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st mentioned purpose. The vote on the passage of the bill was — yeas 120; nays 0. Treasury Note Bill.--On motion of Mr. Haymond, the House proceeded to consider the bill "authorizing the issue of Treasury notes." A motion was submitted by Mr. Bass, to send the bill back to the Finance Committee, to be amended. Mr. Keen spoke in opposition thereto, saying that previous bills had appropriated sums of money not in the Treasury, and this bill was intended to supply it. Mr. Yerby favored speedy action in the premises. The motion to reconsider failed. The vote on the passage of the bill resulted, ayes, 111; noes, none. The Speaker congratulated the House on having done a good day's work. The 1st section of the bill directs the Governor, for the purpose of raising means for the defence of the State, to authorize the Auditor to issue Treasury notes in sums of not less than $20, and not exceeding one million in amount. The 2d section states that