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Confederate States Congress Monday, January 19, 1863. Senate--The Senate met at 12 o'clock M.--Hon. R. M. T. Hunter in the Chair. Prayer by the Rev. Dr. Dogget, of the M dist Church. Mr. Hill, of Ga., submitted the credentials of the Hen. Hershel V. Johnson, elect from the State of Georgia to the sent of Hon. Rommittees for the Senate, reported the following as the organization agreed upon by the committee, which was adopted: Foreign Affairs.--Messrs. Orr, Yancey, Hunter, Wigfall, and Maxwell. Finance.--Messrs. Barnwell, Hunter, Davis, Semmes, and Johnson, of Ga. Commerce.--Messrs. Clay, Dortch, Oldham, Poyton, and BakerHunter, Davis, Semmes, and Johnson, of Ga. Commerce.--Messrs. Clay, Dortch, Oldham, Poyton, and Baker. Affairs.--Messrs. Brown, Maxwell, Simms, Yancay, and Johnson, of Ga. Judiciary.--Messrs. Hill, , Phelan, Semmes, and Caperton, Indian Affairs.--Messrs. Johnson of Arkansas, Oldham, Clark, Simms and Phelan Post-Offices and Post Reads.--Messrs. Oldham, Haynes, Mitchall, Baker, and Payton. Public Lands.--M
terly complaining of the inequality which the impressment system, inflicted upon the producing farms of Virginia, and citing several instances the matter. Mr. Hunter said the Secretary of War had nothing to do with the subject. It was wholly with the Quartermaster's Department, and the instructions from that officer relativaunders of Franklin, submitted an amendment to the amendment authorizing the committee on the part of the House to confer with the Confederate authorities. Mr. Hunter withdrew his amendment. Mr. Robinson, of Richmond offered a resolution proposing a committee of nine, on the part of the House, to inquire into the injury,elations. The Speaker announced the following gentleman as composing the Committee on Confederate Relations: Messrs. Newton, Rives, Robertson, of Richmond, , Hunter, Barbous, Gratton, Saunders, of Campbell, Dehusy, Base, Metlement, ston, and Mr. offered a resolution our Senators, and requesting our Representatives in