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General Assembly of Virginia. Thursday, January 22, 1863. Senate--The Senate was called to order at 12 o'clock M., by Lieutenant Governor Montague, and opened with prayer by Rev. C. H. Read. The Senate were notified of the revival by the House of the Joint Committee on Sat, appointed at the last session. A resolution offered by Mr. Douglas, declaring that since the 13th of April, 1861, Lieutenant E. S. Gay be regarded as Commandant of the Public Guard, and receive the pay and allowances provided by section 4, chapter 33, of the Code, so long as he may act under his present orders was agreed to, and referred to the Committee on Military Affairs. The bill authorizing Sarah J. Thornton to remove certain slaves from the Commonwealth of Virginia to North Carolina was passed. The following resolution of inquiry into expediency was offered by Mr. Christian, of Middlesex: Of amending the act passed October 3d, 1862, entitled "An act to further provide for the pu
t they had visible means of support, acquired by work, and were let off. Wm. King, a free negro, was ordered thirty lashes for stealing a piece of meat, owned by the Confederate States--said piece of meat being in transitute one of the hospitals. John Howard, charged with threatening personal violence towards Phillip McGhee, was required to give security to keep the peace and be of good behavior. John Bastin, a free negro, was arraigned for entering the dwelling-house of Rev. Chas. H. Read, and stealing therefrom an overcost, valued at $35. The proof being deemed sufficient, the defendant was committed for trial before the Hustings Court. Notes slave of Robert Saunders, was examined for breaking into a store on Broad street, between 8th and 9th, and stealing therefrom three rolls of cloth, belonging to the Confederate States valued at $1,000. The proof made it appear that not only Moses, but several other parties, had been operating in the same way. He was remanded