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e 31st of May and 1st of June, in the engagement of Seven Pines. This resolution passed to its engrossment, when. Mr. Foote, of Tenn., asked its reconsideration, with a view to allow him to offer an amendment.--He had understood that Gen. Johnted his resolution, tendering the thanks of Congress to Gen. R. E. Lee and the officers and men under his command. Mr. Foote moved to amend by inserting "except Major-Gen. Huger, reports of whose conduct place him in a position so painfully equor to approve him, leaving this for future examination by the proper authorities." This amendment was sustained by Mr. Foote in an earnest speech of considerable length, in which he expressed the most decided unwillingness to connect the name oapologists of the conduct of Gen. Huger. The question being called, a yea and any vote was had on the amendment of Mr. Foote, which resulted as follows: year 23, nays 44. The resolution of Mr. Lyons was then passed to its engrossment and,