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vernment has nothing to retreat.--This will become evident as soon as the text of the treaty shall have been made known. Other speakers followed, and the policy of the Government was vehemently attacked. The Mayor of Liverpool, on the 26th ult., gave a grand banquet, at the Town Hall, to the commanders of the relief ships George Griswold, Achilles, and Hope. The guests numbered about seventy, and included the American Consul at Liverpool, Mr. Dudley, the Mayor of Manchester, Sir William Brown, barts, and most of the leading American merchants in Liverpool. The Mayor of Liverpool, in appropriate terms, proposed a toast to the commanders of the several ships, as representatives of the generous donors of the relief and Captains Lant and Galleghe, made feeling responses. The Mayor also proposed a toast to the "Representa- tive of the United States in Liverpool," and Consul Dudley responded, asserting, in the course of his speech that it was the earnest desire of the Governme
y passed over. The Senate were notified that the House of Representatives had disagreed to the amendment of the Senate to a bill authorizing the impressment of private property for the use of the army and other military purposes; and that it desired a committee of conference and had appointed Messrs. Holcombe, of Va., Chilton, of Ala., and Garland, of Ark., said committee on their behalf. Messrs. Haynes, Wigfall, and Caperton were appointed the committee on behalf of the Senate. Mr. Brown, from the Committee on Naval Affairs, by leave, reported a bill to regulate the supplies of clothing to enlisted men of the navy during the war, which was ordered to its engrossment and passed. A message was received from the President, which, according to his request, was considered in secret session. House of Representatives.--The House met at 12 o'clock, and was opened with prayer by Rev. Bishop Early. The Chair laid before the House Senate bill relative to the bonds of Q