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continued session after the 25th instant, no man will submit to such decision more kindly than I shall. I think we should adjourn on that day, believing that all the essential interests of the Commonwealth will be subserved, that business will be dispatched; and, in addition to that, the interests of the tax-payers demand an adjournment of this body at an early day. I wish to record my vote for the adjournment, and all I ask is the privilege of recording my vote for the resolutions. Mr. Alderson said the best way to adjourn speedily was to fix a day therefore. If no day was fixed, the Legislature would go on interminably. Messrs. Duckwall and Yerby opposed the resolution offered by Mr. Coller. Mr. Martin,of Henry, moved to amend the resolution by striking out Monday, the 25th, and inserting Wednesday, the 27th inst. Mr. Witten offered to amend the amendment by substituting April 1st, for Wednesday, the 27th inst. The amendment was adopted and the question was