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Mr. Wilson, of Isle of Wight, offered a resolution, which was adopted, inquiring into the expediency of making some appropriation to relieve the necessities of the poor and destitute of our citizens in those sections of the State which have been overrun by the public enemy. Mr. James introduced a resolution inquiring into the expediency of allowing distillers of whiskey from rye only, to distil by special contract with the Government for the supply of hospitals.--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 exp