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I regret to say that this experienced office can find "no law vacating their offices ipse facts" As there are doubtless many cases like kind in the State, I earnestly invoke your attention, so the adoption of the necessary legislation to relieve the State from all such unworthy, officers. The cause can be reached by investing the county Courts with authority where the fact is established to declare the offices vacant. The Lunatic Asylums. Shortly after the capture of Williamsburg, Dr. Galt the superintendent of the Asylum there, and his assistant physician, died, and their places were supplied by two physicians from the North who are now performing the duties. The Governor heard, from two discharged patient's who made their way to Richmond a few weeks since that the medical attendants were faith of and attentive, and they believed were well qualified for their positions. The supplies were ample for their support, but were badly prepared, owing to the difficulty of controlli