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lant and efficient services they have rendered in the field, has been re-opened under the most 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 andonnection. A bill providing for a connection between the Manassas Gap and Richmond, Fredericksburg and Potomac Railroads, was taken up as the unfinished business of yesterday, and Mr. Goehill proposed another amendment; when, on his motion, the bill was laid on the table and made the order of the day for to-morrow, (Thursday) Secret session. On motion of Mr. Robertson, the Senate went into secret session for the purpose of considering a communication from the House of Delegates.
rd of Visitors. Laid on the table and ordered to be printed. Mr. Anderson, of Botetourt, from the Committee on Military Affairs, reported a bill to reorganize the 17th and 28th brigades Virginia militia. Mr. Newton, from the Committee on Finance, made an adverse report to the claim of Francis Sutler, Sheriff of Campbell count. Mr. Lynn endeavored to call up the bill to release the securities of Thomas K. Davis; but the House refused to consider the bill. On motion of Mr. Robertson, of Richmond, the bill amending section 2d of chapter 22d of the Code, respecting persons exempt from military duty, was ordered to be re- committed, and leave was given to the committee to sit during the session of the House. Mr. Blue offered a resolution that, with the concurrence of the Senate, the House will proceed, on Thursday, the 20th inst., to the election of a Secretary of the Commonwealth, a Treasurer, an Auditor of Public Accounts, a Second Auditor, a Register of the Lan
ttman, a free negro, was arraigned at the instance of John D. Lowry, charged with stealing a pair of boots, about four weeks since. The evidence of guilt was wholly circumstantial. Complainant thought Pittman had done the deed, because nobody else had an opportunity. The latter said he could prove that at the time mentioned he was in Petersburg, with cattle belonging to Mr. Robertson. The Mayor said the case must be continued in order to allow Pittman to secure Mr. Robertson's attendance. ttman, a free negro, was arraigned at the instance of John D. Lowry, charged with stealing a pair of boots, about four weeks since. The evidence of guilt was wholly circumstantial. Complainant thought Pittman had done the deed, because nobody else had an opportunity. The latter said he could prove that at the time mentioned he was in Petersburg, with cattle belonging to Mr. Robertson. The Mayor said the case must be continued in order to allow Pittman to secure Mr. Robertson's attendance.