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nto Executive session, and old not adjourn till after five o'clock. House of Representatives--On motion of Mr. Stevens, the House went into Committee of the Whole on the state of the Union, (Mr. Blair, of Missouri, in the chair,) and took up House bill 224, making appropriations for the support of the military academy for the year ending the 30th of June, 1862. Mr. Menzies, of Kentucky, proceeded to reply to a speech delivered a few days ago by Mr. Stevens, of Pennsylvania. He said t was somewhat surprised to hear the views expressed by the gentlemen who has just spoken, (Mr. Riddle,) also those expressed the other day by the chairman of the Committee of ways and Means, when he announced that extraordinary doctrine that this House had the power to pass enactments for the emancipation of the slaves that are held under the laws of all the States of this Union. He would put down this rebellion by fighting it down. He would move on the army, and as the army moved, he would c