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to correct the assessment of lands of A. S Wooldridge's estate, was taken up and rejected. Mr. Brannon moved that when the Senate adjourn, it adjourn to meet at 7 o'clock to night Agreed to. On motion of Mr. Wickham, the Senate adjourned. Night session. The Senate was called to order at 7 ½ o'clock, Lt. Gov. Montague in the chair. Rills Passed.--House bill amending the act concerning the Berryville and Charlestown Turnpike Company, House bill to amend the road laws of Brooke and Hancock counties; House bill authorizing payment to Wm. S. Jackson certain coupons; House bill to refund to Wm. H. Morton a sum of money; House bill for payment of a sum of money to J. W. Jones, Jailor of Frederick county; House bill to provide for the payment to the Richmond branch of the Exchange Bank for interest on lost coupons. The joint resolution for the suspension of a judgment against William Striation and Henry Farley, of Logan county, was taken up and lost for want of a c
s of Assembly; House bills amending and re-enacting an act passed March 22d, 1860, entitled an act to incorporate the Knob Turnpike Company, in the county of Washington, and incorporating the Hayter's Gap and Washington Turnpike Company; authorizing the County Court of Powhatan to correct an erroneous assessment of A. S. Wooldridge's land; releasing schr. Pauline from payment of line for violation of inspection law; paying to the Exchange Bank interest on lost coupons; amending road laws of Brooke and Hancock counties. Increasing Pay of Contractors.--Mr. Caperton offered a preamble and joint resolution, authorizing the Board of Public Works to increase the pay of contractors on the Covington and Ohio Railroad; in an amount not exceeding ten per cent., for all work done prior toJan. 1st, 1862, on account of the present state of affairs. The resolution provides "that the said increase shall constitute a part of, and be paid out of existing appropriations." Adopted. The Speake