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The Senate of the United States is sitting in a three day special session in Washington, DC

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06/26/1860 to 06/28/1860
Two days after the end of the first session of the Thirty-Sixth Congress, President Buchanan recalled the United States Senate to a special session. The session lasted for three days and the main order of business was the ratification of several recently negotiated treaties with Central American countries. (By John Osborne)
Source Citation: 
Congressional Globe, Senate, 36th Congress, 5th Session (1860)

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