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The Clerk announced a message from the Senate communicating the passage of several measures, already reported, among which was a resolution to provide more suitable accommodations for the Auditors of the Commonwealth. This resolution, Mr. Newton had understood, was passed by the Senate without any examination, and as its effect would be to remove the Register, Mr. Parker, from his present office apartment, he moved that it be referred to a select committee, which was agreed to, and the following committee was, appointed: Messrs. Newton, Tate, Nelson of Eluvanna, McDonald of Hamoshire, and Magruder. The Speaker announced the following as the committee on the part of the House, on the Senate joint resolution inquiring into the mode of filling vacancier in the two Houses of the General Assembly; Messrs. Hunter, Bouldin, Rutherfoord, McCamant, Baskerville, Burks, and Harrison. On motion of Mr. Anderson, of Botetort, Bill No. 13, reported on yesterday from the Military C