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committee. The resolution was laid over indefinitely, and the Senate went into secret session. House of Representatives. Monday, March 31, 1862. The House met at 12 o'clock, and was opened with prayer by Rev. Dr. Moore. Journal of Saturday read. The Chair announced the appointment of the following gentlemen on the Military Committee, under the resolution passed on Saturday to increase that committee from "nine" to "thirteen," viz: Kentucky, Eli M. Bruce; Louisiana, Mr. Villers; Texas, Mr. Wilcox; Florida, Mr. Hilton; Mr. Chambers, of Miss, in place of Mr. Davis, of Miss, from further service on the committee. Mr. Dargan presented a memorial from citizens of Mobile, which he asked to have referred to the committee on Military Affairs. It was so referred. Mr. Foster, of Ala. introduced a bill entitled an act to encourage the manufacture of iron and copper and the production of ore. He asked the reference of the bill to the Committee on Naval Affairs,