ten, twenty, and fifty cents, to the amount of a million and a half dollars, was received from the House, read, and laid on the table.
The Senate agreed to House amendment to the bill authorizing the use of the jails of the State by the Confederate Government, and making their use common to both the Confederate and State authorities.
Bills Passed.--An act for the relief of George W. Chambers, of Harper's Ferry, for castings seized by the State.
A bill to pay E. W. Canfield and C. L. Bragg, for services as instructors of artillery under Brig. Gen. Carson.
Committee Bills Introduced.--A bill to prevent and punish the hoarding of provisions by speculators.
An act authorizing an increase of the capital stock of the Virginia and Tennessee Railroad Company.
The joint resolution passed by the House of Delegates construing the law enacted October 3, 1862; to further provide for the public defence, was received from the House and referred to the Committee for Courts of Justi