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ion laws; petition of sundry citizens of Norfolk, for an amendment to the laws in relation to landlords and tenants; petition of John H. Claiborne, and others, for relief from the injurious effects of the laws in regard to the inspection of plaster of paris; a bill in relation to the devise made by Joel Osborn, to the Alexandria, Loudoun and Hampshire Railroad; a bill for organizing a volunteer force to be called the Virginia Volunteer Legion. Resolutions of Inquiry.--By Mr. Newlon, of reporting a bill to incorporate the Virginia Oil and Coal Company; by Mr. Brannon, of releasing Wm. H. Hall, late Sheriff of Lewis county, from a judgment had against him. The consideration of the bill to amend the charter of the Winchester and Potomac Railroad Company was resumed, the question being on its indefinite postponement. Mr. Thomas, of Fairfax, addressed the Senate in opposition to the b At the conclusion of his remarks. On motion of Mr. Christian, the Senate adjourned.
Meetings last night. The meeting at the African Church last night was called by the Douglas party. Mr. John Pritchard presided, assisted by five Vice Presidents. Speeches were made by Messrs. John H. Gilmer, Joseph Segar and John M. Botts, all of whom took decided ground against a dissolution of the Union for existing causes. The church was about two-thirds full. The meeting at Mechanics' Institute Hall was presided over by Mr. Thomas H. Wynne. The necessity of secession was urged in strong language by Messrs. James R. Crenshaw, Peachy R. Grattan, John Randolph Tucker, and others.