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Mr. GREEN nominated James Keith of Fauquier, for the office of judge of the eleventh judicial circuit.

Ordered, That Mr. GREEN inform the Senate that James Keith is the only person in nomination before the House.

A message was received from the Senate by Mr. LEE, who informed the House that James Keith was the only person in nomination before the Senate.

The roll was called with the following result:

For James Keith,

114

The vote was recorded as follows:

For JAMES KEITH-Messrs. Akers, Anderson, Ashton, Atthisson, Barbour, Bland, Bocock, Bohanan, Brown, Burger, John R. Carter, Chase, Coghill, Cox, Crank, Crutchtield, Curlett, Dance, Davidson, Davis, Dickerson, Dickenson, Dyer, Echols, Edmunds, Edwards, Evans, Farr, Fauntleroy, Ficklin, Fowler, Frazier, Fry, Fulton, Goode, Graves, Gray, Green, Grigsby, llall, llamilton, Ilanger, 11. H. Harrisou, Harvie', Healy, Henkel, lleory, lieuson, Iliner, Hunter, Johnson, Johnston, Jordan, Kelly, Kyle, Lacy, Lady, Lee, Lovell, Luck, McCabe, McConnell, McCraw, MoDaniel, McMullan, Moirett, Moncure, Moorman, Jushbach, Nelson, Norton, Oglesby, Parrish, Pitts, Popham, Powell, Pulliam, Ragland, Reese', Edmund C. Robinson, J. H. Robinson, Ryland, Sandidge, Shannon, Shelburne, Shriver, Shumate, E. II. Smith, J. Iloward Smith, Southwar, Spessard, Starke, Stevens, Sykes, Wiliam B. Taliaferro, Warner T. Taliaferro, Andrew J. Taylor, William Taylor, Trout, Van Lear, George Walker, William M. Walker, Wallace, Walsh, Waring Watson, Whitacre, Smith J. R. White, Thomas M. White, Wilkinson, Witmer, Wilten, Wright and Young-111.

Mr. LOVELL nominated Robert II. Turner of Warren, for the office of judge of the twelfth judicial circuit.

Ordered, That Mr. LOVELL inform the Senate that Robert II. Turner is the only person in nomination before the House.

A message was received from the Senate by Mr. WARD, who informed the Ilouse that Robert II. Turner was the only person in nomination before the Senate.

The roll was called with the following result:

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For ROBERT H. TURNER—Messrs. Akers, Anderson, Ashton, Attkisson, BarBour, Bocock, Bohanan, Brown, Burger, John R. Carter, Chase, Coghill, Cos, Crank, Crutchfield, Culett, Dance, Davidson, Dickerson, Dickenson, Dyer, Echols, Edmunds, Edwards, Evans, Farr, Fauntleroy, Ficklin, Fry, Fulton, Goodle, Graves, Gray, Green, Grigsby, Hall, llamilton, Hanger, H. II. IIarrison, Harvie, Healy, Henry, Ilenson, Hunter, Johnson, Johnston, Jordan, Kelly, Kyle, Lacy, Lady, Lee, Lovell, Luck, McCabe, McConnell, McCraw, McDaniel, McMullan, Moffett. Moncure, Moorman, Mushbach, Nelson, Norton, Oglesby, Parrish, Pitts, Popham, Powell, Pulliam, Ragland, Reese. Edmund C. Robinson, J. H. Robinson, Ryland, Sandidge, Shannon, Shelburne, Shumate, E. II. Smith, J. lIoward Smith, Southward, Spessard, Starke, Stevens, Sykes, William B. Taliaferro, Warner T. Taliaferro, Andrew J. Taylor, William Taylor, Trout, Van Lear, George Walker, Joseph Walker, Wallace, Walsh, Waring, Watson, Whitacre, Thomas M. White, Wilkinson, Witmer, Wingtield, Witten, Wright, and Young—107.

Mr. Haxter nominated Wm. McLaughlin,, of Rockbridge county, for the office of judge of the thirteenth judicial circuit.

Mr. FRAZIER nominated James B. Dorman, of the county of Rockbridge.

Whereupon Mr. HUNTER offered the following joint resolution :

Resolved (the Senate concurring), That the election of judge of the thirteenth judicial circuit be postponed until an investigation of the official conduct of the present incumbent shall be held.

The question being on agreeing to the resolution, was put and decided in the negative.

Mr. FRAZIER withdrew the name of James B. Dorman.

Ordered, That Mr. langer inform the Senate that Wm. McLaughlin is the only person in nomination before the Ilonse.

A message was received from the Senate by Mr. SHERRARD, who informed the llouse that Wm. McLaughlin was the only person in nomination before the Senate.

The roll was called with the following result:

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For WILLIAM MCLAUGHLIN—Messrs. Akers, Anderson, Ashton, Attkisson, Barbour, Bernard, Bland, Bocock, Bohanan, Brown, Burger, Coghill, Cox, Crutchtild, Dance, Davidson, Dickerson, Dickenson, Dyer, Echols, Eilmuds, Edwards, Evans, Fauntleroy, Ficklin, Fowler, Fulton, Goode, Graves, Gray, Green, Grigsby, Hall, Hanger, Harvie, Healy, leukel, Henry, Ilenson, Iliner, Johnson, Johnston, Jordan, Kyle, Lee, Lovell, Luck, McConnell, MCraw, McDaniel, Michie, Moffett, Moncure, Moorman, Mushbach, Nelson, Oglesby, Parrish, Pitts, Popham, Powell, Pnlliain, Ragland, Reese, Edmund C. Robinson, J. II. Robinson, Ryland, San

irge, Shannon, Shelburne, E. II. Smith, J. IIoward Smith, Southward, Spessard, Sykes, William B. Taliaferro, Warner T. Taliaferro, Andrew J. Taylor, William Taylor, Trout, VanLear, George Walker, Joseph Walker, William M. Walker, Wallace, Walsh, Waring, Watson, Whitacre, Smith J.R. White, Thomas M. White, Wilkinson, Witmer, Witten, and Wright--95.

For JAMES B. DORMAN–Mr. John R. Carter-1..

Mr. Trout nominated IIenry E. Blair, of Roanoke county, for the office of judge of the fourteenth judicial circuit.

Ordered, That Mr. Trout inform the Senate that IIenry E. Blair is the only person in nomination before the House.

A message was received from the Senate by Mr. MARSHALL, who informed the House that Henry E. Blair was the only person in nomination before the Senate.

The roll was called with the following result:

For Henry E. Blair,

90

The vote was recorded as follows;

For HENRY E. BLAIR–Messrs. Akers, Anderson, Attkisson, Barbour, Bocock, Brown), Burger, Burnham, John R. Carter, Chase, Coghill, Cox, Crank, Crutchfield, Dance, Davidson, Dickerson, Dickenson, Dyer, Echols, Edmunds, Edwards, Evans, Farr, Fauntleroy, Ficklin, Fowler, Frazier, Fulton, Goode, Gray, Green. Grigsby, Hall, Hamilton, Hanger, Harvie, Healy, Henkel, Henry, Henson, Hiner. Johnson, Johnston, Kyle, Lady, Lee, Lovell, McConnell, McCraw, McDaniel, Moffett. Moorman, Mushbach, Oglesby, Popham, Pulliam, Ragland, Reese, Edmund C. Robinson, J. H. Robinson, Ryland, Sandidge, Shannon, Shelburne, E. H. Smith, J. Howard Smith, Southward, Spessard, Stevens, Sykes, William B. Taliaferro, Warner T. Taliaferro, Williain Taylor, Trout, VanLear, George Walker, Joseph Walker, William M. Walker, Wallace, Walsh, Waring, Watson, Smith J. R. White, Thomas M. White, Wilkinson, Wingfield, and Witten-90.

Mr. OGLESBY nominated John H. Fulton, of Wythe county, for the office of judge of the fifteenth judicial circuit.

Ordered, That Mr. OGLESBY inform the Senate that John H. Fulton is the only person in nomination before the House.

A message was received from the Senate by Mr. SMITH, who informed the House that John H. Fulton was the only person in nomination before the Senate.

The roll was called with the following result:

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For JOHN H. FULTON—Messrs. Akers, Anderson, Barbour, Bocock, Brown, Burger, Burnham, John R. Carter, Chase, Coghill, Crank, Crutchfield, Dance, Davidson, Dickerson, Dickenson, Dyer, Echols, Edmunds, Edwards, Evans, Farr, Fauntleroy, Ficklin, Fowler, Frazier, Fulton, Goode, Graves, Gray, Grigsby, Hall, Hamilton, Hanger, Harvie, Healy, Henkel, Henry, Henson, Hiner, Johnson, Johnston, Kyle, Lady, Lee, Lovell, McConnell, McCraw, McDaniel, Moffett, Moorman, Mushbach, Oglesby, Parrish, Popham, Pulliam, Ragland, Reese, Edmund C. Robinson, J. H. Robinson, Ryland, Sandidge, Shannon, Shelburne, Shriver, E. H. Smith, J. Howard Smith, Southward, Spessard, Stevens, Sykes, William B Taliaferro, Warner T. Taliaferro, Trout, Van Lear, George Walker, Joseph Walker, Wallace, Walsh, Waring, Watson, Smith J. R. White, Thomas M. White, Wilkinson, Wingfield, and Witten-86.

Mr. SHANNON nominated John A. Kelly, of Smyth county, for the office of judge of the sixteenth judicial circuit.

Ordered, That Mr. SHANNON inform the Senate that John A. Kelly is the only person in nomination before the House.

A message was received from the Senate by Mr. WOOD, who informed the House that John A. Kelly is the only person in nomina tion before the Senate.

The roll was called with the following result:

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For JOHN A. KELLY-Messrs. Anderson, Barbour, Bocock, Brown, Burger, Burnham, John R. Carter, Coghill, Cox, Crank, Crutchfield, Dance, Davidson, Dickerson, Dickenson, Dyer, Echols, Edmunds, Edwards, Evans, Farr, Fauntleroy, Ficklin, Fowler, Frazier, Fulton, Goode, Graves, Gray, Grigsby, Hall, Hamilton, Ilanger, Harvie, Healy, Henkel, Henry, Henson, Johnson, Johnston, Kelly, Kyle, Lady, Lee, Lovell, Luck, Mc('onnell, McDaniel, Moffett, Moorman, Mushbach. Oglesby, Parrish, Popham, Pulliam, Ragland, Edmund C. Robinson, J. H. Robinson, Ryland, Sandidge, Shannon, Shelburne, Shriver, E. II. Smith, J. Howard Smith, Southward, Spessard, Stevens, Sykes, William B. Taliaferro, Warner T. Taliaferro, Trout, VanLear, George Walker, Wallace, Walsh, Waring, Watson, Smith J. R. White, Thomas M. White, Wilkinson, Wingfield, and Witten-84.

The SPEAKER appointed Messrs. MUSHBACII, FICKLIN and SANDIDGE a committee on the part of the IIouse to count and report the joint votes.

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

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In the election of judge for the tenth judicial circuit

Whole number of votes cast,
Vecessary to a choice, -
Of which Wm. S. Barton received -
Of which John Critcher received -

189

70 108

31

In the election of judge for the eleventh judicial circuit-

Whole number of votes cast,
Vecessary to a choice,
Of which James Keith received ..

143

72 143

In the election of judge for the twelfth judicial circuit-

135

Whole number of votes cast,
Vecessary to a choice,
Of which Robert II. Turner received

68

135

In the election of judge for the thirteenth judicial circuit

121
61

Whole number of votes cast,
Necessary to a choice,
Of which Wm. McLaughlin received
Of which James B. Dorman received

120

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In the election of judge in the fourteenth judicial circuit

Whole number of votes cast,
Necessary to a choice,
Of which Henry E. Blair received -

113
57

113

In the election of judge for the fifteenth judicial circuit

Whole number of votes cast, - - 110
Necessary to a choice,

56
Of which Joli II. Fulton received

110

In the election of judge of the sixteenth judicial circuit-

Whole number of votes cast,
Necessary to a choice,
Of which John A. Kelly received

110

56 110

William S. Barton, James Keith, Robert H. Turner, Wn. McLaughlin, Henry E. Blair, John II. Fulton and John A. Kelly, having each received a majority of all the votes cast, were declared duly elected judges for the tenth, eleventh, twelfth, thirteenth, fourteenth, fifteenth and sixteenth judicial circuits, respectively, for the term of eight years, commencing on the 1st day of January, 1879.

On motion of Mr. POPHAM the IIouse adjuurned until tomorrow at 12 o'clock M.

FRIDAY, DECEMBER 20, 1878.

Mr. MOFFETT in the chair.
The Journal was read by the clerk.
A communication from the Senate by their clerk, was read as follows:

In Senate, December 19, 1878. The Senate have passed Ilouse bills entitled an act to amend and re-enact section nineteen of an act entitled an act to provide for working the roads in the counties of Shenandoah and Page, approved February 6, 1878, No. 12; and an act to incorporate the Rappahannock Freedman's cemetery company, No. 17.

Senate joint resolution returning thanks to W. W. Corcoran, Esq., of Washington city, for the gift of a valuable painting was, on motion of Mr. Bocock, passed by.

Leave of absence was granted Messrs. Smith of Albemarle two days, DANCE three days, and TALIAFERRO of Gloucester five days from 3d January, 1879, and indefinite leave for Mr. STARKE.

Mr. KYLE presented a bill in relation to county and corporation school funds; which was referred to the committee on schools and colleges, under rule No. 37.

Mr. Lacy moved that the IIouse do now adjourn; which was agreed to.

The SPEAKER declared the House adjourned until Friday, January 3d, 1879.

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