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inquire into the most successful means of defending the Tennessee and Cumberland rivers, upon our repossessing them from the enemy, in the most officiant, prompt and expeditious manner. Agreed to. Also, a resolution that the Military Committee be requested to investigate the question as to whether the citizens of such States, or parts of States, as were overrun at the time of the passage of the Conscript hill, should not have the same time and opportunity to chief the service by voluntary enlistment and organization, after the enemy is driven from said States, that was allowed to States not so overrun, between the time of the adoption of said act and its enforcement in said States, and report to this House. Agreed to. The House then resumed the consideration of the special order, to the bill to increase the Provisional army of the Confederate States, and was addressed by Messrs. Chambers of Miss., Gartrell., or Ga., Perkins, of La. Helskell, of Tenn., and Clarks, of Ga.