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ng standing committees for 1862 were announced: Committee of Finance.--Messrs. Grattan Burr, Hill, Glazebrook, and Haskins. Commissioners of Streets.--Jefferson Ward. Messrs. Haskins, Stokeessrs. Eups, Griffin, Grattan, Wynne, and Stokes. Oakwood.--Messrs. Talbott, Crutchfield, Denoon, Hill, and Richardson. Accounts.--Messrs. Richardson, Wynne, and Glazebrook. Seabrook's Warehouse.--Messrs. Scott, Burr, and Richardson. Claims--Messrs. Burr, Hill, and Epps. Police--Messrs. Hill. Grattan, and Denoon. City Jail.--Messrs. Griffin, Talbots, and Haskins. FirMessrs. Hill. Grattan, and Denoon. City Jail.--Messrs. Griffin, Talbots, and Haskins. Fire Department.--Messrs. Scott, Denoon, Haskins, Crutchfield, and Burr Disputed Elections.--Messrs. Wynne, Scott, Glazebrook, Epps, and Talbott. Poor House--Messrs Grattan, Glazebrook, Haskinsoon. Griffin, Richardson, Stokes, Scott, Crutchfield, and President of Council. Light.--Messrs. Hill, Glazebrook, Epps, Wynne, Crutchfield, Talbott, and President of Council. The Council pa
Confederate Congress.first session. Senate. Monday, April 7, 1862. The Georgia vacancy. Mr. Hill, of Georgia, introduced to the Senate the Hon John W. Lewis who there upon presented his credentials from the Governor of the State of Georgia as an accredited and duly appointed Senator to supply the vacancy occasioned by the non-acceptance of Hon Robert Toombs, Senator elect. Mr. Lewis was duly affirmed and took his seat. Mr. Semmes of La., presented a communication from the New w from the Military Committee, reported back, favorably, a bill for the appointment of a Board of Officers to develop and work beds in the Confederacy; also, reported a substitute for the bill regulating the Medical Department of the army. Mr. Hill, from the Judiciary Committee, reported a bill regulating the salaries of the Judges of the District Courts of the Confederate States. On motion of Mr. Clay, the bill was laid on the table. Respect to the memory of Gen. Johnston. T
$5 reward. --Ranaway from the subscriber, on Friday last, a bright Mulatto Boy named Albert. He is about 12 years old, about 4½ feet high; very stoutly built, and very intelligent; has dark, straight hair, cut short; had on a gray jacket and pants, and brown cadet cap. I will pay the above reward for him it delivered to me at my house, corner of Cary and 4th streets. John W. Hill. ap 8--3*