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.,--Messrs. Milison, of Va.; Winslow, of N. C., Campbell, of Pa.; Lowe, of Ga.; Davis, of M. D.; Whiterey, of La.; Stratton, of N. J.; Bristow, of K. Y.; Nelson, of Tenn.; Dunn, of Ind.; Taylor, of La.; Reuben Davis, of Miss; Kellogg, of Ill.; Hawkin of Ala.; Phelps, of Mo.; Rusk, of Ark.; Howard, of Mich.; Hamilton, of Texas; Curne and Curtis--8. Nays.--Messrs. Corwin, Millson Winslow, Campbell, Love, Davis of Md., Whiterey, Tappan, Stratton, Bristow, Nelson, Dunn, Taylor, Reuben DavisReuben Davis of Miss. Kellogg, Houston, Phelps, Rusk, Howard, Hamilton, Burch, Wyndham and Stout--23. The original proposition of Mr. Rusk was then adopted, by the following vote: Axes.--Messrs. Corwin, Millson, Winslow, Campbell, Love, Davis of Md., Stratton, Bristow, Nelson, Dunn, Taylor, Kellogg, Houston, Phelps, Rusk, Howard, , Wyndham and Stout--21. Nays.--Messrs. Adams, Ferry, Humphrey, Robinson, Tappan, Morrill, Morse and Washburne--8. Mr. Davis, of Miss., declined to vote.
exico. Mr. Hamilton opposed the motion to take up. Mr. Hale moved an amendment, to postpone its going into effect. On receipt of a message from the House, communicating that body's non-concurrence in the reduction in the $10,000,000 bill, Mr. Hunter said, if the Senate agreed with the House as to the amount, he wished the same restrictions to be applied to that bill as the Senate yesterday applied to the three million bill. The Senate then concurred with the House. Mr. Davis brought up Military Affairs, and submitted a report from the joint military commission, with reference to the West Point Academy, which was ordered to be printed. Mr. Wigfall concluded his speech, and the Senate adjourned until Monday. House,--Mr. Morris, of Ill., asked, but failed to obtain, leave to introduce a resolution declaratory of adherence to the Union, and against any act tending to disturb or disrupt the government. The Kansas railway land grant was debated.