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because the hands in the office had been called off by the militia draft. On motion of Mr. Hill, of Ga., the bill providing for the payment for horses lost in the Fishing Creek battle, was transferred to the secret session calendar. Mr. Johnson, of Arkansas, offered the following: Resolved, That the Secretary of the Treasury be directed to inform the senate whether any and what depositories of funds, he has established at Memphis, New Orleans, and other cities or posts of the C and if none have been established to report to the Senate whether any and what legislation may be necessary to enable him to establish such depositories, so as to secure a prompt supply of funds for the public service at distant points. Mr. Johnson complained that these depositories were absolutely necessary, and that parties were now obliged to travel all the way here from the Southwest when they desired funds for the use of the army, at great expense and delay. Mr. Barkwell, of S.