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pointment of a joint committee of ten on the part of the Senate and twenty on the part of the House of Delegates to attend his funeral, were read and adopted, the rules being suspended for that purpose. On motion (at 1 o'clock), the Senate resolved into secret session. Note.--We are requested to state that Colonel Dillard, of Sussex, is detained from his seat in the Senate in consequence of severe indisposition. House of Delegates. The House met at 12 M. Mr. Magruder, of Albemarle, in the chair, in the absence of Mr. Sheffey. Mr. Tomlin, from the Joint Committee on Salt, made a report on the communication of the Governor of North Carolina concerning certain resolutions adopted by the Legislature of that State in regard to the diversion of certain engines and cars engaged in the transportation of salt to North Carolina. The bill incorporating the Richmond and Rappahannock Railroad Company was passed. The House agreed to a joint resolution appointing a