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and services of the subject of the resolutions. It was evident that in the tributes that were thus paid, it was the aim of the several speakers to rest the merits of the distinguished statesman upon the single and appropriate language of justice and truth. The committee nominated on the part of the Senate to meet the committee 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 adjourned. House of Delegates. Saturday, Jan. 18, 1862. The House met at 12 o'clock, Mr. Collier in the Chair. Prayer by Rev, Dr. Moore. The Speaker pre tem presented to the House a communication from the Governor. [See Senate proceedings.] Mr. Barbour arose and after a few suitable remarks presented a series of joint resolutions in reference to Mr. Tyler's death, which were unanimously adopted. [T