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to remove the same beyond the reach and the control of the Government of the State. The matter was fully discussed by Messrs. Douglass, Avoust, Thompson and Neeson, in favor, and Messrs. Thomas, of Fairfax, Wickham, and Carter against it. Motions were made to lay the resolution and substitute on the table, and refer. his State. Mr. Douglass stated that the arms are not now for sale, and therefore moved to lay the bill on the table, and again take up the resolution. Mr. Neeson favored the motion, and would follow it up with a motion to refer the resolution to the Committee on Military Affairs, with instructions to report a bill for theizure and condemnation of the arms. The resolution was then called up, when Mr. Wickham offered a substitute similar to the resolutions of the House. Mr. Neeson modified his motion by merely moving a reference to the Committee, instructing them to report such action as they deem expedient. The motion was agreed to.