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ing of the doors the Senate resolution extending the present session of the General Assembly until Monday next, was taken up. Mr. Anderson, of Rockbridge, moved as a substitute for the Senate resolution, that when the House adjourns to-day, it does so to meet again on the 1st day of May . Mr. Baldwin moved he substitute, providing for an extension of the session for the period of fifteen days, and that when the House adjourns on Friday next, it will take a recess until the 22d day of April 1863, which was lost. The vote then recurring upon the Senate resolution, it was rejected — ayes 68, noes 21 --a three-fifths vote being required. On motion of Mr. Carter, of Lancaster, a special committee of there was appointed to report a bill to prohibit extort on in food. After several ineffectual efforts to substitute Thursday and Saturday instead of Monday as the day of sojournment, the vote by which the Senate resolution was rejected was reconsidered, and the House c