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egro labor, and owned by any person in the military service of the Confederate or State Governments, or any minor, or widow, or unmarried woman, or person not of sound mind." Mr. Phelan offered an amendment providing the mode of detailing an overseer on each plantation owned and cultivated as indicated in the original, and imposing a tax of five dollars per head on each slave on such plantation between the ages of sixteen and forty-five, to be paid into the treasury of the State. Mr. Phelim withdrew his amendment. On motion of Mr. Orr the amendment submitted by Mr. Sparrow was laid upon the table in order to allow Mr. Sparrow to submit a modification of his original amendment, making it read: "And owned by any person absent in the service, &c.," and providing that affidavit be made by three respectable neighbors of the plantation aforesaid; that such person is necessary for the public safety, which affidavit shall be furnished to the enrolling officer. Mr. Clark mo