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ch statement. He had said in those remarks that nearly every member of the Tennessee delegation in Congress had signed such a paper. Mr. Chambliss, of Va., introduced a joint resolution for the relief of Mrs. Julia Tyler, Executrix, of Hon. John Tyler. The resolution related to the pay due Mr. Tyler as a member of Congress at the time of his death. The rules were suspended, and the House adopted the resolution. Mr. Russell, of Va., offered the following resolution; which was agMr. Tyler as a member of Congress at the time of his death. The rules were suspended, and the House adopted the resolution. Mr. Russell, of Va., offered the following resolution; which was agreed to: Resolved, That the Committee on Military Affairs inquire into the expediency of amending the law relating to the organization of the militia, when called into the service of the Confederate States. Mr. Bothler, of Va., presented two memorials, one from Brig. Gen. Carson, and the other from Brig. Gen. Meem, on the subject of the day of militia; which were referred. Mr. Baldwin of Va., offered the following resolution; which was referred to the Judiciary Committee: