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y of the Treasury be requested to inform this House at what dates prior to the 30th of June, 1862, payments of interest will be due on the existing public debt, and also what amount of interest will be due at each period of its maturity. Mr. Barksdale, of Miss, submitted a memorial from citizens of Clarke county, Miss., praying the imposition of a tax of $25 to $50 per bale on all cotton the growth of the present year. Mr. Barksdale desired simply to say that in presenting the memorial foMr. Barksdale desired simply to say that in presenting the memorial for the consideration of the House, he would waive any remark upon the constitutional principle involved in the prayer of the petitioners. It is the utterance of a large and intelligent body of constituents, and is worthy of special consideration as a demonstration of their patriotism and their readiness to sustain the government in any and all measures deemed necessary to the successful prosecution of the war. He moved its reference to the Committee on Military Affairs, and it was so referred.
Wanted--Substitutes. We want Substitutes for friends in the country, and are willing to pay good price. Apply at our office, corner of 13th and Cary streets, upstairs. Barksdale & Bro. mh 21--2w.