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s 0. On motion of Mr. Lockridge, a joint resolution exempting from the operations of the Governor's proclamation of the 10th March, 1862, a master machinist, a mas or spinner and a master carder in cotton manufactories — amended, on motion of Mr. James, so as to include woolen manufactories — was adopted. On motion of Mr. Hunter, the law protecting persons from executions, safes, &c., for a limited period, was taken up, and Mr. Hunter moved to amend so as to provide for the pay- ment of interest scorning and becoming due before the time when the principal shall become due. Mr. Bradford moved that the bill and amendment be indefinitely postponed; and the yeas and have being ordered the motion was rejected. [This motion, had it prevailed, would have left the Stay Law, as adopted by the Convention, in full force] Mr. Harrison proposed some other amendments, and the bill was further discussed and amended, when. On motion of Mr. Evans, the House adjourne