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order for the morning hour on Monday. Mr. Kenner, of La, from the Committee of Ways and Means, introduced a joint resolution to extend the present session of Congress to Monday, the 6th of October, at 12 o'clock M. The resolution was considered and passed — Yeas 55, nays 12. Mr. Chambers, of Miss., introduced a joint resolution of thanks to Lieut. Isaac N. Brown, and all under his command, for the signal exhibition of skill and gallantry on board the steamer Arkansas, on the Mississippi river, July 14th, 1862. Passed. Mr. Miles, of S. C., from the Military Committee, reported a bill to purge the army of ignorant and incompetent officers, which is as follows: Whereas, The efficiency of our army and the health and comfort of our soldiers in the field depend upon the skill, competence, and attention to duty of the officers in the service; and whereas, it is well known that many of the officers of the army are ignorant of their duties, inefficient in their discharge,
. Mansfield, killed at Sharpsburg, dined to the Hon. Eli Thayer, in Washington, on Saturday last. He was in good spirits during the day, just before taking leave seemed to have become distracted, and, after a few moments' silence, said "Mr. Thayer, I am going into battle. If I fall. my body sent to my friends, at Middletown, Colorado He left immediately after making the request. The Navy Department have received the first the famous ram Arkansas, not long since captured on the Mississippi river--a regular Confederate States flag. Also, a flag recently taken from the rebels at Bayon Sara, La. The latter is and anti-Know Nothing flag, laid by and forgotten until the breaking out of the rebellion made them up for flag) long ago. It is a silk flag, green gro with the following inscription. viz: "West Federal na to the rescue. No fanaticism. No bigotry to religious tests." This inscription is surrounded with 34 stars of old. By direction of the President, the States of M