inquiring what other roads are necessary to connect the Northwest with the said road and the Central road Agreed to.
Mr. Collier offered the following resolution which was agreed to:
Resolved, That the Committee on Agriculture and Commerce inquire into the expediency of authorizing the Governor to cause a tan yard to be established, according to the recommendation of the Commissioner whose report accompanies the Governor's message.
Resolutions of thanks to Generals Lee Johnston, and Jackson were adopted.
Mr. Armstrong introduced the following resolution concerning martial law.
Resolved, That a special committee of seven be appointed to inquire whether any legislation can be adopted by the General Assembly that will render unnecessary the further continuance of martial law in the city of Richmond and other places in the State.
Mr. Armstrong offered a resolution inquiring into the expediency of legislating to provide food and ra