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ote, which resulted — ayes, 57; noes, 27. Mr. Read, of Ky., submitted the following resolution; which, under the rules, lies over for two days. Resolved, That the rules of the House be so amended that the Speaker shall appoint a committee of five, in whose power the calling of the question and previous question shall be exclusively given, and that it shall be a privilege question to be exercised at any time when deemed proper by said committee, a majority thereof concurring. Mr. Macken, of Ky., introduced the following resolution; which was agreed to: Resolved, That the Committee on Military Affairs be instructed to inquire into and report the propriety of having as many rifle guns of the most simple, but effective pattern, distributed among the smith of the various States of the Confederacy as will serve as patterns for domestic manufacture of that fire arm by all such smithe as will undertake to assist, by their own forges, to make up the deficiency; and if deemed