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on instructing the Committee on Ways and Means, if, upon investigation, it appeared to them that the cost of living in Petersburg was as great as in Richmond, to report a bill placing the salaries of Government officers employed in Petersburg on the same footing as those in Richmond. Adopted. A joint resolution of thanks to Captain Raphael Semmes, and the officers and men of the steamer Alabama, offered by Mr. Dickinson, of Alabama, was referred to the Committee on Naval Affairs. Mr. Clopton, of Alabama, introduced a bill to amend the act establishing an invalid corps. Referred to the Committee on Military Affairs. Mr. Hanly, of Arkansas, offered a preamble and resolution requesting the President to cause information of the policy and uniform action of this Government on the subject of exchanges to be communicated to our prisoners in the hands of the enemy, in order to counteract and dissipate an erroneous impression existing among them that our authorities were dispose
One Hundred dollars reward. --A small Mulatto Girl left the premises of Mr. Thomas Wyatt, on Church Hill, on the 26th of January last, aged about thirteen years; hair straight and black. She is supposed to be harbored somewhere in the city or suburbs. The above reward will be paid for her delivery to Mr. E. A. J. Clopton's office, corner of Fifteenth and Franklin streets, or any information that will lead to her recovery. J. L. Brownley. [fe 7--3t*]