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he 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. The Clerk announced a message from the House of Representatives embodying resolutions adopted by that body. [See House proceedings] Mr. Henry, of Tenn, said he hoped the resolutions would prove premature. From the dispatch that had been received, and from conversation with the President he was disposed to hope that General Johns on was not killed, but badly wounded. The dispatch was send off just at the close of the fight, and it was probable that General Johnston and been wounded, and, as in often the case, had been reported dead. At all events, it would be well to wait until we are well informed, or until the first dispatch was corroborated. Mr. Davis, of North Carolina, stated that he dispatch announcing the death of General Johnston was sent to the Adjutant General by General Beauregard. It was empha