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poned. In the House the Speaker submitted a communication from the Governor, having reference to the application from Lieutenant-General Ewell in respect to sundry persons sentenced by military courts. Quite a number of resolutions of inquiry were offered, among which the following are the most important: By Mr. Haymond, of Marion — Of so amending the laws concerning aliens as to make their position less desirable as property owners than their position as non-combatants. By Mr. Harris, of Rockingham — Of so amending the tax law of the State as to make all the issues of Confederate notes receivable in payment of taxes. By Mr. Woodley, of Upshur — Of inquiring into the expediency of opening a correspondence with other State Governments with a view to the establishment of a currency of State Treasury notes, by which Confederate Treasury notes shall be absorbed and superceded as a circulating medium. By Mr. James, of Botetourt — Of inquiring into the expediency of confis