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that they also be communicated to the family of Gen. Johnston. Mr. Haynes said he had no objection to the resolution of the House, as to what they did say, but he did object to what they did not convey. Mr. Orr, of South Carolina, although he concurred in the resolutions and would not vote against them, still thought them premature, since we yet know little of the extent of the victory. The fight is yet going on, and we do not know what will be the result or the next news. Mr. Yanger offered the following substitute, to ed within the ets of the resolution; which was accepted by Mr. Haynes: "That the thanks of Congress are hereby tendered to Gen. Gustave T. Beauregard and the other surviving officers and privates of that army for the signal exhibition of skill and gallantry displayed by them on that memorable occasion. Mr. Clark said no one could feel joy for the victory more keenly or sadness more deeply than himself for the death of Gen. Johnston; but he