chmond and Liverpool Packet Company; amending and re-enacting the charter of the town of Guyandotte, in Cabell county; for the relief of the administrator of John W. Moore, late Sheriff of Jefferson county; for the relief of Richard H. Horner, of Fauquier county; amending the 39th chapter of the Code, concerning taxes on Bank dividends, collateral inheritances and taxes on suits and seals; for the relief of the securities of Wm. Parris, late Sheriff of the county of Appomattox; releasing Oscar H. Tate from the payment of a fine imposed by the judgment of the Circuit Court of Harrison county; incorporating the Meadville Manufacturing Company; changing the names of the Lunatic Asylums — that at Williamsburg to the Eastern Lunatic Asylum, that at Staunton to the Central Lunatic Asylum, and that at Weston to the Northwestern Lunatic Asylum.
Coercion Resolutions of the Ohio Legislature. The Speaker laid before the House the following communication from Gov. Letcher, which was accompan