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s may be necessary to carrying on the State Government and for other purposes. A joint resolution in regard to the impressment of slaves to work on fortifications was presented. Lies over under the rule. Adjourned. In the House, Mr. Haymond, of Marion, introduced a bill to amend the bill in relation to the fees of jailors. The militia bill coming up as the order of the day, was, on motion of Mr. Staples, laid upon the table by a vote of ayes 76, noes 36. Mr. Staples submitted a resolution directing the Military Committee to inquire and report what officers of the Government the Governor shall certify to as necessary to be exempt in order that the government of the State may not be interrupted. Laid on the table. The bill to provide for the completion and equipment of the Covington and Ohio Railroad was taken up and its discussion consumed the entire session, Messrs. Burwell, Wilson, of Isle of Wight, Dean, Anderson, and others, supporting the bill. Adjourned.
Re-Enlisting in the army. New Market, Feb. 17. --Humphrey's Mississippi brigade, McLaw's division, re-enlisted to-day for forty years or the war.--Other brigades are following their example. The 9th Georgia regiment, Anderson's division, has also re-enlisted. Dublin, Feb. 16, 1864. To Genl S. Cooper: The Forty Fifth (45th) Virginia infantry, one of the best regiments in the service, has unanimously re-enlisted for the war. No inducement other than the need for their services was held out to induce them to re-enlist. Sam. Jones, Maj. Gen.