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On motion of Mr. Greene, so much of the Governor's message as relates to bounties for the manufacture of saltpetre, was referred to the Committee on Military Affairs. A message was received from the Senate announcing the passage of a joint resolution, asking for the restoration of Gen. John B. Floyd to his command. (Published on yesterday.) Mr. Prince, in view of the importance of the subject, moved that immediate action be suspended and the resolution laid upon the table. Mr. Worsham objected to the postponement, and urged that not a moment could be lost in restoring to his command this gallant and tried officer. Mr. Saunders asked the friends of the resolution not to press it to its passage to day, as there were many who desired to obtain information on the subject before voting upon it. The motion to lay on the table was adopted. A second message was received from the Senate, communicating the adoption of the House resolutions for the appointment of a