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General Assembly of Virginia. Tuesday, March 3, 1863. Senate.--The Senate met at 11 o'clock A. M., the President of the bed, Mr. Montague, in the chair. The Chair announced in a preliminary remark that Messrs Collier and McKenner, the Senators from Petersburg and Accomac, were absent by reason of personal indisposition. A communication was received from the House announcing the passage of certain Senate bills, with amendments, which were concurred in by the Senate. The act to incorporate the Farmville Insurance Company (a Senate bill passed by the Senate and reported to the House) was reported back with amendments, which were concurred in, and the bill passed finally. The bill to provide representation in the General Assembly for districts in possession of the enemy coming up as the unfinished business of Saturday, Mr. Robertson having the floor spoke at some length, and was replied to in just terms in support of the bill by Mr. Nesson, of Mason. The