on the bill.--The amendment was rejected — Ayes 9, noes 107.
Mr. Anderson's amendment was then adopted, and, on his motion, the bill was sent back to the Senate.
Afterwards, a message was received from the Senate, through Mr. Brannon, that it had receded from their amendments, and agreed to the passage of the Bank bill as passed by the House.
Bills Passed.--Amending the charter of Sir John's Run Turnpike Company; changing the time of holding the Circuit Courts in the town of Danville; authorizing the sale of real estate belonging to Ebenezer Academy; incorporating the Staunton Arms and Ordnance Department; for paying Virginia Commissioners to President and seceding States; for the relief of Geo. W. Tucker, of Halifax co.
Resolutions.--The following resolutions of inquiry were offered: By Mr. Hoffman, of refunding excess of merchants license improperly paid; by Mr. Barbour, of relieving the Sheriff of Culpeper from certain fines, &c.; by Mr. Richardson, of allowing