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e delegate to a seat on the floor, and referring the question of privilege to the Committee on Indian Affairs. Agreed to. [Mr. Boudinot is an intelligent, shrewd-looking man, youthful in appearance, with features denoting Indian lineage] Mr. Hanly, of Ark., from the Committee on Indian Affairs, offered a resolution, which was adopted, requesting the Secretary of War to furnish the House with a copy of the treaty lately concluded between the Confederate States and the tribe of Cherokee Indians. The House concurred in the Senate amendments to the bill making appropriations for the Executive, Legislative, and Judicial expenses of the Government for the month of December, 1862. The bill to provide clothing and shoes for the army was taken up, and the Senate amendment (providing that clothing shall be of such kind as to quality and color as it may be practicable to obtain, any law to the contrary not withstanding,) was concurred in. A Senate bill to pay to the Stat