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the Senate and Speaker of the House of Representatives shall adjourn their respective Houses on Thursday, the 20th of April, at twelve o'clock M. A motion to reconsider this vote was lost. On motion of Mr. Garnett, of Va., the House decided to take a recess at 3 o'clock each day during the remainder of the session, to meet again at 7½ o'clock in the evening. A bill was passed allowing miners to hold commissions in the Provisional Army of the Confederate States. The House passed the bill, reported from the Committee on Military Affairs, to exempt certain persons from military only, and to repeal all acts heretofore passed by Congress on the same subject. During the evening session the House considered the bill to regulate the compensation for public printing, which was passed by a vote of ayes 46, nose 3t. On motion of Mr. Miles, of S. C., the House adjourned over until Saturday, to observer Good Friday. On this motion the vote stood — ayes 33, nose 37