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The Daily Dispatch: March 1, 1864., [Electronic resource] 2 0 Browse Search
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constitutional majority in its favor. Ayes 22, noes 16. A bill to increase the compensation of the clerk of the Richmond Circuit Court was reported. The bill suspending the law imposing taxes for the support of Government was ordered to be engrossed. A bill was reported on Saturday for extending the Southern boundary of the city of Richmond. In the House, a bill was passed amending and re enacting the act incorporating the Richmond Importing and Exporting company, and An act to amend the charter of the Farmers' and Mechanics' Insurance company of Richmond, were passed. Also, a bill refunding a sum of money to A. G. Ingraham, which had been illegally paid into the treasury. And a bill amending certain provisions of the act establishing an army agency for soldiers in Richmond. It appropriates $100,000. A bill to establish a soldiers' commercial agency for Richmond, and appropriating one million dollars for the purpose, was discussed. Adjourned.
The Legislature. In the Senate yesterday, Brigadier General Mahone, the Senator elect from the city of Norfolk, appeared, and after the administration of the required oaths by the Clerk, took his seat. House bill for the relief of A. G. Ingraham was passed. The bill to suspend the law imposing taxes for the support of government was considered. A ryder was adopted requiring the Commissioners of the Revenue to issue licenses as usual, but to make no assessment. The bill was opposed by Mr. Hunter and Mr. Marshall, but finally passed by a vote of ayes 34, noes 7, and its passage was communicated to the House. The vote by which the substitute to the bill to provide a fund abroad for the use of the State was rejected on Monday, was reconsidered and the bill tabled. In the House, a bill was reported for the relief of indigent soldiers and sailors of the State. Also, a bill to increase the rates of pay for the tuition of indigent children in primary school