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bertson, the Committee on Military Affairs was increased by the addition of five members. The Speaker also appointed Messrs. Edmunds, Sheffey, Flood. George, and Minor to constitute such addition to the Committee. The Speaker also appointed Messrs. Newton, Tredway, Sheffey, Collier, Saunders, Franklin, Bouldin and Stregar to constitute the Committee on the manufacture of sea salt. On motion of Mr. Burks. the unfinished business of Monday, being the consideration of the bill suspending legMcDewel asking the revival of county lines; also on the petition of Flora, a free woman of color. From Committee on Finance.--Adverse report on the petition of Edward B. Bale; also on the petitions of Arch, Davis, and of Baldwin, &c. Mr. Newton offered a resolution, which was adopted, unanimously, expressing the sympathies of the House with the Charleston sufferers, and authorizing the Committee on Finance to report a bill appropriating fifty thousand dollars for their relief. Mr