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Both documents were laid upon the table and ordered to be printed. The militia bill. The bill reported by Mr. Anderson, of Botetourt, suspending the operations of the militia ordinance until February 10th, was taken up. Mr. Collier said the Governor had taken upon himself the responsibility of not enforcing the ordinance for three weeks past, and he thought he might continue so to do with equal propriety. The House was too slim to justify action on the bill at present. Mr. Jones urged the importance of immediate action on the bill. For want of a constitutional majority present, the bill could not pass to its second reading, and was passed over. Election of Senators. The Senate amendment to the House resolution, fixing the 22d of January as the day of electing Senators to the Confederate Congress, in lieu of the 9th of January, as proposed by the House, was agreed to. The report of the committee appointed to confer with the Smyth and Washington S
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e R. G. Dunlop killed; private B. H. Corley, wounded severely in the thigh. Alexandria Rifles, Co D, Capt. Woodruff--Privates Jesse Sims, Calvin, Owens, Banister Jennings, and L. Crook, slight flesh wounds; and Lewis Reynolds, slightly, in face. Fort William Rifles, Co K, Capt McKenzie--Privates Bushrod, Moss, and John Callahan, killed; private J. W. Lindsay, severely wounded in the thigh. Yancey Guards, Co I, Capt. Hughes--Corporal C A Webb, privates Herman Herzburg, and William A. Jones, killed; Corporal G. L Johnston, slightly wounded in neck; private M J Hall, severely in the ankle; Abal Christopher, severely wounded in the thigh; Benj. F. Fry, slight in the heel; Lt. L. E. Hamlin, slightly wounded in shoulder and leg; private Thomas R. Ferguson, severely wounded in arm and breast; private Thomas Womack, slightly wounded. Rope Walker Guards, Co. G--Captain Forney, slightly wounded in the leg; private Jesse Harris severely wounded in the neck; private W. W. Marag