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rt of the 12th section concerning railroads, impaling "a tax of 1 ½ mills on each passenger for every ten miles," by striking out "one and a half," and inserting "one" in lien thereof. The motion was advocated by Messrs. Fragter, Coghill, and Quesenberry, and opposed by Messrs. Brannon, Newton, and Isbell. Mr. Lynch subsequently withdrew the motion, which was renewed by Mr. Quesenberry. The amendment was lost. Mr. Whittle offered the following as an independent section: "On Mr. Quesenberry. The amendment was lost. Mr. Whittle offered the following as an independent section: "On every person who, by the exemption law of the State, has been exempted from military city by reason of being engaged in the particular pursuits in the said law mentioned, there shall be a tax of--." The amendment was opposed by Messrs. Brannon, Wilet, and Quesenberry, and finally withdrawn. On motion of Mr. Brannon, the 32d and 38d sections, in relation to distilleries, were stricken out; in lien of the first of which he then moved to insert the following: "On every license to di