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Complimentary benefit --Mr. Lee Mallory will give a complimentary benefit, on Tuesday evening next, at Metropolitan Hall, to the Randolph Cavalry, a company which has been raised in this city within the last month, and is attached to Col. H. C. Pate's regiment. A number of horses are wanted, and the proprietor of the "War Illustrations" comes forward and generously devotes the receipts of a night to that purpose. We hope the house will be densely crowded. The company, which is named after the Secretary of War, is commanded by Capt. McNary Hobson.
n offered by him on yesterday, fixing the time for the adjournment of the present session of the Legislature upon Saturday, the 10th inst.--Objection was made by Mr. Jones to its consideration, on account of the absence of several committees. Mr. Mallory called for the ayes and noes upon the question of taking up. Mr. Woodfolk, in deference to the absent members, said that he would withdraw the motion for the present. Mr. Mallory, however, insisted, and the motion to take up was defeated by aMr. Mallory, however, insisted, and the motion to take up was defeated by ayes 23, noes 37. Mr. Wright presented a petition from H. R. Boggs, and others, praying for a modification of the laws suppressing distilleries; which was laid upon the table. The bill, reported on yesterday, prescribing the effect of a judgment against a dedicated person, in favor of the Commonwealth, was taken up from the calendar and passed. Mr. Woolfolk, offered a joint resolution that "the Governor be authorized and instructed to grant a commission to Major Gen. John B. Floyd