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d the Virginia Steam Sugar Refinery Company, at Rocketts. Among the resolutions were the following: For relieving the Orange and Alexandria Railroad from payment of taxes and interest on loans made by the State in its behalf; providing more efficient police regulations for the watering places of the Commonwealth; for establishing a branch Bank at Liberty, Bedford county, and for incorporating a Fire-Arms Manufacturing Company near Lynchburg. The joint resolution for an adjournment till February 18th was indefinitely postponed. The bill to relieve the various schemes of internal improvement from injurious competition, was referred to the Committee on Roads. In the House, bills were reported for imposing taxes for the support of Government, and authorizing the South-Side Railroad to build a branch road. The bill making an appropriation for the removal of the remains of Gen. Lee was read the second time, and the bill for the temporary relief of the Banks of this Commonwealth, ex
tiary; by Mr. Wickham, for appointing a committee to report a bill to incorporate the Virginia Steam Sugar Refinery, in the county of Henrico--(the committee was appointed and a bill reported;) by Mr. Dickinson, of Grayson, that so much of the Governor's Message as refers to the Penitentiary be referred to the joint committee thereon, with instructions to report. (See bills reported.) The joint resolution proposed by Mr. Thomas, of Henry, on yesterday, for an adjournment till the 18th of February, was called up, when Mr. Paxton moved to indefinitely postpone, which was adopted — yeas 20, nays 19. Bill to relieve the internal improvements of the State from injurious competition, from the Finance Committee, was then taken up. Mr. Paxton objected to the bill. Mr. Claiborne offered a substitute. On motion of Mr. Paxton, the bill was ordered to be referred to the Committee on Roads, &c. The bill for the relief of John W. Murrill, of Lynchburg, was laid o