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sident announced the Standing Committees of the Senate, as follows: On Privileges and Elections,--Messrs. Thomas of Fairfax, Newton, Dickerson of Grayson, Thomas of Henry, Early, Spitler, and Finney. On Courts of Justice--Messrs. Coghill, Greaver, Whitten, and Bales. On Finance and Claims.--Messrs. Brannon, Dickinson of Prince Edward, Neeson, Thomas of Fairfax, Day, Bruce, Robertson, Lynch, Early, Christian of Middlesex, Hart, and Branch. On Banks.--Messrs. Ishell, Christiaunt of a license tax paid by Geo. L. Shroder, and refunded to him by the county Court of Amherst. By Mr. Thomas, of Fairfax — Instructing the Committee of Privileges and Elections to inquire into the expediency of providing by law for the repretting a specified percentage on all taxes paid by the tax-payer promptly into the State Treasury. By Mr. Thomas, of Fairfax — Instructing the Committee on Military Affairs to inquire into the expediency of so amending the law organizing the mil
r "traps" were on shore, the Commissioners were escorted to the fort in the following. Order of procession. Marshal Murray and Ambassador Slidell. Lieutenant Fairfax and Ambassador Mason. Secretary Eustis. Deputy Marshal Sampson. Secretary MacFarlane Officers from the fort, Police from the fort, ilkes has not yet made his official report of the capture of the rebel Commissioners. We shall not be surprised if his report should state that he authorized Lieut. Fairfax not only to take the Commissioners, but also to seize the steamer Trent. It is certain that he sent engineers with Lieut. Fairfax to the Trent for the purposLieut. Fairfax to the Trent for the purpose of taking charge of her. When the Lieutenant returned to the San Jacinto with his prisoners, he reported that there were many passengers on the Trent, who were undoubtedly anxious to proceed at once to England, and the Commodore concluded to let her go. It is not at all strange that no dispatches or papers were found in the