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The Senate have passed a bill of this House of the following title, viz:

H. R. 637. An act to settle the titles to certain lands set apart for the use of certain half-breed Kansas Indians, in Kansas Territory; with amendments; in which I am directed to ask the concurrence of this House.

The Speaker having announced as the business first in order the motion submitted by Mr. Jones, and pending when the House adjourned yesterday, to correct the journal of Saturday last

On motion of Mr. Millson, by unanimous consent, the House resolved itself into the Committee of the Whole House on the state of the Union; and after some time spent therein, the Speaker resumed the chair, and Mr. Israel Washburn, jr., reported that the committee having, according to order, had the state of the Union generally under consideration, and particularly the bill of the House (H. R. 338) to provide for the payment of outstanding treasury notes, to authorize a loan, to regulate and fix the duties on imports, and for other purposes, had found itself without a quorum, and that he had caused the roll to be called, when it appeared that the following named members were absent, viz:

Mr. Charles F. Adams, Mr. Garnett B. Adrain, Mr. Thomas L. Anderson, Mr. John D. Ashmore, Mr. J. R. Barrett, Mr. Charles L. Beale, Mr. Harrison G. Blake, Mr. Thomas S. Bocock, Mr. Milledge L. Bonham, Mr. Alexander R. Boteler, Mr. John E. Bouligny, Mr. William W. Boyce, Mr. Reese B. Brabson, Mr. George Briggs, Mr. John Y. Brown, Mr. John C. Burch, Mr. Silas M. Burroughs, Mr. Charles Case, Mr. Horace F. Clark, Mr. Sherrard Clemens, Mr. Clark B. Cochrane, Mr. George B. Cooper, Mr. Thomas Corwin, Mr. Samuel S. Cox, Mr. Burton Craige, Mr. Martin J. Crawford, Mr. Jabez L. M. Curry, Mr. Samuel R. Curtis, Mr. Thomas G. Davidson, Mr. John G. Davis, Mr. Reuben Davis, Mr. Daniel C. De Jarnette, Mr. William H. Dimmick, Mr. W. McKee Dunn, Mr. Henry A. Edmundson, Mr. William H. English, Mr. Emerson Etheridge, Mr. Philip B. Fouke, Mr Ezra B. French, Mr. Muscoe R. H. Garnett, Mr. John A. Gilmer, Mr. James H. Graham, Mr. Chapin Hall, Mr. Andrew J. Hamilton, Mr. Thomas Hardeman, jr., Mr. J. Morrison Harris, Mr. John B. Haskin, Mr. Robert Hatton, Mr. George S. Hawkins, Mr. John Hickman, Mr. Joshua Hill, Mr. Thomas C. Hindman, Mr. Charles B. Hoard, Mr. William S. Holman, Mr. William Howard, Mr. James Jackson, Mr. Albert G. Jenkins, Mr. Lawrence M. Keitt, Mr. Jacob M. Kunkel, Mr. Charles H. Larrabee, Mr. James M. Leach, Mr. M. Lindley Lee, Mr. Peter E. Love, Mr. William B. Maclay, Mr. Charles D. Martin, Mr. Elbert S. Martin, Mr. Horace Maynard, Mr. John A. McClernand, Mr. John McQueen, Mr. John J. McRae, Mr. W. Porcher Miles, Mr. Sydenham Moore, Mr. Edward Joy Morris, Mr. Isaac N. Morris, Mr. Thomas A. R. Nelson, Mr. John T. Nixon, Mr. John W. Noell, Mr. Abraham B. Olin, Mr. George W. Palmer, Mr. John J. Perry, Mr. John U. Pettit, Mr. Albert G. Porter, Mr. Emory B. Pottle, Mr. Roger A. Pryor, Mr. John H. Reagan, Mr. John H. Reynolds, Mr. James C. Robinson, Mr. Thomas Ruffin, Mr. Albert Rust, Mr. Daniel E. Sickles, Mr. William Smith, Mr. Elbridge G. Spaulding, Mr. John W. Stevenson, Mr. James A. Stewart, Mr. Lan. sing Stout, Mr. Mason W. Tappan, Mr. Miles Taylor, Mr. Thomas C. Theaker, Mr. James H. Thomas, Mr. Carey A. Trimble, Mr. John W. H. Underwood, Mr. Charles H. Van Wyck, Mr. Henry Waldron, Mr. E. P. Walton, Mr. Edwin H. Webster, Mr. Alfred Wells, Mr. William G. Whiteley, Mr. James Wilson, Mr. Warren Winslow, and Mr. Samuel H. Woodson.

Mr. Theaker, from the Committee on Enrolled Bills, reported that the Committee had examined and found truly enrolled resolutions and bills of the following titles, viz:

S. Res. 7. A resolution for the relief of the legal representatives of John A. Frost, deceased.

S. Res. 16. A resolution authorizing Captains William L. Hudson and Joshua R. Sands to accept certain testimonials awarded to them by the government of Great Britain.

S. 420. An act to authorize the issuance of patents, in the name of James S. Douglass, upon certain land entries made at Chockchuma, Mississippi.

S. 192. An act authorizing the corporation of Washington city to make a loan and issue stock for two hundred thousand dollars for building a market-house.

S. 150. An act for the relief of Madison Sweetser.

S. 119. An act for the relief of A. M. Mitchell, late colonel of Ohio volunteers, in the Mexican war.

S. 55. An act for the relief of Tilman Leak.
S. 70. An act for the relief of George Stealey.
S. 56. An act for the relief of Richard W. Meade.
S. 57. An act for the relief of David D. Porter.
When
The Speaker signed the same.
A quorum being present,

The House again resolved itself into the Committee of the whole House on the state of the Union; and after some time spent therein, the Speaker resumed the chair, and Mr. Israel Washburn, jr., reported that the committee having, according to order, had the state of the Union generally under consideration, and particularly the bill of the House No. 338, had found itself without a quorum, and that he had caused the roll to be called, when it appeared that the following named members were absent, viz:

Mr. Charles F. Adams, Mr. Garnett B. Adrain, Mr. Thomas L. Anderson, Mr. John D. Ashmore, Mr. Thomas J. Barr, Mr. J. R. Barrett, Mr. Charles L. Beale, Mr. Thomas S. Bocock, Mr. Milledge L. Bonham, Mr. Alexander R. Boteler, Mr. John E. Bouligny, Mr. Wil. liam E. Boyce, Mr. Reese B. Brabson, Mr. George Briggs, Mr. John Y. Brown, Mr. John C. Burch, Mr. Henry C. Burnett, Mr. Silas M. Burroughs, Mr. Charles Case, Mr. Horace F. Clark, Mr. Sherrard Clemens, Mr. Williamson R. W. Cobb, Mr. Clark B. Cochrane, Mr. George B. Cooper, Mr. Samuel S. Cox, Mr. James Craig, Mr. Burton Craige, Mr. Martin J. Crawford, Mr. Jabez L. M. Curry, Mr. Samuel R. Curtis, Mr. Thomas G. Davidson, Mr. H. Winter Davis, Mr. Reuben Davis, Mr. Daniel C. De Jarnette, Mr. William H. Dimmick, Mr.

W. McKee Dunn, Mr. Henry A. Edmundson, Mr. William H. Eng.
lish, Mr. Emerson Etheridge, Mr. John F. Farnsworth, Mr. Philip B.
Fouke, Mr. Muscoe R. H. Garnett, Mr. John A. Gilmer, Mr. James
H. Graham, Mr. Galusha A. Grow, Mr. Chapin Hall, Mr. Andrew J.
Hamilton, Mr. Thomas Hardeman, jr., Mr. John B. Haskin, Mr. Rob-
ert Hatton, Mr. George S. Hawkins, Mr. Joshua Hill, Mr. Thomas C.
Hindman, Mr. Charles B. Hoard, Mr. William S. Holman, Mr. Wil-
liam Howard, Mr. James Jackson, Mr. Albert G. Jenkins, Mr. Law-
rence M. Keitt, Mr. William Kellogg, Mr. Jacob M. Kunkel, Mr.
Charles H. Larrabee, Mr. James M. Leach, Mr. M. Lindley Lee, Mr.
Peter E. Love, Mr. William B. Maclay, Mr. Charles D. Martin, Mr.
Elbert S. Martin, Mr. Horace Maynard, Mr. John A. McClernand,
Mr. John McQueen, Mr. John J. McRae, Mr. W. Porcher Miles, Mr.
Sydenham Moore, Mr. Edward Joy Morris, Mr. Isaac N. Morris, Mr.
Thomas A. R. Nelson, Mr. John T. Nixon, Mr. John W. Noell, Mr.
Abraham B. Olin, Mr. John J. Perry, Mr. Alfred G. Porter, Mr.
Emory B. Pottle, Mr. Roger A. Pryor, Mr. John H. Reagan, Mr. John
H. Reynolds, Mr. James C. Robinson, Mr. Thomas Ruffin, Mr. Albert
Rust, Mr. Daniel E. Sickles, Mr. William Smith, Mr. Daniel E. Somes,
Mr. Elbridge G. Spaulding, Mr. John W. Stevenson, Mr. James A.
Stewart, Mr. Lansing Stout, Mr. Miles Taylor, Mr. Thomas C. Thea-
ker, Mr. James H. Thomas, Mr. Cary A. Trimble, Mr. John W. H.
Underwood, Mr. Charles H. Van Wyck, Mr. Henry Waldron, Mr. E.
P. Walton, Mr. Edwin H. Webster, Mr. Alfred Wells, Mr. William
G. Whiteley, Mr. James Wilson, Mr. Warren Winslow, and Mr.
Samuel H. Woodson.

A quorum having appeared,

The House again resolved itself into the Committee of the whole IIouse on the state of the Union; and after some time spent therein, the Speaker resumed the chair, and Mr. Israel Washburn, jr., reported that the committee having, according to order, had the state of the Union generally under consideration, and particularly the bill of the House No. 338, had found itself without a quorum, and that he had caused the roll to be called, when it appeared that the following named members were absent, viz:

Mr. Charles F. Adams, Mr. Garnett B. Adrain, Mr. Thomas L. Anderson, Mr. James M. Ashley, Mr. John D. Ashmore, Mr. Thomas J. Barr, Mr. J. R. Barrett, Mr. Charles L. Beale, Mr. Thomas S. Bocock, Mr. Milledge L. Bonham, Mr. Alexander R. Boteler, Mr. John E. Bouligny, Mr. William W. Boyce, Mr. Reese B. Brabson, Mr. George Briggs, Mr. John Y. Brown, Mr. John C. Burch, Mr. Anson Burlingame, Mr. Henry C. Burnett, Mr. Silas M. Burroughs, Mr. John Carey, Mr. Charles Case, Mr. Horace F. Clark, Mr. Sherrard Clemens, Mr. Williamson R. W. Cobb, Mr. Clark B. Cochrane, Mr. George B. Cooper, Mr. Thomas Corwin, Mr. Samuel S. Cox, Mr. James Craig, Mr. Burton Craige, Mr. Martin J. Crawford, Mr. Jabez L. M. Curry, Mr. Samuel R. Curtis, Mr. Thomas G. Davidson, Mr. Reuben Davis, Mr. Daniel C. De Jarnette, Mr. William H. Dimmick, Mr. Henry A. Edmundson, Mr. William H. English, Mr. Emerson Etheridge, Mr. John F. Farnsworth, Mr. Philip B. Fouke, Mr. Muscoe R. H. Garnett,

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Mr. John A. Gilmer, Mr. James H. Graham, Mr. John A. Gurley, Mr. Chapin Hall, Mr. Andrew J. Hamilton, Mr. Thomas Hardeman, jr., Mr. John B. Haskin, Mr. Robert Hatton, Mr. George S. Hawkins, Mr. Joshua Hill, Mr. Thomas C. Hindman, Mr. James Jackson, Mr. Albert G. Jenkins, Mr. Lawrence M. Keitt, Mr. Jacob M. Kunkel, Mr. Charles H. Larrabee, Mr. De Witt C. Leach, Mr. James M. Leach, Mr. Peter E. Love, Mr. William B. Maclay, Mr. Gilman Marston, Mr. Charles D. Martin, Mr. Elbert S. Martin, Mr. Horace Maynard, Mr. John A. McClernand, Mr. John McQueen, Mr. John J. McRae, Mr. W. Porcher Miles, Mr. Sydenham Moore, Mr. Edward Joy Morris, Mr. Isaac N. Morris, Mr. Thomas A. R. Nelson, Mr. John T. Nixon, Mr. John W. Moell, Mr. Abraham B. Olin, Mr. John J. Perry, Mr. John S. Phelps, Mr. Emory B. Pottle, Mr. Roger A. Pryor, Mr. John H. Reagan, Mr. John H. Reynolds, Mr. James C. Robinson, Mr. Thomas Ruffin, Mr. Albert Rust, Mr. Daniel E. Sickles, Mr. William Smith, Mr. Elbridge G. Spaulding, Mr. Benjamin Stanton, Mr. John W. Stevenson, Mr. James A. Stewart, Mr. Lansing Stout, Mr. Miles Taylor, Mr. Thomas C. Theaker, Mr. James H. Thomas, Mr. Carey A. Trimble, Mr. John W. H. Underwood, Mr. Zebulon B. Vance, Mr. Charles H. Van Wyck, Mr. E. P. Walton, Mr. Edwin H. Webster, Mr. William G. Whiteley, Mr. James Wilson, Mr. Warren Winslow, and Mr. Samuel H. Woodson.

A quorum having appeared,

The House again resolved itself into the Committee of the Whole House on the state of the Union; and after some time spent therein, the Speaker resumed the chair, and Mr. Israel Washburne, jr., reported that the committee having, according to order, had the state of the Union generally under consideration, and particularly the bill of the House No. 338, had found itself without a quorum, and that he had caused the roll to be called, when it appeared that the following named members were absent, viz:

Mr. Charles F. Adams, Mr. Garnett B. Adrain, Mr. John B. Alley, Mr. Thomas L. Anderson, Mr. James M. Ashley, Mr. John D. Ashmore, Mr. William Barksdale, Mr. Thomas J. Barr, Mr. J. R. Barrett, Mr. Charles L. Beale, Mr. Thomas S. Bocock, Mr. Milledge L. Bon. ham, Mr. Alexander R. Boteler, Mr. John E. Bouligny, Mr. William W. Boyce, Mr. Reese B. Brabson, Mr. George Briggs, Mr. John Y. Brown, Mr. John C. Burch, Mr. Henry C. Burnett, Mr. Silas M. Bur. roughs, Mr. John Carey, Mr. Charles Case, Mr. Horace F. Clark, Mr. John B. Clark, Mr. Sherrard Clemens, Mr. David Clopton, Mr. Williamson R. W. Cobb, Mr. Clark B. Cochrane, Mr. John Cochrane, Mr. George B. Cooper, Mr. Thomas Corwin, Mr. John Covode, Mr. James Craig, Mr. Burton Craige, Mr. Martin J. Crawford, Mr. Jabez L. M. Curry, Mr. Samuel R. Curtis, Mr. Thomas G. Davidson, Mr. John G. Davis, Mr. Reuben Davis, Mr. Daniel C. De Jarnette, Mr. William H. Dimmick, Mr. Henry A. Edmundson, Mr. Alfred Ely, Mr. William H. English, Mr. Emerson Etheridge, Mr. John F. Farnsworth, Mr. Philip B. Fouke, Mr. Muscoe R. H. Garnett, Mr. John A. Gilmer, Mr. James H. Graham, Mr. John A. Gurley, Mr. Chapin Hall, Mr. Andrew J. Hamilton, Mr. Thomas Hardeman, jr.,

Mr. John B. Haskin, Mr. Robert Hatton, Mr. George S. Haw. kins, Mr. Joshua Hill, Mr. Thomas C. Hindman, Mr. Charles B. Hoard, Mr. George W. Hughes, Mr. John Hutchins, Mr. James Jackson, Mr. Albert G. Jenkins, Mr. Lawrence M. Keitt, Mr. David Kilgore, Mr. Jacob M. Kunkel, Mr. Lucius Q. C. Lamar, Mr. Charles H. Larrabee, Mr. James M. Leach, Mr. John A. Logan, Mr. Peter E. Love, Mr. William B. Maclay, Mr. Charles D. Martin, Mr. Elbert S. Martin, Mr. Horace Maynard, Mr. John A. McClernand, Mr. John McQueen, Mr. John J. McRae, Mr. W. Porcher Miles, Mr. Sydenham Moore, Mr. Isaac N. Morris, Mr. Thomas A. R. Nelson, Mr. John T. Nixon, Mr. John W. Noell, Mr. Abraham B. Olin, Mr. John J. Perry, Mr. Samuel 0. Peyton, Mr. John S. Phelps, Mr. John F. Potter, Mr. Emory B. Pottle, Mr. Roger A. Pryor, Mr. John H. Reagan, Mr. John H. Reynolds, Mr. James C. Robinson, Mr. Thomas Ruffin, Mr. Alfred Rust, Mr. Charles L. Scott, Mr. Charles B. Sedgwick, Mr. Daniel E. Sickles, Mr. Otho R. Singleton, Mr. William Smith, Mr. Daniel E. Somes, Mr. Elbridge G. Spaulding, Mr. James A. Stallworth, Mr. Benjamin Stanton, Mr. John W. Stevenson, Mr. James A. Stewart, Mr. Lansing Stout, Mr. Miles Taylor, Mr. Thomas C. Theaker, Mr. James H. Thomas, Mr. Carey A. Trimble, Mr. John W. H. Underwood, Mr. Charles H. Van Wyck, Mr. Cadwalader C. Washburn, Mr. Edwin H. Webster, Mr. William G. Whiteley, Mr. James Wilson, Mr. Warren Winslow, Mr. Samuel H. Woodson, and Mr. John V. Wright.

No quorum being present,

Mr. Stanton moved, at 7 o'clock and 3 minutes p. m., that the House adjourn. And the question being put,

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Yeas....... It was decided in the negative,

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Nays ................... 11 The yeas and nays being desired by one-fifth of the members present, Those who voted in the affirmative are

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