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the period supposed to be referred to, there has been no increase of the public arms in the Arsenal in Virginia, nor any transfer of them from one point to another in the State, except one hundred muskets sent from Harper's Ferry to Fort Monroe to supply a deficiency. Some months ago a company of recruits was ordered from Carlisle Barracks to Harper's Ferry, for the protection of the establishment against an apprehended attack from disorderly persons. This was done upon the request of Major Barbour, the Superintendent. Some weeks since a company of troops was withdrawn from Fortress Monroe, with a view of reinforcing a Southern fort, but not for any purpose of attack or coercion. "These are the only movements of troops which have taken place in Virginia within the last twelve months." "Very respectfully, your obd't. serv't, "N. Holt, Secretary of War." Mr. Early moved that 10,000 copies of the report be printed for the use of the members. Negatived. On motion