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n recurring on the passage of the resolution, Mr. Wise called for the yeas and nays; and the roll being called, the result of the vote was announced as follows: yeas 101, nays 16. So the resolution was adopted. Mr. Bolsseau, of Dinwiddie, was excused from voting. Mr. Hall, of Lancaster, stated that he had paired off with Mr. Mostague. Messrs.Johnson and Macfarland, of Richmond, voted in the affirmative, and Mr. Randolph in the negative. Population of Virginia. Mr. Clemmens, of Ohio, stated that on the application of several members, he had procured a statement from the Superintendent of the Census Bureau, giving the complete population of Virginia, by counties. It was, on motion, laid on the table, and ordered to be printed. The document gives the following as the entire population of the Commonwealth: White persons1,019,613 Free colored57,579 Slaves490,887 Total1,596,079 The report of the Peace Commissioners. Mr. Summers, of Kan