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enate the charges and specifications preferred by Gen. Beauregard against Maj. H. C. Guerin, Chief Commissary for the State of South Carolina. On motion of Mr. Sparrow, of La., the House bill providing that no person shall be exempt from military duty by reason of having furnished a substitute, was taken up for consideration. Mr. Hill, of Ga., thought the bill should go to the Military Committee. Mr. Sparrow said the Military Committee had had the identical question before them, and their minds were made up. They believed the opinion of the country and army demanded the passage of the bill. Mr. Orr, of S. C., said after what had been said by the chairman of the Military Committee, (Mr. Sparrow,) it was useless to commit the bill to that committee. He hoped the further consideration of the bill would be postponed. After some discussion, which indicated clearly that the bill as it stood was popular with the Senate, on motion of Mr. Wigfall, the subject was post