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the part of the House: Messrs. Saunders, Keily, Shelton, Baskerville and English. The resolution was reported to the Senate. The following bills were passed: The bill for the relief of Lunsford L. Loving, late sheriff of, Nelson county, for a slave escaped to the enemy while in State employ. Bill for the relief of Joseph G. Bullock, of Fluvanna county, for a slave condemned to death, and hung by a mob, appropriating two thousand dollars. Bill for the relief of Tucker Carrington, of Mecklenburg county, appropriating one thousand dollars. Bill to pay Captain James T. Smith for his services as a partisan ranger. The House refused to take up and consider the bill appropriating sixty-five thousand dollars for the purchase of the life-size portrait of General R. E. Lee, painted by Mr. Bruce, and tendered to the State. Mr. Ward, of Frederick, asked the suspension of the rules in order that the bill might be taken up and considered, but the House refus