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he expediency of reporting a bill for the gra removal of free negroes in this Commonwealth, and to recommend the same action by the States, thereby removing from the Confederate States this injurious population. Mr. Nopkins, of Rockingham, presented a read to instruct the Committee on Banks to inquire into the expediency of so amending the charter of the Bank of Rockingham as to enable it to increase its continent fund twenty per cent. A resolution, offered by Mr. Wilson, of of Wight, in relation to supplying the people of that county with their quota of salt, after, several amendments and considerable discussion, was committee, to a special committee of seven. Mr. Mouldin, of Charlotte, called up the bill entitled "an act to limit the cultivation of tobacco and to increase the production of grain;" read the first time and ordered to a second reading. Mr. Beakerville offered a resolution that the Senators of Virginia be instructed, and the Representing requeste