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olutions be taken up referring to the paying of census takers in the State of Louisiana. Mr. Burnett, of Ky., stated that while the committee was satisfied of the equity of the claims, he did no leaving $3,000 still due. This deb;, he thought, ought to be assumed by the Government. Mr. Burnett, of Ky., said his view of it was this: Virginia, Georgia, and other States, have claims as weat. Then, they have now. She had turned over that large sum, and it seemed to him that-- Mr Burnett, of Ky.--Said he differed in toto with the gentleman, on this subject, and-- Mr. Sparrowt upon the ground that the citizens of the State have a just and equitable lien upon it. Mr. Burnett could not are how the gentleman could make the point that those citizens had a lien upon thisrnment in its hour of need, is the paltry sum of $5,000, to pay the balance of these consuls claims. Mr. Burnett called for the question, and the proposition to take up the bill was negatived.
e 4th of March, calling on the President for the estimates of the public service to the on of the next fiscal year, be, and the same is hereby, repealed; and that the President be requested to direct that the said estimates be made up to the first day of December, 1862, and that they be submitted to Congress at as early a day as practicable. Mr. Conrad, of La., reported a bill from the Committee on Naval Affairs, and moved it be placed upon the calendar and printed. A greed to. Mr. Burnett, of Ky., introduced a resolution for the purchase of $200 worth of stationery for the use of the House. Resolution adopted. Mr. Gaither, of N. C., asked leave of absence for his colleague, Mr. McDowell, until Monday next. Granted. Also, asked that the special committee in investigate the he authorized to employ a Clerk. Agreed to. Mr. Botton offered the following joint resolution, which, after a third reading, was by the and of reves of the Confederate Sta