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An act to authorize the use of the jails of the state by the Confederate States.

An act to amend and re-enact an act entitled an act to incorporate the Richmond importing and exporting company, passed February 21st, 1963.

An act for the relief of George W. Chambers.

An act authorizing the governor to deliver to B. B. and J. W. Cooley' an infant child of a slave named Harriet.

An act to amend and re-enact the first section of an act incorporating the Ritchie coal oil company, in the county of Ritchie.

An act for the relief of George W. Chambers.

An act to limit the production of tobacco and increase the production of grain.

An act to repeal the act passed October 1st, 1862, entitled an act legalizing the manufacture of alcohol.

An act to amend and re-enact an act further to provide for the public defence, passed October 3, 1862.

An act to pay E. W. Canfield and C. D. Bragg, for services as instructors of artillery.

An act to authorize the use of the jails of the state by the. Confederate States.

An act to amend and re-enact an act entitled an act to incorporate the Richmond importing and exporting company, passed February 218t, 1863. - An act to amend and re-enact the first section of an 'act entitled an act to increase jailors' fees for keeping and supporting prisoners, passed September 24th, 1862.

An act imposing taxes for the support of government.
An act to provide for the production and distribution of salt.
An act to authorize the appointment of an inspector of salt.

An act to amend and re-enact the 12th section of an act passed March 13th, 1863, entitled an act to amend and re-enact an act further to provide for the public defence, passed October 3d, 1862, and to amend the title of said act.

On motion of Mr. KAUFMAN,

Resolved, that the thanks of the house. be tendered to John T. Cowan, assistant clerk, for the fidelity and courtesy with which he has discharged the duties of his office.

A message was received from the senate by Mr. Newman, who informed the house of delegates that the senate was ready on its part to adjourn sine die.

On motion of Mr. GARRISON,

Resolved, that the senate be informed that the house of delegates was ready on its part to adjourn sine die.

Ordered, that Mr. GARRISON inform the senate thereof.
On motion of Mr. NOLAND, the house adjourned sine die.

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MEMBERS OF THE HOUSE OF DELEGATES, 1863.

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Accomack,

G. T. Garrison. Albemarle,

Frank Minor.1

M. L. Anderson. Alexandria,

Wm. G. Cazenove. Alleghany and Bath, Samuel Carpenter. Amelia and Nottoway, Richard Irby. Amherst,

Jno. Dudley Davis. Appomattox,

Thomas H. Flood.
Augusta,

Hugh W. Sheffey.
William M. Tate.

James Walker.
Barbour,

William Johnson. Bedford,

Edw'd C. Burks.

Alexander Jordan. Berkeley,

Israel Robinson.

Adam Small. Botetourt and Craig, John T. Anderson.

Green James. Braxton, Nicholas and Clay,

Duncan McLaughlin. Brunswick,

R. M. Mallory. Buckingham, P. W. McKinney. Cabell,

Albert Laidley. Campbell,

Robert C. Saunders.

Robert J. Davis. Caroline,

George Tyler. Carroll,

William Kyle. Charles City,

James City and V. Vaden.

New Kent, Charlotte,

Wood Bouldin. Chesterfield, Charles T. Friend.2 Clarke,

Wm: A. Bradford. Culpeper,

James Barbour. ·
Cumberland and

Robert Dabney.
Powhatan, S
Dinwiddie,

Henry C. Worsham.
Elizabeth City,
Warwick, York James W. Custis.

& Williamsburg, Essex and

George T. Wright.
King & Queen,
Fairfax,

0. W. Huntt. Fauquier,

J. M. Forbes.

Richard Payne.3 Fayette and Raleigh, John J. Coleman. Floyd,

Valentine Thrash. Fluvanna,

R. E. Nelson.
Franklin,

Peter Saunders, jr.
Andrew Brooks.

Frederick,

George W. Ward.

M. R. Kaufman. Giles,

William Eggleston Gloucester,

Warner T. Jones. Goochland,

John C. Rutherfoord. Grayson,

Samuel McCamant. Greenbrier,

Mason Mathews.
Greenesville and

Wm. T Lundy:
Sussex,
Halifax,

John R. Edmunds.

George H. West. Hampshire,

A. W. McDonald, jr.

Charles Blue.4 Hanover,

Francis G. Taylor. Hardy,

Charles Williams. Henrico,

Z. S. McGruder.5 Henry,

John F. Wootten. Highland,

Wm. W. Fleming. Isle of Wight,

James L. Wilson. Jefferson,

Thomas C. Green.

Andrew Hunter. Kanawha,

J. A. Welsh.
King George and

J. H. Daniel.
Stafford,
King William, H. B. Tomlin.
Lancaster and

Addison L. Carter.
Northumberlarid,
Lee, Scott and Wise, James Bayse.
Logan, Boone and

I, E. McDonald.
Wyoming,
Loudoun,

Burr P. Noland.

Matthew Harrison. Louisa,

Wm. G. T. Nelson. Lunenburg,

John Orgain, jr Madison,

James L. Kemper.6 Matthews and

· A. B. Evans. Middlesex, Mecklenburg,

William Baskervill. Mercer,

Ro. A. Richardson. Monroe,

Wilson Lively.

John M Rowan, .Montgomery,

Rice D. Montague. Nansemond,

Nathaniel Riddick. Nelson,

II. N. Coleman, jr. Norfolk City,

Rich'd H. Baker, jr. Norfolk County, C. W. Murdaugh.

Samuel Wilson. Northampton, F. J. Spady. Orange and Greene, John L. Woolfolk. Page,

John R. Booten.

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1 Resigned. R. H. Carter elected. ? Resigned. William Ambers elected. 3 Resigned. S. P. Bailey elected. 4 Resigned 5 Resigned. R. A. Mayo elected.

6(Speaker)-Resigned. W. 0. Fry elected.

Patrick,
Pendleton,
Petersburg,
Pittsylvania,

Pocahontas,
Preston,
Prince Edward,
Prince George and

Surry,
Prince William,
Pulaski,
Rappahannock,
Richmond City,

John Staples. Rockbridge,
James Boggs."
Charles F. Collier. Rockingham,
John Gilmer.
A. S. Buford.
Jas. T. Lockridge.

Russell,
R. E. Cowan.

Scott and Wise, T. T. Tredway. Shenandoah, George E. Rives.

Smyth, Seymour Lynn Southampton, John G. Cecil. Spotsylvania, John G. Fletcher. Tazewell, John O. Steger. Wyndham Robertson. Warren, Thomas H. Wynne. Washington, Willoughby Newton.

Wythe, Colin Bass.

S. M. Reid.
Francis T. Anderson
Chas. Grattan.
John C. Woodson.10
John H. Hopkins.
Isaac Vermillion.
James Franklin.
Philip Pitman.
John Gatewood.
Charles J. Shannon.
Joseph H. Prince.
Douglas H. Gordon.11
Harvey George.
Thos. H. Gillespie.
Sam'l W. Thomas.
David B. Clarke.
David C. Dunn.
Robert Crockett.

Richmond Co. and

Westmoreland, Roanoke,

* Resigned. Reuben B. Dice elected. .8 Resigned. H. L. Hopkins elected. 9 Resigned. Thomas B. Bigger elected. 10 Resigned. S. A Coffman elected.

Resigned. John L. Marye, jr. elected.

INDEX

ABSENT MEMBERS.
Resolution as to,
How notified by sergeant at armis,

Committee,
251-2 Passed; vote thereon,

260 Passed senate,

186
216
219

ACCOUNTS.

ALDERSON, J. M.
S. B. 98, requiring settlement of, by she S. B. 79, for relief of representative of, 137
riffs, sergeants, &c.
284 Passed; vote thereon,

182
ADJOURNMENT.

ALIENS.
Resolution for,

114 Resolution concerning holding of lands
Resolution for taking up,

120
by,

48
Vote thereon,

120 Report of committee on confederate re-
Adverse report to, on 26th February, 122 lations,

75
Motion for, rejected,

136
Motion for, and vote thereon,

ALLEN, JOHN J.
176, 218, 231-2, 239 Nominated as senator,

22
Resolution for, sine die,
299 Renominated; withdrawn,

28
Renominated,

30
ADVERTISEMENTS UNDER TRUST
DEEDS.

APPEALS FROM DECISION OF
Resolution as to,

84

SPEAKER
Adverse report,

88 See

133, 159
AGENCY FOR RECEIVING AND FOR-

APPROPRIATIONS.
WARDING SUPPLIES TO SOLDIERS. Bill No. 96, making,

101
S. B. 34, establishing,

182 Considered, amended and engrossed, 186-7
Passed ; vote thereon,
182 Passed; vote thereon,

242
Passed senate with amendments,

254
AGENTS OF AID SOCIETIES. Amendments considered, votes thereon, 273
Resolution as to,

105

ARMORY.
AGENTS FOR DISTRIBUTION OF Resolution as to state,

190-91
SALT.

Referred,
Message from governor as to compensa Report,

216
tion of,
123 | Tabled,

220

191

AGRICULTURAL PRODUCTIONS.

ARRESTS.
See Provisions and supplies.

Resolution as to,

48,50
AIDS TO GOVERNOR.

ARREST OF CIVILIANS.
S. B. 37, concerning,
72 Resolution as to, from senate,

19
Amended and passed,

112 Referred to committee for courts of justice, 19
Vote thereon,

112 Referred to committee on confederate
Motion for return of bill,
115 relations,

65
'Vote thereon,

116
Amendments agreed to by senate, 260

ARMSTRONG, E. J.

Nominated as superi endent of peni-
ALBEMARLE AND NELSON MINING tentiary,

250
AND SMELTING COMPANY.
Resolution to amend charter of,

190 ASSISTANT KEEPERS OF PENITEN-
Committee,

190

TIARY.
S. B. 99, amending charter of,

200 See Penitentiary.
Passed,

200

ASSUMPTION OF CONFEDERATE
ALCOHOL.

TAX BY STATES.
Resolution to repeal act authorizing Resolution as to,

241-2
manufacture of,
186 | Passed; vote thereon,

242

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