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Sept. 17th, 1862. Senate.--The Senate met pursuant to adjournment. Mr. Sparrow, from the Committee on Military Affairs reported back a House bill in relati opposed their exemption. These were the very men he desired to catch. Mr. Sparrow moved to around so as to make it read ministers of "religion" instead of ther over the age of thirty five years." The amendment was negatived. Mr. Sparrow moved to add to exempting clause, "all members who have been or are now membtes, it was the duty of Tankards and Quakers to take part in this war. Messrs, Sparrow and Preston opposed the motion to reconsider, and it was defeated. The clor the public defence, under contracts with the Secretary of the Navy." Mr. Sparrow moved to add to the exempting clause relating to overseers "one overseer onvice." Agreed to. Pending the consideration of the amendment offered by Mr. Sparrow, on motion, the Senate adjourned to meet on Friday. House of Representa