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Confederate Congress. Thursday, Oct. 2, 1862. Senate.--The Senate met at 11 o'clock A. M.--Mr. Hunter, of Virginia, in the Chair. Prayer by Rev. Mr. Woodbridge. The Senate bill providing for enlistments in the marine corps, with House amendments, was taken 0up, and amendments concurred in. The Senate Exemption bill, with House amendments, was taken up. Mr. Spatrow moved the Senate disagree to the House amendments, and that a committee on the part of the Senate be appointed to confer with a House committee to perfect the bill. Agreed to. House bill to enable the President to provide means for military transportation by the construction of a road between Blue Mountain, in Alabama, and Rome, in Georgia. Passed. Ayes 14, nays 4. House bill to authorize the Postmaster General to employ special agents to superintend and secure the certain and speedy transportation of the mails across the Mississippi river. Amendment offered by Mr. Johnson agreed to, an