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iring into the expediency of making an appropriation for the purpose of repairing the damages sustained by the Virginia Central Railroad on account of invasions of the public enemy. The resolution was agreed to. Mr. Collier introduced a series of resolutions complimentary of our arms, especially those of Virginia and Maryland, and returning the thanks of the General Assembly to our Generals and the men and officers under their command. The resolutions were laid on the table. Mr. Quisenberry offered a resolution that the point Committee on Salt inquire into the practicability of obtaining an immediate supply of salt from the Kanawha Salt Works. Agreed to. The resolution offered by Mr. Frazier on yesterday, to restrict the legislation of this called session to salt, was, after a protracted argument, laid on the table. After some other business of little public interest, the Senate adjourned over to Friday next. In the House, Mr. Anderson, from the Committee on