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General Assembly of Virginia Thursday, March 26 Senate.--The Senate met at 10 o'clock A. M. The President, Lieut. Governor Montague, in the chair. The House of Delegates asked for a Committee of Conference in the matters of disagreement be tween the two Houses in relation to the transfer of the State prisoners to the Confederate Government. On a motion of Mr. Neeson to remove the injunction of secretary from certain proceedings of the Legislature in regard to the State Line, the Senate went into secret session. The doors reopened, and Mr. Armstrong offered a resolution, in effect, that when the Senate adjourns to-day it adjourn to meet on Saturday morning at 10 o'clock. Held on the table. Agreeably to request, the House returned to the Senate the bill to incorporate the Stonewall Water Power and Manufacture Company of Richmond, heretofore reflected by the Senate. The bill was reconsidered and tabled. The House reported that body had agreed to th
Mayor's Court, Thursday, March 26 --The care against Sufactough Carrier charged with selling, for two thousand dollars, a Petersburg free negro as a slave, was called, but on account of the absence of a material witness was continued. John, slave of Henry Connors, was ordered a whipping for stealing $65 from Taylor, slave of John H. Bawen. Hausford Jenkins, free, got 20 inches for making way with a blanket belonging to Payton Carrington. Charles Pryor, free, from Fredericksburg and Martha Hewitt, do, from Goochland were put in jail for being in the city contrary to law. Lewis, slave of Jar. M. Wilde charged with stealing three blankets, one bolster case, and piano cover, from Barwell Crump, was acquitted. Pat McGarry, drunk and lying on the side walk, and Henry Taylor, drunk and lying in the gutter, were admonished and let off. Lucy Arm Melton, white was required to give security to keep the peace for making a belligerent demonstration against Lucia
Latest from Fort Pemberton. Mobile, March 26. --The Appeal of the 24th, has a letter, dated Fort Pemberton, 21st, which says: The occasional booming of cannon up the river tells us our boys are after the Yankees. The Chillicothe is left almost a wreck. Her quarter gunner's body has been found, killed by a shot from our heavy guns, after passing through the boat's iron mail. General Loring calls the engagement the Battle of Tallahantable. The Appeal says the reputes of the enemy in their attempt to enter Sunflower river has been definitely ascertained. The fleet was driven back, and a number of their barges captured. The enemy are reported to have made another advance against Fort Pemberton, with increased strength. Every effort will be made to defeat them, as the importance of holding the position seems to be appreciated by our authorities.
Capture of Yankees. Savannah, March 26. --Two Captains and six privates, of the 48th New York regiment, were captured by our men yesterday morning in a boat, whilst in route from Fort Pulaski to Ossaboro A large paper and letter mail was also captured.
From Florida Savannah March 26. --The Yankees came out of Jacksonville three miles yesterday, burnt houses and store up several miles of railroad. We opened fire, and they hurried off They are coming out again to-day and a considerable fight is expected.