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n- commissioned officer and private. Mr. Foster, of Ala, moved to amend by striking out $4 and inserting $5. This motion was rejected. On the passage of the bill the vote was taken by ayes and noes, as follows: Ayes.--Messrs. Ashe, Atkins, Ayer, Baldwin, Batson, Bell, Bonham, Boyee, Bridges, H. W. Bruce, E. M. Bruce, Chambliss, Chisman, Clapp, Clopton, Collier, Cook, Crockett, Curvin, Curry, Dargan, Davis, Dawkins, Dejarnett, Ewing, Farrow, Foote, Foater, Freeman, Gardenheir, Gartn of the Special Committee on the Affair at Fort Donelson. Agreed to. Mr. Holcombe, of Virginia, introduced a bill to establish a Court for the investigation of claims against the Confederate States. Referred to Judiciary Committee. Mr. Atkins, of Tennessee, offered a resolution to terminate the debate on the Conscript bill to day at 3 o'clock, and limiting debate to all amendments to five minutes for each member. On this resolution the ayes and noes were taken with the following re