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y Mr. Sparrow off are a resolution providing, with the assent of the House, that both bodies adjourn sins dis on Monday, April 6th, at 2 o'clock, P. M.-- Mr. Wigfall was opposed to fixing a day, as it induced hasty legislation, Mr. Sparrow was willing to postpone consideration until Monday. Mr. Wigfall thought the Senator not fear that Congress would stay any longer then duty required them, the expenses of members being greater than their pay. The object now was to clear the calendar. Mr. Clerk thought that the Tex bill should be disposed of before any motion to adjourn was considered. Laid over until Monday. The Senate resumed the consideration of the bill to establish a court for the investigation of claims against the Government of the Confederate States, the pending question being on the adoption of the amendment of Mr. Semmes of to the 2d section, limiting the jurisdiction of the court to claims. "founded upon any law of Congress, or upon any regulation of an executiv