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-Office Committee. Mr. Boteler, of Va., offered the following resolution, which was agreed to: Resolved. That the resolution and accompanying report in reference to a Confederate flag, which were submitted from the joint Committee on Flag and Seal at the last session of Congress, be withdrawn from the files of the House, and recommitted to the joint committee. Mr. Garnett, of Va., presented the petition of J. H. Henry, clerk in the office of the Assistant Adjutant-General in Gen Winder's Department, asking an increase of salary. Referred to Committee on Claims. Mr. Perkins, of La, offered the following preamble and resolution, which was referred to the Committee on Naval Affairs: Whereas, the recent action under the late law of Congress, of promoting officers "out of sum," has resulted in creating great discontent among many gallant and meritorious officers in the navy, and is considered injurious to the best interests of the service: Be it therefore. Res
Discharged. --The fourteen men arrested a few days since as street loafers, were discharged from Castle Thunder yesterday by order of Gen. Winder. Mr. Samuel F. Carusi, arrested several months since on suspicion of disloyally, has also been discharged from the Castle.