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General Assembly of Virginia. Senate. Saturday, December 16, 1865. The Senate met at the usual hour; Mr. Trout, of Augusta, in the chair. Prayer by Dr. Minnigerode. By Mr. Robinson: "Resolved, That a joint committee of three on the part of the Senate and five on the part of the House be appointed to visit the Eastern and Western Lunatic Asylums, and institutions for the Education of the Deaf and Dumb and Blind, and examine into their condition and management." Passed. By Mr. Hannah: "Resolved, That the Committee of Courts of Justice be instructed to inquire into the expediency of providing by law to enforce the qualification of overseers of the poor after their election." Passed. Mr. Taliaferro offered a preamble and resolution to the effect that-- "Whereas Virginia had conformed to the forms and conditions required of her, that it is her right and duty to express regret and disappointment at having her members elect refused seats in the
Mr. Davis Visited by his old Richmond pastor. --The Fortress Monroe correspondent of the New York Herald is "authoritatively informed" that the Rev. Dr. Minnigerode, of Richmond, pastor of St. Paul's Church, of which Mr. Davis is a member, and which he generally attended during his residence here, has been permitted to spend a day in company with Mr. Davis: "The sacrament was administered to him, and everything done that could be, by his old religious teacher and adviser, through scriptural reading and prayer, to give him peace of mind and that cheerful content and resignation following the right kind of teaching and faith. During his imprisonment, Mr. Davis's only religious attendant and adviser has been the post captain, Rev. Mr. Cheevers, a most amiable and excellent man and worthy and devout clergyman. It was natural he should like to be attended by his old pastor, and no one will be inclined, I am sure, to blame him for asking the privilege of his attendance upon him