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General Assembly of Virginia. Monday, March 23 Senate--The body assembled at 10 o'clock. A. M. The President Lt. Governor Montague, in the chair. The House of Delegate resolutions transferring the prisoners captured by the State Line to the Confederate Government, except such held as hostages were received from that body and laid upon the table. The act to extend the line within which to institute proceedings for misdemeanors in counties, office and town in possession of or threatened by the public enemy, was received from the House taken up and passed. On motion, the vote by which the bill to incorporate the Old Dominion Landing Company of Richmond, was lost, was reconsidered, and the bill referred to a special committee of three, consisting of three members of the Senate, Messrs. Coghill, Frazier and Carson. A communication was received from the Executive officially communicating the death of Charles Blue, Superintendent of the Penitentiary, and warning th
Confederate States Congress. Monday, March 23. Senate--The Senate met at 12 o'clock M., Mr. Hunters of Va. in the chair. Prayer by Rev. Mr. Soleman of the Baptist church. Mr. Clay, of Ala introduced a bill in relation to the custody of persons charged with offences against the Confederate States. The bill provides that the committing magistrate shall place accused persons in the safest places of confinement, and remove those already committed should good reason exist. Mr. Clay introduced a bill to abolish supernumerary Commissaries and Quartermasters, the office of Regimental Commissary among other things being abolished. Referred to the Committee on Military Affairs. Mr. Sparrow offered a resolution which was agreed to, that the Committee on Post-Offices and Post Roads inquire into the expediency of providing for the transmission of foreign mail matter by the way of Matamoras and Havens, in such manner as may be deemed most practicable. A message w
Mayor's Court, Monday March 23d. --Henry Dowden, Jas Henry Dowden Feast, was required to give security for his good behavior, on the charge of forcing himself in the Theatre without a ticket and refusing to leave. Oliver, slave of the Confederate States and Allen, slave of Spotts & Harvey, were committed for trial on the charge of stealing a roll of Government cloth worth $90. The property was taken from a warehouse on Fourteenth street. Henry the Hustings Court, on a charge of obtaining by false pretences from John Giblot a pistol worth $75, and refusing to return the same. Wm Daly, a soldier with getting drunk and trespassing on E J Brump's promises, was sent before the Provost Marshal. The case in which Wm Bowen and Wm. While, soldiers, were charged with shooting Lewis Sweiger and Frederick Grope, was up and further continued, on account of the absence of Sweiger, one of the witness, who was unable to appear.