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Note Bill Passed.--When the Senate adjourned on Saturday, it had under consideration the proposition of Mr. Paxtonto lay the bill authorizing the issue of Treasury notes on the table. The Senate refusing to lay on the table, Mr. Thomas, of Fairfax, proposed to amend by inserting $100 instead of $10, as the smallest amount for which the notes should issue. Mr. Douglass proposed $50, which was accepted by Mr. Thomas. Mr. August, Mr. Logan, &c., opposed the amendment, and Mr. Thomamissioners of forfeited and delinquent lands; Senate bill to incorporate the Rockbridge White Sulphur Springs Company. Laid on the Table.--The bill to incorporate the Parkersburg Bridge Company coming up on its third reading, Mr. Thomas, of Fairfax, opposed its passage, and offered a ryder thereto. Mr. Paxton moved to amend the ryder.--The bill, ryder and amendment were laid on the table. Call of the Senate.--A motion was made to adjourn, on which the ayes and noes were demanded.