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hat the loss was decasioned by no fault on their part, but for want of sufficient transportation, being out numbered and overpowered by the rebels, with a total loss of $1,723.29. The committee report a bill in accordance with this report. Mr. Foster, of Connecticut, introduced a bill to provide for the relief of poor but unfortunate debtor, and the distribution of their property among their creditors, by the establishment of a uniform system of bankruptcy throughout the United States. Referred to the Judiciary Committee. On motion of Mr. Foster, of Connecticut, the secretary of the Senate was directed to furnish printed copies of the rules of proceedings in cases of impeachment to the members, on the first day of the next session of the court, and to the managers, in the case of Judge Humphreys, and to the accused and his counsel. On motion of Mr. Sumner, his resolution (submitted yesterday) directing the Committee on the District of Columbia to consider what legislati
Important from Tennessee --A dispatch from Nashville, dated May 23, to the Northern press, shows that there is life in that city yet: An election was held in the State yesterday for judicial officers. The vote in Nashville stood for Circuit Judge, Brian (Union), 570; Foster (Secessionist), 708. The secessionists generally voted. The Union men rarely voted, regarding the election as invalid. Governor Johnson will give no commission to the secessionists elected. The President and Cashier of the Bank of the Union were arrested yesterday, by order of Governor Johnson, on the charge of treason. The town of has been for 812 63 by the Provost Marshal, to compensate a Union merchant for goods seized by Mar. troops.