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e William H. Dulany, Attorney for the Commonwealth for the Circuit Court of Fairfax, for his services during the Spring term, 1861. (Senate bill.) A bill refunding to James H Burdette the amount of a license tax erroneously paid into the Treasury. (House bill.) A bill authorizing the Commissioner of the Revenue for the Southern District of Hall fax county, to issue a licence to David Apt as a hawker and pedlar in said county.-- (Senate bill.) Leave to introduce bills. Mr. Collier, of Petersburg, asked leave to introduce a till as a substitute for the bill for raising Virginia's quota for the Confederate army; and that it may be printed. Mr. Armstrong, of Hampshire, asked a similar permission; which was granted. Mr. Brennan, from the Committee on Finance and Claims, reported that said committee had under consideration the resolution on the subject of refunding to John S. Lacy, sheriff of New Kent county, the damages paid into the Treasury upon three execu
The Daily Dispatch: January 21, 1862., [Electronic resource], Terrible affair in Franklin county, Ky. (search)
House of Delegates. The House met at 12 o'clock, M., Mr. Collier in the chair. Prayer by Rev. Mr. Duncan. Several Senate bills were read and committed. The House bill to amend and re-enact the act providing for the issue of small notes was reported from the Senate with amendments, and was referred to the Committee on Banks. Mr. Robertson, of Richmond, from the Committee on Banks, reported "a bill concerning bank directors." Mr. Anderson, of Rockbridge, from the joint committee to confer with the lessees of the salt works in Washington and Smyth counties, made a report, which (it was not read by the Clerk) was ordered to be printed. The following resolutions of inquiry were referred to the appropriate committees: By Mr. Gatewood: Of remunerating Hill & brothers, of Woodstock, for merchandize furnished to the Virginia forces. By Mr. McCamant: What negotiation is necessary to protect the holders of negotiable paper, payable out of this State.
an eloquent appeal to those left behind to carry on the great work of political reform to which Mr. Tyler had devoted his energies, Mr. Rives closed his remarks. Mr. Wigfall of Texas, Mr. Venable of North Carolina, and Mr. Rhett of South Carolina, each delivered an eloquent eulogy upon the character and public career of the deceased; after which the resolutions were unanimously adopted. The President laid before Congress a communication from the House of Delegates, signed by Charles F. Collier, Speaker protem., enclosing the resolutions adopted by the General Assembly on Saturday last, which were read by the Secretary; whereupon Mr. Bocock, of Virginia, offered the following, which was agreed to: Resolved, That the communication just read be spread upon the journals of Congress, and that the Committee of Arrangements of this body be directed to invite the co- operation of the Committee of the General Assembly of the State of Virginia in arranging for the funeral of the