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was, after a few fractious remarks by Messrs. Hopkins, Hunter, and Baskerville, agreed to. Mr. Buford submitted a resolution asking a select committee of five to consider the expediency of a flour inspection in the town of Danville. Mr. Newton submitted a resolution authorizing the Committee on Courts to inquire into the expediency of allowing executors, guardians, and other fiduciaries, in counties where Courts are not held because of the presence of the public enemy, to settle theito the expediency of allowing executors, guardians, and other fiduciaries, in counties where Courts are not held because of the presence of the public enemy, to settle their accounts in other counties. Agreed to. On motion of Mr. Mallory, Senate bill increasing the salaries of certain officers of the Government was taken up, read a third time, and rejected — eyes 3d, noes $7--it requiring a two-thirds vote to make it a law. On motion of Mr. Newton, the House went into court session.