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ot large, and was chiefly in articles which had been indispensable. The Committee were discharged as requested. The motion pending from Saturday, to reconsider a joint resolution for the adjournment of Congress on Tuesday, the 30th instant, was rejected. The resolution was ordered to be sent to the House. The Exemption bill then came up as the unfinished business the pending amendment being one for the exemption of justices of the peace. A discussion ensued, in which Messrs. Haynes and Hunter advocated the exemption of justices — The debate was then extended, and resulted in some sparring between members, which profited no the and resulted in nothing. A message from the President, in answer to a resolution, announced that the Executive had no information of the hanging of soldiers without trial. Ordered to be printed. The Senate adjourned. House of Representatives.--House met at 12 o'clock. Prayer by Rev. Dr. Doggett. The Chair said. that the