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1865. The Senate met at the usual hour; Mr. Trout, of Augusta, in the chair. Prayer by Dr. Minnigerode. By Mr. Robinson: "Resolved, That a joint committee of three on the part of the Senate and five on the part of the House be appoig her members elect refused seats in the United States councils." After a brief discussion it was withdrawn. Mr. Robinson offered the following: "Resolved. That so much of the Governor's message as applies to the Penitentiary, the Deaf and Dumb and Blind and Lunatic Asylums, be referred to the Committee on Public Institutions." Agreed to. Mr. Robinson also offered the following: "Resolved. That the Committee on Public Institutions be, and they care hereby, instructed on the ground that he was opposed to reforms (as they are called) of all kinds. He spoke with much earnestness. Mr. Robinson wanted to stop this debate and get to the vote. The report of the Select Committee was accepted by the Senate — a
Under arrest. --Captain Ben. Robinson, senior editor of the Fayetteville News, reached here on yesterday in charge of a guard of United States soldiers. He, as well as the guard who arrested him, is entirely ignorant of the charge on which his arrest is based. --Wilmington Journal.