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o drive the enemy from her borders and maintain the ancient boundaries of the Commonwealth. Under the resolution dividing the Senators into three classes, whose terms shall be, respectively, of two years, four years, and six years, the ballots were drawn with the following result: Terms of present Senators. Alabama.--C. C. Clay, 2 years; W. L. Yancey, 6 years. Arkansas--Mr. Johnson, 2 years; Mr. Mitchell, 6 years. Florida--Mr. Baker, 2 years; Mr. Maxwell, 4 years. Georgia.--Mr. Toombs, 2 years; Mr. Hill, 6 years. Kentucky.--Mr. Simms, 2 years; Mr. Burnett, 6 years. Louisiana--Mr. Semmes, 4 years; Mr. Sparrow, 6 years. Mississippi.--Mr. Phelan, 2 years; Mr. Brown, 4 years. Missouri.--Mr. Clarke, 2 years; Mr. Peyton, 4 years. North Carolina.--Mr. Davis, 2 years; Mr. Dorisch, 4 years. South Carolina.--Mr. Barnwell, 4 years; Mr. Orr 6 years. Tennessee.--Mr. Henry, 4 years; Mr. Haines, 6 year's. Texas.--Mr. Wigfall, 4 years; Mr. Oldham, 6 years. Virginia.--
75,000 three-months' men were gathered at Washington, as it were, on a kind of Fourth of July celebration. He spoke of the splendid campaign of Napoleon in Italy, and thought that a similar result would have followed if We had advanced into Western Virginia, Kentucky, and Maryland. He proceeded at some length in advocacy of an offensive policy. The plan he proposed was the appointment of a Commander-in Chief of the army, and leave to him the direction of military operations, and suggested Toombs, who possessed the revolutionary spirit. Mr. Foote announced that a dispatch had been received with the gratifying news that General Price had gained another great and signal victory over the Federal forces in Missouri, killing and wounding seven hundred, with a loss of but one hundred on our side. Mr. Machen, of Kentucky, replied to the remarks of Mr. Boyce. He thought the discussion had taken a wide range. When the House undertook to act upon the conduct of those who had the ma