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r. Crane, the petition of Jacob W. Marshall and 4 others praying the passage of a bill transferring the Huttonsville and Huntersville Turnpike to the counties through which the road passes — referred to the Committee on Roads; by Mr. Bentley, the petition of certain officers and privates of the 57th Regiment of Virginia Militia, asking compensation for certain companies of said regiment for services rendered by them during the John Brown raid — referred to Committee on Military Affairs; by Mr. Morris, the remonstrance of James Garvin and others, against the repeal of the Road law in Marshall county--referred to Committee of Propositions and Grievances; by Mr. Robertson, the petition of the field and staff officers of the 4th Regiment of Cavalry, for the removal of the remains of General Henry Lee--referred to the Committee on Military Affairs. Resolutions.--The following resolutions of inquiry into expediency were presented and referred: By Mr. Harrison, of refunding to A. F. Lind
Serious Fall. --A young man named Morris, employed at the store of Messrs. Thomas, Hughes & Caldwell, Pearl street, accidentally fell through a hatchway in the building occupied by that firm, on Monday, and received very severe injuries. He was taken to his home, where medical assistance was called in, and he was improving yesterday.