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House again refused to cencur with the Senate in postponing, by a vote of ayes 48, noes 59. Mr. Buford moved an adjournment until 7.30 P. M., but the House refused to adjourn. After another long pause a fourth message was received from the Senate, asking for a joint committee of conference, and appointing three members of the committee on the part of the Senate. On motion of Mr. Shefeny, the House agreed to the joint committee of conference, and the Speaker appointed the following committee on the part of the House: Messrs. Sheffey, Rutherfoord, Jones, Thomas, and Wilson, of Isle of Wight. At ten minutes past six o'clock the committee appointed by the House to confer with the Senate committee made a report that the joint committee had been unable to agree upon any terms further than a postponement of the execution of the order of the day until to-morrow, (Thursday,) at 12½ o'clock P. M. The report of the committee was agreed to, and the House then adjourned.
ted States on the 16th inst. among the proceedings that took place was the following: In the Senate, on motion of Mr. Wilson, of Mass, the bill in relation to the arrest of persons claimed as held to service or labor by officers in the military to add after the words "master or owner," the words "who may be a loyal citizen of the United States." Agreed to. Mr. Wilson, opposed the amendment. He was against any kind of justification of slavery. What he wanted was to prevent officers' of the army from returning slaves. Some officers have already disgraced the service in this way, and, God willing, he (Mr. Wilson), if he had the power, meant to prevent their confirmation by the Senate. Mr. Pearce said the effect of the bill wurs on the evening of the 10th inst. Among those who called on him at the Brevoo House was Gen. Robert Anderson. Robert Wilson, President of the Missouri State Convention, has been appointed by the Governor of that State to fill one of the vaca