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. Mr. Clay moved a committee be appointed to organize the standing committees of the Senate for the present session, in accordance with the rules of the Senate. The motion prevailing, the President appointed Messrs. Clay, Barnwell, Wigfall, Yancey, Henry and Davis. Messrs. Clay and Yancey declined, and were excused from serving on the committee. Mr. Clay moved the Senate adjourn until Monday, the intervening time being required to organize the committees. The motion was agreed toYancey declined, and were excused from serving on the committee. Mr. Clay moved the Senate adjourn until Monday, the intervening time being required to organize the committees. The motion was agreed to, and the Senate accordingly adjourned. House of Representatives.--House met at 12 o'clock. Prayer by Rev. Mr. Crumley. Mr. Fonte, of Tennessee, obtained the floor with a view to a personal explanation. He had presented the resolution relating to the contract for flour with Haxall, Crenshaw & Co., upon information which he believed warranted him in asking for an investigation. He had no reply to make to a publication in one of the morning papers. The information which he now possess