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b and blind, and of the insane, "teachers" and officers of the asylums. Adopted. Mr. Miles, of South Carolina, moved to insert, instead of the clause in the committee bill in relation to the exemption of the press, the law of last session: one editor for each newspaper now being published, and such employees as said editor may certify on oath to be necessary to the conducting of his newspaper. Mr. Miles was in favor of leaving the press upon the footing upon which the act of February 17th, 1864, put them.--There were but one hundred and thirty editors in the Confederacy, and seven hundred and fifty-six employees of all sorts. We would not, therefore, get many recruits for our army from this class; and the proposed change would only irritate and exasperate the press without being productive of any beneficial results. The present law was sufficient, if properly enforced. At this crisis we must, as matter of judicious policy, even do all that we can to conciliate public opini