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, without reading, he asked to be referred to the Committee on Claims. Mr. Clapp, of Miss., offered a series of joint resolutions with reference to the prosecution of the war and other matters, which he presented as a substitute for the series of resolutions offered by Mr. Foote several days since. Laid on the table. Mr. Smith, of N. C., gave notice that he should move to take up the report of the Committee on Elections, in the contested election cats between A. H. Garland and J. B. Johnson, of Ark., to morrow at 1 o'clock. Mr. Mills of S. C., submitted a communication from the Quartermaster-General, which he moved to have printed and referred to the Military Committee. Motion agreed to. Also, a communication from the Chief of Ordnance in reference to an increase of pay of Chief Armorer. Referred. Also, a resolution that the Committees on Military and Naval Affairs have the privilege of reporting at any time during the sessions. Upon this resolution a point
, willing, and armed to fight, to now rally to the ranks of our army. Let men seeking office or position enter the ranks and ascend to the higher position of deeds of valor Now is the time. We want no neutrals, less skulking, loud-mouthed brawlers for the South here after, who now halt of hesitate to repair to the field of battle. We shall feel at liberty to upbraid all such to at may fall under our observation who shall thus fall behind their professions and patriotic boasting. With Gens. Johnson, Polk, Beauregard, and Bragg; supported as they should be by the great body of the country, we could rest in confidence. We could feel firm, be resolute, yea, hopeful. Let not the skill and bravery of the commanders be left to defeat by , indifference, or in action of the South. The acts and the results of the General must vindicate him. Success is the only true test of generalship. words will not do. We shall oversee whether we have success or defeat. If defeat we shall see wh
Arrests. --The Provost Marshal yesterday committed Michael A. Gately and a man named Johnson to Castle Godwin as political prisoners. Thomas Leonard, a notorious desperado and a deserter from the 14th Louisiana regiment, was apprehended, after five months leave from his comrades, and ironed and put in the same place.