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owners by impressment for the public service, with amended so as to read, "a bill providing payment for horses taken in the service of the State;" and a bill providing for having an accurate list and record made of the military forces of Virginia.--The bill to remove lunatics confined in the Penitentiary to the Lunatic Asylum was, on motion of Mr. Christian, of Augusta, indefinitely postponed. resolutions to authorize the Governor to receive a light infantry company recently raised in Halifax county, was taken up and agreed to. The committee to whom was referred the charges against Cols. Bailey and Snyder, asked to be discharged from the further consideration of the subject because in expedient to legislate on the subject at this time. The committee to whom was referred a resolution of inquiry respecting the troops organized for the defence of the city of Richmond, reported on information derived from the Governor, that two regiments have been organized for the purpose indicated an
esolutions was one inquiring into the expediency of dispensing with the protest of bills and notes during the existing war. Joint resolutions were adopted, authorizing the Governor to accept Capt. Jno. C. Gregory's infantry company, raised in Halifax county, and appointing a joint committee to examine and revise the several acts passed by the General Assembly, in relation to organizing and bringing into the field the military forces of Virginia. Mr. Bouldin, from the Joint Committee on Exemptiourrence of that body in the foregoing resolution, and requesting that it be sent forthwith to the Governor. Also, that that body had agreed to a joint resolution, authorizing the Governor to receive into service a light infantry company from Halifax county. Also, that the Senate had passed a joint resolution authorizing the Governor to receive volunteer companies from counties which have furnished their quota to the requisition of the Confederate States, and asking the concurrence of the House