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army, and have been discharged on account of physical inability, or from wounds received in battle. Mr. Parnwell, of South Carolina, opposed the amendment because he looked upon it as an indirect mode of pensioning disabled soldiers. He was of the opinion that other modes could be provided for taking care of this class of the population. The amendment was adopted, and the bill was passed. The joint resolution passed by the House, voting the thanks of Congress to the patriotic women of the country for their voluntary contributions to the army, and in aid of the cause in every conceivable way, was taken up and unanimously passed. Mr. Sparrow offered a resolution authorizing the Senate to furnish the Senators from North Carolina with copies of all reports, &c., received by the Senate from the President, in relation to the Roanoke Island affair, for the use of the Convention of North Carolina--and upon the consideration of which, the Senate went into secret session.