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From Norfolk. return of military--Rev. A. E. Dickinson--relief for the Charleston sufferers — the defences of Norfolk — the markets &c. [special correspondence of the Dispatch.] Norfolk, Dec. 17, 1861. The 3d Regiment of Georgia Volunteers, under charge of Col. Wright, returned from Roanoke Island yesterday, and are again comfortably quartered in the vicinity of Portsmouth. Yesterday afternoon one of the members, while on a visit to this city, was accidently shot in the neck. The wound though exceedingly severe may not prove fatal. Rev. Mr. Dickinson, Superintendent of Army Colportage, has been in our city for the purpose of advancing the interests of the important and highly useful enterprise in which he is engaged. I have not ascertained the amount that he has raised, but doubt not he has met with much encouragement in the prosecution of his good work. A public meeting of our citizens, called by Mayor Lamb, was held yesterday, and solicitors appoin
rom sea water, by a system of bounties to be paid the manufacturers who may first engage in the enterprise. or by any other mode that to them may seem best adapted to attain the object, and report by bill or other wise. Dills reported. Bills were reported from standing committees, viz: To amend the 4th section to incorporate the Danville Manufacturing Company. Making compensation to A. F. Haymond, as Attorney for the Commonwealth. Resolutions of Inquiry. By Mr. Dickinson of Prince Edward--of refunding a tax to the administration of the late sheriff of Prince Edward. By Mr. C. Y. Thomas --of providing additional rooms for the Senate committees. Vacancies in the Senate. The bill providing for holding an election to all the vacancies in the Senate from the 46th and 50th districts, held by the enemy, came up on its passage. Mr. Robertson opposed the passage of the bill as unconstitutional. The roll was called, and the vote resulted —