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he soldier's grave. One who had mingled in the Christian communion of the Troy Convention was slain, for aught we can tell, by a hand lifted with his own in prayer in that memorable assembly — our beloved brother, Jas. K. Lee, who fell mortally wounded in the battle of Bull Run, and also Humphrey H. Miles, another member of our Association. Others, who although they did not fall in battle, met death in the cause of their country, viz Joseph Laidley, John Hall Crew, Harvey A. Dudley, Dr. Thos. L. Hunter, R. C. Stanard, of diseases contracted in the camps or hospitals, and John L. Smither, of the accidental discharge of a pistol Six others in the active list of members died of ordinary causes, making fourteen of active membership. Mr. Henry V. Picot, one of our associate members, died a few days since, of wounds received in the battle of Kernstown. He sealed his patriotism with his blood, and sleeps beneath that soil which he died to defend. We knew Henry V. Picot de Boisfeillet.
. Secret session. On motion, the House resolved itself into secret session. The House, in secret session, took into consideration the subject of adjournment. The injunction of secrecy was removed, and it was stared that the House refused to adjourn. Impressment laws, Mr. Mallory (the House having re-opened) offered a resolution that a committee be appointed to take into consideration a change in the impressment laws of the Commonwealth. Committee--Messrs. Mallory, Hunter, Magruder, Green, and Newton. Mr. Rives desired to take up a bill concerning certain appropriations for the city of Petersburg. It having been considered in secret session the doors were closed. Injunction of secrecy. The house adopted a resolution removing the injunction of secrecy from the following resolution and report: Defences of Richmond. The following resolution was passed on yesterday and referred to in the report of yesterday's proceedings: "Resolved, b