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Confederate Congress Senate. Monday, March 16, 1862. In the Senate, after the reading of the Journal of Saturday, Mr.Stephens presented a letter from Mr. Dixon, which he requested to be read and referred to the Committee on Postal The communication referred to the transmission of melis on the Sabbath, and advocated that mail carriers be exempted from duty on Sunday. Mr. Baker, of Florida, asked leave of absence for his colleague, Mr. Maxwell, who was obliged to leave for home on Saturday. Mr. Douton of North Carolina, presented a claim from Wm. M. Johnson, for services rendered Government, and moved it be laid on the table. Mr. Henry of Tenn., presented petition from $10 ladies of Tennessee, asking that a law may be passed to prevent the distillation of grain. It was referred to the Military Committee. Mr. Barnwell, of South Carolina, reported back a bill from the Committee on Accounts, and desired that the committee be released from further considerat