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town of Luray. Adopted. By Mr. McKenney--Committee on Military Affairs — To report a bill exempting from Military duty the overseers of infants, unmarried women and non-residents. Adopted. By Mr. Baker--To provide for the punishment of railroad engineers and other employees for such acts of gross negligence and willfulness on their part as result in the destruction of life and property. Adopted. By Mr. Collier--Committee on Finance — Petition of Reub. Raglan. Adopted. By Mr. Woodhouse--Committee on Privileges and Elections — To authorize the Clerks of both branches of the General Assembly to administer the oath of office to the members of their respective bodies. Adopted. By Mr. Baker--Committee on Courts of Justice — To extend the time now prescribed by law for the redemption of all lands which have been sold for taxes, and now in the hands of the enemy. Adopted. House Bills. A bill to establish a connection between the Richmond and Fredericksburg Railro