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Secretary of the Treasury for the amount of each and every appropriation made since the establishment of this Government, amount of interest-bearing bonds, &c. Objection being made to the reception of the resolution, it was not considered. Mr. Wright, of Ga., from the Committee on Hospitals, asked leave to report a bill from that committee to regulate the granting of furloughs.--Leave being granted, the bill was taken up by the House and discussed at some length by Messrs. Wright, Clarks, Smith, of N. C., and others. The following is a copy of the bill: "The Congress of the Confederate States do enact, That furloughs for a period not exceeding sixty days shall be granted a sick or wounded soldier confined in any Confederate hospital, upon the evidence of the certificate of examination of his attending surgeon, and on the recommendation of the principal surgeon in charge of the hospital." Mr. Chambers, of Miss., moved to amend by adding the following words: "And t