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the Yankee House of Representatives on Monday last are of some interest: Mr. Davis, (Md.,) from the committee on Foreign Affairs, reported the following joint rst in the House, what is the use of it? Is anything to be done with it? Mr. Davis (Md.) replied that whether it is a mere paper fulmination or not depends uponarch-dupe of Napoleon (Maximilian) from establishment on this continent. Mr. Davis (Md.) was very sorry that the gentleman from Ohio had thought it necessary tot. He would vote for it; but he wanted the language to be more emphatic. Mr. Davis (Md.) said he did dot know how the language could be more emphatic, for the ralled on by the Mayor to preserve order, but their assistance was refused. General Davis, the District commander, issued stringent orders that the soldiers at the fgress for some time, was defeated by a large majority on the 5th inst. Garrett Davis's proposition, that no negro should become a citizen of the United States,