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strong, of Hampshire, the Senate resolved itself into secret session; after which the doors were thrown open and a motion for adjournment was adopted. House of delegates. The House assembled at noon. Prayer by Rev. Dr. Woodbridge. Mr. Smith, member elect from Amherst, qualified as a member of the House and took his seat. Mr. Miller, of Lee, introduced a preamble and joint resolutions on the subject of peace, recommending separate State action and convention of the Statefive 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. Hu
Wanted to Hire, for the present year, a good Cook, Washer and Ironer. Apply to W. K. Smith, Steward of Third division, Chimborazo Hospital. ja 13--3t*