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satisfactory circumstances. The number of cadets at this time exceeds two hundred and fifty. Respectfully, John Letcher. Bill reported. Mr. Robertson, from the Committee for Courts of Justice, reported a bill to extend the time for the exercise of certain civil rights and remedies. Bills passed. House bill to constitute a corps more effectually to collect the arms of the State and Confederate States not in actual service. House bill compensating Norman C. Smoot, Thomas Jones, and James Candy, Commissioners of the Revenue for the county of Hampshire, for services performed, was, on motion of Mr, Armstrong, taken no and passed. House bill to amend and re-enact an ordinance to provide for the enrollment and employment of free negroes in the public service, with amendments. Railroad connection. A bill providing for a connection between the Manassas Gap and Richmond, Fredericksburg and Potomac Railroads, was taken up as the unfinished business of yes
killed him. It will ever be a pleasure to record the bravery of Col. Anderson and Capt. Wise--Nobly and well did they breast the shock of the encounter, despite the fury of the battle. And to our brave troops must be accorded all the honors of the soldier. Side by side with their gallant commanders, they fought with unflinching courage. And to those noble spirits slain, history will not be silent — Though dead, the memory of their deeds is embalmed in every Southern heart. Lieutenants Jones and Haslett, of the Rangers, are captured. Lieut. Wise, of Wise's Legion, arrived in our city yesterday. Commissary's Sergeant Rice, of Col. Shaw's regiment, was captured. Capt. Cole was shot through the head and died instantly. Gen. Wise is safe and recovering from his illness Major Huff is supposed to be captured. About sixty escaped of our men, the rest were either taken prisoners or killed. Five of the Rangers escaped, four are with Gen. Wise--two sergeants, one corporal, and