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lay the potion on the table — yeas, seventy-three; nays, eighty-five. Mr. Blair's motion to reconsider the vote was then agreed to — yeas, eighty-three; nays, seventy-one. Mr. Smithers's amendment, in the nature of a substitute, was then agreed to — yeas, eighty-one; nays, seventy-five. Mr. Stevens moved further to amend the bill by adding that nothing contained in the act should be construed to alter, or in any way affect the law relative to those conscientiously opposed to bearing arms. Mr. Pike, of Maine, moved to amend Mr. Stevens's amendment requiring the enrolment of persons between forty-five and fifty years of age; but it was lost — yeas, forty-seven; nays, one hundred and two. Mr. Stevens's amendment was then agreed to — yeas, seventy-seven; nays, sixty-four. The bill, as amended, was then passed — yeas, eighty-two; nays, seventy-seven. In the Senate, on the twenty-ninth, Mr. Wilson, from the Committee on Military Affairs, to which the bill had been referred, report