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Pryor , of Virginia , left his seat , moved quickly towards Lovejoy , and with a gesture full of menace , exclaimed , in a voice of anger : “ The gentleman from Illinois shall not approach this side of the House , shaking his fists and ...
Above the din might be heard the voice of Potter , saying , “ I do not believe that side of the House can say where a member shall speak , and they shall not say it ” ; also the cries of a member from Mississippi and a member froin ...
He landed his troops on the Missouri side , a few miles above Belmont , and marched down through cornfields and underbrush toward the Confederate position . It was a disorganized fight , full of cheering , yelling and smoke .
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