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Dulaney offered a resolution providing that hereafter no member of the Senate shall speak over ten minutes on any one subject. The resolution was adopted. Mr. Keen, of Pittsylvania, offered the following resolution, which, under the rules, lies over: "Resolved, That all the testimony taken by, and now in the possessio works and shipped, or sought to be shipped, therefrom, be placed in the possession of the Senate, and that the same be printed for the use of the Senate." Mr. Keen also offered a resolution requesting the President of the Virginia and Tennessee railroad to furnish to the Senate a copy of all letters from his letter-book toun the hands of the Clerk two days before being sent to the House of Delegates was rescinded for the remainder of the present session, on motion of Mr. Hart. Mr. Keen, of Pittsylvania, arose to a personal explanation in relation to a card, over the signature of Mr. Collier, of Petersburg, which appeared in the Enquirer of this