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Levers at the Governor's mansion. We understand that Gov. Smith will have a public reception at the Executive mansion this evening, commencing at 8 o'clock, and each Friday evening hereafter at the same hour.
The Legislature. Senate.--Edwin L. Moore, Senator elect from the 31st Senatorial district of Virginia, sent in his resignation yesterday, which was selected, and a writ of election ordered for the immediate filling of the vacancy. Several resolutions of a private nature were adopted, after which the Senate adjourned. House.--A quorum of members appearing in their seats yesterday, Gov. Smith's inaugural address was received, tabled, and the usual number of copies ordered to be printed. A communication from Auditor Bennett, furnishing certain statistical information, was ordered to be printed. Several resolutions of inquiry were adopted. Also, a preamble and resolutions denouncing the present system of impress ments, and providing for sending the agents into the field. A bill enlarging the powers and privileges of the Virginia Military Institute was passed. Adjourned.