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ct for thirty consecutive years, and has fixed on to-morrow, at 2 o'clock, to receive them. The Councils have also passed the following resolutions of respect to the Hon. John J. Crittenden: Whereas, The time is at hand when the Hon. Jno. J. Crittenden is about to withdraw from the National Councils, after a career of illustrious public services, running through a period of more than forty years; and, whereas, during all that time he has steadfastly evinced his devotion and attachmenh his own immortal name; therefore, Resolved, That a committee, consisting of the Mayor, the President and two members of the Board of Aldermen, and the President and three members of the Board of Common Council, be appointed to wait on Mr. Crittenden, and present him a copy of these resolutions, at the same time conveying to him our deep sensibilities at parting from one who has been so long among us as to be regarded almost as one of us, and whose absence from the social and political ci
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ntially correct. The Committee of Conference reported they had agreed on the Tariff bill, and it now stands passed. The Army bill was then read a third time and passed. A communication from the Peace Conference. was read. Mr. Crittenden moved its reference to a select committee, to report to-morrow. Agreed to. The Postal Appropriation bill was reported. The Senate then went into Executive session. House.--A resolution was adopted, appointing a committee to asll paid money, directly or indirectly, to the United States officials, or others, to assist him in obtaining Government contracts, &c. The report of the Committee of Thirty-Three was resumed, and several amendments, including Kellogg's and Crittenden's, rejected. The 1st and 2d resolutions were then adopted — the latter including the force clause. The 3d resolution was amended, as follows: "No amendment shall be made to the Constitution, which will authorize or give Congress the pow