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at a quorum of the Senate is not in attendance, the President shall immediately cause the roll of members to be called by the Clerk, whose duty it shall be to request the reporters to publish in the daily papers of this city, on the next day thereafter, in the report of the proceedings of the Senate, the fact that no quorum was present, and the names of the members present and of those absent, unless otherwise ordered by a majority of those present. The bill increasing the salary of Joseph Jackson, Clerk of accounts in the office of the Auditor of Public Accounts, was called up by Mr. Thomas, of Fairfax, and on his motion was made the order of the day for Monday next. The bill to prevent shooting and trespassing on Sunday was taken up, on motion of Mr. Garnett. Various amendments were rejected, and one offered by Mr. Coghill, was adopted, providing that the bill shall go into effect in such counties and corporations only as may adopt the same by the Courts thereof. The bill
eans, 13; Fair Mobile, 13½. No other quotations given. The stock of Cotton in Liverpool is 479,000 bales, of which 178,000 are American. At London on the 21st February, the increase in the bullion in the Bank of England was reported to be £148,000. New York, March 5.--The Herald of this morning says that affairs on the Potomac are quiet. The late Foreign news states that Earl Russell expresses himself satisfied about the sinking of the stone fleet in the Charleston harbor. The Herald's Paris correspondent says that the Emperor Napoleon is the enemy of the Union cause, and will show it after he humbles England in Mexico. American stocks are unchanged in London. The French troops will not leave Rome. The difficulty between Austria and Prussia is widening daily. Washington, March 4.--Gen. Banks's forces occupied Martinsburg on yesterday, without opposition. It is believed that Gen. "Stone-Wall" Jackson is at Winchester with a strong force.