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The Legislature.

The Senate, on Saturday, passed the following Senate bills:

A bill to increase the capital stock of the Richmond Importing and Exporting Company.

A bill to increase the salary of the Printer for the Senate.

A bill to increase the capital stock of the Farmers' and Mechanics' Insurance Company of Richmond.

A bill to increase the capital stock of the Bank of the City of Petersburg.

A bill to amend and re enact the 2d section of an act to incorporate the Union Manufacturing Company.

A bill was reported from the Finance Committee abolishing the law imposing taxes for the support of Government, and further regulating the issue of licenses, and made the order of the day for Monday.

A substitute for the bill providing a fund abroad for the use of the State was adopted and ordered to be engrossed.

A joint resolution from the House requesting the Governor to convene the Legislature on the first Monday in November next was amended by inserting first Wednesday in December. Adjourned.

House.--A bill similar to the one offered in the Senate in regard to the tax law, was reported.

Also, a bill appropriating the public revenue for the fiscal year 1863 and 1864-65.

Also, a bill to establish an agency to prosecute and settle claims against the Confederate States, due estates of deceased soldiers, and disabled and discharged soldiers.

Also, a bill to amend certain chapters of the Code, concerning aliens.

A joint resolution providing for an extra session of the Legislature in January, 1865, was passed.

A report in regard to officers of the United States from Virginia who have resigned out of the service of the United States, and who do not now hold commissions under the Confederate Government, was fabled and ordered to be printed.

The joint committee on abuses at Camp Lee were authorized to send for persons and papers, by joint resolution.

A joint resolution to secure the exemption, if possible, from the operation of the free negro enrollment law all the counties in the possession of or threatened by the enemy, was adopted.


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