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, and shall be found loitering and residing therein, and shall follow no labor, trade, occupation or business, and have no visible means of subsistence, and can give no reasonable account of themselves or their business in such a place." Mr. Garnett, from the Committee on Propositions and Grievances, reported back Senate bill to amend and extend the charter of the Midlothian Coal Mining Company, with an amendment, which was concurred in, and the bill passed. Mr. Graham, from the Commpracticable period, if they deem it expedient, a proposition, to be submitted to the State and people of West Virginia, for the accomplishment of the purpose indicated in the first resolution." Mr. Woodson advocated his resolutions. Mr. Garnett moved to lay the resolutions upon the table. The people of West Virginia had separated from us, and he was in favor of letting them go. His constituency were opposed to letting them come back, even if they so desired. Mr. Patterson was f
of the House, on Public Printing: Messrs. Waddell, Dunnington, Word, Leawell, Jones, Watkins, Merritt, Browning and Dickenson. Also, the following Select Committee on the Re-union of the State of Virginia: Messrs. Woodson, Robertson, Ellis, Garnett, Patterson, A. J. Clarke, Pendleton, Wall and Kellam. Mr. Joynes, from the Committee on Courts of Justice, reported back adversely the resolution relative to imposing fines on Justices of the Peace for not attending terms of their counts. roviding for staying the collection of debts for a limited period." A large number of amendments, sufficient to make the bill a new measure, were offered and received by the Speaker for consideration at the proper time; When, on motion of Mr. Garnett, the further consideration of the subject was postponed and the temporary stay law, previously ordered to its engrossment, and a copy of which is published above, was taken up and passed. Mr. Watkins moved that the general stay law be pos
. --The Herald's Richmond correspondent says there is a strong feeling among the "pure Virginians" in the Legislature in favor of going into an election of United States Senators. But the majority fear the powers at Washington. J. R. Tucker, R. M. T. Hunter, Governor Peirpoint, General Strother, John M. Botts, C. H. Lewis, A. H. H. Stuart, J. B. Baldwin and L. C. P. Cowper are, according to this correspondent, the candidates. Mr. Grattan, ("the leader of the House,") Mr. Sewell and Mr. Garnett are for Hunter and Tucker; Mercier, Stearns and Lemosy for Botts; Gilmer for Peirpoint.-- "Messrs. Segar and Underwood do not seem to have any friends in either House, though they deserve many." [We give this gossip for what it is worth. It is surely new to us.] The correspondent of the New York Times writes that a growing sentiment exists here in favor of so altering the Constitution of Virginia as to make the possession of a certain amount of property and a knowledge of the a
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