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rces of their respective States. Adopted. Mr. Miles, of South Carolina, introduced a resolution as to the expediency of allowing transportation home and back to officers and soldiers who are traveling on furloughs of indulgence. Agreed to. Also, a bill to create a judge-advocate-general for the Confederate army. Referred. Also, a bill to consolidate and amend the impressment laws. Referred to a special committee of one from each State. Also, a bill to more effectually prevent absenteeism and desertions in the army. Referred. Mr. Ayer, of South Carolina, introduced a joint resolution for the cancelling of meat bonds given for the exemption of overseers by persons who had previously paid five hundred dollars into the Treasury for the same purpose. Referred. Mr. Foote, of Tennessee, introduced a series of resolutions relative to the Monroe Doctrine. On motion of Mr. Russell the House resolved itself into secret session; and having re-opened, adjourned.