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Confederate Congress. Senate. Monday, January 30, 1865. Prayer by the Rev. Mr. Minnegerode, of the Episcopal Church. Mr. Graham, of North Carolina, called the Senate to order, stating that he had been requested by the President of the Senate, during his temporary absence, to preside until the Senate should organize. The forty-eighth rule of the Senate being suspended, an amendment was offered to the rules of the Senate, that in cases of the temporary absence of the President and President pro tempore of the Senate, the Senate may, by order, appoint any Senator, who, as President pro tempore ad interim, shall provide over the body during the absence of the President and President pro tempore, and while he shall thus preside, his powers and duties shall be the same as those of the President or President pro tempore. The amendment was agreed to, and under it, Mr. Graham, of North Carolina, was appointed President pro tempore ad interim of the Senate. On mo
Virginia Legislature. [Extra session.] Senate. Monday, January 30, 1865. The Senate was called to order at 11 o'clock A. M. Mr. Christian, of Middlesex, from the Committee on Public Institutions, presented a bill to amend and re-enact the act passed March 4th, 1864, entitled "an act authorizing an increase of the salaries of the professors of the University, and providing for the education of persons disabled by wounds received in the public service. " Mr. Keen, of Pittsylvania, presented, with appropriate remarks, a series of patriotic resolutions adopted by the officers and soldiers of the Fifty-seventh Virginia regiment, which were read and referred to the Committee on Confederate Relations. Mr. Frazier, of Rockbridge, also presented resolutions of the same character from the soldiers and officers of the Rockbridge Battery, Salem Flying Artillery, Powhatan Artillery and the Third company Richmond Howitzers, all of which were referred to the Committee on C
In Henrico county Court, January 30, 1865. --The Court met to-day, pursuant to its adjournment on Wednesday last, and heard the excuses of certain persons named in the list adopted on Monday last, erased their names from the same, and, for reasons appearing, added to the said list the names of certain others; and the Court doth therefore order that the following persons produce the number of slaves opposite their respective names in the subjoined list, to the Sheriff of this county, at the Courthouse, on Monday Next (being the 6th day of February, 1865,) by 12 o'clock M. And the Sheriff of this county is directed to take into possession the slaves of all owners, hirers and hospitals who fail to deliver such slaves on that day, each of whom, in such case, will be liable to a fine of ten dollars per day for each slave not delivered, besides a fee of five dollars to the Sheriff for taking the slaves: And the Court doth appoint William B. Conner, Second battalion, company D, Virginia