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to Executive sessions and Executive business, be returned to the Secretary of the Senate, in which the concurrence of the House is asked. The motion of Mr. Jenkins to lay the resolution of Mr. Foote upon the table, being before the House, Mr. Boyce desired to submit: some remarks as to the past and future conduct of the war. This was not a struggle of a day. We could not afford to give up a single Southern State. If the war had been more active and aggressive, we could have had the co-oping news that General Price had gained another great and signal victory over the Federal forces in Missouri, killing and wounding seven hundred, with a loss of but one hundred on our side. Mr. Machen, of Kentucky, replied to the remarks of Mr. Boyce. He thought the discussion had taken a wide range. When the House undertook to act upon the conduct of those who had the management of our campaigns, he thought they should be arraigned before the House with a fair show for defence. He asked