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e-organizing the Nineteenth regiment. By Mr. Bouldin, from the Committee on Finance.--A bill to authorize the County Court of Augusta to make an additional levy for the support of the soldiers' families. A communication was received from the Governor, enclosing one from the President of the Board of Public Works in response to a resolution of the House calling for reports of the operations at the salt works, etc., which communications were referred to the Committee on Salt. Mr. Matthews offered a resolution creating a joint committee to examine the books and accounts of the commercial agent of Virginia, which was adopted. Mr. Haymond, of Braxton, called up his resolution changing the hour for the assembling of the House from 12 M. to 11 A. M.; and the resolution was lost. Mr. Magruder introduced a resolution making it obligatory upon express, railroad and other transportation companies to give precedence in transportation to goods belonging to the commercial ag