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er any law thereof. Resolved, also, That the president be requested to communicate to this House copies of any orders or any other papers relating to the case of the said Charles K. Hyde, with a statement of any testimony taken in the case. These resolutions were opposed by Mr. Swann, of Tenn., end sustained by Mr. Baldwin, and were finally agreed to by — ayes 58, noes 13. Mr. Crockett, of Ky., called up the report of the Committee on Elections in regard to the petition of J. P. Johnson, contesting the seat of A. H. Garland, the sitting member from the Third Congressional District of Arkansas. Mr. Trippe, of Ga, offered the following substitute for both the majority and minority reports: Resolved, That a vacancy be, and is hereby declared in the representation from the Third Congressional District of the State of Arkansas. Resolved, That the Clerk of this House do transmit a certified copy of the foregoing resolutions to the Governor of Arkansas. Mr.