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s ordered that when the House adjourn to-day, it be until Monday. Mr. Cobb, of Ala., from the Committee on Public Lands, reported a bill, in the shape of a substitute, to construe the word "minimum" in designating the price of public lands. Mr. Stevens, of Pa., moved the bill be tabled. The Speaker appointed the following to constitute the committee of one from each State on the secession portion of the Message: Corwin, of Ohio; Millson, of Va.; , of Mass.; Winslow, of N. C.; Humphrey, of N. Y.; Boyce, of S. C.; Campbell, of Pa.; Love, of Ga.; Terry, of Ct.; Davis, of Md.; Robinson, of R. I.; Whitley, of Del.; Tappan, of N. H.; Stration, of N. J.; Bristow, of Ky.; Morrill, of Vt.; Nelson, of Tenn.; Dunn, of ; Taylor, of La.; Davis, of Miss.; Kellogg, of Ill.; Houston, of Ala.; Morse, of Me.; Mich.; Hawkins, of Fla.; Hamilton, of Tex.; Washburne, of Wis.; Curtis, of Iowa; Burch, of Cal.; Windom, of Min., and Stout, of Oregon. Mr. Hawkins, of Fla. asked to be excused