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d by it. With all due deference to Mr. Scott, he would say that it appeared to him like a penny-wise and pound-foolish proposition. Mr. Scott finally withdrew his proposition at the suggestion of Mr. Burr, to offer it in another form. Mr. Wynne said he was opposed to paying any one to sign these notes. He could say without boasting, and could prove by facts which no one could gainsay, that he had, as a member of the Committee on Arms, rendered as much service as any person who had reil voted him a sum for signing the small notes, etc., which had occupied him six months and two weeks, to the almost total neglect of his private business. The third section of the report was then adopted — ayes 10, noes 2: Messrs. Scott and Wynne. On motion of Mr. Grattan, the Blank in the 4th section was filled with "50." The section was then adopted. Mr. Scott offered an additional section, making it the duty of the Chamberlain and Auditor, and their assistants, to aid in numb