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An amendment was offered by Mr. Christian, of Middlesex, recommending a conference between the committees from the two Houses of the General Assembly and the Confederate authorities, in order to ascertain whether any legislation on the matter is necessary. The question upon the adoption of the amendment being put, it was rejected; after which the resolution, as adopted by the House of Delegates, was adopted by a unanimous vote of the Senate. The Chair appointed Messrs. Garnett, Quesenberry and Nash as the Senate committee. Mr. Christian, of Augusta, from the Committee on Banks, reported back, with the recommendation that it do not pass, the House bill amending the law authorizing debtors of Virginia banks outside our lines to pay the same at the banks within their lines. Patriotic resolutions, adopted by the officers and soldiers of the Fifty-sixth Virginia regiment, were introduced by Mr. Jones, of Brunswick, read by the Clerk, and referred to the Committee on Co