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en the Government and the States. First--All acts of Congress, or of acts, providing for the rendition of persons escaping from service or And there shall be neither slavery nor involuntary except for crime in any territory forts dockyards, arsenals, vessels on the high seas and all places where the National Government has supreme jurisdiction and all slaves row held or attempted to be held in these places are declared free. Mr. Foster, (rep.,) of presented the credentials of Hon. James Dixon, re- elected Senator from Connecticut. Mr. Howe, (rep.,) of Wis., introduced a bill to aid in restoring order and preserve the public peace within insurrectionary districts. He referred to the answer of the Mayor of New Orleans to Captain Farraguti, and of the Mayor of Norfolk to General Wool, and to various letters, showing a lack of Union feeling at the South, and treason swaggers everywhere, and their armies recruited by decrepit old men, unchristian ministers and malignant wom