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hich was referred to the Military Committee; and another enclosing, a report from the Superintendent of the Penitentiary, which, without being read, was referred to the Committee on Penitentiary. The resolutions of inquiry offered were numerous, among them the following: By Mr. Lundy--Of giving to county and corporation Courts the power of impressing articles purchased for purposes of speculation, for the benefit of the indigent poor, at prices paid by the Confederate Government. By Mr. Worsham--Of exempting-from the license tax distillers of ardent spirits from molasses, cane or sorghum. By Mr. Walker, of Rockingham — Of inquiring into the expediency of selling the slave convicts in the State Penitentiary. By Mr. English--Of ascertaining the rates of toll on the York river railroad. By Mr. Haymond, of Braxton — Of enrolling the officers and students of educational institutions exempt from conscription into separate companies, so that they may be drilled and officered by memb