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ion of the law allowing sick and wounded officers transportation to their homes and hospital accommodations for ninety days after the assembling of the next session of Congress was passed. Senate bill declaring that hereafter the election for members of Congress from the State of Missouri shall be held on the first Monday in November of each alternate year was taken up and passed. Under the call of States, the following were introduced: By Mr. Barksdale: Resolutions passed by Humphrey's and Davis's brigades of Mississippi troops in favor of enlisting negro troops to aid in achieving the independence of the country. Ordered to be printed. By Mr. Holder, of Mississippi: A resolution looking to the extension of the law authorizing appointments to temporary vacancies to all field and line offices. Adopted. By Mr. Smith: A bill to secure the right of transfer allowed to soldiers by law, and to punish those who withhold such transfers. Referred to the Committee on M