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l his country mourn his loss. Jefferson Davis. The message was laid on the table, and ordered to be printed. Mr. Barksdale moved to have 500 extra copies printed. Agreed to. The following were the proceedings in the Confederate House ains. In the course of the debate in Congress on the resolutions relative to the death of General A. S. Johnston, Mr. Barksdale, of Mississippi, said: I hold in my hand an unofficial letter, probably the last written by the lamented deceaser in the hearts of a grateful people. Mr. Speaker, I will close by reading the letter to which I have referred. Mr. Barksdale then read General Johnston's letter of March 18th, heretofore inserted (page 518). At the conclusion of the speech of Mr. Barksdale and the reading of the letter from General Johnston. Mr. Smith, of Virginia, offered the following resolution: Resolved, That this House, from respect to the memory of General Albert Sidney Johnston, and the officers and m