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The Legislature.

A large number of bills were communicated to the Senate from the House yesterday, which were referred.

A bill was reported to amend the act in regard to fiduciaries.

Also, a bill to amend the act authorizing the Court of Appeals to hold its sessions at other places than at Lewisburg. And a bill to authorize the funding of certain currency belonging to the State in Confederate bonds, and to authorize the sale of such bonds if necessary.

The bill confirming and amending the charter of the Richmond Glass Company was passed.

A substitute for the bill to provide a fund abroad for the use of the State was adopted, and the subject discussed at length. Laid on the table finally.

Mr. Randolph presented a bill to regulate auction sales.


In the House, the entire session was consumed in the amendment and discussion of a bill to prevent the unnecessary consumption of grain, fruit, sorghum, &c., by distillers and manufacturers of spirituous and malt liquors. The bill was ordered to its engrossment.

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