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The Legislature. --In the Senate, Mr. Alderson offered a resolution to provide by law for the next meeting of the General Assembly on the first Monday in January next, which was agreed to. Mr. Guy reported a resolution upon the expediency of such legislation as will convert into productive channels the labor now employed in the manufacture of tobacco and other pursuits, which are not necessary to the public welfare. The order of the day, the bill to regulate prices, was taken up, and after considerable discussion was laid on the table and made the order of the day for tomorrow at 12 o'clock. The bill to authorize the arrest of deserters by the civil authorities was taken up and passed. The bill from the Committee on Military Affairs to provide for arming and equipping the militia was also passed. A number of other bills of minor importance were advanced on the calendar. In the House, the Senate bill to suppress gaming was taken up, and committed.