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authority have been recorded. From the Committee on Confederate Relations, Mr. Robertson submitted a report on the communication of the Secretary of War, of the 24th inst. The report was accompanied by several resolutions, which, with the report, were laid over under the rule. Mr. Pendleton presented a resolution to authorize the publication of 1,000 copies of the acts of a public character passed at the present session. Mr. Haymond, of Marion, presented a communication from Colin Bass, Superintendent of the Penitentiary, directed to the Governor, and by him endorsed for some action. After being read the communication was laid on the table. The bill to prevent the unnecessary consumption of grain, sorghum, &c., by distillation, was taken up, on its third reading, and passed. The bill authorizing the Confederate Government to acquire and hold property in the State for the purpose of mining and manufacturing iron and other metals, was taken up. A most interesting