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e delegates to be elected by the people pending an armistice. The resolutions are based on the presumption of a corresponding action on the part of the United States Government, and the Virginia General Assembly is invited to appoint five commissioners to meet similar commissioners from the North. The introduction of the resolutions elicited a sharp debate, and the same were indefinitely postponed by a vote of one hundred and one ayes to two noes--Messrs. Miller, of Lee, and Smith, of Russell, voting against the indefinite postponement. Mr. Duval offered a resolution in regard to the filling of the vacancy in the judgeship of the eighteenth judicial circuit, made vacant by the death of Judge David McComas. Mr. Hunter, of Berkeley, offered a resolution inviting legislation on the subject of desertion and the unlawful evasion of military duty, making both infamous crimes, and disfranchising those found guilty of them. Mr. Baskerville introduced a resolution recommen
Two Hundred Dollars reward. --The above reward will be paid for the apprehension and delivery to me, in Richmond, of a woman named Frances, belonging to Mr. P. H. Russell. Said woman absconded from Mrs. Pegram's about the latter part of November, and has not been heard of since then. She is medium-sized and of dark complexion; no marks recollected. E. D. Eacho, Agent for P. H. Russell. ja 10--1w. Two Hundred Dollars reward. --The above reward will be paid for the apprehension and delivery to me, in Richmond, of a woman named Frances, belonging to Mr. P. H. Russell. Said woman absconded from Mrs. Pegram's about the latter part of November, and has not been heard of since then. She is medium-sized and of dark complexion; no marks recollected. E. D. Eacho, Agent for P. H. Russell. ja 10--1w.