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The morning hour here expired, and the bill for the recognition of Liberia and Hayti came up as the special order. Mr. Davis, of Ky., moved a substitute, authorizing the President to appoint Consuls to Liberia, and a Consul General to Hayti, windment, and it was adopted — yeas 20, have 11, as follows: Yeas — Messrs, Anthony, Browning, Chandler, Clark, Cowan, Davis, Dixon, Doolittle, Fessenden, Foot, Foster, Grimes, Hale, Henderson, Howard, Hows, Lane of Indiana, Nesmith, Sherman, Simpower, our flag being less respected than that of other nations in consequence, &c. The question was then taken on Mr. Davis's amendment, as a substitute, and it was rejected years 8, noes 30 Mr. Saulsbury ross and declared that this was eSumner, Ten Eyck, Trumbull, Wade, Wilkinson, Wilson of Massachusetts, and Wright--32. Nays--Messrs. Bayard, Carlile, Davis, Powell, Saulsbury, Starke, and Thompson--7. On motion of Mr. Latham, of California, the bill to establish a steamsh
Multiplicity of officers. It is intimated that President Davis has expressed the opinion that all the clerks in the various Departments of Government, over 18 and under 36 years of age, are liable, with the residue of their follow-citizens, to military duty, by the provisions of the Conscription act recently passed by Congress. If the President has so determined, no doubt a knowledge of the fact that a number of the young gentlemen were more fitted to shine in a military than civil capacity, had a good deal to do in enabling him to reach the conclusion arrived at, "Medicos," under date of April 28th, in a note treating of the evil of officers drawing pay for laboriously doing nothing, asks leave "to call the attention of the authorities to the fact that at Chimborazo Hospital there are a Barracks Master and Assistant, each drawing his respective salary for the laborious occupation of doing nothing. When the buildings which were first erected, they were intended for barracks,
Ran Away. --From the subscriber, on the 24th Feb., 1862. a negro Woman, named Eliza, sometimes called Jane. Said negro is about twenty-five years of age, four feet nine inches in height, dark complexion, narrow forehead, and has a scar on the right eyebrow, and has very white teeth; is rather broad across the shoulders and stoops slightly; speaks quickly when spoken to; the forefinger on the right hand is off at the first joint. She was hired to G. W. Willis, and left his house on the 24th of February last. She is supposed to be lurking about on the suburbs of the city, near Bacon Quarter Branch, or in Goochland county, where she has a husband, named Bouldin, belonging to Hector Davis, of this city. I will pay a reward of $10 if said woman be delivered to me, or any information so that I can get her. Banks Wade. ap 29--3t* Wickersville, Henrico county.