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pital officer and brave man, the regiment evinced a proficiency in drill and a soldierly bearing which would reflect credit upon the veteran regiments of France. Gen. Floyd was evidently greatly gratified by their appearance as they passed in review. Colonel Hanson will make a figure with his regiment wherever he engages the enemy. Mark that! When we will leave this place, is unknown to me. I get no Dispatch, and hear nothing from Virginia except through the Nashville papers. The election of Mr. Hunter to the Senate gives great satisfaction, as does also that of Mr. Preston. Since the death of Mr. Tyler, the impression is universal that Hon. Thos. S. Bocock will be elected Speaker of the House without serious opposition.--His elevation to a post for which he is so excellently well qualified will be a suitable recognition of the consistent record of Mr. Bocock, and an appropriate tribute to Virginia, whose sacrifices for this war are already matters of history. Occasional.
amend the ordinance of the Convention providing for the enrollment and employment of free negroes in the public service. Mr. Prince proposed several amendments, which were adopted, and the bill was ordered to its engrossment. On motion of Mr. Hunter, the rules were suspended, so as to take up and consider the bill to provide for the construction of a railroad for military purposes, connecting the Manassas Gap Railroad, at or near the town of Strasburg, with the Winchester and Potomac Railreveral amendments, which were adopted, and the bill was ordered to its engrossment. On motion of Mr. Hunter, the rules were suspended, so as to take up and consider the bill to provide for the construction of a railroad for military purposes, connecting the Manassas Gap Railroad, at or near the town of Strasburg, with the Winchester and Potomac Railroad, at or near the town of Winchester. Mr. Hunter presented a substitute to the bill, which substitute was read by the Clerk. Mr.