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, by long trial, to be heartily devoted to the cause of the South, so that none but such shall be trusted to take charge and be in command of posts of danger or of control, especially in the military serve, for the reason that we had already suffered enough from departures from that course," &c., and recommending the repeal of the tithing and impressment acts. The rules were suspended and the resolutions voted down — ayes1, noes 33. A bill amendatory of an act providing for the arrest of deserters, &c., by the civil authorities, was passed. Also, a bill for the relief of Wm. E. Prince, of Sussex county. Adjourned. In the House of Delegates there was no business transacted beyond the introduction of resolutions of inquiry into the expediency of certain measures. [After the adjournment of the House a meeting of the members was organized, the object of which was to tender a complimentary dinner to Governor Letcher upon his retiring from the Gubernatorial chair.]