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Confederate Congress.First session. Senate. Thursday, April 10, 1862. Mr. Yancey, of Ala., offered the following, which was adopted: Resolved, That the Committee of Commerce inquire whether any persons within the Confederates States claim to exercise jurisdiction, and claim rights and privileges, as Consuls of foreign countries; and if so, whether any and what legislation is requisite to prevent the same. Mr. Barnwell, from the Finance Committee, reported back favorably the bill to authorize the issuance of Treasury notes of a denomination less than five dollars. As before explained, the bill authorized the utterance of one, two, three, and four dollar notes, and notes for the fractious of these sums, provided the whole amount issued does not exceed five millions of dollars in the aggregate. A bill for increasing the clerical force in the Treasury Department and in the office of the Assistant Treasurer was taken up and considered. Mr. Brown, of Miss, of