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Resolved. That the Committee on Finance be instructed to inquire into the expediency of at once conferring upon the Government of the Confederate States the power to control the Cotton and Tobacco crops of the country by receiving whatever supplies in kind or by purchase from individuals, at a price fixed, or by such an advance upon their value in Treasury, Notes or Confederate bonds, as may enable the Government to make their possession the basis of credit and negotiation abroad. Mr. Harris, of Mississippi, presented a communication in relation to the disposition of the Cotton already subscribed to the Confederate loan, which was received and referred to the Committee on Finance. Mr. Ochiltree, of Texas, offered the following resolution, which was adopted: Resolved, That the Committee on Finance be instructed to inquire into the expediency of collecting all duties imposed by the laws now in force on goods, wares, merchandize and commodities of every description what
's Run, near Manassas. The killed were two men by the name of Hammond, Isaac Frank, Smith Martin, Anderson Orr, James George, James Kershaw, W. W. Brooks, Joel Yarborough, Robert Hamilton, and George Grambling. Wounded. J. B. Martin, hip, slightly. Lieut. Hulsey, severely. Benjamin Watkins, arm. James Adair, flesh wound in left arm. John Grambling, in band, very slightly. Tonsy Henderson, arm, slightly. Mr. Christian was severely bruised by a wagon passing over him. Wm. Harris, in the leg, slightly. Dave Croft, wounded slightly in the body, head and foot. Mr. Holtaclaw, in the arm. Jerry Cannant, slightly hurt. Lieut. Smith, dangerously in arm and hip. Thos. Norwood, arm broken. Lieut. Love, slight wound in the neck. Sergeant Smith was twice knocked down by the force of bombs, but escaped almost unhurt. Thomas Stokes was severely wounded. Mr. Elliot, slightly injured. Jesse Thrasher, of the Atlanta Greys, killed three Yankees in suc