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ency of painting the Capital. Bank Relief Bill.--The House proceeded to the consideration of the unfinished business of yesterday, being the ryder offered by Mr. McKenzie to the bill for the temporary relief of the banks of this Commonwealth, which had been returned passed by the Senate with certain amendments. The pending question was, shall the bill and ryder be laid on the table. After debate, the House refused to lay it on the table. The ryder offered by Mr. McKenzie, reading as follows: Provided, That the Banks shall not, during the suspension of specie payment, charge and receive damages on drafts for non-payment, nor charge or receive between Baltimore and Virginia, during the suspension of Maryland, a greater rate of exchange than one per cent. Was discussed by Messrs. McKenzie, Robertson and Keen Mr. Keen said he was opposed to the ryder. He concurred fully in the objects proposed to be obtained in a part of it, and would most cheerfully vote