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on all questions that may arise on the Convention tion bill now pending in this House be restricted to 3 minutes by any one speaker, when they shall be put to the voand mining purposes; by Mr. Davis, of allowing John W. Murrill to withdraw from House flies his petition presented at the last session praying to be released from thney erroneously assessed against him, and paid; by Mr. Leftwich, of withdrawing House bill amending the 1st section, 58th chapter of the Code of Virginia, and referre either by levy, sale of lands or otherwise; by Mr. Baskervill, of withdrawing House bill of last session, providing for an increase of the capital stock of the Roaated the question, Mr. Kemper rose and said: Before the final vote of this House is recorded, I shall say a few words, almost in the nature of a personal explan the other end of the Capitol; knowing the impossibility of amending it in this House now, in view of the facts, obvious to all, that better action cannot now be had