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m Mr. Mass, chairman of the Public Warehouse Investigating Committees; A bill appropriating money for the rebuilding of a portion of the Public Warehouse, destroyed by fire, and to pay for the tobacco burned by the fire at the said warehouse. From the Committee for Courts of Justice: A bill increasing the compensation of Commissioners of the Revenue. At noon the unfinished business, the consideration of the Salt question, was resumed, and brought no nearer conclusion. Mr. Pate, of Boone, offered a joint resolution in relation to the usual bounty money to be paid the non-commissioned officers and privates of the State Line by the Confederate Government in which service they are now employed. At 3 o'clock the Senate took a recess till evening. Evening Session.--The Tax bill war under discussion. The bill is being taken up section by section, of which there are over one hundred in the bill, with amendments. The bill will be gotten through with to morrow (Thursday)
85th Ind; Capt Chas Seaton, co A, 33d Ind, Capt John P , co K, 33d Ind; Capt W A Whitson, co E, 33d Ind; 1st Lt Thomas Grimes, co C, 85th Ind; 1st Lt J S Gregory, co I, 85th Ind; 1st Lt J H Sharman, co A, 85th do; 1st Lt H L Tillottson, co F, 85th do; 1st Lt J W Kingman, co C, 22d Wis; 1st Lt L E Kinney, co H, 33d Ind; 1st Lt J T Flemming, co F, 33d Ind; 1st Lt H C Johnson, co K, 33d Ind; 1st Lt W J Day, co C, 33d Ind; 1st Lt J C , co D. 33d Ind; 1st Lt G D Scott, co I, 33d Ind; 2d Lieut W H Boone, co G, 33d Ind; 2d Lieut E Weringford, co E, 33d Ind; 2d Lieut Jno W Slaughter, co K, 33d Ind; 2d Lieut James Sampson, co A, 33d do; 2d Lieut C E Buel, co C, 22d Wis; 2d Lieut H R Ingraham, co A, 85th Ind; 2d Lieut J B Mye, co B, 22d Wis; 2d Lieut. W S Herbert, co C, 85th Ind; 2d Lieut Jno Gunn, co E, 85th Ind; 2d Lieut Ro Clark, co B, 85th Ind; 2d Lieut C W Finney, co H, 85th Ind; 2d Lieut V S Newmant, co K, 22d Wis. This list comprises 4 Colonels, 2 Lieutenant Colonels, 3 Majors 21 Captain
s. S. Flournoy, 46. For Lieut.-Governor: H. W. Sheffey, 31; J. D. Imboden, 28; S. R. Price, 14.--For Attorney General J. R. Tucker, 70. For Congress: W. C. Wickham, 30; Jas. Lyons, 43. For House of Delegates: Ira L. Bowles; 28; Isaac H. Christian 30; R. L. Hentey, 10, Wm. A. Meanley, 1. Army vote. 51st Va. Regiment.--For Governor: Flournoy 366; Smith, 34; Munford, 26; Wise, 13. For Lieut-Governor: Price, 57; Imboden, 15. State Senate: Montgomery district, Taylor, 376; Coltraine, 19. Congress: 12th district, Edmondson 301,. Staples 145; 13th district, Pres' on 6, McMullen 1. Senate; Peters 7. 36th Va. Regiment.--Governor: Smith, 390; Flournoy, 36; Munford, 8. Lieut. Governor: Imboden, 245; Price, 78; Echo's, 61. Congress; 14th district, Miller 111, Stration 86, 19, Warren 8; 42nd district, Staples 63, Edmondson 67; 43d Senatorial district, Lawson, 117; Barbee, 17; Pate, 11. House of Delegates for Boone, Logan and Wyoming; Barrett, 52, Neighbert, 28; Ferrell, 20.
present member, who is elected Governor. State Senate. Accomac, &c — G T Garrison. Norfolk co., &c — Alex Coke, (reported) Dinwiddie &c — T T Jones. Lunenburg, &c — Asa D Dickinson. Pittsylvania, &c — E F Keen. Franklin, &c — Peter Sanders, sr. Campbell, &c.--Chas H Lynch. Henrico, &c.--John R Garnett. City of Richmond — Geo W Randolph. Fairfax, &c.--Wm H Delany. Louisa, &c--Mr. Guy, (reported) Frederick, &c — Jas H Carson. Bath, &c.--Wm Frazier. Smyth, &c — Wm E Peters. Boone, &c. --Jas Lawson, (reported.) Mason, &c.--W W Newman. Harrison, &c — Kenna L Stephenson. Marion, &c — Jas Neeson. Preston, &c — C W Newton. Wheeling, &c — Daniel M Shriver. Jefferson, &c — Edwin L Moore, Rockingham, &c — Dr S A Coffman. House of Delegates. In addition to the lists of members already published we have the following: Augusta — Hugh W Sheffey, J M McCue,--Walker. Botetourt and Craig — John T Anderson, Green James. Cabell — Buffingto
nemy's outposts. A great many of the garrison — probably several hundred--had made an attempt to escape the previous night, but the guard of the enemy was so strict that they could not pass out. The number of the garrison which surrendered was between 5,000 and 6,000, of whom there were not more than 2,000 effective men for duty. During the siege about 200 had been killed and 300 wounded, besides several deaths from sickness.--Among the officers killed were Col Pixley, of Arkansas, Captain Boone, of Louisiana, and Lieutenant Simonton, of the 1st Mississippi, besides a few others with whose names our informant was not familiar. The universal feeling in the garrison is that Gen. Gardner did everything in his power to foil the enemy and protract the siege, and only succumbed to the direst necessity. The garrison, too, have made a noble record. Even the enemy's accounts, upon which we have been entirely dependent for nearly two months, bear testimony to heroism unsurpassed dur
! (Official.) T. L. Crittenden, Major Gen'l U. S. Vols. P. P. Oldershand, Capt. and A. A. G. Arrest of blockade runners from Norfolk — arrival there of Boone, the Castle Thunder Murderer. The Provost guard at Norfolk captured a few nights since, with four wagon loads of goods, and a quantity of greenbacks and gold, . Blamire, $100, and Mrs. A. K. Staples, $100. G. Barnes was released on taking the oath. A Norfolk letter to the Herald, dated the 27th, announces the arrival of Boone, who, with several companions, escaped from Castle Thunder a few nights since by murdering the guard: Yesterday there came into outlines at Williamsburg, CapCapt. Boone, of a Louisiana cavalry regiment. He is the same whose escape, together with that of three other prisoners, was noticed in the late Richmond papers. It seems that he fought a duel some time since which resulted fatally. In consequence he was incarcerated in Castle Thunder. His ease assuming an uncomfortable aspect, he,
rebel army with commands, they being recognized as rebel officers. So is Bill Anderson. Price encamped at Marshall, Lafayette county, on Sunday night, and occupied the country between that place and Lexington. He is said to be greatly encouraged at the small forces to oppose him. He talks confidently of wintering in the State. Anderson, Jackman and others have enlisted a large number of recruits in North Missouri. Charlton and Howard counties have each furnished fifteen hundred; Boone, two thousand; Randolph, one thousand; Calloway and Monroe, eight hundred each. In addition to the recruits, the rebels are constantly gathering arms from he captured garrisons, and their army is assuming alarming proportions. The Herald gives the following as the very latest from Missouri: General Rosecrans, who is now at the front, in command of the Union forces pursuing General Price, says, in his latest telegrams, that the main rebel army is still east of Blackwater river. Th
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