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in the camps of the army. This was the prominent feature of the House committee bill. We contour with at least two of our contemporaries in the opinion, that Col. Tomlin's bill, which we published some days since, is far preferable to either the House Committee's bill or this passed by the Senate, which, indeed, may be the same with that of the House committee. Col. Tomlin's bill has the great recommendation that it provides for enlisting the required number of men, and no more, at a time than are required, and for the rendezvous of these men in the organized camps of the army, where they are blended with the drilled and disciplined troops, and soon and know something about war? How much better to supply the old buckets with the missing staves? Their hoops are tried and reliable, and the new buckets may prove leaky and defective. The Senate's bill is evidently expensive, and cannot lead to the same prompt and effective results that will be attained by that of Col. Tomlin.