reat length, and finally laid on the table until Monday.
Adjourned to Monday, at 10 o'clock A. M.
House of Delegates.--The House met 11 o'clk Prayer by St. Rev. Bishop Harly.
The Senate returned House bill imposing taxes for the present fiscal year, with amendments, which were read and ordered to be printed.
Senate resolutions authorizing the Governor to transfer to the Confederate Government all prisoners captured by the State troops, except those held as hostages for Col. Zarrous and others, were taken up, and laid upon the table.
The bill incorporating the Old Dominion Navigation Company of the city of Richmond was taken up read a first, second, and third time, and passed.
Senate bill for the relief of Jas. M. Laidley and Thos. S. A. Matthews was read a second and third time and passed.
On motion of Mr. Moland, the bill amending and re-enacting an act extending the jurisdiction of county Courts in certain cases — which provides that in counties whe