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of discharged sick and disabled soldiers, and for the relief of the families of soldiers and officers who may be killed in battle, or die of wounds received, or disease contracted, whilst in the military service of the Confederate States. Mr. Foote, from the special committee to investigate the Fort Donelson affair, submitted a report from that committee, and offered a substitute to the resolution of Mr Davis, of Miss, tendering the thanks of Congress to the officers and men who had so gaay, viz: A bill to be entitled an Act to carry into effect the latter clause of the 6th section of the 2d Article of the Constitution, so as to allow the Cabinet ministers seats upon the floor, with the privilege of engaging in the debates pertaining to the business of their several departments. The bill was advocated by Messrs. Garnett, Foote, and Baldwin, and opposed by Messrs. Davis, Kenner, and Chambers. Pending the consideration of the bill, the House went into secret session.