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he House. The Chair then presented a massage from the President requiring a secret session, and on motion of. Mr. Lyons, the House resolved itself into secret session. Mr. Lyons, from the Committee on Public Buildings; made a report wMr. Lyons, from the Committee on Public Buildings; made a report with reference to the Exchange Hotel to the effect that it could be obtained for the use of Congress for the sum of $24,400 per annum or purchased for $175,000, and was subject to annual around rout of $2,020, and that an outlay of $5,000 would fit i on Public Buildings be instructed to purchase the Exchange building and have it prepared for the use of Congress. Mr. Lyons supported the purchase of the building, and Messrs Foote and Davis opposed it. On motion of Mr. Garbell, after somrred. The bill of Mr. Baldwin, relating to the funding of the currency, was referred to the Committee of and . Mr. Lyons off red a resolution to request the Fredds to communicate with the Executives of the different States requesting them t