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Referred. Mr. Sparrow, from the Committee on Military Affairs, reported back House bill to authorize the establishment of camps of instruction, and to appoint offable. Mr. Mitchell, of Ark., from a select committee, to whom was referred House bill to reorganize and promote the efficiency of the Medical Department of the erred, presented a report recommending the concurrence of the Senate in certain House amendments, some with modifications of phraseology, and recommending the concuression, and adjourned about five o'clock, P. M. House of Representatives.--House met at 11 o'clock. The Chair laid before the House a communication from the scheme resorted to, to save our Government. He was startled, as was he whole House, at the declaration of the gentleman from Tennessee, (Mr. Foote,) as much as ifhe Committee of Ways and Means, with instructions to prepare and report to this House a system of comprehensive taxation. Mr. Johnson, of Va., was in favor of t