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Wythe (Virginia, United States) (search for this): article 3
The Legislature. In the Senate on Saturday, the joint committee appointed for the purpose, reported an address to the Virginia soldiers in the Confederate service. A joint resolution was adopted by both houses, extending the session of the General Assembly until Thursday next. A bill amending the act authorizing the construction of the Wytheville and Grayson turnpike, and to make branched thereof to the lead mines of Wythe county and Hiflabero', in Graysoff county. The consideration of the salt question was resumed and the discussion continued. The resolutions reported were adopted with a slight amendment. Adjournment. In the House, there was but little done, beside considering the salt question. A Senate hill authorizing the Court of appeals to held its sessions at places other than Lewisburg, was passed. Also, a bill providing for county levies. The order of the day — the consideration of the report of the joint committee on salt — was resumed a