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Confederate Congress.first session. Senate. Monday, April 7, 1862. The Georgia vacancy. Mr. Hill, of Georgia, introduced to the Senate the Hon John W. Lewis who there upon presented his credentials from the Governor of the State of Georgia as an accredited and duly appointed Senator to supply the vacancy occasioned by the non-acceptance of Hon Robert Toombs, Senator elect. Mr. Lewis was duly affirmed and took his seat. Mr. Semmes of La., presented a communication from the New Orleans Committee of Public Safety, relating to the existing war and the formation of similar associations in the different cities of the Confederacy.--It was referred, without being read, to the Military Committee. Mr. Phelan, of Miss., introduced a bill to authorize the issue of Confederate Treasury notes under the denomination of five dollars. The bill provides that the Secretary of the Treasury shall issue — amount of notes of the denomination of one dollar, one fifty, two, two fifty, t