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greed to and the bill sent to the House. Mr. Sparrow, from the Military Committee, reported back, with an amendment, House bill to provide for increasing the price of the rations for sick and wounded soldiers in hospitals. The amendments were tured by the enemy west of the Mississippi river. Mr. Hill, from the Judiciary Committee, reported without amendment House bill to provide for holding Congressional elections in Arkansas. The bill was considered and passed. Mr. Baker, fro R. Hooper. Mr. Burnett, from the same committee reported back the House bill for the relief of Livingston Mims, and House joint resolution for the relief of Major W. F. Haines. House bill to increase the efficiency of the army by the empl of the allegation that the Yankee prisoners in our hands have not been adequately supplied with food, and report to this House as soon as practicable, to the end that the character of our Government may be effectually vindicated in the premises, an