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n motion of Mr. Thompson, it was Resolved, That a committee of three be appointed to wait upon the Governor and in form him that the Senate is now organized and ready to receive any communication from him. Committee--Messrs. Thompson, Robertson, and Neeson. The Committee performed the duty assigned them, and the Governor communicated his message, which was laid upon the table and 1,000 copies ordered to be printed. Prayer. On motion of Mr. Dickenson, of Prince Edward, as forcibly taken from the Sheriff of the county and put to death by some citizens of said county. Petitions. By Mr. Spitter, of Page: A petition of citizens of Page county, passing that a license tax be refunded A. B. Shenk. By Mr. Robertson, of Richmond: A memorial of the Common Council of the city of Richmond, for the legalization of small notes issued by the Corporation. Referred to the appropriate committees. On motion of Mr. Thompson, the Senate adjourned to meet a
inted the following select committee, on motion of Mr. Barbour, relative to certain vacant seats in the House: Messrs. Forbes, McCamant, Hunter, Burks, Steger, Baskerville, Sanders, of Franklin, and Richardson. Petitions presented. By Mr. Robertson--Memorial of the City Council of Richmond, asking that their issue of small notes may be legalized. By Mr. Steger--Of Retry R. Jones, Clerk of the Penitentiary, asking an increase of salary. Several other petitions of a private charssary on the part of Virginia in order to effect the most speedy construction of said road. Resolutions of Inquiry. The appropriate committees, when appointed, were instructed to inquire into the expediency of sundry propositions; By Mr. Robertson, of refunding to D. H. Maury, R. M. T. Hunter, and others money paid on account of erroneous assessment of taxes; by Mr. Evans, of allowing the claim of Major R. D. Billups, of Matthews, his account for services rendered; by Mr. Anderson, of