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of converting the interest now due from the South Side. Railroad Company to the State into stock of the company, or to make such other disposition of the came as may enable said company to change the line of their road in such manner as is provided in the act of Assembly passed Jan. 26th, 1862 (adopted.) The Speaker announced the arrival of the hour agreed upon yesterday for the further consideration of the election of a Confederate States Senator. Mr. Robertson, of Richmond, Mr. Minon of Albemarle, and Mr. Hopkins of Petersburg, advanced the election of Hon. Wm. C. Rives; Mr. Grafton, of Rockingham, that of Gen. John B. Floyd; Mr. Forbes, of Fauquier, Mr. Hunter, of Jefferson, and Mr. Newton, of Westmoreland, that of Judge John J. Allen; and Mr. Noland, of Loudoun, that of Charles W. Russell. At 3½ o'clock a motion was made and a relied that the further consideration of the subject be delivered until to-morrow morning at 10 o'clock, to which hour the House adjourned.