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the bill, and agree to the same ; and the report was accepted. In the House, on the sixteenth, Mr. Wilson, of Iowa, made a report from the conference committee, and it was agreed to, and the bill was approved by the President, on the sixteenth day of July, 1862. No. Xxxvi.--The Joint Resolution to authorize the Secretary of War to furnish extra Clothing to Sick and Wounded Soldiers. In the House, on the fifth of July, 1862, Mr. Hale, of Pennsylvania, by unanimous consent, introduced a bof Mr. Wickliffe, its further consideration was postponed to the sixteenth, and on that day it was taken up, debated, amended, and passed. The Senate, on the seventeenth, referred the bill to the Committee on Military Affairs. On the sixteenth of July, 1862, Mr. Wilson reported it back with an amendment. The Senate, on motion of Mr. Davis, proceeded to its consideration. It proposed to empower the Military Board of Kentucky to raise, and organize into regiments, a volunteer force not excee