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iency of the army will be better promoted by the enforcement of that penalty than by any State legislation; the second requesting the representatives from this State, in the Confederate Congress to support such enactments as may be deemed requisite at the next session to secure the enforcement of the articles of war to prevent and punish desertion. Under the rules these resolutions were laid over. A large number of resolutions of inquiry were introduced, among them the following: By Mr. Alderson: Of suppressing the sale of all goods, wares and merchandize at public auction during the present war. By Mr. Newton: Of securing a fair and just distribution of salt among the citizens of the Commonwealth. By Mr. Dickinson: Of amending the law in respect to exemptions, with a view of diminishing the number of exempts from military duty. By Mr. Newman: Of requiring the Banks of the Commonwealth to receive on deposit Confederate States Treasury notes. The joint resolution submitted