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to exempt themselves from military service by the payment of $500 each. The following resolutions of inquiry were submitted: By Mr. Alderson: Of reporting a bill making an appropriation to purchase fuel and lights for the Governor's House. By Mr. Quesenberry: Of making some arrangement with the Confederate authorities by which a sufficient supply of flour and the necessaries of life may be secured to the citizens of the cities and towns of the Commonwealth free from impressment. By Mr. Spitler: Of so amending the act in relation to exemptions passed February 18, 1862, as to exempt Commissioners of the Board of Public Works from military duty. By Mr. Taylor: What legislation is necessary for the relief and comfort of Virginia soldiers now serving in the army of the Confederate States. Mr. Day offered a resolution that the Senate will, with the concurrence of the House of Delegates, adjourn on Tuesday, the 20th inst. Laid over under the rules. Mr. Dickinson made a stat