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nty, a sum of money for board furnished a guard during the John Brown raid; by Mr. Keen, of suspending for a time the law requiring one-fifth of coin to be held in thwhere Bank notes will not be taken for debt, came upon its third reading. Mr. Keen said he wished to offer a substitute, of which he had heretofore given notice.m for three weeks past, and they were prepared to act on it now, if ever. Mr. Keen sustained his motion. No matter what gentlemen might think, certainly they coealth in payment of debts. The difficulty was to get them. The motion of Mr. Keen prevailed, and the bill and substitute were made the order of the day for Wedn, was finally laid on the table. Proposed Change of Hour of Meeting, &c.--Mr. Keen asked the indulgence of the House to read a resolution which he proposed to ofr the existing arrangement. The resolution having been read by the Clerk, Mr. Keen submitted a motion that the rules be suspended in order to adopt or reject the