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h of one percent., instead of one-half of one percent. The subject was discussed by Messrs. Stuart, Paxton, August, Brannon, Carson and Coghill. The Senate refused to strike out, thereby rejecting the proposition. Mr. August proposed at the present session, and which may hereafter be passed by the General Assembly, was considered, and discussed by Messrs. Brannon, Coghill, Paxton, Neeson, and others. Mr. Paxton moved to lay on the table. Lost. Mr. Newman proposed to amend by exempting all bills passed at the present session from the tax. Rejected. Mr. Brannon moved to amend so as to fix a specific tax on such bills as have been, and may be passed at the present session. Lost. The amendment as reported wats and improvements, by striking out forty cents, with a view of increasing the amount. Opposed by Messrs. Coghill, Brannon, and others. Mr. Thomas moved to lay the bill on the table. Carried. And then, on motion of Mr. Johnson, the jo