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rred to the Committee on Finance. The bill compensating E. J. Buckwater and Wm. H. Pate, for keeping certain negro convicts in the county of Bedford, was passed. The following resolutions of inquiry into expediency were referred to the appropriate committees: By Mr. Taylor: Of making South Anna river, from Bush Creek Ford to its junction with the North Anna, in the county of Hanover, a lawful fence. By Mr. Hopkins--Of incorporating Liberty Hall Academy, in the county of Rockingham. By Mr. Robertson, of Berkeley: Of providing by law "for the trial of criminal cases by juries of a vicinage other than that in which the offence is charged to have been committed when a trial in such vicinage cannot be conveniently had by reason of the presence of the public enemy, or the prevalence among the people therein of sentiments unfriendly to the enforcement of public justice"--as authorized by the Convention. The bill to provide for the construction between the Orange