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to retake the proof, and to adduce such legal evidence as they may be able to adduce, such proof to be taken according to the existing law. Upon this resolution the ayes and noes were called, and resulted as follows: ayes 45, noes 35 --A motion to reconsider this vote was laid upon the table. The House then took up the next special order, the bill reported by Mr. Kenner, of La., entitled an act to raise revenue. The first section of this bill provides: That on the first day of January, 1863, there shall be levied and assessed on each person resident in the Confederate States, for the support of the Government and the defence of the country, the following tar, to with One fifth of the value of all the wheat, corn, rice, rye, oats, potatoes, hemp, flax, peas, beans, barley, bay, wool, rosin, tar, pitch, turpentine, cotton, sugar, molasses, and tobacco produced by him in those States during the previous calendar year, also, one fifth of the value of the increase for the