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Mr. Eliot, from the committee on commerce, reported the following: "Resolved, That the Secretary of the Treasury be requested to employ immediately a sufficient force to protect our commerce from the pirates who now infest our seas." Mr. Cox wanted the resolution to be referred to the Naval Committee. Mr. Vallandigham inquired whether it was contemplated to employ privateers by the Federal Government. Mr. Eliot replied that it was not. The resolution was then passed. iminal correspondence and intercourse with persons in arms against this Government, and empowering the committee to send for persons and papers. The resolution was amended to substitute the committee on the judiciary for that on elections. Mr. Cox, of Ohio, moved as an amendment that Mr. May be notified of the passage of the resolution before any further action be taken upon it. Accepted. Mr. Burnett, of Kentucky, contended that the question involved in the resolution was not one of
Troops firing into each other. Cincinnati, July 18. --Cox's Kanawha men fired at each other, killing two and wounding several. About forty miles up the Kanawha, at the Red House, the cavalry charged Cox's column, killing two and wounding one. The cavalry wheeled and retired. Troops firing into each other. Cincinnati, July 18. --Cox's Kanawha men fired at each other, killing two and wounding several. About forty miles up the Kanawha, at the Red House, the cavalry charged Cox's column, killing two and wounding one. The cavalry wheeled and retired.