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t 12 o'clock, and was called to order by Lieut. Gov. Montague. The roll was called and only eighteen members responded, viz: Messrs Anderson, Armstrong Ball, Brannon, Coghill, Collier, Finney, Garnett, Hart, Isbell, Johnson, Marshall, Neesen, Newton, Newman, Robinson, Thompson, and Willey. Mr. Johnson, of Bedford, suggestorkmen in manufactories of agricultural implements. Resolution for Auditing Board. Evening Session. The Senate reassembled at 8 o'clock P. M. Mr. Brannon, of Lewis, moved that the Executive be informed that the Senate is in session and ready to receive any communication he may have to make. Mr. Robertson, ofnd city, with a view of ascertaining whether there was a quorum present, called for the ayes and nays. Mr. Isbell, of Jefferson, thought the proposition of Mr. Brannon proper. Nevertheless, if the Senator from Richmond city desired the ayes and nays he could reach that result in a parliamentary way. Mr. Robertson, of Ric