37th Congress > Senate > Vote 777

Date: 1863-03-03

Result: 31-5

Vote Subject Matter: Foreign and Defense Policy / Foreign Policy Resolutions

Sponsor: SUMNER, Charles (R-MA)

Description: TO PASS THE HOUSE CONCURRENT RESOLUTION PROVIDING THAT PROPOSITIONS BY FOREIGN POWERS LOOKING TO PACIFICATION OF THE CIVIL WAR WILL BE HEREAFTER INTERPRETED AS AN UNFRIENDLY ACT TO THE U. S., AND THAT IT IS THE UNALTERABLE PURPOSE OF THE U. S. TO PROSECUTE THE WAR UNTIL THE REBELLION IS OVERCOME.

Original source documents: Congresional Globe vol. 63, p. 1498; Senate Journal vol. 55, p. 409;

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