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e Clerk's desk, or throwing themselves into picturesque attitudes at their seats, smiling, nodding, and gossiping. Far back sat Crittenden, in the ripeness of an honored age, once rising to change his vote, and then subsiding into silence; while Wickliffe, occupying a like remote postion, scanned the attitude of things quietly, as if brooding upon the great changes which the recess might make upon the character of his State and the fortunes of the nation. The keen and capable Speaker, Mr. Grow, was prompt as ever at determining the parliamentary position of things, and the reading clerk went on in his usual mechanical vein at the calling of names and the uttering of sections and motions. That was the word for the whole body, and, like the going out of the hall of a great congregation of hissing, flitting files, the Thirty- seventh Congress locked up its desks and closed its occupation. Many will thank God that it concluded to go home without effecting, what some of its memb