n Congress. Washington, July 22.
--In the House, to-day Mr. Crittenden's resolution charging civil war upon the South, was passed by yeas 122 to ays 2. Messrs. Burnett and Reid voted nay.
In the Senate, the bill providing for the confiscation of the property of rebels found in arms against the United States was taken up Mr. Trumbull offered an amendment the slaves employed to aid the rebels shall be for recited by the master.
The bill was passed, by eas 32 to nays 6--Messrs. Breckinridge Johnson of Missouri, Kennedy, Pearce, Poll and Howell.
[second Dispatch.] Washington, July 22.
--In the Senate to-day he bill to increase the military establishments was returned from the House, and the Senate refused to concur in the amendments proposed.
A message was received from the President and the Senate went into Executive session.
In the House, Mr. Wright offered a resolution to the effect that the reverses at Bull' Run in no way impaired the ultimate succes