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the United States, returned the same, with an adverse recommendation. House of Representatives. Saturday, April 5. 1862, The House met at 10 o'clock, and was opened with prayer by Rev. Dr. Hoge. Journal of yesterday read. Mr.Chilton, of Ala., said that some time ago he had offered a bill to regulate the pay of Deputy Post-masters, reducing the pay at present received, which undesired to be taken up and considered. Mr.Jones, of Tenn., was opposed to any reduction, and believed that with less compensation than that now allowed, it would be impossible to obtain competent Post- Masters. He moved an amendment to the bill of Mr. Chilton, which was rejected by a vote of yeas 17, have 43. The bill was then engrossed, read a third time and passed. The attendance in the Hall being very thin, a call of the House was ordered, when it was discovered that 43 members were absent. Mr. Davis, of Miss., moved to suspend further proceedings under the call, and