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ollector of the war tax of the State of Virginia, in relation to the passage of a bill increasing the compensation of collectors of the war tax. After some further discussion, Mr. Clapp of Miss, offered the following as a substitute for Mr. Perkins's resolutions. Resolved, That a committee of five be appointed to investigate an alleged improper it fluence exercised by the chief collector of the war tax in the State of Virginia to procure the passage of a bill by this House. Mr. Garland, of Ark., moved to lay both resolutions upon the table. Mr. Clarke demanded the ayes and noes on this motion, which were ordered, with the following result — ayes 38 noce 48. The substitute of Mr. Clapp was then adopted. Mr. Chilton, of Ala., moved to reconsider the vote. There was nothing in the extract of the letter read which, in his opinion, reflected upon any member of this body. He was willing, however, to vote for the resolution to investigate the conduct of the ch