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gulate the payment of the claims of deceased soldiers, which was placed on the calendar. Mr. Sparrow reported a bill to "amend an act establishing and organizing the army of the Confederate Statter's department separate from the Quartermaster's. Placed on the calendar. On motion of Mr. Sparrow, the bill "providing for substitutes in certain cases, and detailing privates for police dutyor artisan to protect his own and advance the public interests by following his pursuit. Mr. Sparrow, of La., and Mr. Barnwell, of S. C., held similar views of the question, contending that the e owners thereof are "lone women," minors, or persons in the service of the Confederacy. Mr. Sparrow moved to lay all of the amendments on the table. Rejected. The vote was then taken on the consideration of introducing military authority for the government of our slaves. Mr. Sparrow pointed out the fact that the bill provided that military assistance should not be introduced