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The Daily Dispatch: March 28, 1862., [Electronic resource], House of Delegates. Thursday, March 27, 1862. (search)
ted them upon condition that they pay $500 such into the Treasury, and 2 per cent, ten on all their property. It was resolved that evening sessions shall hereafter be held from 7½ o' clock till the Legislature shall adjourn standle. Judge Pitts. A communication was read from Judge Pitts, denying the charges preferred against him for disloyalty. It was laid on the table. The House passed with a ryder the Senate bill to suspend sales and legal proceedings in certain cases, anwas read from Judge Pitts, denying the charges preferred against him for disloyalty. It was laid on the table. The House passed with a ryder the Senate bill to suspend sales and legal proceedings in certain cases, and to repeal the ordinance of the State "providing against the sacrifice of property and suspending legal proceedings in certain cases," which was passed on the 30th April, 1861, by the Convention. A variety of unimportant bills were considered, rejected, and laid over.