On leave, Mr. Smith, of Boston, introduced a new bill in relation to the militia; and that also was referred to the Committee on the Militia.
Mr. Tyler, of Boston, from the Finance Committee, reported to the House the Senate bill creating an emergency fund of $100,000. He moved that the rules be suspended, that of the House of Representatives of South Carolina, Jan. 23, 1861.
Mr. Holland offered the following, which were unanimously adopted:—
Whereas a certain Mr. Tyler, of Boston, has introduced a resolution in the Massachusetts Legislature, that, in view of the great suffering in South Carolina, the immediate consequence of thSouth Carolina Legislature.
You are respectfully requested to have them read in open session. W. F. Coy Kendall, Assistant Clerk.
March 19. In the House.—Mr. Tyler, of Boston, from the Committee on Finance, reported a resolve relating to the equipment of troops for active service in a new draft, reducing the sum from $35,00