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The Legislature. The Senate, yesterday, passed House bills incorporating the Tobacco Savings Bank and Farmers' and Mechanics' Insurance Company, of Richmond; also, bill making an appropriation for the removal of Gen.Harry Lee's remains to Virginia, and agreed to House amendments to bill for the relief of the Orange and Alexandria Railroad. Evening sessions were resolved on. A substitute was reported for the joint resolution approving the sale of old arms to Anderson & Co. The bill for the sale and transfer of the James River and Kanawha Canal was passed, receiving the vote of all the members present. Mr. Brannon reported a substitute for the Covington and and Ohio Railroad bill. The House agreed to Senate amendments to the bill for the voluntary enslavement of free negroes, and passed Senate bill exempting the Wheeling and Belmont Bridge from taxation for six years. On motion of Mr. Seddon, Senate joint resolution authorizing the Governor to contract for the manufacture of
Railroad Casualty. Utica, N. Y., March 27. --Wm. Anderson, of the firm of Anderson & Sons, of Hawkinsville, was instantly killed this morning at Holland Patent, in attempting to get on the car of the Black River Railroad while the train was in motion. Railroad Casualty. Utica, N. Y., March 27. --Wm. Anderson, of the firm of Anderson & Sons, of Hawkinsville, was instantly killed this morning at Holland Patent, in attempting to get on the car of the Black River Railroad while the train was in motion.
It is already known that the General Government has called for certain cannon contracted to be made for it by Dr. J. L. Archer, of the Bellona Arsenal. The fact that he had announced his readiness to deliver them, and his intention to do so, are also well known.--Rumors have somehow become current on the streets of Richmond, that the people designed to obstruct the delivery of the guns, by stopping them at this point. Whether they really mean to do so remains to be seen, as the guns have not been brought as far as this city, as yet. The rumors referred to were made the basis of sundry resolutions which were offered in the House of Delegates yesterday, the debate incidental thereto consuming the entire day. Madame rumor has ascribed to the Governor the intention of ordering out the Public Guard or First Regiment, to protect the guns while in transitu through this city, but it is due to the Governor to deny the orthodoxy of his alleged intention. He says he has neither formed a