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yable in London. A substitute was submitted, providing that the interest be paid in Richmond in currency. Mr. James Barbour opposed any proposition which would hand over $700,000 a year to the very men who are supplying Lincoln's Government due to citizens of the North on the bonds of the State shall be suspended during the war. Mr. Montague followed Mr. Barbour in support of paying this interest as a necessity required by the honor of the State. Mr. Montague denied that the reeservation. The discussion was conducted by Messrs. McFarland and Garnett against, and Messrs. Conrad, Treadway and Barbour in favor of the ordinance. Mr. J. Barbour's rejoinder was marked by great ability and force, and produced quite an Barbour's rejoinder was marked by great ability and force, and produced quite an impression. Mr. Morton advocated a substitute proposing that the interest be paid in Richmond in currency. Mr. Ambler moved to amend the original ordinance. At this point of the discussion Mr. Beanch moved an adjournment. Not carried. Mr. Pendl