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tion was agreed to — ayes noes 7 On motion of Mr Noland, the bill prohibiting the unnecessary distillation of grain into spirituous liquors was read the first and second times and ordered to its engrossment. [The bill imposes a fine of not less than $100 nor more than $5,000, with imprisonment at the discretion of the Court, for each offence — the penalty not to apply to distillation by the Confederate Government for medical purposes of grain heretofore purchased.] On motion of Mr. Tomlin, the bill requiring railroad companies to receive all articles for transportation by weight was taken up and ordered to its engrossment. The consideration of the order of the day — the bill for securing representation in the General Assembly from counties held by the public enemy — was resumed and further amended and discussed until 3 o'clock, at which hour, without disposing of the subject. On motion of Mr. Bouldin, the House took a recess until 7½ o'clock. Evening Sessio