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Congressional summary. In the Senates, Tuesday, the House bill making appropriations for the support of the Government for the six months ending 31st December, was amended and passed. The bill declaring the telegraph a port of the postal system of the Confederate States was possessed until the next session. The amendments of the House to the amendments of the Senate to the bill providing for the amendment and collection of taxes (styled the "Machinery Bill") were concurred in. The act provides that the pay of successors shall be $5 per day. In other respects it remains essentially as heretofore stated. The House bill to repeal the naturalization laws was taken up, and after a lengthy and interesting debate, was, on account of the thinness of the Senate, postponed until the next session. The House bill to amend the act authorizing the transfer of soldiers to regiments from their own States, which was discussed at length some days since, war rejected — yeas 4, n