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ice: David Hunt, Clinton Cockrill, Joe Merryman, Robert Cain, John Murray, H. J. Freeland, W. M. Paxton, W. C. Remington, Andrew Tribble, R. P. S. Filey, Jackson Miller, Robt. Clark, W. Tatman, H. M. Cochran, S. M. Hays, Joseph Todd, and James Burcksbarte. D. Hunter, Maj. Gen. Commanding. Improved Dwelling for soldiers. A Missouri correspondent of the New York Herald, writing under date of December 27, says: I noticed yesterday a series of structures occupied by one of Colonel Ellis's First Missouri Cavalry companies, which combined the lightness of the tent with the warmth of a dwelling. This novel-looking kind of coral consisted of a circular picket surmounted by a tent. A circular trench eighteen inches deep is first dug, equalling the diameter of a Sibley tent at the bottom, and posts seven and a half feet in length, and some six inches through, are placed upright close together in the trench, leaving an opening for entrance, and another on the opposite for a
ry Affairs, to whom was referred "a plan for the reorganization of the Virginia forces for the war," made a report asking to be discharged from the further consideration of the subject. Agreed to. Resolutions of inquiry. The following resolutions inquiring into the expediency of legislation upon the subjects mentioned, were adopted. By Mr. Newman: Of imposing a tax of fifty cents per gallon on all liquors distilled out of corn or wheat. By Mr. Coghill: Of refunding to John T. Ellis a license tax paid by him, which he did not use by reason of his absence in the military service. By Mr. Spitler: Of reporting a bill directing clerks to refund the tax which has been paid them on seals of court connected with papers of deceased soldiers. By Mr. Thomas, of Fairfax: Of compensating William R. Delaney, Attorney for the Commonwealth in the Circuit Court of Fairfax, and Charles E. Stuart, Attorney for the Commonwealth in the Circuit Court of Alexandria, for their s