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resources in this Commonwealth. Bills passed. The Senate bill to amend an act incorporating the Danville Manufacturing Company, was taken up and passed. The House bill to incorporate the Virginia Chemical Works was, on motion of Mr. Robertson, referred to a special committee, consisting of Messrs. Neeson, Robertson, and Douglas, who subsequently reported it without amendment, and the bill passed. On motion, the Senate adjourned, to meet again on the first Monday in January. esources in this Commonwealth. Bills passed. The Senate bill to amend an act incorporating the Danville Manufacturing Company, was taken up and passed. The House bill to incorporate the Virginia Chemical Works was, on motion of Mr. Robertson, referred to a special committee, consisting of Messrs. Neeson, Robertson, and Douglas, who subsequently reported it without amendment, and the bill passed. On motion, the Senate adjourned, to meet again on the first Monday in January.
nfer with the Smyth and Washington Salt Works was received. The report states that a correspondence had been opened agreeable to instructions, and in furtherance of their object the committee asked a delegation be appointed to visit the Salt Works in question.--Accompanying the report was a joint resolution passed by the Senate, authorizing the appointment of the delegation asked for. The question being on concurring in the joint resolution a debate sprang up thereon, in which Mr. Prince, Robertson, and others, participated. The resolution was concurred in. The Senate amendment to the House resolution appointing a Committee to make arrangements for the accommodation of the Confederate Congress, authorizing the Governor to attend to the matter, was taken up. Concurred to. Mr. Hunter offered a resolution directing e Speaker to issue writs of election to fill vacancies from counties not represented in the House. Mr. Anderson, of Botetourt, favored the measure. It was j
From southwestern Virginia. Camp Wyndham Robertson — army movements in Kentucky--success of General Marshall--price of provisions, &c. [special Correspondence of the Dispatch.] Camp Robertson, near Abingdon, Headquarters 56th Reg. Va. Vols., December 19, 1861. From these headquarters, named in honor of Wyndham Robertson, Esq. and overlooked by interminable knobs, I write this letter. The location in respect of wood and water is desirable, but besides being on the North side of an elevated knob, where the sun is not visible until 10 o'clock, the land has been in cultivation, and when thawed becomes quite miry. A member of company "A" has just witnessed a most unusual spectacle in one of the gorges — frost two and a half inches in thickness. He expresses the opinion that the rays of the sun had not visited that hollow "since the flood." I am able to lay before your readers some interesting facts in reference to affairs in Kentucky. The status of the enemy