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ad voted for an exemption bill passed by this House, who took exception to the action of the committee, instead of proposing to refer the matter back, he should himself frame and present a bill. He doubted whether the gentleman could frame a bill which in all its details would be acceptable even to himself. At all events, the matter could be as well dealt with in the House as in committee. If the gentleman would draft a bill, he would promise him his co-operation in perfecting it. Mr. Garland, of Ark., opposed the motion of the gentleman from Mississippi. He thought it due to the Military Committee that this bill should be taken up and perfected. He certainly thought that, of the number of gentlemen composing the Military Committee, at least one might be found competent to engineer the bill through, even in the absence of the chairman. Mr. Singleton, of Miss., regretted the absence of the chairman of the Military Committee, but entirely concurred in the views expressed