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solutions of inquiry were adopted and appropriately referred: By Mr. McKenney, of reporting Senate bill No. 231, of last session, amending the charter of the Jackson Orphan Asylum of Norfolk city; by Mr. Paxton, of releasing the securities of John E. Lewis, late Sheriff of Greenbrier county, from the payment of damages on the revenue collected by the said Sheriff, and of extending the time of payment thereof; by Mr. Newman, of refunding to Thos. L. Jordan $26.54, improperly paid by him; by Mr. Carson, of amending the act passed March 14, 1860, entitled "an act for the relief of Hugh Crolly and Patrick McCane;" by Mr. Hubbard, of passing some law for the object of relieving the Asylums of this State from certain harmless and incurable patients. The following joint resolution, proposed by Mr. Neal, was laid over, under the rules: Whereas, the sending of reinforcements to the forts and arsenals of Virginia has caused uneasiness, and is a source of disquietude to the citizens of
Duane, Captain Evans, stationed at Norfolk, Va, and almost a new vessel. Philip Allen. Captain Sands, stationed at Baltimore, Md., and almost a new vessel. Forward, Captain Nones, stationed at Wilmington, Del., an old vessel, and carries two guns. Harriet Lane, Captain Faunce, stationed at New York, is a new ship, propelled by steam, carries four 24-pound Dahlgren side guns, with a long 32-pound pivot gun forward, and a full crew. James Campbell, Captain Clarke, stationed at New London, Conn, nearly new, carries one 32-pound pivot gun, and is pierced for four side guns. Morris, Captain Whitcomb, stationed at Boston, is an old vessel, and carries two 12-pound guns. Caleb Cushing, Captain Walden, stationed at Portland, Me., hull in good condition, is pierced for four side guns, and could carry a pivot gun, but only has one 12-pounder on board. Jackson, Captain Carson, stationed at East-port, Me., hull good, carries two 12-pound guns and a good name.