d supply not being furnished in sufficient quantities and at proper periods.
In view of these facts, the committee, of which he was a member, were induced to report the bill now under consideration as the only sure and reliable mode of getting a sufficient supply of salt.
The bill was then discussed at length, but, without any final action on it, the Senate adjourned.
In the House, Mr. Flood introduced a resolution inquiring into the expediency of refunding to the securities of William Paris all damages recovered from them by the Circuit Court of the city of Richmond.
Mr. Bouldin introduced a resolution inquiring into the expediency of amending the existing law for the condemnation of lands for railroad purposes.
The following bill was passed: A bill amending the Code in relation to the manner of returning delinquents.
Mr. Barbour said that he asked leave to invite the attention of members, and through them of the public, to a subject to which his a