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son, Dickerson, Dickenson, Dyer, Echols, Edmunds, Edwards, Evans, Farr, Fauntleroy, Ficklin, Finney, Fowler, Frazier, Fry, Fulkerson, Fulton, Goode, Graves, Gray, Green, Grigsby, Ilall, Hamilton, Hanger, Hardesty, II. H. Harrison, Reuben N. Harrison, Ilarvie, Healy, Henkel, Henry, Henson, Hiner, Hunter, R. D. James, Waddy T. James, Johnson, Johnston, Jordan, Kelly, Keyser, Kyle, Lady, Lee, Lovell, Luck, McCabe, McCaull, McConnell, McCraw, McDaniel, Mc Mullan, Michie, Moffett, Moncure, Moorman, Mushbach, Nelson, Norton, Oglesby, Parrish, Pitts, Powell, Pulliam, Ragland, Reese, Edmund C. Robinson, J. H. Robinson, Ryland. Sandidge, Shannon, Shelburne, Shriver, Shumate, E. H. Smith, J. Howard Smith, Southward, Spessard, Starke, Stevens, Sykes, William B. Taliaferro, Warner T. Taliaferro, Andrew J. Taylor, William Taylor, Trout, VanLear, George Walker, Joseph Walker, Wallace, Walsh, Waring, Watson, Whitacre, Smith J. R. White, Thomas M. White, Wilkinson, Witmer, Wingfield, Witten, Wright, and Young--125.

The SPEAKER appointed Messrs. GRAVES, McCaull and LOVELL the committee on the part of the House to count and report the joint vote.

The committee subsequently, by their chairman, reported as follows:

Whole number of votes cast,
Necessary to a choice,
George Blow, Jr., received -

162

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George Blow, Jr., having received a majority of the whole number of votes cast, was declared duly elected judge of the first judicial circuit for the term of eight years, commencing on the 1st of January, 1879.

Mr. ATTKISSON nominated Samuel S: Weisiger, of the city of Petersburg, for the office of judge of the second judicial circuit.

A message was received from the Senate by Mr. CIIILES, who informed the House that Samuel S. Weisiger is the only person in Domination before the Senate.

Ordered, That Mr. ATTKISSON inform the Senate that Samuel S. Weisiger is the only person in nomination before the House.

The roll was called with the following result:

For Samuel S. Weisiger,

123

The vote was recorded as follows:

For SAMUEL S. WEISIGER-Messrs. Adams, Akers, Anderson, Ashton, Attkisson, Barbour, Bernard, Bland, Bocock, Bohanan, Brown, Burger, Burnham, John R. Carter, Chase, Coghill, Coleman, Cox, Crank, Crutchfield, Curlett, Dance, Davidson, Davis, Dickerson, Dickenson, Dyer, Echols, Edmunds, Edwards, Evans, Farr, Fauntleroy, Ficklin, Fowler, Frazier, Fry, Fulkerson, Fulton, Goode, Graves, Gray, Green, Hall, Hamilton langer, Hardesty, H. H. Harrison, Reuben N. Harrison, Harvie, Healy, Ilenkel, Henry, Henson, Tliner, Hunter, R. D. James, Waddy T. Janies, Johnston, Jordan, Kelly, Kyle, Larly, Lee, Lovell, Luck. McCabe, McCaull, McConnell, McCraw, McMullan, Michie, Moffett, Moncure, Moorman, Mushbach, Nelson, Norton, Oglesby, Parrish, Pitts, Popham, Powell, Pulliam, Ragland, Reese, Edmund C. Robinson, J. H. Robinson, Ryland, Sandidge, Shannon, Shelburne, Shriver, Shumate, E. H. Smith, J. Howard Smith, Southward, Spessard, Starke, Stevens, Sykes, William B. Taliaferro, Warner T. Taliaferro, Andrew J. Taylor, William Taylor, Trout, VanLear, George Walker, Joseph Walker, Willian M. Walker, Wallace, Walsh, Waring, Watson, Smith J. R. White, Thomas M. Whito, Wilkinson, Witmer, Wingfield, Witten, Wright, and Young—123.

The committee, by their chairman, reported as follows:

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Samuel S. Weisiger, having received a majority of the whole number of votes cast, was declared duly elected judge of the second judicial circuit for the term of eight years, commencing on the 1st of January, 1879.

Mr. FICKLIN nominated Asa D. Dickinson, of Prince Edward, for the office of judge of the third judicial circuit.

A message was received from the Senate by Mr. GOODE, who informed the House that Asa D. Dickinson is the only person in nomination before the Senate.

Ordered, That Mr. Ficklin inform the Senate that Asa D. Dickinson is the only person in nomination before the House.

The roll was called with the following result:

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For Asa D. DICKINSON--Messrs. Adams, Akers, Anderson, Ashton, Barbour, Bland, Bocock, Bohanan, Brown, Burger, Burnham, John R. Carter, Chase, Coghill, Coleman, Cox, Crank, Crutchfield, Curlett, Dance, Davidson, Davis, Dickerson, Dickenson, Dyer, Echols, Edmunds, Edwards, Evans, Farr, Fauntleroy, Ficklin, Fowler, Frazier, Fry, Fulkerson, Fulton, Goode, Graves, Gray, Green, Grigsby, Hall, Hamilton, Hanger, Hardesty, H. H. Harrison, Reuben N. Harrison, Harvie, Ilealy, Henry, Henson, Hunter, R. D. James, Waddy T. James, Johnston, Jordan, Kyle, Lady, Lee, Lovell, Luck, McCabe, McCaull, McConnell, McCraw, McDaniel, McMullan, Michie, Moffett, Moncure, Moorman, Mushbach, Nelson, Norton, Oglesby, Pitts, Popham, Powell, Pulliam, Ragland, Reese, Edmund C. Robinson, J. H. Robinson, Ryland, Sandidge, Shannon, Shelburne, Shriver, Shumate, E. H. Smith, J. Howard Smith, Southward, Spessard, Starke, Stevens, Sykes, Willlam B. Taliaferro, Warner T. Taliaferro, William Taylor, Trout, Van Lear, George Walker, Joseph Walker, William M. Walker, Wallace, Walsh, Waring, Watson, Smith J. R. White, Thomas M. White, Wilkinson, Witmer, Wright, and Young—115.

The committee, by their chairman, reported as follows:

Whole number of votes cast,
Necessary to a choice, -.
Asa D. Dickinson received

153

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Asa D. Dickinson having received a majority of the whole number of votes cast, was declared duly elected judge of the 3d judicial circuit for the term of eight years, commencing on the 1st of January, 1879.

Mr. Dyer nominated Stafford G. Whittle, of Henry, for the office of judge of the 4th judicial circuit.

Mr. Watson nominated Berryman Green of Danville.
Mr. James of Franklin nominated Hugh Nelson of Franklin.

A message was received from the Senate by Mr. HURT of Pittsylrunia, who informed the House that Berryman Green, Stafford G. Whittle and Hugt Nelson are the only persons in nomination before the Senate.

Ordered, That Mr. EDMUNDS inform the Senate that Stafford G. Whittle, Berryman Green and Hugh Nelson are the only persons in nomination before the House.

The roll was called with the following result:

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For STAFFORD G. WHITTLE-Messrs. Bohanan, Coghill, Davidson, Dickenson, Dyer, Edmunds, Edwards, Hanger, Hardesty, Johnston, McCaull, Moncure, Oglesby, J. H. Robinson, Sandidge, Shriver, Sykes, Warner T. Taliaferro, and Witmer-19.

For BERRYMAN GREEN- Messrs. Adams, Anderson, Attkisson, Bernard, Coleman, Cox, Crutchfield, Dance, Davis, Echols, Evans, Ficklin, Frazier, Fry, Fulton, Goode, Gray, Green, Hall, Hamilton, Harvie, Healy, Henkel, Henry, Henson, Hiner, Jordan, Lovell, Luck, McCraw, McMullan, Michie, Mushbach, Norton, Parrish, Pitts, Popham, Pulliam, Ragland, Edmund C. Robinson, Ryland, Shelburne, E. II. Smith, Spessard, William B. Taliaferro, William Taylor, George Walker, William M. Walker, Wallace, Walsh, Waring, Watson, Whitacre, Wilkinson, Wingfield, Witten, and Young-57.

For Hugh NELSON-Messrs. Akers, Ashton, Barbour, Bland, Bocock, Brown, Burger, Burnham, John R. Carter, Chase, Crank, Curlett. Dickerson, Farr, Fauntleroy, Fowler, Fulkerson, Graves, Grigsby, H. H. Harrison, Hunter, R. D. James, Waddy T. James, Kelly, Keyser, Kyle, Lady, Lee, McCabe, McConnell, McDaniel, Moffett, Moorman, Nelson, Powell, Reese, Shannon, Shumate, J. Howard Smith, Southward, Starke, Stevens, Trout, VanLear, Joseph Walker, Smith J. R. White, Thomas M, White, and Wright—48.

The committee, by their chairman, reported as follows:

161

81

Whole number of votes cast,
Necessary to a choice, -
Stafford G. Whittle received
Berryman Green received -
Hugh Nelson received

24

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Berryman Green having received a majority of the whole vote cast, was declared duly elected judge of the 4th judicial circuit for the term of eight years, commencing on the 1st of January, 1879.

Mr. ANDERSON offered the following joint resolution :

Resolved (the Senate concurring), That the further execution of the joint order be postponed until to-morrow at 12 o'clock P. M.-Which was rejected.

Mr. McCABE moved that the house do now adjourn ; which was rejected.

Mr. McCabe demanded the yeas and nays; which was not sustained.

Mr. GRAVES nominated G. A. Wingfield, of Bedford, for judge of the 5th judicial circuit.

A message wis received from the Senate by Vr. MOULTON, who informed the House that G. A. Wingfield is the only person in nomination before the Senate.

Ordered, That Mr. GRAVES inform the Senate that G. A. Wingfield is the only person in nomination before the House.

The roll was called with the following result:

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For G. A. W'INGFIELD— Messrs. Adams, Anderson, Ashton, Attkisson, Barbonr, Bernard, Bland, Bocock, Bohanan, Brown, Burger, Burnham, Jolm R. Carter, Chase, Coghill, Coleman, Cox, Crank, Crutchfield, Dance, Davidson, Davis, Dickerson, Dickenson, Dyer, Echols, Edmunds, Edwards, Evans, Fauntleroy. Ficklin, Fowler, Fry, Fulkerson, Fulton, Graves, Gray, Green, Grigsby, Ilall, Hamilton, Ilanger, Hardesty, II. H. Ilarrison, Ilarvie, Henkel, llenry, Inson, Hiner, Hunter, R. 1). James, Waddy T. James, Johnston, Jordan, Kerser, Kyle, Lady, Lee, Lovell, Luck, McCanll, McConnell, McCraw, McDaniel, VcMulan, Moffett, Moncure, Moorman, Mushbach, Nelson, Norton, Oglesby, Pitts, Popham, Pulliam, Ragland, Reese, Edmund C. Robinson, J. U. Robinson, Ryland, Sandidge, Shannon, Shelburne, Shriver, E. II. Smith, J. Howard Smith, Southward, Spessard, Stevens, Sykes, William B. Taliaferro, Warner T. Taliaferro, Andrew J. Taylor, William Taylor, Trout, VanLear, George Walker, Joseph Walker, William Walker, Wallace, Walsh, Waring, Watson, Whitacre, Smith J. R. White, Thomas J. White, Wilkinson, Wingfield, Witter, and Wright-111.

The committee, by their chairman, reported as follows:

Whole number of votes cast,
Necessary to a choice, -
G. A. Wingfield received ..

145

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G. A. Wingfield having received a majority of the whole number of votes cast, was declared duly elected judge of the fifth judicial circuit for the term of eight years, commencing on the 1st of January, 1879.

Mr. Barbour nominated Henry Shackelford, of Culpeper, for the office of judge of the sixth judicial circuit.

A message was received from the Senate by Mr. MASSEY, who informed the House that Henry Shackelford is the only person in nomination before the Senate.

Ordered, That Mr. BARBOUR inform the Senate that Henry Shackelford is the only person in nomination before the Ilouse.

The roll was called with the following result:

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The vote was recorded as follows:

For HENRY SHACKELFORI)— Messrs. Anderson, Ashton, Attkisson, Bernard, Bland, Bocock, Bohanan, Brown, Burger, Burnham, John R. Carter, Chase, Cogbill, Cox, Crank, Crutchfield, Curlett, Dance, Davis, Dickerson, Dickenson, Dyer, Echols. Edmunds. Edwards, Evans, Fauntleroy, Ficklin, Fowler, Frazier, Fry, Fulton, Goode, Gray, Graves, Green, Grigsby, Hall, Hamilton, Hanger, Hardesty, H. H. Harrison, Reuben N. Ilarrison, Harvie, Healy, llenkel, Henry, Henson, Hiner, Hunter, R. D. James, Waddy T. James, Johnston, Jordan, Kyle, Lady, Lee, Lovell, Luck, McCaull, McConnell, McDaniel, McMullan, Moffett, Moncure, Moorman, Vushbach, Nelson, Norton, Oglesby, Parrish, Pitts, Popham, Powell, Pulliam, Ragland, Reese, Edmund C. Robinson, J. II. Robinson, Ryland, Sandidge, Shannon, Shelburne, Shriver, E. H. Smith, J. lIoward Smith, Southward, Spessard, Stevens, Sykes, William B. Taliaferro, Warner T. Taliaferro, Andrew J. Taylor, William Tavlor, Trout, VanLear, Joseph Walker, Wallace, Walsh, Waring, Watson, Whitacre, Smith J. R. White, Thomas M. White, Wilkinson, Wingfield, Witten, and Young--108.

The committee, by their chairman, reported as follows:

Whole number of votes cast,
Vecessary to a choice,
lienry Shackelford received -

111

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Henry Shackelford having received a majority of the whole numher of votes cast, was declared duly elected judge of the sixth judicial circuit for the term of eight years, commencing on the first of Januart. 1879.

Mr. GRAVES offered the following joint resolution: Resolved (the Senate concurring), That the further execution of the joint order for the election of circuit judges be postponed until tomorrow at 12 o'clock P. M.Which was agreed to

Mr. GRAVES Inoved to reconsider the vote by which the joint resolution was agreed to; which motion was rejected.

Ordered, That Mr. GRAVES carry the joint resolution to the Senate and request their concurrence.

A message was received from the Senate by Mr. QUESENBERRY, who informed the House that the Senate had agreed to the joint resolation.

On motion of Mr. CURLETT, the IIouse adjourned until to-morrow , at 12 oclock M. ,

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