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t would necessitate the payment of millions of dollars. He did not think at this time it would be just or legal. Mr. Sparrow, of La., said these were secular claims. When Louisiana was an independent State, and prior to her belonging to the C peace; then, if payment was not received from the United States he would go for paying them out of the Treasury. Mr. Sparrow of La., thought it clear the claims presented here were exceptional The position taken by the member was not correct id from the House announcing that several bills, whose titles have been already given, had been passed and signed. Mr. Sparrow.--By the act of the 4th of March, this fund, known as the bullion fund, was transferred to the C S. Government. --The eemed to him that-- Mr Burnett, of Ky.--Said he differed in toto with the gentleman, on this subject, and-- Mr. Sparrow--If the gentleman will allow me, I put it upon the ground that the citizens of the State have a just and equitable lie