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voluntary enslavement of free negroes without compensation to the Commonwealth; refunding to Wm. H. Martin a sum of money paid on an erroneous assessment of lands. French's Railroad.--No. 61, a rdered to be engrossed, and read a third time. Covington and Ohio Railroad.--On motion of Mr. Martin, of Henry, No. 171, "a bill for the partial suspension of the sale of State bonds, and to proventence "but no new or additional subscription shall be made to any joint stock company." Mr. Martin moved to amend in lien thereof by striking out all the preceding, after the enactment clause, urred on the proposition of Mr. Henry to strike out. A long discussion ensued, in which Messrs. Martin of H., Caperton, Chapman, Anderson, and Christian advocated, and Messrs. Kaufman and Yerby og out. The question to thus amend was decided in the affirmative — ayes 74, noes 38. Mr. Martin then moved to further amend by inserting in the 16th line, after the sentence "five hundred th