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funding to Sutton & Dozier the sum of $24, paid as tax on land improperly charged to them. Bill passed. A Senate bill to protect citizens whose property has been sold under illegal process. Railroad connection. On motion of Mr. Quesenberry, the Senate proceeded to the consideration of the House bill to provide for the construction of a railroad connection between the Orange and Alexandria and Manassas Gap. Railroads, and the Richmond, Fredericksburg and Potomac Railroad. The bill was advocated by Messrs. Quesenberry and Robertson, and opposed by Mr. Hart. Mr. Coghill moved to amend the bill by striking out from the 1st section the words "under the provisions of their charter;" by striking out from the 4th section all after the words "transportation thereon," and inserting "the privileges hereby granted shall cease and determine;" and by striking out from the 1st line of the 5th section the words "except as to said exemption from taxation." In advocating h