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ivered 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., of traitors to Virginia, though Mr. L. S. Hall thought that hemp would be a more proper remedy for such flagrant treason as the resolution comprehended. Mr. Goods, of Bedford, called up an ordinance authorizing County Courts to provide for the families of volunteers — to supply uniform and arms; which was adopted after undergoing several amendments, the principal of which was that the Banks of the State are authorized to purchase such bonds as said courts may issue, or have heretofore issued for this purpose. Mr. James Barbour moved that the injunction of secrecy be removed from an ordinance adopted yesterday in secret session. Be it ordained, That the
, gives us the following narration of a skirmish which took place about 6 o'clock on Monday evening, a few miles from that locality. Mr. H. was himself a participant in the affair, and his statement may therefore be relied on: On Sunday morning, Col Gregg received orders to go out on a reconnoitering expedition. He took with him 600 South Carolinians accompany of Kemper's Artillery and two companies of cavalry, including 45 of Capt Bali's Chester company and Capt. Terry's company, of Bedford. he started at 8 o'clock A. M. They remained Sunday night at a place called Dranesville. On Monday morning Col. Gregg, with a detachment of cavalry, went 48 miles down to the Potomac river to make observations. They remained in the vicinity about an hour, and distinctly say tents and men on the Maryland side. They judged there were about 300 men encamped at that point. Col. Gregg afterwards returned to Dranesville, formed his command into column and marched down the road to a place