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William C. Rives received

26 Alexander R. Boteler

6 Scattering,

13 There being 'no election, the name of Alexander R. Boteler was dropped under the rule.

The roll was again called, with the following result: For Charles W. Russell— Messrs. Baskervill, Bass, Bayse, Bigger, Booton, Bradford, Carter, Cazenove, Daniel, Edmunds, Fleming, Fletcher, Gatewood, Gilmer, Green, Hunter, Johnson, Kaufman, Kyle, Laidley,,Lundy, Lynn, Mallory, McCamant, A. W. McDonald, Minor, Murdaugh, Newton, Noland, Orgain, Pitman, Robinson, Shannon, Sherrard, Thrash, Tredway, Ward, West, S. M. Wilson and Worsham--40.

For Allen T. Caperton--Messrs. Sheffey (speaker), Ambers, J. T. Anderson, Baker, Barbour, Bouldin, Buford, Burks, Carpenter, Cecil, Clarke, Coleman, Crockett, Dabney, Davis, Eggleston, Evans, Flood, Forbes, Fulton, Garrison, Harrison, Huntt, James, Jones, Jordan, Lively, Lockridge, Marye, Mathews, Mayo, McKinney, McLaughlin, Montague, R. E. Nelson, W. G. T. Nelson, Powell, Reid, Richardson, Rowan, R. C. Saunders, Staples, R. F. Taylor, Tomlin, Vaden, Walker, Williams, Wright and Wynne--49.

For William C. Rives— Messrs. F. T. Anderson, George, H. L. Hopkins, Magruder, Prince, Riddick, Rives, Robertson, P. Saunders, F. G. Taylor and J. L. Wilson-11.

For John J. Allen-Messrs. Fry and Woolfolk-2.
For John B. Floyd-Messrs. Dunn, Ewing, J. H. Hopkins and I. E. McDonald—4.
For Hugh W. Sheffey--Mr. Thomas--1.
For John Letcher-Mr. Grattan-1.
For A. R. Boteler-Mr. Bailey-1.

The same committee ascertained the joint votë, and Mr. PRINCE reported that vote to be: Whole number of votes cast,

151 Necessary to a choice,

76 Charles W. Russell received

62 Allen T. Caperton

68 William C. Rives

1 Scattering,

10 There being no election, the name of William C. Rives'was dropped under the rule.

Mr. Dunn nominated John B. Floyd. Ordered, that Mr. Dunn inform the senate thereof. The roll was again called, with the following result: For Allen T. Caperton--Messrs. Sheffey (speaker), Ambers, J. T. Anderson, F. T. Anderson, Baker, Bouldin, Buford, Burks, Cecil, Coleman, Crockett, Dabney, Davis, Eggleston, Evans, Flood, Forbes, Fulton, Garrison, Harrison, Huntt, James, Jones, Jordan, Lively, Marye, Matlews, Mayo, McKinney, McLaughlin, Montague, R. E. Nelson, Powell, Prince, Reid, Riddick, Rowan, P. Saunders, R. C. Saunders, Staples, R. F. Taylor, Tomlin, Vaden, Walker, Williams and Wright—46.

For Charles W. Russell-Messrs. Bass, Booton, Bradford, Carter, Cazenove, Edmunds, Fleming, Fletcher, Gatewood, Gilmer, Green, H. L. Hopkins, Hunter, Johnson, Kaufman, Kyle, Laidley, Lundy, Mallory, McCamant, A. W. McDonald, Minor, Murdaugh, Newton, Noland, Orgain, Pitman, Robinson, Sherrard, Tredway, Ward, West, J. L. Wilson, S. M. Wilson, Woolfolk and Worsham -36.

For John B. Floyd-Messrs. Bailey, Barbour, Baskervill, Bayse, Bigger, Carpenter, Clarke, Daniel, Dunn, Ewing, Fry, George, Grattan, J. H. Hopkins, Lockridge, Lynn, I. E. McDonald, W. G. T. Nelson, Richardson, Shannon, Thomas, Thrash and Wynne23. For William C. Rives-Messrs. Rives and Robertson-2.

The same committee ascertained the joint vote, and Mr. ANDERson of Rockbridge reported that vote to be: Whole number of votes cast,

149 Necessary to a choice,

75 Allen T. Caperton received

64 Charles W. Russell "

54

John B. Floyd received

239 Scattering,

2 There being no election, the name of John B. Floyd was dropped under the rule.

The roll was then called, with the following result: For Allen T. Caperton--Messrs. Sheffey (speaker), Ambers, J. T. Anderson, F. T. Anderson, Baker, Barbour, Bouldin, Buford, Burks, Carpenter, Cecil, Coleman, Crockett, Dabney, Davis, Eggleston, Evans, Flood, Forbes, Fulton, Garrison, George, Harrison, Huntt, James, Jones, Jordan, Lively, Lockridge, Magruder, Marye, ·Mathews, Mayo, McKinney, McLaughlin, Montague, R. E. Nelson, W. G. T. Nelson, Powell, Prince, Reid, Richardson, Riddick, Rowan, P. Saunders, R. C. Saunders, Staples, F. G. Taylor, R. F. Taylor, Tomlin, Vaden, Walker, Williams and Wright–54.

For Charles W. Russell-Messrs. Baskervill, Bass, Bayse, Bigger, Booton, Bradford, Carter, Cazenove, Clarke, Daniel, Edmunds, Fleming, Fletcher, Fry, Gatewood, Gilmer, Grattan, Green, H. L. Hopkins, Hunter, Johnson, Kaufman, Kyle, Laidley, Lundy, Lynn, Mallory, McCamant, A. W. McDonald, Minor, Murdaugh, Newton, Noland, Orgain, Pitman, Robinson, Shannon, Sherrard, Thomas, Thrash, Tredway, Ward, West, J. L. Wilson, S. M. Wilson, Worsham and Wynne--47.

For John B. Floyd-Messrs. Bailey, Dunn, Ewing and I. E. McDonald—4.
For William C. Rives--Messrs. Rives and Robertson-2.
For Hugh W. Sheffey-J. H. Hopkins-1.
For Andrew Hunter-Mr. Woolfolk--1.

The same committee ascertained the joint vote, and Mr. MAGRUDER reported that vote to be: Whole number of votes cast,

151 Necessary to a choice,

76 Allen T. Caperton received

72 Charles W. Russell

64 Scattering,

12 There being no election, Mr. RICHARDSON nominated Walter Preston of Washington.

Ordered, that Mr. RICHARDSON inform the senate thereof. The roll was again called, with the following result: For Charles W. Russell-Messrs. Baskervill, Bass, Bigger, Booton, Bradford, Carter, Cazenove, Daniel, Edmunds, Fleming, Fletcher, Fry, Gatewood, Gilmer, Green, H. L. Hopkins, Hunter, Johnson, Kaufman, Laidley, Lundy, Lynn, Mallory, A. W McDonald, Minor, Murdaugh, Newton, Noland, Orgain, Pitman, Robinson, Sherrard, Thomas, Thrash, Tredway, Ward, West, J. L. Wilson, Š. M. Wilson and Worsham-40.

For Allen T. Caperton-- Messrs. Ambers, J. T. Anderson, F. T. Anderson, Baker, Barbour, Bouldin, Buford, Burks, Carpenter, Cecil, Coleman, Crockett, Dabney, Eggleston, Evans, Flood, Forbes, Garrison, Huntt, James, Jones, Jordan, Lively, Lockridge, Magruder, Marye, Mathews, Mayo, McKinney, McLaughlin, Montague, R. E. Nelson, W. G.T. Nelson, Powell, Prince, Reid, Riddick, Rowan, P. Saunders, R. C. Saunders, R. F. Taylor, Tomlin, Vaden, Williams, Wright and Wynne-46.

For Walter Preston-Messrs. Sheffey (speaker), Bailey, Bayse, Clarke, Davis, Dunn, Ewing, Fulton, George, Grattan, Harrison, J. H. Hopkins, Kyle, McCamant, Richardson, Shannon, Staples, F. G. Taylor, Walker and Woolfolk-20.

For John B. Floyd-Mr. I. E. McDonald-1.
For William C. Rives-Messrs. Rives and Robertson --2.

The same committee ascertained the joint vote, and Mr. Princk reported that vote to be: Whole number of votes cast,

150 Necessary to a choice,

76 Charles W. Russell received

59 Allen T. Caperton

64 Walter Preston

24 Scattering,

3 There þeing no election, the name of Walter Preston was dropped under the rule.

Mr. RICHARDSON renominated Walter Preston. Ordered, that Mr. RICHARDSON inform the senate thereof. The roll was again called, with the following result: For Charles W. RussellMessrs. Bass, Bigger, Booton, Bradford, Carter, Cazenove, Daniel, Edmunds, Fleming, Fletcher, Fry, Gatewood, Gilmer, Green, H. L. Hopkins, Hunter, Johnson, Kaufman, Laidley, Lundy, Lynn, Mallory, A. W. McDonald, Minor, Murdaugh, Newton, Noland, Orgain, Pitman, Robinson, Sherrard, Thomas, Thrash, Tredway, Ward, West, J. L. Wilson, S. M. Wilson, Worsham and Wynne--40.

For Allen T. Caperton-Messrs. Ambers, J. T. Anderson, F. T. Anderson, Baker, Barbour, Bouldin, Buford, Burks, Cecil, Coleman, Crockett, Dabney, Eggleston, Evans, Flood, Forbes, Garrison, Harrison, Huntt, James, Jones, Jordan, Lively, Lockridge, Magruder, Mathews, Mayo, I. E. McDonald, McKinney, McLaughlin, Montague, R. E. Nelson, W. G. T. Nelson, Powell, Prince, Reid, Riddick, Rowan, P. Saunders, R. C. Saunders, F. G. Taylor, R. F. Taylor, Tomlin, Vaden, Williams and Wright—46.

For Walter Preston-Messrs. Sheffey (speaker), Bailey, Bayse, Clarke, Davis, Dunn, Ewing, Fulton, George, Grattan, Kyle, McCamant, Richardson, Shannon, Staples, Walker and Woolfolk-17.

For William C. Rives--Messrs. Rives and Robertson -2.
For William F. Gordon, jr.--Mr. Carpenter-1.

The same committee ascertained the joint vote, and Mr. FORBES reported that vote to be: Whole number of votes cast,

145 Necessary to a choice,

73 Charles W. Russell received

57 Allen T. Caperton

64 Walter Preston

21 Scattering,

3 There being no etection, the name of Walter Preston was dropped under the rule.

On motion of Mr. MALLORY,

Resolved, that the house will, with the concurrence of the senate, postpone the further execution of the joint order until 5 o'clock this evening.

Ordered, that Mr. MALLORY carry the same to the senate, and request their concurrence.

Subsequently, a message was received from the senate by Mr. ARMSTRONG, who informed the house of delegates that the senate had concurred in the resolution.

The chair was then vacated until 5 o'clock.

EVENING SESSION.

At 5 o'clock the SPEAKER resumed the chair. the roll was again called, with the following result: For Charles W. Russell-Messrs. Baskervill, Bass, Bayse, Bigger, Booton, Bradford, Carter, Cazenove, Daniel, Edmunds, Fleming, Fletcher, Fry, Gatewood, Gilmer, Grattan, Green, 11. L. Hopkins, Hunter, Johuson, Kaufman, Kyle, Laidley, Lundy, Lynn, Mallory, A. W. McDonald, Minor, Murdaugh, Newton, Noland, Orgain, Pitman, Sherrard, Thomas, Thrash, Tredway, Ward, West, J. L. Wilson, S. M. Wilson and Worsham-42.

For Allen T. Caperton-Messrs. Sheffey (speaker), Ambers, J. T. Anderson, F. T. An. derson, Bailey, Baker, Barbour, Bouldin, Buford, Burks, Carpenter, Cecil, Coleman, Crockett, Dabney, Davis, Eggleston, Evans, Flood, Forbes, Fulton, Garrison, Harrison, Huntt, James, Jones, Jordan, Lively, Lockridge, Magruder, Marye, Mathews, Mayo, I. E. McDonald, McKinney, McLaughlin, Montague, R. E. Nelson, W. G. T. Nelson, Powell,

Prince, Reid, Richardson, Riddick, Rives, Rowan, Saunders, R. C. Saunders, Staples, R. F. Taylor, Tomlin, Vaden, Walker, Williams, Wright and Wynne-56.

For Walter Preston-Messrs. Clarke, Dunn, Ewing, J. H. Hopkins, McCamant, Woolfolk and Sbannon-7. For John B. Floyd-Mr. George-1.

The same committee ascertained the joint vote, and Mr. ANDERSON reported that vote to be: Whole number of votes cast,

148 Necessary to a choice,

75 Charles W. Russell received

63 Allen T. Caperton

74
Scattering,

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There being no election, Mr. Ward nominated John B. Floyd.
Ordered, that Mr. WARD inform the senate thereof.
The roll was again called, with the following result:

For Charles W. Russell-Messrs. Bass, Booton, Bradford, Carter, Cazenove, Daniel, Edmunds, Fleming, Fry, Gatetvood, Gilmer, Green, H. L. Hopkins, Hunter, Johnson, Kaufman, Laidley, Lundy, Mallory, A. W. McDonald, Minor, Murdaugh, Newton, Noland, Orgain, Pitman, Robinson, Sherrard, Thomas, Tredway, West, J. L. Wilson, S. M. Wilson and Worsham--34.

For Allen T. Caperton-Messrs. Sheffey (speaker), Ambers, J. T. Anderson, F. T. Anderson, Bailey, Baker, Bouldin, Buford, Burks, Carpenter, Cecil, Coleman, Crockett, Dabney, Davis, Eggleston, Evans, Flood, Forbes, Fulton, Garrison, Harrison, James, Jones, Jordan, Lively, Magruder, Marye, Mathews, Mayo, McKinney, McLaughlin, Montague, R. E. Nelson, Powell, Prince, Reid, Riddick, Rives, Rowan, P. Saunders, R. C. Saunders, Staples, R. F. Taylor, Tomlin, Vaden, Walker, Williams and Wright-49.

For John B. Floyd-Messrs. Barbour, Baskervill, Bayse, Bigger, Clarke, Dunn, Ewing, Fletcher, George, Grattan, J. H. Hopkins, Huntt, Kyle, Lockridge, Lynn, McCamant, I. E. McDonald, W. G. T. Nelson, Richardson, Shannon, Thrash, Ward, Woolfolk and Wynne-24.

The same committee ascertained the joint vote, and Mr. PRINCE reported that vote to be: Whole number of votes cast,

149 Necessary to a choice,

75 Charles W. Russell received

51 Allen T. Caperton

67 John B. Floyd,

31 There being no election, the name of John B. Floyd was dropped under the rule.

Mr. GRATTAN nominated John Randolph Tucker.
Ordered, that Mr. GRATTAN inform the senate thereof.

The roll was again called, with the following result:
For Charles W. Russell-Messrs. Baskervill, Bass, Daniel, Edmunds, Fleming: Fry,
Gatewood, Gilmer, Green, Johnson, Kaufman, Laidley, Lundy, Mallory, Murdaugh, No.
land, West, S. M. Wilson and Worsham–19.

For Allen T. Caperton-Messrs. Sheffey (speaker), Ambers, J. T. Anderson, Bailey, Baker, Barbour, Bouldin, Buford, Burks, Cecil, Coleman, Crockett, Dabney, Davis, Eggleston, Evans, Ewing, Flood, Forbes, Fulton, Garrison, Harrison, Huntt, James, Jones, Jordan, Lively, Lockridge, Magruder, Marye, Mathews, Mayo, I. E. McDonald, McKin. ney, McLaughlin, Montague, R. E. Nelson, W. G. T. Nelson, Powell, Prince, Reid, Riddick, Rives, Rowan, P. Saunders, R. C. Saunders, Staples, R. F. Taylor, Tomlin, Tredway, Vaden, Walker, Williams, Wright and Wyone—55.

For John Randolph Tucker- Messrs. Bayse, Bigger, Booton. Bradford, Carpenter, Carter, Cazenove, Clarke, Dunn, Fletcher, George, Grattan, J. H. Hopkins, H. L. Hopkins, Hunter, Kyle, Lynn, McCamant, A. W. McDonald, Minor, Newton, Orgain, Pitman, Richardson, Robinson, Shannon, Sherrard, Thomas, Thrash, Ward, J. L. Wilson and Woolfolk-32.

For W. R. Staples--Mr. F. T. Anderson-1.

The same committee ascertained the joint vote, and Mr. ANDERSON reported that vote to be: Whole number of votes cast,

149 Necessary to a choice,

75. Charles W. Russell received

34 Allen T. Caperton

74 John Randolph Tucker

33 Seattering,

8 There being no election, the name of John Randolph Tucker was dropped under the rule.

Mr. WORSHAM renominated John Randolph Tucker.
Ordered, that Mr. WORSHAM inform the senate thereof.

A message was received from the senate by Mr. COLLIER, who
informed the house of delegates that the name of James Marshall of
Frederick had been added to the list of nominations.
.The roll was again called, with the following result:

For Allen T. Caperton-Messrs. Sheffey (speaker), Ambers, J. T. Anderson, F. T. Anderson, Bailey, Baker, Barbour, Bass, Bouldin, Buford, Burks, Cecil, Coleman, Crockett, Dabney, Davis, Eggleston, Evans, Fleming, Flood, Forbes, Fulton, Garrison, Gilmer, Harrison, Huntt, James, Jones, Jordan, Lively, Lockridge, Magruder, Marye, Mathews, Mayo, McKinney, McLaughlin, Montague, R. E. Nelson, W.G. T. Nelson, Newton, Powell, Prince, Reid, Riddick, Rives, Rowan, P. Saunders, R. C. Saunders, Staples, R. F. Taylor, Tomlin, Tredway, Vaden, Walker, Williams, Wright and Wynne--58.

For Charles W. Russell-Messrs. Booton, Edmunds, Green, Johnson, Kaufman, Laidley, Lundy, Mallory, Murdaugh, West and S. M. Wilson--11.

For John Randolph Tucker-Messrs. Baskervill, Bayse, Bigger, Bradford, Carpenter, Carter, Cazenove, Clarke, Daniel, Dunn, Ewing, Fletcher, Fry, Gatewood, George, Grattan, J. H. Hopkins, H. L. Hopkins, Hunter, Kyle, Lynn, McCamant, A. W. McDonald, Minor, Noland, Orgain, Pitman, Richardson, Robinson, Shannon, Sherrard, Thomas, Thrash, Ward, J. L. Wilson, Woolfolk and Worsham--37. For John B. Floyd-Mr. I. E. McDonald-].

The same committee ascertained the joint vote, and Mr. ANDERSON reported that vote to be: Whole number of votes cast,

148 Necessary to a choice,

75 Allen T. Caperton received

78 Charles W. Russell

23 John Randolph Tucker

38 Scattering, Allen T. Caperton, Esq., having received a majority of the whole, number of votes cast, was declared duly elected to fill the vacancy in the Confederate States senate, created by the death of the Hon. William Ballard Preston:

On motion of Mr. SAUNDERS of Campbell, the house adjourned until Monday, 12 o'clock.

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