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tes to the House with his objections, was considered. Upon the question, "Shall the bill pass notwithstanding the objections of the President, " the vote was taken by yeas and nays, as follows: Yeas.--Messrs Brown, Burnett, Caperton, Henry, Hunter, Johnson of Missouri, Oldham, Slimms of Kentucky, Vest, Watson and Wigfall--11. Nays.--Mr. Semmes of Louisiana. No quorum voting, the bill was lost. Mr. Watson, of Mississippi, read the following report: Mr. President,--The jHe hoped that the members of the two Houses might all safely reach their homes, and that they and their families and their common country might continue to experience the protection and favor of Heaven. The hour of 2 P. M. having arrived, Mr. Hunter, President pro tem, rose and said: Senators,--The hour of 2 P. M. having arrived, it becomes the duty of the Chair to announce the Senate adjourned sine die. House of Representatives evening session. Friday, March 17, 1865. The Ch