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was chosen Speaker pro tempore. Shelton C. Davis, for many years Clerk of the Senate, was again elected unanimously to that position upon his nomination by Mr. Gilmer, of this city. Wm. Wirt Harrison, of this city, was elected Sergeant-at-Arms over several competitors, including Messrs. Alexander Thompson and J. A. JordIn the Senate, a number of resolutions of inquiry as to the expediency of a great many propositions were agreed to. We notice a few of special interest, viz: By Mr. Gilmer --For incorporating the National Express and Transportation Company; for increasing the capital stock of the Richmond and Fredericksburg Railroad Company; for ae Senators to confer with three members of the House, in joint committee, to consider what encouragement it is proper for the State to give to immigration. Mr. Gilmer, of Richmond, offered a bill to increase the capital stock of the Richmond and Fredericksburg railroad. Referred to Committee on Roads. Mr. Trout, of Pend