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nal having stated that the House resolutions for amending the Constitution were read yesterday a first and second time. Mr. Sumner moved to amend by striking out "second time." After considerable discussion by Messrs. Douglas, Sumner and Pugh, the Senate agreed to read the (Corwin) resolutions a second time — yeas 31, nays 5. Pending which, Mr. Collamer presented the credentials of Hon. J. Collamer, Senator elect from the 4th of March next from Vermont. House.--The Speaker lae Whole on the Post-Office Appropriation bill. [Second Dispatch.] Washington, March 3. --Mr. Johnson replied pungently to Mr. Lane, causing much applause in the galleries, which were consequently cleared. The Peace Congress propositions were debated. Several minor appropriations were concurred in. Mr. Pugh moved to substitute the Crittenden resolutions for the Peace Congress propositions. At midnight last night the Senate took a recess until 7 o'clock to-night.
Sale of Negroes. We will sell at Charlotte Court-House, on Monday, the 4th day of March next, about Fifty Negroes. Terms--At sale. Thomas Pugh, Stephen Davis. fe 16--dtd