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ject the election of certain State officers on the 6th of March, was postponed until the 20th inst. A message was received from the House of Delegates, by Mr. Anderson, of Botetourt, who informed the Senate that the House had passed a bill entitled "an act to suspend the work on the Kanawha river, and to authorize the applicastruction of such portions of them as are likely to fall into the hands of the enemy. Laid upon the table, without debate, and ordered to be printed. Mr. Anderson, Chairman of the Committee on Military Affairs, laid before the House a communication from Gen. Randolph, commanding at Suffolk, setting forth certain grave abuses practiced by a Board of Magistrates, under authority of the act enumerating the exemptions from militia service. Mr. Anderson also offered a resolution relative to so amending the act as to prevent the recurrence of said abuses. Adopted. Mr. Dunn offered a joint resolution proposing an adjournment sins die of the Gen