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nd them to your favorable consideration. This is a matter of practical importance, and requires early attention. The interests of the State demand that the reforming hand of the Legislature should be applied to it.--With a regular supply of raw material, so as to keep the convicts constantly employed, and with an intelligent and judicious application of their labor, we may reasonably that the institution will be self sustaining, it no more. I submit the report of Capt. Edward. H. Fitzhugh, now in charge of the Quartermaster General's office, to which I invite your attention. It presents a clear and succinct statement of the condition of affairs in that office from the organization of the State line forces to the present time, and will doubtless be read with great interest, especially when it is recollected that just before the State Line troops were disbarred it was quite currently charged that the entire appropriation had been expended. This report shows that the sum of