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was reconsidered; but was agreed to — yeas, twenty-two; nays, thirteen. Mr. Wilson then moved to lay the bill on the table, as he could not vote for it after the adoption of Mr. Kennedy's amendment; but the motion was lost — yeas, fourteen, nays, twenty. On motion of Mr. Wilson, the bill was then recommitted, and not again reported. In the Senate, on the twenty-first of January, 1863, Mr. Wilson,from the Military Committee, reported the House bill referred to the Committee on the eleventh of June, 1862. On the thirteenth of February, on motion of Mr. Wilson, it was recommitted; and on the twenty-eighth, Mr. Wilson reported it back with an amendment as a substitute. On the second of March, the Senate proceeded to consider the substitute. It proposed to strike out all of the House bill and insert: That the corps of topographical engineers, as a distinct branch of the army, is abolished, and is merged into the corps of engineers, which shall have one chief-engineer, with the rank