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s the object I had in view, whilst the resolution, as reported, represents me as wishing only to provide for the families of volunteers. My object is, sir, to provide for the support of the families of all soldiers who are in a destitute condition. The War Tax. Mr. Douglas presented the proceedings of a public meeting of citizens of King and Queen county, relative to the assumption by the Legislature of Virginia's quota of the War Tax. Referred to the Cemmittee on Finance. Mr. Cheistian, of Augusta, presented the memorial of citizens of Pendleton county, asking that the Commonwealth shall assume the payment of the Confederate War Tax, Referred. Bill rejected. Mr. Thomas, of Henry, called up the bill compensating Peter P. Penn for the loss of his slave Albert; and it was taken up on its passage. It was advocated by Mr. Thomas, opposed by Mr. Robertson, and lost for want of a constitutional mejority — yeas 18 nays 17. Senatorial vacancies. On motion of