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all the information he has upon the subject, and whether any steps have been taken by the Executive in the matter. On motion of Mr. Brown. of Miss, the question was taken. Mr. Yancay's amendment was then put to the vote and passed. Mr. Henry. of Tenn moved that the resolution as amended be indefinitely postponed. Lost. The resolution, as amended, was then adopted by 13 ayes, 8 nors. Mr. Sparrow, from the Committee on Military Affairs, reported a bill, in accordance with th cause to be sent to this House copies of the following papers, viz: Original and Supplemental Report of Gen. Pillow in regard to the affair at Fort Donelson, with the sworn statements of Cols. Forrest and Burck, and Majors Haynes, Nicholson, and Henry; also, the correspondence between the Department of War and Gen. Pillow since his suspension from command, restoring him to his former position and command; and all other correspondence between that officer and the Department of War, with a view