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The Senate bill transferring the State Line to the Confederate service, passed by the House of Delegates, was taken up, and House amendments there to concurred in. Bills Reported.--A bill to provide for voting by persons in the military service, and persons absent from their native counties and corporations on account of the presence of the public enemy, in elections for members of Congress, Governor, Lieutenant- Governor, and Attorney General. A bill to pay E. W. Canfield and Bragg for services as instructors of artillery. Reports of Committee.--The Committee of Finance and Claims reported adversely to the claim of Wm. W. Barker, of Washington county, for certain expenses incurred by him; also adversely to the claim of Mrs. Mary S Bagley for a condemned slave. The Committee on Military Affairs reported adversely to the resolution inquiring into the experiency of amending the act of January 30th, 1863, and asked to be discharged from the further consideration of t