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in the service of the Confederate i as follows: The Sargeant-major of glory$23;, first sergeants, $71; sergeants, , farries, and tiacksmiths, $17; , $17, and privates, $16; sergeant of artillery and infantry, $25; first $54 each; sergeants, $21; corporals at artificers, $17; musicians, $16, and private $15 each. The non-commissioned of the Mexicans, and privates serving in light officers to have the same pay as those of The revolution was referred to the Military Committee. Mr. Sparrow, of La., and Mr. Bill, of Ga., both presented revolutions from the Legislators of their respective States upon the same subjects which were referred. Mr. Oldeam, of Texas, moved that one hundred copies of the Postmaster general's respect, be printed for the use of the Senate.-- , and the reports ordered to be shared. The Senate went into secret session, and furnishing a while, opened the doors. Mr. Semmer, of La., presented the following solution: Resolved. That the C