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ch. The House resolution for the appointment of a special committee on the subject of impressments, returned from the Senate with amendments, was taken up, and the amendments were concurred in. The Senate joint resolution for an adjournment of Congress on the 31st of May inst., being taken up for consideration, Mr. Miles opposed its adoption. He urged the House not to fix any day of adjournment at present, and least of all so early a day as that proposed by the resolution. Mr. Garland, of Ark., also opposed the resolution, and moved its reference to the Committee on the Judiciary. Mr. Conrad, of La., stated that there were important matters before the Committee on Wave and Means, which required mature deliberation, and argued against a hasty adjournment. The resolution was further debated by Mr. Perkins in opposition, and Messrs Singleton and Machen in favor, and the question being taken on the motion to refer, was decided in the negative. The question r