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ot, Fenton, Fessenden, Fisher, Franchor, Frank, Gooch, Goodwin, Granger, Gurley, Haight, Hall, Hanchett, Harrison, Hooper, Horton, Hutchins, Julian, Kelley, Kellogg, (Mich.,) Killinger, Lansing, Lehman, Loomis, Lovejoy, McKnight, McPherson, Mitchell, Morehead, Morrill (Me.,) Morrill (Vt.,) Nixon, Odell, Olin, Patton, Phelps (Cal.,) Pike, Pomeroy, Porter, Potter, Rice (Mass.,) Rice (Me.,) Riddle, Rollins (N. H.,) Sargeant, Sheffield, Shellabarger, Sherman, Sloan, Spaulding, Stevens, Stration, Thomas (Mass.,) Train Trowbridge, Vanhorn, Van-Valkenburg, Verr Wallace, Walton (Vt.,) Wheeler, White (ind.,) Wilson, and Windom. Mr. Roscoe Conkling, of N. Y., moved to reconsider the vote, and to lay that motion on the table; which was agreed to. The bill was then lead a second time, and, on motion of Mr. Roscoe Conkling, referred to the Committee of the Whole on the state of the Union, the rules requiring all bills making appropriations to be thus referred for consideration. The Hou
tions. Messrs. West & Johnston have just published the "Life of James W. Jackson, of Alexandria," who slayed the Yankee Colonel Elisworth upon his removal of the Confederate flag from the roof of the Marshall House, kept by Jackson. He was immediately afterwards killed by the Yankee soldiers who attended their Colonel when he ascended to the top of the House. He is properly styled the first martyr in the cause of independence. This history of his life has received the approval of Henry W. Thomas, Esq., First Auditor of Virginia, who was a brother-in-law of the lamented hero. He says that the author has "portrayed graphically and truthfully the many stirring incidents in his truly wonderful career." The book is published for the benefit of the Jackson family. We have received from Messrs. West & Johnston a small volume entitled, "Manual of Arms for Heavy Infantry, with Loadings and Firings," issued from the press of Evans & Cogswell, Charleston. A work appropriate to the
a place of resort by lewd characters. Security in $150 for her good behavior was required of her. Louis Kupers, brought up for assaulting his wife, was let off, the complainant not making her appearance. Henry, son of Mrs. Sarah Corr; Thomas, son of Mrs. Turpin, and Thomas, son of Mrs. Hollins, for throwing stones in the street and at the house of Mrs. Epstein. The mothers of the two Tommies were fined each three dollars for the exploits of the lads. Wm. H. Thompson, arrested fThomas, son of Mrs. Hollins, for throwing stones in the street and at the house of Mrs. Epstein. The mothers of the two Tommies were fined each three dollars for the exploits of the lads. Wm. H. Thompson, arrested for assaulting Georgiana Blythe, was discharged after an examination. Philip, slave of Wm. Pritchard, was examined for feloniously possessing himself of $205 in bank notes, the property of Major-General Whiting. The proof was direct, and the Mayor committed the offender for trial before the Hustings Court on the second Monday in May next. Joseph, slave of Wm. Whitmark, convicted of stealing one pair of shoes from Stokes's Hotel, was ordered 25, and to stand committed until called for b