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at no judgment shall be given in favor of a creditor unless he endorse his willingness to take Confederate notes in payment of the same. By Mr. Fleming: Of ascertaining the cost of the manufacture of salt per bushel by the State agent, Jno. N. Clarkson. By Mr. Haymond, of Marion: Of extending the term of the first class militia, when called out, from six to twelve months, and that the militiamen who have furnished substitutes in the Confederate army shall constitute the first class. By Mr. Herndon: Of preventing speculation in the necessaries of life. By Mr. Shackelford: Of exempting from taxation those counties which have been, or may be, occupied by the public enemy. By Mr. Haymond, of Marion: Of offering bounties to female heads of families for the domestic manufacture of cloths of all kinds. On motion of Mr. Hall, the communication of the Governor in relation to an application of Lt.- Gen. Ewell, for the admission of certain persons into the State Penitentiary, was taken