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n up and passed. The Senate then went into secret session. In the House, Mr. Bouldin, from the Committee on Finance, reported a bill making an appropriation for the expenditures of Government, and a bill to prevent public officers from speculating in Confederate notes. The number of resolutions of inquiry submitted was large. Among them we notice the following: By Mr. Hunter, of Berkeley — Of requiring all able-bodied foreigners to serve in the army or leave the State. By Mr. Worsham--Of ascertaining what can be done, without detriment to the public interest, to allow the furloughs of soldiers to be regarded as passports on the railroads, &c., and so that loyal citizens may be relieved from the inconveniences of the present passport system. By Mr. Holden--Of removing slaves from counties invaded by the public enemy. By Mr. Winston--Of amending the existing law so as to require all polls taken in camp to be forwarded by mail when practicable. By Mr. English--Of enro