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Mr. Oldham, of Texas, called up the bill reported upon adversely by the Military Committee, to receive into the Confederate States service one regiment of Texas volunteers, for the protection of the Texas frontier; which, on motion, was recommitted. Defence Appropriations. Mr. Henry, of Tenn., offered a bill appropriating $500,000, to be laid out as the President and Secretary of War may direct, for the erection, at such places as he may indicate, of furnaces, &c., for smelling from, &c.; appropriating $100,000 to be expended by them in the erection of rolling mills for making plates and bars for iron clad gunboats; also appropriating $100,000 for repairing and enlarging the foundries where they are already located, and to select such as he may wish for this purpose. Mr. Burnett interrupted the reading of this bill, and reminded the Senate that under the 49th rule all such matters are to be considered in secret session. In this opinion the Senate acquiesced.