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The substitution of the amendment of Mr. Ellicott was the only material change of the bill as it came from the Senate, and with that amendment the bill was passed by the House, and goes back to the Senate for its concurrence. Mr. Holcomes, from the Committee on the Judiciary, reported back the bill on the subject of military exemptions, referred to last week, and moved that the committee be excused from its further consideration. Mr. Russell, of Va., moved that the special order of the day — viz: The bill relating to the sequestration and confiscation of property of alien enemies-be postponed until Thursday next, at 1 o'clock. Agreed to. A majority and a minority report from the Committee on Elections were submitted in reference to the case of J. P. Johnson, who conte is the election of Hon. A. H. Garland. After some discussion, both reports were recommitted to the committee, without instructions. On motion of Mr. Miles, the House then went into secret session.