ners in Chancery.
By Mr. Christian, of Augusta: That the Governor communicate to the Senate, if not incompatible with the public interests, any information in his possession concerning the present condition and number of arms of the State, and any correspondence between himself and the Confederate authorities on the subject.
From the House of Delegates.
Resolved, That the General Assembly remembers with pride and gratitude the invaluable services to Virginia of Gen G. T. Beauregard in the most perilous period of her recent history; and having learned that he is soon to be transferred to a distant field, the General Assembly regard it as a grateful duty to tender to him this public assurance of the exalted estimate in which the people of Virginia will ever hold his heroic devotion, through the campaign of 1861, to the protection of Virginia and her sister Confederate States.
Laid on the table for the present.
Mr. Dickinson, of Prince Edward, submitted the f