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Mr. Armstrong introduced a resolution referring to the Committee on Finance and Claims to inquire into the expediency of refunding to Charles Green a license tax not used by him, he having joined the army.--Referred. Mr. Christian, of Augusta, of referring to the Committee on Roads and Navigation the Governor's Message in relation to the completion of the Central, and the Covington and Ohio, and other railroads. Referred. Mr. Ball presented a memorial of certain citizens of Loudoun county, petitioning for an alteration of the law in regard to trials of detinue and unlawful detainer, and also for the trial of causes of which Justices of the Peace have jurisdiction. Engrossed for a third reading. A bill entitled an act to provide a medal of distinction for such of the volunteers now in service as may re-enlist in the service of the Confederate States. A bill appropriating ten thousand dollars to the Virginia Military Institute. A bill to authorize a conne