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es.--House met at 12 o'clock, and was called to order by the Speaker. The Speaker stated that the unfinished business of Friday was first in order, being the bill to authorize the acceptance of troops from Kentucky and Missouri for a term of service less than three years, reported back from the Committee on Military Affairs with the recommendation that the committee be discharged from its further consideration. The bill was sustained by Messrs. Foote, of Tenn., Largan, of Ala., and Smith, of Va., and opposed by Messrs. Miles, of S. C., Read, of Ky., and Vest of Mo. The question being called and sustained, and the committee discharged, the vote was then taken on the motion that the bill be laid upon the table. On this motion the ayes and noes were ordered and resulted — ayes 46, noes 37. So the bill was laid upon the table. Mr. Read, of Ky., moved a reconsideration of the vote with a view to recommit the bill to the Military Committee. Pending this motion. O
et, was required to give security for his good behavior. Rufus F. Anderson, charged with drunkenness and disorderly conduct in the Theatre, was fined a dollar. Moses, slave of J. R. Anderson, was ordered five lashes for smoking a cigar in the street. Mackenzie, slave of Geo. Hutton, and Harrison, slave of Dr. Mingo, were whipped for going without passes, as prescribed by law. Francis M. Augell was committed for further examine on on the charge of being a substitute agent, and getting money under false pretences. Toby, slave of Talbott &Bro., was whipped for stealing a watch worth $40 from Mrs. Berths Wagner. Smith slave of Capt. Meade, found without a pass, and with a lot of rice supposed to have been stolen, was ordered to be punished. Benjamin, slave of Shirley Harrison, found without a pass and supposed to be a runaway, was committed to await the call of his owner. Jos. H. Hackett was fined $1 for assaulting Jno. W. Sherris, on Main street.