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to the Military Committee. Mr. Oldham, of Texas, offered a resolution, which was agreed to, instructing the Committee on Commerce to inquire into the expediency of abolishing contraband trade between the people of the Confederate States and the United States of prohibiting the exportation of specie during the continuance of the blockade, and of prohibiting the introduction into the country of foreign goods, wares, and merchandize, except articles of prime necessity. On motion of Mr. Hill, from the Judiciary Committee, the Report of the Attorney General was ordered to be printed. On motion of Mr. Clay, of Ala, it was resolved that when the Senate adjourn it be to meet on Monday. On motion of Mr. Clay, the Senate adjourned. The House was opened with prayer at 12 o'clock. Mr. Chilton, of Ala., submitted a resolution that the President be requested to cause to be sent to this House a complete list of all the disbursing agents in the Quartermaster and Commiss
th of September, in two columns, Gens. Polk and Hill on the direct road to Lafayette, and Gens. Walk Church road. On the night of the 8th Polk and Hill bivouacked on the banks of the Chickamauga, neas. On the 9th Gen. Polk remained quiet, Gen. Hill moved on to Lafayette, and Walker and BuckneCross Roads, where he would communicate with Gen. Hill, who was at the same time ordered to send or him. Hindman moved promptly from the mill, but Hill having reported the morning of the next day (th consequence of the difficulties reported by Gen. Hill, Buckner's corps was ordered to join Hindman arrived after midnight, and conferring with Gen. Hill, who did not seem to appreciate the situationding toward Glass's Mills, on the Chickamauga; Hill to bring up the rear, moving in the direction oedford's, whichever might be most practicable. Hill was to cover the left flank against any advanceresistance, crossed one division over, Polk and Hill bivouacked on the east bank of the Chickamauga.