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on, addressed to our representatives in Congress, calling upon them to urge the passage of a bill to mount and equip the cavalry, and make that branch of the service more efficient. The resolution was ordered to be laid over under the rules. Mr. Hutchinson introduced a joint resolution to encourage the production of supplies, and recommending the repeal of all laws now upon the statute books in relation to impressments. The resolution lies over under the rules. The Committee on Propositions and Grievances reported adversely to the resolution of Mr. Hall, of Wetzel, in relation to the opening of Capitol Square gates. The bill for the relief of Tucker Carrington, of Mecklenburg, to allow him eighteen hundred dollars for a slave hung by sentence of the court, in addition to one thousand dollars already appropriated, was taken up and lost, not a constitutional majority voting in favor of the bill. The House, after the disposition of some other business, adjourned.