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he public business with dispatch, and to file away the papers so as to make them accessible for reference by the public officers in the daily discharge of their important duties. If you had permitted the Court to occupy either the hall of the House of Delegates or the Senate chamber for holding the sessions of the Court during the recess of the Legislature, a conference room might perhaps have been provided. Resolution relating to Osborne and Matthews. Under your resolution of the 2d of April last, requesting the Governor "to allow out of the civil contingent fund to William Osborne the sum of twenty-five cents per day from the commencement of the present session, and to allow to Richard Matthews the additional sum of one dollar for each day the Legislature has held night sessions at the present session," I declined to make any allowance, because I considered it the duty of the General Assembly, if they believed anything due to these parties, to provide, by a regular appropr