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nate there on entered an appeal from the President's decision, which was allowed, and the subject laid over till Monday. Mr. Thompson, of Dinwiddie, from the Committee on an Adequate Supply of Self, said he had been requested by the Committee to submit a resolution, and that the same be considered by the Senate with closed doors. The Senate then went into Executive session. In the House, the following bills were passed. A bill incorporating the Union Manufacturing Company of Fluvanna; a bill increasing the fees for keeping and supporting prisoners to sixty cents per diem, leaving it to the discretion of the county courts to fix the rates for the several counties between the minimum of 35 and the maximum of 60 cents per diem. A communication was received from the Governor, laying before the House a letter from Dr. E. W. Johns, Chief Engineer of the Confederate Government, recommending that certain distillers be allowed to distil whiskey from eye for the use of hospi