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the unfinished business of yesterday, (the resolutions of the gentleman from Rockbridge,) was now in order — the gentleman from Orange (Mr. Morton) being entitled toeasure to the discussions in this body. He regretted that the gentleman from Rockbridge, (Mr. Moore,) who was not in his seat, had not undergone a change of sentimenamed for not seeking the counsel of Virginia. He besought the gentleman from Rockbridge, and the gentleman from Rockbridge, and the gentleman from Bedford, not to blRockbridge, and the gentleman from Bedford, not to blame South Carolina and Mississippi, but to blame Virginia. If she had gone into counsel with them when they did seek it, the present calamities would have been avertould be insecure; nor would it be necessary, as assumed by the gentleman from Rockbridge, to keep a standing army on the border lines, but only a small force at the pminority. He proceeded to speak of the resolutions of the gentleman from Rockbridge, (Mr. Moore.) The first of those resolutions sets forth some of the grievance
militia law in Virginia. Referred to the Committee on Military Affairs. Bills Reported.--The following House bills were reported: Authorizing the sale of real estate belonging to Ebenezer Academy; authorizing the trustees of West Fork Meeting House to sell the same, and purchase and build on another site. Mr. Haymond, from Finance Committee, reported, without amendment, Senate bills for the relief of Samuel E. Lybrock, Sheriff of Giles, and for the relief of Hopkins and Campbell, of Rockbridge. Adverse Reports.--The Committee on Finance, through Mr. Haymond, reported adversely to the petition of Joseph Hagan, of Scott county, in relation to releasing him from taxes improperly charged. Mr. Yerby, from the Committee on Lunatic Asylums, presented an adverse report to a resolution inquiring into the expediency of increasing the salaries of any of the officers of the Lunatic Asylums of the State. Bank Relief.--No. 77, an engrossed bill for the relief of the Banks of the Co