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Joint Committee on Salt and read the first and second times. Mr. Dulaney offered a resolution providing that hereafter no member of the Senate shall speak over ten minutes on any one subject. The resolution was adopted. Mr. Keen, of Pittsylvania, offered the following resolution, which, under the rules, lies over: "Resolved, That all the testimony taken by, and now in the possession of, the Salt Committee, together with all letters and papers touching the sale, transportation anry duty. The rule of the Senate requiring all bills to be kept in the hands of the Clerk two days before being sent to the House of Delegates was rescinded for the remainder of the present session, on motion of Mr. Hart. Mr. Keen, of Pittsylvania, arose to a personal explanation in relation to a card, over the signature of Mr. Collier, of Petersburg, which appeared in the Enquirer of this morning, concerning the bill and substitute passed by the Senate, in secret session, with regard t