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l Senate at Richmond, Va., a bill was passed authorizing the issue of five millions of Treasury-notes of the denomination of one dollar and two dollars.--A joint resotion from the House, expressing the thanks of Congress to the patriotic women of the country for their contributions to the army, was concurred in. The House of Representatives adopted resolutions of thanks to Gen. Sibley, his officers and men, for the victory in New Mexico, and to the officers and men of the Patrick Henry, James-town, Teazer, and other vessels engaged in the naval battle at Hampton Roads, for their gallantry on the occasion. Bills regulating the fees of Clerks, Marshals, and District-Attorneys, were passed. The maximum annual salary of District-Attorneys was fixed at five thousand dollars. The report of Capt. Buchanan of the naval battle at Hampton Roads was received, and two thousand five hundred copies of it ordered to be printed. Being a very lengthy document, its publication was necessarily de