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The consideration of the Navy bill was resumed. The amendment relative to the seven new sloops-of-war was read. Mr. Garnett, of Virginia, moved a proviso that these ships shall not be used in enforcing the Federal laws in, or assist land forcge the right of secession, and in this event all this business must end in civil war. Mr. Anderson, of Ky., asked Mr. Garnett if he was in favor of the Union. Mr. Garnett.--I am for the secession of Virginia at the earliest possible momentMr. Garnett.--I am for the secession of Virginia at the earliest possible moment. (Applause and hisses.) Mr. Millson, of Va., responded to Mr. Garnett, saying the building of the steamers was not a warlike measure, but intended for purposes of peace. The amendment was finally adopted. Senate.--Mr. Wade endeavoreMr. Garnett, saying the building of the steamers was not a warlike measure, but intended for purposes of peace. The amendment was finally adopted. Senate.--Mr. Wade endeavored to call up a bill discontinuing the mail service in the seceding States, but failed. The Finance Committee reported back the Army bill, with the amendments. The Postal bill was discussed. Mr. Hemphill, of Texas, endeavored to get in a s