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The Legislature. The Senate, yesterday, agreed to the amendments adopted by the House to Senate joint resolution in regard to the removal of Federal troops and arms across the soil of Virginia.-- Messrs. Carter, Wickham, Marshall, Johnson, H. W. Thomas, Carraway, Stuart, McKinney and Townes, entered a written protest against the passage of the resolution, but the Senate refused to spread the same on its journal. A substitute for the Covington and Ohio Railroad bill was agreed to. The House agreed to Senate amendments to the General Appropriation Bill. The bill imposing taxes for the support of Government was debated. The House agreed to Senate joint resolution continuing the session till the 4th of April.
e bill for the relief of the Covington and Ohio Railroad was then taken up and considered. A substitute, offered by Mr. Wickham, was adopted, and the bill laid on the table. The resolutions in regard to the "big gun" to be moved through Virginia, with the amendments of the House, were then taken up and agreed to. Mr. H. W. Thomas presented a protest against the passage of the resolutions into a law, signed by Messrs. Carter, Wickham, Marshall, Johnson, H. W. Thomas, Carraway, Jr., Stuart, McKenney, and Townes. Messrs. Brannon, Neeson, and Coghill, objected to the protest being spread upon the journal of the Senate, because it was a protest against the action of the House of Delegates, and not against an action of the Senate. Mr. Thomas defended his position in reply. The Senate refused to permit the protest by a vote of ayes 7, noes 26. Covington and Ohio Railroad.--Mr. Wickham's substitute to the Covington and Ohio Railroad was agreed to, and the bill au