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. The bill referred to the Committee on Claims, to authorize the issue of bonds to subscribers to the produce loan in certain cases, was reported back, with a recommendation that it do not pass. The same committee also reported a hill to provide for the payment for horses which die from wounds received in battle or are permanently disabled in the Confederate service. Substitutes for the bill of the Committee were offered by Messrs Boteler, of Va., and Read, of Ky. The measure was advocated by Messrs Boteler, Chamb, Baldwin, Read, and others, and opposed by Messrs Knan and Clarke, of Ga. The House finally adopted the substitute offered by Mr. Read of Ky., which provides payment for horses killed in action, or permanently disabled, or unavoidably captured by the enemy. An amendment to the substitute, which was also agreed to, fixes the maximum valuation of horses so lost at $200. In the evening further reports from the same committees were received and acted upon.