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General Assembly of Virginia. Senate. Tuesday, December 19, 1865. The Senate met at the usual hour. There was no prayer this morning. Dr. Duncan, the chaplain for the week, failed again to come, and the lambs of the flock of the Senate of Virginia went without prayers. On motion of Mr. Lee, of Orange, the following bill was called up: "A bill to Repeal all Acts and Parts of Acts Heretofore passed and now in Existence in Relation to the Status of Slaves and free negroes, and to Legalize to Legalize the Testimony of Freedmen. "1. Be it enacted by the General Assembly of Virginia, That all acts and parts of acts heretofore passed, and now in force by reason of any previous legislation of Virginia, in relation to slavery, slaves and free negroes, be, and the same are hereby, repealed. "2. That hereafter all persons named and embraced in the preceding section may and shall be allowed to testify in all suits and controversies in law and equity in which p