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nts; also, an inventory of property on the various defensive works, &c. Laid on the table, and ordered to be printed. The President laid before the Senate a note from the President of the Norfolk and Petersburg Railroad, tendering to the officers and members of the Senate the courtesies of that road. Bills reported. Mr. Coghill, from the Committee on Courts of Justice, reported a bill to enforce payment of balances due from Commissioners of forfeited and delinquent lands. Mr. Logan, from the Committee on Genera Laws, reported a bill changing the names of the counties of Buchanan and Scott. Resolutions of inquiry. The various committees were instructed to inquire into the expediency of the following propositions: By Mr. Anderson: Of paying to R. W. Hundley the money due him as Superintendent of the Huntersville and Lewisburg turnpike. By Mr. Dickinson, of Prince Edward: On amending the charter of the Southside Railroad Company, so as to permit an al
o be printed. The Speaker appointed the following special committee: In reference to the treatment of Confederate prisoners in the Federal prisons at Columbus, Ohio: Messrs. Anderson, of Botetourt, Woodhouse, and Coleman of Fayette and Raleigh. To ascertain what judicial officers of the Commonwealth should not receive their salaries in consequence of disloyalty to the South: Messrs, Evans, McKinney, Green, Prince, Robinson of Berkeley, Dunn, Wooten, Laidley, Spady, McDonald of Logan, and Dabney. The bill to refund R. H. Maury $139.07, for taxes erroneously assessed in Nicholas county, was passed. The bill to reduce into slavery such emancipated slaves as shall have remained in the Commonwealth twelve months after such emancipation was passed. The bill to amend the act incorporating the Atlantic Steam Ferry Company, so as to extend the time which requires the company to run a vessel to Europe, was passed. The bill to authorize Hugh Dillard to erect a