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ks. The report of the Committee on Impressment being called, Mr Armstrong, the Chairman, moved that the Senate go into secret session before their reception, which was so ordered. The Senate came out of secret session at 3½ o'clock, after two hours and a half discussion of the report of the Committee on Impressment. Upon opening of the doors the Senate adjourned House of Delegates.--The House met at 11 o'clock. Prayer by Rev. Dr. Houston, of Nashville. On motion of Mr. Noland, the bill to prevent the unnecessary consumption of grain in the distillation of spirituous or malt liquor was taken up and considered. During its discussion a message was received from the Senate, notifying the House that that body had concurred in the House amendments to the bill "to secure representation in the General Assembly for counties, cities, Senatorial and election districts within the power of the public enemy." The bill reads as follows: Sec. 1. Be it enacted