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ant General's office--yeas, fifteen; nays, twenty; so the amendment was lost. The bill was then passed without a division. In the House, on the same day, Mr. Olin called up the bill from the Speaker's table, and it was passed without a division, and was approved by the President on the seventeenth of July, 1862. No. Xxxix.--The Bill to facilitate the Discharge of Disabled Soldiers from the Army, and the Inspection of Convalescent Hospitals and Camps. In the Senate, on the seventeenth of December, 1862, Mr. Wilson, from the Committee on Military Affairs, reported a bill to facilitate the discharge of disabled soldiers, and for the inspection of convalescent camps and hospitals, which was read, and passed to a second reading. It proposed to add to the medical corps of the army two medical inspectors-general, and eight medical inspectors, to be appointed by selection from the medical corps of the army, or from the surgeons in the volunteer service, without regard to rank, but wit
ry respectfully, &c., E. A. Perry, Brigadier-General, commanding. Report of Colonel Hall, commanding Cooke's brigade. headquarters Cooke's brigade, December 17, 1862. Captain: Early on the morning of the eleventh instant, the brigade, under the command of General Cooke, was ordered to the front, opposite Fredericksburgll be handed in. I have the honor to be, E. D. Hall, Colonel, commanding Cooke's Brigade. Report of Brigadier-General Law. brigade headquarters, December 17, 1862. Major W. H. Sully, Assistant Adjutant-General: I have the honor to report the part taken by my command in the engagement near Fredericksburg, on Saturdaynt servant, E. P. Alexander, Lieutenant-Colonel, commanding Battalion. Report of Colonel Humphries. headquarters Twenty-First Mississippi regiment, December 17, 1862. To William Barksdale, Brigadier-General, commanding Third Brigade: General: As soon as the signal guns, on the morning of the eleventh instant, announced