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delivered on the railroad cars at Sallytale, in sacks or barrels, at the rate of fifty pounds to the bushel, at the price of $2.33 per bushel; the firm of Scott & Co. giving bond, with security, in the sum of $200,000 for the faithful performance of the contract.] The resolutions submitted by the Committee on Schools and Colleges, at the morning session, expressive of the appreciation of Virginia for the women of the State were taken up and, after a brief but appropriate eulogy from Mr. Worsham, unanimously passed. On motion of Mr. Barbour, the resolution of the Senate extending the session until the 23d instant was taken up. Mr. Mallory moved to amend the resolution by inserting the 19th inst., which was agreed to. So that if the Senate concur in the amendment the present session of the Virginia Assembly will terminate on Thursday next, 19th of March. On motion of Mr. Treadway, the bill for the relief of certain persons engaged in the distillation of fault was ta