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receded from many of its amendments, and the Senate had acted likewise. The report of the committee was adopted without opposition, and Mr. Randolph was appointed to communicate the result to the House. Mr. Armstrong offered a resolution that a committee of seven be appointed to consider and report whether any measures can be adopted by the General Assembly to improve the currency. The resolution was agreed to, and the Chair appointed Messrs. Armstrong, Marshall, Lewis, Nash, Hall, Quesenberry, and Bruce. Mr. Lewis offered the following resolution, which was referred to the same committee: Resolved, That the select committee on the subject of currency inquire into the expediency of authorizing a loan by the Commonwealth of Virginia to the Confederate Government of $40,000,000, to bear an interest of 6 per cent. per annum, payable semi-annually; and that they inquire also as to the most expedient mode of raising that sum. A bill was passed to provide fuel and ligh