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Ordered, That Mr. EDMONDSON carry the resolution to the enate and request their concurrence.

A message was received from the Senate by Mr. BERRY, who nformed the House that the Senate had agreed to the resolution. A message was received from the Senate by Mr. HURT, who nformed the House that the Senate had agreed to a joint resolution instructing the treasurer of Pittsylvania county not to make sale of delinquent lands, &c., in which they respectfully request the concurrence of the House.

The Senate joint resolution was read twice, and, on motion of Mr. WITHERS, was placed on the calendar.

The following were presented and referred under Rule 37:
To the Committee on Finance:

By Mr. BRUGH: A bill for the relief of I. L. Garland, sheriff of Botetourt county.

By Mr. CADDALL: A bill to allow a pension to Virginia Woods, of Pulaski.

By Mr. IRVINE: A bill to provide for the payment of fees due R. H. Hyers and William F. Rhea for services in the Virginia and Tennessee boundary line suit.

By Mr. BRUGH: A bill for relief from erroneous assessment. To the Committee for Courts of Justice:

By Mr. COOKE: A bill to amend and re-enact section 3570 of the Code, relative to judgments not a lien against purchaser for value without notice unless docketed.

By Mr. WILKINSON: A bill to establish an additional court for the city of Norfolk and to define its jurisdiction.

By Mr. COOKE: A bill requiring the corporation court of the city of Norfolk to hold monthly terms for the trial of all causes and matters cognizable by said court.

The morning hour having expired, the House proceeded to the business on the calendar.

Senate joint resolution instructing the treasurer of Pittsylvania. county not to make sale of delinquent lands, &c., was read a third time and agreed to.

Mr. WITHERS moved to reconsider the vote by which the Senate joint resolution was agreed to; which motion was rejected.

No. 1, House engrossed bill changing the time for commencing the construction of the Washington and Western railroad, was read a third time and passed.

Mr. RYAN moved to reconsider the vote by which the bill was passed; which motion was rejected.

Ordered, That Mr. RYAN carry the bill to the Senate and re

quest their concurrence.

Mr. JONES offered the following concurrent resolution:

Resolved (the Senate concurring), That the general assembly proceed this day at 12:30 P. M. to the election of auditor of public accounts, treasurer, secretary of the Commonwealth, second auditor, superintendent of public instruction, register of the land office, superintendent of the penitentiary, railroad commissioner, and superintendent of public printing; that in the execution of the joint order nominations shall be made for the whole number in the order in which they appear above, and then each house shall be notified of said nominations, then the roll shall be called for the election of one of the officers in the order named, and when the roll shall have been called for the whole number the presiding officer of each house shall appoint a committee of two, which together shall constitute a joint committee to count the joint vote in each case, and report the result to their respective houses.

Which was agreed to.

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

A message was received from the Senate by Mr. HURT, who informed the House that the Senate had agreed to the resolution.

The hour of 12:30 o'clock P. M. having arrived, being the hour fixed for the execution of the joint order, which has for its object the election of certain State officers

Ordered, That Mr. COOKE inform the Senate that the House is ready on its part to proceed to the execution of the joint order.

A message was received from the Senate by Mr. WALTON, who informed the House that the Senate is ready on its part to proceed to the execution of the joint order.

Mr. BENDHEIM nominated Morton Marye, of Alexandria city, for the office of auditor of public accounts.

Mr. EDMONDSON nominated A. W. Harman, Jr., of Rockbridge, for the office of treasurer.

Mr. COOKE nominated Joseph T. Lawless, of Portsmouth, for the office of secretary of the Commonwealth.

Mr. JONES nominated Josiah Ryland, Jr., for the office of

second auditor.

Mr. DIGGS nominated John E. Massey, of Albemarle, for the office of superintendent of public instruction.

Mr. ALLEN nominated I. N. May, of Louisa.

Mr. PRIDDY nominated William R. Gaines, of Charlotte, for the office of register of the land office.

Mr. RYAN nominated B. W. Lynn, of Loudoun, for the office

Junt of the penitentioru

Mr. DoWNING nominated J. C. Hill, of Albemarle, for the office railroad commissioner.

Mr. HARWOOD nominated J. H. O'Bannon, of Henrico, for the fice of superintendent of public printing.

A message was received from the Senate by Mr. WASHINGTON, ho informed the House that the following persons had been ominated in the Senate:

Auditor of public accounts, Morton Marye, of Alexandria city. Treasurer, A. W. Harman, Jr., of Rockbridge.

Secretary of Commonwealth, Joseph T. Lawless, of Portsmouth. Second auditor, Josiah Ryland, Jr., of King and Queen. Superintendent of public instruction, John E. Massey, of Albemarle.

Superintendent of public instruction, I. N. May, of Louisa. Register of land office, Wm. R. Gaines, of Charlotte. Superintendent of penitentiary, B. W. Lynn, of Loudoun. Railroad commissioner, J. C. Hill, of Albemarle.

Superintendent of public printing, J. H. O'Bannon, of Henrico. Ordered, That Mr. HUNTON inform the Senate that no additional names had been added in the House to the list of nominations made by the Senate, except the name of I. N. May for the office of superintendent of public instruction.

The rolls were called with the following results:

For auditor of public accounts

For Morton Marye,

The vote was recorded as follows:

71

For MORTON MARYE-Messrs. Speaker, Anderson, Bendheim, Binford, Brooking. Brugh, Bryant, Buford, Burks, Byrne, Cabell, Caddall, Campbell, Coleman, Cooke, Craft, Crump, Dejarnette, Diggs, Eanes, Edmondson, Fahrney, Gibson, Hall, Harris, Randolph Harrison, Harwood, Hunton, Irvine, Jones, Kellam, Kendrick, Koiner, Lee, Leggett, Logan, Mason, Massie, Matthews, McRae, Moon, Neff, Newberne, Nicol, Patteson, Paxton, Perkins, Petty, Priddy, Richardson, Russell, Ryan, Saunders, Segar, Sheffey, Smith, Speck, Spilman, Stratton, Tabb, Thomas, Knox Thompson, S. A. Thompson, Tomney, Utz, White, Willard, Wilkinson, Wilson, Withers and Withrow-71.

Treasurer

For A. W. Harman, Jr.,

The vote was recorded as follows:

70

For A. W. HARMAN, Jr.-Messrs. Speaker, Anderson, Bendheim, Binford, Blakemore, Boykin, Brooking, Bryant, Buford, Burks, Byrne, Cabell, Campbell, Coleman, Cooke, Craft. Crump, Dejarnette, Diggs, Downing, Edmondson, Fahr

ney, Gibson

72

Perkins, Harwood, Hathaway, Hunton, Jones, Kendrick, Leggett, Logan, Mason, Massie, Matthews, McRae, Moon, Neff, Newberne, Nicol, Patteson, Paxton, Petty, Priddy, Richardson, Russell, Ryan, Sheffey, Smith, Speck, Spilman, Stratton. Stokes, Tabb, Thomas, Knox Thompson, S. A. Thompson, Tomney, Turner, Utz, White, Willard, Wilkinson, Wilson, Withers and Withrow-70.

Secretary of the Commonwealth

For Joseph T. Lawless,

The vote was recorded as follows:

72

For JOSEPH T. LAWLESS-Messrs. Speaker, Anderson, Bendheim, Binford, Blakemore, Boykin, Brooking, Brugh, Bryant, Buford, Byrne, Cabell, Caddall, Campbell, Coleman, Cooke, Craft, Crump. Dejarnette, Diggs, Downing, Eanes, Edmondson, Fahrney, Gibson, Graves, Hall, Harris, Randolph Harrison, Harwood, Hathaway, Hunton, Irvine, Jones, Kellam, Kendrick, Koiner, Lee, Leggett, Logan, Mason, Massie, Matthews, McRae, Moon, Neff, Newberne, Nicol, Patteson, Paxton, Petty, Priddy, Richardson, Russell, Ryan,_Segar, Sheffey, Speck, Spilman, Stratton, Tabb, Thomas, Knox Thompson, S. A. Thompson, Tomney, Utz, White, Willard, Wilkinson, Wilson, Withers and Withrow

72.

Second auditor

For Josiah Ryland, Jr.,

The vote was recorded as follows:

88

For JOSIAH RYLAND, Jr.-Messrs. Speaker, Anderson, Barham, Bendheim, Binford, Blakemore, Bolling, Booker, Boykin, Brooking, Brugh, Bryant, Buford, Burks, Byrne, Cabell, Caddall, Campbell, Clark, Coleman, Cooke, Cox, Craft, Crump, Dejarnette, Diggs, Downing, Eanes, Edmondson, Fahrney, Gibson, Graves, Hall, Harris, Carter H. Harrison, Randolph Harrison, Harwood, Hathaway, Hunton, Irvine, Jones, Kellam, Kendrick, Koiner, Lee, Leggett, Logan, Mason, Massie, Matthews, McRae, Moon, Murrell, Neff, Nelson, Newberne, Nicol, Patteson, Paxton, Perkins, Petty, Pilcher, Pretlow, Priddy, Richardson, Russell, Ryan, Sanders, Saunders, Sayers, Segar, Sheffey, Smith, Speck, Spilman, Stratton, Stokes, Sumpter, Thomas, Knox Thompson, S. A. Thompson, Tomney, Utz, Weaver, Willard, Wilkinson, Wilson, Withers and Withrow-88.

Superintendent of public instruction

For John E. Massey,

For I. N. May,

The votes were recorded as follows:

73
8

For JOHN E. MASSEY-Messrs. Speaker, Anderson, Bendheim, Binford, Blakemore, Booker, Boykin, Brooking, Brugh, Bryant, Buford, Burks, Byrne, Cabell, Caddall, Campbell, Coleman, Cooke, Craft, Crump, Dejarnette, Diggs, Downing, Eanes, Edmondson, Fahrney, Gibson, Graves, Hall, Harris, Randolph Harrison, Harwood, Hathaway, Hunton, Irvine, Jones, Kellam, Kendrick, Lee, Leggett, Logan, Mason, Massie, Matthews, McRae, Moon, Neff, Newberne, Nicol, Patteson, Paxton, Perkins, Petty, Priddy, Richardson, Russell, Segar, Sheffey, Smith, Spilman, Stratton, Tabb, Thomas, Knox Thompson, S. A. Thompson, Willard Wilson. Withers and Withrow-73.

Savers, Slemp,

Register of land office

For William R. Gaines,

The vote was recorded as follows:

65

For WILLIAM R. GAINES-Messrs. Speaker, Anderson, Binford, Blakemore, Boykin, Brugh, Bryant, Burks, Byrne, Cabell, Caddall, Coleman, Cooke, Cox, Crump, Dejarnette, Diggs, Downing, Edmondson, Evans, Fahrney, Gibson, Graves, Hall, Harris, Randolph Harrison, Harwood, Hunton, Irvine, Jones, Kendrick, Lee, Leggett, Logan, Mason, Massie, Matthews, McRae, Moon, Neff, Nicol, Patteson, Perkins, Petty, Priddy, Richardson, Russell, Ryan, Segar, Sheffey, Smith, Speck, Spilman, Tabb, Thomas, Knox Thompson, S. A. Thompson, Tomney, Utz, White, Willard, Wilkinson, Wilson, Withers and Withrow

65.

Superintendent of the penitentiary

For B. W. Lynn,

The vote was recorded as follows:

70

For B. W. LYNN-Messrs. Speaker, Anderson, Bendheim, Binford, Blakemore, Boykin, Brooking, Brugh, Bryant, Buford, Burks, Byrne, Cabell, Caddall, Campbell, Coleman, Cooke, Cox, Craft, Crump, Dejarnette, Diggs, Downing, Edmondson, Fahrney, Gibson, Graves, Harwood, Hathaway, Hunton, Irvine, Jones, Kendrick, Koiner, Lee, Leggett, Logan, Mason, Massie, Matthews, McRae, Moon, Neff, Nelson, Nicol, Patteson, Perkins, Petty, Priddy, Richardson, Russell, Ryan, Segar, Sheffey, Smith, Speck, Spilman, Stratton, Tabb, Thomas, Knox Thompson, S. A. Thompson, Tomney, Utz, White, Willard, Wilkinson, Wilson, Withers and Withrow-70.

Railroad commissioner

For J. C. Hill,

The vote was recorded as follows:

70

For J. C. HILL-Messrs. Speaker, Anderson, Bendheim, Binford, Blakemore, Boykin, Brooking, Brugh, Bryant, Burks, Byrne, Cabell, Caddall, Campbell, Coleman, Cooke, Cox, Craft, Crump, Dejarnette, Diggs, Downing, Eanes, Edmondson, Fahrney, Gibson, Graves, Randolph Harrison, Harwood, Hathaway, Hunton, Irvine, Jones, Kendrick, Lee, Leggett, Logan, Mason, Massie, Matthews, McRae, Moon, Murrell, Neff, Newberne, Nicol, Patteson, Paxton, Perkins, Petty, Priddy, Richardson, Russell, Ryan, Segar, Sheffey, Smith, Speck, Spilman, Stratton, Thomas, S. A. Thompson, Tomney, Utz, White, Willard, Wilkinson, Wilson, Withers and Withrow-70.

Superintendent of public printing

For J. H. O'Bannon,

The vote was recorded as follows:

67

For J. H. O'BANNON-Messrs. Speaker, Anderson, Bendheim, Binford, Blake

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