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ver nine hundred tons, builders measurement, her draught, with machinery, armament, stores, coal, and crew on board, will be scant five feet. Yet she is sharp as the sharpest clipper afloat, and will carry an armament which many an old- fashioned sloop-of-war would stagger under. I would like to give a more particular description, but I am fearful that I might be guilty of making our loyal-malls transport information contraband under the threatened act of Congress. I only wish that Mr. Secretary Mallory could see this remarkable vessel, so well built in so brief a time. I think he would order two or three dozen like her at once, and put, Bassett at the head of his whole corps of naval architects, The Morgan is 202 feet extreme length, and 38 feet 8 inches beam. She was launched with her machinery on board. Another gun-boat of about the same size, but of a different model and by a different constructor, will be launched here in a few days. There is another naval "arrangement" in
eston. A bill amending and re-enacting section 1st of the Act, providing for the prompt payment of interest on the various bonds guaranteed by the Commonwealth, passed Feb. 10 h, 1860. From the Committee on Claims: A bill for the relief of W. T Mitchell. On motion of Mr Bass, the bill authorizing payment for clothing furnished to the militia of Roanoke, was ordered to its engrossment. The following resolutions of inquiry were referred to the appropriate committees: By Mr. Mallory of refunding to G. H. Lucy a license tax which he never used By Mr. Woolfolk--Of paying the staff officers of militia regiments called into service by proclamation of the Governor of Virginia of the 8th July, 1861 the Confederate Government having refused to pay the same. By Mr. Bass--Of providing by law that all acts of incorporation of companies shall be subject to amendment and repeal by the General Assembly, unless otherwise provided by law. By Mr. Gordon--Of providing