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The New Diorama. -- Lee Mallory's new exhibition, the Battle of Hampton Roads, is still on exhibition at Metropolitan Hall. The auditor enjoys views of Old Point Comfort, For tress Monroe, Rip Raps, Sewell's Point, New-port News, and the Federal ships destroyed by the gallant Virginia. One of the best things ever seen in its way, is an improvement on the ordinary stage-seas. The turbulent billows have an air of reality which gives one an impression that he is looking out upon a genuine sea of waters, through which the strange looking Virginia moves on and darts upon her victims.
resolved itself into secret session. The House, in secret session, took into consideration the subject of adjournment. The injunction of secrecy was removed, and it was stared that the House refused to adjourn. Impressment laws, Mr. Mallory (the House having re-opened) offered a resolution that a committee be appointed to take into consideration a change in the impressment laws of the Commonwealth. Committee--Messrs. Mallory, Hunter, Magruder, Green, and Newton. Mr. RivMessrs. Mallory, Hunter, Magruder, Green, and Newton. Mr. Rives desired to take up a bill concerning certain appropriations for the city of Petersburg. It having been considered in secret session the doors were closed. Injunction of secrecy. The house adopted a resolution removing the injunction of secrecy from the following resolution and report: Defences of Richmond. The following resolution was passed on yesterday and referred to in the report of yesterday's proceedings: "Resolved, by the General Assembly, That the General Asse