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loyment of free negroes and slaves, was reported back with additional amendments by the Military Committee. The bill was laid over and the amendments ordered to be printed. It being ordered by the Senate that the Chair fill vacancies in the Finance and Military Committees during the temporary absence of members thereof, Messrs. Orr and Oldham were appointed to fill the places of Messrs. Barnwell and Jemison on the Finance Committee, and Mr. Garland, of Arkansas, to fill the place of Mr. Johnson, of Arkansas, on the Military Committee. Senate bill to abolish the office of certain quartermasters and commissaries, and to provide for the appointment of bonded agents in said departments, was taken up and considered, and passed in the following form: "a bill to be entitled 'an act to abolish the office of certain quartermasters and Assistant quartermasters, and commissaries and Assistant commissaries, and to provide for the appointment of bonded agents in said departments.'
nce laws of the Commonwealth was taken up, read twice and referred to the Committee on General Laws. On motion of Mr. Johnson, the following resolution, submitted by Mr. Johnson, was laid on the table: "Resolved, That the Committee on ConMr. Johnson, was laid on the table: "Resolved, That the Committee on Confederate Relations be instructed to report whether they have made the inquiry, and if not, why not, on the resolution directing an inquiry why the soldiers in the army have not been paid off more promptly, and whether any further action can be takenesides, if the defendant be a non-resident of the State or resident within the lines of the enemy." On motion of Mr. Johnson, it was "Resolved, That the Superintendent of the Salt Works report, in detail, to the Senate, as early as practd the probable loss to the States in consequence of the destruction and loss of property aforesaid. On motion of Mr. Johnson, the hour of meeting of the Senate, hereafter, was changed to 12 o'clock, instead of 11. On motion of Mr. Taylor,
they enter Grant's lines. Vice-President A. H. Stephens, Hon. Robert M. T. Hunter and Judge John A. Campbell left Petersburg on Tuesday on their mission to Washington. During the day a flag of truce was received from General Grant, announcing that the commissioners would be received at 5 o'clock P. M. Accordingly, at that hour, accompanied by several prominent citizens, these gentlemen, proceeding out on the Baxter road, entered the enemy's lines in front of Wise's brigade, of General Bushrod Johnson's division. They were preceded by Captain O'Brien, of the Exchange Bureau, who bore the flag of truce, and were met midway between the opposing picket lines by several Federal officers; among whom were Colonel Hancock, of General Grant's staff. The bearing of these officers was extremely courteous, and their reception of our commissioners graceful and becoming. They were in excellent good humor, and seemed alive to the importance of the occasion. At twenty minutes to 6 o'clo