conceded, say the members, for the sake of the country, and not as concessions to the Executive.
But the Commissary-General's nomination, and hundreds of others, were not sent into the Senate, in derogation of the Constitution; and hundreds that were sent in, have not been acted on by the Senate, and such officers now act in violation of the Constitution.
Dill's Government Bakery, Clay Street, is now in flamessup-posed to be the work of an incendiary.
Loss not likely to be heavy.
There is a rumor that Frederick's Hall, between this city and Fredericksburg, was taken to-day by a detachment of the enemy's cavalry, an hour after Gen. Lee passed on his way to the army.
This is only rumor, however.
A dispatch from Gen. Lee's Chief Commissary, received to-day, says the army has only bread enough to last till the 1st of March, to-morrow!
and that meat is getting scarce again.
Col. Northrop, the Commissary-General, indorses on this, that