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of May, 1862, passed the bill making appropriations for the support of the army, for the year ending the thirtieth of June, 1863. In the Senate, on the twenty-first of June, Mr. Fessenden, from the Finance Committee, to which it had been referred, reported it back with amendments. The Senate proceeded, on the first of July, tp, the amendments agreed to, and the bill passed without a division. In the House, the bill was referred to the Military Committee on the tenth. On the twenty-first of June, Mr. Schenck reported it back with amendments. The amendments were agreed to, and the bill passed without a division. On motion of Mr. Wilson, the amenin drafted until the existing enrolment should be exhausted. The bill as amended was then passed — yeas, twenty-four; nays, seven. In the House, on the twenty-first of June, Mr. Schenck, from the Military Committee, reported a bill to further regulate and provide for enrolling and calling out the national forces. Mr Randall,
By fighting the enemy simultaneously at the same point of his line you may be extricated. Our joint forces cannot raise the siege of Vicksburg. My communication with the rear can best be preserved by operating north of railroad. Inform me, as soon as possible, what point will suit you best. Your dispatches of the twelfth received. General Taylor, with eight thousand men, will endeavor to open communications with you from Richmond. To this communication, General Pemberton replied, June twenty-first, recommending me to move north of the railroad towards Vicksburg, to keep the enemy attracted to that side, and stating that he would himself move at the proper time by the Warrenton road, crossing the Big Black at Hankinson's Ferry; that the other roads are too strongly intrenched and the enemy in too heavy force for a, reasonable prospect of success, unless I could compel him to abandon his communications by Snyder's. On the fifteenth, I expressed to the department the opinion, th