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[Laughter.] Mr. Hindman reminded the gentleman that Mr. Martin was not present in the House. Mr. Clemens was not aware of that, but he had said nothing offensive. Mr. Hindman hoped the gentleman did not understand him as intimating that he [Mr. Clemens] had cast any imputation on his colleague. Mr. Clemens replied not at all, and added, in conclusion, he could conceive of men who would be unknown in this or any other Congress had they not, through the interposition of Providence, been elevated to a position they would not otherwise hold. From Charleston. The Charleston papers of Wednesday furnish the following items: We learn with regret that the Senate has rejected from the "Appropriation Bill " the appropriation recommended by both the House and the Senate for dredging the harbor. We think this is not doing justice to our city. The main ship channel is now closed by the sinking of five vessels, in order to prevent the entrance of hostile arm