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the Courts for that purpose. The rules having been suspended, the bill was passed to its third reading, when Mr. Wickham proposed to amend by interpreting a clause referring the action of the Courts to the voters of the counties in which such action was taken. The amendment gave rise to considerable discussion, in which Messrs. Wickham, August, Dickinson of Prince Edward, Coghill, Townes, and various others, participated, when Mr. Wickham withdrew his amendment, and MrMr. Wickham withdrew his amendment, and Mr. Thomas, of Fairfax, offered an amendment as an independent section, providing that the counties and corporations accepting the provisions of the bill shall preserve the arms received, and return them when applied for by the proper authority. hich were referred. Resolutions of Inquiry.--The following resolutions of inquiry were presented and referred: By Mr. Wickham, of reporting a bill to take the sense of the people of Henrico upon authorizing the County Court to make a loan for t