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by inserting, after the word "yarns," the following: "Every man and his assistants engaged in wool growing, or any person engaged in growing grain or anything necessary for the public, are hereby exempted from military duty; and any poor man, who is liable to military duty, with four or more children." The amendment was adopted, and the question recurring upon the adoption of the resolution as amended, it was lo ayes none. Memorial. Mr. Robertson presented the memorial of Joseph R. Anderson & Co., complaining of injustice done them by a paragraph in a late message of the Governor to the Legislature, and asking that the memorial be spread upon the Journal of the Senate. It was read and appropriately referred. Resolutions. By Mr. Brannon: Of providing by law that no free negro shall be engaged in the business of buying, for the purpose of sale, any agricultural product or other article without the permission of the County Court of the county in which said business