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greed to — ayes 51, noes 34. The bill was then put upon its passage and adopted — ayes 77, noes 21. On motion of Mr. Anderson, the Report of the committee of conference on the disagreeing vote of the two Houses on the bill to reorganize the militia was taken up, and after a lengthy discussion agreed to by the following vote — ayes 87, noes 19. On motion of Mr. Shackelford, the House bill returned from the Senate for the relief of indigent soldiers and sailors was taken up, and the House determined to insist upon the bill as passed. Mr. Shackelford was appointed to notify the Senate of the action of the House, and to ask a committee of conference on the disagreement between the two Houses. On motion of Mr. Keiley, the bill to increase the compensation of Clerks and Sheriffs for public services was taken up and passed. On motion of Mr. Anderson, the rules were suspended, and the House bill No. 52, to declare who shall be exempt from militia duty, was taken
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The Legislature. In the Senate, on motion of Mr. Coghill, the rules were suspended, and the first joint resolution reported from the House, ratifying the salt contract between the Chairman of the Committee and Stuart, Buchanan & Co., and Chas. Scott & Co., was taken up and agreed to. A bill was also passed making an appropriation for the purchase of salt, as reported from the House. Also, a bill to amend and re-enact the 2d, 5th, and 7th sections of an act to provide for the production and distribution of salt. A bill to authorize the appointment of an inspector of Salt; a bill to authorize the sale and transportation of salt belonging to John N. Clarkson; and a bill to amend and re-enact the 11th section of the act to provide for the production and distribution of salt, were taken up and passed. House bill for the relief of indigent soldiers and sailors of the State of Virginia, which had been sent back to the House with certain amendments by the Senate, and
d by that body with the announcement of its disagreement to the Senate's amendments, was taken up and the Senate refused to recede. The bill to make an additional appropriation of $12,500 to the Virginia Military Institute, to supply a deficiency, was passed. In the House, Senate bill to provide for the trial of friendly suits on petitions, &c., arising in counties in possession of the enemy or threatened with invasion, was taken up and passed. From the Committee on Finance, Mr. Bouldin reported back House bill for the relief of indigent soldiers and sailors, with a recommendation that the amendments of the Senate thereto be not agreed to. On motion of Mr. Pretlow, the resolution to appoint a committee of three to wait on the Governor and request him to make known by proclamation the rights of the citizen under the impressment laws, and their course of procedure for illegal seizures of their property, was taken up. After some discussion, on motion of Mr. Shacke
The Legislature. In the Senate, on motion of Mr. Coghill, the rules were suspended, and the first joint resolution reported from the House, ratifying the salt contract between the Chairman of the Committee and Stuart, Buchanan & Co., and Chas. Scott & Co., was taken up and agreed to. A bill was also passed making an appropriation for the purchase of salt, as reported from the House. Also, a bill to amend and re-enact the 2d, 5th, and 7th sections of an act to provide for the production and distribution of salt. A bill to authorize the appointment of an inspector of Salt; a bill to authorize the sale and transportation of salt belonging to John N. Clarkson; and a bill to amend and re-enact the 11th section of the act to provide for the production and distribution of salt, were taken up and passed. House bill for the relief of indigent soldiers and sailors of the State of Virginia, which had been sent back to the House with certain amendments by the Senate, and
2,500 to the Virginia Military Institute, to supply a deficiency, was passed. In the House, Senate bill to provide for the trial of friendly suits on petitions, &c., arising in counties in possession of the enemy or threatened with invasion, was taken up and passed. From the Committee on Finance, Mr. Bouldin reported back House bill for the relief of indigent soldiers and sailors, with a recommendation that the amendments of the Senate thereto be not agreed to. On motion of Mr. Pretlow, the resolution to appoint a committee of three to wait on the Governor and request him to make known by proclamation the rights of the citizen under the impressment laws, and their course of procedure for illegal seizures of their property, was taken up. After some discussion, on motion of Mr. Shackelford, the consideration of the resolution was indefinitely postponed. Mr. Cowan offered a resolution, which was laid over under the rule, to restrict debate, until the close of the
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tween the Chairman of the Committee and Stuart, Buchanan & Co., and Chas. Scott & Co., was taken up and agreed to. A bill was also passed making an appropriation for the purchase of salt, as reported from the House. Also, a bill to amend and re-enact the 2d, 5th, and 7th sections of an act to provide for the production and distribution of salt. A bill to authorize the appointment of an inspector of Salt; a bill to authorize the sale and transportation of salt belonging to John N. Clarkson; and a bill to amend and re-enact the 11th section of the act to provide for the production and distribution of salt, were taken up and passed. House bill for the relief of indigent soldiers and sailors of the State of Virginia, which had been sent back to the House with certain amendments by the Senate, and returned by that body with the announcement of its disagreement to the Senate's amendments, was taken up and the Senate refused to recede. The bill to make an additional ap
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bill to amend and re-enact the 2d, 5th, and 7th sections of an act to provide for the production and distribution of salt. A bill to authorize the appointment of an inspector of Salt; a bill to authorize the sale and transportation of salt belonging to John N. Clarkson; and a bill to amend and re-enact the 11th section of the act to provide for the production and distribution of salt, were taken up and passed. House bill for the relief of indigent soldiers and sailors of the State of Virginia, which had been sent back to the House with certain amendments by the Senate, and returned by that body with the announcement of its disagreement to the Senate's amendments, was taken up and the Senate refused to recede. The bill to make an additional appropriation of $12,500 to the Virginia Military Institute, to supply a deficiency, was passed. In the House, Senate bill to provide for the trial of friendly suits on petitions, &c., arising in counties in possession of the ene
re, unable to quote any other price for this article than that fixed by the Government, viz: $5. Flour.--There is no supply in the market, the mills being without a pound for sale. In the commission houses, where an occasional barrel may be found, $70 is demanded for extra, and $65 for superfine. Corn Meal.--The only sale we have heard of during the week was at $13 per bushel. Country Produce and Vegetables.--There seems to be a steady advance in all the necessaries of life. Bacon, hog-round, $2.60 to 2.75; Lard $2 to 2.10; Butter $3.75 to 4.00; Eggs $2; Irish Potatoes $8 to 12.00 per bushel; Sweet do. $15 to 17.00 per bushel; Tallow Candles $3.40 to 3.50; Tallow and Wax Candles $4; Salt 50 to 60 cts per lb. Groceries.--The supply in the market is quite limited. Coffee is bringing from $8.50 to 9.00; Sugar, common brown, $3 to 3.25; crushed $4.50 to 5.00; N. O. Molasses $18; Sorghum $12. Liquors.--Whiskey $38 to $40 per gallon; Apple Brandy $34 to $36.
ling at $3; Georgia and South Carolina, buying at $3.25 and selling at $3.50. Stocks and Bonds.--Cotton int. loan, 250; 15 m loan, 195, and firm; 8 per cent. coupons, '68, 106½ to 107½ registered bonds, '81, 113; convertibles, 112; Va., sixes, 206; North Carolina, old issues, 450; North Carolina coupons, old issue, 460 to 465; new issue, 228; Louisiana coupons, old issue, 456; City of Richmond bonds, '75 and '96, 240; Corporation of Alexandria, 185. Grain.--There are no receipts of Wheat to note, except such as is designed for the uses of Government. We are, therefore, unable to quote any other price for this article than that fixed by the Government, viz: $5. Flour.--There is no supply in the market, the mills being without a pound for sale. In the commission houses, where an occasional barrel may be found, $70 is demanded for extra, and $65 for superfine. Corn Meal.--The only sale we have heard of during the week was at $13 per bushel. Country Produce and
$3.40 to 3.50; Tallow and Wax Candles $4; Salt 50 to 60 cts per lb. Groceries.--The supply in the market is quite limited. Coffee is bringing from $8.50 to 9.00; Sugar, common brown, $3 to 3.25; crushed $4.50 to 5.00; N. O. Molasses $18; Sorghum $12. Liquors.--Whiskey $38 to $40 per gallon; Apple Brandy $34 to $36. The City Markets are only fairly supplied, there being nothing like an abundance. Fresh Meats are selling at from $1 to $1.25 per lb., except at the stall of Messrs. Lindsay & Son, who are retailing it at 75 cents; Chickens, $5 to $6 per pair, according to quality; Butter is held at $5 per lb., Sweet Potatoes, $2.50 per half peek; Irish Potatoes, $2 per half peck. Leather.--Sole Leather, $5.50 to $6; Harness do., $5.50 to $6; Upper do., $6.50 to $7. Hides are quoted at $1.50 for dry; $1 for salted green, and 60 for green. Tobacco.--Common article, not sound, 75 to $1.25; medium, pounds and half pounds, $1.50 to $2 for dark; good medium, bright, $2
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