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mmittee to make contracts for the printing of the two Houses was taken up, and a motion to lay on the table by Mr. Dunnington was rejected. On motion, by Mr. Waddell, the words empowering the committee to make contracts for printing were stricken out, and the resolution passed. By Mr. Waddell.--A resolution that the Committee on Public Printing inquire into the expediency of appointing a superintendent to let out and supervise the execution of the printing. Agreed to. By Mr. Pendleton.--A resolution that the Committee on Roads, &c., inquire into the expediency of districting the State for the election of Commissioners of Public Works, or, if deemed expedient, to report a bill abolishing the Board of Public Works. Mr. Woodson submitted the following resolutions, prefaced by a preamble giving the history of the partition of Virginia: "Resolved by the General Assembly of Virginia, That it is the wish of the people of Virginia that the partition of the territor