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all honor to Gen. Johnston, but thought it should be done in a separate resolution. After some discussion, the resolution was withdrawn for the time, when. Mr. Goode, of Va., presented a joint resolution, tendering the thanks of Congress and the country to Gen. Joseph E. Johnston and the officers and men under his command for, would submit a substitute. Objection being made, the Speaker ruled that no substitute was in order. Much discussion then ensued on the original resolution of Mr. Goode, after which it was adopted. Mr. Lyons, of Va., again presented his resolution, tendering the thanks of Congress to Gen. R. E. Lee and the officers and men Committee inquire into the expediency of so amending existing laws as to require commutation value of clothing for the army to be fixed at its actual cost. Mr. Goode presented a bill to amend the act to exempt certain persons from enrollment for service in the Confederate States. This bill provides for the exemption of all m