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withdrawn. Mr. Robinson offered the following: "Resolved. That so much of the Governor's message as applies to the Penitentiary, the Deaf and Dumb and Blind and Lunatic Asylums, be referred to the Committee on Public Institutions." Agreed to. Mr. Robinson also offered the following: "Resolved. That the Committee on Public Institutions be, and they care hereby, instructed to inquire into the late Armory, with power to send for persons and papers." On motion of Mr. Strother, a bill authorizing the Auditor of Public Accounts to pay claims of public officers in certain cases was taken up and passed unanimously. The following bills were received from the House of Delegates: An act to provide for the liabilities of the Lunatic Asylum at Staunton, incurred prior to the 1st July, 1865. Taken up and passed unanimously. An act to amend the charter of the Midlothian Coal-Mining Company and to extend the duration of the same. The Senate agreed to the H