Was there any thing in that answer, given by that witness, which ought to have disturbed the most fastidious member of ... Mr. MASON understood the question before the House to be on the amendment of the gentlemaa from Massachusetts. ... of sufficient importance, to justify us in such a consumption of time with it, as to put in jeopardy the general appropriation bills. ... the process of the court, wii nesses would be called upon and examined as to the truth of the excuse; if a good one, anbsp;...
|Title||:||The Congressional globe [afterw.] record. 23rd (- ) Congress|
|Author||:||United States congress|