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der, however, to vindicate the integrity of the members of this body he thought the matter should be investigated Mr. Garnett, of Va., called for the reading of the letter. Mr. Clarke then read an extract of a letter from the tax collectorrney upon a gentleman in Richmond to collect his allowance, and directing him to hand over ten dollars of the money to Col. Garnett as a present for his influence in getting the passage of the bill. Mr. Garnett said that the gentleman aided to iMr. Garnett said that the gentleman aided to in the letter (Col. H. F Garnett,) was a constituent of his, and a distant relative, and he believed as incapable of anything dishonorable as any gentleman on this floor. He hoped there would be an investigation, feeling satisfied that the charges wGarnett,) was a constituent of his, and a distant relative, and he believed as incapable of anything dishonorable as any gentleman on this floor. He hoped there would be an investigation, feeling satisfied that the charges would be refuted as so hers made in this Hall against distinguished citizens of this State had been. Mr. Parkins, of La., was of opinion that the matter was one requiring investigation, and he therefore moved the following resolution: Resol