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pronounced by Rev. J. B. Duncan, of the Methodist Church. Mr. Macfarland submitted several ordinances from the Committee on Finance. yment had not occasionally sold specie to private individuals? Mr. Macfarland answered 'No.' The ordinance was laid upon the table and orderee for more mature consideration. After a lengthy speech by Mr. Macfarland, Mr. Ambler propounded a question, whether money due from the NSouth has not been seized in Washington, as contraband of war? Mr. Macfarland answered "No." [We unhesitatingly say "yes," and we cannot understand why Mr. Macfarland should be ignorant of the fact.] Mr. Ambler replied, and in response to a question from Mr. Macfarland, whetherMr. Macfarland, whether England ever refused to pay her debts, and all pecuniary obligations to France, even while engaged in war with that nation? Mr. A. said he hof money to the enemy. Mr. Ambler was thus enabled to reply to Mr. Macfarland, the last-named gentleman being completely dumb-foundered by th