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Captain Johnson Reprimanded at the Bar of the House


Captain Johnson, according to the Order of yesterday evening, attending at the door, the door was opened, and he came to the bar of the House. The Resolve of yesterday evening was read to him. He was reprimanded from the Chair for his conduct, and informed of the line of his duty; charged to behave himself peaceably towards Alexander Lesslie, whom he had grossly injured; and informed that, if he should be guilty of the like behaviour in future, Congress will cause him to be displaced. Captain John Johnson engaged to demean himself prudently, and withdrew.