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after on Tuesday, and permitting pistols to on fired them, some, required to give security — Case of of Mary J. Shellings, for a calling one skirmish and contents, valued at $70, from Messrs. J. K. Hockady &Co., sent so jail for further examination.--Geo. Annaner and Wm. Rose, charged with robbing McGracy of money on the highway, were for on, the writings not appearing. --Henry. Slave of the Danville Ranroad, was committed for examination on the charge of evenning $600 in bank notes and $1,375 in Confederate Treasury notes or checks, belonging to Lewis Jones. The robbery was performed in the train.--Edward, slave of Dr. Polard, was punished for having a forged pass.--Thos. Ronald was committed in default of surety for assaulting Calving Davideon in the street. The leader was committed for being in the street drunk and unable to take care of himself.--McFourth Kealsey was committed in default of security for making sanguinary threats against William F. Autsieau, a resident of
b. 21, 1862. House met at its usual hour. Prayer by Rev. James A. Duncan. The Journal of yesterday was read, when Mr. Smith, of Virginia, announced that the committee appointed to wait upon the President and inform him of the organization of Congress, had discharged that duty, and that a communication from the Executive might be expected after the inauguration to- morrow. Messrs. Garnett,of Virginia, and Smith, of Alabama, appeared and qualified as members of the House. Mr. Jones, of Tennessee, moved a reconsideration of the vote by which the report of the Committee on Rules was adopted; and also moved to amend said report by making the committees, which consist of seven members, to consist of nine members each. Motion agreed to. Mr. Foote, of Tennessee, had understood that something he had said in his remarks yesterday had been construed into an intention to reflect upon the late Provisional Congress. He disclaimed any such intention. A message was rec
of Mr. Collier. who offered a substitute to the resolution, that the House proceed at 12 o'clock to-morrow to fill the vacancies declared to be existing in the body. After considerable debate, in which Messrs. Collier, Anderson and Green participated, the previous question was demanded and the substitute rejected by a vote of eyes and noes — eyes 12, noes 82. The question then recurring upon the original report, it was, after slight debate, adopted my a vote of eyes and noes, as follows — eyes 52, noes 41. Mr. Bradford called up the bill to provide for the payment of interest to loyal citizens on certain bonds guaranteed by the Commonwealth. Adopted. The Maryland line. Mr. Jones called up a bill authorizing Maryland Volunteers, who re- enlist in Virginia troops, to be transferred to Maryland regiments. Adopted. The bill authorizing the Governor to organize and call out certain military forces, was made the order of the day for to-morrow. Adjourned