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into the , and was not aware of the fact until yesterday evening. Mr. Hill, of Ga, said the law only applied a letters and not newspapers and documents. The Pr said the Clerk would report existing bill. The bill was read, and also the one subscribed by the member from Florida. Mr. Hunter, of Va., needs an inquiry converting it fearing it might be verging upon the old tracking privilege. Mr. Barysall moved it be referred to Commander Post-Office and Post-Roads. Mr. Smith of La, introduced a bill to re 45 and 46 of the act of the Proclamation Congress, entitled "An act to establish judicial courts in the Confederate States." It was referred to the Committee on Judiciary. Mr. Havers, of Tenn., presented a bill for the payment for horses cost of killed in the military service. The bill provides that any man or staff officer, or any mounted volunteer f, who shall loss his horse in action, by accident, drowning, or by any other means beyond his power of c
and he is hereby requested to withdraw, from Great Britain to Commissioners heretofore sent hither, and leave the Government of that country forth to pursue such policy in reference to these States as it may team best, without unsettled or suggestion on the part of this Government. Mr. Peyor, of Va., offered the following resolution, which was adopted: d That the Committee on Military be instructed to inquire into the expediency of reporting a bill for the organization of one or more battalions of Pontonters. Mr. Garnett, of Va., offered a resolution bet the Committee on Military Affairs be infracted to inquire into the expediency of publishing a corps of heavy artillery, in order to provide instructed artillery men for by ford batteries and forts. Mr. Smith, of Va., introduced a memorial with reference to a certain claim, which, without reading, was referred to the Commines on Claims. On motion of Mr.Gartrell, of Geo., the m then went into secret session.