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North Carolina, -- Hon. William A. Graham was elected on Monday United States Senator, for the long term, from North Carolina. Mr. Graham was in the Confederate Senate, and has not been pardoned. John Poole, of Bertie county, a Union man, was on Tuesday elected United States Senator for the short term. North Carolina, -- Hon. William A. Graham was elected on Monday United States Senator, for the long term, from North Carolina. Mr. Graham was in the Confederate Senate, and has not been pardoned. John Poole, of Bertie county, a Union man, was on Tuesday elected United States Senator for the short term.
s and administer its laws, we have entire confidence; therefore be it. Resolved by the General Assembly of Virginia. That His Excellency Andrew Johnson, President of the United States, be earnestly and respectfully requested to grant to Mr. Hunter and Mr. Montague a full and free pardon, restoring them, to all the rights and privileges of citizens of the United States; and that His Excellency Governor Peirpoint communicate these proceedings to the President of the United States. Mr. Graham, of Rockbridge, moved to insert the names of Messrs. Smith and Letcher. After discussion the following amendment was offered by Mr. Gibboney, of Wythe, and agreed to; and, as amended, the joint resolution was passed: Strike out all in the preamble having reference to Messrs. Hunter and Montague, and all after "resolved," and insert, "That the President be earnestly requested to grant a general pardon to all citizens of Virginia requiring Executive clemency under existing laws of