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aken up and considered, the question being, should the bill pass notwithstanding the objection of the President. After debate, the bill was passed over the veto of the President by the following vote: Yeas.--Messrs. Brown, Caperton, Graham, Henry, Hunter, Johnson of Georgia, Johnson of Missouri, Orr, Semmes, Vest, Wigfall--11. Nays.--Messrs. Barnwell, Maxwell, Oldham, Simms and Watson--5. House bill to provide for the payment of arrears now due to the army and navy was reported he bill authorizes the issue of $80,000,000 in addition to the amount now authorized by law, if so much shall be found necessary for the payment of said arrears. The bill was passed by the following vote: Yeas.--Messrs Caperton, Graham, Henry, Hunter, Maxwell, Simms, Walker, Watson and Wigfall--9. Nays.--Messrs. Barnwell, Johnson of Missouri, Orr, Semmes and Vest--5. Mr. Barnwell, of South Carolina, entered a motion to reconsider the bill. House of Representatives.Even
road through Cheraw. His cavalry are almost certainly in Fayetteville by this time, and the infantry in close proximity. Supplies will await him at that point should he touch it, sent up the Cape Fear river by Schofield. The Yankees captured Georgetown, South Carolina, a little town on the coast, and in the official report of it the naval commander says: I have directed Commander Creighton to proceed carefully up Black river, and have dispatched the tug Catalpa, with Lieutenant-Commander Henry and Ensign Glass, prepared to open communication, by the army code of signals, with General Sherman, who is said to be some twelve miles off. Officers from General Schofield's army, who left Wilmington the 1st instant, bring the important intelligence that deserters and refugees who came into our lines on that day reported that Florence, South Carolina, had been evacuated by the rebels on account of a flank movement by General Sherman, who was moving in the direction of Fayet