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selections from the latest Northern papers which have been received. We shall see a glorious nation, a restored Constitution. We shall see a liberty in whose bright say Georgia and Massachusetts will shelf hands that never shall be separated again. These is love to be raked open yet. Now there is fierce of but there shall come concord, fellow and union; and when this comes we shall have that no foreign influence can break and shall over mar again. The Boston Liberator (Wm. Lloyd Garrison's paper) is not so well satisfied with it The objectionable features of the proclamation are its a vowed readiness to return to bloody stripes and horrible torture and lifelong (if he be not killed outright) any hunted man on the mere oath of the villain claiming him that he is loyal to the Government; its seemingly contradictory talk (for the first portion of it is a characteristic jumble of words) about emancipating the slaves of January. thus sufficient to enable Jeff. Dav
uthorize the County Courts to dispense with enclosures in certain other counties, was taken up and passed. Mr. Rutherford, from the Committee for Courts of Justice, presented a report adverse to the resolution granting amnesty to citizens of Virginia who have taken the oath of allegiance to the U. S. Government. On motion of Mr. Blus, the Senate joint resolution to establish a tan ard in connection with the State's prison, was referred to the Committee on the Penitentiary. Mr. Garrison offered the following preamble and resolution, which were adopted. Whereas, information has been received that Adam Small, a member of this House of Delegates, from the county of Berkeley, and Matthew Harrison, a member of the said House, from the county of Loudoun, have been captured by the enemy and are now confined in prison: Therefore. Be it Resolved by the House of Delegates, That the Governor of the Commonwealth be instructed to communicate to the President the fact of the