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to their owners. The injunction of secrecy having been removed from the proceedings, we are enabled to state that a motion of Mr. Burnett, of Kentucky, to so amend the resolution as to make it one of inquiry into expediency was rejected, and a vote being taken on the passage of the resolution it was rejected — yeas, 3; nays, 13. Those who voted in the affirmative were: Messrs. Brown, Henry and Vest. Those who voted in the negative were: Messrs Baker, Caperton, Graham, Haynes, Hunter, Johnson of Missouri, Maxwell, Oldham, Orr, Semmes, Walker, Watson and Wigfall. House of representatives. The House met at the usual hour.--Prayer by the Rev. Dr. Duncan. The Speaker laid before the House communications from the heads of appropriate departments relative to certain appropriations necessary in their several departments for the support of the Government; also, an estimate for an appropriation for the purchase of the steamer Enterprise, and a further communication
should be imputed to the disease which unceasingly saps and wastes the vitality of the ablest and bravest of Americans. Hunter was in fine condition, and lofty and confident as of yore. Campbell, too, was his old self. All were marked with strengwung forward on the lower hinge of his back and interrupted: "That reminds me of a story of a man in Illinois!" Stephens, Hunter and Campbell instantly jumped up in a roar of merriment. The interruption caused by this characteristic outbreak, andicating any but amicable sentiments. On our side the conversation was mainly conducted by the President; on theirs, by Mr. Hunter, Mr. Stephens occasionally taking part. The rebel commissioners said nothing whatever of their personal views or wa Washington dispatch, which says: That the consultation between the President and Mr. Seward and Messrs. Stephens, Hunter and Campbell has brought us nearer peace is almost universally believed in official circles. It is also admitted that th