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t & Co., for an adequate supply of salt. The bill to provide for the public defence by the impressment of negroes to work on the fortifications, with a substitute therefore substituting free negroes for slaves, was disagreed to and a committee of Conference, to meet a committee from the House on the same subject, was appointed. Mr. Nash asked leave to introduce a bill incorporating the Richmond Importing and Exporting Company which was read twice and ordered to be engrossed. Mr. Newman introduced a resolution instructing the Committee for Courts of Justice to inquire what further legislation is necessary by the imposition of heavier fines and penalties to effectually suppress gambling. The tax bill was called up by Mr. Brannon and made the order of the day for Wednesday at noon, the consideration of the bill to continue from day to day until disposed of. On the motion of Mr. Hart that the Senate go into secret session, an interesting side play of sharp words en