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substitute, in the form of a joint resolution, authorizing the Governor to detail for such specific duties as the exigencies of the war may require, the necessary number of persons for such duties,--which was opposed by Messrs. Collier, Buford, Cazenove, Bouldin, Robertson and others. Mr. Hunter, in his rejoinder, explained the difference between "exempting" and "detailing," finally withdrawing his substitute. The question then recurring on the original resolution, it was carried. A resod, iron and saltpetre, was taken up and adopted. The bill providing for the issue by cities, towns and counties, of notes of and under one dollar, was discussed in opposition by Messrs. Bass and Collier, and by Messrs. Robertson, James, and Cazenove in favor of the bill. Mr. McDonald moved to recommit, so as to modify the bill and allow the Banks of circulation throughout the Commonwealth, heretofore chartered by the General Assembly, to issue notes of and under the denomination of $1,