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noes 48. Mr. Hanley of Arkansas, offered as an amendment to the first section the following to come in after the amendment of Mr. Wright, of Texas, which was adopted yesterday:-- Provided, That the President, in calling out into the service of the Confederate States troops under the provisions of this act, shall apportion the troops thus to be called out among the several States taking into consideration their population between the ages herein before stated, and the number of troops already furnished to the army under former acts. Upon this amendment the ayes and noes were had with the following result — ayes 49, noes 26. Mr. Ayer, of S. C., submitted the following amendment, which was rejected by a vote of ayes 34, noes 48. And provided, further. That men over the age of thirty five shall not be called out from their homes until after all under that shall have been mustered into service regarding to the of the act to " for the April 16, 1862." of the