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resolution, proposed by Mr. Finney, was laid over under the rules: Resolved by the General Assembly of Virginia, That by allowing the Federal flag to be raised on the Capitol of Virginia, that State denies the right of the seceding States their position. Bills Passed.--Senate bill refunding to Moses G. Booth, damages paid by him as surety of Samuel S. Turner, late sheriff of Franklin county; Senate bill for the relief of Thomas L. Jordan, of Wayne county; Senate bill to distribute Mayo's Guide to Coroners; Senate bill for the relief of Samuel E. Lybrock, of Giles county; House bill releasing the Commonwealth's claim to a certain island in Chesapeake bay to Edmund J. Paulson; Senate bill for the relief of M. C. Hall, late Sheriff of Lewis county, and his securities; Senate bill for the relief of Webb & Adams; Senate bill for the relief of Thomas Nichols; Senate bill to authorize railroad companies to appoint police agents. On motion of Mr. August, the order of the day,
Unwarrantable demonstration. --John Head was brought before Mayor Mayo, on Saturday, for assaulting and beating Sarah Melton, in a public street, in the night time, for which he was sent on to appear before the Grand Jury to answer an indictment.
The Legislature. In the Senate, on Saturday, bills were reported to incorporate the Virginia and Ohio Telegraph Company, and to provide books of instruction for the military officers of the State. Sundry resolutions of inquiry were offered. A joint resolution (which lies over) was offered, to the effect that in raising the Federal flag over the Capitol the State denies the right of secession. A number of bills were passed; among them bills for the distribution of Mayo's Guide to Coroners, and authorizing railroad companies to appoint police agents. The bill for the purchase of ordnance and material, from the proprietor of Bellona Arsenal, was made the order of the day for next Thursday. The bill for the relief of the Banks was passed, with sundry amendments. A number of acts of incorporation were reported in the House. A resolution was adopted calling on the Auditor for information as to State indebtedness, and the amount of specie necessary to be contributed by the Ba