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g a tabular statement of the condition of the banks for the month of January. Laid on the table, and ordered to be printed. Mr. Robertson, of Richmond, from the Joint Committee, reported a bill to amend section 2 of chapter 22 of the Code, respecting persons exempt from all military duties, and providing a mode of exemption; which was read a second time. On motion of Mr. Lynn, the House took up and passed a bill to release the securities of Thomas K. Davis, late sheriff of Prince William county, from payment of damages. On motion of Mr. Blue, the House took up and passed a bill compensating Norman C. Smoot and Thomas Caudy, commissioners of the revenue for the county of Hampshire, for service rendered. The following resolutions of inquiry into expediency were referred to the appropriate committees: By Mr. Bass--Of refunding to Dr. Henry C. Stevens, a license fee for which license, on account of his volunteering in the army, he has no use. By Mr. Jones--O
Fifty dollars reward. --I will pay the reward of fifty dollars for the delivery in Jail so that I get him, of my boy Moses, who ran off in July last, from Mr. Henry Massie, in Orange co., where he was hired. He has been seen since in Caroline, and also at Mr. P. A. Spotswood's, in Orange, where he has a wife. He has relations in Prince William county, near Manassas. He is about 25 years of age five feet 9 inches in height, of dark ginger-bread color, with good front teeth, a thick suit of hair, and eyes unusually red. My P. O. is Fredericksburg, Va. ja 22--1m Catlett Conway.