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Army of Virginia, and proposed an amendment, the object of which, he stated, was to conform the bill with the present regulations of the Confederate States army. The amendment was adopted and the bill passed. On motion of Mr. Anderson, of Botetourt, the House bill for the organization of ten or more companies of rangers of the hundred men each, with proposed Senate amendments, was taken up. Mr. Anderson explained that the bill contemplated raising the companies from actions of the St opposed to asking favors of Lincoln and his party; and if we are going to bow to the Yankees every time our property is in danger, we'll never achieve our independence. The amendments of the Senate were concurred in. Mr. Anderson, of Botetourt, called up the bill authorizing field artillery to be made, and small arms to be purchased, for the defence of the State, and appropriating $100,000 for that purpose. Mr. Barbour was opposed to the lavish expenditure of the public money at