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The Daily Dispatch: October 2, 1862., [Electronic resource], The embalming business in the U. S. Army. (search)
nd Means. Mr. Perkins of La., Introduced a bill to regulate the pay of officers on furlough. Referred to Committee in Military Affairs. Mr. Miles, of S. C., introduced a bill to authorize the establishment of camps of instructions, and the appointment of commandants of the same-- his bill was taken up and passed. The House then renewed the consideration of the special order, the Exemption bill of the Senate, which, after various amendments, was adopted, and sent to the Senate for its concurrence. Mr. Conrad, of La., from the Committee, reported back from that committee the bill to prevent persons subject to enrollment to enlist in the marine corps. The bill was considered and passed. Mr. Rails, of Ala., introduced a bill relating to the bounty of soldiers who entered the service for three years or the war. Referred. Mr Foote, of Tenn., moved that the House reserve itself into secret session on a message from the President and the motion was agreed to.