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idly, Bradford, and Jones, in defence of the bill. The bill was then laid on the table. Several bills were read a first and second time. The following resolutions of inquiry were referred to the appropriate Committees: By Mr. Jones: Of refunding to Robert C. Selden the tax paid by him on certain bonds due him in the State of New York. By Mr. James: Of reporting a bill to regulate by law the charges of Express Companies upon the different railroads of Virginia. By Mr. Robinson, of Berkeley: Of constructing a railroad from the town of Winchester, in the county of Frederick, to the town of Martinsburg, in the county of Berkeley, as a military necessity as well as a public convenience. By Mr. Baskervill: Of so amending the charter of Randolph Macon College as to authorize the institution of a military department. Mr. Ewing presented the petition of John H. Allen, praying that certain fines and damages paid by him as Sheriff of Lee county and by his secur
ith the trump of war and his men are eager for his presence. Gen. McCulloch should take better care of his fair good name and fame. Another Yankee Weeckly. The Newbern (N. C.) Progress, of the 7th inst., says: We received the pleasing intelligence yesterday that another Yankee steamer had gone ashore opposite Swansboro' or Cedar Point on Sunday night. We have not heard the particulars about it yet but may be able to give something more in our next, as Major Boon and Lieut. Colonel Robinson left yesterday to pay it a visit. A Busy scene. The Charleston Mercury, of the 7th instant, says: Our direct importers are not waiting for the blockade to be opened to begin their operations. Yesterday one of our city wharves presented quite an active scene, in consequence of the fine display of merchandise which covered the surrounding space, and which was being discharged from the splendid steamship Ella Warley, lately from foreign parts. The cargo consisted of E