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cies of property thus protected by the organic law of the State from contributing its due share to the support of the said State Government, by prohibiting the taxing of a large portion of said property, and limiting the portion subject to taxation to a specific tax far less than that imposed upon every other species of property. Hour of meeting changed. Mr. Sutherland, of Pittsylvania, offered a resolution changing the hour of meeting from 12 to 11 o'clock. Mr. Armstrong, of Hampshire, moved to amend by fixing the hour of 10 instead of 11. Mr. Patrick, of Kanawha, called the attention of the Chair to the fact that a similar resolution was laid upon the table a few days ago; whereupon the President said a motion to take up would be necessary. Mr. Sutherland then moved that the resolution alluded to be taken up, which was carried in the affirmative. A motion to amend by substituting the hour of 10 o'clock was voted down by a large majority. Mr. Hall, o
gon, McCamant, McDowell, Tomlin, and Witten.--8. Noes.--75. Indefinitely Postponed.--The House proceeded to the consideration of Senate bill incorporating the Queen's Point Division, No. 28, of the Sons of Temperance, in the county of Hampshire. Mr. Gibson moved that the bill be read the third time. Pending the consideration of which Mr. Duckwall moved the indefinite postponement of the bill, (in order to allow him to speak thereon,) and the question being on agreeing thereto, Mr. Coha to the original line between said county of Kanawha and Nicholas county, and establish that as the county line between Kanawha and Clay county; by Mr. D. Gibson, of establishing an inspection of leather at New Creek Station, in the county of Hampshire, or providing a general law on that subject; by Mr. Preston, of sending a copy of the Code of Virginia, and of the Acts of the Assembly, to the Library of each chartered College in the State, that may make such request through the Representativ