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, with the following result — ayes 13, noes 97. Mr. Burwell, of Bedford, moved to strike out $4,000, in the second section of the bill, which is the amount fixed in the bill as the salary of the Secretary of the Commonwealth, but the motion was rejected by a decided majority. After some discussion the bill was put upon its passage, and the ayes and noes being called, resulted as follows — ayes 88, noes 22. So the bill was agreed to. A resolution was offered by Mr. Haymond, of Marion, which was adopted, instructing the Committee on Courts of Justice to inquire into the expediency of providing by law for the protection of soldiers' families, so as to prevent their dispossession of tenements occupied by them during the war. A communication was received from the Governor with reference to the Central Lunatic Asylum, which was referred. The order of the day — the bill to reorganize the militia of the Commonwealth — was then taken up, and continued under considerat