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f public service, he moved the unanimous adoption of the preamble and resolutions which had come from the House. Mr. Robertson, of the city of Richmond: I cannot permit the occasion to pass without saying a few words, to express my sense of thet is in consequence of my representing. this district that I felt it incumbent on me to make these few remarks. Mr. Robertson was followed by Mr.Collier of Petersburg, Mr. Dickinson of Prince Edward, and Mr. Isbell of Jefferson. We regret thacommittee on the part of the House, to carry out the object designated in the resolutions, consisted of Messrs. Beanoh, Robertson, Collier, Isbell, New. man, Johnson, and Wiley. After the announcement of the committee as above, the Senate adjou, which were unanimously adopted. [The resolutions will be found in our Senate report.] Eulcgles were afterwards pronounced by Mr. Robertson, of Richmond, and other. The Speaker then appointed the commit. too, and the House adjourned,