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ims. Mr. Pugh from the Military Committee, reported back the bill to encourage the manufacture of saltpetre and small arms, with a recommendation that it pass. Read a third time and passed. Mr. Kennas, from the Committee of Ways and Means, reported a bill for providing further means for public defence and for the support of the Government. This bill was made the order of the day for Saturday. Mr.Gartrell, of Geo., from the Judiciary Committee, called up the special order of the day, viz: A bill to be entitled an Act to carry into effect the latter clause of the 6th section of the 2d Article of the Constitution, so as to allow the Cabinet ministers seats upon the floor, with the privilege of engaging in the debates pertaining to the business of their several departments. The bill was advocated by Messrs. Garnett, Foote, and Baldwin, and opposed by Messrs. Davis, Kenner, and Chambers. Pending the consideration of the bill, the House went into secret session.
its floor, with the privilege of such measures as related to several departments. Upon this propo an animated and interesting debate , which was participated in by Messrs, Garrett, Foots, and Baldwin; in its favor Messrs. Davis, Henner, and Chambers, supposition. This debate attracted greater , and was listened to with seemingly interest, than any that has taken past since the commencement of the session. The firm effort of Mr. Chambers, the representative of the Vicksburg District, Missd to with seemingly interest, than any that has taken past since the commencement of the session. The firm effort of Mr. Chambers, the representative of the Vicksburg District, Miss., com the respect and attention of the House at a remarkable degree. The same may be the effort of Mr. Baldwin, the representative of the Augusta District, in this State. All the speeches on the subject were able and , and of a character quite different from that which has marked most of the ssional debates.