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shall seize the grain, still, &c., unless a competent bond is given by the distiller that he will desist. Adopted. Mr. Burke moved to amend further by providing for the prevention of the distillation of fruit as well as grain. Rejected. Mr. Wynne moved to amend by putting the bill in force on and after the 4th of March, and continue during the war, instead of from its passage. Mr. McDonald, of Logan, moved to amend the amendment by giving five days notice after the passage of the bill by both Houses. Mr. Wynne accepted ten days as a substitute, and the amendment was adopted. Mr. Bradford said that as it was evident that the bill was very incomplete, he moved to refer it to the Finance Committee. Mr. Baskerville proposed as a substitute that the bill be referred to the Finance Committee, with instructions to report a bill entirely to prevent the distillation of grain and to prevent its exportation from the Commonwealth. Rejected. Mr. Anderson, of Rockbr