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rs in the army. Mr. Hall, of Wetzel, opposed a precipitate adjournment; it would have a bad effect. Then the discovery of the little mistake in the estimate of the Confederate Secretary of War of over three millions of dollars, now due, necessitates a tax of one hundred per cent. above all other taxes, and the States would be called upon to bear their proportionate part. The resolution to fix the day of adjournment sine die was lost — ayes, 50; noes, 58. The bill to pay Tucker Carrington an additional sum of money for a slave condemned and executed by process of law was put upon its passage and lost — ayes, 72; noes, 34 --not a constitutional majority. The vote was reconsidered and the bill laid upon the table. The bill amending the act authorizing branch banks, in certain cases, to receive deposits due banks within the enemy's lines was passed. Also, the bill amending and re-enacting an act to authorize the county courts to change the place of holding their