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Gen. Morgan at the Capitol. Yesterday, in response to invitations, Gen. John H. Morgan visited the two Houses of the GeGen. John H. Morgan visited the two Houses of the General Assembly of Virginia, where he received an enthusiastic Virginia welcome. Accompanied by a committee of the Senate, th he was received by Lieut. Gov. Price as follows: General Morgan--I take pleasure in discharging the duty assigned me b your successes and mourn with you in your reverses. Gen. Morgan briefly returned his thanks for the courtesy extended hished chieftain. After an hour thus spent in the Senate, Gen. Morgan, accompanied by the committee of the House, and leaning ker--I introduce to you, and through you to the House, John H. Morgan. The announcement of the name is a passport to every d him pleasure to announce authoritatively the safety of Gen. Morgan's distinguished friend, Capt. Hines, and that he would bdays. This announcement was received with applause. Gen. Morgan then took a position on the right of the Speaker's
ed yesterday by Mr. Taylor and appropriately referred. Several bills were passed, viz: A bill to amend the charter of the town of Ashland, in Hanover county. A bill to amend the 13th section of chapter 34 of the Code concerning the Virginia Military Institute. A communication from the Governor, covering a letter from Gov. Brown, of Georgia' and resolutions adopted by the Legislature of that State, was laid before the Senate. Besides the introduction and entertainment of Gen. J. H. Morgan, no other business of importance was transacted in the Senate. The House met at the usual hour, the privileged seats in the hall and the galleries being filled with visitors drawn, thither for the purpose of seeing Gen. Morgan. But little business was transacted, and that of an unimportant character. The chair was soon vacated to await the arrival of the General, who, after the conclusion of the proceedings in the Senate, was conducted to the House by the appropriate committee.
Ball to Gen. Morgan --the ball given to Gen. John H. Morgan by his friends last night at the Ballard House was a grand affair. The of the city was present, and Terpsichorean pleasures were indulged in till the "wee small hours" of the morning.