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opted, and the resolution passed. On the second of March, the joint resolution was taken up in thewithout a division. In the House, on the second of March, it was taken up and passed. It was appr. The House of Representatives, on the second of March, took up and passed the joint resolution,dered and passed. In the House, on the second of March, the bill was taken up and read twice; an without amendment. In the House, on the second of March, it was taken up, read three times, and ph an amendment as a substitute. On the second of March, the Senate proceeded to consider the subilitary Affairs. In the Senate, on the second of March, Mr. Wilson reported a bill to equalize tsed without debate or opposition. On the second of March, the House, on motion of Mr. Schenck, too passed as amended. In the House, on the second of March, the bill was taken from the Speaker's tarted it back without amendment. On the second of March, the Senate proceeded to consider the joi
e in consequence of the heavy rains and its light structure, every effort was made on my part to aid the managers in its speedy and effectual repair. A communication urging its importance in a military point of view, was addressed to his Excellency the Governor of the State on the twentieth of February, asking his assistance by the impressment of negroes to labor on it, the Vice-President having informed me that planters would not hire their hands. On the twenty-eighth of February and second of March instructions were again sent to Lieutenant-Colonel Broadwell to purchase all the meat possible at the price suggested by him, and notified also that beef could be crossed safely, and to send forward all he could control. March first, Brigadier-General Ruggles was directed by telegraph as follows: You must give every possible assistance in procuring within your district all the corn, beeves, and bacon, and salted pork, that can be had, and forward as rapidly as possible for army at Vick