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Senate. Monday, November 21, 1864. The Senate met at 12 o'clock M. Mr. Semmes, of Louisiana, offered the following, which, after considerable discussion, not upon its proper merits, but upon the subject of taxation and the tax laws generally, was postponed till to-day: "joint resolution Relative to the Assessment of the value of the Tax in kind. "Resolved by the Congress of the Confederate States of America, That the value of the articles deliverable as tax in kind under existing laws is not regulated by the schedule of prices fixed by the State commissioners, appointed under the provisions of the impressment acts, and said commissioners have no control over the subject, by appeal or otherwise; and the quantity and quality, as well as the value, of said articles, is to be ascertained and assessed, in case of disagreement between the tax-payer and assessor, by disinterested referees, appointed in the manner specified in the act imposing the tax in kind." Mr.
Richmond Circuit Court, November 21, 1864. --In the matter of a writ of habeas corpus of C. H. Taylor, president of the town of Ashland, adjourned until to-day, the Judge, in rendering his decision, remanded the petitioner to the custody of Lieutenant Bates, at the Confederate States Barracks. The learned Judge, in reviewing the arguments of counsel and the clauses of the Constitution creating justices of the peace, decided that the petitioner did not come up to all the requirements of the office, so as to enable him to take advantage of the laws exempting State officers. Sundry other writs were awarded and made returnable on Wednesday next.