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The Legislature. In the Senate, yesterday, the bill for the relief of the families of soldiers in the lines of the enemy was returned from the House with amendments, one of which increases the appropriation to $1,000,000. Referred. The Governor communicated the application of the Messrs. Bibb, who had hired negro convicts, and whose contract had been annulled. Appropriately referred. The Committee on Confederate Relations, to whom had been referred so much of the Governor's Message as relates to the liability of the Confederate Government for negroes hired on fortifications, reported and recommended the passage of joint resolutions instructing our Representatives in Congress to use their endeavors to procure the passage by Congress of a law acknowledging and asserting the liability aforesaid. The committee to investigate the charges against F. A. Winston, of Floyd county, reported that the evidence before them did not show that he had violated the laws of the Common