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proceeded to the consideration of the order of the day,) relative to the vote on the question of referring the action of the Convention to the people. It appears from this report that the whole number of votes cast were 145,697, of which 100,536 were cast for referring to the people, and 45,161 votes against, showing a majority of 55,375 votes for referring to the people. From the following counties no official returns have been received, viz: Buchanan, Cabell, Elizabeth City, Greene, Logan, McDowell, Upshur, Wise, Wyoming and York.-- Should the returns from the delinquent counties be received, the result of the vote will be reported. On motion of Mr. Haymond, the report was laid on the table. report on Coercive Measures. Mr. Treadway, from a special committee appointed a few days since, asked leave to submit the following report: The Committee to whom was referred a resolution with instructions "to inquire and report as speedily as practicable, whether any
March 6, 1861. Senate called to order at 11 o'clock. Prayer by the Rev. Mr. Moorman, of the Methodist Church. Richmond Street Railway--A communication from the House was read, announcing the passage of various bills — among them a bill amending an act passed March 20, 1860, authorizing the Council of Richmond city to construct railroads in its streets. On motion of Mr. Johnson, the rules were suspended, and the bill read a third time and passed. Bills Reported.--By Mr. Logan, incorporating the Oxford Cotton and Woolen Company; by Mr. Brannon, for the relief of John Ferguson, Sheriff of the county of Wayne; by Mr. Coghill, authorizing the sale of certain church property in the town of Moorefield. Mr. Johnson offered the following resolution: Resolved, That when the Senate adjourns to-day, it will adjourn to meet at half-past 10 o'clock tomorrow, and take a recess at half-past 1 o'clock till 7 o'clock P. M., and so on from day to day until otherwise o