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meetings yesterday.great enthusiasm of the people.addresses by the Hons. R. M. T. Hunter, Secretary Benjamin, and others. The largest and most enthusiastic meete counsel as to our future. At a few minutes past 12 o'clock, Mr. R. M. T. Hunter, President of the meeting, attended by Mr. J. P. Benjamin, Secretary of State; was in attendance, played the Marseilles Hymn. At the conclusion of the air, Mr. Hunter, the President, requested that no calls might be made for speakers, as their e duly announced in the order in which they were to address the meeting. Mr. Hunter then said: Having called you to order, it is proper that I should explaat laughter.] We had already heard on the streets of the fine dinners Stephens, Hunter and Campbell were getting in Washington, when, lo and behold, it turned out thaom his closet. The King came to greet his friends, [turning to the chairman, Mr. Hunter,] of whom, I suppose, he "had heard tell of before." The Prime Minister came
, That in future it shall be the duty of the Clerk of the Senate, in reckoning the pay of members, to allow for such time only as Senators are in attendance on their duties, unless they be detained by sickness or other unavoidable cause. " Mr. Hunter offered a resolution providing for going into secret session each day hereafter at one o'clock, which was discussed by Messrs. Hunter, Marshall, Johnson; and afterwards, on motion of Mr. Johnson, was laid on the table. Joint resolutions, aMessrs. Hunter, Marshall, Johnson; and afterwards, on motion of Mr. Johnson, was laid on the table. Joint resolutions, adopted by the House of Delegates, in honor of the death of Brigadier- General Pegram, and providing for the appointment of a joint committee of ten on the part of the Senate and twenty on the part of the House of Delegates to attend his funeral, were read and adopted, the rules being suspended for that purpose. On motion (at 1 o'clock), the Senate resolved into secret session. Note.--We are requested to state that Colonel Dillard, of Sussex, is detained from his seat in the Senate in c