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emedies can be used, it is always better to resort to them for redress for grievances." The correspondence created some debate, and the same was referred to the Committee on Confederate Rotations. Committee Bills Reported--By Mr. Coghill: A bill to relation to the mode of transfer and issuing of new certificates of stock in chartered companies. Read the first time. An act establishing an election precinct at Mill Swamp Meeting House, in the county of Isle of Wight. Resolutions--Mr. Wiley introduced a resolution looking to the holding of evening sessions after Monday; and Mr. Coghill another, as a substitute, recommending an earlier meeting of the body daily — at 10 o'clock. Both resolutions were laid upon the table. The Impressment resolutions coming up, were, after some debate referred to a special committee. The Tobacco bill, or rather the substitute there for, coming up at 1 o'clock, as the order of the day, on motion of Mr. Quisenberry, the Senate went into s