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he part of the House, on Public Printing: Messrs. Waddell, Dunnington, Word, Leawell, Jones, Watkins, Merritt, Browning and Dickenson. Also, the following Select Committee on the Re-union of the State of Virginia: Messrs. Woodson, Robertson, Ellis, Garnett, Patterson, A. J. Clarke, Pendleton, Wall and Kellam. Mr. Joynes, from the Committee on Courts of Justice, reported back adversely the resolution relative to imposing fines on Justices of the Peace for not attending terms of their ent, and a copy of which is published above, was taken up and passed. Mr. Watkins moved that the general stay law be postponed till the following day at one o'clock, that members might have time to mature their amendments. Agreed to. Mr. Ellis, of Norfolk city, offered the following, which was agreed to: "Whereas there are large numbers of unfortunate people in the Commonwealth of Virginia, composed, for the most part, of those who were lately merchants, mechanics, artizans and