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es. Referred to the Military Committee. Also, a resolution to dispense with secret sessions except upon a vote of one-third of the members present. Mr. Foote proceeded to discuss this resolution, but a message from the President being announced, the resolution was laid over for consideration tomorrow. The message of the President, Reports of the several Departments, and a correspondence between Gen. R. E. Lee and the Federal General Halleck, were laid before the House, when Mr. Jones, of Tennessee, moved that the message and accompanying documents be referred to the Committee of the Whole, and the usual number be ordered to be printed. Mr.Foote then introduced a preamble and joint resolution providing for an immediate call of 250,000 men to the army of the Confederate States. Referred to the Committee on Military Affairs. Mr. Lyons, of Virginia, presented the memorial of contain conscripts now in service. Referred. Mr. Russell, of Virginia, offered a re
append; Daniel Scroggins, for assaulting and beating Wm. J. Hill, was bound ever to keep the peace in the sum of $150--Michael and Ann O'Shea, charged with threatening to injure the profile and personnel of James Donoho, were each bound over in the sum of $100 --Edger Harman, charged with forging the names of M. M. and J. W. Harman, upon six checks, on the Bank of Virginia, to the extent of $100, was continued.--Lewis, a slave, was ordered fifteen lashes for having in his possession an overcoat, supposed to be stolen. --Fritz Stenbenberg was fined $5 because his drivers infringed upon the sidewalks with their vehicles.--Godfrey Robert was fined $5 and his purchases confiscated for huckstering.--Wm. Jones, for violently assaulting Mary E. Mitchell, was sent on. --Jerry Kenny, charged with feloniously shoot Michael Riordan, was remanded for examinations — Jacob and Mary C. Brady, charged with assaulting Sarah Foy, were required to give security, in the sum of $150 to keep the peace.
Pure British. The London Times calls the Yankees a "mongrel race," and speaks of us as the genuine descendants of Englishmen. We certainly have much more English blood in our veins than the Yankees or rather English, Scotch, and Welsh — that is British blood. Look, for instance, at this list of Generals, taken at random: Lee, (English;) Johnston (Scottish;) Longstreet, Jackson, Jones, Pemberton Davis, Johnson, Ewell, Pendleton, Early, Garland Bragg, Smith, Stevens, Mason, Ashby, Hill. Anderson, Whiting, Pryor, Randolph, (English,) Stuart, Robertson, Buchanan. (Scotch;) and Morgan (Welsh.) Now, look at the Yankees. We seem to be copying from the tomb-stones of Frankfort on the Rhine; Schenke, Stelnwchr, Schœfpff, Siegel, Rosecranz, Carl Schurz, Heintzelman, and Blencker