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20th, 1860, entitled an act to establish a Circuit Court for the town of Danville; by Mr. Medley, of authorizing Wm. T. Ballon and G. B. Major, trustees, to sell a church lot in the county of Halifax; by Mr. Richardson, of exempting from military duty all employees of the several telegraph companies, such as superintendents, operators, line repairers and battery keepers; by Mr. Haymond, of requesting the Governor to report to the House the number of stand of arms contracted to be sold to J. R. Anderson & Co., how many has been delivered, and when the balance are to be delivered, by whom sold, and by what authority, with a statement of the number of stand of arms still remaining in the arsenals, and also what progress has been made in the repairs of the Armory. Kentucky and Minnesota.--A letter was received from Gov. Letcher, in which he says: "I herewith transmit two communications from his Excellency Beriam Magoffin, Governor of Kentucky, enclosing joint resolutions adopted by th
n assumption, and "therefore all preparations intended to resist the same are unnecessary, so far as this State is concerned." In the House, resolutions were offered to authorize the 2d Auditor to receive State bonds in payment of interest due the Commonwealth; to incorporate the Farmers' and Mechanics' Insurance Company of the City of Richmond; to exempt employees of telegraph companies from military duty; and asking the Governor for information relative to the State muskets sold Joseph R. Anderson & Co. Joint resolutions of the Kentucky Legislature, in response to the Virginia invitation to all the States to appoint Commissioners to meet in Washington, on the 4th of February, to attempt an adjustment of the present difficulties, were read and ordered to be printed; a second series of resolutions, adopted by the legislature of the same State, favoring a Convention of all the States, were referred to the Committee on Federal Relations. Joint resolutions on the state of the Union,