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f Hugh Crolly and Patrick McCane. Bill Passed.--The bill providing compensation to jurors serving on inquests in the counties of New Kent, Charles City, James City, York, Warwick and Elizabeth City, and also the cities of Williamsburg and Norfolk, was passed. Resolutions of Inquiry.--The following resolutions of inquiry were presented and appropriately referred: By Mr. Nash, of amending the 54th section of chapter 85 of the Code of Virginia, respecting the estates of lunatics; by Mr. Thomas, of F., of reporting bill 433 of last session, providing for the relief D. Lipscomb; by Mr. Brannon, of reporting a bill for the issue of bonds of the Commonwealth of Virginia, to Franklin Torry, in lieu of bonds owned by him and lost by the burning of the steamer Austria, and for payment of the interest due 1st January, 1859, and since that time; by the same, of reporting a bill to protect the interests of the Commonwealth and other stockholders of internal improvement companies in the St
Infirmary of St. Francis De sales, Brooke avenue, Richmond Va. --Conducted by the Sisters of Charity Patients of all denominations, not having small-pox or any other contagious disease, are received. Any physician may send his patients to the Infirmary and attend them. White persons, in private rooms, pay from $7 to $12 per week, and in wards $6. Colored persons $5 per week. Physicians and Surgeons.--Doctors St. G. Peachy, D. Thomas, J. S. Dorsey Cullen. se 5--ts