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Confederate Administration and Congress. Several of the names, it will be seen, have a cross prefixed to them, intimating, probably, that they already favored his views, or needed to be still further approached on the subject. The list is as follows, in G. N. Sanders's hand writing: President Davis Secretary Mallory, Vice President Stevens P. M. G. Regan, Boyes Barnett Elliott, Miles Henry Wright, Tenn., Miss, Matches, Russia, Bruce, Lyons, Johnson, Cacke, Wigfait The following unsigned letter is also found among the captured papers: The Hon. S. R. Mallory, Secretary of the Navy: Sir --As I contemplate leaving here, without loss of time, for Europe, for the purpose of rendering important and valuable service to the Confederacy, I deem it proper to recommend to you the necessity of my having the co-operation of Commodore Forrest in the plans which have been suggested to you. He is an official
Louisiana offered a resolution that the President be requested to inform Congress. If not incompatible with the public interest, what stips if any, have been taken to procure the liberation or exchange of persons, who taken from civil life have been transported or confined beyond the limits of the Confederacy, and also whether any and what persons to confined have at the instance of this Government, been set at liberty, Agreed to. Mr. Chilson. of Ala, introduced a bill to provide for refunding to the State of Alabama the amount overpaid by said State, on account of the war tax of 1861--referred to Committee of Ways and Means. Mr. Lyons, of Va., offered a resolution requesting the President to inform the House whether Richard otherwise known is Zervona was an officer of the Confederacy at the time of his capture; and the circumstances of his capture, if known to the President, and why he has not been exchanged, Agreed to. On motion of Mr. Clapp, the House adjourned.