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k on the Covington and Ohio Railroad, was taken up and considered. The amendments of the Senate were agreed to. Tax Bill.--The bill imposing taxes for the support of Government was taken up, and certain proposed amendments of the Senate were agreed to. The bill was passed. The Armory Commissioners.--The Speaker laid before the House the following from Geo. W. Randolph, one of the Commissioners, which was read, laid on the table, and ordered to be printed. Richmond, April 1st, 1861. Sir To the Honorable Speaker of the House of Delegates: I have had the honor to receive, through the Clerk of the House of Delegates, a resolution adopted on the 9th ult., requesting "the Armory Commissioners to report the amount of the bonds they obtained from the Board of Public Works, under the provisions of the act appropriating five hundred thousand dollars to repair the Armory and purchase arms; whether they sold the bonds, and if so, whether at par, or at what discount;
Correspondence of the Richmond Dispatch.affairs in Petersburg. Petersburg, April 1, 1861. To-day witnesses the annual return of the Easter holidays — a short season of intense excitement to the colored population, who walk the streets with a careless, happy mien, enviable to behold, and which would doubtless put to blush the sage comment from their Northern friends, "that they are the victims of a sad delusion." We hope they will keep their happiness within modest bounds, and not "take to spirits to keep the spirits up. " The Lent services have been unusually interesting this season, and it has been a delightful relief to turn away from the restless scenes of political strife, and the petty trying cares of daily life, and enter one of the quiet sanctuaries to hear the grateful sounds of praise and the devout utterances of thanksgiving.--The ministers, too, seem to have been fully impressed with the importance of devoting themselves to the mighty task of explaining the gr