of to either wbite ot up it, send mud: is and better . Tins PRESIDENT'S HKW-Y.--On tbe 13th, after the organization of the Impeachment, Mr. Stanbery roue and said : M. Chief Justice : My brothers Nelson and myself are horn this as counsel for the President. 1 liavu authority to enter his plea. *Â· By your leave I will proceed to read. Mr. Stanbery read as follows: In the matter of the impeachment of Andrew Johnson, President of the States; Mr. Chief Justice, I Andrew Johnton, President of Urn -United States, having been Bcrved with B. summons to appear before this honorable court, sitting aa to odd [ Court of Impeachment, to ^ration society, of w;ll but are there were citizens" not seven years. man articles uf impeachment, found and presented presented against me by the honorable of Represantatives of the United Statea, do hereby enter my appearance by counsel, Henry Staubery, Beojaimtn K. Curtis, Jeremiah S. ;B]ack,"'Wiiliam Evarts and Thomas A. K. *NeJaon, havB my warrant and authority therefor, and who are instructed by me to this honorable court for a reasonable for the preparation of my answer to articles. After a carelul examination of tke articles of impeachment and consultation with my counsel, I un Bttiafied o.t least forty days will be necemary the preparation of mv answer, and t ref pectfolly ask that it be allowed, - - AKDRBW JOHJiSOK.