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s was made the special order of the day for next Tuesday. The Military Committee were instructed to report if the expenses of the War Department cannot be reduced. Mr. Powell's resolutions were again taken up. Mr. Bigler, of Pa, made a Union speech. Mr. Pugh, of Ala., was in favor of the Union, but favored the rights of the South, too. A running debate ensued between Messrs. Pugh and Iverson, of Ga.; Douglas, of Ill..; Tea Eyck, of New Jersey; Green, of Mo.; Fitch, of Ind; Powell, of Ky; Wade, of Ohio, and others, on the same subject. Mr. Mason, of Va., said we are satisfied, unless we can have other evidences by conventions in all the States, that we are not bound to remain in the Union. Messrs. Collamer, of Vt.; Wigfall, of Texas, and Davis, of Miss., interchanged their views, and pending the subject, the Senate. Adjourned. House.--Mr. Cobb, of Ala., said what was necessary to be done to save the Union, should be done at once, as Alabama ha