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House of Delegates. The House met at 12 o'clock M. Prayer by Rev. Dr. Moore. The House agreed to the joint resolution of the Senate to appoint a committee to examine the various departments of the State, and to see what changes may be made in view of economizing the resources of the State. On motion of Mr. Prince, the resolutions requesting the representatives of Virginia in Congress to urge the suspension of the act providing for revenue upon imported commodities from foreign countries, and all other acts having a similar bearing, was taken up and considered. Mr. Prince said that this question was already before the Confederate Congress, and he understood that an expression of opinion, on the part of the General Assembly of Virginia, would materially influence the action of Congress. He thought it was unwise at this time (a time of war) to put a tariff on foreign imports. The revenue now raised by the Government by this tariff is but trifling. Let us open our p