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from enrollment for service in the army of the Confederate States. Not agreed to. Mr. Dargan, of Ala., introduced a resolution to prohibit quartermasters and others from speculating. Referred to the Committee on Quartermaster and Commissary Departments, and ordered to be printed. Also, a bill for the relief of collectors and all receiving officers and agents of the Government.--Referred to the Committee of Ways and Means. The Speaker laid before the House a letter from Hon. J. P. Johnson of Arkansas, announcing his purpose to desist from any further contest for the seat now occupied by Hon. A. H. Garland. The letter was ordered to be entered upon the journal, and the Committee on Elections discharged from further consideration of the case. Mr. Clopton, of Ala., in introduced a resolution that the Committee on Quartermaster and Commissary Departments and Military Transportation be instructed to confer with the Secretary of War, and procure, if practicable, the est
increasing the per diem of the members of the next General Assembly, was taken up and adopted. The bill to amend and re-enact section 20, chapter 108, of the Code of Virginia, of 1860, relative to the duties of Commissioners of the Revenue, was taken up and passed. The death of James K. Marshall, Senator from Fauquier and Rappahannock, was announced in a few feeling remarks by his successor, Mr. D. J. Marshall. He offered resolutions, whose adopt on was moved by Mr. Carson and Mr. Johnson. The letter paid a glowing tribute to the memory of the deceased, who, he said, was estimable in all the relations of life. The resolutions, which read as follows were then adopted: Resolved, unanimously, That the Senate of Virginia deeply the death of James K. Marshall, who at the time of his decease, was a member of this body from the Senatorial district composed of Fauquier, and Rappahannock counties; and that we tender to his widow our sincere sympathies in this most bereave