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States of this Confederacy for the purpose of negotiating a peace or consulting on the best method of effecting a cessation of hostilities; and to communicate such information to the Senate, if not incompatible with the public interest." Mr. Sparrow offered the following, which was agreed to: "Resolved, That the President be requested to communicate to the Senate the number of persons in each State exempted from military service upon the certificate of the Governors, respectively, that they are officers necessary for the proper administration of the governments of said States." Mr. Sparrow introduced a bill to authorize the President to receive into the military service such companies, battalions and regiments composed of foreigners as may offer themselves, and to appoint their officers. Referred to the Military Committee. Mr. Semmes, of Louisiana, introduced a bill to extend to the 1st of August, 1865, the time within which treasury notes of the old issue may b