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ernment may deem best to observe them voluntarily. This last resolution elicited considerable discussion, which was participated in by Messrs. Russell, Moore, Lyons, Miles, and others; after which, Mr. Miles, of S, C., offered a resolution that the resolution now before the House, and all bills and resolutions relating to resist the efforts of the invading enemy to subjugate these States and to exterminate the loyal people thereof. Referred to Committee on Military Affairs. Mr. Lyons, of Va, presented two memorials from citizens of Henrico county, in regard to losses sustained from our troops; also, a memorial from druggists of Richmond, and from a mining company, asking for a change in the exemption laws.--Referred to Military Committee. Mr. Lyons, from the Committee on Public Buildings, said that the ball for the use of the House was nearly prepared, and that it would be necessary to give up the room at present occupied before the assembling of the Virginia Legi