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red an amendment to the substitute of Mr. Chilton, extending the time allowed to the class of persons alluded to, to sixty days from the passage of the bill, and moved that the whole subject be recommitted. The bill was continued under discussion until the expiration of the morning hour, when Mr. Wright, of Texas, moved that the House go into secret session, with a view to renew the consideration of the special order — the bill reported from the special Committee on Currency. On this motion Mr. Lyons, of Va., called the ayes and noes, which were ordered, and resulted — ayes 50, noes 23. Before going into secret session the Speaker announced the appointment of the following select committee, to whom was referred the joint resolution of Mr. Goode in relation to the war, viz: Messrs. Clapp of Miss., Goode of Va., Curry of Ala., Hartridge of Ga., and Smith of North Carolina. The House then went into secret session on the Currency bill, and the doors were close