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The Legislature. --In the Senate a message was received from the Executive relative to the removal of the machinery of the Virginia Armory, or a portion of it, during the threatening of Richmond in the summer of 1862. A letter from the Secretary of War, accompanying the message, says only a small portion was removed, and that to Macon, Ga. The subject was referred to a select committee of five--Messrs. Douglas, Logan, Peters, Newton, and Ball. Mr. Collier introduced two bills--one to incorporate the Home Insurance Company of Petersburg, and the other the Southern Savings Insurance Company, of the same place. Mr. Bruce introduced a resolution relative to Government impressments, asking a conference with the Confederate authorities with the object of making impressments more equitable upon all sections, which was agreed to and referred to the committee. The Committee on Military Affairs reported on the militia bill of the Senate, and the House amendments th