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thorizing the Governor, in order to carry out the provisions of existing laws, to contract with one or more persons for the manufacture and repair of arms at the Armory; fourth, suspending all loans or subscriptions to works of internal improvement until the General Assembly shall otherwise order.--Sundry bills were passed, among them bills "relative to the limitation of suits, so as to limit the right to make an entry, or bring an action to recover land west of the Allegheny Mountains," and House bill amending certain militia laws. In the House, bills were reported for organizing the Metropolitan Guard, of this city, and amending the charter of the Bank of Richmond. A resolution was offered by Mr. McCue, and adopted, declaring the Penitentiary to have been an incubus on the State Treasury for several years past, and directing a special committee to inquire into the expediency of hiring out the labor of the convicts to some contractor, who shall employ them in dressing granite f
d or actually subscribed in the mode prescribed by law, be, and the same are hereby suspended until the General Assembly shall otherwise order. Bills Passed.--House bill to incorporate the Virginia Lumber Company, in the counties of Augusta and Rockbridge; House bill amending and re-enacting the charter of the town of GuyandotHouse bill amending and re-enacting the charter of the town of Guyandotte, in the county of Cabell; Senate bill establishing an inspection of leather in the county of Hampshire, with an amendment from the House; Senate bill releasing the State's claim to the fine imposed on the schr. Virginia, for an alleged violation of the inspection laws; Senate bill to amend the first section of chapter 149 of the or bring an action to recover land west of the Allegheny mountains; Senate bill for the relief of Thos. M. Hundley, Commissioner of the Revenue for Matthews county; House bill amending certain laws respecting the military of the Commonwealth, so as to render them more efficient. On motion of Mr. Early, the Senate adjourned.