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y licks during the debate. Moved and carried to lay upon the table. It was moved that an ordinance in reference to the election of Members of Congress to the Confederate States be now taken up, and Mr. Bouldin moved to amend. Amendment reported, and on motion carried. It was resolved that the commission of Jno. J. Jackson, as Brigadier General of Virginia, be and the same is hereby annulled. It was moved that unless the Manassas Gap Railroad complete the connection between Strasburg and Winchester, that the Winchester and Potomac Railroad be empowered to do so. Mr. Tredway moved the consideration of an ordinance in relation to disloyal or suspicious persons. An ordinance in regard to traitors and their property was next taken up. It was opposed by Mr. Woods, on the ground of its being too broad. An ordinance involving certain modifications in our laws for the redress of Injuries and the recovery of debts, was laid on the table. Mr. James Barbour th
h. affairs in Floyd county, Ga. Rome, Floyd County, Ga., June 25, 1861. While enclosing another list of subscribers for the Daily Dispatch, permit me, at the special request of one of our most worthy citizens, to return to the ladies of Strasburg his grateful and heartfelt thanks for their kind and motherly attention to his son, young Mr. Johnston, a member of the Light Guards from our city, during his illness at that point. His glowing description of the hospitality of the citizens of Strasburg, and especially the tender nursing and constant attention he received from the ladies, caused his mother to exclaim, "God bless the Virginians. " We feel assured from the true and genuine hospitality of old Virginia, which has become proverbial, that thousands of Southern mother's hearts will be gladdened during the war by its practical exhibition towards their sons, should misfortune overtake them while defending the hearthstones of the mothers of Virginia. A regiment will leav