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ns in the army and that any such officers now members of this House shall be entitled to retain their seats upon such resignation. These two resolutions being compelling propositions; the question came up between them. The question first recurred on the adoption of Mr. Holt's resolution. Mr. Conrad, of La., called the yeas and nays, which were ordered, and the question being put resulted — yeas 61, nays 21. Mr. Chambliss, of Va., asks leave of absence for his colleague, Mr. Goods; which was granted. Mr. Atkins, of Tennessee, asked leave of absence for his colleague, Mr. Gentey--Granted; A message was received from the Secretary of War, in the absence of the President, transmitting the report of Gen. Wiss of the battle of Roanoke Island, together with the reports of subordinate officers engaged in that battle. The report was not read, it being suggested that it was probably more proper to have it read in secret session. Mr. Burnuit, of Ky., by un