Thuusday, Juno 18. Mr. IÃouslon, of the Military Commiltee, repjrted a joint resolution, giving tlio thanks of C ii'icsÃ¡ to Gen. Tuylor, and Tor other puipos3 S.' At five o'clock iha body closcd tlicir session. inving confirmad ilie tieuty. The vole, -pro ;md con., is vÃ¼riously staied 40 to II, and 58 10 12. Tho 8oal of ilie secrecy to thia question has no', been removed, nor will u be, un'.il after ihe ntificaiion of the treaty by the iwo governinenttÃ. In the House, a personal explanaiion ofan fixtiting character took placo betwoeq Messrs. Stevens aud Vaneo j, not condensible for a ie!egraphic report, from want of linie. Tho House then went into Coinmittec of the Wholt , on the Tariffbill- Mr. Cobb in the chair. The bilÃ reponed from the Commiltee of Wajs and Mcans by Mr. Suaborn Jones, was opposed by Messrs. McLÃªari and Mollvaine, of Pennsylvania. Gen. Gaines and Aid, arrived in Washington Thuis lay ovening. Ho ree j vod hid orders on the lOth and left home next day.