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ered by himself on Wednesday relative to impressment by the Confederate Government, were taken up and considered. Mr. Anderson, of Rockbridge, advocated the passage of the resolutions in a speech of some length and much force. Mr. Hunt called the previous question, and the vote being taken by ayes and noes, resulted, ayes 75, noes 5--on the fleet resolution. The second resolution was passed without opposition. The preamble gave rise to a somewhat protracetd discussion. Mr. Noland moved a reconsideration of the vote by which the first resolution was adopted. Mr. Rives demanded the ayes and noes, which, being called, resulted — ayes 20, noes 61. So the House refused to reconsider, and the preamble, after an amendment submitted by Mr. Bouldin, approving the principles of the impressment bill passed by the lower branch of the Confederate Congress, and expressing its disapprobation of the amendment offered to it in the Confederate Senate by Hon. Mr. Sime. The pre