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as received from the Executive officially communicating the death of Charles Blue, Superintendent of the Penitentiary, and warning the General Assembly that an election to fill the vacancy would be necessary before adjournment. Thereupon. Mr. Newton offered a joint resolution to the effect that the General assembly would enter into an election for the above purpose on Tuesday, the 24th inst., which was adopted and reported to the Home, the rules requiring joint resolutions to lie over bein The bill to provide for voting in camps by soldiers, and by refugees away from their respective voting places was taken up as the unfinished business, and discussed at some length. A motion to postpone the bill indefinitely was lost. Mr. Newton moved the previous question — that the bill be read a third time, in order to put it upon its passage. Mr. Douglass moved the recommittal of the bill to its committee, but the bill being put upon its passage was passed by a constitutional