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ives, has been guilty of conduct incompatible with his duty and station as a member of the Congress of the Confederate States, and that he be therefore, and is hereby, expelled from this House as a member thereof. "John B. Clark. "James S. Chrisman, "S. A. Miller, "W. D. Simpson, "W. D. Holder, "A. M. Branch." Mr. Hilton, of Florida, said that, while he concurred in the above report, he objected to the language in which it was couched, and therefore declined he members of Congress present and absent) being necessary to the expulsion of a member, the report was not agreed to. The House then adopted the minority report, the vote on the first resolution being unanimous, and on the second--yeas, 64; pays, Messrs. Blandford, Chrisman, Dupre, Gray, Keeble and J. T. Leach. [All the above, except Mr. J. T. Leach, had voted for the resolution of expulsion.] The House then went into secret session, and, when the doors were opened, adjourned.