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low, and important results may soon be expected. Yazoo Pass is likely to give us an advantage not heretofore appreciated Officers last from Vicksburg say the stronghold and soon capitulate or do worse. New York March 15.--An immense gathering at the A canemy of Music, on the adopted, with the plan of organization for the Loyal Union General Scott was chosen President. He was prevented by illness from presiding. General Wool, Cochran, J. T. Brady. ex-Governor Wright of Indiana, and Johnson of Tennessee, were present. National Finances.--The Herald has information from Washington that Secretary Chase has been very successful in making arrangements in New York for extensive loans, which will relieve the wants of the Government to such an extent as to periods any probability of an additional issue of legal tenders. Washington, March 14.--The Senate yesterday again refused to confirm Judge Wylie, who was confirmed on Thursday, and then reconsidered on Friday, he having
refunding to Samuel E. Lybrook, Sheriff of the county of G a certain sum of money; an act amending and re-enacting an act to refund money paid for exemption from military duty. The joint resolution of the House authorizing the appointment of a Joint Committee of Finance of both houses to investigate the warehouse fire, was read and laid upon the table, for the reason that the Senate had already appointed a committee on the same subject, and therefore it was laid upon the table. Mr. Johnson submitted a resolution, tendering the use of the State Senate Chamber to the Senate of the Confederate States after the adjournment of the Legislature, and directing the Clerk (Mr. Davis) to inform that body of the action of the State Senate. [The resolution was adopted.] Committees Bill.--Mr. Collier asked and obtained leave to introduce a bill to increase by purchase or impressment, the supply of sall for this Commonwealth, which was referred to the Salt committee. The Tax bi
Confederate States Congress. Thursday, March 19, 1863. Senate.--The Senate met at 12 o'clock, Mr. Hunter, of Va., in the chair. Prayer by Rev. Mr. Duncan, of the M. E. Church. The Senate took up for consideration the bill for the condemnation of cotton. On motion of Mr. Hill, of Ga., the same was transferred to the secret calendar. The Senate then took up the bill to establish the Court of Claims. The bill was read by sections, and the first section was adopted. The second section was then read; ponding the consideration of which. On motion of Mr. Johnson, of Ark., the Senate resolved itself into secret session. House of Representatives.--Immediately after the reading of the journal the House went into secret session, and resumed the consideration of the Tax bill.