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nce for the volunteer system. Mr. Burwell would vote against the proposition to strike out the volunteer feature. People ought to be willing to defend their own private property. Mr. Robertson, of Richmond, denied that there was any occasion for the remark of the member from Bedford. The plan of this police was a local concession of the Municipal Government to the Confederate Government, and was advocated with a view to the protection of the capital of the Government and the Government property. Mr. Pendleton offered an amendment to the second section, making the constabulary force subject to the Council of the City of Richmond. The bill, as amended, was ordered to its engrossment and third reading. The bill to provide for the voting by persons in the army, and by persons absent from their counties by reason of the presence of the public enemy, was passed. The House, at one and a half o'clock, went into secret session on one of the orders of the day.