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se the capital stock of the Elk River Turnpike Company; House bill incorporating the Gilmer Oil and Manufacturing Company, in the county of Gilmer; an act amending certain acts concerning the town of Port Royal, in the county of Caroline; a bill to amend an act entitled "an act to incorporate the Richmond and York River Railroad--[the object of this bill is to legalize the purchase and running of steamboats in connection with the road;] a bill to protect the interests of the Commonwealth, and others, in railroad and steamboat companies in this State, in the two lines between Baltimore and Weldon; House bill to amend the act incorporating the Lewisburg Female institute; House bill entitled "an act to amend an act passed March 27, 1858, incorporating the town of Frankfort, in Greenbrier county;" House bill authorizing the Clerks of Supreme Courts and the District Courts of Appeals to take orders of publication in vacation. On motion, the Senate adjourned till 10 o'clock to-morrow.
Commissioners to Washington, all of which were ordered to be printed. Several local bills were reported and petitions presented. The Senate agreed to meet hereafter at 10 o'clock M. Among the resolutions of inquiry was one for a bill to incorporate the Baltimore and Fredericksburg Steamboat Company. Bills were passed to legalize the purchase and running of steamboats in connection with the York River Railroad; to protect the interest of the State in railroad and steamboat companies plying between Baltimore and Weldon; also, to authorize Clerks of certain Courts to take orders of publication in vacation. In the House, a number of Senate bills were received, read by title and referred. Two were passed. Among the House bills passed was one incorporating the Richmond City Insurance Company. The secession ordinance of Louisiana and certain resolves of the General Assemblies of Indiana and New York were read and ordered to be printed. The House meets to-day at 11 o'clock.