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rporate the Mutual Lite Insurance Company of Lynchburg, was passed, with an amendment. Senatorial vacancies. The resolutions submitted some days ago by Mr. Neeson, providing for an election by the Senate, to fill vacancies in the 46th and 50th Senatorial Districts, were taken up as the order of the day. Mr. Neeson adMr. Neeson addressed the Senate in support of his propositions. Mr. Robertson could not consent that propositions which, in his opinion, involved a violation of the Constitution, should be passed over without further consideration. He therefore submitted a motion to lay the resolutions upon the table. The Senate refused to agree to the motion — ayes 15, noes 20. The constitutional question involved was discussed by Messrs. Johnson, Neeson, Robertson, Newton, and Thomas, of Henry. The vote was then taken on the first resolution, and it was rejected. Mr. Robertson moved the indefinite postponement of the remainder of the series.--Agreed to — yea