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on to be referred to the Naval Committee. Mr. Vallandigham inquired whether it was contemplated to employr raised by Mr. Hickman, of Pennsylvania. Mr. Vallandigham offered a series of resolutions declaring thatoved to lay the resolutions on the table. Mr. Vallandigham demanded yeas and nays, which were not ordered the motion prevailed — ayes 85, noes 15. Mr. Vallandigham remarked, sotto voce, upon the announcement ofmself, the charge should be investigated. Mr. Vallandigham asserted on the highest authority that Mr. Maynder the authority of the Administration. Mr. Vallandigham replied that he had gone there under a passpornder the authority of the Administration. Mr. Vallandigham repeated again that Mr. May went to Richmond oGen. Scott to furnish a special passport. Mr. Vallandigham moved to lay the resolution on the table. y to permit the investigation to be held. Mr. Vallandigham said it was evident from this colloquy that th