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tion introduced by Mr. Brown, of Mississippi; and Mr. Brown, being entitled to the floor, addressed the Senate. Mr. Brown having concluded his remarks, which occupied two hours. On motion, the further consideration of the resolution was postponed. On motion of Mr. Maxwell, of Fla., it was resolved that when the Senate adjourn, it adjourn till Monday at 12 o'clock. The Senate then resolved into Executive session. The House was opened with prayer at 12 o'clock by Rev. Dr. Marshall, of Mississippi. Mr. E. M. Bruce stated that if he had been present yesterday he should have voted for the bill of Mr. Conrad in relation to substitutes. The bill to prohibit dealing in the paper currency of the enemy being the first on the calendar, was up and passed. The following is a copy of the bill as adopted by the House: Friday morning...December 26, 1863 Section 1: The of the Confederate States of America . That no broker, banker, or dealer in exchange, or
s in good health, and never was in better spirits. I have frequently been asked the names of the gentlemen comprising the Staff of the General Commanding. I will give it as follows; Col. R. H. Chilton, A. A. G., Chief of Staff; Lieut-Col. B. G. Baldwin, Chief of Ordnance; Lieut.-Col. J. L. Corbey, Chief Quartermaster; Lieut.-Col. A. A. Cole, Chief Commissary; Surgeon S. Guild, Medical Director; Lieut. Col. Murphy, inspector General; Major Henry G. Peyton, Assistant Inspector General; Major C. Marshall is his Private Secretary; and Majors C. S. Venable and W. H. Taylor are his Aids. There has been for some time past a system of highway robbery going on in the lines of this army. To such an extent has it been carried that furloughed soldiers have found it necessary to go armed and in squads from the lower parts of the lines to the nearest depot. A few days since details were made from different corps of sharpshooters and sent out to look after the robbers. A squad came up with