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resolution or Mr. Chilton, a resolution for the discharge of the present Military Committee, and authorizing the Speaker to appoint a new committee. The Chair decided the resolution not in order. The question recurring upon the resolution of Mr. Chilton. Mr. Hamser, of Ark., moved to amend by striking out the word "fire" and inserting "thirteen," and the monon was agreed to The resolution as amended was then passed. Mr. Garlard, of Ark, moved to take up a resolution offered by him some days age, to increase the Military Committee from nine to thirteen members. The resolution was taken up and agreed to. Mr. Davis, of Miss., asked to be excused from further service on the Military Committee. By a vote of the House he was excused. Mr. Kenner, of La., introduced a bill entailed to enable the States assuming the war tax to pay the same into the Treasury. The bill was engrossed, read a third time, and passed. On motion, the House went into secret session.