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sburg.--Francis Major, Lewis Lunsford, Jno. Kevan. Pittsylvania.--William M. Treadway, Dr. Martin, George H. Gilmer. Pocahontas.--William J. Wooddell, William McLaughlin, Paul McNeal. Powhatan.--William W. Michaux, Benjamin W. Finney, James Gordon. Prince Edward.--Branch J. Worsham, J. W. Womack Frank D. Redd. Prince William.-- --. Pulaski.--John G. Cocil, Uriah Vermillion, Harvey A. Jamison. Prince George.--R. M. Harrison, George W. Rowland, George E. Rives. Randolph.--J. W. Marshall, David Goff, E. Hutton. Rappahannock.--Thomas B. Massie, Robert A. Whitescarver, Lewis Botts. Richmond City.--E. A. J. Clopton, George W. Munford, Thomas W. McCance. Roanoke.--George P. Tayloe, Colonel G. B. Board, Giles Barnett. Rockbridge.--John Letcher, John W. Brockenbrough, James J. White. Russell.--E. R. Bayler, Dr. Eastwardly, James A. Beckly. Raleigh county.--John H. Anderson, William Prince, William Ferguson. Scott.--Thomas W. Carter, William Nash, James O. Woo
ield, and not for service in the local defence.] The Chair laid before the House a communication from the President, informing them that he had returned, with his approval, an act "to regulate the business of conscription," and recommending that the eighth section, providing for the appointment of a board of surgeons to examine and finally discharge from service persons permanently disabled, be repealed or modified. Referred to the Special Committee on Impressments. Joint resolution of thanks to, and for the relief of, Major Gaspar Tochman, formerly of the Polish army, was considered and passed. Mr. Miles, from the Committee on Military Affairs, reported favorably a Senate bill to extend an act "to graduate the pay of general officers," approved June 10, 1864. Passed. Also, a resolution calling for the printing of the report of the operations of General J. E. Johnston. Agreed to. On motion of Mr. Marshall, the House took a recess until half-past 7 o'clock.