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estant for a seat in this House, to the privileges of the floor. Adopted, except as to secret sessions. Mr. Dawkins, of Fla., presented certain resolutions adopted by the Legislature of that State. They related in part to the arrearages of pay due to mail contractors. Referred to Committee on Post-Offices and Post Roads Mr. Gartrell, of Ga., presented resolutions of that State, relative to the pay of officers and soldiers of the army. Referred to Committee on Military Affairs. Mr. Crockett, of Ky., offered certain resolutions relating to the military service of the country, which, on his motion, were laid on the table for the present. Mr. Perkins, of La., offered a bill for the admission, duty free, for a limited time, of all imports, save from the United States.--Referred to the Committee of Ways and Means. Also, a bill for allowing to members of the Cabinet seats upon the floor of Congress, in accordance with the provisions of Article VI., See 6 of the Constituti
ale of ardent spirits in cities and towns, [authorizing the authorities of cities and towns to prohibit the sale of liquors, at the request of the military officer in command]. On motion of Mr. Locksidge, the Senate bill to repair the military road leading from the Warm Springs, by Huntersville to Greenbrier river, at Marten's Bottom, was taken up. The passage of the bill was earnestly advocated, upon the grounds of military expediency, by Messrs. Lockridge, Robinson, of Richmond, Crockett, and Anderson, of Botetourt; When, after a brief debate between the advocates of the bill and Mr. Barbour, relative to the form of the appropriation of $6,000 called for, it was passed by a vote of ayes 87, noes 4. The salt works. The hour of twelve o'clock having arrived, the order of the day — the "report of the joint committee to correspond with the lessees of the salt works"--was taken up. The pending question was to strike out the first resolution of the majority report and to
erred to appropriate committees, or laid upon the sable, to be called up at an early day. It is evident that this Congress means to do its duty, and we have not the slightest doubt it will have the hearty co-operation of the other Departments of the Government in everything that will tend to promote the public welfare. Mr. Speaker Bocock announced the appointment of committees, a list of which we subjoin: Committee en Elections--Messrs. Smith of N. C., Vest of Mo., Staples of Va., Crockett of Ky, Gardenhire of Tenn., Curry of Ala., Clapp of Miss., Dawkins of Fla., and Tripp of Ga. Ways and Moons.--Messrs. Kenner of La., Jones of Tenn., Bonham of S. C., Garnett of Va., McRae of Miss., Lyon of Ala., Machen of Ky., Holt of Ga., and Graham of Texas. Military Affairs.--Messrs. Miles of S. C., Kenan of Ga., Pugh of Ala., Davis of Miss., Harris of Mo., Swann of Tenn., Bridges of N. G., and Batson of Ark. Foreign Affairs.--Messrs. Foote of Tenn., Perkins of La., Smith