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ith and his company of partisan rangers, for services in Western Virginia, was read twice and referred to the Military Committee. House bill to amend the twenty-fifth section of chapter sixty-one of the Code, relating to tolls on persons in the military and naval service and on their arms, etc., was read twice and referred to the Committee on Roads. The following bills were read the usual number of times and passed: House bill authorizing the payment of a sum of money to Tucker Carrington for a slave condemned to be executed in Mecklenburg. Allows the sum of two thousand eight hundred dollars. House bill for the relief of Joseph E. Bullock, of Fluvanna county, allowing the payment of a sum of money for a slave condemned to be executed. House bill making an appropriation to the Central Lunatic Asylum. Senate bill, amended by the House, relative to the claim of Susan Christian against the Central Lunatic Asylum. Mr. Collier addressed the Senate at some