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ing the resignation of Henry W. Thomas, Senator from the 24th District. On motion, the communication and documents were laid on the table. Mr. Quesenberst asked and obtained leave to introduce a bill to provide for a lost coupon. Mr. Brannon asked and obtained leave to introduce a bill imposing a tax for issuing certificates of transferred stock of the Commonwealth. On motion of Mr. Brannon, the bill to pay to L. D. Raymond a bill for locating a turnpike, was taken up. Mr. Beannon knew the bill to be right. The claimant had been prevented, by reason of the fact that the road was in the hands of the enemy, from collecting his debt. Mr. Alderson knew the claim to be just. He hoped it would pass at once. The bill was adopted, and on motion it was communicated to the House of Delegates. The Chair stated that some resolutions, adopted by the Senate in secret session and sent to the House for their concurrence, had been amended and returned, and asked if