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lly in accordance with those entertained by the General Assembly of Virginia, and ordering fifty thousand copies to be printed for distribution among the soldiers of the Confederate armies. Pending the consideration of a motion, made by Mr. Quesenberry, to refer the resolutions to the Committee on Confederate Relations, the Senate took a recess for ten minutes, in order to allow members an opportunity to be introduced to Captain Semmes, late commander of the Alabama, who then made his appearance in the hall. The time having expired, Mr. Quesenberry's motion to refer was taken up and adopted. Mr. Douglas, from the Committee on Military Affairs, to whom a memorial from the proprietors of the religious papers asking exemption for their employees had been referred, reported a resolution requesting the Governor to relieve from ordinary militia duty certain employees of the religious newspapers of Richmond. The order of the day from yesterday being Mr. Douglas's substit