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to be vacated. The report of the committee and the substitute were, on motion of Mr. Colliner, laid on the table. Special exemption. Mr. Christian, of Middlesex, offered the following joint resolution: Whereas, the county of Middlesex is so much exposed to the depredations of the enemy, because of its geographical position; and whereas, the said county has contributed prior to the proclamation of the Governor so large a proportion of its people to the volunteer service of thep in proper subjection. the large number of slaves in said county, and to guard the boats to keep said slaves from escaping to the vessels of the enemy: Therefore, be it. Resolved, That the small remnant of militiamen from said county of Middlesex now in the town of Fredericksburg without arms and other necessary equipments, &c., be released from the operations of the proclamation of the Governor of March, 1862. The rule requiring the resolution to lay over, being, on motion of Mr.