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The Legislature. In the Senate yesterday, there was but little business to transact. A joint resolution from the House in regard to the accounts of the Public Printer, was referred to the Finance Committee. The Committee on Privileges and Elections reported that the following gentlemen had been duly elected to fill vacancies at late special elections: J. J. Graham, vice Lt. Col. Peters, resigned; E. T. Taylor, vice John Seddon, deceased; Wm. Mahone, vice W. E. Taylor, resigned; Andrew Hunter, vice E. L. Moore, resigned. Laid on the table. The joint Committee of Conference, on the disagreement of the two Houses on the bill for the relief of soldiers' families residing within the lines or under the control of the enemy, reported a recommendation that the House recede from its amendment. A bill in regard to compensation to the pages and porters, clerk of Salt Committee, &c., communicated from the House, was passed. Adjourned. In the House, the bill to pro
A Singular theft. --On Saturday evening last an infant, about twelve months old, was found lying on Main street, near the bridge which crosses Shockoe creek, and kindly taken into the family of a Mr. Taylor, living in the neighborhood, where it was cared for till yesterday morning, when a lady, one of the nurse at the small pox hospital, called upon them and claimed it as her own. She stated that while she was waiting upon some patients a soldier entered her apartment and took from its cradle the little urchin. Doubtless the fellow had gone there to steal something more useful, if not more valuable; but, failing of success, and not caring to leave empty handed, he, therefore, pitched upon the baby as the most profitable article he could carry off.