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. B. Wooldridge and T. C. Howard, asking a reassessment of certain lands. An adverse report was also returned from the Committee of Propositions and Grievances, on the resolution to change the place of holding election in the Sperryville precinct of Rappahannock county. Agreed to. Petitions.--The following petitions were presented and referred: By Mr. Thompson, the petition of Geo. C. Bowyer, and others, asking to have refunded to them certain money paid by them as sureties, &c.; by Mr. Watson, the petition of citizens of Pulaski in reference to the Southwestern Turnpike; by Mr. Gilmer, of Pittsylvania, the petition of officers and volunteers composing Company "H," 101st Regiment Virginia Militia, praying to be relieved from attending regimental musters; by Mr. Rives, the petition of citizens of Surry for the formation of a rifle volunteer company; by Mr. Saunders, the petition of Henry R. Jones, for an increase of salary as Clerk of the Virginia Penitentiary. Resolutions.-