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sked the same disposition. Both reports were ordered to be printed. The morning hour having expired, the special order, the bill from the Military Committee, to increase the Provisional Army of the Confederate States, was taken up; the question, as announced by the Chair, being upon the amendment of Mr. Chrisman, of Ky. This amendment, which comes in after the 5th section of the bill reported by the committee, was agreed to Substitutes submitted by Messrs Davis, of Miss., and Bonham, of S. C. were considered and voted down. The question then came up on the engrossment of the committee's bill, and on this the ayes and noes were called, and the bill was ordered to be engrossed, by the following vote — ayes 46, noes 44. The vote by which the bill was ordered to its engrossment was reconsidered, and several amendments were proposed. It was read a third time, engrossed, and passed. We present below the bill as it received the sanction of the House. It was carrie