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Mr. Witherspoon, of South Carolina, from the Committee on Pos-Offices and Post-Roads, reported a bill to authorize the Postmaster-General to purchase United States postage stamps for certain purposes. Passed. Mr. McMullin, of Virginia, offered a preamble and resolutions adopted by the Twenty-third battalion of Virginia infantry. Laid on the table and ordered to be printed. Mr. Triplett, of Kentucky, from the Committee on Claims, reported a joint resolution for the relief of William C. Hagan, commissary of the Fifty-fourth Virginia regiment, who was captured by the enemy in East Tennessee. [The resolution provides that he be credited in the settlement of his accounts by the sum of four thousand one hundred dollars, taken from him by the enemy.] The resolution was passed. Mr. Machen, from the Committee on Quartermaster and Commissary Departments, reported back memorial of Captain William Johnson. Referred to the Committee on Claims. Mr. Anderson, from the Committ
n. J. C. Breckinridge, Secretary of War: --General Hampton attacked General Kilpatrick at daylight this morning and drove him from his camp, tacking his guns, wagons, many horses, several hundred prisoners, and releasing a great number of our own men who had been captured. "The guns and wagons could not be brought off for want of horses. "Many of the enemy were killed and wounded. Our loss not heavy. "Lieutenant-Colonel J. S. King was killed. Brigadier-General Home, Colonels Hagan and Harrison, and Majors Lewis, Ferguson and others were wounded. R. E. Lee." Congressional. The President has vetoed the bill, originating in the Senate, to provide for the promotion of officers in certain cases; and the Senate, on Saturday, passed the bill, by the requisite two- thirds majority, over the President's veto. The President has also vetoed the bill abolishing the offices of quartermasters, assistant quartermasters, commissaries and assistant commissaries.