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The Military Bill passed yesterday by the Senate is the same one, (with a few immaterial amendments,) that was introduced two weeks since by Mr. Douglas, from the Committee on Military Affairs. The House of Delegates may, by their action, entirely alter the character of the bill.
ernor, and members and officers of the General Assembly. Mariners liable to draft for naval service. The Senate bill was them taken up, entitled "An act to authorize a connection between the Richmond and Petersburg Railroad and the Petersburg Railroad in Petersburg." Considerable discussion took place respecting the provisions of the said bill, chiefly between Messrs. Collier of Petersburg, and Robertson of Richmond. The bill was informally laid over. Resolutions adopted. Mr. Douglas offered a resolution that the Committee on Roads and Internal Navigation be instructed to inquire into the expediency of authorizing the Covington and Ohio Railroad Company to exchange the bonds of this Commonwealth for Confederate States bonds, for the purpose of carrying on the construction of said road. By Mr. Finney: To instruct the Committee on Finance and Claims to inquire into the expediency of reporting a bill ordering a reissuing of coupon bonds in favor of Dr. Peter F. Brow