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to be published for general information; and that he also be requested to communicate the same to the Senate. Adopted. On mention, the Senate adjourned. In the House, the following bills were reported from the various committees; To increase the fees of tobacco inspectors; authorizing the city of Lynchburg to issue an additional number of their notes as a currency; to suppress the circulation of counterfeit notes in this Commonwealth; to incorporate the Rockingham Savings Bank; to incorporate the Pleasant Grove Mining and Manufacturing Company; authorizing the distillation of whiskey for the use of hospitals. The Speaker appointed the following committee, to act with a similar committee on the part of the Senate, to inquire into the character of the present session of the Legislature — viz: Messrs. Rutherfoord, Newton, Edmund, Green, and Minor. The House then went into secret session on the subject of salt. The injunction of secrecy will probably be removed to-day.