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ttees: Committee on Finance, Mr. Green; Banks. Mr. Small; Roads and Internal Improvements, Mr. Sheerard; Courts of Justice, Mr. Robinson, of Berkeley. The bill amending section 12 of chapter 77, in relation to church property, so as to introduce the clause--"such trustees shall not hold more than two acres in any incorporated town, nor more than one hundred out, exclusive of church and burial ground," was passed. The bill authorizing the sale of a slave named Richard, to John Washington, of Caroline county, which slave has been found guilty of larceny at the Hustings Court of Richmond, provided the said Washington sends him beyond the limits of the State, was passed. Several bills were carried through the preliminary stages. A communication was read from the Governor, enclosing papers from the Secretary of War and Gen. Winder relative to the capture of certain negroes near Centreville, who had been holding communication with the enemy. Referred to the Commit