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f delegates. The House met at 12 M. The Speaker in the chair. Prayer by Rev. Mr. Peterkin, of the Protestant Episcopal Church. Reports from committees. Mr. Anderson, from Committee on Military Affairs, reported a bill to suspend the operations of an ordinance passed by the late Convention organizing the militia. A communication from the Governor, transmitting the annual report of the Board of Visitors to the Virginia Military Institute for the year terminating on the 1st of July last, was received. A communication from the Governor, accompanying the report, urged upon the House the propriety of making additional appropriations for the benefit of the Virginia Military Institute, was also received. Both documents were laid upon the table and ordered to be printed. The militia bill. The bill reported by Mr. Anderson, of Botetourt, suspending the operations of the militia ordinance until February 10th, was taken up. Mr. Collier said the Governor had ta
$15 reward --Will be paid for the apprehension and delivery of a servant girl, Mary Jane, calls herself Mary Jase Jackson She is a small, delicate featured woman, of a dark ginger bread color, about 20 or 15 years of age, and generally dresses in black. She was hired to Mr. Joseph Jackson this year, and left her home about July 1st. She has been seen in the city within a week past. Lucy H. Wharton. Grace street, between Adam and Foushoe. Mrs. W. has some very valuable servants for hire the ensuing year. de 23--3t*