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sts and whether authority should not be given them to that end, to certify the value, at the place where taken in their respective counties, of property, not taken at agreed prices, on receipts to be given therefore by impressing officers. Mr. Prince moved to take, up the bill legalizing Confederate currency, made the special order for to-day at one o'clock. After some discussion and various amendments, and in view of the absence of members feeling an interest in the bill, it was laid on thr claimed or exercised by Provost Marshals, in arresting and imprisoning, citizens of the Commonwealth, and that they inquire into the expediency of passing some law restraining these officials within the bounds of their proper duties. Several petitions were presented and appropriately referred, among them one by Mr. Hopkins, from citizens of Rockingham, asking that that county be exempt from furnishing slaves to work upon fortifications. On motion of Mr. Prince, the House adjourned.