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3. Resolved, That in using the means which duty and honor require shall be used to expel the invaders from the soil of Kentucky, no citizen shall be molested on account of his political opinions; that no citizen's property shall be taken or contiscated because of such opinions, nor shall any slave be set free by any military commander; and that all peaceable citizens and their families are entitled to, and shall receive, the fullest protection of the government in the enjoyment of their lives, their liberties, and their property.

4. Resolved, That his excellency the governor of the commonwealth of Kentucky be requested to give all the aid in his power to accomplish the end desired by these resolutions; and that he call out so much of the military force of the State under his command as may be necessary there-for, and that he place the same under the command of General Thomas L. Crittenden.

5. Resolred, That the patriotism of every Kentuckiau is invoked, and is confidently relied upon to give active aid in the defence of the commonwealth.

House vote upon the adoption of the above resolution, viz:

YEAS—Messrs. speaker, (Buckuer,) Alfred Allen, James W. Anderson, W. C. Auderson, Landaff W. Andrews, John C. Becman, Jolin W. Blue, William P. Boone, William A. Brann, Curtis F. Burnan, James Calvert, Cyrus Campbell, J. W. Campbell, Marion X. Carr, Joseph II. Chandler, Bruins J. Clay, Francis L. Cleveland, John B. Cochran, Robert Cochran, William L. Conklin, John C. Cooper, Albert A. Curtis, Daniel E. Downing, Stephen J. England, Hugh F. Finley, Elijah Gabbert, Remus Gibson, Henry Griffith, John H. Harney, William H. Hays, William J. Heady, Joseph W. Heeter, John B. Huston, William C. Ireland, Richard T. Jacob, Daniel W. Johns, Urban E. Kennedy, James M. C. Lisenby, Alexander Lusk, P. L. Maxey, David P. Mears, Otho Miller, Thomas Z. Morrow, Thomas W. Owings, George Poindexter, Hiram S. P Larkin J. Proctor, William S. Rankin, Nicholas A. Rapier, John Ray, Joseph Ricketts, F. D. Rigney, George S. Shanklin, G. Clay Smith, M. Smith, James P. Sparks, Harrison Taylor, Joshua Tevis, George M. Thomas, John R. Thomas, Joseph R. Underwood, John S. Van Winkle, Zeh. Ward, George P. Webster, Alexander T. White, Nathaniel Wolfe, George H. Yeaman, Bryan R.Young, Van B. Young—69.

Nays-Messrs. Vincent Ash, John S. Barlow, A. R. Boon, W. P. D. Busli. A. B. Chambers, Lucius Desha, W. H. Edmunds, John M. Elliott, George W. Ewing, John W. Gaines, Joseph Gardner, Evan M. Garriott, George M. Hampton, William Johnson, John C. Lindsey, Daniel Matthewson, David May, George R. Merritt, Felix G. Murphy, Robert A. Spalding, Milton Young-21.

AS ACI to prohibit ibi piri Ventiebellion by citizens of Kentucky, and others in this stala.

1. Be it enacted by the general assembly of the commonwealth of Kentucky, That

any citizen of this State, who, as a soldier or officer of the army of the socalled Confederate States, and, as pari of an armed force, shall invade this State to make war upon it, shall be deemed guilty of felony, and upon con viction in any court having jurisdiction thereof, shall be contined in the penitentiary for any period of noi less than one or more than ten years, at the discretion of the jury.

2. Any person who shall, within the limits of this State, persuade or induce any person to enlist or take service in the army of the so-called Confederate States, and the person so persuaded or induced does enlist or take service in the same, shall be deemed guilty of a high misdemeanor; and upon conviction, shall be fined in a sui not exceeding one thousand dollars and imprisonment not exceeding six months.

3. This act shall take effect twenty days after its passage. Approved October 1, 1861.

House vote upon the adoption of the first section of the above bill, viz:

YEAS-Messrs. Speaker, (Buckner,) Alfred Allen, James W. Anderson, R. C. Anderson, W. C. Anderson, Landaff W. Andrews. E. B. Bacheller, John C. Beeman, Jolin W Blue, Curtis F. Burnam, James Calvert, Cyrus Campbell, J. W. Campbell, Marion N. Carr, Joseph H. Chandler, Brutus J. Clay, Francis L. Cleveland, John B. Cochran, Robert Cochran, John C. Cooper, Albert A. Curtis, Daniel E. Downing, Stephen J. England, Hugh F. Finley, John W. Finnell, Elijah Gabbert, Remus Gibson, Henry Griffith, John II. Harney, William H. Hays, William J. Heady, John B. Huston, William C. Ireland, Richard T. Jacob, Daniel W. Jolms, Urban E. Kennedy, Alexander Lusk, P. L. Maxey, David P. Mears, Otho Miller, Thomas Z. Morrow, Thomas W. Owings, George Poindexter, Hiram S. Powell, Larkin J. Proctor, William S. Rankin, Nicholas A. Rapier, John Ray, Joseph Ricketts, F. D. Rigney, George S. Shanklin, G. Clay Smith, M. Smith, J. P. Sparks, Harrison Taylor, J. Tevis, George M. Thomas, John R. Thomas, Thomas Turner, Joseph R. Underwood, Jólin S. Van Winkle, George P. Webster, Alexander T. White, Nathaniel Wolf, George H. Yeaman, Milton Young, Van B. Young-67.

WaysMessrs. Vincent Ash, E. F. Burns, W. P. D. Bush, A. B. Chambers, W. II. Edmunds, John M. Elliott

, Joseph Gardner, Evan M. Garriott, George M. Hampton, William Johnson, David May, Felix G. Murphy, Robert A. Spalding-13. The yeas and

passage of the second section were as follows, viz : YEAS_ Messrs. Speaker, (Buckner,) Alfred Allen, James W. Anderson, R. C. Anderson, W. C. Anderson, Landaff W. Andrews, E. B. Bacheller, John C. Beeman, John W. Blue, Curtis F. Burnam, James Calvert, Cyrus Campbell, J. W. Campbell, Marion N. Carr, Joseph H. Chandler, Brutus J. Clay, Francis L. Cleveland, John B. Cochran, Robert Cochran, John C. Cooper, Albert A. Curtis, Daniel E. Downing, Stephen J. England, Hugh F. Finley, John W. Finnell, Elijah Gabbert, Remus Gibson, Henry Griffith, John H. Barney, William H. Hays, William J. Heady, John B. Huston, William C. Ireland, Richard T. Jacob, Daniel W. Johns, Urban E. Kennedy, Alexander Lusk, P. L. Maxey, Davil P. Mears, Otho Miller, Thomas Z. Morrow, Thomas W. Owings, George Poindexter, Hiram S. Powell, Larkin J. Proctor, William S. Rankin, Nicholas A. Rapier, John Ray, Joseph Ricketts, F. D. Rigney, George S. Shanklin, G. Clay Smith, M. Smith, James P. Sparks, Harrison Taylor, Joshua Tevis, George M. Thomas, John R. Thomas, Thomas Turner, Joseph R. Underwood, John S. Vanwinkle, George P. Webster, Alexander T. White, Nathaniel Wolf, George H. Yeaman, Van B. Young-66.

Nays-Messrs. Vincent Ash, E. F. Burns, W. P. D. Bush, A. B. Chambers, W. H Edmunds, John M. Elliott, Joseph Gardner, Evan M. Garriott, George M. Hampton, William Johnson, David May, Felix G. Murphy. Robert A. Spalding, Milton Young-14.

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House of REPRESENTATIVES, 38th Congress.. J. H. McHENRY,

In the matter of a contested election. GEORGE H. YEAMAN.

I offer as evidences in this case, and ask to have filed, the following exhibits, copies, &c., to wit:copy of the poll-books of McLean county, marked Y. No. 1; a copy of the poll-books of Daviess county, marked Y. No. 2; a copy of the " papers, acts, and resolutions of the legislature of Kentucky, relating to the existing war," marked Y. No. 3; 4 copy of the proclamation of General Burnside, declaring martial law in Kentucky, marked Y. No. 4; the letter of Colonel John W. Foster, dated Jonesboro', Tennessee, October 21, 1863, and marked Y. No. 5; the statement of John Boyle, adjutant general of Kentucky, marked Y. Xo. 6; a copy of the proclamation of the governor of Kentucky, of July 20, 1963, and act of the Kentucky legislature, of March 11, 1862, marked Y. No. 7; a statement of the secretary of state of Kentucky, of the vote in the 2d congressional distrist of Kentucky in 1861, marked Y. No. 8; the statement of the secretary of state of Kentucky, of the vote in the 2d congressional district of Kentucy for presidential electors in 1860, and for members to the border State convention in 1861, the vote for Congress in June, 1861, vote for governor in August, 1863, the vote for Congress at special election in October, 1862, the vote for Congress in August, 1863, and the total number of whites in said district in 1861 and in 1862, marked Y. No. 9; also, the depositions taken in my behalf and on my notice, returned to the Clerk of the House by the officers before whom they were taken, and pray for their due consideration.

GEORGE H. YEAMAN.

Y. No. 1.-Sacramento poll-book, McLean county, Kentucky, August 3, 1863.

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This is to certify that the foregoing is a correct statement of all the votes cast at the Sacramento precinct, at an election held in the town of Sacramento, McLean county, Kentucky, on the 3d day of August, 1863.

J. B. HENDRICKS,
JAMES G. NOE,

Judges.
W. W. MCEWEN, Sheriff

J. J. PLAIN, Clerk. STATE OF KENTUCKY,

McLean County, sct : 1, Louis L. Moore, clerk of the McLean county court, do certify that the foregoing four pages contain a full and correct copy of the polls taken at Sacramento precinct, McLean county, on the 3d day of August, 1863, as filed in my office. (SEAL. November, 1863. ] Given under my hand and the seal of my office this 14th day of

LOUIS L. MOORE,

Clerk of McLean County Court. STATE OF KENTUCKY,

McLean County, sct : I, D. Little, presiding judge of the McLean county conrt, do certify that Louis L. Moore, whose genuine signature is attached to the above certificate, was at the time of signing the same the clerk of the McLean county court, duly sworn and in office, and to all whose acts as such full faith and credit are due, as well in courts of justice as thereout. Given under my hand this 14th day of November, 1863.

D. LITTLE, Presiding Judge, McLean County Court.

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