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d, elected temporary Sergeant-at-Arms, in place of John A Jordan, detained at home by indisposition. The salary of Mr. Seruggs was fixed at $30 per week. The Message of the Governor having been sent in, its reading was dispensed with. On motion of Mr. Christian, of Augusta, 500 extra copies were ordered to be printed. A communication was received from the House of Delegates, transmitting the joint resolution adopted by that body for the election of a Senator to succeed Hon. William Ballard Preston on Tuesday, January 13th. The resolution was agreed to. A communication was read from E Hunter Tallaferro, resigning his position as Doorkeeper of the Senate on account of a desire to enter the army, and a banking the Senate for the unanimous vote by which he was elected. The communication was laid on the table. An application for increased pay was received and read from the Secretary of the Commonwealth, First and Second Auditors, Treasurer, Adjutant-General. Register