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mbers answered to their names--five more being necessary to constitute a quorum. Adjourned. House of Delegates. The House of Delegates assembled at 12 o'clock, Mr. Sheffey in the chair. Prayer was offered by Rev. Dr. Read. The roll having been called, a quorum was ascertained to be present. Mr. McCue, of Augusta, moved the appointment of a special committee to make arrangements for the establishment of a soldiers' home in the city of Richmond, which was agreed to. Mr. Pendleton submitted a series of resolutions in relation to the state of the country and expressive of the sentiments of the Legislature as to the conduct of Virginia during the present war. They were ordered to be printed. A committee appointed to wait on the Governor returned and stated that the Governor would communicate the message to the House immediately.--The message was accordingly read, after which the House adjourned. We give the following synopsis of it, not being able to print