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itors allowed to examine the whole fortification to their heart's content. On our return to the Hygeia Hotel, we found a most bountiful repast spread by Mr. Joseph Segar. Here, after eating and drinking freely, toasts were drunk, and speeches made by Governor Letcher. Wm. F. Gordon Jr., and several others. About 4 o'clos of respect and attention shown us during our visit to that Fort. Resolved, That our thanks are likewise due, and are hereby tendered, to Messrs, Willard and Segar, proprietors of the Hygeia Hotel, for their handsome collation prepared for us. Resolved, That the Secretary be requested to present copies of these resolutiothe President and officers of the Richmond and York River Railroad; to the officers of Fortress Monroe and the proprietors of the Hygeia Hotel, Messrs. Willard and Segar. Resolved, That the Secretary furnish copies of the proceedings and resolutions of this meeting to the Richmond Dispatch and other papers, for publication.