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sed to amend the bill by including Petersburg, Lynchburg and Charlottesville, sustaining his amendment in a speech of about twenty minutes, during which he expressed himself as opposed to the measure generally. The amendment was opposed by Mr. Neeson at considerable length, during which he produced cogent reasons why the bill, as reported from the committee, should pass. The subject was further discussed, in opposition, by Messrs. Nash, of Chesterfield, and Collier, of Petersburg; and appointment of a committee of three to propose to the Senate a suitable response to the answer given by the Federal Government to the Commissioners sent by the Confederate States to treat for peace. The resolution was agreed to, and Messrs. Guy, Neeson and Lewis were appointed as the committee. On motion of Mr. Marshall, the Senate then went into secret session, House of Delegates. The House met at 12 M. and went immediately into secret session on the unfinished business of yeste