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mittee on the Judiciary be instructed to report a bill for the establishment of a Supreme Court. Mr. Jones, of Tenn, moved to amend by inserting at the end of the resolution the words, "and that the committee report at the next session."--This amendment was accepted, and, as amended, the resolution was agreed to. Mr. Jones, of Tenn., moved to suspend the call of the States, and that the committees be called. The motion prevailed, and the Committee on Elections being called, Mr. Smith, of N. C. submitted a report in the contested election case between Messrs. Garland and Johnson, of Ark, which he asked might be printed. Mr. Crockett, from the same committee, submitted a minority report, for which he asked 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 t
believed when it is announced, that a New England Colonel is to- day, in the second year of the rebellion, in arrest for having been engaged in the manly task of turning over a young woman, whose skin was almost as white as his own, to the eyelash of her rebel master! III. Numerous acts of pilfering from the negroes have taken place in the neighborhood of Beaufort, committed by men wearing the uniform of the United States; I cannot and will not disgrace the name by calling them soldiers. To enable General Saxton to have these petty thieves arrested, and sent to this post for punishment, the three companies of the 4th regiment New Hampshire volunteers, now at Beaufort, will be placed exclusively under his command for service on the plantations. IV. All the furniture left by the rebels on the Island, including that left in the city of Beaufort, is hereby placed under the exclusive jurisdiction of Gen. Saxton. By command of Maj. Gen. D. Hunter. Edw. W. Smith, A. A. G.