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report of the Committee on Military Affairs in relation to a resolution of inquiry respecting the troops organized for the defence of the city of Richmond, was taken up and concurred in; the bill imposing taxes for the support of government was made the order of the day for Monday at 12 ½ o'clock; a bill was reported authorizing the Auditor to settle the claims of the Commonwealth against the sureties of J. A. M. Lusk, late sheriff of Rockbridge county; the bill increasing the salary of Joseph Jackson, clerk of accounts in the 1st Auditor's office, was defeated for want of a constitutional majority. Bills were passed incorporating the Bellevue Hospital, in the vicinity of Richmond; reorganizing the 17th and 23th Brigade Virginia Militia; for the relief of the Savings Banks and other corporations of this Commonwealth, and exempting them from the penalties imposed by existing laws for the issue of small notes; declaring a portion of New River a lawful fence; for the relief of Wm. T. Pr
e following account of the evacuation of Winchester, by Gen. Jackson, and its occupation by the enemy: For several dayhem were affowed the honor of a personal interview with Gen. Jackson. On Tuesday, at one o'clock, the enemy at smith ania regiment. Whilst this skirmish was progressing, Gen. Jackson's enfire command was summoned from their camp to the exe highest degree. The gallant and Indomitable "Stonswall" Jackson superintended in person the selection of positions for the Winchester by Col. Ash by's command. On the same day, Gen. Jackson marched to Cedar creek, on the Valley turnpike, sixteenby. That officer has been constantly in the advance of Gen. Jackson's forces, and has displayed skill and courage highly to Large militia reinforcements have been sent forward to Gen. Jackson from the counties of the upper Valley, which, with the men engaged in a cause so holy. Before evacuating, Gen. Jackson succeeded in resoving all his stores, baggage, &c., so