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unprecedented. The military in the South. It is stated that the House Committee on Appropriations has cut down by one-half what has been estimated for by the appropriate departments. If so, they can have no idea, in reality, of keeping up military establishments in the South. Names of some Senators who Sustain the President. A careful analysis of the status of the Republican Senators reveal the fact that Senators Conness, Cowan, Dixon, Doolittle, Fessenden, Foster, Grimes, Harris, Henderson, Norton, Ramsey, Sherman, Stewart, Trumbull, Van Winkle, Willey, Williams, and possibly Yates, do not endorse the radical anti-administration policy. Members gone home. Many Senators and Representatives, in anticipation of the temporary adjournment, left last evening and this morning for their several homes, making the attendance quite thin in both branches to-day. Many leave this afternoon also, and with other parties going home for the holidays, makes it dull here.
Affairs in New York. New York, December 21, 1865. The affairs of the Fenians still continue muddled. The members of the press were yesterday excluded from the Senate. Yesterday several prominent circles passed resolutions endorsing the O'Mahoney faction. John Hackett, convicted of the murder of John Greene, was yesterday sentenced to be hanged on the 9th of February next. In the Supreme Court, Harris, charged with being a Confederate spy, was yesterday brought forth for trial. A writ of habeas corpus was served upon General Hooker for him, which was at first disregarded. A decision will be rendered in his case on the 28th instant.