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losures was advanced to its third reading and then passed. The report of the Committee on Salt, in respect to the interruption of transportation for salt belonging to the State of Georgia from the Virginia salt works, set forth by the Governor of that State, was taken up. Accompanying the report was a series of resolutions, giving preference in transportation for salt to the authorities of the several States over private purchasers and speculators. The resolutions were agreed to. Mr. Brooke, from the Committee of Courts of Justice, reported a bill authorizing the settlement, in certain cases, of fiduciaries' accounts before commissioners in chancery for other courts than those in which such fiduciaries have been appointed or in which the instruments creating their 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