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ploying in the public service or for the public benefit free negroes convicted of misdemeanors. And a bill for the relief of families of soldiers within the lines or power of the enemy. Mr. Newman, of Mason, offered a resolution for appropriating $5,000,000 for the benefit of Virginia soldiers in the Confederate service, or who may have been honorably discharged from the service, and for the families of those who may have died or been killed in the service. Mr. Christian, of Middlesex, proposed a resolution for preventing by law the traffic fin gold and sliver and in the currency of the United States during the war. The committee appointed to inform Gov. Smith and Lieut-Gov. Price of their election announced the performance of that duty, so far as the Governor was concerned, and that they had addressed Lieut. Gov. upon the subject, he being inaccessible to them in person. A bill was passed to authorize the admission of wills to record upon proof of the handwri