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he Government. He had no doubt that this address had inspired the camp of Secession with joy. To talk of peace tends only to strengthen the arm of the rebels. There would be no peace till they are subdued, not by compromise and concession, but by bullets and men. On motion of a member, a resolution was adopted, calling on the Secretary of the Treasury to furnish a statement of the public debt up to this date, together with a statement of the average rate of interest. Mr. Wickliffe (Ky.) introduced a bill which was referred to the Committee on Military Affairs, providing, that whereas, 190,000 more volunteers than were authorized by the act of July last have been mustered, and the money to pay them appropriated during the present session, that the corps of volunteers shall not exceed the number now in the service, unless further authorized by act of Congress. Also, that it shall not be lawful to receive as soldiers, or arm, the fugitive slaves that may be captured by t