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nfederate Government for medical purposes of grain heretofore purchased.] On motion of Mr. Tomlin, the bill requiring railroad companies to receive all articles for transportation by weight was taken up and ordered to its engrossment. The consideration of the order of the day — the bill for securing representation in the General Assembly from counties held by the public enemy — was resumed and further amended and discussed until 3 o'clock, at which hour, without disposing of the subject. On motion of Mr. Bouldin, the House took a recess until 7½ o'clock. Evening Session. --The House reassembled at 7½ o'clock, and were engaged until a late hour in the further discussion of the bill providing for the filling of vacancies. The Senate bill was finally amended by Mr. Newton, declaring vacancies to exist in counties from which no election returns shall have been received, and allowing the present members from such counties to hold over. The bill as amended was pas