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als.--Agreed to. Mr. Worsham offered a resolution having for its object the regulation by law of the charges of express companies on boxes and packages sent to soldiers in our armies. Adopted. Mr. Ambers offered a resolution inquiring into the expediency of compelling railroad companies, leading into the city of Richmond to transport wood when brought to their roads, and fixing the price for the transportation of the same. Agreed to. Mr. Valden offered a resolution, which was adopted, inquiring into the expediency of exempting from taxation all property listed by Commissioners which has been seized by the enemy. Mr. Mallory offered a resolution inquiring into the expediency of prohibiting by law any person from charging more than one dollar per pound for leather. Adopted. Mr. Lynn offered a resolution, which was adopted, having for its object the relief by exemption from taxation, for 1862, of the people of Prince William county. The House then adjourned.