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ed to lay the resolution upon the table, and on that motion demand the yeas and nays. Mr. Scott, of Powhatan, raised a point of order in regard to the reception of Mr. Speed's resolution, which was overruled by the Chair. Mr. Wilson of Harrison, asked the gentleman from Wood to withdraw his motion, in order that he might offer an amendment which he thought would be acceptable to all. Mr. Jackson declined to withdraw his motion; he preferred to look straight ahead. The roll wa information when there was every probability that it would be refused. He intended, nevertheless, to vote for the proposition, for he desired that the President should be informed of the tone and temper of this Convention. Mr. Carlile, of Harrison, said that he opposed the measure on Saturday evening, and was strengthened in his opposition this morning. He was satisfied with the disclosures of the President's policy already made. He claimed that the paralyzation of commerce and industry
essor of the Medical College of Virginia calling the attention of the Council to the propriety of grading and otherwise improving Marshall street, from 12th to College street. Referred to the Commissioners of Streets generally, without being read. The reports of sundry police officers, of operations within the month, were presented and referred. The bonds of the City Chamberlain and City Auditor were presented and approved.--Peter W. Ralston was elected Chamberlain's Clerk, and T. B. Harrison and D. J. Saunders Auditor's Clerks, by the Council. Sundry accounts against the city were presented; some ordered to be certified and paid, others referred to the Committee on Claims. By Mr. Grattan: Resolved, That the Clerk of the Council be directed to obtain from the keeper of the rolls of the State a copy of the act for the amendment of the charter of the city, and that he have 100 copies thereof printed, in pamphlet form, for the use of the Council. [Adopted.]