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ructed to inquire into the expediency of sending propositions, viz: By Mr. Coghill, of providing for the deposit of the revenue in some one of the Banks in the different divisions of the State; by the same, of repealing the law requiring the branch Banks to redeem their notes at the parent Banks, etc.; by Mr. Isbell, of authorizing the Governor to deposit muskets and ammunition at certain places, and under certain restrictions, etc., (designated in the resolutions;) by Mr. French, of a general stay law; by Mr. Neeson, of reporting bill 428 of last session; by Mr. Marshall, of providing for the voluntary enslavement of Clara and her children, in the county of Rappahannock; by Mr. Lynch, of creating a magazine or arsenal at or near Lynchburg; by Mr. August, of extending the boundaries of the city of Richmond. --Several resolutions to inquire into the expediency of refunding taxes were adopted, memorials, etc., presented, after which. On motion of Mr. Thomas, the Senate adjourned.