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ons of the law relative to the receipt of counterfeit money by Government officers was reported from the Finance Committee with amendments, and as amended passed. On motion, the Senate resolved into secret session; and the doors being re-opened, adjourned. House of Representatives. The House was opened with prayer by Rev. Dr. Minnegerode, of the Episcopal church. Several bills and resolutions were introduced relating to the payment of property informally impressed. Mr. Staples, of Virginia, introduced a resolution of inquiry in relation to amending the act concerning the pay of staff officers so as to make its operations prospective. Adopted. Mr. Baldwin, of Virginia, introduced a resolution that the President inform the House by what authority the Secretary of War is impressing slaves, in Virginia, without regard to State laws. Adopted. Also, a resolution that the President transmit to the House copies of the reports of the operations of General Joseph E