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The House met at its usual hour, Mr. Speaker Bocock in the Chair. Prayer by Rev. Dr. Burrows, of Richmond. Journal of yesterday read and agreed to. The Speaker announced the regular standing committees, published elsewhere. Mr. Clopton, of Ala., offered a bill to regulate the appointment of officers, which was referred to the Committee on the Judiciary. Mr. Chilton, of Ala., submitted several resolutions of inquiry. Mr. Hanley, of Ark., offered a resolution to admit J. P. Johnson, a contestant for a seat in this House, to the privileges of the floor. Adopted, except as to secret sessions. Mr. Dawkins, of Fla., presented certain resolutions adopted by the Legislature of that State. They related in part to the arrearages of pay due to mail contractors. Referred to Committee on Post-Offices and Post Roads Mr. Gartrell, of Ga., presented resolutions of that State, relative to the pay of officers and soldiers of the army. Referred to Committee on Military Aff
of King Jeff's treasury notes, to be used for his personal convenience when he arrived at Fort Lafayette, but not being aware that such currency was received on deposit in Wall street, and for other reasons, the kind offer was declined. Capt. Johnson, of North Carolina, was one of those captured at Hatteras, and was only released from Fort Warren by exchange on the 10th of January last. He immediately rejoined what was left of his old regiment, and got in just in time to be taken again.-was not long before plenty of ammunition was at hand, and now they prepared them. We fought four days, and were up four nights, and under such circumstances a man might fall asleep whilst firing a gun and our Generals (Pillow, Bruckner, and Johnson) knew that a surrender was almost inevitable. General Floyd said he wouldn't surrender, and took his original division, Col. Wharton, and Col. McCausland, and started for Nashville. I fear that one of his regiments, the 20th Mississippi, w
her of N. C., Dawkins of Fla., and Chambliss of Va. Judicatory.--Messrs. Gartrell of Geo., Russell of Va. Dargan of Ala., Moore of Ky., Garland of Ark., Heiskell of Tenn., Gray of Texas, Ashe of N. C., and Holcombe of Va. Commerce--Messrs. Curry of Ala., Trippe of Geo., Cooke of Mo., McDowell of N. C., Lyons of Va., Sexton of Texas, Villere of La., F. W. Bruce of Ky., and Chambliss of Miss. Post-Offices and Post Roads.--Messrs. Chilton of Ala., Conrow of Mo., Royster of Ark., Johnson of Va., Clark of Geo., Davidson of N. C., Welsh of Miss., Hilton of Fla., and Herbert of Texas. Territories and Public Lands.--Messrs. Wilcox of Texas, Marshall of La., Jenkins of Va., Freeman of Mo., Foster of Ala., Batson of Ark., Lewis of Geo., Ewing of Ky., and Meness of Tenn. Indian Affairs--Messrs. Singleton of Miss., Elliott of Ky., Hanley of Ark., Dupre of La., Goods of Va., Tibbs of Tenn., Wright of Texas, Arrington of N. C., and Rawis of Ala. Parents.--Messrs. Bell