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volunteers in the military service, and to other persons, was passed. On motion of Mr. Ball, the bill authorizing the organization of a regiment of Rangers, was taken up, and Mr. Ball offered as a substitute a bill authorizing the organization of regiments, not to exceed six regiments, which elicited considerable discussion, and was ordered to be engrossed. Mr. Nash moved to take up the bill in regard to the raising a State force as auxiliary to the Confederate force Lost. Mr. Spitler moved to take up the resolution fixing the time of adjournment. The yeas and nays on this were called for, and resulted — yeas 13, nays 2 . Senate bill to refund to Wm. M. Hume, Sheriff of Fauquier, damages paid by him as such, was taken up and rejected. Senate bill for the relief of Robert Shield, late Sheriff of the county of York, was laid on the table. Senate bill for the relief W. H. Goodwin and others, was passed — yeas 27, nays 1. A bill to redress loyal citize