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tion, which was adopted, that so much of the Governor's message as relates to the removal of slaves from districts occupied or threatened by the enemy be referred to a special committee. The Chair appointed on the committee Messrs. Harrison, Minor, Bouldin, Gilner, and Grattan. Mr. Woodfolk called up the resolution 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 todoption of the House resolutions for the appointment of a Committee on the State of the Country; upon which the Speaker named the following gentlemen to compose the committee on the part of the House: --Messrs. Newton, Bouldis, Rutherfoord, Tate, Minor, Treadway and Pallory. Mr. Newton offered the following preamble and resolutions, which, on his motion, were referred to the Committee on the State of the Country. [See evening session, Senate proceedings] On motion of Mr. Woolfolk, th