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ed to secure to them a speedy and impartial trial. Agreed to. Mr. Kenner, of La., from the Committee of Ways and Means, presented two Senate bills which required the House to go into secret session, and month that the House go into secret session, with a view to take up these bills. The motion prevailed, and after some time spent with closed doors, the House again resolved itself into open session. The special order of the day, being the bill to provide for filling up existing companies, squadrons, battalions, and regiments, and to increase the Provisional Army, was taken up. Various substitutes and amendments were submitted, and the House addressed by Messrs. Miles, Bonham, Gaither, and Crockett; but without coming to any definite action upon the subject, the House adjourned. [It is probable that several days will be consumed in the consideration of this bill. When it is perfected and passed by the House, we will publish it for the benefit of those interested.]