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orfolk, was chosen Speaker pro tempore. Shelton C. Davis, for many years Clerk of the Senate, was again elected unanimously to that position upon his nomination by Mr. Gilmer, of this city. Wm. Wirt Harrison, of this city, was elected Sergeant-at-Arms over several competitors, including Messrs. Alexander Thompson and J. A. Jordan, who formerly held the office. Mr. August Rosen, of this city, was elected Doorkeeper. Mr. James E. Goode was elected Public Printer over Mr. J. W. Lewellen. [Mr. Goode has been printer to the Senate since the death of the late John Warrock until the last session.] After interchanging with the House messages of readiness to proceed to business and informing the Governor of the organization of the Assembly, the annual message of the Executive was received by the Secretary of the Commonwealth, and, being read, was ordered to be printed. On motion of Mr. Coleman, of Louisa, a resolution was adopted inquiring into the expediency of