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's message as relates to the placing of negroes in the military service to the Committee on Confederate Relations, with instructions to report adversely to the proposition. The resolution gave rise to much discussion, the House dividing on the two propositions presented: whether negroes were to be employed as soldiers or as pioneers, cooks, teamsters, etc. Motions to indefinitely postpone and lay on the table were lost, and the resolution was referred, rejecting an amendment, by Mr. Worsham, inserting the words "as soldiers" after the words "military service." Mr. Dyerle submitted a resolution inviting a joint committee of both Houses to confer with the Secretary of War concerning a detail of mechanics and workers in wood and iron to meet the demand of the farmers of the State; which resolution was agreed to. A resolution of Mr. Deane, inviting General Joseph E. Johnston to a privileged seat on the floor of the House, was adopted. The remainder was consumed by