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ng the rebellion. It was passed without a division. In the Senate, the joint resolution was referred to the Committee on Military Affairs; and on the twenty-second of February it was reported back by Mr. Wilson with amendments. The first amendment was to strike out all after the word required, in the second line, to and includced a bill to establish a uniform militia throughout the United States, which was read twice and referred to the Committee on Military Affairs. On the twenty-second of February, Mr. Wilson reported it back. It consisted of ten sections, and provided: 1st. That every male citizen, or person who had declared his intention to e sanction of the Senate of the United States. In the House of Representatives, the resolution was referred to the Committee on the Judiciary. On the twenty-second of February, Mr. Wilson, of Iowa, reported it without amendment. Does the gentleman believe, inquired Mr. Mallory, of Kentucky, that Congress has the constitutional