wisconsin–Halbert E. Paine, Ithamar C. Sloan
Amasa Cobb, Charles A. Eldridge, Philetus
Sawyer, Walter D. McIndoe.
California–Donald C. McRuer, William Highy,
John Bidwell.
Moo-William Windom, Ignatius Don.
nelly. -
Oregon—James H. D. Henderson. |
Kansas—Sidney Clarke.
West Virginia–Chester D. Hubbard, George R.
Latham, Kellian V. Whaley.
Nevada—Delos R. Ashley.

Members chosen in the late Insurrectionary States.

Alabama–C. C. Langdon, George C. Freemas.
Gen. Cullen A. Battle, Joseph W. Taylor, B.
T. Pope, Thomas J. Foster.
Arkansas—William Byers, George H. Kyle,
James M. Johnson.
Florida—F. McLeod.
Georgia—Solomon Cohen, Gen. Philip Cook,
Hugh Buchanan, E. G. Cabiness, J. D. Mao
thews, J. H. Christy, Gen. W. T. Wofford.
Louisiana–Louis St. Martin, Jacob Barke,
Robert C. Wickliffe, John E. King, John So
Ray. (Henry C. Warmoth claims seat as
delegate, under universal suffrage election)
Mississippi—Col. Arthur E. Reynolds, Col
Richard A. Pinson, James T. Harrison, A.
M. West, E. G. Peyton. o o
North Carolina—Jesse R. Stubbs, Charles C.
Clark, Thomas C. Fuller, Col. Josiah Turne!
Jr., Bedford Brown, S. H. Walkup, Alex. H.
Jones. ---- |
South Carolina—Col. John D. Kennedy, Willian
Aiken, Gen. Samuel McGowan, James Farrow.
Tennessee—Nathaniel G. Taylor, Horace May.
nard, William B. Stokes, Edmund Coope:
William B. Campbell, Samuel M. Arnol,
Isaac R. Hawkins, John W. Leftwich.
Tezas—
Virginia—W. H. B. Custis, Lucius H. Chand
ler, B. Johnson Barbour, Robert Ridgway
Beverly.A. Davis, Alex. H. H. Stuart, Rober
Y. Conrad, Daniel H. Hoge.

* Unseated February 23, 1866, and Henry D. Washburn qualified as his successor.

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