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he Commonwealth was taken up and, on motion of Mr. Burks so amended as to assess the compensation for the purposes indicated at a sum not less than thirty five cents nor more than one dollar and a quarter for each prisoner in their charge. Mr. Wynne moved a proviso that the Hustings Courts of Richmond, Petersburg, and Lynchburg, be allowed, in their discretion, to increase the maximum allowance to two dollars. Mr. Forbes moved to amend the proviso so that the excess above $1.25 should be paid by the respective corporations. The proviso as amended was adopted. Mr. Wynne asked leave to withdraw his proviso, which was, after a brief discussion, granted. Mr. Hopkins, of Petersburg, moved that the proviso and its amendment be at least applied to that city; which was agreed to by the House. The bill as amended was then passed — ayes 67, nose 7. A message was received from the Governor, enclosing a letter from Adjutant General Richardson refuting certain imput