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reported from the Finance Committee with a substitute, and after some discussion, on motion of Mr. Winston the bill was laid upon the table until to-morrow, in order to give members time to examine into the merits of the respective bills. Mr. Tomlin presented a voluminous response of the President of the Virginia and Tennessee railroad to a resolution of the House calling for certain information concerning the transportation of salt, etc., which documentary response was, on motion of Mr. TMr. Tomlin, referred to the Joint Committee on Salt. The joint resolution of the Senate in relation to an additional track to the Piedmont railroad was passed by the House without amendment. Mr. Burwell called for business in its order on the calendar, and the bill appropriating forty- eight thousand dollars to the Virginia Military Institute was taken up, when 1 o'clock--the hour for the consideration of the secret calendar — arrived, and the doors were closed. When the doors re-opene
ere summoned to show cause why they should not be fined for permitting water to escape from their hydrants.--Some of the parties were fined and others were dismissed. The following negroes were ordered to be whipped: Ellick, slave of Aaron Jeffries, charged with trespassing upon the premises of Peter Reynolds and stealing therefrom one pair of shoes and one pair of stockings; Charles, slave of Philip Jones, charged with felony; Jessie, slave of William H. Jones, arrested with a parcel of meat in his possession supposed to be stolen; and Henry Byrd, free negro, for assaulting and beating Minerva Byrd, his wife. The cases of John, slave of Bentley Wicker; Peter, slave of — Tyler; Aaron, slave of Neil McCurdy; George, slave of Mrs, Goodwin; Edwin, slave of Alfred Dickinson; Peter, slave of Mrs. Tomlin; William, slave of Mrs. Gouldin, and Emma, slave of Mrs. Susan Brady, charged with attempting to, and aiding in the escape of slaves to the enemy, were continued until Tuesday.