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aving refused to concur in Senate amendments thereto, was taken up; and, on motion of Mr. Wigfall, it was ordered that the Senate insist upon its amendments to the bill and agree to a conference. The Chair appointed Messrs. Henry, Wigfall and Vest the committee of conference on the part of the Senate. House bill to provide for sequestrating the property of persons liable to military service who have departed, or shall depart, from the Confederate States without permission, being the unthe Confederate States thereto had been received, and after the reconsideration of the said act by both Houses of Congress in accordance with the Constitution." The Senate went into secret session; and the doors being opened, on motion, by Mr. Vest, the Senate reconsidered and passed House joint resolution construing the act of 13th of January, 1864, increasing the compensation of the officers and employees of the executive and civil departments in Richmond, to include the Medical Purveyor