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ries been committed and depredations upon private property, but the trains running between Richmond and Petersburg have been assailed, and patrons travelling in them injured. On one occasion several window glasses of the cars were broken by snow-balls, and a lady sitting near one of them so seriously injured as to require the services of a physician: On Thursday night last, twelve soldiers, armed to the teeth and purporting to belong to General Road's division, appeared at the Half way House, and demanded admittance into the store of Mr. Charkley, the postmaster. They stated that they had orders from headquarters to search his promises for Equor, and exhibited a forged order to that effect. Seeing that those men were determined upon entering into the store, whether peacefully or by fires the boy who kept the store admitted them. Their reached for the liquor proved ineffectual, but they satisfied themselves by forcibly taking a large quantity of goods of various kinds from the
bill taken up and made the special order for Wednesday next. Mr. Miles reported back a bill to prevent the conscription of officers resigning their commissions on account of wounds received or diseases contracted in the service. Committee discharged and the bill laid on the table. Mr. Miles reported the following resolution, in lieu of one referred to the committee: Resolved That the President be requested, if not incompatible with the public interests, to communicate to this House copies of such official reports of General officers of the battles of Shiloh, Baton Rouge, Murfreesboro', Fort Pillow, Island No.10, and New Madrid, as have not yet been communicated to Congress. This resolution was agreed to. Mr. Miles also reported back the bill to provide for the payment of officers acting under appointment from the commander of a department corps, division or brigade. Laid on the table and ordered to be printed. Also, the bill to provide for the appointme