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ir regiments or batteries; and the amendment was agreed to — yeas, ninety one; nays, thirty-one. Several amendments to the Senate amendment were agreed to, and the Senate amendment as amended was adopted. The Senate non-concurred in the House amendments, asked a committee of conference, and appointed Mr. Wilson, Mr. Howard, and Mr. Buckalew managers. The House agreed to the conference, and appointed as managers on the part of the House Mr. Garfield, of Ohio, Mr. Odell, of New-York, and Mr. Scofield, of Pennsylvania. In the House, Mr. Garfield made a report from the conference committee. He stated that the House passed, a few days ago, a joint resolution defining the pay of officers' servants. That joint resolution went to the Senate, and in its place a bill of thirteen sections was substituted. The House took that bill of thirteen sections, adopted the first eight, cut off the remaining five, and added twenty-three sections of its own. There were thirty points of differe