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Military. --Four companies of the First Regiment of Virginia Volunteers were at Fairfax Court-House on Monday evening, besides the Warrenton Rifles and five Cavalry Companies, viz.; Ball's, Chesterfield corps; Wickham's, (Hanover,) Prince William, Rappahannock and Black Horse Cavalry, of Fauquier. It was thought probable that Col. Maxcy Gregg's South Carolinians would take the place of the Richmond companies, and permit them to rejoin their Regiment at Manassas Junction.
ilroad between Strasburg and Winchester. This gave rise to the principal discussion of the day. It was participated in by Messrs. Conrad, Jas. Barsour, Scott of Fauquier, Harvey, Fisher, Morton, (who desired a secret session — but the intimation was generally scouted throughout the hall,) Borst, Goggin, Slaughter, and others. A ced by the State, to pay the duties on the iron purchased by said road, taking a mortgage on said road for the repayment of the sum so loaned. Mr. Scott, of Fauquier, submitted a resolution providing that the Committee on Military Affairs inquire into the propriety of vacating all commissions of militia officers in the Common, and delivered a patriotic and eloquent speech in favor of his motion. It was amended so as to make the adjournment sine die; but, on motion of R. E. Scott, of Fauquier, the whole subject was laid on the table. A resolution was, on motion of Mr. Woods, referred to a select committee of five, canceling all debts, bonds, &c.,