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oviding for elections in countries where its Court-House is held by the public enemy, were concurred in by the House. The House, on of Mr. Robertson, resolved itself into second session. Upon the re-opening 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 i
A Discouraging statement. A member of the 19th Ohio regiment, writing from camp, near Nashville, to a paper at home says that, at the present rate of decimation, one-half of the forty thousand Buckeyes placed at the disposal of Lincoln last fall will be dead or lost to the service by the first of May. This, he says, has not been done by fighting, and asks: "What has been gained by the sacrificed." If the laid left do not learn a little wisdom they are not apt scholars. That the writer is wiser as well as sadder, the following extract from his letter will show: In response to the last call of the President for more troops Ohio placed at his disposal 40,000 more of her loyal at the present rate of decimation 20,000 of these will be dead and for ever lost to the service by the first of March next , if not already lost. Has it been done by fighting? How much have we gained by the sacrifice? Absolutely nothing. In the next battle in this department, if not defeated, we