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and value. One of them running through east Carolina, from Weldon to Wilmington, is threatened by Burnside; and the other, leaving this city and passing through Danville, Greensboro', Salisbury, Columbia, and Atlanta, along the Piedmont country that supports the feet of the Alleghenies, though not threatened, and the safest of all our routes, yet lacks a link of forty miles, between Danville and Greensboro', not yet completed. The President, with great sagacity and propriety, urged the completion of this link upon the country in his annual message; but whether Congress has responded to the recommendation by directing the immediate execution of the work, of travel by burning a few wooden bridges. Is it meet that we should subject ourselves to so imminent a hazard without providing the remedy? Ought not this Danville and Greensboro' work to be immediately put in hand and at once completed? Better that the whole industry of a great region of country contiguous to the needed l
diture called for in cases where military companies and regiments are incomplete, but have their full number of staff officers, quartermasters, &c. By Mr. West: Of allowing sheriffs further time for the payment of revenues due from them in March next. By Mr. Gatewood: Of reporting a bill for the relief of James H. Smoot, deputy sheriff of Shenandoah county: By Mr. Buford; Of making compensation to Samuel S. Bryan, for services rendered at the instance of the Hustings Court of Danville. By Mr. McLaughlin: Of constructing a military road from Marking Bottom, in Pocahontas county, to a point in Braxton county. Mr. Anderson, of Botetourt, from the Committee on Military Affairs, reported the following bills: A bill to authorize the organization of ten companies of Rangers, which was read, laid on the table, and ordered to be printed. A bill to authorize payment for clothing furnished to the militia of Roanoke county. Mr. Anderson, of Rockbridge, moved